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Friday, November 4, 2011

Ann Coulter: "OUR BLACKS are better than their blacks." Yes, she really said that.

"OUR blacks?" 


In this Daily Show segment, Jon Stewart comically destroys Donald "I've Always Had A Great Relationship With The Blacks" Trump and, then he and his fellow comics  go on to annihilate the consistently horrid Ann Coulter, who disgraces herself with her sickening "Our blacks are better than their blacks," comment and her stupifying boast that "Herman Cain is a blacker black than Obama."

If there is a more devasting example of Coulter's and the Right's patronizing treatment of an entire group of Americans, I have yet to see it. Watching Coulter's stunningly insensitive description of African-Americans leaves absolutely no doubt in any thinking person's mind as to the true nature of the Republican Party--condescending arrogance.



17 comments:

Anonymous said...

"A conservative black is a massive threat to the entire liberal establishment," Coulter said, "and this is a smart, powerful black."

Ann Coulter on The Sean Hannity Show:

Bwahahahaha! A "smart, powerful black" wouldn't have his ass in so much hot water.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Ann Coulter makes her money by saying stupid and outrageous things, which the far right laps up.

No sane person would ever say Cain is powerful. How is he powerful? He made a pizza company profitable?

As compared to what the guy in the WH with real power has done--so far?

People who don't use their intellect fall for Coulter's preposterous blather.

Shaw Kenawe said...

I forgot to add that Coulter's "smart, powerful" guy lost the only election he campaigned in--in his own state.

Some power! LOL!

Octopus said...

Counter-Coulter bills herself as the Elvira of the Offensive Mouthpiece and trades on attention. I prefer to simply ignore her and not to patronize her appetite for attention. She is better left irrelevant.

dmarks said...

Her statement comes across as something that one antebellum plantation owner might boast to another.

Rational Nation USA said...

As is my ethical nature I must be honest here. There was a time a few years ago I thought Ann's opinions were relevant and had merit.

She has become to brash and with her recent comments, which I found extremely condescending she has lost most, if not all credibility.

As a rational conservative I can safely say has failed of late to represent the conservative views I hold as valid.

Nigel B. said...

Do people still listen to that woman?

Why is she still on the telly?

Anonymous said...

No one left to hate and vilify
Coulter is OLD news, but you just have to have someone to spew your hate at
get help for your anger problems

Shaw Kenawe said...

To the Anon who attacked RN. You've been deleted. I don't allow personal attacks on my commenters.

@Anon 11:49:

Not to make too fine a point, but your statement:


"No one left to hate and vilify
Coulter is OLD news, but you just have to have someone to spew your hate at get help for your anger problems"

is ignorant.

Coulter was all over the news RECENTLY--this past week as a matter of fact--making what she said NEW news.

But I'm sadly resigned to the fact that people like you who come here and write what you did haven't the intellect to reason out and understand something as simple and clear as that. Rational thinking isn't one of your assets. Obviously.

Bringing attention to Coulter's stupid remarks is not expressing anger or hate. It's merely reporting facts. See, Coulter, with her tight little vocal cords, actually expressed those moronic sentiments about African Americans. FACT.

Now go write something silly at someone else's blog.

Octopus said...

Anon: " ...get help for your anger problems ..."

A classic case of projection. Anon, that won't work here. We're way too smart for you.

Malcolm said...

Ann Coulter's offensive comments reek of a desperate grab for relevancy. They're also in the same vein as the childish nonsense we hear from some conservatives who brag about "their women" being more attractive than liberal women.

When Ann was on Joy Behar's show and said that Herman Cain, Allen West, and Michael Steele are more impressive than any liberal blacks, I wish Joy had countered with the following:

1. Herman Cain is not only facing allegations of sexual harassment, but also of illegal campaign funding.

2. While serving in Iraq, Allen West was charged with assault during an interrogation.

3. The many gaffes made by Michael Steele while he was the head of the RNC (fundraising issues, debt problems, calling the war in Afghanistan "a war of Obama's choosing", etc.)

Shaw Kenawe said...

(O)CT(O), Thanks for reinforcing what people like that Anonymous seem unable to understand.

Malcolm: "When Ann was on Joy Behar's show and said that Herman Cain, Allen West, and Michael Steele are more impressive than any liberal blacks..."

Malcolm, all anyone had to do to shut Coulter up was to merely point out that Barack Hussein Obama is the president of the United States.

Impress that, Ann! LOL!

dmarks said...

Malcolm said: "calling the war in Afghanistan "a war of Obama's choosing"

Steele was correct. When he took office, Obama could have brought the troops home from Afghanistan within a couple of weeks. But no. He chose to keep the troops there. And not only that, he chose to ramp up the war, compared to how it had been under Bush for years.

You did leave off Steele's use of the racist pejorative "Injun", which is really inexcusable of him.

As for Allen West's assault during interrogation, not only was he charged, he was convicted and fined. A charge doesn't mean you are guilty of anything. But the result of the proceedings did mean West was guilty of this. "West was fined $5,000. LTC West accepted the judgment and retired with full benefits in the summer of 2004. "

As for Cain's illegal campaign contributions, the $37,000 he received is similar to the illegal donations Candidate Obama received of $33,000 from terrorists. Obama returned this money. If Cain does the same with the $37,000, that will put him on the same footing with Obama in this regard.

Malcolm said...

Shaw: Good call. Knowing Ann, if anyone did mention that President Obama is proof there are good black liberals, she'd haul out the same tired right-wing talking points (Rev. Wright, Bill Ayers, etc.). Even if Joy had did what I suggested, Ann would have lied, spun and ignored the facts.

By the way, I just heard that there is a 4th woman who is accusing Herman Cain of sexual harassment. She is due to give a news conference with her lawyer (Gloria Allred) this afternoon.

Shaw Kenawe said...

My, my. Is Herman trying to beat Bill's record???

This time the woman is claiming assault, since her claim is that he touched her in her private parts and then shoved her head into his crotch!

Isn't this #5?

Shaw Kenawe said...

dmarks: "Steele was correct. When he took office, Obama could have brought the troops home from Afghanistan within a couple of weeks. But no. He chose to keep the troops there. And not only that, he chose to ramp up the war, compared to how it had been under Bush for years."

Mr. Obama did exactly what he promised as a candidate that he would do, and the people voted him into the presidency knowing what he would do.

Obama said he would confer with the top US military in Afghanistan on what they thought would be the best policy going forward in Afghanistan. He did exactly that--asked the military what their best advice was, considered it, and as CiC, he deferred to the military's judgment of increasing troops and continuing to stay in Afghanistan.

So Mr. Obama agreed with the best US military's proposal.

(BTW, I disagreed with Obama as candidate and then as he followed through on his promise. I also have a nephew who was deployed in Afghanistan.)

dmarks said...

I agree more with Obama than you do on this. The only sensible exit strategy is one that involves eliminating the terrorists.