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Liberals: Born to Run

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Ann has it all--beauty, intellect, wisdom, wit, and a real flare for sarcasm and satire thrown into the mix.

Liberals: Born to Run
By Ann Coulter
July 19, 2006

I knew the events in the Middle East were big when The New York Times devoted nearly as much space to them as it did to a New York court ruling last week rejecting gay marriage.

Some have argued that Israel's response is disproportionate, which is actually correct: It wasn't nearly strong enough. I know this because there are parts of South Lebanon still standing.

Most Americans have been glued to their TV sets, transfixed by Israel's show of power, wondering, "Gee, why can't we do that?"

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean says that "what's going on in the Middle East today" wouldn't be happening if the Democrats were in power. Yes, if the Democrats were running things, our cities would be ash heaps and the state of Israel would have been wiped off the map by now.

But according to Dean, the Democrats would have the "moral authority that Bill Clinton had" — no wait! keep reading — "when he brought together the Israelis and Palestinians." Clinton really brokered a Peace in Our Time with that deal — "our time" being a reference to that five-minute span during which he announced it. Yasser Arafat immediately backed out on all his promises and launched the second intifada.

The fact that Israel is able to launch an attack on Hezbollah today without instantly inciting a multination conflagration in the Middle East is proof of what Bush has accomplished. He has begun to create a moderate block of Arab leaders who are apparently not interested in becoming the next Saddam Hussein.

There's been no stock market crash, showing that the markets have confidence that Israel will deal appropriately with the problem and that it won't expand into World War III.

But liberals can never abandon the idea that we must soothe savage beasts with appeasement — whether they're dealing with murderers like Willie Horton or Islamic terrorists. Then the beast eats you.

There are only two choices with savages: Fight or run. Democrats always want to run, but they dress it up in meaningless catchphrases like "diplomacy," "detente," "engagement," "multilateral engagement," "multilateral diplomacy," "containment" and "going to the U.N."

I guess they figure, "Hey, appeasement worked pretty well with ... uh ... wait, I know this one ... ummm ... tip of my tongue ..."

Democrats like to talk tough, but you can never trap them into fighting. There is always an obscure objection to be raised in this particular instance —but in some future war they would be intrepid! One simply can't imagine what that war would be. Democrats have never found a fight they couldn't run from.

On "Meet the Press" last month, Sen. Joe Biden was asked whether he would support military action against Iran if the Iranians were to go "full-speed-ahead with their program to build a nuclear bomb." No, of course not. There is, Biden said, "no imminent threat at this point."

According to the Democrats, we can't attack Iran until we have signed affidavits establishing that it has nuclear weapons, but we also can't attack North Korea because it may already have nuclear weapons. The pattern that seems to be emerging is: "Don't ever attack anyone, ever, for any reason. Ever."

The Democrats are in a snit about North Korea having nukes, with Howard Dean saying Democrats are tougher on defense than the Republicans because since Bush has been president, North Korea has "quadrupled their nuclear weapons stash."

It wasn't that difficult. Clinton gave the North Koreans $4 billion to construct nuclear reactors in return for the savages promising not to use the reactors to build bombs. But oddly, despite this masterful triumph of "diplomacy," the savages did not respond with good behavior. Instead, they immediately set to work feverishly building nuclear weapons.

But that's another threat the Democrats do not think is yet ripe for action.

On "Meet the Press" last Sunday, Sen. Biden lightly dismissed the North Koreans, saying their "government's like an eighth-grader with a small bomb looking for attention" and that we "don't even have the intelligence community saying they're certain they have a nuclear weapon."

Is that the test? We need to have absolute certainty that the North Koreans have a nuclear weapon capable of hitting California with Kim Jong Il making a solemn promise to bomb the U.S. (and really giving us his word this time, no funny business) before we — we what? If they have a nuclear weapon, what do we do then? Is a worldwide thermonuclear war the one war Democrats would finally be willing to fight?

Democrats won't acknowledge the existence of "an imminent threat" anyplace in the world until a nuclear missile is 12 minutes from New York. And then we'll never have the satisfaction of saying "I told you so" because we'll all be dead.

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Coulter is the best. :clap:
 

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I was going to read the article, then I realized she probably stole it from some other author that has talent and original thoughts.
 

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even if she does lie and make a fool of herself, she is a hottie:

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Oooooooo lookie..

Someone has a hate on for Ann Coulter...
I feel like I just entered my son's 6th grade classroom.
:mm: :rotflmao:
 

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If you're going to show a doctored photo of Ann, show one that really turns us rabid conservative males on.

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That's it baby!:rotflmao:
 
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CharlestonChad said:
I was going to read the article, then I realized she probably stole it from some other author that has talent and original thoughts.

You must not keep up on the news. Ann was cleared of all plagarism charges, which had been brought against her by those who are green-eyed with jealousy of her extraordinary talents. So what's the point of continuing to accuse her of plagarizing? Oh, I forget--libs love to hang on to the lies. Without them, they'd have nothing to say.
 

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CharlestonChad said:
I was going to read the article, then I realized she probably stole it from some other author that has talent and original thoughts.


Sounds to me like another case of a Lib not being able to counter any point she brings up. So resort to stupid personal attacks.
 

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Adam's Apple said:
You must not keep up on the news. Ann was cleared of all plagarism charges, which had been brought against her by those who are green-eyed with jealousy of her extraordinary talents. So what's the point of continuing to accuse her of plagarizing? Oh, I forget--libs love to hang on to the lies. Without them, they'd have nothing to say.

:link:

I checked the news and I only saw that her publishers said she was cleared, no news source that I found said she was cleared of the charges.


BTW: Ann is a lawyer, the root of all evil according to many conservatives.
 

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CharlestonChad said:
:link:

I checked the news and I only saw that her publishers said she was cleared, no news source that I found said she was cleared of the charges.


BTW: Ann is a lawyer, the root of all evil according to many conservatives.

And you're a stinking spineless liberal that she could rip to shreds in a debate... so fucking what?

Take a powder skippy... liberals just look stupid even commenting on Coulter.
 

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Pale Rider said:
And you're a stinking spineless liberal that she could rip to shreds in a debate... so fucking what?

Take a powder skippy... liberals just look stupid even commenting on Coulter.

Sounds to me like another case of a neocon not being able to counter any point I brings up. So resort to stupid personal attacks.
 

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CharlestonChad said:
:link:
BTW: Ann is a lawyer, the root of all evil according to many conservatives.


No, the root of all evil is Liberalism.
 

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theHawk said:
No, the root of all evil is Liberalism.
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You're adorable.
 

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CharlestonChad said:
:link:

I checked the news and I only saw that her publishers said she was cleared, no news source that I found said she was cleared of the charges.


BTW: Ann is a lawyer, the root of all evil according to many conservatives.
Who else would you expect to 'clear' her of the 'charges'? It was reported that the syndicate had cleared her.
 

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Kathianne said:
Who else would you expect to 'clear' her of the 'charges'? It was reported that the syndicate had cleared her.
Good point, based on what I've seen, publishers take plagerism charges pretty seriously. When James Frey was found out, his publisher practically dumped him, and a girl at my school wrote this book called "How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got A Life," but then someone found a whole bunch of plagerized lines, and the publisher recalled every copy of the book.

It's possible that Ann Coulter's publisher doesn't care about its reputation, but if they have looked into the manner and haven't discovered any plagerism, then that's good enough for me.
 

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Mr.Conley said:
Good point, based on what I've seen, publishers take plagerism charges pretty seriously. When James Frey was found out, his publisher practically dumped him, and a girl at my school wrote this book called "How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got A Life," but then someone found a whole bunch of plagerized lines, and the publisher recalled every copy of the book.

It's possible that Ann Coulter's publisher doesn't care about its reputation, but if they have looked into the manner and haven't discovered any plagerism, then that's good enough for me.
Considering it's United Press Syndicate, one of the 'biggies' I'd guess they care about their reputation with the newspapers. ;)
 

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CharlestonChad said:
Sounds to me like another case of a neocon not being able to counter any point I brings up. So resort to stupid personal attacks.

"Point I ~brings~ up"? Did you fail english in grade school, or are you just practicing your ebonics?

Either way, you sound like an idiot.

Typical uneducated, mouth breathing, liberal.
 

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Pale Rider said:
"Point I ~brings~ up"? Did you fail english in grade school, or are you just practicing your ebonics?

Either way, you sound like an idiot.

Typical uneducated, mouth breathing, liberal.
He's an iggy. As that is what he's done. Loser and poser.
 

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Kathianne said:
He's an iggy. As that is what he's done. Loser and poser.

Yeah pretty much. He's a waste of bandwidth.
 

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Pale Rider said:
"Point I ~brings~ up"? Did you fail english in grade school, or are you just practicing your ebonics?

Either way, you sound like an idiot.

Typical uneducated, mouth breathing, liberal.

I actually saw that error before I posted, but I just didn't feel like fixing it. Typing in the word "brought" was too much of a hassle. Sorry I don't live up to your standards. :gives:
 

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