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  • Morford: Hello, God? It's Me, Dubya Lord? Bush here. I'm confused.

    07/14/2004 7:32:17 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 73 replies · 2,021+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, July 14, 2004 | Mark Morford
    Are you there, God? It's me, George W. Come in, Almighty. Do you read me? It's about 8:00 pm and it's just after my last bubble bath of the day and here I am again, kneeling here in the Oval Office all by myself in my most favoritest PJs, the funny ones with the little M-1 tanks and baseball players all over them. I gots some problems, Lord. Look, I've done everything you asked. I've been good. Haven't I? I take the message to the people, don't I? I spout that evangelical born-again crap in pisswater Podunk conservative churches across...
  • Bush lied claims

    06/28/2004 2:12:53 PM PDT · by GLH3IL · 22 replies · 210+ views
    The Great Hall Forum ^ | 06/28/2004 | Patrick Martin
    Subject: Bush lies part 1 (245865) Author: NOYFB (2028685) Date & Time: 2004-06-28 14:48:20-04 Lie No. 1: “My fellow citizens, events in Iraq have now reached the final days of decision.” The decision for war with Iraq was made long ago, the intervening time having been spent in an attempt to create the political climate in which US troops could be deployed for an attack. According to press reports, most recently March 16 in the Baltimore Sun, at one of the first National Security Council meetings of his presidency, months before the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and...

    05/08/2004 3:05:51 PM PDT · by WWW.ACITYOFCHARACTER.COM · 33 replies · 261+ views
    Government abuse on the Home front... On tape! Hear it for yourself (Originally sent as an email to the country: Monday, September 01, 2003 8:28 PM) Hi, How would you react if a government official called you at work, from your basement, and no one let him in? How would you react if they calmly told you that if you wanted to be there you better "drop what you are doing and get over here?" When you complained at the next city commission meeting, they couldn't even seem to understand what you were upset about, wouldn't you think you were...
  • what questions should have been asked about sept 11 (do u smell ozone? hear meow?)

    04/18/2004 6:12:23 AM PDT · by unproveable · 104 replies · 488+ views
    what happened to the black box which was said to have been found from the airoplane, what was said on it. And the fbi said they found a passport of the terroist who flew the plane in the rubble, how is this possible the passprt would have been burnt if in fact it was placed there by someone. And what aboutall the telephone calls made by the people on board the planes, we should have atleast some information about what was said on the conversations. Why hasnt bin laden been caught, its been 3 years and not caught, it was...
  • Morford: How To Gag On 'The Passion' (Gibson's brutal snuff film makes a mockery of true belief)

    04/16/2004 1:53:19 PM PDT · by presidio9 · 134 replies · 622+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Friday, April 16, 2004 | Mark Morford (they finally found the other gerbil)
    Perhaps you, like so many across the planet, are more than a bit baffled by the runaway success of "The Passion of the Christ." Perhaps you, furthermore, are more than slightly disturbed that millions have flocked to this bizarre ultraviolent blood-drenched revisionist flick and that so many actually believe its story to be absolutely true, and that it just surpassed "The Return of the King" in total box office and is the No. 8 most successful film of all time and it was No. 1 again across BushCo's flyover states during Easter weekend and has sold 650,000 books and 125,000...
  • from the annals of freerepublic history

    03/29/2004 1:22:56 PM PST · by SufferinSuccotash · 34 replies · 465+ views
    check it out:
  • Goodbye you cheerleading losers

    03/21/2004 11:52:41 AM PST · by Beck_isright · 625 replies · 768+ views
    Self ^ | 03.21.04 | Self
    A few days ago, the esteeemed host and founder of this foremerly great website invited me to do the following: "654. To: JohnGaltfla (#367) Oh, it's much better to go out in a blaze of glory. Martyrdom, 72 virgins, plaque on the "Great Ones" wall of fame and all that rot. jimrobfr posted on 2004-03-19 03:29:45 ET" Obviously, he was concerned that some of his better non-bot posters had abandoned FR for greener fields where our financial and intellectual contributions would be appreciated. It was amusing to watch former FReepers belittle, banter and blast JimRob in various forms. I was...
  • ZOT!!! A beginning of an end to this troll?

    02/19/2004 12:02:46 PM PST · by bushlandslide · 89 replies · 563+ views
    Kerry, Edwards Both Lead Bush, Poll Shows 48 minutes ago WASHINGTON - Both John Kerry (news - web sites) and John Edwards (news - web sites) are ahead of President Bush (news - web sites) by double digits when matched against him in hypothetical elections, says a poll released Wednesday. Kerry, the Democratic front-runner and a Massachusetts senator, leads Bush by 55 percent to 43 percent among likely voters, according to the CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll. Edwards, the North Carolina senator who is challenging Kerry, leads Bush by 54 percent to 44 percent. Bush has been defending himself on his National...
  • Morford: Romeo And Romeo In Hell (why you never, ever want to live in Kansas)

    02/11/2004 2:14:40 PM PST · by presidio9 · 121 replies · 397+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, February 11, 2004 | Mark Morford; rapidly closing in on 42-year life-expectancy
    <p>Kneel down. Put your hands together. Offer thanks right this very moment to whatever deity you desire that that you are not 18 years old and gay and living in the state of Kansas right now.</p> <p>This gratitude, it is a given. This is so much of a given you might not even need to hear why. You just say to yourself, oh my freaking God, I can only imagine.</p>
  • Four Reasons We Should Abolish the Military

    02/10/2004 12:55:47 PM PST · by dixiepatriot · 110 replies · 461+ views ^ | February 10, 2004 | Brad Edmonds
    Four Reasons We Should Abolish the Military by Brad Edmonds To address the common claim by neoconservatives that we owe our freedom to the men and women of the US military, I've written recently that we don't owe the military anything of the sort. While many soldiers, airmen, etc. died in combat believing they were defending our freedom, they were misguided in this belief. The "for our freedom" claim is false because our freedoms were won by the founders and written into law by them, hence a military created afterward could have had nothing to do with that; the freedoms...
  • Same troll. Zot: What will be the top headlines on January 1, 2005?

    01/01/2004 4:10:58 PM PST · by help me help me · 121 replies · 377+ views
    My personal choices: "Rush Limbaugh Raped in Prison" "George Bush Despondent After Howard Dean Landslide" "America Gleeful About a New Democratic Congress"
  • ZOT: The Return of the King. Not the Lord Of The Rings kind.

    12/29/2003 7:14:01 PM PST · by Fat Kid NW · 219 replies · 1,074+ views
    Overlord Digest ^ | Sven Kittensen
    <p>Okay, so I thought that I could at least have civil debate with INTELLIGENT conservatives, but after posting under a different name, not only were the responses the equivellant of "UH-UH," but I was denied my rights as a citizen of this great country. It appears to me that Free Republic is not interested in FREE SPEECH! I do love the U.S., I just disagree with the jingoism that followed 9/11. I disagree with our leaders purposfully lying to their citizens in order to go to war. I disagree with going to war against the express directions of the UN which was made to council the nations on these issues. I disagree with the nation's presidency being stolen from the rightful owner, the man who truly won the election. I disagree with that stolen presidency being handed to a C average student who has a criminal record and went AWOL when he was supposed to be serving in the military. I disagree with corporations running the government in the new era of pay to play politics. I disagree with the same corporations that run the country, run the news media. I disagree with conservatives instead of listening to what a liberal has to say, they resort to attacking them with (sometimes) drastic immaturity. I disagree with using religion to get votes. I disagree with religion. I disagree with history being written by the victors. I disagree with with the USA PATRIOT Act not only because anyone can be detained for any reason for any amount of time without a trial with a jury of twelve peers. I disagree with the fact it is called the "Patriot Act" and yet there is nothing patriotic about it. I DO agree with the quote "If you are willing to sacrifice freedom for for security, you deserve neither." I disagree with the civilians in this country not standing up and calling for an impeachment for a president that has done far worse than getting a blow job in the oval office. He has LIED, CHEATED, AND MURDERED. I disagree with everyone being angry at Bill Clinton for smoking marijuana but no one criticizes George W. Bush for DRUNK DRIVING and COCAINE use. I disagree with George W. Bush saying in a nationally televised broadcast, "If you aren't with us, you're with the terrorists." This hurt the feelings of about 60% of New York citizens because they not only lost friends and family in the World Trade Center on 9/11, but they also opposed going to war with Iraq. You can imagine the deranged ultimatum this put on those poor Ameericans who had to choose between those who killed their friends and family and the their better judgment to wait for a UN resolution. I disagree with a $350 billion tax that goes directly to the 1% minority of the wealthy. I disagree with the "No Child Left Behind" policy. Standardized tests don't teach children anything but how to memorize test questions. As a teacher, I can only describe it as leaving every child behind. I disagree with arch conservatives on this website saying that I have AIDS because I am liberal and am into homosexual activites. To clear up your mislead statements of slander. I am heterosexual, I do not have AIDS. I have two healthy children that are beautiful and will be entering school in a year. I love my wife and my country. I don't agree with you...but that doesn't mean I hate you or your thoughts. I encourage them. But please stop reacting to someone that you disagree with in an angry passion of blind ignorance. It doesn't solve anything.</p>
  • ZOT!!! Low IQs found in trolls.

    12/30/2003 7:28:49 AM PST · by nolongerforsale · 164 replies · 479+ views
    Many books and articles have been written by psychologists estimating the IQs of people like Isaac Newton and Louis XIV. These estimates may not be very exact, but a surprising amount can be learned by studying the biography of a person and noting their intellectual development. Isaac Newton, Leibnitz, and Goethe have all been estimated to have had very high IQs, ranging from 160 to 200. Napoleon and Hitler have been estimated around 130-140. King Frederick the Great and Czar Peter the Great around 150. The kings of Europe as a group would be one of the most intelligent groups...
  • Holiday Fare - Laura's Smoked Troll. ZOT!

    12/04/2003 5:22:17 AM PST · by sleigh bells jingling · 12 replies · 208+ views
  • Daily ZOT: Oh, that 7.2? Here's what to do

    11/07/2003 11:48:35 AM PST · by Lincoln Logs · 57 replies · 314+ views
    Star-Telegram ^ | Matt Miller
    Democrats are in a tizzy over news that the economy grew 7.2 percent in the last quarter, the fastest such growth since 1984. "Oh, no!" was their secret, instant cry. "Does this mean we can't blast Bush on the economy anymore? And if so, what does that do to our 2004 prospects?" Let's stipulate right here that Republicans remain the market leaders when it comes to praying for bad news that is good news for them politically. (If I didn't say this, right-wing talk show hosts would seize on this column as proof that this liberal is revealing his party's...
  • Morford: The Great Cosmic Booty Call: It's a rare and delicious Harmonic Concordance

    11/07/2003 10:21:20 AM PST · by MikalM · 39 replies · 349+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 11/7/03 | Mark Morford
    <p>Of course it's all just glittery New Age froufrou moonbeam crapola that don't mean nuthin'. Sure it is.</p> <p>Of course it's all just easily dismissible astrological hooey, just another big everyday lunar eclipse that just so happens to coincide with an incredibly rare and unusual and truly beautiful planetary configuration that, if you believe the signs, heralds a potentially enormous and profound spiritual awakening for humans (that's you) not seen since 1987's famous Harmonic Convergence, and not really even then.</p>