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2012-09-29 06:32:02 AM
i1162.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-29 06:49:06 AM

stlbluez: MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.

And doing so correctly.
and as usual... no one really has any facts or actual rebuttals to what she's saying.
Mainly... they just don't want to hear it & start insulting instead. (case in point.. every fark thread ever on Ann Coulter)
I'm not her biggest fan but the reactions to her "inconvenient truths" are quite amusing :)


You may want to put the bong down and open your eyes once in a while. Every time she puts out a book, the reviews that follow (the ones not from WND, Townhall, Red State, or the other sites that give away her books for free) point out numerous errors. Every damn book, every damn time.

She's not a bad person because she holds political views different from mine; she's a bad person because she uses demonstrably false "points" to "support" the crap she uses to whip up frenzy from her fans as well as her not-fans.

You're only pointing out your own ignorance when you say nobody's ever rebutted her lies.
 
2012-09-29 07:30:22 AM

wotthefark: Cornell West should drop that biatch.

Da fuq you say about black people.


I heart that man.
I meant Cornell.
 
2012-09-29 07:32:35 AM

mirazh1976: What I don't get is why people assume just because someone who is not of the same race or ethnicity that they cannot comprehend or explain how a race other than their own feels over particular issues.

We need more understanding and less victimization in this world.

It's like you must only have a certain mindset or affiliation in order to lay claim to know how x group feels. When clearly that is not the truth even when claims my be spoken by someone of their own ethnicity. And since this is the case, then fark what is the use to assume you know right from wrong? What is worth in learning anything from anyone and sharing that knowledge in front of others.

Only to be rebuffed because you are not a part of the ethnicity you talk about?
That is ridiculous and only promotes division of people.

To assume someone of another race cannot speak about what people of another race may feel is in and of itself contributing to racists bias. And NOT promoting unity.

And for those who could not keep their heads straight for 5 seconds can clearly hear in this video, that Ann was talking about perceptions and efforts of the White people. While attempting to put forth historical notes in front of all these hens squawking away.

I don't follow Ann C by any means, but she has a lot more courage than any of these ignorant haters out there, that is for sure. Nobody owns the monopoly on understanding within their own race, not Ann, not Whoppi, or Whoppi's grandmother.

Time is infinite.
And you with your sliver of life experience will never trump other peoples identity, both now, in the future and of the past. Grow a farking backbone people.

And god damn the view is horrible garbage.


Derp.
You should have just stuck with the last paragraph and statement.
 
2012-09-29 07:38:30 AM

Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.


Hahaha. You made a funny.
 
2012-09-29 07:46:11 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.


Wow.
You haz a stupid.
You should get that removed
 
2012-09-29 08:15:18 AM

Sabyen91: Worship?


Don't you see? If there's one thing I've learned from Conservatives, it is that there is no such thing as indifference, or normal levels of like or dislike. Everything is either abject worship or full-on odium.
 
2012-09-29 08:18:59 AM

Ishidan: For an encore, Rush Limbaugh tells George Takei how thin homosexual Asians feel?


That's not unfair at all. Rush has likely felt a lot of homosexual Asians.
 
2012-09-29 08:38:05 AM

Trapper439: stlbluez: MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.

And doing so correctly.
and as usual... no one really has any facts or actual rebuttals to what she's saying.
Mainly... they just don't want to hear it & start insulting instead. (case in point.. every fark thread ever on Ann Coulter)
I'm not her biggest fan but the reactions to her "inconvenient truths" are quite amusing :)

Oh, please STFU.

This is the biatch that said of the wives of 9/11 victims that she'd never seen anyone enjoy the deaths of their husbands so much:

Link


She was right, though.
 
2012-09-29 08:47:54 AM

TheMysticS: ExperianScaresCthulhu: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.

Wow.
You haz a stupid.
You should get that removed


Shrug.

i've looked at life zealots from both sides now,
from win and lose, and still somehow
it's life's zealots' illusions i recall.
i really don't know life zealots at all.

/doesn't Colbert have a PAC?
//didn't Stewart and Colbert hold a political rally?
///at what point does satire bleed into wish-fulfillment?
 
2012-09-29 08:53:21 AM

Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: ExperianScaresCthulhu: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.

Worship?

I didn't know Stewart, Colbert, or Maher were running for office, either. Are conservatives really so desperate now they make up pure shiat and then parade it around as the truth? When was the last time anyone "worshipped" Jon Stewart, or claimed he speaks God's Own Truth?


When's the last time Stewart and company *haven't* been put on a pedastal by the lib echo chambers? Stewart had to make a comment, years ago, about young adults getting their political views from himself, a comedian........ how much of that 'wtf?' was directed towards the media, and how much of that was directed towards his viewers?

As for not electing entertainers to office...

wpcontent.answcdn.com

It's all good. I just don't like seeing one side -- no matter which side -- claim a moral high ground which doesn't exist, and perhaps has no business existing.

/same goes for goal-post moving
//everybody needs cocoa and marshmallows today
 
2012-09-29 08:58:09 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: ExperianScaresCthulhu: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.

Worship?

I didn't know Stewart, Colbert, or Maher were running for office, either. Are conservatives really so desperate now they make up pure shiat and then parade it around as the truth? When was the last time anyone "worshipped" Jon Stewart, or claimed he speaks God's Own Truth?

When's the last time Stewart and company *haven't* been put on a pedastal by the lib echo chambers? Stewart had to make a comment, years ago, about young adults getting their political views from himself, a comedian........ how much of that 'wtf?' was directed towards the media, and how much of that was directed towards his viewers?

As for not electing entertainers to office...

[wpcontent.answcdn.com image 240x304]

It's all good. I just don't like seeing one side -- no matter which side -- claim a moral high ground which doesn't exist, and perhaps has no business existing.

/same goes for goal-post moving
//everybody needs cocoa and marshmallows today


We get it. Both sides bad. Vote Republican. But which Republican? The guy that won the GOP nomination, the Republican who got thumped in the primary and now calls himself a Libertarian, or the other Republican who got thumped in the primary and has managed to unite white supremacists, Randroids, and potheads?
 
2012-09-29 09:12:52 AM

rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.


Reagan?
 
2012-09-29 09:28:29 AM

Blues_X: [photos.imageevent.com image 500x331]


Not reading all of the comments--in case it hasn't been said, that pic right there needs some gollum quotes.
 
2012-09-29 10:05:10 AM

eraser8: And, Coulter's saying that the Southern Strategy never happened is just absurd. Who the hell falls for her nonsense? I have my suspicions, but I'm hoping someone will come up with an hypothesis that isn't quite so...damning as the one that seems obvious to me.


Hey, if she were a German, she'd be an adamant Holocaust-denier. (Dunno, maybe she is anyway.) The people who "fall for her nonsense" are narrow-minded bigots who have already made up their minds and just need someone semi-famous (in their own little world, anyway) to whom they can point and say "See? She says so, too. And she's on TV and she's written books and she knows other semi-famous people, so she knows what she's talking about."
 
2012-09-29 10:32:41 AM
i931.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-29 10:36:54 AM
Blacks or black blacks?
 
2012-09-29 10:58:53 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Trapper439: stlbluez: MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.

And doing so correctly.
and as usual... no one really has any facts or actual rebuttals to what she's saying.
Mainly... they just don't want to hear it & start insulting instead. (case in point.. every fark thread ever on Ann Coulter)
I'm not her biggest fan but the reactions to her "inconvenient truths" are quite amusing :)

Oh, please STFU.

This is the biatch that said of the wives of 9/11 victims that she'd never seen anyone enjoy the deaths of their husbands so much:

Link


She was right, though.


I had a long post to respond to your other stuff.

But that's not right.
 
2012-09-29 12:40:33 PM

stlbluez: MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.

And doing so correctly.


Oh look,, the "white liberal guilt" meme.

Classic RW deflection that.

Here's the deal.

The GOP is now made up mostly of old ,white people who grew up in a time when being white in America meant a certain degree of of expected privilege. The changing demographic/political situation in the US means that that time is coming to an end and they are afraid. I think the vast majority of the negative visceral gut reaction against Obama's election stems from that fear. Not even sure it's a conscious fear for many of them but it's there. Every time the "white liberal guilt" meme comes up it reminds me how many dread the end of white privilege in America. 

/On topic? Ann Coulter's a troll and I'm not watching a View link. You can't make me. :>p
 
2012-09-29 12:49:32 PM

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: It was the most astonishing display of willful ignorance I have seen this election season.


Turn on Fox News for 10 or 15 minutes.
 
2012-09-29 01:52:23 PM

StewPie: From the wiki machine...


The aftermath of the flood was one factor in the Great Migration of African-Americans to northern cities. During an era in which racism was commonplace, blacks built levees at gunpoint, starved in refugee camps and many were left to fend for themselves during the flood, while whites were rescued.[5] Previously, the move from the rural South to the Northern cities had virtually stopped. The flood waters began to recede in June 1927, but interracial relations continued to be strained. Hostilities had erupted between the races; a black man was shot by a white police officer when he refused to be conscripted to unload a relief boat.[6][7] As a result of displacements lasting up to six months, tens of thousands of local African-Americans moved to the big cities of the North, particularly Chicago; many thousands more followed in the following decades.[8]

The flood propelled Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, who was in charge of flood relief operations, into the national spotlight and set the stage for his election to the presidency, but indirectly contributed to his defeat four years later. The flood also aided Huey Long's election to the governorship of Louisiana in 1928.[9]:408-409, 477, 487 Hoover was much lauded for his masterful handling of the refugee camps, but later concerns over the treatment of blacks in those camps caused him to make promises to the African-American community which he later broke, losing the black vote in his reelection campaign.[9]:259-290, passim Several reports on the terrible situation in the refugee camps, including one by the Colored Advisory Commission by Robert Russa Moton, were kept out of the media at Hoover's request, with the pledge of further reforms for blacks after the presidential election. When he failed to deliver, Moton and other influential African-Americans helped to shift the allegiance of Black Americans from the Republican party to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Democrats.[9]:415

The f ...


Ann knew that.
 
2012-09-29 02:24:18 PM

Graffito: StewPie: From the wiki machine...


The aftermath of the flood was one factor in the Great Migration of African-Americans to northern cities. During an era in which racism was commonplace, blacks built levees at gunpoint, starved in refugee camps and many were left to fend for themselves during the flood, while whites were rescued.[5] Previously, the move from the rural South to the Northern cities had virtually stopped. The flood waters began to recede in June 1927, but interracial relations continued to be strained. Hostilities had erupted between the races; a black man was shot by a white police officer when he refused to be conscripted to unload a relief boat.[6][7] As a result of displacements lasting up to six months, tens of thousands of local African-Americans moved to the big cities of the North, particularly Chicago; many thousands more followed in the following decades.[8]

The flood propelled Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, who was in charge of flood relief operations, into the national spotlight and set the stage for his election to the presidency, but indirectly contributed to his defeat four years later. The flood also aided Huey Long's election to the governorship of Louisiana in 1928.[9]:408-409, 477, 487 Hoover was much lauded for his masterful handling of the refugee camps, but later concerns over the treatment of blacks in those camps caused him to make promises to the African-American community which he later broke, losing the black vote in his reelection campaign.[9]:259-290, passim Several reports on the terrible situation in the refugee camps, including one by the Colored Advisory Commission by Robert Russa Moton, were kept out of the media at Hoover's request, with the pledge of further reforms for blacks after the presidential election. When he failed to deliver, Moton and other influential African-Americans helped to shift the allegiance of Black Americans from the Republican party to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Democrats.[9]:4 ...

Ann knew that.


That's the part that's so aggravating: she's smart enough to know that she's lying, but she knows she'll find an audience that will believe her (which includes some of the white knights in this very thread). Ken Mehlman (when he was RNC chairman) got a lot of flack for making a public apology for the Southern Strategy, because there's a segment of the right that just doesn't want to admit it existed.
 
2012-09-29 02:37:03 PM

Elephantman: [i931.photobucket.com image 504x504]


What does that even mean? Anything?
 
2012-09-29 02:45:01 PM

Hickory-smoked: Elephantman: [i931.photobucket.com image 504x504]

What does that even mean? Anything?


It's the only photoshop he knows how to use.
 
2012-09-29 03:46:26 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: As for not electing entertainers to office...



He's more of a writer than an entertainer, and had a history of politics. It's not like worshiping a failed B actor like Reagan to office
 
2012-09-29 04:04:42 PM
i49.tinypic.com
 
2012-09-29 09:27:59 PM

MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt her new book.


I don't know if there is such a thing as "liberal guilt" but I sure as hell have never heard any such phrase as "conservative guilt".
 
2012-09-30 06:58:09 AM

rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.


No, liberals hear, "wooo, whoopie farted, and she told me to vote for Obama." Vote Fartbongo.
 
2012-09-30 12:22:00 PM

Noam Chimpsky: The thing I don't understand is why more people won't pay attention to my trolling? Here, let me say some even stupider racist stuff about Democratic Congressmen


pictat.com
 
2012-09-30 03:08:59 PM

Tumunga: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

No, liberals hear, "wooo, whoopie farted, and she told me to vote for Obama." Vote Fartbongo.


Care to provide some substantive reasons why Romney is the better candidate?
 
2012-10-01 09:36:17 AM

HighOnCraic: Tumunga: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

No, liberals hear, "wooo, whoopie farted, and she told me to vote for Obama." Vote Fartbongo.

Care to provide some substantive reasons why Romney is the better candidate?


To me? It's time to fix my problem. The price of gas, food, electricity, is up. The medical spending account has been changed to where Obama has created a tax increase on the working poor who use that account (which consists of the owner's money, not the government's) by limiting the amount I can put into the account without being taxed on it. This has increased my taxes, but I don't make the mythical $250k/yr that would classify me as rich.

Am I better off now that I was 4 years ago? Nope. Time for Change, which makes Romney the better candidate.
 
2012-10-01 11:23:03 AM

Tumunga: HighOnCraic: Tumunga: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

No, liberals hear, "wooo, whoopie farted, and she told me to vote for Obama." Vote Fartbongo.

Care to provide some substantive reasons why Romney is the better candidate?

To me? It's time to fix my problem. The price of gas, food, electricity, is up. The medical spending account has been changed to where Obama has created a tax increase on the working poor who use that account (which consists of the owner's money, not the government's) by limiting the amount I can put into the account without being taxed on it. This has increased my taxes, but I don't make the mythical $250k/yr that would classify me as rich.

Am I better off now that I was 4 years ago? Nope. Time for Change, which makes Romney the better candidate.


So other than not being Obama, what are Romney's positive attributes?
 
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