Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Ann Coulter does NOT heart Huckabee

Extreme conservative commentator Ann Coulter has written a column "There's A Huckabee Born Every Minute" slamming the former Arkansas governor for not fitting her conservative ideals.
Liberals adore Huckabee because he fits their image of what an evangelical should be: stupid and easily led.
Issue 1: evolution
The media are transfixed by the fact that Huckabee says he doesn't believe in evolution.
but
Asked on CNN's "Larry King Live" Monday night about his beliefs on evolution, Huckabee rushed to assure King that he has no interest in altering textbooks that foist this fraud on innocent schoolchildren.

I don't understand that. Does Huckabee believe Darwinism is a hoax or not? If he knows it's a fraud, then why does he want it taught to schoolchildren?
Issue 2: gay stuff
When not evolving his position on Darwinism, Huckabee insults gays by pointlessly citing the Bible's rather pointed remarks about sodomy -- fitting the [mainstream media]'s image of evangelicals sitting around all day denouncing gays. (Which is just so unfair. I'm usually done denouncing gays by 10:30 a.m., 11 tops.)
but
Huckabee has said he agrees with the Supreme Court's lunatic opinion that sodomy is a constitutional right. ...when Huckabee was asked about this jaw-dropping ruling from the high court [Lawrence vs. Texas], he said the majority opinion "probably was appropriate."
Issue 3 (actually, more of a quick rant): Huckabee's position on smoking
Hey! How about adults privately smoking cigarettes in their homes? Nope, Huckabee wants a federal law banning smoking but thinks state laws banning sodomy are "probably" unconstitutional.
Coulter's bizarre conclusion?
I guess Huckabee is one of those pro-sodomy, pro-gay marriage, pro-evolution evangelical Christians.

No wonder Huckabee is the evangelical liberals like.
Coulter doesn't stop there. In a follow-up column, "Liberals sing Huckelujah," Coulter continues her rant against the former governor.

Issue 4: education vouchers
Huckabee opposes school choice, earning him the coveted endorsement of the National Education Association of New Hampshire, which is like the sheriff being endorsed by the local whorehouse.
Issue 5: education for children of illegal immigrants
He is, however, in favor of school choice for kids in Mexico: They have the choice of going to school there or here. Huckabee promoted giving in-state tuition in Arkansas to illegal immigrants from Mexico -- but not to U.S. citizens from Ohio. "I don't believe you punish the children," he said, "for the crime and sins of the parents."
Issue 6 (actually another quick rant): Huckabee's gubernatorial pardons
That's almost as crazy as a governor pardoning a known sex offender so he can go out and rape and kill.
Coulter concludes these decisions make Huckabee look more like a Democrat than a Republican.
Now, where have I heard this sort of thing before? Hmmm ... wait, now I remember: It was during the Democratic debates!
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For those of you keeping score at home, this puts Huckabee just a little to the left of Dennis Kucinich on illegal immigration and border control. The only difference is that Kucinich supports amnesty for aliens from south of the border and north of Saturn.
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He supports a nationwide smoking ban anyplace where people work, constitutional protection for sodomy, big government, higher taxes and government benefits for illegal aliens. According to my calculations, that puts him about three earmarks away from being Nancy Pelosi.
And then there's this disgusting gem
Huckabee confirms for liberal TV hosts their image of conservatives as dorks by bragging about how cool he is because he "likes music." What's he doing -- running for president or filling out his Facebook profile? Arkansas former fatty loves to make jokes and play the bass guitar. Remember what happened to the last former fatboy from Arkansas trying to be "cool" by liking music? I'll take "Stained Dresses" for $400, Alex.
This woman's vitriol is unbelievable. It's so bitter and unconscionable that it makes me think of... the words we hear coming from Fred Phelps' family. I wonder if one of these days we'll be reading an investigative report into Ann Coulter's childhood and discover she was horribly abused. I hope that's not the case.

2 comments:

Pomoprophet said...

Her and Laura Ingram are both disgusting women!

So who are you leaning towards then?

TweetyJill said...

You know, I have never really paid much attention to Ann Coulter. But looking at this picture you have here, I find that she is PHAT, and she also has a sense of humour (she is mostly kidding here right?). Where can I get me some more of that. :-)