Monday, June 19, 2006

NOW I'VE HEARD EVERYTHING

David Reinhard over at he Oregonian gives us a critique on Ann coulter’s new book, “Godless,” as well as a few insights into his taste in “women”…

“Graceless: The high priestess of conservatism”

I won’t read the book, of course, or address anything the witch postulates. As far as I’m concerned, she is living breathing proof there is no God, for no supreme being would allow such an abomination to live, but would rather blast it to flinders…

But this… Now I’ve heard everything…

Reinhard writes:

“"The only sort of authority Cindy Sheehan has is the uncanny ability to demonstrate, by example, what body types should avoid wearing shorts in public."

I'm with Coulter on Sheehan and today's grief-based political posturing, but this was too much. It would be tasteless and mean if Coulter were one of "those body types that should avoid wearing shorts in public." Suffice it to say she's not, as anyone with a pulse will notice after seeing the blue-eyed blonde on a panel discussion, the hem of her signature black dress hiked up to midthigh. Coulter's stunning looks make her all the more cruel. She worries that sending out grieving women to make political points is degrading our public discourse. And then she uses the puerile technique of the lunchroom bully.

Actually, I wouldn't be calling attention to anyone's looks if I were Coulter, for here's another fact. She would never get away with some of this stuff were it not for her looks. She's would never get away with this sort of stuff if she were a man, hunk or not.”

Dave, Dave… Two pieces of advice…

First for you… Get an eye exam. That woman is so ugly it’s scary. It’s hard to believe a blonde can be that ugly…

Second, for the witch herself. Someone she listens to – if such a person exists - needs to tell her to change her clothier… It’s cruel and unusual to subject mankind to visions of the ghost of bosoms that far past…

Hide or hoist, woman!

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