Jun 27, 2007

Coulter Quote of the Week: Coulter pushing her crappy paperback


It was pretty easy getting an Ann Coulter quote of the week this week. She is busy making the rounds of the talk shows plugging the release of the paperback version of her latest hack piece, “Godless.” The premise of the book that only Republicans are Christians is absurd, and the recent examples of the morals and ethics of Republicans proved what utter rubbish that theory is. If Ann Coulter is a Christian then I’m the Dalai Lama.

Her most interesting appearance was on “Hardball” on MSNBC where Theresa Edwards called in and smacked her down. Mrs. Edwards asked the queen of hate to stop the personal attacks and hate speech against her husband, Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, and stick to the issues. Coulter tried to spin it to look like Mrs. Edwards was trying to silence her. Of course, Coulter said no. If that happened what would Coulter talk about? That’s her whole act. If she did that she could no longer speak for the Livingston County Republicans and Cleary University. What would she say at Cleary University’s Economic Club Speakers Luncheon Series?

I guess in the end asking Coulter to stop hate speech, personal attacks and character assassination is silencing her.

Without further ado here are more examples of Coulter enriching Cleary University and Livingston County and raising the level of political debate.


“So I've learned my lesson, if I'm gonna say anything about John Edwards in the future, I'll just wish he'd been killed in a terrorist assassination plot." ABC’s Good Morning America – June 25, 2007

“No, but I do think anyone named B. Hussein Obama should avoid using ‘hijack’ and ‘religion’ in the same sentence.” ---Hannity & Colmes June 26, 2007.

2 comments:

Johnny C said...

W.W.J.K
Who would Jesus killed

But you know the spin from Ann the man on that comment.. she was only joking.

Kathy said...

The fact that Coulter shows zero tolerance for anyone outside of her narrow definition of "good Americans" is proof that she doesn't know the first thing about Christians or Christianity.