Friday, December 21, 2007

Ann Coulter quotes

"Here the country had finally given liberals a war against
fundamentalism and they don't want to fight it. They would have,
except it would put them on the same side as the United States." --
Ann Coulter, P. 5

"Even Islamic terrorists don't hate America like liberals do. They
don't have the energy. If they had that much energy, they'd have
indoor plumbing by now." -- Ann Coulter, P. 6

"If it were true that conservatives were racist, sexist, homophobic,
fascist, stupid, inflexible, angry, and self-righteous, shouldn't
their arguments be easy to deconstruct? Someone who is making a point
out of anger, ideology, inflexibility, or resentment would presumably
construct a flimsy argument. So why can't the argument itself be
dismembered rather than the speaker's personal style or hidden
motives? Why the evasions?" -- Ann Coulter, P. 10

"What liberals mean by "goose-stepping" or "ethnic cleansing" is
generally something along the lines of "eliminating taxpayer funding
for the National Endowment for the Arts. But they can't say that, or
people would realize they're crazy. So instead they accuse Republicans
of speaking in 'code words.'" -- Ann Coulter, P. 12

"'Moderate Republican' is simply how the blabocracy flatters
Republicans who vote with the Democrats. If it weren't so conspicuous,
the New York Times would start referring to "nice Republicans" and
'mean Republicans.'" -- Ann Coulter, P. 15

"With their infernal racial set-asides, racial quotas, and race
norming, liberals share many of the Klan's premises. The Klan sees the
world in terms of race and ethnicity. So do liberals! Indeed, liberals
and white supremacists are the only people left in America who are
neurotically obsessed with race. Conservatives champion a color-blind
society." -- Ann Coulter, P. 26

"If liberals expressed half as much self-righteous indignation about
crime as they do about the random case of police brutality, one might
be inclined to take them seriously. Criminals they like. It's the
police they hate." -- Ann Coulter, P. 28

"There is no surer proof of a Republican mediocrity than the media's
respect." -- Ann Coulter, P. 51

"Indeed, the media elites covering national politics would be
indistinguishable from the Democratic Party except the Democratic
Party isn't liberal enough. A higher percentage of the Washington
press corps voted for Clinton in 1992 than did his demographic
category: 'Registered Democrats.'" -- Ann Coulter, P. 56

"Liberals pretend to believe that when two random hoodlums kill a gay
man in Oklahoma, it's evidence of a national trend, but when a million
people buy a book, it proves absolutely nothing about the book-buying
public." -- Ann Coulter, P. 103

"Liberals don't believe there is such a thing as "fact" or "truth."
Everything is a struggle for power between rival doctrines." -- Ann
Coulter, P. 113

"If liberals were prevented from ever again calling Republicans dumb,
they would be robbed of half their arguments. To be sure, they would
still have "racist," "fascist," "homophobe," "ugly," and a few other
highly nuanced arguments in the quiver. But the loss of "dumb" would
nearly cripple them." -- Ann Coulter, P. 121

"This is how six-year-olds argue: They call everything "stupid." The
left's primary argument is the angry reaction of a helpless child
deprived of the ability to mount logical counterarguments. Someday we
will turn to the New York Times editorial page and find the Newspaper
of Record denouncing President Bush for being a 'penis-head.'" -- Ann
Coulter, P. 121

"'Stupid' means one thing: "threatening to the interests of the
Democratic Party." The more Conservative the Republican, the more
vicious and hysterical the attacks on his intelligence will be." --
Ann Coulter, P. 125

"Most preposterously, the New York Times reported -- as if it were
news -- "With his grades and college boards, Mr. Bush might not have
been admitted [to Yale] if he had applied just a few years later."
"Might not have been admitted"? What on earth does that mean? Bush
also "might not have been admitted" if he had dropped out of high
school and become a Gangsta Rapper. It so galls Northeastern liberals
that Republican George Bush went to an Ivy League school, they can't
resist publicly fantasizing about an alternative universe in which
Yale rejects him." -- Ann Coulter, P. 136

"The only definition of the "religious right" that ever holds up is
"Republicans Liberals Don't Like." In this sense, it is the molecular
opposite of 'moderate Republicans.'" -- Ann Coulter, P. 174

"Considering the invective constantly being heaped on the "religious
right," it is probably not surprising that few people identify
themselves as members. "Religious Right" is always something somebody
else is, like a 'son of a bitch.'" -- Ann Coulter, P. 177

"The imaginary threat of the "religious right" is important because it
allows liberals to complain about their victimization by religious
zealots. It is not sufficient compensation to be applauded wildly on
Politically Incorrect and other late-night TV shows, profiled in
fawning articles in the New York Times, photographed for People
magazine, showered with awards, Pulitizer Prizes, and other sundry
tributes. Liberals insist that they also be admired for their bravery
in standing up to Christians." -- Ann Coulter, P. 183

"Liberals hate religion because politics is a religion substitute for
liberals and they can't stand the competition." -- Ann Coulter, P. 194

"Much of the left's hate speech bears greater similarity to a
psychological disorder than to standard political discourse. The
hatred is blinding, producing logical contradictions that would be
impossible to sustain were it not for the central element faith plays
in the left's new religion. The basic tenet of their faith is this:
Maybe they were wrong on facts and policies, but they are good and
conservatives are evil. You almost want to give it to them. It's all
they have left." -- Ann Coulter, P. 199

"(L)iberals don't think a majority of Americans support abortion --
otherwise they would welcome the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which
would do nothing more than put abortion to a vote. As their theatrics
on Roe demonstrate, the last thing they want is a vote. Once Americans
were allowed to vote on abortion. Then Roe came along and overturned
the democratically enacted laws of forty-eight states." -- Ann
Coulter, P. 201

"Most of the time, liberals do not imagine the world is real. Their
contribution to political debate is worthless, since even they do not
believe things they say. The more shocking and iconoclastic they are,
the more fashion points they accrue. Liberal Manhattanites believe in
redistribution of their own wealth and ceaseless police brutality like
they believe in Martians." -- Ann Coulter, P. 203

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