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You have to admit- she makes some excellent points (this is really going to get the lefties going)

Ann Coulter

September 26, 2002

Why we hate them

I've been too busy fretting about "why they hate us" to follow the Democrats' latest objections to the war on terrorism. So it was nice to have Al Gore lay out their full traitorous case this week. To show we really mean business, Gore said we should not get sidetracked by a madman developing weapons of mass destruction who longs for our annihilation.

Rather, Gore thinks the U.S. military should spend the next 20 years sifting through rubble in Tora Bora until they produce Osama bin Laden's DNA. "I do not believe that we should allow ourselves to be distracted from this urgent task," he said, "simply because it is proving to be more difficult and lengthy than predicted."

Al Bore wants to put the war on terrorism in a lockbox.

Gore also complained that Bush has made the "rest of the world" angry at us. Boo hoo hoo. He said foreigners are not worried about "what the terrorist networks are going to do, but about what we're going to do."

Good. They should be worried. They hate us? We hate them. Americans don't want to make Islamic fanatics love us. We want to make them die. There's nothing like horrendous physical pain to quell angry fanatics. So sorry they're angry – wait until they see American anger. Japanese kamikaze pilots hated us once too. A couple of well-aimed nuclear weapons, and now they are gentle little lambs. That got their attention.

Stewing over the "profound and troubling change in the attitude of the German electorate toward the United States," Gore ruefully noted that the German-American relationship is in "a dire crisis." Alas, the Germans hate us.

That's not all. According to Gore, the British hate us, too. Gore said Prime Minister Tony Blair is getting into "what they describe as serious trouble with the British electorate" because of his alliance with the U.S. ("Serious trouble" is British for "serious trouble.")

That same night, James Carville – the heart and soul of the Democratic Party – read from the identical talking points on "Crossfire": "The Koreans hate us. Now the Germans – you know that's one against Germany. You know what? You know what? If we had a foreign policy that tried to get people to like us, as opposed to irritating everybody in the damn world, it would be a lot better thing." (Hillary Clinton on James Carville: "Great human being.")

Perhaps we could get Djibouti to like us if we legalized clitorectomies for little girls. America is fighting for its survival and the Democrats are obsessing over why barbarians hate us.

The Democrats' scrolling series of objections to the war is utterly contradictory. On one hand, liberals say Bush is trying to build an "empire." But on the other hand, they are cross that we haven't turned Afghanistan into the 51st state yet. This follows their earlier argument that Afghanistan would be another Vietnam "quagmire."

The "empire" argument is wildly popular among the anti-American set. Maureen Dowd said Dick Cheney and "Rummy" were seeking "the perks of empire," hoping to install "lemon fizzes, cribbage and cricket by the Tower of Babel." She warned that invading Iraq would make them hate us: "How long can it be before the empire strikes back?"

Ah yes – we must mollify angry fanatics who seek our destruction because otherwise they might get mad and seek our destruction.

Gore, too, says America will only create more enemies if "what we represent to the world is an empire." But then he complained that we have "abandoned almost all of Afghanistan" – rather than colonizing it, evidently. He seems to think it is our responsibility to "stabilize the nation of Afghanistan" and recommends that we "assemble a peacekeeping force large enough to pacify the countryside."

And then we bring in the lemon fizzes, cribbage and cricket?

After tiring themselves out all summer yapping about how Bush can't invade Iraq without first consulting Congress, now the Democrats are huffy that they might actually have to vote. On "Meet the Press" a few weeks ago, Sen. Hillary Clinton objected to having to vote on a war resolution before the November elections, saying, "I don't know that we want to put it in a political context."

Yes, it would be outrageous for politicians to have to inform the voters how they stand on important national security issues before an election.

Minority Whip Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said the Democrats would not have enough information to make an informed decision on Iraq – until January. The war will have to take a back seat to urgent issues like prescription drugs and classroom size until then. The Democratic Party simply cannot rouse itself to battle.

Instead of obsessing over why angry primitives hate Americans, a more fruitful area for Democrats to examine might be why Americans are beginning to hate Democrats.

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I love it!!!!! the woman has many valid points, you have to admitt that much. The Democrats would like you all to believe the Republicans are making this into a political issue, when in fact its the Democrats turning the Iraq issue into a vote getting scheme. they keep contradicting themselfs and its getting pathetic. I have always been an independent voter and voted for the best candidate instead of being a party loyalist. I am now starting to see the Democrats as the sore losers that they really are and I hope everyone else is too.

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uhh....hate breeds terror.....not peace........

i would so love....to quote Dan Savage (Village Voice)..."take a dump on Ann Coulter's chest"

We are not in peaceful times, we are at war. I think hate would suit us just fine right about now.

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Originally posted by dnice35

uhh....hate breeds terror.....not peace........

i would so love....to quote Dan Savage (Village Voice)..."take a dump on Ann Coulter's chest"

We are not in peaceful times, we are at war. I think hate would suit us just fine right about now.

the only reason why we are not in peaceful times is because the president lacks diplomatic skills. its shameful.

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the only reason why we are not in peaceful times is because the president lacks diplomatic skills. its shameful.

Diplomatic skills? you can't be diplomatic with barbarians, when all they know if brut force.

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Originally posted by t0nythelover

the only reason why we are not in peaceful times is because the president lacks diplomatic skills. its shameful.

Another powerful and chilling display of stupidity at its highest level......

Do you have any type of formal education (Duck-Duck-Goose class at summer camp does not count)....

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Originally posted by t0nythelover

the only reason why we are not in peaceful times is because the president lacks diplomatic skills. its shameful.

How would diplomatic skills prevented what happened on Sept. 11th and there after....Al Queda and all these other terrorist groups are not interested in negotiations.....They're fighting for a bullshit cause....

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Originally posted by nycmuzik2000

To destroy any Western and American interests overseas...To kill our citizens whenever possible.....

Oh ok i thought you meant something else, but I don't think you can really call that a cause though...

-XeNo-

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