OMG. That ranks up there with the best of Mencken or Twain. Ann Coulter is an American classic. We are so proud of her. Export her everywhere!
OMG. That ranks up there with the best of Mencken or Twain.See also, from dictionary.reference.com:
Ann Coulter is an American classic. We are so proud of her.
Export her everywhere!
po·lem·ics[puh-lem-iks, poh-]And, from en.wikipedia.org:
noun(used with a singular verb)
1.the art or practice of disputation or controversy
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Word Origin & History
1638, "controversial argument or discussion," from Gk. polemikos "warlike, belligerent," from polemos "war."
Meaning "one who writes in opposition to another" is attested from 1680.
"The worst offense that can be committed by a polemic is to stigmatize those who hold a contrary opinion as bad and immoral men." [John Stuart Mill, 1806-73]
One of the most famous polemicists was the Frenchman Voltaire;
along with other classic English-language polemicists, including Jonathan Swift, Thomas Paine, Oscar Wilde and Ambrose Bierce.
Contemporary American polemicists include...
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