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    What a skank!
    Who uses that word in public anymore? That's like saying "sit on it" or "jive turkey". This slut drops bombs whenever her name recognition needs a boost. I knew someone in high school who behaved almost exactly her. Of course, it was a guy.
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    Dean and his little gang of "sensitive sissy's", they're the same people that were slobbering, gushing and fawning all over a President of the United States that was "Raping Women" "Using The Oval As His Personal Whore House" "Lying To A Grand Jury" and having a Terrified womens "Cat Killed" and while he was doing all this the Muslims were down in Florida learning how to fly but not land and planning on blowing up New York City.

    This screaming little fool Dean should be busy trying to find out what they are talking obout in the "Mosques Of America" instead of worrying about what some women says about one of his "brother haters".

    What Crybaby's These New Democrats are, Truman, Tip O'Neil, FDR they must be "Vomiting In Heaven"
    "Mommy, Mommy, he called me a name whhaaaaaaaaaaa"
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    Oh, come on, wistah, she's no skank. She's not a slut.

    She's in the news all the time, got regular slots in several outlets. She doesn't need to say something like this to get attention.

    She's a rebel against the liberal establishment, a lot like Sam Adams was in his time.

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    She's a moron and a douche. I can't stand people like her, Mike Moore, Rush, and every other slob that pushes a strictly partisan, BS agenda. She's a goon. That being said, why on earth should a political party appologize, or denounce anything one of these tards says? SHE should appologize or retract, since SHE said it. I got a chuckle out of people demanding that Obama appologize for Geffen's remarks about Hillary. WTF is that crap about? The political exploitation, or politcal ridiculousness in this country is shameful. The sad thing about it is some people worship Coulter and her ilk, like idiots, while others listen to Dean, and say "yeah!". Like I say, there is a 30-40% moron factor when talking the american public.
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    Whoopi Goldberg compared Bush to her own "Bush" (Oh Jesus) the Democrats rolled in the aisle laughing, they squealed, giggled and twittered at Whoopi's humor, when republicans complained about disrespect from the old Ugly Hollywood Bag, the democrats started with their usual freedom of speech sh!t, well now Coulter is showing them a little about her freedom of speech.

    If you want the B!tch Coulter to shut up then make the Hollywood B!tches shut up.
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    lol... the "liberal establishment"... could you be more overdramatic?

    a bit too much Lifetime Channel?
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    I don't think the Dems should appologize for Whooopie, nor should the Repubs appologize for Coulter. If one of them says it at a party convention then maybe they might want to appologize, because of what it might represent, but they wouldn't necessary have to.
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    WHAT!? :eek:
    Get in the bathroom and wash your mouth out with soap!

    Ann Coulter = Sam Adams! JEEZIZ! You gotta be kidding!
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    No Lifetime where I live. You enjoy in my stead, PC.


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    Yeah, Sam Adams. The original, not the beer. Have you read him? He was agitator par excellence against the establishment of his era.

    But, you must have already known that and you're just going for style points.


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    The "establishment" of our era is a fu-ked-up government with Republicans and Democrats taking turns being in control and neither party acting responsibly or patriotic. Add to that an out-of-control materialistic culture that promotes and rewards behavior resembling that of semi-conscious, narcisistic teenagers. Ann Coulter may be an agitator of sorts withing this culture, but the one in which Adams operated was completely different: More civil, patriotic, less selfish and stupid.

    Classic apples and oranges.
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    To each his own. She may not be quite on the scale of Sam when compared with grand scheme of things, but she's in the same ball park, definitely, in my book.

    She is an in-your-face response to the many decades of self-appointed arrogant gurus of American culture, predominantly on the left, the ones who have tried to make the whole cosmos center on themselves.

    She's funny and irreverent to the Politically Correct, which is needed. I don't agree with her all the time, but she makes too many good points to ignore. Similar to Rush in that regard.

    And I say: good for her.
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    She "Talks Back" to the Liberal Far Left Wing Looneys and it drives them Insane, thats why she's a household name and thats why she's all over TV everyday, she's more popular than Jackie Onasiss or Nichole Smith, Maureen Dowd or the Huffington Fool would sell their souls to get the Headlines Coulter gets.

    Nothing drives a Left Wing Looney Ding Dong crazier than having somebody "talk back" to them.

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    Hm-m-m. I'm starting to notice that.


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    Whoopie Goldberg goes too far. Ann Coulter goes too far. I never understand why people with political agendas cant admit when wrong is wrong.
    Goldberg saying what she did about Bush, most anything that come out of Ann Coulters mouth, AND art involving urine and Jesus. All of it stinks.
    Its not about political correctness. Its about the line of decency that our culture crosses more and more everyday.
    Its about civility and common decency and respect.
    Liberals and Conservatives are equally guilty of it. And when it gets to the point when everybody is defending one of their own because they are one of their own, then we all are the losers for it.

    That the left has their own jackasses doesnt lessen the fact that Ann Coulter behaves like a jackass.
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    Whoopie Goldberg is a comedienne. I'm not a particular fan of hers, but I think it's fair to see that humor is in a different category than political punditry. After all, people who listen to Coulter presumably listen to her to aid their political thinking, not to be amused.

    I agree.

    Who are the high profile liberals you're referring to?

    Which "left" jackasses are you referring to? I don't think the left jackasses get nearly as much attention as the right ones, but I could be wrong. The closest I can think of on the left is Michael Moore, but I hardly think he's as bad as Coulter in the way he expresses himself.
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    here are some nice examples from an article reviewing Bernard Goldbergs book. Are these insensitive enough? Or will you trot out excuses to show that only conservatives can be jerks?


    Goldberg Exposes Fellow Liberals' Hate Speech
    Phil Brennan, NewsMax.com
    Thursday, Jan. 3, 2002
    Editor's note: This is part two of a three-part review of veteran CBS newsman Bernard Goldberg's "Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News." See part one: How Media Exploited Homeless.

    Bernard Goldberg begins by quoting an unnamed former colleague as saying, "If arrogance were a crime there wouldn't be enough jail cells to hold all the people in TV news."

    He goes on to cite examples of that arrogance as expressed in the kind of hateful comments made by some of TV's leading news celebrities they would never tolerate if similar remarks had been made by conservatives.

    Totenberg Wants Helms to Catch AIDS

    He leads off with this gutter remark by PBS's ultra-left-wing Nina Totenberg: "f there is retributive justice [Sen. Jesse Helms] will get AIDS from a transfusion, or one of his grandchildren will get it." (As if Jesse Helms is one of those spreading AIDS!)

    "What if," the longtime liberal Goldberg asks, a conservative such as Fred Barnes had said: "If there's any justice in this world, Teddy Kennedy will drive off a bridge late at night and kill himself. Or one or two of his kids."

    He'd be branded as a "contemptible hatemonger," Goldberg answers, noting that from then on every word he wrote or uttered would be "scrutinized for traces of venom ... ."

    'Useless Today' Fanatic Wants Clarence Thomas to Die

    USA Today's Julianne Malveaux, whose leftist sympathies makes Karl Marx look like a right-wing kook, spat out this crudity about Justice Clarence Thomas, a fellow black: "I hope his wife feeds him lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease."

    Instead of being driven out of town after that classic example of hate speech, she "gets invited back on TV talk shows all the time," Goldberg reports.

    He wonders what would have happened to Robert Novak if he made a similar remark about Jesse Jackson, guessing he'd be "compared to the grand wizard of the KKK."

    Newsweek Snob Sneers at Sexual Harassment Victim

    Newsweek's Evan Thomas, who no doubt comes by his elitist Marxist views as a result of being the grandson of the granddaddy of all American socialists, Norman Thomas, a serial candidate for the presidency, had this to say about Paula Jones, one of the many women victimized by Bill Clinton: "some sleazy woman with big hair coming out of the trailer parks ..."

    "Can you imagine him saying that about a not-too-sophisticated, not too-educated, young black or Hispanic woman, as someone 'with big hair coming out of the ghetto'?"

    This is the same Evan Thomas quoted in an earlier chapter as remarking about Ronald Reagan that "he had a kind of an intuitive idiot genius."

    NBC FemiNazi Attacks Linda Chavez; NOW Silent

    Goldberg recalls former NBC Radio reporter Bonnie Erbe telling Linda Chavez that she had a greater chance of being struck by lightning than being raped "at her age."

    He wonders what would have happened if Brit Hume has said anything "so incredibly insensitive and so downright stupid."

    "NOW would have screamed that, like so many men, he just didn't get it, that rape is not about sex, but about 'power and control,' and then just to set an example, the president of NOW would have led a contingent to hang Hume in effigy."

    But when a liberal such as Bonnie Erbe mouths such hate speech on PBS, Goldberg notes, "it's no big deal."

    Of course, the so-called women's group NOW doesn't even care if a Democrat president commits rape, as long as he's pro-abortion.

    'Vile' Left-Wing Fascists at Work

    Other examples of liberal venom he cites include Eleanor Clift's remarks about the impeachment of her adored William Jefferson Clinton: "That herd of managers from the House, I mean, frankly, all they were missing was white sheets."

    Along the same lines, the Arkansas Times wrote that "Kenneth Starr is cunning, ruthless, and about as well mannered as Heirich Himmler." Then there was Los Angeles Times "frequent contributor" Karen Grigsby Bates, who said of Sen. Trent Lott: "Whenever I hear Trent Lott speak, I immediately think of nooses decorating trees. Big trees, with black bodies swinging from the business ends of nooses."

    Wrote Goldberg: "This is vile. Maybe it went over big with what they like to call 'the creative community' in Los Angeles, but it's vile hate speech no matter how you cut it."

    He concludes his chapter by noting that the liberal media "can even hear whispers of what they consider hate speech fifty miles away - whether they imagine that it's coming from conservative talk show hosts or rightwing religious fundamentalists or just about anyone opposed to affirmative action."

    "But," he adds, "they can't hear it dripping off their own nasty tongues ... and probably think 'liberal hate speech' is an oxymoron.

    "It's a good thing arrogance isn't a crime."
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    You're such a fraud. You defend anything (D) or left of center. Have some principles and quit being such a hypocrite. You blindly defended Al Gore's energy bill. You're defending Whoopie Goldbergs comments by saying she's a comedian. Call a spade a spade Frauders!

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