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  • Michelle and Barack: The Tax Returns [Faux Tearjerker Alert]

    03/26/2008 7:23:42 AM PDT · by freespirited · 19 replies · 1,135+ views
    NRO ^ | 3/25/08 | Byron York
    A lot of emailers have been taking a look at the Obamas' tax returns from 2000 to 2006, just released by the campaign. Several are pointing out the couple's charitable contributions prior to Barack Obama's big book-related payday — in 2002, the Obamas contributed $1,050 from an adjusted gross income of $259,394, and in 2001 they gave $1,470 from an adjusted gross income of $272,759. They contributed far more in Obama's big earning year, 2005, when they gave $77,315 on an adjusted gross income of $1,655,106. Something else that strikes me about the returns is their relation to Michelle Obama's...
  • “Do not post to me”

    08/28/2007 5:47:37 PM PDT · by Admin Moderator · 3,059 replies · 26,248+ views
    Free Republic ^ | 8/28/07 | Admin Moderator
    We've received many requests from freepers requesting that other freepers not post to them. There are several problems with this. 1. It's impossible for us to enforce.2. We don't have the time to enforce these requests.3. We don't have the software to keep track of these requests.4. Thick skin helps.5. Ignore the poster, if you don't reply, they won't reply. Free Republic does not need a bozo filter, bozo filters are for wimps. Final note: Trolls, troublemakers, disruptors, forum pests, malcontents, RINOs, liberals, stalkers, et al, would continue posting to (harassing) someone after being asked to stop. Conservative FReepers would...
  • Bush's victory in the US presidential election challenged-- UK Guardian (Left 'mob' stirs the pot)

    11/30/2004 8:24:45 PM PST · by dascallie · 25 replies · 1,547+ views
    Julian Borger in Washington Wednesday December 1, 2004 The Guardian George Bush's victory in the US presidential election will be challenged in Ohio's supreme court today, when a group of Democratic voters will allege widespread fraud. snip However, Cliff Arnebeck, a lawyer representing a group of voters challenging the Ohio result, claimed new analysis of various anomalies suggested it was rigged. "We'll be calling for a reversal of the result based on evidence developed in the course of litigation," Mr Arnebeck told The Guardian yesterday. "Exit polling and substantial irregularities excluded votes that should have been counted. There is evidence...
  • Welcome Thread For Whyareyoudumbandhateful

    01/02/2004 7:48:25 PM PST · by Lead Moderator · 908 replies · 16,410+ views
    I wanted to invite everyone to greet our newest signup, whyareyoudumbandhateful. Do you think his or her first post will be to make a donation on the Freepathon thread?
  • ZOT! Aliens

    06/03/2003 11:28:50 AM PDT · by wrong whey · 90 replies · 566+ views
    Shirlene Gish
    Through the federal government, President Bush has been able to declare WAR in a "foreign" country. Unlike Viet Nam, Bush jump started the war with Iraq. With all of this diversion going on, WHY doesn't the media report on the real truth? That being that the de facto unlawful government state of Hawaii isn't a "STATE" at all and never has been. The fraud, lie and coverup has been all along that Hawaii has been militarily occupied for the past 110 years. There lives today 274 men/women that are of the true nationality of being Hawaiian. They never signed the...
  • GOP doesn't extend compassion to poor

    05/25/2003 11:03:46 PM PDT · by Monitor · 14 replies · 65+ views
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ^ | May 24, 2003 | Eugene Kane
    At least they waited until after Mother's Day. It seems state Republicans don't appreciate the essential bonding necessary between a new mother and infant child. Even though these are the same folks who make a lot of noise about "family values." So last week, the Republicans in Madison who control the Joint Finance Committee defeated a plan to let W-2 mothers of newborn children stay at home an extra three months before returning to the work force. Anyone remember when "compassionate conservatism" was supposedly the hallmark of a new and improved GOP? Gov. Jim Doyle's plan to let W-2 moms...