Skip to comments.Posting the address of TruBlueRinos.com for those FReepers who can no longer stomach FR
Posted on 07/10/2012 2:39:24 PM PDT by Jim Robinson
Received yet another FReepmail message regarding the underground campaign to get disgruntled freepers to move on over to the latest anti-freeper site.
I'll save them the trouble of having their moles to do their underhanded dirty work underground.
If you're totally fed up with me and my absolute refusal to support the GOP-e's outright plunge into supporting the progressive/statist agenda and no longer wish to resist tyranny, please by all means go join the RINO squishes over on TrueBlueRINOS.com ( actual address: http://www.trueblueliberty.com ).
But when you join them, please do us all favor and don't come back. It'll save us all a bunch of grief.
Thanks for the memories. It was fun working with you when we all agreed on our pro-God, pro-Life, pro-family, pro-small government, pro-liberty causes.
By the way, those caught continuing their underground campaigns against FR will be zot on sight.
Like this guy:
From Pasadena2k | 07/10/2012 1:22:46 PM PDT new
try a site at which its OK to discuss alternatives to Obama at least for a short period during this presidential elction season.
Many of us ( over 550 in the last two months ) spend some of our time at trueblueliberty.com
Goodbye, Pasadena, we hardly knew ye.
No one appreciates moles. Filthy animals.
Well, I imagine because it's basically down to Romney versus Obama now, and Rush decided to go with the unknown havoc Romney may cause versus the known havoc that Obama represents.
I can understand that decision, just don't sugar coat it with a inane headline like "Mitt Romney is the Man We've Entrusted with the Task of Saving the Country We Love".
I don't trust Mitt as far as I can throw him. I fully expect that if Mitt wins, the GOP-E will go back to embracing liberalism instead of resisting it and we'll just be fighting the same war on a different front.
My husband will often mention reading something in the news, and I’ll say, “Oh, we went over that on FR back on Tuesday!” or whenever. It’s not only fast, but many topics get chewed over from so many different perspectives that even the good radio hosts sound like teenagers when they discuss, for example, education or taxes or employment, compared to the aggregate insights of the whole community of FR.
I've had freepers ridiculing me for voting for Romeny in NOvember, in Tennessee. This state is one where we do have democrats being sent to congress. This state is one ripe for cheating the down ticket, and even more ripe if the presidential numbers are close because many decide to vote third party because they cannot stomach the liberal Romney. There are dynamics at play that we have not really discussed adequately at Freerepublic. And readers coming here to get the data with explanations need to read discussions ont his topic. I wish someone would post a list of states and districts which willbe counted by the Spanish company. We need to be able to watch those counts very closely.
That ought to take care of all 550 of 'em, Jim.
Got any more light work?
Me ?........ is there an election this year ?......:o)< /sarcasm>
This Presidential election is the GOP’s to lose and they will with Mitt the Twit as Chief Cook and Bottle Washer.
I’m fighting for Tea Party Senators and Representatives in congress. We take control of congress , then Mitt and or his shadow Obama are just bench warmers with an impeachment hanging over their heads 24/7.
Dare I dream of a two thirds majority ? Yes I will dream and try .
Stay safe .....
Because Romney has the GOP nomination locked up and we now must choose between Romney and Obama.
Rush calls himself "the mayor of Realville" for a reason.
If people think Romney is their salvation, they are sadly mistaken. He will implement far more Leftist leftist legislation than he will destroy. That's the bottom line for me.
The words repeal and replace don't sit well with me.
If it's wrong for the federal government to be involved in an issue, it's wrong whether it's legislation that is proposed by the Left or the not quite so Left.
“swapping spit with Mitt”
Ugh! The horror of that image ...
Only on FR do I see the twin delusions:
1) the R convention may nominate somebody else beside Mitty
2) electing Baraq will lead to great conservative wins in 014 and 016.
I have wondered what percentage of active FReepers will vote for Romney on November 6th. I expect it is an overwhelming majority but there is no way to be sure.
You’re all heart.
I couldn’t resist. Holy heck, it’s a linear, UBB-style forum. They stink for deep interaction, versus where you have threaded replies to replies like here, which does engender it.
In short a big LOSER from a forum format standpoint. Well, unless you like lots of bouncy smiley graphics, which that sort of forum tends to have in spades.
Funny, I got the felling that Limbaugh’s sentiments were more like “oh, god. Romney is all we got, don’t know what else to do but vote for him”.
Everyday I get the feeling Limbaugh is trying to talk himself into voting for Romney, I personally do not think he like the man.
Repeal and Replace has been the right’s mantra since this crap sandwich was passed into law. Our side cannot be painted into the position of just getting rid of Obamacare because we’ll get bludgeoned for wanting to make ‘30 million’ go without health care.
If we have no alternative, we’ll get beaten badly. The insurance market is broken. People like their coverage but hate the cost. Things like pre-existing conditions are a legitimate problem. The government has has a massive hand in manipulating the whole thing through government-provided care to the poor and elderly and also through individual and business tax policy. Things need to be changed. It just needs to be reformed to get less government manipulation, not more manipulation and control, as the Democrats did.
I am not afraid of Replace, as long as Paul Ryan and the conservatives in the House have control of the bill. It has to be market-based reforms, opening competition, returning to the basics with catastrophic policies, using HSAs, and giving the individual the same incentives in the tax code as businesses. We have to break the model of employee-given health care....that’s a tough transition but one that is necessary. Right now, the government, employers, and insurance companies are in between us and our doctors, even for basic checkups and basic treatments. This system is crazy, and the government unfortunately has its prints all over the problems.