May 23, 2007
Coulter Quote of the Week: says peoples who hire her for speeches embrace her hate speech
The weekly Ann Coulter hate speech of the week has demonstrated time after time that paying her $30,000 for a speech at Cleary University's Livingston Economic Club Speaker Series means the school both embraces the queen of hate’s discriminatory views and hate speech and she apparently speaks for them. So does this week’s edition.
In light of the firing of people like Don Imus for saying far less than Coulter does every single day and every week, Coulter says people must love because groups and people like those Cleary keep throwing money at her for saying them.
I just threw in the other quote to show her great logic, and how she – to quote the LEC mission – “enriches the Livingston County community by hosting speakers who can share a broad spectrum of social, political, intellectual, and cultural experiences.”
How is calling people who disagree with you “fat, implacable welfare recipients” pass as “critical analysis and public debate,” Mr. Sullivan? How does that pass as “thought-provoking,” Mr. Sullivan? How does that raise the level of political discourse, Mr. Sullivan?
“The only people who can fire me are the American people. And, by the way, by not buying my books they're not hiring me for speeches.” The Jon Caldara Show, May 17, 2007.
“The "backbone of the Democratic Party" is a "typical fat, implacable welfare recipient"---syndicated column 10/29/99