Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Politics: Ann Coulter Breaks Wind While Teaching Class In Little Rock

Operor vos votum ut exsisto valde? Tunc suscipio per res. Operor vos votum construo a ingens quod sublimis fabric? Reputo primoris super crepidoinis of humilitas. superus vestri compages est futurus , profundus must exsisto suus crepidoinis.

St. Augustine

Yahoo! News, The Associated Press, Friday January 27, 2006 11:00 CT.

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. - Conservative commentator Ann Coulter, speaking at a traditionally black college, joked that Justice John Paul Stevens should be poisoned.Coulter had told the Philander Smith College audience Thursday that more conservative justices were needed on the Supreme Court to change the current law on abortion. Stevens is one of the court's most liberal members."We need somebody to put rat poisoning in Justice Stevens' crème brulee," Coulter said. "That's just a joke, for you in the media."Coulter has made a career of writing and lecturing on her strongly conservative views.

At one point during her address, which was part of a lecture series, some audience members booed when she cut off two questioners. "I'm not going to be lectured to," Coulter told one man in a raised voice.She drew more boos when she said the crack cocaine problem "has pretty much gone away."

Ann Coulter never fails to disappoint. She does not disappoint the humorless Left, who bristle at every calculated word (calculated to make the foolish Left react rather than proact, jerking as if afflicted with spastic palsy) springing forth from her silver tongue. She never disappoints the Fascist Right, who lap up every needlessly corrosive clause the Whore of Washington DC spews, disseminating propaganda with a clarity and efficiency that would have made Dr. Joseph Goebbels smile.

Ms. Coulter belongs to that mean-spirited group of "journalists" who largely populate Fox News, but are as ubiquitous as mildew in our media-saturated culture. She is what I once described former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan as: "A course Irish school yard bully given more to aqua pervalidus than poetry."

During her insightful lecture at Little Rock's traditionally African American Philander Smith College, Ms. Coulter passed gas, dropping small bombs of wisdom that inspired the entire Right to applaud as if she laid golden eggs rather than realize she was simply dropping horse apples on the stage.

I love America, just not this vision of it.

I beg to dream and differ from the hallow lies, this is the dawning of the rest of our lives on holiday...

© Copyright, C. Michael Bailey, 2006