Thursday, June 24, 2010

Ann Coulter On Those Open-Minded Liberals

If New York liberals insist on bragging about their intellectual bravado in believing "nothing is sacrosanct," it would really help if they could stop being the most easily offended, P.C., group-think, thin-skinned weanies in the entire universe and maybe ease up on the college "hate speech" codes, politically correct firings, and bans on military recruiters.

With that in mind, here are some questions it would be fun to ask a New York liberal like Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan at her hearings next week:

-- Roughly one-third of Americans are Evangelical Christians. Do you personally know any Evangelical Christians? Name two.

-- In 1972, Richard Nixon was elected president with more than 60 percent of the vote, winning every state except Massachusetts and the District of Columbia. How many people do you know who voted for Nixon?

-- Appropriate or inappropriate: Schools passing out condoms to seventh-graders? Schools passing out cigarettes to seventh-graders?

-- Who is a greater threat to America, Sarah Palin or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad"

Now here is a hard one.

Define THE most intolerable people on the planet, if given, say, the choice between moslems and liberals.

Both never even consider the premise that they might very well be incorrect. About anything.

Both flaunt beliefs that run contrary to everything people of good will hold dear.

Both resort to violence whenever backed into a corner about their radical agenda's.

Neither listens to the will of the people they claim to represent.

Neither thinks that there are other folks equally smart, anywhere, in the solar system, galaxy, or maybe even the universe itself.

Neither bathes with anything one could even offhandedly describe as "regularly".

Damn this is just about a tossup, ain't it?

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