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Ann Coulter's GODLESS is set for release on 6/6/06.
The book -- which condemns what Coulter calls "The Church of Liberalism" -- will have a startling first printing of 500,000 copies, a publishing source tells the DRUDGE REPORT.
With chapter titles such as ON THE SEVENTH DAY GOD RESTED AND LIBERALS SCHEMED, and THE HOLIEST SACRAMENT: ABORTION, controversialist Coulter ups the ante in her fourth book for CROWN FORUM.
Originally posted by dgtempe
The point is this Author, this insane person, this radical conservative is calling non-followers of Bush, Godless.
Our job is to reclaim America for Christ, whatever the cost. As the vice regents of God, we are to exercise godly dominion and influence over our neighborhoods, our schools, our government, our literature and arts, our sports arenas, our entertainment media, our news media, our scientific endeavors -- in short, over every aspect and institution of human society.
Put her conservative political agenda aside. What took me aback was the way Coulter treated audience members during the question-and-answer session. The audience was respectful; the questions, even from those who obviously disagreed with Coulter, were heartfelt. Coulter, on the other hand, referred to one person as ``Missy'' and another as ``Babycakes.'' She pronounced one question to be so silly that she hooted the questioner must be majoring in engineering rather than history -- and the question was from a fellow Republican.
In short, Coulter behaved a lot like a girl who's queen bee of her sixth-grade class, right down to the contemptuous put-downs, snotty attitude and disdainful toss of blond hair. That's not attractive in an 11-year-old, much less a 40-something woman.
What's surprising, and more than a little unnerving, is that there's such a big audience for Coulter-style politics on television, on the Internet, in the print media. The WMU College Republicans shelled out $20,000 to bring Coulter to campus, and the event drew a standing-room-only crowd. It shows how we've made a cult out of bickering and name-calling -- the kind of behavior that, if children were involved, would get people sent to their rooms.
originally posted by Dafunk13
Most importantly...she needs a meal...Christ...somebody get this lady a biscuit.
originally posted by dgtempe
I dont care if people excuse her as writing satire- Its not satire. Its pure hatred.
Here's a woman who cant give a speech anymore without getting pie in her face, or worse.