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Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 9:35 am
by alberchico
http://www.anncoulter.com/cgi-local/article.cgi


Jesus does she actually like anything?

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 10:52 am
by whitehatter
She's a nut.

Ann Coulter is a mess of lies and contradictions, combined with devious misquoting and misrepresentation. Anyone who defines themselves as a conservative should be thoroughly ashamed that this creature is attached to their philosophy like a rabid bat to a mule.

Her schtick is to attack everyone else, but never actually try and make an argument herself. She is the Heroin Chic Queen of Hatred, and should just shut up and go away. Bile like hers has no place in rational debate and politics.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 11:29 am
by SlamClick
Damn!

I only opened this because I'm dyslexic.

I thought you said "bush on Ann Coulter"

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 11:33 am
by Newark777
I thought you said "bush on Ann Coulter"

Haha, that hilarious.  Laugh out loud
I don't know why you would open it even if it did say that, though.  Big grin

Harry

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:04 pm
by SlamClick
Because politics will only get you through part of the day.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:55 pm
by airplay
Ann Coulter is just Howard Stern in drag. Anything for shock value and sensationalism.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 1:50 pm
by learpilot
Jesus does she actually like anything?

Snorting cocaine.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2005 2:42 pm
by SFOMEX
Who was it who said, "Free speech should be safe, legal and rare"?

Hahaha. That's a good one! Big grin

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 1:54 am
by ProSimTec
This picture says it all......A Pilgrimage to Joe McCarthy's grave.

http://www.anncoulter.com/cgi-local/photo.cgi?image=grave_bg.jpg


Jesus does she actually like anything?

Actually, she never met a martini she didn't like either....

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 1:56 am
by alberchico
Unfortunately standing out from the crowd and making an ass of yourself is the only way to get attention these days.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 5:20 am
by ConcordeBoy
Note that men in the poll were more supportive of abortion than women, which is perfectly in keeping with the pro-abortion orthodoxy that men should have no say in this matter


Not quite sure why she's saying that:
if more men support abortion, then shouldn't that be more incentive for abortion "rights" activists to want to include them more lately, than exclude??

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 6:35 am
by lehpron
From article: >>"It's a "constitutional right" — taking its place alongside all those other "sad," "tragic" rights guaranteed by the Constitution, such as religious expression, free speech, freedom of assembly and so on. Who was it who said, "Free speech should be safe, legal and rare"? "<<

What does she mean by "tragic" rights guarantteed by the Constitution? Would she mean the opposite, or something else? Though I haven't a clue what it means, I find the entire quote somewhat peculiar.

Still reading it though...

I suppose she may be one of some conservatives that are waking up to the fact that Bush ain't on their side.  Wink/being sarcastic

Ah, the irony of democracy.  Laugh out loud

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 6:53 am
by ConcordeBoy
some conservatives that are waking up to the fact that Bush ain't on their side

that "some" of conservatives have known that for years... but compared to what Kerry et al offered, their only other realistic choice was to not vote.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 6:56 am
by lehpron
To not vote is anti-democratic.  Angry

just my penny.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 7:05 am
by ShyFlyer
To not vote is anti-democratic.

Actually, democracy is all about choice. People are free to choose not to vote in a democracy, just as they are free to vote for the candidate of thier choice.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:12 am
by ConcordeBoy
To not vote is anti-democratic

Though you factually couldn't be more wrong...
...in my personal case, I do agree with you.



My now-86yr-old Great Grandmother participated in the first elections legally sanctioned for Blacks in the state of Louisiana; as well as several previous marches in 1963 and '64, demanding such.

Protesters turned dogs on the crowd, she was unfortunate enough to become a victim. She has a nearly 5inch-long deformity in her lower left arm from the animal's bite. The nearest hospital that would accept Blacks was nearly 2hr away, so her aunt had to perform makeshift surgery with sewing thread, to stop the bleeding. Her arm never healed right as a result.



Before we turned 18, my mother/aunts/uncles/cousins/etc were shown this, the story, and even a newspaper clipping which detailed that specific march (January 3, 1964).... and told no one could force us to vote, but we'd best remember the abject hell some of our forefathers had to go through just to get us that right.


In respect for what she and sooooo many others went through for me, I've missed but two national/state/municiple elections...
1) because I got in an accident on the way home to the polls
2) because I, and quite a few others, got the date wrong due to misinformation

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:16 am
by L.1011
People are free to choose not to vote in a democracy

Not in Guatemala.  Big thumbs up

Anyway, I must quote Saturday Night Live's Darryl Hammond, playing Chris Matthews in reference to Ann Coulter. "I'd call you a media whore but I'm afraid that's offensive to whores." This Republican couldn't agree more.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:28 am
by LY744
Oh, that Bush... Misleading title!


LY744.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:52 am
by diamond











RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:58 am
by PacificWestern
OMG....all this time I thought she was a stand up comedienne and everything she said was just part of an act!!!  Big grin

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 9:06 am
by lehpron
While I agree I am factually wrong, what is the point of getting a freedom if you are not going to use it? In a democracy we choose, yes; but what about those fools who think voting is about politics and give a finger to it all??!! I'm sorry but I believe people need to be taught the importance of why we vote or force'em.

Yeah, force them to vote, they will have the freedom to pick whomever/whatever. It's their future, granted it's their problem and not mine to not vote; but we are all in this together, their [lack of] vote will affect me or my kids down the road.

I don't wanna hear any non-voter say a damned thing or I'll bitch slap'em accross the head!

I donno why I'm so damned convicted, but that is how I feel, I don't like the fact that 50% of those who can vote. Even if they claimed to be busy that day -- make the damn time, it only happens once a year (4 for president). is it that out of your way? What will you loose 150 bucks in tips? That could be a tax break or that money may reduce your auto insurance or go toward your education -- all provided you voted for it!

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:20 pm
by diamond

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:43 pm
by PacificWestern
Ok. Now this is hilarious.

http://movies.ziaspace.com/ann_coulter-fifth_estate.mpg


ROTFLMFAO!!!!!!!! What a dumb cow. Wait, I ought not to insult the bovines of the world.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:56 pm
by DC10GUY
HAHAHAHA LMAO,,, Like Dubya gives a shit about abortion ... He only says he's against it to get the born again vote. If Jenna woke up from a 3 day drunk and found out she was knocked up how fast would she get an abortion ??? And it wouldn't matter if it was legal or not.

RE: Ann Coulter On Bush

Posted: Tue Feb 01, 2005 12:48 pm
by ShyFlyer
I'm sorry but I believe people need to be taught the importance of why we vote or force'em.
Sure, teach them why voting is important. Show them what will happen if they don't exercise their right. But there is a very fine line between forcing people to vote and forcing them to vote a certain way. This fine line would be crossed very quickly by those in charge of "forcing" the vote. You know what they say about absolute power, don't you.

I don't like the fact that 50% of those who can vote.
Shamefull, isn't it. Especially when the turn out rate in Iraq was much higher, and they faced death.

...make the damn time...
Amen to that!