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The right-wing Village has been up in arms over Hoffa's recent statements because they are pros when it comes to playing the victim card. They are trying to find anything which gives them the opportunity to try and white wash the entire tea party hate speech. And suddenly being a kindergarten teacher is a useless job.
Coulter: Hoffa Represents "Useless" Workers Like "Kindergarten Teachers" Instead Of "Men Who Have Actual Jobs"
I don't write much about her anymore because almost the entire Republican members of the House of Representatives are all versions of Coulter now. She's old news, a has been, passe, out dated, washed up. Please check out your thesaurus to add to the list. But she still can be as vile an anyone on the planet. Remember when she called all New Yorkers "cowards" back on 08/24/2005 after how they performed during the attacks on 9/11?
On H&C tonight, Alan Colmes asked Coulter to explain a statement she made in her recent column calling New Yorkers 'cowards.'
via column:(...and it's far preferable to fight them in the streets of Baghdad than in the streets of New York (where the residents would immediately surrender)
Colmes: You don't feel that New Yorkers are cowards?
Coulter: ahhh...I think they would immediately surrender...
With the tenth year anniversary of the attacks on 9/11 coming upon us, I imagine Ann will stay out of the Big Apple. New Yorkers have long memories.
Ann Coulter questions the courage of New Yorkers in the face of terrorism.
She says of terrorists, "it's far preferable to fight them in the streets of Baghdad than in the streets of New York (where the residents would immediately surrender)."
That's what Ann Coulter thinks of the cops and firemen of New York City, and of the family members of those lost on 9/11, and of the everyday people who refused to let the attacks keep them from going on with their lives.
Never mind the courage and character New Yorkers have demonstrated in the face of terror. People in the city tend to vote for people other than the ones Coulter supports, so she calls them cowards.
I usually ignore her. Today I read her because Yes Weekly picked up her column and I didn't have anything else to read at lunch. Nice move, Yes Weekly. Maybe next time I'll just leave it in the rack.