Monday, June 05, 2006

DEPRIVED WIVES AT THE RIVIERA IN VEGAS June 5-11




DESTINY & LYDIA: DEPRIVED WIVES AT THE RIVIERA VEGAS
DESTINY & LYDIA are back on stage doing standup together at the RIVIERA IN LAS VEGAS in “DEPRIVED WIVES!”

The duo share their uniquely hilarious insights into love, motherhood, lack of sex and marriage… When they're not mad at their husbands they're known as "HOLLYWOOD MOMS" BUT PLEASE FORGIVE ALL THE BOOB JOKES! I wanted to do highbrow comedy, but it was a tug of war, so I gave in. It's the first time Destiny and I have done this act, so don't be too hard on us!!

June 5-11, Two shows a night 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. Opening act for a fantastic lineup!
Destiny often opens for Paul Rodriguez and is a seasoned standup with years of credits, including: Tonight Show with Jay Leno, VH-1, MTV, Showtime, Paris Casino Vegas, Laugh Factory, Ice House, Comedy Store, Riviera and as one of the original Three Blond Moms! Destiny started in San Fransisco and has many years on the circuit. Lydia and Destiny are best friends and it's delightful to watch their bantering on stage. They are adept at “Clean Comedy," with some more edgy material thrown in. They've spent the last few years getting lots of new comedy material by raising kids, including their husbands.

Lydia Cornell has performed at the Ice House, the Laugh Factory and The Improv. In Barbados last year she co-hosted the World Travel Awards with The Sopranos’ Michael Imperioli and Law and Order's Richard Belzer and What's My Line's Greg Proops. Winning the People's Choice AwardLydia starred as "Sara Rush”, Ted Knight's daughter and Audrey Meadows’ granddaughter, in the hit ABC series Too Close For Comfort — which has been in worldwide syndication for years. Just released on Rhino DVD. A *Best Actress nominee at The Method Fest, Cornell also a political writer and novelist.

Aside from HBO’s “Curb,” she was recently profiled on MSNBC, A&E Biography, EXTRA, TV GUIIDE, Inside TV, ET, E-Channel; People; Femmes Fatales, Women on Top and Asbury Park Press. Lydia is fluent in Spanish.

MARCY WINOGRAD, A TRUE PROGRESSIVE, WILL BEAT JANE HARMON IN 2008! Photo by Margery Epstein.

481 comments:

  1. Good luck with the show Lyd. Dont forget to bring your comedy act to us furry, yet deserving, snow creatures to the north.

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  2. Lydia said

    "BUT PLEASE FORGIVE ALL THE BOOB JOKES!"

    Whats to forgive?

    :D

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  3. Better tell that kid no smoking in the theatre.

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  4. How come your not catching Lydias show Worf?

    BTW, are you guys allowed to smoke in bars and restaurants down there?

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  5. Johnny said "How come your not catching Lydias show Worf?

    BTW, are you guys allowed to smoke in bars and restaurants down there?"

    Worf is sneaky, I could see him going down to Vegas in disguise with the glasses and big nose and not tell anyone LOL :D

    I hope its not smokey in Vegas, I hate smoke, but I think all the Casino's and shows are smokey, i'll know soon though. BTW, I won another $138 in poker Saturday, i'm ready for Vegas.

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  6. How about ALL? those jobs....

    I just want to remind everyone about what a jobless economy this is. In May, only 75,000 new jobs were posted.

    I know few readers are watching the Bureau of Labor Statistics website (http://www.bls.gov/), but I have been. Every month, the BLS posts new data. It also updates old data for past months. Every month so far this year, the previous months’ data has been revised DOWNWARD. What was reported in March as over 200,000 new jobs in Februrary is now reported as 175,000 jobs. What was reported in March as 138,000 jobs for April is now reported as 126,000. This month, the new jobs for May are reported as only 75,000. Just as new graduates are appearing in the job market, this is the lowest new jobs figure since October. In most months, about 150,000 new workers enter the job market, how many more will enter this month?

    For all you trolls who long to kick Bill Clinton around: I want to remind you that at this point in his administration, 15,916,000 net new jobs had been reported. President Bush has reported only 2,635,000 net new jobs in over 5 years. Mr. Clinton is 13,281,000 jobs ahead. To report 2,748,000 new jobs - more than Mr. Bush’s 5+ years total - Mr Clinton needed only 12 months. For May of Mr. Clinton’s sixth year, he reported 401,000 new jobs, his seventh-best month.

    For all you trolls who long to kick Democrats around: Mr. Clinton and his fellow Democrat, Jimmy Carter, reported a total of 33,068,000 net new jobs in their combined 12 years. In their combined 25+ years, Republican presidents since 1968 (Nixon, Ford, Reagan, GHW Bush and GW Bush) have reported 32,583,000 net new jobs. In less than half the time, they had more jobs to report.

    The difference is 485,000 jobs. That’s more than Mr. Bush’s best month of 354,000; it’s more than ELEVEN TIMES Mr. Bush’s average month of 41,000 jobs. It is not however, more than Mr. Clinton’s best month of 506,000 jobs. (btw, Mr. Clinton’s average month was 237,000 jobs, not quite six times Mr. Bush’s average.)

    Trolls, you can flap your all you want, but the HARD TRUTH is that the last two Democrats have been better for the United States economy than the last 5 Republicans.

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  7. I wouldn't go to Las Vegas for anything short of a gun to my head.

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  8. Vegas reminds me of hell.

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  9. Clif good post, and based on that post I can distill the repug mantra down to one sentence that they would never have the balls to admit and that is less workers/peasants= more money for the people at the top.

    see they view outsourcing good paying middleclass jobs as a fantastic miracle of productivity that increases profits and goes right to the bottom line, (their bottom line) Ceo's are now making 400-500 times the averaqge workers salary they view cutting jobs and outsoourcing them to lower wage copuntries as more pie to divide among themselves, apparantly 500 times the average joe's salary isnt enough for the greedy fat cats. Funny thing is we are the only country with such a disparity between Ceo's pay and the average worker.

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  10. I have flown thru Vegas on my way to and from Los Angeles, from what I saw I have no desire to visit...but south western Colorado is appealing good roads for riding and great places to camp...

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  11. Worf said "Vegas reminds me of hell."

    Why is that? is it the gambling, the people the atmosphere????

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  12. Dont mention riding Clif, i'm missing my bike something fierce, but it was 103 here today, probably too hot to ride anyway.

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  13. Clif Said

    south western Colorado is appealing

    You Bet. I love Colorado.

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  14. Mike said;

    Why is that? is it the gambling, the people the atmosphere????


    Please check all of the above.

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  15. And add the fact that its a desolate wasteland where 10 miles outside of the city you could die of exposure.

    Hell you could die of exposure 10 miles inside of the city.

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  16. Vegas is a criminals paradise.

    Mobsters and organized crime in cohoots with the local government, raking in the foolish and greedy, with the lure of free money for the taking.

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  17. Whats their latest tourist slogan?

    What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas?

    Theres an proud motto to be sure.

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  18. If only it were true.

    The truth is lives are ruined in Vegas, fortunes lost, retirements squandered, marriages shattered.

    No sir, what happens in Vegas can follow you for the rest of your life.

    Course, I do like NightClub acts, so there is that one draw for me.

    I love comedy acts, showgirls and most of all, NightClub singers.

    So when I did go to Vegas back in the day, I did enjoy some shows. Suzanne Summers used to do a great one.

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  19. I would have killed to see Bobby Darins last acts.

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  20. I think it was 118 there today

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  21. 118?

    Sounds lovely.

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  22. Course its a dry heat.

    :|

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  23. But you know what they say about Vegas, its not the humidity, its the humanity.

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  24. Been working on the house no riding...but I do not gamble ..and prefer the outdoors to any closed nightclub...

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  25. Amen Clif. I have never enjoyed gambling.

    Its a fools errand to be sure.

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  26. I love it when people say, oh, well I set aside this 500 dollars, so if I loose, at least I had fun.

    :|

    Whats fun about losing 500 dollars?

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  27. I lost a hundred dollar bill once.

    I think I dropped it getting out of a taxi.

    As I recall, it wasn't that fun.

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  28. Man I better hope Lydia doesn't see these.

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  29. Well I love playing poker, but I prefer doing it with a bunch of friends at a house with good food and drink to a smokey casino, but I want to experience the vegas casino thing at least once.

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  30. Yea thats fun.

    Here Mike, I wrote this tonight in ThinkProg.

    This oughta get the trolls out calling me a traitor.

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  31. Mike did you see Bernanke hinted at stagflation is reappearing again...

    The U.S. Federal Reserve needs to be vigilant to make sure inflation stays under control even as the U.S. economy starts to shift to a slower pace of growth, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Monday.

    "It is reasonably clear that the U.S. economy is entering a period of transition," Bernanke told a group of bankers. "The anticipated moderation of economic growth seems now to be under way."

    While welcoming signs of cooler growth, the U.S. central bank chief stressed concerns over core inflation, saying it had reached levels that "if sustained" would put it at or above the upper end of the range consistent with price stability.

    "These are unwelcome developments," Bernanke said of the quickening pace of non-food, non-energy inflation.

    "The (Fed's policy-setting) committee will be vigilant to ensure that the recent pattern of elevated monthly core inflation readings is not sustained," he said.

    "Toward this end, and taking full account of the lags with which monetary policy affects the economy, the committee will seek a trajectory for the economy that aligns economic activity with underlying productive capacity," Bernanke added.

    http://today.reuters.com/business/newsarticle.aspx?type=ousiv&storyID=2006-06-05T233100Z_01_WAT005725_RTRIDST_0_BUSINESSPRO-ECONOMY-CENTRALBANKS-DC.XML

    Given Bernanke stated that stagflation is arising NOW it must be a Bush repug inspired Sagflation

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  32. Oh say can you see

    A prisoners balls in a vice

    While so loudly

    He wailed

    As the current was streaming


    Whose broad stripes on his back

    And the panties on head

    While the battered and beaten

    Were so horribly screaming



    And his captors did swear

    As his flesh they did tear

    With the sticks and the fists

    And the barbwire gleaming


    Oh say does that ban

    On torture yet waiver

    For the poor Iraqi

    And the insurgency

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  33. Worfeus said :

    " FF said Intentionally murdering innocents is not policy

    Oh YES it is.

    When the President of the United States himself publically declares the enemy does NOT warrant the Geneva Convention, then the policy, and the stage, has been set for just such attrocities.

    You can't have your Yellow-Cake and eat it too.

    Worfeus, i've wanted to comment on this all day but had a busy day at work, i think like usual FF is focused on Symantics, he is right that the action is indefensible and that the soldiers should be punished swiftly and severely to send a message that behavior like that will not be tolerated, and while looking at the letter of the law the administration never openly supported or encourage that type of behavior, but looking at the spitit of their actions of circumventing the Geneva Convention thats exactly what they did.

    No Maybe Bush and Rummy didnt actually declare murdering children as policy or order the soldiers to do so, but the soldiers could sense that they did not place much value on human life if they were willing to disregard the Geneva Convention and some may have figured they could get away with it, just like a child whose parents are lobbying to roll the legal drinking back to 18 and who regularly say 18 year olds should be allowed to drink and or having a few drinks and driving is ok but dont specifically tell their kids to get hammered and get behind the wheel and kill someone. they just like the Bush administration are guilty of contributing to what happeneded even if they didnt directly or implicitly cause it.

    See Worf I am with you 100% that disregarding the Geneva Convention is reprehensible and disgusting, and i'm positive it has cultivated a mindset among some of the the soldiers that Human life is not valuable and murder and torture is ok. I'm not excusing the soldiers, they are responsible for their actions and the vast majority are probably bad apples, but I feel that disregarding the Geneva Convention has definately contributed in someway to this type of behavior by fostering that mindset that the iraqi's are less than human, and regardless of wether it contributed in a small way or not, wrong is wrong.

    But again to sum up the point the Bush Administration contributed to the masacre even if they didnt directly order or cause it. Its kind of hard to claim to be liberating and helping people and that we are the "good guys" if we ignore the Geneva Convention, thats what made us better than the rest of the world, we didnt murder or torture people like the Nazi's or Viet Comg etc.... and Bush destroyed our good name and brought us down to their level and is rolling around in the mud with the likes of them.

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  34. I heard some of it Clif, I'm kind of surprised he used the "stagflation" word, but I think he's trying to sell people that the economy is slowing so he doesnt have to raise rates.

    Bernanke doesnt want inflation to run wild so the asians get spooked and dump the dollar and stop financing our debt, but at the same time he wants to run the economy on the hot side so inflation, inflates away and eases our debt burden (both government and consumer) like Greenspan I think he was trying to soothe or smooth talk the market so he wont have to raise rates, and with the weak job report and think he will pause and not raise rates unless some new data comes out before the 28 that forces him to.

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  35. Mike Bernanke did not say stagflation ....DIRECTALLY....he said that we need to keep working on inflation during the economic slowdown...ie the defination of stagflation...a slowing economy with inflation....just like the late 70's and early 80's last time oil prices went thru the roof..coincedentally....

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  36. Clif, i've been saying for 3 years now that we were going to have a repeat of the 1970's with stagflation and high oil prices and a bear market in stocks excepty oil/energy and gold those will run just like they did in the 70's.

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  37. Well Mike ....Bernie B. finally figgered that out. Hope he's got lots of extra cash printed cause he might need it.....When the Chinese and japanese..and British call our debts

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  38. Tall Texan5:49 AM

    Book Review

    Coulter Attacks the Cult of Liberalism

    by Lisa De Pasquale
    Posted Jun 05, 2006

    In Godless: The Church of Liberalism (Crown Forum, 2006), HUMAN EVENTS legal affairs correspondent Ann Coulter lays out one of the most original and perceptive philosophies on the cult of liberalism.


    Get Yours FREE!
    She states, "Under the guise of not favoring religion, liberals favor one cosmology over another and demand total indoctrination into theirs. The state religion of liberalism demands obeisance (to the National Organization for Women), tithing (to teachers' unions), reverence (for abortion), and formulaic imprecations ('Bush lied, kids died!'' 'Keep your laws off my body!' 'Arms for hostages!'). Everyone is taxed to support indoctrination into the state religion through public schools where innocent children are taught a specific belief system, rather than, say, math."

    For years liberals have relied on a strategy of faking out the American public in order to win elections. Instead of accurately articulating their beliefs and engaging in an honest debate, they scour the nation for the perfect patsy. A hysterical mother who is willing to go on national television and call the President a "fuhrer" and "evil maniac" is akin to seeing the stigmata. Liberals' ecstasy over Cindy Sheehan, Max Cleland, and the widows who made a spectacle of themselves in the midst of the 9/11 Commission epitomizes their secret weapon for winning back America -- a doctrine of infallibility in which victory goes to the most hysterical.

    As Coulter writes:


    Finally, the Democrats hit on an ingenious strategy: They would choose only messengers whom we're not allowed to reply to. That’s why all Democratic spokesmen these days are sobbing, hysterical women. You can't respond to them because that would be questioning the authenticity of their suffering. Liberals haven't changed the message, just the messenger. All the most prominent liberal spokesmen are people with "absolute moral authority" -- Democrats with a dead husband, a dead child, a wife who works at the CIA, a war record, terminal illness, or as a last resort, being on a first-name basis with Nelson Mandela. Like Oprah during Sweeps Week, liberals have come to rely exclusively on people with sad stories to improve their Q rating. They've become the "Lifetime" TV Network of political parties. Liberals prey on people at a time of extreme emotional vulnerability and offer them fame and fortune to be that month’s purveyor of hate. Victory goes to the most hysterical.

    By embracing phony prophets, liberals strip away any honesty and credibility they may have once had with the public. Unlike Christians, liberals can't shield themselves from criticism by referring to their most outspoken nuts as just a small group of fringe leaders. On the contrary, their leaders are writing curriculum for public schools, cloning obnoxious "apple-polishers" at colleges and universities and intimidating small towns with baseless lawsuits.

    In the aptly titled chapter, "The Liberal Priesthood: Spare the Rod, Spoil the Teacher," Coulter peels back the political correctness surrounding the public education bureaucracy, "We are simultaneously supposed to gasp in awe at teachers' raw dedication and be forced to listen to their incessant caterwauling about how they don't make enough money. Well, which is it? Are they dedicated to teaching or are they in it for the money? After all the carping about how little teachers are paid, if someone enters the teaching profession for the big bucks, aren't they too stupid to be teaching our kids?"

    Books like The Professors, Brainwashed and The Shadow University, exposed liberals' stranglehold on college campuses. But it wasn't until 10th-grader Sean Allen taped his world geography teacher's rant against President Bush that many Americans woke up to the reality of what is going on in K-12 public schools. During his world geography class, Jay Bennish engaged in a 20 minute tirade against President Bush and America, leading to the unoriginal conclusion that Bush is like Hitler. Coulter writes, "Anyone who uses this adolescent cliché should not be in the tenth grade, much less teaching it." Congratulations, Jay Bennish, this clever observation makes you qualified to replace a nose-pierced barista at Starbucks!

    Comparing priests and teachers, Coulter notes, "The worst scandal to hit the real churches in 20 years is the priest child-molestation scandal -- which pales in comparison to the teacher child-molestation problem." By comparing studies done on the number of children sexually abused by priests and those sexually abused by teachers and accounting for unreported cases, Coulter concludes that there are roughly 821 children abused by priests per year and 32,000 children abused by educators per year. Given the increasingly explicit sex-education curriculum foisted on children and the incessant assurance from "experts" like Dr. Jocelyn Elders and U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop that it’s OK for children to be sexual beings, it’s no wonder that predatory teachers treat them as such.

    Much of Godless exposes the contempt that liberals have for science, especially as it relates to disproving their religious doctrine. Using their strategy of capitalizing on sympathetic messengers, liberals counter science by parading Christopher Reeves, Michael J. Fox and the Reagan family in order to distract from the evidence favoring adult stem cell research over embryonic stem cell research. Coulter puts together an impressive list of successful achievements using adult stem cells, including repairing spinal cord injuries, treating sickle-cell anemia, restoring bone marrow in cancer patients, restoring eye sight and repairing weakened heart muscles. However, adult stem cell research does lack one crucial element -- it doesn't involve the destruction of life. Coulter writes, "At least embryonic stem-cell researchers have a clear financial incentive to lie about adult stem-cell research. Liberals just want to kill humans. … Stem-cell research on embryos is an even worse excuse for the slaughter of life than abortion. No woman is even being spared an inconvenience this time."

    The final chapters of Godless should be required reading for all science classes, much like Treason should be required for all American history classes. Coulter illustrates why evolution is so important to the church of liberalism, "Liberals' creation myth is Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, which is about one notch above Scientology in scientific rigor. It's a make-believe story, based on a theory that is a tautology, with no proof in the scientist's laboratory or the fossil record -- and that's after 150 years of very determined looking. We wouldn't still be talking about it but for the fact that liberals' think evolution disproves God."

    With the help of the ACLU, liberals and their lawsuits have intimidated school districts into teaching evolution or what Coulter calls -- quoting mathematician David Berlinski -- "the last of the 19th century mystery religions." It's the equivalent of pointing and yelling, "Witch!" In Dover, Pa., a small group of parents backed by the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State sued the school district to prevent the teaching of intelligent design in a high school biology class. The judge ruled in their favor and the school district was ordered to pay the plaintiffs' legal fees, in excess of $1 million. Coulter explains, "After Dover, no school district will dare breathe a word about 'intelligent design,’ unless they want to risk being bankrupted by ACLU lawsuits. The Darwinists have saved the secular sanctity of their temples: the public schools. They didn't win on science, persuasion, or the evidence. They won the way liberals always win: by finding a court to hand them everything they want on a silver platter."

    For those of us who had to endure countless viewings of "Inherit the Wind" when biology teachers had a hangover and needed the lights off, Coulter gives the true history behind the Scopes trial in Dayton, Tenn. This phony trial was conceived by civic leaders and the ACLU, who agreed upfront to pay for costs incurred by the defense and the prosecution. Coulter writes, "The rest of Tennessee was not so thrilled with Dayton's public relations stunt. Chattanooga Congressman Foster V. Brown summarized the whole affair when he said the trial was 'not a fight for evolution or against evolution, but a fight against obscurity.'"

    Liberals weren't the first to use Darwinism to justify a political movement. After reading "The Origin of Species," Karl Marx wrote, "This is the book which contains the basis in natural history for our views." Coulter writes, "While Marx saw the 'struggle' as among classes, Hitler conceived of the struggle as among the races. 'Mein Kampf' means 'My Struggle,' which Hitler described in unmistakably Darwinian terms."

    From Darwinism to Nazism to Liberalism -- finally, some proof in favor of evolution!

    In the mockumentary, "This is Spinal Tap," one of the band members points out to a journalist that while most amp volume knobs go to 10, theirs go to 11. To borrow from the philosophy of Spinal Tap, Godless is Coulter at 11 -- at her funniest and most insightful. In How to Talk to Liberal (If You Must), Coulter writes, "People don't get angry when lies are told about them; they get angry when the truth is told about them." Perhaps the best compliment one can give to Godless is that it will totally enrage liberals.



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  39. Tall Texan6:13 AM

    Worf, the post at 3:17 from the previous blog was not me. FYI.

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  40. Good luck Marcy, even if it is an uphill battle.

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  41. Tall Texan said...
    Book Review

    Coulter Attacks the Cult of Liberalism

    by Lisa De Pasquale
    Posted Jun 05, 2006

    In Godless: The Church of Liberalism (Crown Forum, 2006), HUMAN EVENTS legal affairs correspondent Ann Coulter lays out one of the most original and perceptive philosophies on the cult of liberalism.


    A quote from the book:

    *ahem*

    "Gooboogoogawoggashmogga...POOPIES!"

    And that passes for intelligent writing on the right.

    TT, trim your posts or I'll report you for copyright violations.

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  42. Tall Texan8:54 AM

    Carl, report me right now if you like. This was a preview chapter that was distributed for free and intended to be plastered all over the Net, to entice interest in the book.

    But, please, I beg you, report me right this second. Lottsa luck you little bluffer. Report Clif while you're at it.

    Now watch Carl crawl back into his cave and assume a fetal position.

    But I do admire Carl's sincerity. I know he care's soooo much about the rights of Ann Coulter.

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  43. Well I'm glad he posted it.

    If THATS all the Medusa came up with after all that hooey baloooey, then her book is a train wreck (just like the administration shes stupid enough to still endorse).

    Coulters an idiot if she thinks that 7th grader crapola is going to impress anyone other than the most brainwashed goosesteppers on the planet.

    Liberals do NOT revere abortion. We do not insist on some sort of centrailzed dogma, and we do not let Cindy Sheehan speak for us.

    Hell I haven't even SEEN Cindy Sheehan for months now! Coulters a fool, and if this excerpt is an example from her book, and IF Coulter is supposed to be an example of the best the right has to offer up to attack us, then 08 is in the bag, LMFAO.

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  44. TT said;

    Coulter writes, "While Marx saw the 'struggle' as among classes, Hitler conceived of the struggle as among the races. 'Mein Kampf' means 'My Struggle,' which Hitler described in unmistakably Darwinian terms."

    I doubt the hillbilly Coulter has even read Mein Kampf.

    First, the use of the word Kampf, while being interpreted as struggle, really refers more to a battle, or war. My battle would be a better interpretation of the word, although My Struggle has been widely interpreted by the layreader.

    Secondly, if she had actually READ Mein Kampf, something I did when I was 16, she'd know that Hitler expressed the exact same views as the conservative Religious Right on everything from Homosexuality, Marriage, Pre-Emptive War and the supposed special spiritual nature of the Caucasian in relation to the other races.

    Reading what she wrote here, sounds like she downed a bottle of Ole Grandad, sat down on the porch swing in front of her double-wide, and started hammering out general liberal bashing talking points from old episodes of the Factor and Hannity and Colmes.

    Sorry Ann, but this doesn't even qualify as literature.

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  45. Maybe they could do like they did to that book, "A million little peices" and move it from the Non-Fiction to the Fiction section.

    Then at least people won't be asking for their money back.

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  46. Tall Texan9:21 AM

    Carl, I notice your little Avian Flu blog has lots of unattribted copies of news articles. Maybe you should report yourself, but to whom? I can see Carl now, calling 911 and reporting a non-existent copyright violation. Maybe they'll send a SWAT team.

    Be a man and tell the truth: you didn't like what Ann Coulter had to say so created some other spurious reason to object to her words being posted here.

    That's what happened, and you know it, I know it, and anyone else here with an ounce of intellectual honesty knows it.

    So Carl (AKA the "Bluffer") did you call 911 yet? Did you ask for a SWAT team.

    What a little faker.

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  47. TT, get over it.

    I think its safe to assume Carl was being sarcastic on the copyright violation.

    But feel free to focus on Carls quip if you must, after all, God knows theres nothing you can say to defend this pathetic 7th grade dribble you posted from the Queen Bitch herself.

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  48. Tall Texan9:26 AM

    At least Worf has the courage to attack an idea with which he disagrees with his own opnions. I may disagree with him, but I respect that.

    Carl, on the other hand, just wants to silence ideas he disagrees with.

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  49. TT Said

    Perhaps the best compliment one can give to Godless is that it will totally enrage liberals.


    LMFAO

    Sorry to dissapoint you boys, but you're going to have to wait for us to stop laughing before we can discuss appeasing you with any rage.

    I mean, if I were Coulter, I'd be embarrassed.

    I thought she was supposed to be smart or something?

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  50. The reviewer writes

    Much of Godless exposes the contempt that liberals have for science

    Then, from the book, he quotes Coulter as saying;

    After Dover, no school district will dare breathe a word about 'intelligent design,’ unless they want to risk being bankrupted by ACLU lawsuits


    BWAHA HA HA HA HO HO HA HEE HE

    THATS RICH!

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  51. Hey TT.

    I got an idea.

    How about all you good republicans send your kids to schools that teach man was created 6000 years ago by a guy in the sky with a long white beard.

    We'll send our kids to schools that teach, you know, proven science and scientific theorums based on real evidence and data.

    Then you're kids can grow up to be blithering idiots and ours can grow up to actually USE the brains God gave them.

    Sound like a plan ole buddy?

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  52. I have no problem with having "SPECIAL SCHOOLS" for Conservatives that teach silliness instead of science.

    No problem at all.

    Hell I'd even be on board for funding them equally to "real" schools.

    Let em all grow up to be morons.

    I'm down with that.

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  53. Tall Texan10:13 AM

    Actually, Worf, that's one area where I disagree with Coulter.

    I say teach science in school, and let the parents take some responsibilty in deciding what to teach kids about religion and/or spiritualty (or atheism or agosticism, etc.).

    We don't need schools teaching our kids about the gay agenda, nor do we need them teaching our kids about a belief or nonbelief in God.

    There are just some things that should be left to parents, in my opinion, but many parents are too lazy to take their kids to their preferred place of worship, or to talk to them about the birds and the bees. Parents need to start being parents again and stop asking schools to do things that parents ought to be doing.

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  54. TT

    but many parents are too lazy to take their kids to their preferred place of worship, or to talk to them about the birds and the bees

    A. What law would you propose to compell parents to take their kids to a place of worship?

    B. How is it the governments job to compell parents to talk to their kids about sex?

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  55. Just a question, but don't you think the government has more important things to worry about, like say, oh, gee, I don't know, Iran, Iraq, China, North Korea, Terrorisim, Nuclear Proliferation, 3 states demolished from floods, etc?

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  56. But hey, what am I saying?

    You guys go on and worry about things like Gay Marriage, Flag Burning, and what parents teach to their kids.

    It will make it so much easier when we kick your asses come Novemnber 06 and 08.

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  57. Tall Texan10:44 AM

    Worf writes:
    "A. What law would you propose to compell parents to take their kids to a place of worship?

    "B. How is it the governments job to compell parents to talk to their kids about sex?"

    With regard to "A," I am not calling for any law. I am calling for parents to be parents and not ask schools to do the things parents ought to be doing. If you want to raise your kids with a religious background, then take them to a house of worship. If you are an atheist or agnostic, then don't. We don't need a law for this. This ought to be common sense for any responsible parent who cares about their kids.

    With regard to "B," it's pretty much the same thing. If you want to tell your kids that premarital sex is ok, then do so. If you think otherwise, instill those values in your children. We don't need any more laws to enforce basic common sense parenting.

    My gripe is that too many parents want to leave these jobs to schools, and my point is that these things should not be left to schools, and schools should do what schools do best, which is to teach, instruct, and impart knowledge.

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  58. TT said;

    With regard to "A," I am not calling for any law. I am calling for parents to be parents and not ask schools to do the things parents ought to be doing.

    Really?

    How exactly does one go about "calling for parents to be parents"?

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  59. Tall Texan11:13 AM

    Worf, there are many "shoulds" in the world. Not all of them require a law. We should be nice to our neighbors, we shouldn't lie to our friends, etc., but none of these "shoulds" are codified into law, nor do they need to be.

    Just because I "call" for something doesn't mean that it must be backed up by force of law. As it stands, the organized teaching of religion in public schools is unconstitutional by virtue of the Establishment Clause.

    Now, what's your solution?

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  60. Well gee I don't know, but don't pretend that just because you seem more erudite than your counterparts, doesn't mean they aren't actively trying to pass legislation on these very issues.

    But as far as sex being taught in the home, and not the school, on that, you and I are in complete agreement.

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  61. And as for teaching religion in schools, ditto.

    But, and its a big BUTT, your Party just spent the last year trying to get religious dogma mingled with science, so once again, don't act like just because you have vision, that your party doesn't wear bi-focals.

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  62. Bush offers Iran Nuclear technology if they stop enriching uranium.

    What a strategy. Give the "axis of evil" just what they need to destroy you.

    What a President.

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  63. Bagdad:

    1400 Iraqi civilians were killed during the month of May.

    This figure doesn't include civilians killed in insurgent bombings.

    9 heads were discovered Tuesday near Baquba.

    Isn't Bush a great leader?

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  64. Not to be picky Larry, but the technology the Bush administration is offering is "Reactor" technology.

    This is not the same as giving them weapons. This really can't be used to make bombs. They need to do other things for that. And they already have the capability to do that, so I actually applaud this step for the Administration.

    Its a step towards peace. It should have been done earlier, but better late than never.

    We need to acknowledge and encourage smart moves from Bush.

    If we can't impeach him, maybe we can train him.

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  65. Worf said

    "Reading what she wrote here, sounds like she downed a bottle of Ole Grandad, sat down on the porch swing in front of her double-wide,"

    LOL :D

    Hey TT, fix me up witn Ann......I,ll have her picking up my well used, Canadian underwear in no time!

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  66. TT

    I completely agree with your 10:13 AM post.

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  67. Get a room Johnny.

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  68. Johnny said;

    Hey TT, fix me up witn Ann......I,ll have her picking up my well used, Canadian underwear in no time!


    You know she's really Skeletor under that wig, right?

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  69. She looks like a pipe cleaner with a mouth.

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  70. From Coulters Bio on Wikepedia

    Ann Coulter was born in Darien, Connecticut and later raised in New Canaan, Connecticut, in a family she describes as “upper middle class”. Coulter’s two older brothers are John and James.

    Her father, John V. Coulter, a lawyer, represented clients in opposition to labor unions before obtaining a government job as a constable. Her mother, Nell M. Coulter, is a member of the New Canaan Republican Town Committee.


    Gee, daddy fought with big business against us steerage being able to unionize. He sounds like a real “people person”.

    And mommy is a member of the New Canaan Republican “Town” Committee,

    Wonder what a “commitee” like that does in between book burnings and placing Liberal stickers on democrat owned store front windows?

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  71. I think “upper” middle class in New Canaan means you’ve got a porch on your double-wide.

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  72. Johnny said "TT

    I completely agree with your 10:13 AM post."

    for once I agree with TT to, except for the drivel he posted from coulter, he made a lot of sense for the most part.

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  73. Worf said "She looks like a pipe cleaner with a mouth."


    LOL, I was going to say a toilet brush, but a pipe cleaner with a mouth works, i'll bet she's cleaned lots of pipes to get were she is because after reading the exerpts from the book, it sure wasnt her brain or intellect that got her there.

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  74. Mike said...
    Johnny said "TT
    I completely agree with your 10:13 AM post."

    for once I agree with TT to, except for the drivel he posted from coulter, he made a lot of sense for the most part.
    3:24 PM


    If you guys actually read my posts, you'd see that we were in agreement with what should be taught in school.

    But he's way out of step with his party on that one.

    Way out of step.

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  75. Worf said

    " Get a room Johnny."


    No thanx Flavius, I like chix.

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  76. he is out of step with his party, and thats probably one of the first things I agreed with him on.

    as for the Coulter book, those lies were so blatant and riddiculous that it was almost laughable. How ANYONE could give that woman ANY credibility is beyond me.

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  77. “I think the government should be spying on all Arabs, engaging in torture as a televised spectator sport, dropping daisy cutters wantonly throughout the Middle East and sending liberals to Guantanamo.”

    Ann Coulter
    December 21, 2005

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  78. "Liberals hate America, they hate flag-wavers, they hate abortion opponents, they hate all religions except Islam, post 9/11.

    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
    June 2002

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  79. It would be a much better country if women did not vote.

    That is simply a fact


    Ann Coulter
    May 17, 2003

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  80. Worf said "If you guys actually read my posts, you'd see that we were in agreement with what should be taught in school.

    But he's way out of step with his party on that one.

    Way out of step."


    I always read your posts and usually agree with them and was in agreement with this one as well, I just figured me actually agreeing with TT was a historic moment that need to be acknowledged, (now i wonder if Hell is going to freeze over? LOL)

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  81. Mike hell might not freeze over but today is 6-6-06..think about why Ann-azi released her book TODAY.....

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  82. Stoppit worf,

    You're getting me all excited with the Ann Coulter quotes...mmmmmmmm

    BTW, anybody body watch her knock Matt Liar down a peg this morning? Almost as much fun as her stomping a mud hole in Katie Communist's arse last year!

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  83. Clif said "Mike hell might not freeze over but today is 6-6-06..think about why Ann-azi released her book TODAY....."

    clif, I couldnt think of a more fitting day for that witch to release her book.

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  84. Unless maybe April fools day since fools would be her main audience.

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  85. Gee, and now here comes Voltaire.

    You know Clif, I've noticed the same phenomenon over in ThinkProg this evening, with their Ann Coulter article.

    Seems ALL the trolls are suddenly out in force.

    Now we know where all the trolls are coming from.

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  86. Field commanders tell Pentagon Iraq war 'is lost'
    By DOUG THOMPSON
    Jun 5, 2006, 07:13



    Military commanders in the field in Iraq admit in private reports to the Pentagon the war "is lost" and that the U.S. military is unable to stem the mounting violence killing 1,000 Iraqi civilians a month.

    Even worse, they report the massacre of Iraqi civilians at Haditha is "just the tip of the iceberg" with overstressed, out-of-control Americans soldiers pushed beyond the breaking point both physically and mentally.

    "We are in trouble in Iraq," says retired army general Barry McCaffrey. "Our forces can't sustain this pace, and I'm afraid the American people are walking away from this war."

    Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has clamped a tight security lid on the increasingly pessimistic reports coming out of field commanders in Iraq, threatening swift action against any military personnel who leak details to the press or public.


    http://www.capitolhillblue.com/artman/publish/printer_8790.shtml

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  87. Coulter's minions.

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  88. Funny, I remember TT saying he wasnt a fan of Coulter now he's posting excerpts from the book on opening day, sure seems like a fan to me.

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  89. Ann the the cross dressing Nazi impersonator is simply a diversion for now...things are soooo bad that even she does not believe her bile and slime but the idiot neo-cons and bedwetting trolls buy it to prove their loyality...so she writes the idiots guide to being an idiot..all the while trying to figure out where to vote next time

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  90. Voltaire said...

    BTW, anybody body watch her knock Matt Liar down a peg this morning?

    If that is what you call knocking someone down a peg...Ann was week and basically has been ridiculed all day by the press..(except for Faux of course)

    If you want to see somebody take a talking head down a FEW pegs you should watch Jon Stewart's interview with Bill Bennett...it is classic...poor Bill kept choking on his own words right after Jon's replies...he spun himself into untenable positions - weak - weak on Bennetts part...if those two are your better propogandists..(along with the drug addict) you all need help.....real help....the Kind KKKarl does not know where to get because the spinmeisters are weak ... and spinmeisters are all KKKarl really has...

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  92. No wonder Ann's book is expected to seel so well hell at $1 it ain't much...in cost or reality

    http://www.conservativebookclub.com/DefaultJoin.asp?

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  93. Tall Texan2:27 AM

    " Mike said...
    Funny, I remember TT saying he wasnt a fan of Coulter now he's posting excerpts from the book on opening day, sure seems like a fan to me.

    5:09 PM"

    I think I said something to the effect of me not being a big fan of hers. I'm still not a big fan of hers, but because so many Liberals devote so much time to hating her, I figured she may be pretty good.

    Clif, trim your posts or Carl will send a SWAT team to your house.

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  94. Voltaire said

    "You're getting me all excited with the Ann Coulter quotes...mmmmmmmm"

    Sorry Volt, but you have no "choice" in the matter. Ann clearly said she likes Canadian cowboys, thus its only a matter of time before I have her mooing in the pasture.

    However, if you were to kindly share that smoke your enjoying, I may consider letting you have sloppy seconds.

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  95. I WOULD share the smoke Johnny,
    but I'm afraid it may be toxic.
    Look what it did to my skin and
    organs....

    What you're smoking seems to keep
    you young looking....

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  96. I WOULD share the smoke Johnny,
    but I'm afraid it may be toxic.
    Look what it did to my skin and
    organs....

    What you're smoking seems to keep
    you young looking....

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  97. Not to mention what it's done to my ability to cleanly post only once....LOL

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  98. Worf, I'll tell you the secret.

    Nobody sent us out. We just know how Ann gets you guys knickers in a bunch and we come to watch cause it's funny....

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  99. I was sad to hear about Winograd, Lyd.

    But she fought a good fight and maybe this will scare Harman into being a Democrat, finally.

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  100. Tall Texan said...

    Clif, trim your posts or Carl will send a SWAT team to your house.


    No. Yours.

    So post away, Clif!

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  101. Voltaire said...
    Worf, I'll tell you the secret.

    Nobody sent us out. We just know how Ann gets you guys knickers in a bunch and we come to watch cause it's funny....


    So then me calling conservatives like you a bunch of chicken-livered closeted homosexuals who are warmongering criminals...that's all just in humour, right?

    Don't count on it, is all I'm saying :-D

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  102. Tall Texan said...

    Carl, on the other hand, just wants to silence ideas he disagrees with.


    Not at all.

    It's called Netiquette. Perhaps your parents didn't take you to Sunday School to learn how to play nice, but people shouldn't have to scroll endlessly past a post.

    Capisci? Excerpt, and link.

    Get it? Got it? Good.

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  103. Tall Texan said...
    But I do admire Carl's sincerity. I know he care's soooo much about the rights of Ann Coulter.


    Actually, it's Lisa De Pasquale I care about. It's her creation, and it's her right to have people read it in the context in which it was written, which I note HAD A COPYRIGHT NOTICE ON IT!

    It's still theft, TT.

    You're a criminal and a hood.

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  104. Tall Texan8:24 AM

    Carl, you are a hypocrite because I notice that you have plenty of articles, or portions of articles, on your blogs, and on this blog, by far and away, Clif cuts and pastes the most, but one can surmise that because those posts support a Liberal position, you look the other way.

    Did you get permission to post those items on your blog? I didn't think so.

    Well, you threatened to turn me in yesterday, and I said you were bluffing, and I've called your bluff repeatedly.

    Please, DO IT NOW -- turn me in you little bluffer. Don't wait. You must not allow these posts to exist on Lydia's blogs. This is a grave threat the security of the entire Internet. Besides, you would be laughed out of court since you don't even have legal standing to sue to enforce the alleged copyright interests of another person.

    Let the *authors* of the articles protect *their* rights, and *you* worry about *your* rights.

    No, where's that SWAT team I was hoping for?

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  105. My take on Ann Coulter

    See, TT? That's the way you do it.

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  106. Linked and credited, precisely as determined by the W3 group as being the appropriate way of posting quotations from another piece.

    Got another straw man, pussy?

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  107. Go git some learnin', son, and mebbe one day yew kin eat at the adult table...

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  108. Tall Texan8:41 AM

    Carl, you can't even be honest. If I posted a Liberal article in its entirety like Clif does all the time (with or without the link -- it has no legal significance) you would be cheering and saying "Bravo."

    Isn't honesty the best policy here. Do really think that ANYONE on this blog thinks you care about the alleged copyright interests of a Conservative reviewer.

    Your posts don't even pass the laugh test.

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  109. Oh, TT, I don't give a damn about Clif's long posts.

    I'm just giving YOU a taste of Coulter's medicine, you thieving, copyright infringing, little piece of Texan trash.

    Does it taste good? Huh?

    You are all "WOW!" when she gives liberals slanders like godless and immoral, but when it's applied to you....LEGITIMATELY...it's "Waa! Waa! Waa! The big bully liberal spanked me!"

    Thus endeth the lesson.

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  110. Tall Texan9:23 AM

    By the way, Worf, Johnny, et. al., thanks for the kind words yesterday. We don't often find ourselves in agreement. Whoever said that it was because of 6/6/06 might have been on to something. We might have to wait for Friday the 13th for the next such occasion! (Just kidding.)

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  111. TT what I usually post is not liberal rants by idiots like Mann Coulter...but news stories from around the WORLD you know the 95.6% of Gods children who do not necessarily live inside the USA..along with some stories about those who do....but do continue to rant and cry about the difference between your bloviated rants penned by others and the liberal reality in the facts of the news....

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  112. Stories like this one TT...

    Army moving ahead with brigade deployment to Iraq that was put on hold in May

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    WASHINGTON, June 7 — An Army brigade whose deployment to Iraq was put on hold just last month is now preparing to ship its vehicles and other equipment for an expected one-year tour of duty, a defense official said Wednesday.

    The move suggests that American commanders are sticking largely to their original plan for troop rotations this summer, leaving unclear when and if a sizable reduction in U.S. troop levels will begin this year. The top U.S. commander in Iraq, Gen. George Casey, had said last year that he expected ''fairly substantial'' reductions this spring and summer so long as progress on the political and security fronts remained on track.
    There are about 132,000 U.S. troops in Iraq.
    On May 8, the Pentagon announced that the 2nd Brigade of the 1st Infantry Division, based at Schweinfurt, Germany, would not begin its deployment to Iraq as scheduled. It said the brigade, with about 3,500 soldiers, was receiving a revised deployment date but did not disclose the date. It also said the delayed deployment reflected a desire by U.S. commanders to assess the security situation and consult with Iraqi officials.
    Since then violence, including sectarian strife, has not abated. The new Iraqi government also has yet to select ministers of defense or interior — who would oversee the Iraqi army and police.
    Although the brigade in Germany has begun loading its equipment for shipment to Iraq, a final decision on sending the soldiers is pending, the official said, adding that it likely would be made this week. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss troop movement plans publicly.


    http://famulus.msnbc.com/famulusintl/ap06-07-085441.asp?reg=mideast&vts=6720060901

    You know a story about how the US Military is sending troops toi Iraq to keep the troop strength up because it is a fiasco which shows no signs of abating...and the Iraqi's has let another deadline slip by with no Defence or interior minister...thus no "Working" government 6 months after the 'mother of all elections' which was supposed to create a glorius central government which would have all Iraqi's praising us for the "democracy" we brought them at the end of a M16 and kill those who get in the way...or might be close by when some go off on a shooting rant.

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  113. Conservative Utopia? We Don't Have To Guess


    http://www.boomantribune.com/story/2006/6/7/125023/5706

    The world has never seen what a liberal one looks like.

    The world has never seen what can happen when the Common Good is emphasized over the Power of Elites, while maintaining a capitalist system and freedom of innovation.

    The world has never seen what can happen when racism is completely eliminated.

    the world has never seen what can happen when the stain of religious intolerance has been wiped clean.

    The world has never seen what can happen when military is only used to keep the peace and prevent brutality, instead of to prop up evil dictators and corporatist regimes.

    The world has never seen what can happen when government is completely transparent.

    The world has never seen these things because it requires people to appeal to the better angels of their nature--and because our basest instincts are easy to appeal to for political gain by corrupt elites.

    The world HAS seen, however, what "Conservative" Utopia looks like. We don't have to guess about that.

    The world has seen what a nation looks like where:

    the government does not regulate business;

    where the government's primary responsibility is enforcement of public morality;

    where local control is prioritized over federal control;

    where taxes are virtually nonexistent;

    where every citizen not only has the right to, but DOES carry a gun--in public;

    where military spending is over 90% of the budget;

    where the only social safety net is through religious organizations;

    where the nation's leaders claim authority straight from God, and rely solely on religious doctrine for their legal authority;

    where women's obligation is to bear children and be subservient to their husbands, with no access to abortion;

    where public education does not exist, and is restricted solely to private and homeschool--usually religious;

    where foreigners are viewed with deep suspicion;

    where all other priorities are sacrificed at the altar of military victory;

    where "indecent art" is not tolerated by the government;

    and where "pre-emptive strikes" are not only tolerated, but encouraged.

    We have already SEEN what that looks like. We don't have to guess.

    It looks like AFGHANISTAN, PRE-9/11. It looks like THIS.


    http://www.rawa.org/gallery.html

    ----------------------------------

    So next time a "Conservative" like Ann Coulter tells you to just pack up and leave the country if you don't like the way George Bush does things, tell him or her this: I'm not leaving. You already HAVE a country to go to that believes in your ideology. Go there. I'm still trying to create one that believes in mine--and so was Thomas Jefferson.

    Tell them, in other words, to go to hell. Because their hell already exists on earth.

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  114. And for a current assesment of Afghanistan...

    - George Bush has broken every promise he made to the people of Afghanistan. In 2001 he said he would remove the Taliban, establish order, and rebuild the country along the lines of the Marshall Plan.

    He lied on all accounts.

    The Taliban have reclaimed southern Afghanistan, reconstruction has been miniscule, and there’s been no attempt to establish security beyond the capital of Kabul. Afghanistan continues to languish in grinding poverty with less clean water and electricity than before the war. It is a failed narco-state with 99% of the countryside under the iron-grip of the regional warlords and drug-kingpins.


    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article13519.htm

    A very chilling paragraph;

    Last week, rioting broke out in Kabul when the brakes on an army transport went out and the vehicle plowed headfirst into crowded traffic. 2 civilians were killed. The incident turned into a spontaneous demonstration of anti-Americanism which quickly escalated into a bloodbath. Trigger-happy American soldiers fired into the crowd killing 8 civilians. Many readers will recall that a similar incident took place in Falluja in 2003 which had grave long-term implications for the US occupation. Angry Fallujans took to the streets to protest the appointment of the city’s mayor by American forces. The crowd was irate but nonviolent. Never the less, inexperienced US troops overreacted, as they did in Kabul, and fired into the crowd killing 14 civilians. The incident soured the people on the occupation and became a powerful recruitment tool for the nascent Iraqi resistance. Three years later we can look at that day’s violence as a turning point in the course of events in Iraq and the genesis of the resistance. Now Iraq is embroiled in a full-scale war and the outcome is far from certain.


    Washington’s honeymoon in Afghanistan is over. The violence has resumed in the south and the dormant forces of political discontent are brewing in Kabul. America is sleepwalking into another catastrophe while Afghans are gearing up for their second Intifada in a generation.

    In other words they are about to do to us what they did to the Soviet Union....

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  115. Voltaire said...

    Nobody sent us out. We just know how Ann gets you guys knickers in a bunch and we come to watch cause it's funny....


    Nice try bones.

    Unfortunately we can't accomodate you on the pantie in a bunch thingy when it comes to Coulter.

    We're too busy laughing at her dumb ass comments, and those of you who buy here silliness.

    Its like watching the keystone cops, only with armbands.

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  116. In fact, I can honestly say that nothing Coulter has ever written has made me angry in the slightest.

    I see her jibes for what they are.

    She's like a faith healing TV evangelist. I doubt she believes anything she says herself.

    She just says whatever the right wants to hear, whatever they'll "PAY" to hear.

    How can that make you mad? Do you get mad a TV Preachers? I don't. I laugh at them, cause they're fun to watch.

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  117. No, I think you love her Voltaire.

    I think you worship her, and hang out in her "Private" chat room.

    When the left is bashing her, out you boys come, sent by the wicked witch of the east, like the little flying monkeys in the Wizard of Oz.

    :D

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  118. Oreo. Oooorrrrrreeeeeeo.

    oREo. ooooORRRRREEEEO.

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  119. Wow. Ann Coulter is SO stupid, she thinks Jews are Christians!

    But not Episcopalians. I'm sure George Washington would like to know that...

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  120. Poor TT is sulking because his ass just got kicked.

    Don't sweat it, TT, I've kicked bigger and tougher asses than yours.

    Altho in your case, I could take on a Brownie scout and have a tougher time...

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  121. Voltaire said

    "What you're smoking seems to keep
    you young looking...."


    Actually Volt, thats Oil of Olay. Keeps my skin soft, smooth, and young looking...LOL!

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  122. AP Updated: 2:23 p.m. MT June 7, 2006
    WASHINGTON - New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton lashed out at Ann Coulter for a “vicious, mean-spirited attack” on a group of outspoken 9/11 widows, whom the right-wing television pundit described as “self-obsessed” and enjoying their husbands’ deaths.

    The women, who are still pushing for changes in how the government guards against future attacks, issued a joint statement after Coulter’s television appearance.

    “We have been slandered. Contrary to Ms. Coulter’s statements, there was no joy in watching men that we loved burn alive. There was no happiness in telling our children that their fathers were never coming home again. We adored these men and miss them every day,” the women said.



    Coulter writes in a new book, “Godless: The Church of Liberalism,” that a group of New Jersey widows whose husbands perished in the World Trade Center act “as if the terrorist attacks happened only to them.”

    She also wrote, “I’ve never seen people enjoying their husbands’ deaths so much.”

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  123. Worf

    It seems love is in the air again...Carl and TT are scrapping....LOL!

    Remember our 200 to 300 post scraps...LOL!

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  124. Read the previous article I posted to see what a riddiculous hyppocritical pathetic lying witch Coulter is, she does exactly what she accuses others of, using the tragedy of 9/11 for political purposes.

    I have no idea how anyone could consider coulter a credible source of info or a pundit, she posts outrageous statements like the "widows wanted their husbands to die" or that "liberals should be executed" or "liberals are in league with the terrorists" etc...

    number one anyone that could make statements like that is pretty hard to take seriously, and if anyone argues she is a comedian, thats pretty far fetched too since none of her disrespectful BS is funny. The only conclusion I can come to is Coulter is a fool who doesnt deserve to be in the media or limelight, one of the most pathetic things of all is that there are actually morons who care to listen to her drivel.

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  125. Mike

    Her drivel is nullified if you ignore it!! Commenting makes her important!!!!

    I personally dont take Ann seriously.

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  126. Mike

    You can have slippery thirds.

    Worf gets filthy fourth's.

    LOL!

    :D

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  127. Johnny, your absolutely right and I usually do ignore her because to me that fool is irelevant, however I thought that, that ignorant remark merited an exception and a response.

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  128. Johnny, I don't know how to tell you this dude, but you need to re-examine your sexuality buddy, cause Coulter is not female.

    She's got the same thing downstairs as you, bro.

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  129. Ignore Coulter Mike?

    How can you ignore Coulter?

    Thats like ignoring a Clown at the circus.

    You can't, cause they're so damn funny.

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  130. And this new book is the funniest of them all.

    Check out Carls post and his link about what she said about classifying Jews as Christians.

    Holy crap, you can't make this stuff up.

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  131. This new book is going to do more damage to Ann Coulter than we could ever do.

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  132. Mike said

    "Johnny, your absolutely right"

    No Mike.......Im Wrong!

    Humans need evil to feel alive...it gives us purpose.

    No one wants to discuss Princess Di?

    "Smith: There's no escaping reason, no denying purpose - because as we both know, without purpose, we would not exist.

    Smith 2: It is purpose that created us,
    Smith 3: Purpose that connects us,
    Smith 4: Purpose that pulls us,
    Smith 5: That guides us,
    Smith 6: That drives us,
    Smith 7: It is purpose that defines,
    Smith 8: Purpose that binds us.
    Smith: We're here because of you, Mister Anderson, we're here to take from you what you tried to take from us.

    Purpose."

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  133. Tom Delay told his fellow Republican cronies in his farewell. to ignore the press and keep doing what you are doing.

    Wouldn't Delay and Coulter make a great wedding photo?

    Wait, that can't happen. Their ego's would clash and she isn't sure what her sexuality is.

    Would have been a heck of a portrait.

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  134. I disagree Johnny, I could live perfectly fine without evil.

    i've fought many wars in my life (not literlly like Iraq) and i'm quite good at it, but I prefer peace hands down to war and conflict, I have plenty of excitement in my life and things I like to do, I dont need war, conflict or hate for excitement, people obsesseed with those things either have an agenda or nothing better going on in their lives.

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  135. We should be talking about Coulters new book.

    I mean, after all thats how this site got started, because of Lydia's close encounter of the turd kind with the queen of crap herself.

    Besides, Ann's books sounds soooo funny.

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  136. laughably pathetic maybe Worf, but funny, NO!!!!!!!!!!!

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  137. Worf said

    "Thats like ignoring a Clown at the circus."

    Theres a big difference Worf between a circus clown and a strong political figure....bad comparison!!

    Coulter's image survives from fool's like you who pay attention to her outrageous drivel.....without attention, she's nothing.......PERIOD!

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  138. Johnny there enough mental midgets like TT and wufuss crybaby(anonymous) that (s)he will always have an audience

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  139. Johnny says;

    Coulter's image survives from fool's like you who pay attention to her outrageous drivel.....without attention, she's nothing.......PERIOD!

    Why Johnny, I didn't know you cared.

    Sorry to diffuse you, but Coulter survives because her books sell.

    And her books sell to right wing dimwits, and "curious" guys like you.

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  140. These self-obsessed women seem genuinely unaware that 9-11 was an attack on our nation and acted like as if the terrorist attack only happened to them.

    They believe the entire country was required to marinate in their exquisite personal agony.

    Apparently, denouncing Bush was part of the closure process.

    These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by griefparrazies.

    I have never seen people enjoying their husband’s death so much.


    Ann Coulter

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  141. So just to make sure I got a handle on this, Ann’s argument is that the 911 widows are money grubbing whores because they use their status as widows of murdered relatives, to further a cause?

    Ok.

    So Ann Coulter would like Nancy Grace off the air?

    Is that her argument too?

    How about John Walsh?

    You know the guy from America’s most wanted?

    He should be off the air too by the same standard, right?

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  142. The Reich Wingers want to talk about unpatriotic, there should be a picture of coulter in the dictionary under unpatriotic, the nerve of her to take a tragedy like 9/11 and make it political by saying the women wanted there husbands to die is insulting.

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  143. Come on, someone answer my question.


    Does that mean John Walsh is a money grubbing whore too?

    Is America's most wanted vile because Walsh used the death of his daughter to further a cause?

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  144. (S)he even said that the husbands of the 9-11 widows "might" have been ready to divorce them..on the Situation with Tucker Carlson last night......(s)he does not outright lie but her possibilities of what actually happened include (s)he was born female..(s)he does not discus this one however...

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  145. Worfeus Walsh lost a son..but to Ann if )s)he were defending someone Walsh was after (s)he would slander him just as (s)he slander everyone for MONEY...it is simple

    Mann Coulter sells its soul for money instead of the body nobody will pay for.....

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  146. I caught part of her on Tucker.

    From what I saw, Tucker was none too impressed.

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  147. Correction. John Walsh used the death of his son Adam to further a cause.

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  148. No body but other reichwingnut geeks have been impressed...they are gathering around each other and backing up her idiotic rants because the chicken-hawks are too pathetic to stand on their own and shudder at the idea of going into harms way so they formed the 102nd armchair keyboard brigade with Mann Coulter at point holding the tersticular fortitude..(and testicles) they all really lack individually

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  149. Cliff

    I have no choice but to agree with your 6:46 PM post, however I feel Liberals should set a positve example by disregarding her nonsense.


    Is Princess Di not worthy of discussion?

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  150. Sorry, Ive been having problems entering the site.

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  151. Johnny there are times when people are attacked by idiots like coulter. It is imperative that the idiot does not think it(the idiot) has the right to slime them...Even if that draws attention to the insecure idiot which is what it really craves all along...With the money it(the insecure idiot) sells it's souls for to prove it(the pathetic creature it really is) actually has worth since it can't find any worth in it's life otherwise.

    This would be a real tragety except the idiot keeps throwing it's self hatred toward anybody else that the pathetic creature sees....sort of a inward self loathing transferred to people outside itself..

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  152. Guys like you Johnny are the wart on the liberals ass today.

    You subtly pretend to be their friend, but you constantly work to guilt them out fighting back, trying to play the peace card, and the you're bigger than that card.

    You convince them to tone it down, back it off, give in, say uncle, discuss silly nonsense, and generally show what "nice guys" they are without getting "too combative".

    But I see it for the load of crap that it is.

    See, the dems lost 2 races for backing off from a fight, because of guys like you, who said they they might look bad, or because they needed to appear, the "bigger" man.

    Your bullshit is just that, bullshit.

    No one in here is going to apologize for having their game face on, and NO one is going to back off on these world shaking issues that are now in play.

    Not one little bit.

    I came to play ball.

    If you didn't come to suit up, then get on the sidelines and stay out of the way, cause the balls in play and we're coming down the field.

    If you want to knit doily's or something, then I hear Martha Stewart has a blog going

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  153. Sorry to mention Princess Di. Coulter's much more interesting and must be stopped. Why talk about good people...........BORING!

    Lets all pretend if we stop all the bad people the world will be a perfect place; when the real answer is speaking of the good people to set an example.

    Worf will read 'Mein Struggle" before Anne Frank.

    Wonder why?

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  154. Hey I got a better idea.

    Lets just come into the blog the day after ann coulters latest book is out, a blog that the main catalyst for its creation was opposing Ann Coulter, and guilt everyone into talking about Ann Frank, or Princess Di, or anything other than Ann Coulter.

    Lets just convince them all that talking about Coulter, a subject Lydia, the owner of the blog is dedicating a book on, lets just convince them, and guilt them, into not talking about Ann Coulter at all.

    Now who would think that way,,,,,hmmmmmm

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  155. I imagine Lydia should toss her book out too, right?

    Oh no, thats right, you want her to disclose the contents of it to you prior to publication.

    Thats all.

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  156. Thats right Worf, Coulters very interesting.....Im not arguing.

    Shes very worthy of books.

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  157. Then should she throw it out?

    I mean, today of all days, the day after Coulters book comes out, Johnny is noticably visible, trying to convince poor dumb worfeus, that he should not speak about Ann Coulter, but instead, Princess Diana.

    Or even Anne Frank. After all, they're both named Ann, right?

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  158. Isn't that interesting?

    I think thats interesting.

    Do you think thats interesting?

    I think thats interesting.

    Cause thats interesting.

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  159. Coulter gives us purpose to overcome.

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  160. Why would Johnny Moo Moo, a lover of Ann Coulter, be in a blog dedicated to debunking her bunk?

    Why indeed asked the mouse with the little white teeth.

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  161. Coulter give nothing..(s)he take the lives of people and snears at them because it is so pathetically insecure

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  162. Funny, Im suggesting not giving Coulter attention, but Worf is fighting to keep her in the limelight?

    Strange!!

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  163. You guys are being a little disingenuinous here.

    All Ann was saying is personal grief and tragedy DO NOT put you above reproach. It doesn't give you the ability to attack without expectation of counter attack.

    The Gurnsey - err Jersey girls put themselves out there attacking conservatives and backing liberals thinking that their grief would be a shield to protect them from those who disagree.

    Freedom of speech works both ways. Your personal pain doesn't cancel out my right to speak out if you advocate something I don't believe in.

    Regardless of what Nina Totenberg thinks just because someone lost a family member DOES NOT give them ABSOLUTE MORAL AUTHORITY.

    Regardless of what you personally went through you can't poke me in the eye and expect not to get poked back.
    It's true for the Jersey girls,
    It's true for Cindy Al-Sheehani,
    and it's true for the Ditzy Twits.

    As for the Jews/Christian remarks, it's rather obvious if you look at the entire paragraph in context she's talking about the god of Abraham,
    (ie: Old Testament) And it IS something Jews and Christians have in common. I'm pretty sure the Episcopalian thing was just a jibe at Howard Dean. Ya know, for "intellectuals" you guys have a hard time comprehending what you're reading.

    As for Carl, How's that "Masturbating for Peace" thing working out for you?

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  164. Nothing strange about it.

    I've never hid the fact that Coulter is an enemy to anything good in this world.

    I've made my contempt for her and her kind clear from the get go, so don't try to smear me Bullwinkle.

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  165. Voltaire said;
    All Ann was saying is personal grief and tragedy DO NOT put you above reproach

    No that not "all" Frau Coulter was saying.

    She called them witches.

    She said they were happy their husbands were dead.

    If you're gonna post, post honest.

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  166. And as for the Dixie Chix, I think they told you to kiss their ass, didn't they?

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  167. Voltair Ann is suposed to be intelligent and if that was what (s)he wanted to say it would have said that..NO (s)he ignorantly attacked people because it needs the money to feel it has any worth...NOTHING MORE...it ain't got much to sell but a soul so it sells it's pathetic soul...

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  168. Course you clowns tried to hurt these 3, super talented musicians, to keep their music from the ears of Americans everywhere, because one of them dared to say one little thing agains your might Fuhrer.

    Screw you guys for that one. And the President? Holy crap, any real man would've said when he was asked about them, any real man would have said, oh they're nice girls, I like their music, they should feel like they can speak their mind, but what did our glorious Fuhrer say?

    They have a right to speak their mind, and people have a right to not buy their music too.

    An they shouldn't cry about it when they do.


    George "NOCLASS" Bush.

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  169. Worf, you can nitpick each and every sylable if you wish. I was just boiling it down to it's root thought.

    But since you're on it, their "tragedy" and pain sure gave them a platform to push their political agenda didn't it? And didn't they revel in tearing down Bush and promoting Kerry? Why, if it weren't for the deaths of their husbands they'd just be another lone voice in the wilderness.....

    But no, I can't criticize... I no longer have freedom of speech because I didn't lose anyone dear to me....

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  170. Im just saying: The best way to defeat Ann is to ignore her.

    Worf wants everyone to buy her book.

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  171. Whats so funny is their album is at Number one, lol.

    They were on Larry King the other night, telling you guys to kiss their pretty asses.(not such a bad idea really)

    Trying to destroy the careers of 3, beautiful, talented American girls, our nations daughters, was the most UNAMERICAN thing I've ever seen.

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  172. Voltaire
    But since you're on it, their "tragedy" and pain sure gave them a platform to push their political agenda didn't it?

    Ok Bones, riddle me this.

    Should John Walsh quit? Should he give back all the money he earned from America's Most Wanted?

    Answer that please, cause I'd really like to hear your answer.

    Think hard though.

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  173. Voltaire said

    "But no, I can't criticize... I no longer have freedom of speech because I didn't lose anyone dear to me...."

    Theres a certain amount of truth to this.

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  174. You're right again worf,

    The Ditzy Twits have freedom of speech and all of us who supported them MUST continue to support them regardless of our personal feelings...

    Uh, what "tragedy" was it again that befell them to cancel out the rest of us having freedom of speech?

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  175. Voltair there is a difference between freedom of speech and Slander which is what the insecure it sells it's soul for money

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  176. If that was all you did then it wouldn't be a problem.

    But you didn't. You did much, much more.

    Organized strikes, blocked sales, threatened large commerical chains with boycotting their entire stores if they sold their albums, rallied hate groups, even helped them get hundreds of death threats and stalkers.

    What you guys did too these 3 sweet little girls was sick.

    Punklike even.

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  177. No, I don't think John Walsh should quit or give back money.

    Dont'cha think there's just a wee bit of difference between someone trying to help catch crimminals and political speech?

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  178. And if you ever bothered to watch these girls, you'd see that they were vocal and musical geniuses.

    You ever seen one of them on the violin?

    In fact, prior to the one girls statement about Herr Busch, you guys thought they were as all American and wonderful as apple pie with vanilla ice cream.

    In case you forgot, just one month earlier to your security moms labling them the anti-Christ, they were invited by the NFL to sing our National Anthem at the SUPER BOWL.

    And they sang so beautifully it brought tears to almost the entire crowd.

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  179. It ain't political if it smears people for money it really is pathetic...but that also describes Rush (the addict)and Bill (the falufa guy) does it

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  180. Voltaire said;

    No, I don't think John Walsh should quit or give back money.

    Dont'cha think there's just a wee bit of difference between someone trying to help catch crimminals and political speech?


    No, I don't see a difference.

    Both people are trying to save American lives.

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  181. Come on worf, you're losing it here.

    ANYBODY that puts themselves out there gets that. (How many death threats you think your side makes against Ann each day?) It goes with the territory.
    And the ones who make them are NUTS no matter what their politics are.

    Your side has the right to say whatever you want, and mine has the same right. If there's enough of us to organize, well so be it. You guys do it too. Remember how you guys silenced Dr. Laura?

    As for "sweet" young girls... I really liked Natalies FUTK shirt.

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  182. These women don't have a TV show.

    What about Nancy Grace?

    She's a good reich winger.

    Only reason she has a show is because her the murder of her fiance.

    And then it turned out she made half of it up to get more attention as the avenging angel!!!

    How does that rank on your warped ethical yardstick?

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  183. Voltaire said;

    Your side has the right to say whatever you want, and mine has the same right

    Hey, we're not the ones trying to silence someone buddy.

    Thats what Coulters doing, trying to silence these women.

    Get a clue slappy, cause its you thats losing here.

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  184. And don't give me this "Your" side does it too crap.

    I, and no one in this room, cept maybe Johnny, support silencing anyone, anywhere anytime.

    I was the first to condemn the pie in the face that Frau Coulter got at Conn U.

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  185. Dont'cha think there's just a wee bit of difference between someone trying to help catch crimminals and political speech?

    No, I don't see a difference.

    And there's your problem. The first amendment was written MAINLY for political speech. You really don't NEED the first amendment for something that just about everyone would AGREE with.

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  186. Though to be honest it wouldn't have hurt her to eat some of it.

    She looks like a Meth addict.

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  187. Volt
    And there's your problem. The first amendment was written MAINLY for political speech. You really don't NEED the first amendment for something that just about everyone would AGREE with.


    Well thanks for finally admitting that the first Ammendment protects these womens right to speak out.

    And since Ann Coulter dosen't have anything ultimately to say about it, other than bitch bitch bitch, tell her thanks for bringing even more attention to the widows of 911, and even further turning the fencesitters against the entire republican party.

    Well done.

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  188. Voltaire said "But since you're on it, their "tragedy" and pain sure gave them a platform to push their political agenda didn't it? And didn't they revel in tearing down Bush and promoting Kerry? Why, if it weren't for the deaths of their husbands they'd just be another lone voice in the wilderness.....

    But no, I can't criticize... I no longer have freedom of speech because I didn't lose anyone dear to me.... "

    Whose being political here voltaire, that waste of skin Coulter is trying to twist the truth to discredit some grieving widows who dont like How our president used 9/11 and the death of their husbands to implement their power grabbing megalomaniac agenda.

    Its obvious that Coulter is trying to portray them as political and try to imply that they are using their grief and tragedy to make it difficult for repugs to attack them, but did you ever think maybe they are not political maybe they see what happened as a result of 9/11 like the assaults on our personal freedoms and constitutional rights, the destruction of the checks and balances established by our forefathers to stop one branch of government from becoming too powerful as well as the way Bush desires to turn our country into an Orwellian Police State, not to mention the Massacre's of children and civilians in Iraq the circumve3ntion of the Geneva Convention and the torture, imprisonment without cause or due process and other various human rights violations being utilized by these fools.

    Ever consider they are not political at all just people who dont like the direction our leaders are taking our country in the name of the tragedy that killed their husbands, and who feel it neccessary to speak out so the deaths of their loved ones were not in vain.

    Answer me this though, if 9/11 is so important that everything the Bush Administration does and says is based on 9/11 and Bush defines his whole presidency by it and calls anyone who questions him or his policies unpatriotic, doesnt it seem a little riddiculous, unpatriotic and disrespectful to say that some widows whose loved ones died are happy about it, I mean that debunks the credibility and sincereity of coulter's arguments more than anything I could say, I mean its kind of insulting if you actually think about it, all I know is if I were married and a fool like Coulter had the audacity to say I was glad my wife died, i'd want to see the bitch with a slug in her head or decapitated like or blown to smithereans like the people she slanders, too bad for her she would end up in a different place, a much hotter one where she would feel right at home.

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  189. Coulter DOES NOT care what we think as long as the monet keeps rolling in

    it sells itself and collects the cash

    thoughts and feelings are irrelevant to it

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  190. Worf I don't believe Ann's trying to silence them. They can only be silenced if they allow themselves to be. And the "controversy" over Ann's remarks is only going to get them more coverage and guarantee their continued right of self expression.

    If anything THEY are hoping we will cede our freedom of speech and silence ourselves out of respect for their personal pain.

    You guys don't simply WIN by default just because somebody had a tragedy in their lives.

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  191. Worf said

    " I, and no one in this room, cept maybe Johnny, support silencing anyone, anywhere anytime."

    Your stoned Worf, only your communist pal, British Gary, approves of silencing.

    Theres a difference between silencing opposition and ignoring someone who I believe is unworthy.

    Grow up Worf....

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  192. Thats exactly what Coulter is trying to do Worf, she is trying to silence and discredit those Women, and its so transparent and insulting that it will bite her on her bony little ass.

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  193. Voltaire said

    "And the "controversy" over Ann's remarks is only going to get them more coverage and guarantee their continued right of self expression."

    EXACTLY VOLTAIRE!!

    WELL SAID!!!!

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  194. Voltaire said

    You guys don't simply WIN by default just because somebody had a tragedy in their lives.

    And so far, YOU GUYS ARE THE ONLY ONES CLAIMING WE DO!!!

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  195. Johnny on another Blog BG spoke that he understood the need for free expression, it takes time if your not raised to believe in it...but Ann is free to sell its soul for money if that helps it to feel worthy of something

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  196. Voltaire said "If anything THEY are hoping we will cede our freedom of speech and silence ourselves out of respect for their personal pain."

    No Voltaire thats just Coulter's twisted attempt to discredit and silence them, see she thinks if she plays dirty enough the oposition will throw in the towel and give up, she tried the same hitting below the belt crap with Lyd by posting her number.

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  197. Mike, not EVERYONE believes that.
    So we should all just shut up and let them say whatever they want without fear of rebuttal?

    Their husbands died, so we should just hand everything over to you guys without saying a word or having a debate or vote?

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  198. The wives are speaking out for the same reason Nancy Grace and John Walsh spoke out, because they lost someone dear to them, and they want to try and keep others from being killed.

    And its hubris from you guys, you ass clowns who wave the banner of 911 every goddamned chance you get, trying to rally support for Bush, Bush himself using it over and over and over, and you assclowns have the low down character to slander the actual Americans who actually LOST SOMEONE IN 911?

    And you think because you say, they can't use that to hide behind somehow exonerates you?

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  199. Like I told you before, I'll see your twisted asses at the fish fry.

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  200. Voltair a debate involves actually talking sense..not the slime in her books..(s)he was just trying to make the books contraversial so they might get more attention and sales for it the money is the real goal

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