Wednesday, June 07, 2006

The acronym of hate

Narrow minded


Enough said.



At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only people who take Ann Coulter seriously are liberals looking for yet another reason to hate the right. She attacks liberals in the same method that liberals attack Republicans and this is what really lights the fire.

One of her more accurate quotes - not of the satirical variety she usually uses for her one-liners - is:

"The tolerant liberal suddenly becomes very intolerant when their official religion is challenged."

At 10:01 AM, Blogger N.J. said...

Ah, if only that were true.

Unfortunately the reality is that many take her seriously - and believe her to be their voice. That is truly frightening.

And don't kid yourself, Coulter doesn't attack "liberals" - she attacks everyone who doesn't agree with Ann Coulter. She has moved so far into radical territory that she has become a threat to everything she says she stands for - conservatism, christianity, etc.

There hasn't been such a prominent divisive voice in the public eye since David Duke.

At 10:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are always nut jobs who will follow any voice. Look how many people take Al Gore seriously.

At 1:52 PM, Blogger N.J. said...

You really shouldn't talk like that about our next President! In all seriousness, Al Gore is twice the leader our current President could ever dream of becoming.

Don't mistake the ability to make quick decisions with leadership.

We are currently witnessing the only leader in history to take a national tragedy, which created worldwide support for the US, and turn it into making the rest of the world hate us.

That may well be the best definition of nut job I've seen yet.

At 2:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Back to your current person of interest...

Ann Coulter, Bill Maher, Al Franken... they all are political satirists.

The only difference between them is that Ann Coulter is good and not on the liberal side you think that she is not using satire.

Maybe if she had started life as a bad comic instead of a lawyer you would be able to see beyond your hate and read/hear what she says differently. But then, probably not, she is on the wrong side of your views so the satire she puts out just looks like hate speech to you.

You probably haven't read any of her books either and take your cues about what she says and her beliefs from the other lemmings who follow the liberal viewpoints of other blog writers and those who can't see the satire through their anti-Republican hate.

Go on with your follower style and don't try to figure her out, she's way ahead of the liberal satirists.

At 4:26 PM, Blogger N.J. said...

LOL! My hate??!! Give me a break.

Don't assume you know anything about me or what I've read... you don't, and you just look foolish making personal accusations.

And Ann Coulter a satirist? Ha ha ha. Thta's the first time I've heard that argument. Enjoy your fantasies.

Being a liberal, I'll do the one thing the Coulter-ists never do - I'll wish you a good day.

At 4:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your viewpoint on Republicans is evident in the musings on your blog. Which, by your blogs very existence, makes you an authority on other people's views.

Alas, since I don't have a blog I am probably incorrect in my viewpoints. Your ability to ridicule on your blog will always trump someone elses ability to make a comment to it.

You have a good day, too.

At 9:44 PM, Blogger N.J. said...

Well, again you miss the ball.

I have no "viewpoint towards Republicans" as a whole. I respect, and vote for, many Republicans in each election. In fact, believe it or not, I voted for GWB in 2000 - in hindsight a terrible mistake. For the most part though I have no love for either the Republican or Democratic parties - as political parties. I look at candidates, not parties - they're both messed up.

However, you are correct to note that after six years of mind-boggling abuses of power I have no respect for the current Administration - and it matters not which party they are from.

As for blogging - I make no attempt to hide the fact that this is an opinion blog. Yet somehow you feel I claim authority simply because I have a blog and you don't. I'm not claiming any superiority - that's something you are projecting. So stop complaining and go create a blog then - it's free. Oh, but then you couldn't just troll anonymously.

At least it's nice to see I've picked up a fan!

At 7:36 PM, Blogger Bob P said...


Actually, the more accurate word might be "disheartening." Because when I see viewpoints like those expressed by anonymous, my heart sinks into my shoes.

My "favorite" highlights:

- She attacks liberals in the same method that liberals attack Republicans...

A ubiquitous Conservative talking point that couldn't be further from the truth. Repub attacks always begin with a distortion of fact, and proceed immediately to personal insults, a la "cut and run", "traitors", "aiding the terrorists", "harpies", "Godless", to name but a few.

Critiques by Dems are, by contrast, always rooted in demonstrable proof. They focus on the topic at hand, cite indisputable sources, and avoid the classic GOP tactic of misdirection, obfuscation, and changing the subject.

To compare the two is simply ludicrous.

- Ann Coulter, Bill Maher, Al Franken... they all are political satirists.

Oh... I get it now. Those vicious, fact-less diatribes are satire. So, nothing she says is to be taken seriously.

Funny, but it seems to me that she's always introduced as "political analyst" Ann Coulter, or "controversial pundit" Ann Coulter, or "conservative commentator" Ann Coulter. I don't remember her ever being labeled "satirist" in any of her official - and nauseating - public appearances.

Save your breath, n.j. Anyone who would even think of defending the reprehensible antics of this know-nothing harridan isn't worthy of the time you've spent trying to convince him or her of your viewpoint. It's simply another case of blind loyalty trumping the truth.

Oh, and, anonymous, lest you get confused again, that was a critique based on proven fact. An attack (GOP-style) would go something like, "Any idiot trying to defend this shrill Nazi bitch has his dittohead so far up Bush's ass that no oxygen can get to his shriveled, shit-filled brain anyway."

See the difference?


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