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  • Fox News proclaims Obama 'a citizen, period'

    04/26/2011 5:51:19 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 157 replies
    WND ^ | April 26, 2011 | Joe Kovacs
    As controversy continues to heat up over whether Barack Obama is a "natural born citizen" and thus constitutionally eligible to be president, Fox News has declared that Obama is "a citizen of the United States." The proclamation came yesterday by Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, who said: "He has produced a birth certificate. It shows his mother gave birth to him in Hawaii. It is stamped and sealed by the state of Hawaii. It is confirmed and Fox News can confirm the president of the United States is a citizen of the United States. Period." Smith never mentioned that typical...
  • Blog Police Creeps Are George Soros Plants

    11/19/2010 9:54:46 AM PST · by Mobile Vulgus · 688 replies
    Vanity | 11/19/10 | Warner Todd Huston
    Blog Police Creeps Are George Soros Plants For at least a month now a crew of three or four screen names here on Free Republic have been used to spam post after post all across the board. They have decided that they are Free Republic's police, they think they speak for the whole board, and have been attempting to drive people off this site. But are they real FReepers? Or are they something else? It is pretty clear that they are being paid to do this by a George Soros-styled, left wing organization to spam FR, attack posters, and attempt...
  • If only Huckabee had half the class of Romney.

    02/14/2008 10:44:26 AM PST · by MoonMullins · 119 replies · 212+ views
    No fan of McCain here ... but Huckabee is a loser.
  • Romney out. Congratulations Freepers on ensuring there was no conservative in the race. (Vanity)

    02/07/2008 9:51:12 AM PST · by mbraynard · 639 replies · 752+ views
    You rallied behind someone who never had their heart in the race and was never a leader in their life (Thompson) or never had a chance in hell (Hunter). What is needed more than anything to win the WH is a drive to do the spade work necessary to get there. So by denying Romney victory in IA and NH and SC, and splitting the field, you now have probably the worst enemy of all - someone the Wonderful Mr. Jim Robinson never saw fit to put a 'truth file' on. So, nice work.
  • Stealing Delegates, Stealing Nominations

    02/06/2008 7:50:37 AM PST · by Congressman Billybob · 137 replies · 161+ views
    Special to FreeRepublic ^ | 8 February 2008 | John Armor (Congressman Billybob)
    The first state results to be reported on Super Tuesday came from the Republican Caucus in West Virginia. The result was that Mike Huckabee got all the delegates from that state to the Republican Convention. What makes the story really interesting is, HOW he got those delegates. From the report I have, here’s how the delegates voted in round one: * Romney 464 * Huckabee 375 * McCain 176 * Paul 118 Ron Paul, who got the fewest votes, was dropped from the ballot for the next round of voting. The results then became: * Huckabee 524 * Romney 479...
  • Huck wins WV (McCain and Huckabee collude in WV to cheat Romney out of a win)

    Huckabee came in second to Mitt Romney in the first round of voting, finishing with 33% to Romney's 41%, the AP reported earlier. John McCain, finishing third with 15%, survived to the second round, while Ron Paul finished fourth, at 10%, and was eliminated. Amid rumors of a deal between backers of Huckabee and McCain, Huckabee secured 52% of the delegates in the second round, to Romney's 47%. McCain's goal in throwing support to Huckabee is designed to deprive Romney of a win early in the day.
  • Furious Romney Cries Foul As Huckabee Wins W Virginia (Huck Lying About Collusion? False Preacher?

    02/05/2008 4:23:10 PM PST · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 315 replies · 508+ views
    Times Online ^ | 1/5/2008 | Tom Baldwin & Tim Reid
    Supporters of John McCain and Mike Huckabee joined forces today to rob Mitt Romney of an early Super Tuesday victory in West Virginia, a clear sign of how two Republicans are conspiring to try and deny the former Massachusetts governor the nomination. ... A Romney spokesman accused the two of "cutting a backroom deal".
  • Romney camp accuses McCain, Huckabee of shady West Virginia deal

    02/05/2008 2:34:19 PM PST · by VU4G10 · 193 replies · 180+ views
    thehill. ^ | 02/05/08 | Sam Youngman
    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s campaign accused Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee of “a backroom deal” that gave the early Super Tuesday win in West Virginia to Huckabee. Romney, who addressed the state GOP convention in person Tuesday, comfortably led the first ballot at the convention, leading to a three-way second ballot contest between the three contenders. Marc Ambinder of The Atlantic reported Tuesday that, after the first ballot, McCain’s campaign called his supporters there and urged them to vote in favor of Huckabee.
  • Huckabee Wins West Virginia GOP Contest in Second Round, With Help From McCain

    before Huckabee’s surprising turnaround in the second round, McCain delegates told FOX News they had been instructed by the campaign to throw their support to Huckabee. McCain delegate John Vuolo said former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer approached him and other McCain supporters at the convention and told them he had spoken to McCain, and that the best thing to do was to support Huckabee in the hope that Huckabee could beat Romney in this winner-take-all state. That account could add fuel to Romney’s claim that Huckabee is only undercutting his support base, and that a vote for Huckabee is a...
  • Huckabee Wins All 18 W.Va. Delegates

    02/05/2008 11:32:44 AM PST · by bluebeak · 189 replies · 727+ views
    breit ^ | 2/5/2008 | breit
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Mike Huckabee won the first contest declared on Super Tuesday, picking up all 18 national delegates awarded at West Virginia's state GOP convention. Huckabee bested Mitt Romney, who entered the Mountain State event with the largest bloc of pledged convention-goers. Both men and Ron Paul made in-person appeals to the more than 1,100 convention delegates attending Tuesday's convention.
  • McCain cuts deal with delegates to hand WV victory to Huckabee

    02/05/2008 12:58:25 PM PST · by sdnet · 550 replies · 1,359+ views ^ | February 5th, 2008 | SGT News,
    Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee enjoys the first victory on Super Tuesday for the Republicans as he takes all 18 delegates in the state of West Virginia, winning 52% of the vote, although rumors abound regarding the McCain campaign's possible instruction to their delegates to switch to his side. Mitt Romney finished second with 47% of the vote, followed by McCain at 1%. Rumors are circulating that the McCain campaign instructed their delegates to defect over to Mike Huckabee's side as to avoid a Romney victory. Nationally, McCain is significantly ahead of Huckabee and can afford giving the state's 18...
  • Free Republic Poll leaves our candidates

    11/12/2007 2:49:24 PM PST · by nsmart · 238 replies · 203+ views
    Free Republic ^ | 11/6/7 | Free Republic
    (11/6) Which one of the following candidates should pro-life conservatives rally behind to defeat the liberal abortionists Hillary and Giuliani?
  • Free Republic Purge: Conservative Web Site Bans Giuliani Supporters

    05/26/2007 1:49:34 PM PDT · by Eurotwit · 1,421 replies · 42,825+ views
    NY Observer ^ | Published: May 24, 2007 | by Rebecca Sinderbrand
    A few weeks ago – in between Hillary Clinton’s official entry into the presidential race and the first Republican primary debate of the cycle – the fiery online conservative forum Free Republic marked a decade in operation as one of the premier online forums for right-wing political discussion. It also experienced one of the biggest internal battles to rock the site since the 2000 election of George W. Bush -- a tumultuous campaign year that nearly tore the site apart, as its founder and chief administrator first cleansed commenting ranks of Bush supporters, then, later, rallied to his support. At...
  • The Reason For Our Defeat- Conservative Hubris (Vanity)

    11/08/2006 8:24:41 AM PST · by A.Hun · 64 replies · 702+ views
    11-08-06 | A.Hun
    The election is over, and the Republicans lost. I did not think the electorate was this foolish, and expected a large turnout to help Republicans. For the first time in recent history, that was not true. Many of the previous base of the Republicans voted the other way. My hopes of even gaining seats were dashed. Many wish to blame President Bush and the war in Iraq. The MSM certainly helped the Dems make it their center argument, and put a national face on local elections. However, both pro war and anti war Republicans lost. Being a critic didn't help...
  • Democrats say Taco bell poll is rigged (NOT A JOKE!)

    08/27/2003 8:06:24 AM PDT · by mabelkitty · 131 replies · 663+ views
    San Mateo Daily Journal ^ | August 27, 2003 | Daily Journal wire report
    California Democratic Party leaders yesterday blasted the Taco Bell restaurant chain for a sales promotion that counts sales of different menu items as votes in a mock California recall election. Last week the Mexican-style fast food chain launched the campaign, urging Californians to “put their vote where their mouth is.” Taco Bell restaurants statewide are tallying each purchase of a crunchy beef taco as a “vote” for Republican challenger Arnold Schwarzenegger and each purchase of a chicken soft taco as a “vote” for not recalling Gov. Gray Davis. In the first week of the unofficial poll, “votes” for any of...