Thursday, June 08, 2006

A Great Perspective on Senator Norm Coleman's Hateful Gay Bashing Vote 

Debating gay marriage: ... Jeers for Coleman
Debating gay marriage: ... Jeers for Coleman

I was profoundly disappointed that Sen. Norm Coleman favored the gay marriage ban. His encouragement of this constitutional ban is wrong on so many levels.

It says he is in favor of installing discrimination into the Constitution. It says he does not understand human sexuality. It says he promotes others to stay equally ignorant and lacks the courage to foster understanding. It also says Coleman likes the idea of wasting the Senate's time when far more important issues need attention.


Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Can Ann Coulter Even Give Away Her New Book? 

I was shocked earlier today to see Ann Coulter's brand new book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism," available on the day it came out for only $4.99 through GOPUSA. It's amazing how much they're discounting the thing to what may be one of her best audiences.

However, that has now been blown away by Human Events, who just sent out a personal email from Ann Coulter herself trying to give away the darn thing:

Coulter: "Tick off a liberal. . . subscribe today to HUMAN EVENTS and get my book Godless -- FREE."

So take your pick: 40% off at Amazon, 82% off through GOPUSA, or 100% off through Human Events. Is anyone paying people to 'buy' Ann's book yet?

Poor Ann Coulter: The Voter Fraud Femme Fatalle 

Poor Ann Coulter. Her new book came out today, and it's already been heavily discounted to her core audience. GOPUSA is offering the $28 book for $23 off the cover price! Just $4.99 for the book on the day it came out.

To top things off, Ann's keeping busy fighting a $5000 fine and 5 years in prison for voting fraudulently in a Florida election. Poor thing.

THE BRAD BLOG: "Ann Coulter 'Lawyers Up' to Face Felony Voter Fraud Charges"
Lambiet reports today that Coulter is now lawyering up to fight the charges that she knowingly registered to vote in Florida at the wrong residence (using her real estate agent's address). That, despite signing an "oath" on the registration form swearing to the truth of the information provided.

Monday, June 05, 2006

Donald Rumsfeld Likes to Torture People 

Seriously. Why else would his defense department first ignore the Geneva convention's policies, and now choose to omit the policies from the DD's policies?

PENTAGON TO DROP BASIC GENEVA RULE / But State Department objects to removal of protection from degrading treatment
The Pentagon has decided to omit from new detainee policies a key tenet of the Geneva Convention that bans "humiliating and degrading treatment," according to military officials, a step that would mark a potentially permanent shift away from strict adherence to international human rights standards.

Is torture a compassionate or conservative policy, Mr. President? The man you appointed doesn't seem to be living up to the standards you claimed to hold during your campaign. What are you going to do about it?

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