Sep 12, 2007
Coulter Quote of the Week: Dedicated to the organizers of the Counter Coulter event
This week’s Coulter Quote of the week is dedicated to the good folks at Livingston County Voter’s Voice and the Community Unitarian Universalists in Brighton who are sponsoring a “Counter Coulter” event to provide a positive counter to the queen of hate’s appearance in Livingston County.
Jonathan Cohn, a senior editor at The New Republic magazine, will appear at the Howell Opera House at 7 p.m. Oct. 1 to lead a discussion on the state of health care in the country. The price of admission is a donation. Cohn is appearing free instead of charging $30,000 plus expenses like Ann Coulter. The proceeds will go to The Livingston County Free Dental Clinic for Children. Coulter’s process will go to fuel more hate.
Cohn is also a media fellow at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and a senior fellow at Demos a non-partisan public policy center. Cohn writes about domestic politics and policy with a primary focus on health care. In April he published his first book “Sick: The Untold Story of America's Health Care Crisis --- and the People Who Pay for it." Cohn has also written for the New York Times, Washington Post, Newsweek, Mother Jones, Rolling Stone and Slate. A graduate of Harvard University, he now lives in Ann Arbor with his wife and two children.
Without further ado, here are a few recent gems of hate from the queen of all hate commenting on the Iraq report. I have no idea why they would ask her to comment on that either, but they did.
"They want us to lose. They hate the troops. They think the troops are a bunch of illiterate, toothless rapists. ... They've been against this war from the beginning. The same people who say the surge isn't working didn't want us to go in. ... They want America to lose. They are rooting for al Qaeda." ---Fox News 9/10/07
"I don't know that Americans are so against the war. ... We keep having votes from our representatives [to keep funding the war] while I hear about these mysterious polls showing that the nation is ablaze with anti-war fervor. ... I don't think I'd count on MoveOn.org having much influence with authentic Americans. This is just, you know, a well-funded group of people without jobs. ... They want anarchy. ... They hate the United States of America." ---Fox News 9/10/07