Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Ann Coulter Is Sick Of All Of This Apologizing...

"When will Republicans learn to stop apologizing?

The Bush administration is embroiled in the most ridiculous non-scandal scandal in human history — set off when the administration stupidly apologized for firing its own employees.

U.S. attorneys are political appointees who serve at the pleasure of the president. The president may fire them for any reason at all. That includes not implementing the president's policy about criminal prosecutions. It also includes being in the way of someone else whom the president wants to appoint for patronage reasons.

Why wasn't a fuss made when Bush fired Donald Rumsfeld? He is every bit as much a political appointee as the U.S. attorneys are.

Democrats have the breathtaking audacity to claim that Bush's replacing his own political appointees is "politicizing prosecutions."

They say this as Sandy Berger walks free after stealing and destroying top-secret national security documents — but Lewis "Scooter" Libby faces decades in prison for )not outing a covert agent. (Let's hope he's learned his lesson!)

They say this as Rep. William "The Refrigerator" Jefferson sits on the Homeland Security Committee while waiting for the $100,000 found in his freezer to thaw — but Tom DeLay remains under an indictment by some hick prosecutor in Texas for an alleged accounting violation.

They say this as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid draws interest on the sale of a property he sold in a complicated land swindle — but American hero Randy "Duke" Cunningham rots in prison.

They say this while Sen. Chuck Schumer pays no price whatsoever for his Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee having illegally obtained a copy of Republican Lt. Gov. Michael Steele's credit report, for which one employee, Lauren Weiner, pleaded guilty, but served no prison time.

They say this while Sen. Teddy Kennedy is still at large (and getting larger).

Democrats have created a world in which a DNC card is a "get out of jail free" card, and "guilt beyond a reasonable doubt" means "no doubt the defendant is Republican." (If Democrats keep this up, they'll have to rethink their push to give inmates the right to vote.)

Then they turn around and say Republicans are "politicizing prosecutions" by firing their own employees. And all Republicans can do is apologize.

I refuse to parse the inane allegations the Democrats are making, to point out that Clinton's wholesale firing of Republican U.S. attorneys was worse, or to mention that some of these U.S. attorneys should have been fired a long time ago (Carol Lam).

Bush should say: "We did it, it was political, and there's nothing you can do about it."

Couldn't agree with you more, Ann. Problem is, President Bush has this gentleman-syndrome that he can't seem to shake. Someone says there's two- sides to a story and there he goes paying attention and trying to get to the bottom of things. When BJ Willy and The Oval Orifice were running the show, they'd up and fire anyone they damned well pleased, then come right out and say that sure it isn't fair, but we need to hurt you before we can help you, and the liberals went wild in the streets chanting their names.

They are crude, disgusting, and for the most part unwashed masses of what wouldn't be clean enough to refer to as an oozing HIV-bloodsore. Not that we've never seen the likes of such creatures before, either. But back then we called them Neanderthal and drove them off of cliffs to purge the world of lesser beings. Now we send them either to Hollywood or Washington because they do put on one helluva, albeit revolting, show.

Can't DEAL with subhumans, Ann. Can't eat them either because of all of those salmonella worries, so we're stuck at least for the time being.

Oh yeah, and PS: Listen. Hear that? It's the RINO's weeping yet again because a girl said some bad things about liberals.

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