Thursday, June 28, 2007



Ann Coulter has often come to the defense of Christianity. Once she said of the Moslem nations, "We should invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity." Despite this posture, even some of her supporters admit that the woman herself is somewhat lacking in Christian charity. Even they admit that perhaps Coulter was just a little over the line when she said that the 9/11 widows were enjoying their husbands’ deaths and when she referred to John Edwards as a faggot.

Edwards’ wife Elizabeth thought that Coulter went way too far when she said that she wished Edwards had been killed by terrorists. She called “Hardball with Chris Matthews” where Coulter was a guest and asked her to stop the personal attacks. At first Coulter thought that Edwards was asking her to stop talking altogether because she couldn’t talk without saying something hateful about someone.

Later she experienced an epiphany, like Saul on the road to Damascus where he heard the voice of Jesus. Like Saul, Coulter saw the light. She began weeping on the show and shouting, “I am a sinner!” She vowed that from that moment if she couldn’t say something nice about someone, she wouldn’t say anything at all.


asper said...

Right on, Ann Coulter. And after we invade the Moslem countries and convert them to Christianity, let's convert all the Christians to my belief. That way when we all think alike we can avoid all this senseless bloodshed. And let's stop reading all them books too, they just give people ideas.
And while we're at it, let's do away with airplnes and all these new fangled transportation methods. Let's go back to riding on trains like God intended.

asper said...

I just signed up on the Google ad at the top of the blog to receive Ann Coulter's free newsletter each Wednesday. I'm looking forward to getting the truth before its being distorted by the bleeding heart liberals of the media.