Jul 4, 2007
Coulter Quote of the Week: ‘Bill of Rights, we don’t need no stinking Bill of Rights’
This week’s Ann Coulter Quote of the Week falls, unfortunately, on the Independence Day holiday. But we know you can’t get along without our weekly dose of Coulter hate and wisdom as her appearance at Cleary University’s Economic Club Speakers Luncheon Series fast approaches.
As we celebrate our unique from of government that gives U.S. Citizens the greatest freedoms ever known to mankind we get a few examples of Coulter’s warped views of freedom. This is a Bill of Rights that gives people the right to be free in their persons houses, papers and effects against unreasonable search and seizure; due process of law; the presumption of innocence; and protection against cruel and unusual punishment. These are, apparently, values Coulter does not share.
If not for the 1st Amendment she would not be pulling down $30,000 for speaking for Cleary University and spreading her hateful and racist views.
Here are the weekly pearls of wisdom from the queen of hate:
"I have to say I'm all for public flogging. One type of criminal that a public humiliation might work particularly well with are the juvenile delinquents, a lot of whom consider it a badge of honor to be sent to juvenile detention. And it might not be such a cool thing in the 'hood to be flogged publicly."---MSNBC 3/22/97
"The presumption of innocence only means you don't go right to jail."---Hannity & Colmes 8/24/01