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Anne Coulter: Religious Stupidity

For a long time now I have disliked Anne Coulter for her intellectual  dishonesty.  Her comments on everyone including women, immigrants and liberals have generally not failed to piss me off.  I was angered when she  wished that John Edwards would get killed in a terrorist attack and made some atrocious remarks about his dead son.  

The focus of today’s post is not to rant on about her political stupidity but  to show a few of  her idiotic relgious quotes:

  • “Not all Muslims may be terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims. “

  • I guess she  has forgotten about Timothy McVeigh.  Last time I checked he was not a Muslim.  And what about all those  abortion doctor murders who happen to be Christan? Oh and lets not forget the Confederates,  they were mostly Christian as well.  The Confederates are  a perfect example of what terrorists are, they were forcibly trying to overthrow the  Government , or  in their case, trying to break up the country.   Bet she won’t bring that up because the Confederates were white Christain Europeans.

  • Being nice to people is, in fact, one of the incidental tenets of Christianity (as opposed to other religions whose tenets are more along the lines of ‘kill everyone who doesn’t smell bad and doesn’t answer to the name Mohammed‘).

  • Being nice to people is a tenet of Christianity? I guess she thinks that the Inquisition, the Genocide of the American Continent, the Witch Trails are all examples of Christians being  “nice” to other people.

  • I would like evolution to join the roster of other discredited religions, like the Cargo Cult of the South Pacific. Practitioners of Cargo Cult believed that manufactured products were created by ancestral spirits, and if they imitated what they had seen the white man do, they could cause airplanes to appear out of the sky, bringing valuable cargo like radios and TVs. So they constructed “airport towers” out of bamboo and “headphones” out of coconuts and waited for the airplanes to come with the cargo. It may sound silly, but in defense of the Cargo Cult, they did not wait as long for evidence supporting their theory as the Darwinists have waited for evidence supporting theirs.
  •  Ms Coulter, Evolution is not a religion ,it is a change in the inherited traits of a population from one generation to the next .  It is a science.   While we are discrediting things,I cannot wait for the day that Anne Coulter is  discredited as a human being.  That’s more likely to happen than Evolution being discredited.

  • We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.
  • This was in regard to the Muslim countries.  Didn’t the Christians try that in the numerous Crusades? How well did that go  Ann?    Are they all Christan countries now?

    If it was not for the complete and utter ignorance and yes “evil” nature of her statements it would be funny.  But the fact that she gets air time  to express her views is atrocious.    If you think her views in regard to religion are bad,  check out some of her other views….

     http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Ann_Coulter

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    One Response

    1. I have started an online petition that perhaps you or your readership would be interested in.

      It is regarding Ann Coulter: widely syndicated columnist, author and speaker has made not only racist and anti-gay remarks, but in my opinion anti-Semitic comments on TV.

      I don’t wish to violate anybody’s right to speech, so my petition specifically targets her media outlets (column syndication, book publishers and speakers bureaus), asking that any public platform for inflammatory hate rhetoric be withdrawn.

      I believe that this will make her accountable and quit rewarding such bigotry and home grown extremism.

      If this coincides with your or your readership’s views, please assist my efforts to spread the word about this petition.

      As Martin Luther King Jr. said so aptly “One who condones evil is just as guilty as the one who perpetrates it.”

      Go to this link to read specific quotes and the text of the petition itself:
      http://www.thepetitionsite.com/petition/678561790

      P.S.

      I am not violating Ann Coulter’s right to free speech. She is as free as ever to express her opinions…but I don’t believe that the “right to free speech” guarantees public media as a platform.

      That is what my petition is saying. Part of my petition has a comment section to express why it is BAD BUSINESS for the column syndication, book publishers and speakers bureaus to give her inflammatory hate rhetoric a media platform.

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