FreeRepublic.com, if you don't already know, is a hard-right-wing website, devoted to all things conservative. It is one of the most popular right-wing blogs, and maybe one of the most popular blogs, period. Tony Snow was once a prominent member.
While I'm all about diversity, and respect contrary opinions, these folks wander off into the wilderness of delusion with such regularity, I felt it was time to expose some of the craziness that goes on over there.
Yeah, I know, it is easy to pick on the "anonymous" comments of any blog. But FreeRepublic is not like that. You must be registered to post there, and then you must live up to some strict regulations for your posts to even remain. So, these posts represent the views of the site, after censorship. See what you think.
Regarding Congress' subpoena of Karl Rove:
Democrats. Doing the work real Americans won’t do. Subverting their country.
Comparing death in Iraq to traffic accidents in the US:
There are SIX MILLION people in Baghdad! 40 attacks a day on average, and very few 100% successful...though the MSM reports each attack as a “failure” for the USA. *Rolleyes* Out of SIX MILLION PEOPLE! Aarrgghhh! America loses about 140 people PER DAY in traffic accidents alone! Perspective, People! Perspective. :) The liberal ‘nattering neighbobs of negativity’ really DO want us to lose this one.
On the left-wing's attitude toward internet predators:
And the sickest part is that this doesn't offend the left at all.
On the LGBT Democratic Presidential debate:
The Party Of Abnormal Americans. Seriously this is what we've come to: Democrats pandering for the pervert, pederast and cross-dresser vote. It makes me glad my beloved mother and father aren't around to witness this degenerate spirit of one of our major political parties. This is a mega-barf and I'm not tuning in.
On Darth Cheney:
We are truely lucky to have a man of his caliber as VP. I’m a big fan of Dick Cheney!
This is only a very quick cut-and-paste of comments from random postings over the last couple of days. I didn't have to cherry-pick to find these nuggets. So, next time you hear Bill O'Reilly yakking about how crazy liberal bloggers are, remember what else is out there.