Saturday, 9 January 2010

Definitely maybe? Nah!

The pugnacious Anne Coulter is every bit as cautious, shy and conditional in her religious faith as she is in her conservatism.

And she gets to kind of accidentally foot nudge a few liberals by accident several times on the way.

Body and soul, La Coulter fights the culture wars at her usual readiness levels: somewhere between DEFCON 1 and full continental release.

Go, Ann.


James Higham said...

I like her. i know many don't but who t f cares?

North Northwester said...

Coulter is the comparative of 'cool.'

DJ said...

Hmmmm.... if libs are enraged by people offending Buddhists, they6 may want to have a chat with their new pals:

North Northwester said...

Well, the Danes do a Lego version of the Star Wars Pinko Faggotries and the Indiana Jones flicks, and no doubt there'll be an Avatar 'Why the US armed forces always kill harmless neighbours for capitalism's profits' soon enough.
All the Muslims were doing here was taking a leaf out of the Danes' book and producing a Lego version of these notoriously offensive Buddhist Cartoons.

I noticed this in the Wiki entry:
'International opinion strongly condemned the destruction of the Buddhas, which was viewed as an example of the intolerance of the Taliban and of Islamism. Japan and Switzerland, among others, have pledged support for the rebuilding of the statues.'
That old 'international opinion,' eh? So quick to condemn stuff whose restitution it knows that US, British and allied armed forces alone will make possible, and which it might one day get around to putting a few quid towards supporting, if it's an election year or something. Still, the Swiss at least seem to the building a comprehensive national policy on monuments...


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