Sunday, September 9, 2007
Why I love ANN COULTER
"Democrats couldn't care less if people in Indiana hate them. But if Europeans curl their lips, liberals can't look at themselves in the mirror."
"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."
"To a liberal 2,200 military deaths in the entire course of the war in Iraq is unconscionable, but 1.3 million aborted babies in America every year is something to celebrate."
"Liberals can't just come out and say they want to take more of our money, kill babies, and discriminate on the basis of race."
"Taxes are like abortion, and not just because both are grotesque procedures supported by Democrats. You're for them or against them. Taxes go up or down; government raises taxes or lowers them. But Democrats will not let the words "abortion" or "tax hikes" pass their lips. Which one was an "investment in our future" and which one is a "choice"? Was that killing babies or taking our money?"
"This is the way addled liberals really think. Even as they champion sucking the brains out of little babies, they think of themselves as indelibly compassionate because they favor an overweening, behemoth federal government."
"We hear a lot about the 2 million people in America's jails and how many of them are black, but we rarely talk about the 35 to 40 million abortions since Roe v. Wade and how many of those babies were black. When your position on black abortion is identical to the Klan's, maybe it's time to reconsider."
"In the United States, more than 30 million babies have been killed by abortion since Roe v. Wade versus seven abortion providers killed. Yeah -- keep your eye on those Christians!"
"Liberals are more upset when a tree is chopped down than when a child is aborted. Even if one rates an unborn child less than a full-blown person, doesn't the unborn child rate slightly higher than vegetation?"
"To be sure, conservative radio talk show hosts have a built-in audience unavailable to liberals: People driving cars to some sort of job."
"In the 1970s, Paul Ehrlich wrote the best-selling book The Population Bomb, predicting a global famine and warning that entire nations would cease to exist by the end of the twentieth century -- among them England. "[I]t is now too late," he wrote, "to take action to save many of those people." In 2001 -- despite the perplexing persistent existence of England -- the Sierra Club listed Ehrlich's Population Bomb as among its books recommended by Sierra readers. How many trees had to be chopped down to make the paper for all those copies of The Population Bomb?"
"We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. We weren't punctilious about locating and punishing only Hitler and his top officers. We carpet-bombed German cities; we killed civilians. That's war. And this is war."
"A year after Eisenstadt, the malleable "right to privacy" metastasized from a right to contraception for married couples to a right to destroy human life in Roe v. Wade. What about the poor little tyke's privacy? The question misses the point. "Constitutional right" means "Whatever Liberals Want." Society cannot legislate what goes on "in the bedroom." But if we can't legislate what goes on in the bedroom, why can't I hide money from the IRS under my mattress?"
"Democrats cannot conceive of "hate speech" towards Christians because, in their eyes, Christians always deserve it."
"Assuming you aren't a fetus, the Left's most dangerous religious belief is their adoration of violent criminals."
"(Liberals say) (t)he death penalty does not deter. How do liberals know? This is an article of faith, not a statement of empirical fact. If the death penalty doesn't deter murder, how come Michael Moore is still alive and I'm not on death row?"
"...Peter Brimelow's definition of a "racist" (is) "someone who is winning an argument with a liberal."
"The New York Times and the rest of the mainstream media will only refer to partial birth abortion as "what its opponents refer to as partial birth abortion." What do its supporters call it? Casual Fridays? Bean-with-bacon potato-chip dip?"
"During a January 15, 2005 conference call with reporters, (Howard) Dean, being a raving lunatic said, "No doctor is going to do an abortion on a live fetus. That doesn't happen. Doctors don't do that. If they do, they'll get their license pulled as well they should." (Yes, you're reading that right.)"
"The Democrats need pro-life votes, but there's the small problem that they won't budge an inch ..ion. So they make crazy arguments for abortion, allowing not the tiniest restriction, while periodically pretending to have qualms about abortion. It's the most amazing spectacle, as if Ronald Reagan were slashing taxes talking about what a "sad, tragic choice" it is to cut taxes or giving speeches about how tax cuts should be "safe, legal, and rare." Except that even Reagan didn't have the gusto for cutting taxes that the Democrats have for ending human life."
"At private schools, 80 percent of the personnel are teachers. By contrast, at public schools only about 50 percent of the personnel are actual teachers -- most of the rest are cogs in the endless layers of machinery of the "education" bureaucracy. This would be like having 26 full-time coaches for a 26-man baseball team."
"Nonetheless, comparing hourly wages based on the teachers' self-reports, Vedder says, "Teachers earn more per hour than architects, civil engineers, mechanical engineers, statisticians, biological and life scientists, atmospheric and space scientists, registered nurses, physical therapists, university level foreign-language teachers, librarians, technical writers, musicians, artists, and editors and reporters....All told, teachers average hourly compensation plus benefits exceeds the average for all professional workers by roughly 10-15 percent."
"Teachers in the private sector earn about 60 percent less than public school teachers. And their students actually learn to read."
"In 1987, Oprah Winfrey said, "Research studies now project that one in five -- listen to me, hard to believe -- one in five heterosexuals could be dead from AIDS at the end of the next three years. That's by 1990. One in five. It is no longer just a gay disease. Believe me."
"As Steven Guilbeault of Greenpeace explained, "global warming can mean colder, it can mean drier, it can mean wetter." No set of facts can disprove the environmentalists' secular religion. In 2004, former vice president Al Gore gave a speech on global warming in New York City on the coldest day of the year. Warm trends prove global warming. Cold trends also prove global warming. This is the philosophy of a madman."