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  • Dear JR and FreeRepublic: I haven't been laid by anyone but my hairy cellmate in years so I got zot

    01/31/2012 7:28:52 PM PST · by srm913 · 176 replies · 2+ views
    <p>Thank you, FR, for the truly marvelous entertainment (as I haven't been laid in so long I get no other entertainment other than watching people on here like a perv stalker) . While lurking tonight (the internet version of peeping in your windows) for the first time in ages, the amount of schadenfreude I'm experiencing is bordering on orgasmic (which is the closest I've gotten to the real thing in years).</p>
  • For Gingrich, Amnesty No Impediment to Nomination

    01/27/2012 5:26:34 PM PST · by rmlew · 63 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | 1/27/2012 | Linda Chavez
    One thing was missed in Newt Gingrich's victory in the South Carolina primary: Conservatives embraced a pro-amnesty candidate without batting an eyelash. This should come as a wake-up call to those who've been pushing a hard-line anti-illegal immigrant position in the Republican Party. Granted, Gingrich didn't spend a lot of time discussing his position, which favors amnesty for those illegal immigrants who have been here for a long time, have deep family and community ties, and have paid taxes and avoided breaking other laws. But that's the point. He didn't have to spend a lot of time defending his position...
  • VANITY: There is no alternative [but ZOT] to the Fannie/Freddie model. And politicians know it but w

    12/14/2011 2:22:08 PM PST · by JNRoberts · 78 replies
    JNRoberts | 12/14/2011 | JNRoberts
    The Fannie model worked for over 50 years. And the Freddie Model worked for decades.
  • Latino Rights Activists Seek to Sabotage GOP Primary

    10/26/2011 9:00:23 PM PDT · by CharlesWayneCT · 127 replies
    AM 740 KTRH ^ | 10/17/2011 | JOE GOMEZ
    Because Governor Rick Perry has backed some especially harsh anti-illegal immigrant legislation (like a bill that would outlaw sanctuary cities) Latino rights activists want Hispanics to switch over to the republican party and vote Perry out of the G.O.P race for the presidential nomination during the upcoming primary season. ... "I think to a lot of Democrats what Governor Perry represents is something that they detest"
  • The Quayled Lady: Why You Should Forget Sarah Palin

    01/17/2010 4:47:36 PM PST · by St. Louis Conservative · 248 replies · 5,222+ views
    American Thinker ^ | January 17, 2010 | Selwyn Duke
    Really, there's precious little fairness in the world. People tend to be slaves to emotion, and prejudices often reign supreme, even (in fact, especially) in those who rail against prejudice. This is why we'll see millions of Americans reflexively dismiss a politician simply because of the letter following his name. It is why people will often oppose a position they would otherwise support simply because it's being advocated by someone they dislike. Ah, that troublesome human nature. This brings us to Sarah Palin, the Wasilla woman often billed as the best hope of the GOP. She certainly isn't one of...
  • Question for Palinistas. What will you say when...

    01/08/2010 2:07:44 PM PST · by Bob J · 585 replies · 16,218+ views
    vanity | 1-8-10 | Bob J
    ...Palin endorses John McCain? Top ten... 1) She's just "playing the game". Standing on principle and voting the RINO's out is fine as long as it doesn't interfere with Sarah becoming prez. 2) If Sarah says supporting RINO's is okay, that's good enough for me. The Messiah is infallible and what do I know?. 3) She's not being inconsistent, she's making a tactical retreat, but hey that's politics. 4) A smart move by the smartest woman in the world. 5) She didn't want to but the dims threatened to file an ethics complaint if she didn't. 6) She's not quiting,...
  • The Palin Wonder – by Jamie Glazov

    12/17/2009 9:30:38 PM PST · by GonzoII · 33 replies · 1,998+ views
    frontpagemag.com ^ | Dec 18th, 2009 | Jamie Glazov
    Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Victor Davis Hanson, a classicist and historian at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. FP: Victor Hanson, welcome to Frontpage Interview. Hanson: Glad to be here again. FP: Sarah Palin is, clearly, carving out a national presence right now. It’s not just the appeal of her book, but also her outspokenness on the Copenhagen conference and other issues. What do you think she might be up to? And what is she tapping into? What are her possibilities? Hanson: I think she taps into a current of populist unhappiness in the country with Washington insiders, Big Money, and...
  • Is Romney a Big Loser in Senate Compromise?

    12/15/2009 9:47:07 AM PST · by rabscuttle385 · 42 replies · 1,725+ views
    American Spectator ^ | 2009-12-15 | Philip Klein
    (snip) On Twitter, Politico's Ben Smith asks, "At this point, how is current proposal substantially different from Romneycare?" The answer is, it ain't. (snip) So now, if Obamacare passes, Romney will be left telling angry primary voters that the only real difference between the two plans is that he implemented his policies at the state level, while Obama did it through the federal government. Sure, it's clearly worse if the federal government is implementing bad policies, but it's hard to see how such an argument would pass muster with anybody but those who are already ardent Romney supporters. It's sort...
  • Romney lays out plan to fix economy

    12/03/2009 11:51:41 AM PST · by yongin · 94 replies · 1,991+ views
    CNN ^ | Dec 3, 2009 | CNN
    Mitt Romney says that like other presidents, Barack Obama inherited a recession. But the former Massachusetts governor feels unlike his predecessors, Obama has made the recession he inherited worse, not better. In an op-ed in Wednesday's USA Today, Romney says what he calls the president's inability to "stem" the rise in unemployment should not be a surpise. "With no experience whatsoever in the world of employment and business formation, he had no compass to guide his path. Instead, he turned over much of his economic recovery agenda to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, themselves nearly...
  • Sarah Palin did the right thing for her country by quitting

    12/02/2009 10:16:23 PM PST · by militanttoby · 68 replies · 1,859+ views
    Tha Alaska Standard ^ | 01 December 2009 | Dan Fagan
    A reasonable argument can be made that Sarah Palin did the right thing when she quit after two and a half years into her first term as Alaska governor. Yes she let many down when she asked us for her vote and then quit after a couple of years on the job. And yes some would argue the only reason she quit was for more money and fame. But regardless of her motives, her quitting could end up saving the country. Even Palin critics would have to admit she is a mighty force on the political scene. Whether it’s firing...
  • Palin: Couric was "Badgering" and Biased

    11/12/2009 3:21:41 PM PST · by nomoremods · 152 replies · 5,507+ views
    CBS News ^ | 11-12-09 | AP
    The rumors are true, according to Sarah Palin: The McCain-Palin campaign was not a happy family. And she says that most of her legal bills were generated defending what she called frivolous ethics complaints, but she reveals that about $500,000 was a bill she received to pay for the McCain campaign vetting her for the VP nod. She said when she asked the McCain campaign if it would help her financially, she was told McCain's camp would have paid all the bills if he'd won; since he lost, the vetting legal bills were her responsibility.
  • Knock It Off, Free Republic!

    12/02/2009 9:21:09 AM PST · by pissant · 533 replies · 10,654+ views
    XenoHistoran ^ | 12/1/09 | XenoHistorian
    I have been a minor participant at Free Republic, the Internet’s leading conservative forum, since September 2004. An online friend referred me to a discussion where members of Free Republic were talking about the 1952 and 1956 presidential elections, and using my maps from this page to make a point. I had to join FR to introduce myself to that group, and thank them for visiting. Because that was right after the “Rathergate” scandal, I thus became one of the “Pajamahadeen” that had just brought down the Sauronic eye of CBS. Being a “Freeper” has been an interesting and fun...
  • My response to the RINO Blogger telling FR to Knock Off the RINO Bashing and to all RINO Pushers

    12/02/2009 11:15:56 AM PST · by Jim Robinson · 357 replies · 9,492+ views
    Dec 2, 2009 | Jim Robinson
    RomneyCare is big government forcing its will on a formerly free people. It's anti-American, anti-free-markets, anti-Liberty and unconstitutional. Listen to the Reagan tape. RomneyCare is the socialism he's talking about. RomneyCare = ObamaCare. No difference. Government is not the solution, it IS the problem!! Free Republic will not support gun grabbing, abortion pushing, gay rights pushing, big government socialist RINOS!! In fact we will actively campaign AGAINST them!! Free Republic is a pro-Life & Liberty small government conservative site for pro-Life & Liberty small government conservatives!! Take a freaking hike if you don't like it. RINOS be damned!! Hope this...
  • Sarah Palin is Mitt Romney's Useful Idiot [BARF]

    11/30/2009 7:16:17 PM PST · by delacoert · 62 replies · 1,481+ views
    SPECTATOR.co.uk ^ | 17th November 2009 | Alex Massie
    The glib answer to this is to suggest that she'd do the party a great service by not running at all. Yesterday I wrote that she's a "wrecker not a uniter" and that she could hijack the primary season to disastrous effect. That's clearly one possibility. But there are others, including some which might actually help the GOP and not merely by demonstrating the limits of Palinism and, consequently, lancing that particular boil. Though I think he under-estimates Palin's fund-raising potential, Daniel Larison runs through some of the [reasons?] that make it most unlikely that Palin can actually win the...
  • Some see Palin's online effort lacking

    11/28/2009 2:03:32 PM PST · by Al B. · 65 replies · 2,159+ views
    theHill.com ^ | Nov. 28, 2009 | Jordan Fabian
    Though former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is known as one of the country’s biggest political celebrities – online as well as off of it -- several GOP new-media strategists believe she has significant room for improvement when it comes to her web presence. [...] "She is a political celebrity,” said Florida-based Republican new-media consultant Jordan Raynor. "She has built a significant new media space in the last year.” But Raynor, who claimed to be an “agnostic” regarding Palin, said that she has struggled to make a mark on web platforms other than Facebook. "What I don't like about as far...
  • Building a Better GOP - The World Around Us

    11/16/2009 8:10:14 PM PST · by goplifer1 · 7 replies · 485+ views
    It's time for Republicans to put the ghosts of communism behind us and confront the challenges we face today.
  • Young, attractive Republicans may yet save the planet

    09/15/2009 11:33:19 PM PDT · by Schnucki · 8 replies · 1,328+ views
    Telegraph Blogs (U.K.) ^ | September 15, 2009 | Stephanie Gutmann
    Well, at least someone has found some good news in these nerve-wracking days of watching President Obama walk us ever closer to an economic precipice. In a very funny piece at the American Spectator online, Ben Stein rapturously thanks the president for “reviving a party, the GOP, that many had left for dead.” How has he done it? By naming “men to office so wildly irresponsible, so extreme in their positions, so vulgar in their means of expression, that they have made the Republican Party regain its of gleam of gentility and good graces. I am not talking only about...
  • Palin shows what happens to party highjacked by zealots (Anti-Christian PDS Screed)

    07/19/2009 12:55:12 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 37 replies · 1,403+ views
    The Schenectady Daily Gazette ^ | July 12, 2009 | Dan DiNicola
    Who knows how the Sarah Palin story will play out? It seems as if every political pundit in America has a take on PalinÂ’s resignation as AlaskaÂ’s governor. They can be mean-spirited (SheÂ’s hiding a scandal!), or cynical (Since she can rake in $60 grand and up for a simple speaking engagement, sheÂ’s taking the money and running like hell.) Some wonder whether this is her way of tuning up for a presidential run in 2012, or is the resignation a case of a hometown girl unable to stand the heat in her kitchen? We will get more information, but...
  • Palin Is Wrong On Cap And Trade (Palin Watch ALERT)

    07/16/2009 1:41:23 PM PDT · by steve-b · 54 replies · 1,411+ views
    Alaska Dispatch ^ | 7/15/09 | Lee Goodman
    Wow. In the editorial page of The Washington Post, our soon-to-be ex-governor just delivered a howler of a jeremiad: If President Obama's cap and trade proposal for carbon emissions becomes law, America will crumble. Gov. Sarah Palin rolled out every device in the ultra-right arsenal of unsubstantiated declarations and sloppy logic. She shamelessly knits hysterical patriotism to a new energy-based species of Manifest Destiny. (We are ripe for economic growth and energy independence if we responsibly tap the resources that God created right underfoot on American soil). She touts the promise of the natural gas pipeline, conveniently leaving out the...
  • Which Groups of People Have Been ZOTTED from Free Republic

    07/12/2009 10:06:15 AM PDT · by Repub_licans2010 · 317 replies · 7,376+ views
    I've been hearing that some groups of people are not welcome at Free Republic anymore, but I didn't believe what I was hearing because that seems like the complete opposite of "Free". I've heard that supporters of Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Ron Paul, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, and more are no longer welcome to post at this site. This site is about uniting people together against the liberal onslaught that is ruining our country and we could use all the help we can get right? Please correct me so I can correct others who have told me that this is...
  • Women Should Not Hold Elective Office (“My old lady cut me off!!” ZOT)

    07/10/2009 11:06:34 AM PDT · by MetsJetsandNets · 177 replies · 4,478+ views
    July 10, 2009 | MetsJetsandNets
    Women should not hold elective office or be in positions of authority over men. A woman's role is to serve her husband, raise children and provide a good household for her family. As we recite in our wedding vows, women are to obey men, not try and govern them. True conservatives should not vote for a women for any office, be it a local, state or national position. It is sad that so many people are willing to have a woman as president. It would be a signal to the world that the U.S. is emasculated, and has relinquished its...
  • Gold Rush In Alaska

    07/08/2009 4:56:14 AM PDT · by steve-b · 66 replies · 2,182+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 7/8/09 | Kathleen Parker
    When you're up to your waders in barracuda, blame the media. And quit your job. And say you did it for the people. And hire an agent. And try to keep a straight face. On your way to the bank. Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public, H.L. Mencken once said. Terribly elitist fellow, that Mencken. If only he were alive to witness the phenomenon of Sarah Palin, whose biography validates every cynical thought that ever found expression in his prolific prose..... Meanwhile, getting real, can we stop pretending that Palin is interested in anything other...
  • Hutchinson Committee Smears Palin

    03/28/2009 9:22:44 PM PDT · by rhinohunter · 207 replies · 3,923+ views
    KBH Gubernatorial Exploratory Committee posts Texarkana Gazette Editorial smearing Sarah Palin, and by association, Gov. Perry. ...If Perry relies too heavily on Palin, he may find himself with a lot of time to watch Russians from her front porch come January 2011.
  • Michael Steele Should Not Have Apologized [Don't Worry, the mods won't - ZOT!]

    03/28/2009 7:18:23 PM PDT · by Crimson Politics · 152 replies · 2,864+ views
    Crimson Politics ^ | 3/28/09 | Brian Kane
    Early this month, Michael Steele said that Rush Limbaugh was "an entertainer" and that his comments were usually "incendiary" and "ugly" on the Hughley Show. As a Republican politician is expected to, he must convince people and compromise on ideas when necessary. Michael Steele was right to emphasize that he is the Republican Party leader not Rush Limbaugh. Later however, he apologized to Rush Limbaugh about those comments, confirming Hughley's fear that Rush Limbaugh was the "De facto leader" of the Republicans. I don't believe that Steele should have apologized, Rush is not the leader of this party, he's just...
  • Fred Thompson and Path to Citizenship... A Matter of Curiosity.

    12/30/2007 7:53:49 PM PST · by thelastinkling · 99 replies · 420+ views
    SK Johnson
    As many of you know, I am not a Fred supporter... but I have a question for those who are. This is not meant to start an argument, but merely is a point of curiosity. What do you make of this quote from Fred around a year ago? "I think you have to realize that you're either going to drive 12 million people underground permanently, which is not a good solution, you're going to get them all together and get them out of the country, which is not going to happen. Or you're going to have to, in some way...