May 9, 2007
Quote of the week: Coulter advocates murder of U.S. President
This weekly shot of Ann Coulter wisdom focuses on joking about murdering a U.S. President and blaming a disabled Vietnam Vet for “losing” in Vietnam. So much for supporting the troops, huh Ann? If a Democrat said this they would be assailed unmercifully and called a traitor even more than they already are.
The good news is that statement got Coulter fired from MSNBC, but it got her $30,000 Cleary University’s Economic Club Speakers Luncheon Series. There is some good news. The Howell-area voters took a step toward eliminating the undeserved reputation of Livingston County and Howell as a small-minded, racist community by rejecting the candidates put forth by the anti-gay hate group known as Love” PAC - (Livingston Organization for Values in Education) - for the Howell School’s Board of Education. The rejection of Coulter’s hate speech and discrimination by rejecting her as a speaker at the LEC will be one more positive step forward in eliminating that image.
But, without further ado here is this week’s pair of Coulter “gems.”
(Responding to a question from a Catholic University student about her biggest moral or ethical dilemma) “There was one time I had a shot at Clinton. I thought 'Ann, that's not going to help your career.'“
Ann Coulter at the Reclaiming America for Christ Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 3/3/07.
To a disabled Vietnam vet: "People like you caused us to lose that war."---MSNBC