Scratch a “civil libertarian,” find a fascist. Ann Coulter
Coulter is a lightening rod for the leftards, because she is unafraid. She doesn't break. She easily pops the bubble wrap of their blustering nonsensical arguments despite their vainglorious attempts to discredit her. She is the silver cross, the silver bullet to their Draculian hearts. They fear her. And they seek to destroy those that expose them for the traitrous charlatans that they really are. Ann is the tops.
Larwyn sent along this bon mot,
Liberals' response to unbridled right-wing speech makes the Muslims look laid back. Reacting with stupefied indignation whenever someone disagrees with them — especially in a way that makes people point and laugh at liberals — they seem to be in a constant state of outrage. Liberals, and the conservatives who fear them, have a look of perpetual outrage, kind of the way Nancy Pelosi has a look of perpetual surprise.
MMMMM good. Gets sharper;
On November 16, 1998, Representative John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.), ranking minority member on the House Judiciary Committee, sent me an official, subpoena-like letter on committee letterhead, demanding all my correspondence or communications with various of my friends for the prior four years, including George Conway, Jim Moody, and Lucianne Goldberg. Conyers is now the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, which should help you sleep well tonight. He is violently opposed to listening to the conversations of terrorists, but believes the government should be able to demand copies of Ann Coulter’s birthday cards. Scratch a “civil libertarian,” find a fascist.
Check that liberal take on the first amendment.
Thank you for your correspondence. I wish you the best success in your impeachment inquiry.
Please correct me if I’m wrong, but my understanding is that your committee is looking into impeachment of the president. I do not believe you have authority to impeach a private citizen for expressing her First Amendment rights by writing a book critical of the president. For that reason, I have no intention of complying with your burdensome, irrelevant and harassing request that I produce, inter alia, phone records, e-mails and birthday cards exchanged with several of my friends and acquaintances since 1994.
If it’s any help, however, I believe that you should be able to obtain the same information from Terry Lenzner or another of the president’s private investigators.
Love, Ann.We got the president safely impeached, though sadly not removed from office. I had written a bestselling book to help move that process along, but I was still waiting—and continue waiting to this day—for my check from Richard Mellon Scaife so that newspaper columnists like Gene Lyons who called me a “Scaife-funded blonde” wouldn’t be liars.
Before the publication of my second book—and number one New York Times bestseller—in June 2002, it was widely proclaimed that my career was over. Finished. Kaput.
“DOES THIS MEAN THE END OF ANN COULTER?” —Alex Kuczynski,
New York Times, November 8, 1999
“ANN COULTER SEEMS TO HAVE FALLEN BY THE WAYSIDE, NO
LONGER ENTICING VIEWERS WITH THE BASIC INSTINCT RIDE OF
HER MINISKIRTS AND FATAL ATTRACTION STARE.” —James Wolcott, Vanity Fair, February 2001
And with every statement that brought my career to a crashing halt, I continued to write bestsellers. (Thank you, readers!) My career has been “finished” so many times, I’ve practically made a career out of ending my career. I don’t know how else to get this message across to right-wingers: Liberals aren’t that scary anymore! Please stop apologizing. The current generation of Republicans seems to be stuck in 1973, living in abject terror of a cruel swipe from the moribund mainstream media and hoping to win recognition as a “thoughtful” conservative. If Adolf Hitler were discovered alive and well and living in the Amazon somewhere, a Republican consultant would advise him to denounce me. Liberals would say, “Okay, he’s not so bad. Sure, he’s responsible for the deaths of millions of people, but he’s right about Ann Coulter.” The mainstream media would try to help him—maybe portray him as a victim. Except that no one’s watching their TV shows anymore.
Perhaps there are Young Republicans who can learn. So let me stress this point: You don’t want to be a member of their club. We are in a tooth-and-claw battle for our nation. This is no time to parse, nuance, or clarify words. Liberals don’t rely on words. They judge us on a jurisprudence of epithets. Fight fire with fire. Just call them traitors and let them sort it out.
BTW, she also takes on the conservatives that tried to take her on. Juicy baby.
Surber liked it too.