Ann Coulter Spews Sewage
Promoted. Originally posted 2008-03-08 18:52:06 -0500.
It would seem the conservative crowd is less than pleased with the candidates on offer in the upcoming presidential election. We need to pay more attention to what the other party is saying and less time eating our own.
As Americans first, and progessives second, it would behoove us to listen to what the noise machine is gearing up for. In Coulter's Feb. 14th column "There's a Democrat Behind Door No. 1, 2 and 3 Coulter has this to say:
Hillary is, shockingly enough, the most conservative candidate among the top three presidential candidates.
Say what?! But then again, John McCain is not a crowd-pleaser ... at least his candidacy does not please the conservative crowd (Loyal Bushies). Coulter's Feb. 6th column tells us how McCain has failed the conservative "litmus test":
- He excoriated Samuel Alito as too "conservative."
- He promoted amnesty for 20 million illegal immigrants.
- He abridged citizens' free speech (in favor of the media) with McCain-Feingold.
- He hysterically opposes waterboarding terrorists and wants to shut down Guantanamo.
- He denounced the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth.
- He opposes ANWR and supports the global warming cult, even posturing with fellow mountebank Arnold Schwarzenegger in front of solar panels.
The rumblings in conservative circles [gutter dive in the comments] seem to indicate that no matter which of the three [McCain, Obama, Clinton] win the White House, the conservatives will lose.
Coulter has plenty of venom to spread around and seems to spread it equally among all three contenders. In her March 5th column she advises Hillary to divorce Bill, and advises Obama to concede the nomination.
Now that Hillary has won three primaries in a row, it's time for Obama to do the classy thing and withdraw from the race. (Obama won Vermont, but that was earlier in the day. Exit polls indicate he took the black vote. Literally. There was just the one.)
The opinions and opinion makers on the right bear watching. November isn't that far off ...
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