Apr 18, 2007

A double shot of Coulter hate this week


Despite all the national publicity against hatemonger Ann Coulter’s appearance at Cleary University’s Economic Club Speakers Luncheon Series in five months, the weekly Coulter racist and hate filled quote of the week continues. This Wednesday features a double shot of hate from the queen of hate. It’s not like we will ever run out of material because her column still runs in a few newspapers, and she’s on faux "news" almost every night.

So you never know when she will tell a wacky joke making fun of rape, murder, starvation and genocide in Darfur, or some other hilarious joke. If her popularity with the right ever begins to falter or she needs more money she just says more outrageous things.

The good news is Cleary’s executive committee of the board of trustee’s plans to meet tomorrow to discuss the matter, and there is still a chance to let them know we refuse to embrace her racist and discriminatory views.

"If those kids had been carrying guns they would have gunned down this one [child] gunman. ... Don't pray. Learn to use guns."---Politically Incorrect, 12/18/97

"I think we had enough laws about the turn-of-the-century. We don't need any more." Asked how far back would she go to repeal laws, she replied, "Well, before the New Deal...[The Emancipation Proclamation] would be a good start."---Politically Incorrect 5/7/97

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Have you read her wikipedia page? The decision makers at Cleary should be provided a copy of that page for a really decent history of her public life. I am ashamed to be a fellow UM alum of hers and I wish you the best in your fight.

Vicki said...

You should quit bashing Ann and listen to her message. Don't be fooled by liberals.
Ann understands that we need to fight terrorists overseas so they don't come here. And she knows that Republicans are the party of higher moral standards and fiscal responsibility, we have proven that time and time again.
If she were a local resident we never would have to endure things like the gay flag and sexually explicit messages in our school reading. I am proud that I will be in attendance at her speech. God bless Ann Coulter.

Communications guru said...

I’m not bashing Ann Coulter: I’m denouncing her racists, hateful and discriminatory statements. I have listened to her message. And I reject hate, racism and hate speech. What does what Coulter say have to do with terrorism? By the way, terrorists were already here, and instead of fighting them we invaded Iraq.

Higher moral standards? Perhaps you forgot about Mark Foley, Duke Cunningham, Tom Delay, Jack Abramoff, Bob Ney or George W. Bush. Fiscal responsibility? The biggest budget deficit in U.S. history is fiscally responsible?

There was no gay flag, and what sexually explicit message are you talking about. That racism is sexy?

Vicki said...

CG wrote... Higher moral standards? Perhaps you forgot about Mark Foley, Duke Cunningham, Tom Delay, Jack Abramoff, Bob Ney or George W. Bush.
.....C.G., maybe you forgot about Barney Frank? Or Bill Clinton? There's a few bad apples in every party. Anyway, most of the people you mentioned above were falsely accused and hounded by Democratic sympathizers, liberal media, and liberal judges.
Someday you'll agree with me that George W. Bush is the best President this country ever had.

Communications guru said...

I forgot about Barney Frank because I don’t know what law he broke. Can you show me where I ever said the Democrats are perfect or are the party of family vales like you have? Besides, President Clinton committed a transgression against two people, his wife and Monica Lewinsky, not the entire country.

“Falsely accused and hounded by Democratic sympathizers, liberal media, and liberal judges?” Are you serious? It’s been a while since the Democrats controlled the White House, and the President appointed all of the Federal Prosecutors. So it was the liberal juries that convicted Duke Cunningham, Tom Delay, Jack Abramoff or Bob Ney? The truth does have a liberal bias.

Your last statement is so ridiculous it does not deserve to be addressed.

Vicki said...

It's been nice chatting with you, this is my last post on this blog. There are lots of things to do before May 8th.
I'll stop by on May 9th and reveal the winning strategy.

Communications guru said...

You don’t have to bother; after the so-called “love” candidates are soundly beaten I’ll post it. By the way, is your anti-gay hate group ever going to revel its endorsements?