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Friday, June 09, 2006

Ann Coulter, Still a Transexual

The fallout over Ann Coulter's attack on the wives of 9-11 victims in her new book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism", continues. I don't really see anything that wrong with saying something like: "These [9-11] broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis. I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much." Outrageous and rude? Yes. But, we've said much worse things on this site. Plus, if the 9-11 victims didn't want their husbands to be blown up by Middle Eastern terrorists, then they shouldn't of voted for politicians that support foreign military aid and an interventionist foreign policy.

What really bothers me is that she is in no position to be calling other people godless. How god-centered is Ann Coulter, really? Isn't she a whore? I'm pretty sure she gave Matt Drudge herpes the last time she was in town. My proof? They went to dinner a few times. She's a dirty filthy whore. Add it up. It's circumstantial. Possibly circumcisal too.

Choice Coulter quotes:

_"My only regret with Timothy McVeigh' is he did not go to the New York Times Building," The New York Observer quoted her as saying on Aug. 20, 2002. She clarified those remarks with "Of course I regret it. I should have added, 'after everyone had left the building except the editors and reporters.'"

_"After all other suitable office space in Manhattan had dried up — and also after spending the weekend golfing at an all-white club in Florida — Clinton announced he would take an office in Harlem. ... As one of my friends remarked, that should be nice: Having escaped a mugging on the way to work, Clinton's female employees will then have to face an accused rapist in the office," Coulter wrote on Feb. 19, 2001.

_"(Liberals) are always accusing us of repressing their speech. I say let's do it. Let's repress them. ... Frankly, I'm not a big fan of the First Amendment," Coulter said during an Oct. 21, 2005, speech at the University of Florida.