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Sigh. Ann Coulter. What are we going to do with that high-spirited litle filly? As usual, she doesn’t have anything to say this week, but that doesn’t keep her from saying it anyway. Some choice morsels:
Gore also complained that Bush has made the “rest of the world” angry at us. Boo hoo hoo. He said foreigners are not worried about “what the terrorist networks are going to do, but about what we’re going to do.”
Good. They should be worried. They hate us? We hate them. Americans don’t want to make Islamic fanatics love us. We want to make them die. There’s nothing like horrendous physical pain to quell angry fanatics. So sorry they’re angry â€“ wait until they see American anger. Japanese kamikaze pilots hated us once too. A couple of well-aimed nuclear weapons, and now they are gentle little lambs. That got their attention.
Apparently in her white-hot hatred of everything that is not a reflection of her feral visage, she has decided that having everyone hate you is a good thing. I’m sure this is based on personal experience. Anyway, she continues:
Minority Whip Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said the Democrats would not have enough information to make an informed decision on Iraq â€“ until January. The war will have to take a back seat to urgent issues like prescription drugs and classroom size until then. The Democratic Party simply cannot rouse itself to battle.
Instead of obsessing over why angry primitives hate Americans, a more fruitful area for Democrats to examine might be why Americans are beginning to hate Democrats.
Well. That makes sense in some kind of apoplectic climb-on-the-roof-with-a-highpowered-rifle-and-thin-out-the-neighborhood kind of way.
So. This weeks summary of Coulter:
My Fedexed order from Good Vibrations hasn’t shown up yet, so won’t someone please kill some swarthy people so I can get off without having to invite Spencer Abraham over to give me oral pleasure?