Let me be clear, I voted in O'Reilly's latest poll that I do not hope Obama succeeds. That's right, I would rather see things get worse for the country than have someone so evil succeed, even if it benefits us. And if you don't think Obama is as close to pure evil as we've ever had in a President, there's nothing I could do to convince you. Some people can see these things, and most can't it would appear. Suffice it to say that since his election win, Obama has done nothing to shake my conviction that he's the rottenest man who ever ran, now about to be the rottenest President there ever was.
And I'm sure Ann Coulter sees it the same way, she just can't say it. But no one comes closer to telling things exactly as they are than she does, and she's never done it better than in her newest column.
"In point of fact, I'm not particularly critical of Obama in my new book. I'm critical of the media for behaving like a protection racket for Obama rather than the constitutionally protected guardians of our liberty that they claim to be."
From there, Coulter details what the media has done to saddle us with such evil, and incompetent evil at that, which makes Obama a loose cannon of evil.
"Even when Obama broke a pledge and rejected public financing for his campaign — an issue more dear to The New York Times than even gay marriage — the Times led the article on Obama's with his excuse. "Citing the specter of attacks from independent groups on the right," the Times article began…"
We have at least two ominous selections already from Obama, one to become Attorney General, and the other to head the CIA. Clearly, on Inauguration Day, America and the world will already be less safe, except that it will be safe to say that no matter what happens, the media will keep Obama safe from his critics.