Sometimes, there is so much truth in re-arranged letters.
During the October 8 edition of CNBC's The Big Idea, with host Donny Deutsch, Coulter stated: "No, we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say. ... That's what Christianity is. We believe the Old Testament, but ours is more like Federal Express. You have to obey laws.”
What a total ass. And she is amazingly unapologetic in her assertions. Host Donny Deutsch took her comments as Anti-Semitic, and so do I.
When Duetsch asserted that he took offense at her comments, she questioned as to whether he was a practicing Jew or not. What a moron.
From an email from the New Jewish Democratic Council:
As you are probably well aware, Ms. Coulter has a long history of making comments that border on hate speech. She was fired from National Review in 2001 after calling on the U.S. to invade Muslim countries, "kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity." In 2006 she wrote about 9/11 widows: "I’ve never seen people enjoying their husbands’ deaths so much."
Similarly, last December, a resident of Flemington wrote a letter about the current state of Christmas celebrations. She wrote to the Hunterdon County Democrat declaring, “We are a Christian nation, tolerant of all others.”
It was the writer’s assertion that because the Framers of the Constitution were Christian and that the majority of our population is Christian, that we are a Christian nation. I assumed that the writer also thinks ----given the same flawed reasoning ----that New Jersey is a Christian state; Flemington, a Christian town and perhaps her street is a Christian street. Go figure.
That is wrong on so many levels; I don’t even know where to begin. And I am an American. I do not need your 'tolerance', thank you very much.
Memo to Coulter and the Flemington writer:
Majority never means identity ---especially in America. That was not what the Framers had in mind, although closed minded Neanderthals like the two of you would like to think so.
People like Coulter, as well as the letter writer from Flemington, are what is wrong with the Christian right wing:
They both suffer from the narrowest possible viewpoint of society, and they are both superior in their ignorance, at that.
The rest of us need to be ever vigilant to this kind of point of view of America. Their ignorance goes round the nation faster and faster these days.