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Only W CAN THINK HE KNOWS (ANN COULTER WAS RIGHT)
World Net Daily. com ^ | 07/22/2005 | Andrew Longman

Posted on 07/22/2005 5:13:32 PM PDT by sirthomasthemore

A small town in Indiana and a brief filed saying that Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided are entirely positive signs on first inspection, but the second reveals only a leaning and not a falling off on one side or the other. This is, of course, by White House design for the public understanding of Judge Roberts. Bush has exhibited his recurrent traits and examining G.W. Bush right now is the only way to know what really is in the heart of Judge Roberts.

Roberts is deliberately without much record. He is deliberately congenial and with friends all around. He is deliberately professionally competent, hard to make controversial – fine. I say "deliberately" on Bush's part – it is unknown if Judge Roberts has achieved his stealth status by his own design or by chance. Seemingly driven, popular success would encourage an individual to remain somewhat vanilla, but great strategists also sometimes hold their tongue and bide their time. We don't know, and that's the point.

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To: photodawg; Tired of Taxes; AD from SpringBay; Gracey; nuffsenuff; cynicom; John Filson; FBD; ...
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You said "...maybe you've been here to long and are just taking some important things for granted."

I am taking nothing for granted. Perhaps you haven't been here long enough and are seeing FR as you would like it to be rather than what it really is. What you see quoted above has all been taken from the FR mission statements as articulated by Jim Robinson. That this is a conservative site for conservatives could not be any clearer. The point of my earlier posts was that FR should remain a conservative site for conservatives and not be slowly dragged toward the center which is exactly where the GOP Big Tent RINOs/Liberals/Moderates would like to take it.

I have also pinged a couple of others to this post and hope this will shed some further light on my comments and perhaps respond to some of their questions as posted to me earlier. Other Freepers who often share the same views have been pinged so they may be aware of what I have said here and have an opportunity to agree or not as they see fit.

201 posted on 07/23/2005 2:45:40 PM PDT by Czar (StillFedUptotheTeeth@Washington)
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To: Republican Wildcat

It's a troll.


202 posted on 07/23/2005 2:45:59 PM PDT by Howlin
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To: dirtboy

Correction: "She said he did {NOT] have much of a track record to go on."


203 posted on 07/23/2005 2:46:47 PM PDT by Sam Hill
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To: Sam Hill
Both of these things seem to be pretty undeniably true. Where's the bombast?

I disagree in that Roberts has a long track record as an attorney - and his wife is quite active in pro-life causes.

He's nowhere near the cipher that Souter represented. And for all the talk of Souter, Bush the Elder also nominated another judge with a minimal history. A certain gent named Clarence Thomas who has turned out quite nicely.

204 posted on 07/23/2005 2:48:03 PM PDT by dirtboy (Drool overflowed my buffer...)
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To: rcocean; Republican Wildcat
The whole point being, to make the board such a nasty place, real conservatives just give up and leave.

Are you implying that the people who still post on this site are not "real" conservatives?

And, btw, you're still here, aren't you? Are you a "real" conservative?

205 posted on 07/23/2005 2:50:22 PM PDT by Howlin
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To: dirtboy

So you're saying there was no bombast. Okay.


206 posted on 07/23/2005 2:54:08 PM PDT by Sam Hill
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To: John Filson

I agree as well.


207 posted on 07/23/2005 2:55:33 PM PDT by winodog (We need to pull the fedgov.con's feeding tube)
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To: Sam Hill
So you're saying there was no bombast

I'm not quite sure what you're saying.

208 posted on 07/23/2005 3:00:32 PM PDT by dirtboy (Drool overflowed my buffer...)
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To: dirtboy

You said Coulter's column was bombastic.

I asked for some examples.

You said you disagreed with her claim that Roberts did not have much of a track record to go on, vis., his conservatism.

You didn't cite any bombast on her part.


209 posted on 07/23/2005 3:02:14 PM PDT by Sam Hill
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To: Sam Hill
So all we know about him for sure is that he can't dance and he probably doesn't know who Jay-Z is. Other than that, he is a blank slate. Tabula rasa. Big zippo. Nada. Oh, yeah...we also know he's argued cases before the supreme court. big deal; so has Larry fFynt's attorney.

But unfortunately, other than that that, we don’t know much about John Roberts. Stealth nominees have never turned out to be a pleasant surprise for conservatives. Never. Not ever.

Nah, no bombast here.

210 posted on 07/23/2005 3:04:48 PM PDT by dirtboy (Drool overflowed my buffer...)
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To: dirtboy

So we agree.

By the way, you are wrong about Thomas not having a record. If you will recall, when he was nominated to the DC Court of Appeals his nomination was stalled. It only went through after Joe Biden's "document request" got printed in the WSJ. If I recall correctly, it was in very small type and it took up almost a whole page of the WSJ. Because of the outrage over that, Thomas got through.


211 posted on 07/23/2005 3:07:19 PM PDT by Sam Hill
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To: Howlin
"Are you implying that the people who still post on this site are not "real" conservatives? And, btw, you're still here, aren't you? Are you a "real" conservative"

Yes. I not implying, I'm stating in clear language that there are left-wing disputers on this board, who post insults and abuse others, with the goal of disrupting this board and sowing dissension.

If you are really conservative, you would direct your anger onto the liberals, i.e the enemy, instead of constantly shooting at your troops.
212 posted on 07/23/2005 3:10:58 PM PDT by rcocean (Copyright is theft and loved by Hollywood socialists)
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To: sirthomasthemore
It is an absolute disgrace that some posters have attacked her for her body shape; and, her marital status; and, her facial features; and, her purported drinking habits; and imputed uninformed pseudo- psychoanalysis in this vicious ad hominem attack. If ANYONE in the conservative movement didn’t deserve such hypocritical treatment from her own, it is Ann Coulter.
I have felt obligated to come to the defense of Miss Coulter in this area as well. It should be beneath "our side", is grossly mirepresentational, lacks pertinence, and has no place in disagreement over opinion.

(And the requests for pictures that accompany every thread mention belie the attacks anyway.)

213 posted on 07/23/2005 3:14:03 PM PDT by AnnaZ
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To: dirtboy
Thank you very much. But I don't draw such a sharp distinction between writing like mine, and Ann Coulter's. She is a very smart lady. Usually, I can easily see and entirely agree with the logical point she is making in each column.

Sure, she punches up her language in her classic way. She gives the lib-Dems apoplectic fits. That's her way. That's not my way. Still, I usually agree with her underlying logic. And occasionally, I say day-um, I wish I could write lack that. LOL.

John / Billybob

214 posted on 07/23/2005 3:28:15 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob (Will President Bush's SECOND appointment obey the Constitution? I give 95-5 odds on yes.)
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To: sirthomasthemore

Simple explanation:

There is a very high percentage of Republican loyalists here. Republican does NOT mean automatic conservative, contrary to their thinking.

There is a very high percentage of Republican loyalists here who think they are conservative but are not.

There is a very high percentage of Republican loyalists who think they are conservative here and they also think President Bush is a conservative. President Bush proved long ago, early into his administration, that he is not a conservative (although he does fight the war on terror, he is a liberal in domestic agenda).

Since you read a good part of the Coulter/Roberts thread, you can also see that there are some very perceptive members here in the minority that have the ability to be very perceptive and rational. That makes FR a valuable forum and important for the conservative movement. This explains why Ann Coulter is praised (like others) normally, but the second they make astute and accurate comments that run contrary to the RNC loyalists, these same members turn on Ann (and the others--including FR members--in many similar instances).

Most of what is said on FR is unimportant because it comes form blind party loyalists. However, it is what is said by the minority here that makes FR a great forum. The minority here bring forth great source material and make the best posts that cause many in the Bush administration and in conservative media outlets take notice.

Ignore the majority--read what the minority have to say.


215 posted on 07/23/2005 3:31:22 PM PDT by Dont_Tread_On_Me_888 (Bush's #1 priority is Africa. #2 priority appease Fox and Mexico . . . Our nation #64.)
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To: Czar; photodawg
One thing I've noticed recently on FR is that there's much less activism (FReeps) or discussion regarding ideas for FReeps. Now, part of the reason for that is that during the days when the Democrats were the majority and during the Clinton AdministrationAberration, we had a "common" enemy in influential positions (a target rich environment, you might say). Of course, the MOST famous FReep was the "Get Out of Cheney's House" FReep (that's what brought me here), and there have been some other doozies. But today, there's much more discussion/debate over things WITHIN the Republican party and conservative circles. There are lots of "new" conservatives, and lots of "new" Freepers that don't seem to want to "assimilate" with Free Republic's ways (for instance, I'm amazed at the number of FReepers that just refuse to use html tags--I can always tell a newer or unassimilated FReeper because they don't italicize when quoting from another post.) But, like I said, that's all superficial. You're right, Czar, about Jim Robinson's mission and the references to conservatism. This isn't the RNC website, it's Free Republic. The difference, to me, is illustrated most recently for me in the posts leading up to the SCOTUS nomination. My opinion is that Alberto Gonzalez is no conservative (abortion rulings, La Raza affiliation), but there were FReepers whose only comments about him were "Don't worry. Bush won't appoint him." Well, he's Attorney General, and that's bad enough given his jurisdiction over immigration and his La Raza affiliation. Another example are those who are Apologists for the Administration's soft stance on border security. They argue economics and present their views absent of a central conservative theme--American Sovereignty. But, I digress. Yes. FR has changed. No. It's not and shouldn't be an RNC site. Even if Zell Miller had never given his Republican Convention speech, his conservativism would've fit in with FR better than some Republicans in Washington.
216 posted on 07/23/2005 3:57:27 PM PDT by hispanarepublicana (There will be no bad talk or loud talk in this place. CB Stubblefield.)
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To: Darkwolf377
Great post! ................. and give Annie a few cheeseburgers if you ever see her.

;-)

217 posted on 07/23/2005 5:03:14 PM PDT by beyond the sea ("If you think it's hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball." - Jack Lemmon)
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To: since1868
Who is a better to judge. Mark Levin or Ann?

LOL....... F. Lee of course!

218 posted on 07/23/2005 5:04:30 PM PDT by beyond the sea ("If you think it's hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball." - Jack Lemmon)
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To: sirthomasthemore
Someone who believes that Christians and conservatives don't call a lady of Ann's reputation a "hooker"

I am sure that poster did not call Annie a hooker, that poster said that in a certain set of (3)pictures she looked (was dressed) like a hooker. And that poster was right.

Ann's a very sardonic and witty writer, but she could use a little help with her clothing................. would you like to help?

219 posted on 07/23/2005 5:10:06 PM PDT by beyond the sea ("If you think it's hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball." - Jack Lemmon)
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To: FreedomSurge

That is a fact.


220 posted on 07/23/2005 5:11:33 PM PDT by beyond the sea ("If you think it's hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball." - Jack Lemmon)
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To: CWOJackson
Calm down Rhett, Scarlet can take care of herself.

LOL!

221 posted on 07/23/2005 5:29:12 PM PDT by beyond the sea ("If you think it's hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball." - Jack Lemmon)
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To: hispanarepublicana
"This isn't the RNC website, it's Free Republic. The difference, to me, is illustrated most recently for me in the posts leading up to the SCOTUS nomination. My opinion is that Alberto Gonzalez is no conservative (abortion rulings, La Raza affiliation), but there were FReepers whose only comments about him were "Don't worry. Bush won't appoint him." Well, he's Attorney General, and that's bad enough given his jurisdiction over immigration and his La Raza affiliation. Another example are those who are Apologists for the Administration's soft stance on border security. They argue economics and present their views absent of a central conservative theme--American Sovereignty. But, I digress. Yes. FR has changed. No. It's not and shouldn't be an RNC site. Even if Zell Miller had never given his Republican Convention speech, his conservativism would've fit in with FR better than some Republicans in Washington.

Words to live by. For us, and for FR.

222 posted on 07/23/2005 5:30:55 PM PDT by Czar (StillFedUptotheTeeth@Washington)
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To: Torie

Thank You.

my error...


223 posted on 07/23/2005 6:44:10 PM PDT by wardaddy
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To: Howlin

LOL. Another troll. How many people who came to his defense lost credibility here?

Oh, none. Those people had no credibility to begin with.


224 posted on 07/23/2005 8:08:31 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: rcocean; Howlin
I suppose thats true, although I haven't seen any examples.

This thread is an excellent example. It was a troll of the stripe I was describing, as confirmed by JimRob himself.

225 posted on 07/23/2005 8:10:59 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: sirthomasthemore
JimRob gotcha. I was right about you, wasn't I?


"BYE BYE!"

226 posted on 07/23/2005 8:13:08 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: Republican Wildcat

Good catch!


227 posted on 07/23/2005 8:22:52 PM PDT by brad76
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To: ModelBreaker
If he does, the R's lose the Senate in 2006

Given the behavior of Democrats for the past two years and many of them up for re-election in red states in 2006, the Democrats have one hell of a hill to climb in regaining the Senate. At best, they'll probably lose more seats.

228 posted on 07/24/2005 3:45:50 AM PDT by BigSkyFreeper (Liberalism is a form of insanity)
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To: Czar

Thanks for the ping and reply. I agree with most of the "bedrock issues" in FR's description of conservativism.

IMO, you are correct about the forum changing. In just the three-plus years I've been here, I've noticed a change, too, to a more "moderate" membership. (As a matter of fact, I remember more right-leaning Freepers flaming me in the past - as in, "What do you mean you don't want religion in schools?! Are you a troll?" - whereas now the flames come from a more left-leaning crowd here - as in, "What do you mean you don't think there should be public schools?! Are you crazy?!"). ;-) Another example: there were many more homeschoolers here when I first signed up, and now that's just not the case anymore.

But I can see why the FR tent has widened. First, there are those of us whose views are right-leaning in a more "libertarian" sense (like Boortz and Elder). We tend to take the idea of limited gov't to an extreme, but I think we belong here.

Nowadays, there are newer Freepers who just seem to have "pet conservative issues," while taking a moderate stance in a few other areas. But, I can see why they'd belong here, too. It'd be worse if they strayed to the other side; the more votes cast for conservatives, the better. Anyway, the President himself takes a moderate position is quite a few areas (to the dismay of some of us).


229 posted on 07/24/2005 5:06:56 PM PDT by Tired of Taxes
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To: Tired of Taxes
We probably agree on much more than we would disagree regarding the bedrock issues.

I appreciate your comments. Thanks.

230 posted on 07/24/2005 6:00:21 PM PDT by Czar (StillFedUptotheTeeth@Washington)
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To: sirthomasthemore

I'm glad I clicked on your account, I see that you've been zotted. I THOUGHT you were a troll, which was why I added "Zot" to the keyword section. At least you responded to the posts aimed at you, and for the most part they were relatively coherent, which is unusual for a troll and it explains why you lasted so long on this forum. But I do not feel the need to answer your post now that I know you were a troll all along. And, of course, I'm kinda lazy and I have trouble figuring out what you're getting at.

The best line I saw from you was, "I am engaging in civil discourse, as to a significant issue to conservatives..." I would advise you to stay that course the next time you sign up and try to troll through FR. Also, try growing a sense of humor. Buh bye.


231 posted on 07/25/2005 11:23:21 AM PDT by Kevin OMalley (No, not Freeper#95235, Freeper #1165: Charter member, What Was My Login Club.)
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To: Czar

"The point of my earlier posts was that FR should remain a conservative site for conservatives and not be slowly dragged toward the center which is exactly where the GOP Big Tent RINOs/Liberals/Moderates would like to take it. "

***Well said. Sometimes it does seem like FR is being co-opted, but it still remains healthy for the most part. I wonder if that is kinda inevitable, being dragged into more moderate territory. It's probably just a byproduct of becoming the most popular news site on the web. We need guys like you to stick to the original standard. Keep up the good work.


232 posted on 07/25/2005 11:40:44 AM PDT by Kevin OMalley (No, not Freeper#95235, Freeper #1165: Charter member, What Was My Login Club.)
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To: Kevin OMalley
I think most of us want to see FR remain the hard right rudder conservative site which its mission statements say it is. To me, nothing would be worse than to see FR hijacked by the country club/silk sock division of the GOP.

Thanks for your kind words.

233 posted on 07/25/2005 12:04:58 PM PDT by Czar (StillFedUptotheTeeth@Washington)
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To: sirthomasthemore
Your point is well taken.

I don't particularly agree with Ann Coulter's pessimistic opinion on the the nominee, but, after Souter and Kennedy, I would not be in the least suprised if she proves to be entirely correct.

As for the ad hominim attacks--they are inappropriate and irrelevant to the debate. It is sad that conservatives, who ought to know better, would resort to using this sort of thing against Ann Coulter, who has served the conservative cause by giving the left an intellectual a** kicking for years. They are probably the type of people who would gladly bayonet their own wounded.
234 posted on 07/25/2005 12:24:04 PM PDT by Busywhiskers ("...moral principle, the sine qua non of an orderly society." --Judge Edith H. Jones)
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To: Busywhiskers

You took the troll's bait, I see.


235 posted on 07/25/2005 10:38:19 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: Dont_Tread_On_Me_888

You also fell for the troll's bait. Good grief.

Think, people, think.


236 posted on 07/25/2005 10:40:10 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: AnnaZ
I have felt obligated to come to the defense of Miss Coulter in this area as well. It should be beneath "our side", is grossly mirepresentational, lacks pertinence, and has no place in disagreement over opinion.

(And the requests for pictures that accompany every thread mention belie the attacks anyway.)

You are correct, AnnaZ, and I join in your defense of Ann Coulter regarding the same.

237 posted on 07/26/2005 4:18:45 AM PDT by tame (Are you willing to be as SHAMELESS for the truth as leftists are for a lie?)
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To: Republican Wildcat
You also fell for the troll's bait. Good grief.

You don't realize how silly you look for calling that member a troll. Yo might as well call Ann Coulter a troll. And no, I NEVER "fall for bait". I am too perceptive, too intelligent and too well researched in my issues to "fall for bait".

That name calling of yours is childish beyond words. Had Bill Clinton appointed Roberts, there would have been massive teeth gnashing since "we" would have wanted a Luttig, Brown or Rogers appointed.

Like always, Ann Coutler is correct, and your childish name calling makes you look foolish.

238 posted on 07/26/2005 7:01:02 AM PDT by Dont_Tread_On_Me_888 (Bush's #1 priority is Africa. #2 priority appease Fox and Mexico . . . Our nation #64.)
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To: Dont_Tread_On_Me_888

Ditto.


239 posted on 07/26/2005 7:10:35 AM PDT by rcocean (Copyright is theft and loved by Hollywood socialists)
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To: Republican Wildcat

"You took the troll's bait, I see."

And I see you drank the Republican party cool aid.


240 posted on 07/26/2005 8:25:50 AM PDT by Busywhiskers ("...moral principle, the sine qua non of an orderly society." --Judge Edith H. Jones)
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To: Dont_Tread_On_Me_888

LOL. Keep it up. You only make yourself look more and more foolish.


241 posted on 07/26/2005 2:25:59 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: Busywhiskers
And I see you drank the Republican party cool aid.

Very, very stupid. I expected no less.

242 posted on 07/26/2005 2:26:48 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: Dont_Tread_On_Me_888; Howlin
You don't realize how silly you look for calling that member a troll.

I look silly? LOL! Read the thread and click on his screen name. He's not a member - he's a zotted troll, and a retread troll that's been here numerous times as confirmed by JimRob. You fell for the troll's little act hook, line, and sinker.

Had Bill Clinton appointed Roberts, there would have been massive teeth gnashing since "we" would have wanted a Luttig, Brown or Rogers appointed.

Bill Clinton would never have appointed Roberts. What a ridiculous thing to say.

Oh, and I never called Coulter any names, so your claims to the contrary are lies (but of course you already knew that).

243 posted on 07/26/2005 2:34:59 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: Republican Wildcat

"Very, very stupid. I expected no less."

You're right. Almost on the level of your troll bait comment. Sorry.


244 posted on 07/26/2005 3:30:12 PM PDT by Busywhiskers ("...moral principle, the sine qua non of an orderly society." --Judge Edith H. Jones)
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To: Busywhiskers

I took no positions on any issues on this thread - other than skepticism as to the motives of this poster - which turned out to be well founded, as confirmed by JimRob.


245 posted on 07/26/2005 11:59:39 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
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To: sirthomasthemore

Dude, go back down to your basement, eat some cheetos and make out with your life-size Coulter cut-out. She's waaaaaiiting for you!


246 posted on 07/27/2005 12:16:46 AM PDT by LanaTurnerOverdrive
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To: sirthomasthemore
Every single troll is an ENEMY OF THE REPUBLIC!


247 posted on 07/27/2005 12:18:09 AM PDT by Paul_Denton (Get the U.N. out of the U.S. and U.S. out of the U.N.!)
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To: sirthomasthemore

hear, hear. Whether she is "cigarettes and chardonnay" or "Bible study with the Baptists", she is one of ours and we ought to love, love, love her. After all, that isn't hard is it? There's a lot to love about Ann Coulter. And moreover we must remember the Maxim of Ronaldus, "Thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow republican...." I use the term fellow here in the true sense of fellow-ship. The maxim need not, for example, apply to swenatah Mcwayne.

Anny, Baby, if you're logging in for sustenance, log away. We'll always roll out the red carpet for you, you silky brilliant thing, you.


248 posted on 08/29/2005 4:53:18 PM PDT by FarRockaway (This despotic gerrymander a greater freedom than what once was?)
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To: sirthomasthemore

Well Ann, I for one "love ya!" I really hope that you find this posting on this thread.

I love your rapier-like wit, and the way (a bit like South Park), you like to go right up to the line, then take a step back, and then launch yourself across the line, like the guy that shot himself out of a cannon across the US/Mexico border!

All I can say, and I know that I speak for at least 20 other people, is keep it up, keep your head held high, and know that you've got the support of a lot of people out there.

Sincerely,

Mark


249 posted on 08/29/2005 4:58:12 PM PDT by MarkL (It was a shocking cock-up. The mice were furious!)
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