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Fight some irrational propaganda -- MSNBC "poll" freeping by the Reich

Check out this poll at MSNBC.

The "reichwing" punditry has decided to mobilize their yawn-some power to "freep" and have all their keyboard kommandos rushing over to give Obama an "F" grade on his performance to date.

Why not balance it out a bit, and mosey on over to plug in an "A" or "B"?  (To really irk 'em, as it's an unscientific poll anyway, go for the "A"...and crush their weak little spineless gelatinous souls of darkened pitch like the pesky gnats that they are.)

...um, well -- guess I've got a stronger opinion about their lack of class and integrity than I thought.  I must still be decompressing from the relentless onslaught of reichwing propaganda from the Bush Debacle Years.

 

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carol white on March 10, 2009 - 15:50

I followed the link and I was so infuriated by these pompous A.. H.... presuming to give the President a grade on his performance, that I just couldn't do it. The absolute nerve of these people. The media should be given a grade and mine would be a D.

carol

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GreyHawk on March 10, 2009 - 15:57

But still, go plug in an "A" or "B" to tweak the freepers too, if only to have the satisfaction of helping attempt to quell one more inane new item.

If the poll gets seriously tweaked away from the freeper objective, we won't have to hear about repeatedly.

 ;)

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carol white on March 10, 2009 - 16:26

OK. I'll go for broke with an "A"

carol

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carol white on March 10, 2009 - 16:29

Tehy have 56% percent of those voting giving the Pres. an "F". Yeah right! What liars as always.

carol

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luaptifer on March 10, 2009 - 16:09

Remember, they invented freeping: Deception is in their DNA, no instructions necessary.

FreeRepublic: ONLINE POLL-GIVE OBAMA A GRADE

 

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/2203578/posts

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GreyHawk on March 10, 2009 - 16:34

means something.

Which, of course, it ~will~ in their minds. They'll obsess over it, and blare it from the rooftops and across all their media channels ad infinitem as if it proves anything or changes reality.  (Which, for them, it does. Somehow. In the deepest recesses of the sinkhole they call their "minds" -- where they house their blackened, shriveled souls...right next to the old moldy peanut that they mistake for their integrity and patriotism.)

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luaptifer on March 10, 2009 - 16:40

Oh wait, gotta check my spelling....

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"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

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luaptifer on March 10, 2009 - 16:45
dang, must be some contrafreepers out there ;-(   Well, that's my fun for the day!
 
To: True Republican Patriot

It hit 62% overnight. Looks like some lemmings are giving some B’s. Though the A’s slid from about 22% to 19% early on. It had gotten to 20% but shows 19% now.

If you were grading Barack Obama on his performance as president, what would he get? * 66945 responses
He gets an A
19%
He gets a B
8.3%
He gets a C
5.4%
He gets a D
11%
He gets an F
56%

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"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

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luaptifer on March 10, 2009 - 18:01
To: babubabu

An easy way to vote more than once—use different browsers. I have Firefox and Internet Exploder, and a free browser is Google Chrome, which is easy to install and uninstall.

20 posted on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 4:56:36 PM by Axxxx
 

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Connecticut Man1 on March 10, 2009 - 18:42

Can't those freepers follow basic instructions. It doesn't say give Obama "F" grade. heh

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carol white on March 10, 2009 - 18:04

Chuck Norris is sounding off. He was a supporter of Huckabee I'm told by a reliable source.

We Surround Them; a movement of right wing cell groups to be unveiled on Fox News Channel Friday

Yesterday in his WorldNetDaily.com column I May Run for President of Texas Chuck Norris alluded to thousands of cell groups meeting this Friday to take the country back. The meetings are organized under Glenn Beck’s You Are Not Alone campaign as a new movement called: We Surround Them. Details about the movement will be unveiled on Fox News Channel this Friday during Beck’s program at 5 p.m. EST. According to the group’s website the organizing principle is 9/12, i.e. after 9/11 all things changed. The organizers apparently consider the election of Barack Obama another 9/11: “We are faced with yet another attack on our freedoms. This one doesn't come in the form of airplanes, but is an assault on our core freedoms, principles and values. Our Constitution hangs by a thread, our economy has been sold, our rights trampled, our future compromised.” The site is run by “Debra” who prefers to remain anonymous. In the 9/12 vein Beck lists 9 principles and 12 values; only those who agree with 7 of the 9 are eligible for membership.

carol

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carol white on March 10, 2009 - 18:13

Was he plotting a coup?

"Angler": The Rise and (Finally!) Fall of Dick Cheney

The United States came justthisclose to an irreversible militarist coup, and leading the charge at every step of the way was Dick Cheney. I think virtually everyone outside the 30% GOP base, at least by 2006 or so, sensed there was something deeply wrong with the guy and/or in how he operated. Gellman, who (along with Washington Post co-writer Jo Becker) won a Pulitzer Prize for this reporting, nails it. In so doing, he provides an object lesson for how Obama and future presidents might want to treat the Constitution, the separation-of-powers tradition, the rule of law, transparency in governing, etc. If you haven't read "Angler," do so: It's extraordinary history and a great read. But be prepared: Cheney's actions are worse, more wide-ranging and more scary that you might even have imagined.

carol