Standard Operational Bullshit, that is.
The Freeperati never venture too far from their preprogrammed world of hysteria, jingoism, xenophobia, and latent feelings for each other, so it can get rather repetitive.
Every time you think you've seen it all, however, they find a new way to double back-flip into their own fecal matter.
Suits on, everyone.
My first offering - Freepers deeply concerned that the eeevil Dems will bring down the internets just to keep them from planning the revolution they are sure that someone else is gonna start.
Freepers make plans to break out crystal radios!
Posted on Friday, March 06, 2009 11:40:37 AM by George from New England
Edited on Friday, March 06, 2009 12:19:26 PM by Admin Moderator. [history]
We need to learn of local ham/amateur radio operators and us ham operators need to have a pre-established network with designated frequencies to get our message out and around.
Don't wait for the day that either due to martial law or other catastrophic events, our communication paths are severed or greatly blocked.
I suspect there are many ham license holders that are freepers as well. We need to know about each other before the day when we wished we had done this.
George, KJ4AQM, Dade City, Florida
These guys are so used to "Freeping" things that they think everybody does it.
It never enters their tiny little minds for a moment that people call radio shows to state opinions, and that most peoples' opinions differ from theirs.
Occam's razor is extremely dull in the hands of a Freeper.
Come to think of it, so are the Freepers.
That's a good idea, brainiac. People who aren't HAMs will get so much use out of a posted shortwave frequency.
All right! We can form cells! And then we can fight the communists! Who invented cells!
I dunno - it all seems to tie in together somehow......
Yeah! And how will the "quote" feature work on a shortwave radio?
This thread's kinda funny because the usual hyperventilating about how the "libtards" are gonna shut them down (as if they were some kind of threat rather than a source of amusement) has gotten bogged down in a discussion of a technology they don't know anything about.
Best post of the thread:
I guess we’ll have to go back to using bathroom walls, carrier pigeons, etc.
"For a paranoid time, call 555-123-4567
Ask for 'Larry C' ."
And you guys are definitely gonna need this to keep your super-sekrit He-man woman haters club going:
More Freeper silliness after the jump.
C'mon - you know you want to.....
I'm back - had to turn the air scrubbers up for this next one, because it looks like:
Freepers loves them some Lieberman!
AP/My Way News ^ | 03/09/2009 | ANDREW MIGA
Posted on Monday, March 09, 2009 8:35:22 AM by autumnraine
WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Joe Lieberman has changed his tune on Barack Obama. After campaigning across the country for Republican John McCain in 2008 and attacking Obama as naive, untested and unwilling to take on powerful special interests, Lieberman now showers praise on the popular new Democratic president.
"He's shown real leadership," Lieberman told The Associated Press in an interview. "Bottom line: I think Barack Obama, president of the United States, is off to a very good start."
Which ever way the wind blows, eh Joe? I knew it.
That's just the first five. It gets nasty after that.
I guess Lieberman's addressing the next Repub convention is a no-go now, huh?
Next up - Nancy Reagan talks stem cells - Freeper brainstems explode!
Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Lauds Obama's Embryonic Stem Cells Decision
All Headline News ^ | March 10, 2009 | Kris Alingod
Posted on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 3:03:47 PM by Diana in Wisconsin
Washington, D.C. (AHN) - Republicans on Monday decried President Barack Obama's lifting of the ban on embryonic stem cell research, but former First Lady Nancy Reagan, whose husband had suffered from Alzheimer's disease, welcomed the decision and said she is "grateful" to the President.
Obama signed an executive order on Monday reversing the eight-year ban on research using embryonic stem cells.
Embryonic stem cells are pluripotent cells that exist only within five days of embryonic development. They have an indefinite capacity for self-renewal, making them ideal for tissue replacement and for treating diseases, including degenerative diseases, spinal cord injuries, diabetes and heart disease.
Federal funds for embryonic stem cell research were limited by former President George W. Bush to 22 stem cell lines created before August 2001. The former president, with the support of conservatives and evangelicals, had said such research was increasingly unnecessary because of scientific advances that allowed the use of adult stem cells.
But according to a primer by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), which aims to advance stem cell research and regenerative medicine, adult stem cells are extremely useful for future therapies but are restricted in what they can do.
The 87-year-old Reagan, who had urged former President George W. Bush to support embryonic stem cell research, said in a statement on Monday she is "very grateful" to Obama for lifting the ban, according to Politico.
"I urge researchers to make use of the opportunities that are available to them, and to do all they can to fulfill the promise that stem cell research offers. Countless people, suffering from many different diseases, stand to benefit from the answers stem cell research can provide. We owe it to ourselves and to our children to do everything in our power to find cures for these diseases -- and soon. As I've said before, time is short, and life is precious," the former first lady added.
After who insulted her? Obama, or everyone else in this thread?
Well, the astrologer might, if you ask nicely...
“Now, get a clue.”
Ah, Nancy is what...87 now? She may have a touch of senility.
Controller #2: Are you kidding? Ever since Reagan fired the air traffic controllers, he's been completely senile!
Controller #3: Yeah, but what about McCroskey?
Controller #2: About the same as Reagan.
Maybe she’s hoping those embryonic stem cells will make her young again.
No, Lottie - she's hoping that a complete brain transplant will be feasible soon enough to provide you with one that actually works.
Why, it's turn-em-up Ted!
(BTW, I opened for Nugent at an outdoor festival. He's an even bigger asshole in person.
His "manager" spent the entire time running from person to person apologizing for him.
Nugent tried to push past me at the ramp down from the stage, but I'm 6' 3" and don't push past very well. I could see the hostility and smart-assery ready to splash out and just ruin my day.
I asked him if he was going to play "Journey to the center of your mind".
The surly look disappeared as if it had been slapped off him. He turned on his heel and stalked away.
Human Events ^ | 3-18-09 | Ted Nugent
Posted on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 11:54:38 AM by smoothsailing
Mr. President, Don't Mess With Texas
Posted 03/18/2009 ET
You may have noticed I am a big fan of rugged individualism, self-reliance, individual freedoms, liberty, self-determination and defiance -- heavy on the defiance.
These are all uniquely American characteristics that are hard-wired into our genes thanks to our amazing, defiant forefathers. You must never forget that our forefathers courageously sailed across an unknown ocean, to an unknown land to establish a country free of tyranny, kings and emperors. They risked their lives, fortunes and families to create America, a radical experiment in self government.
Yeah, you imbecile - some of our forefathers sailed across an unknown ocean in the bottom of slave ships.
Proof positive that the Greater Wingnut habitually starts mouth before engaging brain.
Last offering - McCain backs Obama Iraq pullout plan. Freepers lose shit!
Reuters ^ | 2009-02-27 | Steve Holland
Posted on Friday, February 27, 2009 10:46:21 AM by rabscuttle385
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Senator John McCain, who battled Barack Obama hard on the campaign trail on the Iraq war, said on Friday he supports President Obama's plans to remove U.S. combat forces from Iraq over 19 months.
"Overall it is a reasonable plan and one that can work and I support it," McCain told Reuters.
McCain, as a presidential candidate in the 2008 election, had argued that Obama was naive on national security and criticized his pledge to pull U.S. troops from Iraq within 16 months.
John, have you met Harold Stassen? He’s right over there on the couch with Sidney, Clayton and Jugdish.
"President Obama's Universal Healthcare Plan is needed to provide for all God's Children"
"The President's Amnesty package is long overdue to provide legitimacy to our large segment of mortage defaulted homeowners"
"The Obama administration should be applauded for enacting my plan on Cap and Trade"
Did McCain have his kneepads on when he said this? I just can’t get over that guy. What happened to his psyche after the Vietnamese let him go?
Ah, I know—he became a senator.
This traitor needs to shut up and stand down !
It would take a century to get the filth off the Republican trademark.
Which is why I voted for the other guy.
When the Freepers eat their own, should one offer them an afterdinner mint?
Or just some Republican Helper?
If you track the toxic sludge of Freeperville out of the containment chambers, nothing will ever grow again in your footsteps except for Amanita and Young Republicans.