Even Republicans think Ann Coulter has lost her marbles

Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 06:11 pm
With this column, even conservative newspapers are getting nervous about Ann Coulter. She must not be taking her meds. ---BBB

Put the speakers in a cage
Posted: July 26, 2004
Ann Coulter
© 2004 WorldNetDaily.com

Here at the Spawn of Satan convention in Boston, conservatives are deploying a series of covert signals to identify one another, much like gay men do. My allies are the ones wearing crosses or American flags. The people sporting shirts emblazoned with the "F-word" are my opponents. Also, as always, the pretty girls and cops are on my side, most of them barely able to conceal their eye-rolling.

Democrats are constantly suing and slandering police as violent, fascist racists - with the exception of Boston's police, who'll be lauded as national heroes right up until the Democrats pack up and leave town on Friday, whereupon they'll revert to their natural state of being fascist, racist pigs.

A speaker at the Democratic National Convention this year, Al Sharpton, accused white police officers of raping and defacing Tawana Brawley in 1987, lunatic charges that eventually led to a defamation lawsuit against Sharpton, and even more eventually to Sharpton paying a jury award to the defamed plaintiff Steve Pagones. So it's a real mystery why cops wouldn't like Democrats.

As for the pretty girls, I can only guess that it's because liberal boys never try to make a move on you without the U.N. Security Council's approval. Plus, it's no fun riding around in those dinky little hybrid cars. My pretty-girl allies stick out like a sore thumb amongst the corn-fed, no make-up, natural fiber, no-bra needing, sandal-wearing, hirsute, somewhat fragrant hippie-chick pie wagons they call "women" at the Democratic National Convention.

Apparently, the nuts at the Democratic National Convention are going to be put in cages outside the convention hall. Sadly, they won't be fighting to the death as is done in W.W.F. caged matches. They're calling this the "protestor's area," although I suppose a better name would be the "truth-free zone."

I thought this was a great idea until I realized the "nut" category did not include Sharpton, Al Gore, Bill Clinton and Teddy Kennedy - all featured speakers at the convention. I'd say the actual policy is only untelegenic nuts get the cages, but little Dennis Kucinich is speaking at the Convention, too. So it must be cages for "nuts who have not run for president as serious candidates for the Democratic Party."

Looking at the line-up of speakers at the Convention, I have developed the 7-11 challenge: I will quit making fun of, for example, Dennis Kucinich, if he can prove he can run a 7-11 properly for 8 hours. We'll even let him have an hour or so of preparation before we open up. Within 8 hours, the money will be gone, the store will be empty, and he'll be explaining how three 11-year olds came in and asked for the money and he gave it to them.

For 20 years, the Democrats wouldn't let Jimmy Carter within 100 miles of a Convention podium. The fact that Carter is now their most respectable speaker tells you where that party is today. Maybe they just want to remind Americans who got us into this Middle East mess in the first place. We've got millions of fanatical Muslims trying to slaughter Americans while shouting "Allah Akbar!" Yeah, let's turn the nation over to these guys.

With any luck, Gore will uncork his speech comparing Republicans to Nazis. Just a few weeks ago, Gore gave a speech accusing the Bush administration of deploying "digital Brown Shirts" to intimidate journalists and pressure the media into writing good things about Bush - in case you were wondering where all those glowing articles about Bush were coming from.

The last former government official to slake his thirst so deeply with the Kool-Aid and become a far-left peacenik was Ramsey Clarke and it took him a few years to really blossom. Clinton must have done some number on Gore. Then again, with his yen for earth tones in a man's wardrobe, maybe Gore's references to "Brown Shirts" was intended as a compliment.

Only one major newspaper - the Boston Herald - reported Gore's "Brown Shirt" comment, though a Bush campaign spokesman's statement quoting the "Brown Shirt" line made it into the very last sentence of a Los Angeles Times article. The New York Times responded with an article criticizing "both" Republicans and Democrats for using Nazi imagery. Democrats call Republicans Nazis, the Republicans quote the Democrats calling Republicans Nazis and "both" are using Nazi imagery. (It's a cycle of violence!)

The nuts in the cages are virtual Bertrand Russells compared to the official speakers at the Democratic Convention. On the basis of their placards, I gather the caged-nut position is that they love the troops so much, they don't want them to get hurt defending America from terrorist attack. "Support the troops," the signs say, "bring them home."

That's my new position on all government workers, except the 5 percent who aren't useless, which is to say cops, prosecutors, firemen and U.S. servicemen. I love bureaucrats at the National Endowment of the Arts funding crucifixes submerged in urine so much - I think they should go home. I love public school teachers punishing any mention of God and banning Christmas songs so much - I think they should go home.

Walking back from the convention site, I chatted with a normal Bostonian for several blocks - who must have identified me through our covert system of signals. He was mostly bemused by the Democrats' primetime speakers and told me he used to be an independent, but for the last 20 years found himself voting mostly Republican. Then he corrected himself and said he votes for the "American."

I'd say I love all these Democrats in Boston so much I want them to go home, but I don't. I want Americans to get a good long look at the French Party and keep the 7-11 challenge in mind.
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Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 06:12 pm
most republicans dont thin so, i dont,
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Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 06:12 pm
most republicans dont thin so, i dont,
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Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 06:31 pm
Sorry, BBB, but that was flat out hilarious.

Here at the Spawn of Satan convention... what a hoot. Laughing
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Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 07:45 pm
That WAS funny, BBB!

Y'know, as much as I'm looking forward to the Bush vs. Kerry debates, there's one I'd like to see even more. Coulter vs. Franken. Wouldn't that be a hoot!!!
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Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 09:14 pm

I didn't think it was possible, but she's actually getting worse!

"spawn of satan" convention? Jeez...
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Finn dAbuzz
Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 10:42 pm
The primary difference between Coulter and Franken is that Coulter is funny.

Their both clowns, deliberately striking exaggerated poses.

One plays a "Joey," running around with one of those Homey Don't Play That rubber blackjacks, smacking the hell out of her targets and the other plays a "Pierrot"...who's sent away for the Charles Atlas program after taking a beating from "Joey."
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Reply Mon 26 Jul, 2004 10:44 pm
USA Today Reponds to Flap Over Coulter Column
USA Today Reponds to Flap Over Coulter Column
by Chris Field - Human Events
Posted Jul 26, 2004

In response to multiple inquiries, USA Today Executive Editor Brian Gallagher told HUMAN EVENTS this evening that conservative columnist and Editor-at-Large of National Review Online Jonah Goldberg will replace HUMAN EVENTS columnist Ann Coulter in providing commentary from the Democratic National Convention in Boston.

Coulter was originally hired by USA Today to offer a conservative take on this week's Democratic National Convention, but her first column was summarily rejected late Sunday night.

Pressed as to why Coulter's column was rebuffed, Gallagher said that it was not an attempt to silence or "censor" the columnist, but was simply due to a "difference of opinion over editing -- words, voice, that sort of thing." He also stated that severing the brand new relationship between the paper and Coulter was a "mutual decision -- in the end."

Gallagher offered that the original reason for offering conservative commentary was due to USA Today's views that today's national political conventions are simply "four-day commercials" for the Parties. So, the newspaper decided to offer its readers viewpoints on the convention "from the other side of the fence."

Gallagher also confirmed that USA Today has hired liberal filmmaker Michael Moore to offer commentary about the Republican National Convention next month.

When asked why his paper picked Ann Coulter specifically, Gallagher said that they "thought she was a voice from [the conservative] side with standing and visibility."

In response to questions on whether the paper was surprised by what they got from the conservative author, considering her well known penchant for speaking her mind pointedly and often with sarcasm and wit, Gallagher said, "Yes. We just didn't think it would be that difficult [to finalize]."

He said the staff of USA Today was familiar with Coulter's writings; however, he did not explain how the column Coulter submitted differed from her usual columns. Gallagher repeated his assertion that the differences that precluded publication of the column were not based on silencing Coulter but "simply on editorial differences."
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Reply Tue 27 Jul, 2004 09:01 am
Re: Even Republicans think Ann Coulter has lost her marbles
the increasingly deranged Ann Coulter wrote:
Only one major newspaper - the Boston Herald...

Ahahahahahahahaaaa. Oh man <wiping tears from eyes> Ann can still get off a good joke every once in a while. The Boston Herald a major newspaper! Pure comedy gold!
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Reply Tue 27 Jul, 2004 09:57 am
I guess if you think like her and think all teachers are atheist only out ban christian ideals then you would find the article funny. I guess if you think all democratic women are flat chested left over hippies who eat corn, you will find the article funny. Personally I think she just serves to point out some of the more crassness of the republican party so I hope she continues to keep writing.
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Reply Tue 27 Jul, 2004 10:19 am
I was going to suggest a good editor to Ms. Coulter, but incoherence can't be edited out.
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