In Praise Of The Great Ann Coulter

Let me make this clear from the start – I am not anti-faggot.

If it's good enough for Ann, it's plenty good enough for me. In fact, I will back any word Ann chooses to use.

Here's why.

Conservatives as a group may be wimpy scum, but liberals are off-the-charts filthy, and it doesn't matter that they are also unimaginably stupid and/or outright insane. They will ruin your life, this country, and quite possibly get us killed if they and their policies prevail.

But they aren't the reason I decided to back Ann unequivocally. I'm not even backing Ann just because she makes them crazy. Make that "crazier."

And even though she's Public Enemy #3 behind Bush and Cheney, even that's not why I back her, because I don't back PEs 1 and 2.

No, I back Ann because of the reaction of people who presume to speak for conservatives – the O'Reillys and the Average Jo'Reillys of the world.

You're probably acutely aware that there are actually very few real conservative voices, and those people are regarded by liberals in the same way Palestinians regard the Israelis – and they receive the same treatment – politically speaking, of course.

Although we have seen teasers of what might really happen if a conservative were to find himself alone in a crowd of liberals..

But there are also people who want you to believe they are rational, objective, non-partisan, independent, and above all, civilized (not to be confused with intelligent, mature, and especially, refined), and they want to let you know that Ann is bad, and that you should reject her.

While all well-known conservatives are constantly under attack, liberals had a good year in 2006, and they were disappointed because they thought it was going to be a great one – Not only did they win Congress, but Limbaugh was being investigated for illegal Viagra, DeLay for a different non-illegality, and of course there was the even less illegal Libby, but they also thought they might have Ann for plagiarism.

There was even extreme – or should I say, more extreme – bit of nonsense about her voting.

Nothing came of the plagiarism garbage, but one conservative forum guy, one of them pseudo-conservatives, actually had the nerve to claim that the plagiarism charge was valid. By the way, you know what a pseudo-conservative is, he's the guy who takes global warming seriously while claiming liberals are just taking it too far.

That's when the pool of people I thought were conservatives began to shrink, and by the end of last year, it had shrunk to a puddle, again, no doubt due to global warming.

Then two weeks ago, O'Reilly said something seemingly off the cuff that nevertheless infuriated me more than anything else he's ever said, and that's saying something. In answer to a viewer email which claimed he did not criticize the far right the way he does the wacko left, he said something so foul that he'd never let a guest get away with anything remotely similar – he equated Ann Coulter with David Duke.

He looked into the camera and told the viewer that her charge was untrue: "I criticized Ann Coulter for what she said about the Jersey Girls, and I have criticized David Duke many times."

That's right, the conservative equivalent of the criminally insane liberal left is, Ann Coulter and David Duke – together again.

Then today, the once beloved, never trusted Bernie Goldberg said that he felt conservatives were just "growing tired" of Ann. He said that she really didn't speak for anyone, and added something to the effect that she's just a a buffoon, though he didn't use that word.

The bottom line is, it's not just liberals who want real conservatives, the real Great Americans, brought down, and not only will I not be a part of it no matter how much I disagree with Ann and others, and I do intensely at times, I might just stick now even if they do something illegal.and immoral. You know, not like attacking liberals and forcing them to convert to Christianity, something really bad.

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A longtime veteran of comedy and political forums, I decided that I needed a more restful venue because... well... I finally hate everybody. Except my wife that is... and my ex-wife.. and... no, that's about it. I lead about as simple a life as one can, preferring activities that include anything that doesn't involve going out and seeing YOU! And I particularly enjoy what I call "Get the Bitch" movies on Lifetime. You know the ones where the intended victim finally does something so incredibly stupid that she forfeits her right to live, and from that moment on you're rooting for the stalker. Of course, it rarely works out the way you want, but when it does, the feeling you get is... well, there's nothing else like it, other than, maybe, eating chocolate chip cookies. Oh, and I'm proudly anti-wildlife, both foreign and domestic, and anti-environment - especially foreign environments. I think Howard Stern put it best when he said, "If fifty percent of the population died tomorrow, I can live with that." And I feel the same about the other fifty percent, so together, we've pretty much got it all covered.
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11 Responses to In Praise Of The Great Ann Coulter

  1. Once again you are an inspiration. I love Ann Coulter because she can usually backup every thing she says with solid facts. I also like the fact she is fearless and unafraid to tell it like it is without the politically correct version. Where have the brave men run off to? This women is a mere 100 lbs and she is carrying the heaviest load. Pretty unfair if you ask me. Another lady that gets my support is yet another little lady, standing 5ft 3", Dr Laura. She backs down to no one and fights for the children, the family and decency everyday of her life. She too has been attacked by many. Many guilty people to be sure. They are both my modern day heroines.

  2. TedWest says:

    I Love Laura! Interesting that she got in trouble for comments in the same area as Ann.
    And I must say that O'Reilly did sort of defend Ann the other night when he said that she's an iconoclast, and as such she will make a mistake now and then. The problem was, this time he equated her with Bill Maher – who is the one O'Reilly should have equated with David Duke.
    As for me, I've been outspoken all my life regardless of consequences, and there have been some, and more than a few were not insignificant.
    Lot's of times I've felt that speaking out wasn't worth the cost, but I can't shut up. I look at it this way: Maybe I take heat so someone else doesn't have to, and I know from people in my life that while they hold strong beliefs, for one reason or another, they can't subject themselves to the abuse and nonsense of the ignorant and insane left – whose "footprint" we've seen here again today.
    Me, I thrive on conflict, and I always remember what my ex-wife and current best friend once said of me: "You're the nastiest person I've ever seen."
    She meant that as a compliment. It came after a condo board meeting in which two other board members became so exasperated and insulted that wanted to take me outside. All for a "difference of opinion" over raising fees (I didn't want to) that got a little personal..
    I love it when it gets personal. I seem to have this uncanny knack for making people furious. Take Henrietta for example, she hates me, but it couldn't stay away.
    Which brings me back to Ann. She will name names, and the thing I like most about Ann is that she's willing to exaggerate and be outrageous to make a point – or none at all – it's good enough to merely inflame the morons

  3. Scio, Scio says:

    I find Coulter entertaining, as she can sometimes give voice to the
    ugly little motivations in politics that nobody likes to name. I
    read her for a laugh, but I can't say I get much else from her.
    Also, that conference was a great opportunity to use some of the more creative epithets…saying
    Edwards was a bit lavender, or that he was a "felch queen."
    Missed opportunity to strike a blow for literacy. Would have
    still made her point about PC.

  4. Paxton says:

    To me, the only good thing about Ann Coulter is that it tells me a great deal about someone if they say they like her. I mean, there's no quicker way to identify fascists. She epitomizes everything that's wrong with the state of political discourse in America. In Ann's world, being mean-spirited is the same thing as being witty, and being a foul-mouthed bigot is how you fight the establishment.

  5. TedWest says:

    Yes, I completely understand, no liberal scum ever says anything mean, and all they ever seek is dialogue – in your world. So how are things in Bellvue?

  6. Paxton says:

    Quite nice. I'll save you a seat in the dayroom. We can watch Fox News together and swap meds.
    Surely you can do better than that. "Liberal scum"? Is that supposed to sting? I've seen your responses to comments from other people on your posts. The least you can do is come up with an infantile nickname for me and question my heritage. I'm insulted that you put so little effort into it. Your heroine would be so disappointed in you.

  7. TedWest says:

    First:
    "Surely you can do better than that"
    Uh-huh, this from someone who'd only just posted:
    "I'll save you a seat in the dayroom. We can watch Fox News together and swap meds".
    I do believe there's no limit to your creativity.
    But now do any one of you idiots have any reading comprehension skills whatsoever? Or is it that you regard yourself as part of the universe, "liberal scum?"
    No? So you were assuming I meant to include you?
    Now it's a fact that liberals are both the nastiest and most bigoted people by far, so let's play a little game, shall we? You list all the conservative scum, and I'll list all the liberal scum, and we'll see whose list is longer.
    Then we'll get down to actual examples like this.:
    Ann was merely mimicking a comment made by an actual person who meant in when he said it – an actor on Grey's Anatomy, a black man I believe. Now, would you expect that man, if you asked him, to characterize himself as a liberal or a conservative?
    Oh how you're all so great at generalizing. In fact, that's all any of you do. Meanwhile, I'm still looking for the first rational liberal who can mount a logical argument and follow it to its conclusion.
    And I'd bet the farm you ain't that guy.

  8. Scio, Scio says:

    Sorry, Ted Rall cancels out Ann Coulter…that guy is blatantly against the interests of his own country.

  9. X says:

    Cancels Ann Coulter out? You mean for defending her right to being published?

  10. Scio, Scio says:

    No, in terms of bombast, they're both equally offensive.

  11. TedWest says:

    Equally offensive? Please tell me you misspoke. Ann is offensive – to liberals – a very good thing, and half of that is feigned outrage on their part.
    Rall is offensive to every decent American.

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