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Posted: 11/1/2001 4:15:44 AM EDT
Here's the blonde that you don't want your wife to know you secretly [u]worship[/u], Ann Coulter, with her newest commetary at worldnetdailt.com: [size=4]The eunuchs are whining[/size=4] We've finally given liberals a war against fundamentalism, and they don't want to fight it. They would, except it would put them on the same side as the United States. [b]With the media suffering from [u]fainting spells[/u], the country is being run by people who can splice cables and land jets on ships in the dark of night. [u]These are men, a subspecies of Americans heretofore invisible to the elites[/u]. But now the elites are complaining that the men aren't working fast enough.[/b] Not exactly smashing stereotypes of liberals as mincing pantywaists, [u]the left's entire contribution to the war effort thus far has been to whine[/u]. In lieu of a military response against terrorists abroad and security precautions at home, liberals would like to get the whole thing over with and just throw Jerry Falwell in jail. Walter Cronkite, better known as president of the Ho Chi Minh Veneration Society, has compared the Rev. Falwell to the Taliban. [u]In response to Falwell's comment that gay marriage and abortion on demand may not have warmed the heart of the Almighty, Cronkite proclaimed it "the most abominable thing I've ever heard."[/u] Showing the dispassion and critical judgment that earned him the moniker "the most pious blowhard in America," this self-serving, multimillionaire Martha's Vineyard boob accused Falwell of "worshipping the same God as the people who bombed the Trade Center and the Pentagon." Liberals compare Jerry Falwell to the Taliban, but then are furious with George Bush for not being Jesus Christ. Evidently, what a president is supposed to do when the girls are scared is develop complete omniscience and omnipotence. Thus, the media repeatedly expound upon the proposition that what Bush should have done in response to the anthrax mailings is: Instantly produce the culprits and put an end to this madness! The New York Times has been issuing daily harangues on this point. The cover story of last Sunday's Week in Review section ("Efforts to Calm the Nation's Fears Spin Out of Control") lectured Bush: "People in the grip of fear want information that holds up, not spin control." Men are out in the driving rain trying to change a tire, while the womenfolk sit in a warm roadside cafe demanding to know what's taking so long. Just pipe down! The men are working as fast as they can. In fact, no one is in the "grip of fear" over anthrax except the media and their most gullible targets, liberal women. Liberal soccer moms are precisely as likely to receive anthrax in the mail as to develop a capacity for linear thinking. But the media are working overtime to create a Princess Di-like hysteria in Manhattan suburbs. - continued -
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 4:16:48 AM EDT
Every death, including the thousands murdered in the womb every day, is sad. But let's not forget that the mass mailing of anthrax spores has killed only four people so far. These are tragic occurrences, as are the deaths from car accidents, drowning and fire since the attack. So far, the anthrax mailings don't hold a candle to the slaughter of 9-11. But the Times is furious with Bush every single moment he delays in bringing back the halcyon days when liberals could attend Calvin Klein fashion shows free of anxiety. "Again and again, in recent weeks, administration officials tried to reassure the public; again and again, the situation proved more serious than the officials had suggested." It seems that a more soothing response to a bio-terrorism scare would be for the administration to have God-like omniscience about the anthrax mailings, including predicting all future mailings. Frank "No, No, Nanette!" Rich recently emitted an interminable screech on the op-ed page of The New York Times denouncing the Bush administration for not solving the anthrax cases already: "The most highly trumpeted breakthrough in the hunt for anthrax terrorists – Tom Ridge's announcement that 'the site where the letters were mailed' had been found in New Jersey – proved a dead end." As Irish playwright Brendan Behan said: "Critics are like eunuchs in a harem: They know how it's done, they've seen it done every day, but they're unable to do it themselves." (It's no surprise Rich is afraid of the mail: He's afraid of me. Just last night, he refused to be in the "Politically Incorrect" greenroom with me.) Go listen to a Rodgers and Hammerstein sound track and try to stay calm, Frank. Patriotic Americans are doing their best to protect theater critics quaking in their Upper West Side redoubts. Maureen Dowd, another hysterical Times columnist, is still indignant that George Bush wouldn't have asked her to the prom. "Polo at Yale is a bit different than the Afghan version," she sniffed. Three weeks into the war and she's already calling it "Operation Quagmire." Women – and I don't mean to limit that to the biological sense – always become hysterical at the first sign of trouble. They have no capacity to solve problems, so instead they fret. But despite the fearful fifth columnists whiling away the war naysaying America's response, we will win this war. [b]You just stay warm, girls … [u]the men are fixing the car[/u][/b]. See commentary at:[url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=25154[/url] Would anyone like to start an 'Ann Coulter Cult' along with me. All that would be required is absolute and unquestioning devotion to this Blonde Supergoddess! Eric The(Hmmm..EternalDamnation?SmallPotatoes!)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 4:37:57 AM EDT
The more I read her, the more I like her.
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 4:46:53 AM EDT
Originally Posted By EricTheHun: Would anyone like to start an 'Ann Coulter Cult' along with me. All that would be required is absolute and unquestioning devotion to this Blonde Supergoddess!
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I'm down with that. [:D] Good article, too.
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 4:47:05 AM EDT
HEELLLLLLLL, yeah!!!! Somebody stick a picture of her up here, so everyone else knows what me and Hun want to worship. I'm in Hun.
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:00:30 AM EDT
Damn, that's hot column. Preach, Ann, preach!
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:08:18 AM EDT
Everytime she writes a column it is a tribute. It is also proof that liberals everywhere can learn to think for themselves and form rational thoughts!
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:13:04 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/1/2001 5:20:11 AM EDT by USNA91]
Here's the blonde that you don't want your wife to know you secretly [u]worship[/u-
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Boy, is [b]that[/b] ever the truth! My favorite highlights...
"We've finally given liberals a war against fundamentalism, and they don't want to fight it. They would, except it would put them on the same side as the United States." "Not exactly smashing stereotypes of liberals as mincing pantywaists..." "Walter Cronkite, better known as president of the Ho Chi Minh Veneration Society..." "Showing the dispassion and critical judgment that earned him (Cronkite) the moniker "the most pious blowhard in America," this self-serving, multimillionaire Martha's Vineyard boob..." "Liberals compare Jerry Falwell to the Taliban, but then are furious with George Bush for not being Jesus Christ." "Men are out in the driving rain trying to change a tire, while the womenfolk sit in a warm roadside cafe demanding to know what's taking so long. Just pipe down! The men are working as fast as they can." "Liberal soccer moms are precisely as likely to receive anthrax in the mail as to develop a capacity for linear thinking." "As Irish playwright Brendan Behan said: 'Critics are like eunuchs in a harem: They know how it's done, they've seen it done every day, but they're unable to do it themselves.'" "Go listen to a Rodgers and Hammerstein sound track and try to stay calm, Frank. Patriotic Americans are doing their best to protect theater critics quaking in their Upper West Side redoubts." "Maureen Dowd, another hysterical Times columnist, is still indignant that George Bush wouldn't have asked her to the prom." "Women – and I don't mean to limit that to the biological sense – always become hysterical at the first sign of trouble. They have no capacity to solve problems, so instead they fret. But despite the fearful fifth columnists whiling away the war naysaying America's response, we will win this war." "You just stay warm, girls … the men are fixing the car."
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What a way with words! Damn, she's hot! [:p} Edited to ensure I got all the best quotes!
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:24:51 AM EDT
If she can speak as well as she can write, what about her as a replacement for Rush?
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:28:13 AM EDT
Originally Posted By AFARR: If she can speak as well as she can write, what about her as a replacement for Rush?
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If (and unfortunately, when) Rush leaves the airwaves, I second the motion! Hell, why wait? Give her a show NOW!
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:32:26 AM EDT
She's hot. But Laura Ingraham is hotter. MUCH hotter.
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:40:50 AM EDT
I hate to be the sole voice of dissent here, but a few things seem to have been forgotten here. What Jerry Falwell said was not that abortion and gay marriage got God upset, but that the 9.11.01 carnage was God's way of venting His anger at civil liberties groups, feminists, homosexuals, lesbians and abortion rights supporters. In other words, it wasn't terrorism, it was God punishing thousands of innocent people for what other people did wrong. Also, Ann Coulter was the one who wrote a column very shortly after the 9.11.01 attacks calling for the death or forced conversion to Christianity of all Muslims. It was supposed to be carried on National Review Online, but they declined to host it. Sorry for my lack of unstinting devotion here, but I thought I'd drop a little reality into the mix. Flame away, if you will.
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:41:49 AM EDT
Originally Posted By CIB: HEELLLLLLLL, yeah!!!! Somebody stick a picture of her up here, so everyone else knows what me and Hun want to worship. I'm in Hun.
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[img]http://www.mcdplus.com/web/pokeyjoe/images/coulter.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:45:32 AM EDT
Better one.... [img]http://www.bsnn.net/contributors/annccn.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:53:40 AM EDT
Ummm...Ann Coulter. She is awesome.
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 5:56:17 AM EDT
Post from Jarhead_22 -
Sorry for my lack of unstinting devotion here, but I thought I'd drop a little reality into the mix. Flame away, if you will.
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Hell, Pistol Pete! Even the current Miz Hun ain't [u]perfect[/u]! So, Miz Coulter's been caught offbase a few times, ain't no reason to send her back to the farm team yet, coach! Oh, and by the way, when you folks ever get a chance to meet Miz Hun, don't say [b]nothing[/b] about how I said she wasn't perfect or anything, o.k.? I mean unless you got an extra room or a crib in your barn where I might be able to live out the remainder of my life. Eric The(JustAskTheFirstMizHun,She'llTellYou!)Hun[­>]:)]
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 9:04:37 AM EDT
Originally Posted By AFARR: If she can speak as well as she can write, what about her as a replacement for Rush?
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She's sat in as host for Michael Medved's show at least once. She did ok, but she wasn't great. However, she's also not really experienced in radio show hosting, but I'm sure she's more than capable of doing it once she got the hang of it. Ann Coulter reminds me a lot of my wife, without the column. [:D] God Bless Texas
Link Posted: 11/1/2001 9:20:48 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Jarhead_22: Also, Ann Coulter was the one who wrote a column very shortly after the 9.11.01 attacks calling for the death or forced conversion to Christianity of all Muslims. It was supposed to be carried on National Review Online, but they declined to host it. .... Flame away, if you will.
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OK, here's your flame - I agree with Ann on that one. The WTC attacks were a direct result of the terrorist's Muslim beliefs. The world would be a much better place if they were dead or Christian. Don't give me that bull about how not all muslims agree with the WTC attack, they are the minority and can be proven wrong in the logical confines of Islam.
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