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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    And that's the only thing that matters, right? C.R.E.A.M. Dolla dolla bill y'all.
    she is a success at what she does. Coulter is very bright. If she wanted to-she probably could have been a chaired law professor at schools she attended such as Cornell or U of M. she probably could have been a Circuit Judge. She instead chose to be a bomb thrower. and she is good at it.



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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    she is a success at what she does. Coulter is very bright. If she wanted to-she probably could have been a chaired law professor at schools she attended such as Cornell or U of M. she probably could have been a Circuit Judge. She instead chose to be a bomb thrower. and she is good at it.
    Good at it?

    Who new is she convincing? She is simply reassurance and comfort for those already on the far right and I suspect most of them were there before she ever showed up. And I suspect you do not have to be "good at it" to reassure that crowd of extremists to keep them marginalized like they are.
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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Good at it?

    Who new is she convincing? She is simply reassurance and comfort for those already on the far right and I suspect most of them were there before she ever showed up. And I suspect you do not have to be "good at it" to reassure that crowd of extremists to keep them marginalized like they are.
    she keeps people who feel as you do agitated. That is what she is good at. she is very wealthy due to the turmoil she causes among the left-wingers



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    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    she keeps people who feel as you do agitated. That is what she is good at. she is very wealthy due to the turmoil she causes among the left-wingers
    She has no impact upon me at all. She is only wealthy as she makes money from the kind of partisan vitriol that comes from the far right. She gets not a penny from me.
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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    She has no impact upon me at all. She is only wealthy as she makes money from the kind of partisan vitriol that comes from the far right.
    I guess you are unaware of the far left vitriol that comes from far less academically successful Cornell alums-Bill Maher and Keith Olbermann as well as that from Chris (I jazzed my shorts thinking of Obama) Mathews or Rachel MadCow



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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Good at it?
    Who new is she convincing? She is simply reassurance and comfort for those already on the far right and I suspect most of them were there before she ever showed up. And I suspect you do not have to be "good at it" to reassure that crowd of extremists to keep them marginalized like they are.
    Yes. Like a very successful version of what you do on DP.

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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I guess you are unaware of the far left vitriol that comes from far less academically successful Cornell alums-Bill Maher and Keith Olbermann as well as that from Chris (I jazzed my shorts thinking of Obama) Mathews or Rachel MadCow
    None of those people give Miss Obscenely Long Hands any money either.
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    Yes. Like a very successful version of what you do on DP.
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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I guess you are unaware of the far left vitriol that comes from far less academically successful Cornell alums-Bill Maher and Keith Olbermann as well as that from Chris (I jazzed my shorts thinking of Obama) Mathews or Rachel MadCow
    She and her ilk- including Maher and Maddow and O'Reilly, et al- pretty much lose whatever bit of relevance they have once the last ballot is counted. After that they all look like attention whores competing to get the sea of faces turned their way. None of them deserves to be called a 'commentator', they're a bunch of rabble-rousers- left, right, or in the center three feet from the ground.
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    Re: Do You agree with this posterH

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    You clearly didn't understand what she was saying or you didn't listen to the comments she made. She didn't disrespect them for their opinions - she disrespected them for using their loss as a cudgel against any who disagreed with their opinions. They were paraded out by Democrats to speak against all kinds of Bush era initiatives as if their personal loss made them unassailable experts on every policy topic going forward. These women were respected and honored for their loss, as were many others who suffered loss that day, and their grieving their loss was widely respected - as was and is the loss suffered by parents and family members who lost children or loved ones at Sandy Hook. It is objectionable to me and others when the Democrat party then persuades these individuals or these individuals allow themselves to be used as props - yes props - for the liberal/Democrat party agenda. And to be clear, these women were not just used by Democrats to speak about 9/11 - they were also used as props to speak against a large number of tangential national security issues, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and other Democrat party agenda items.

    It's far more vile, in my opinion, to use those who have suffered loss in such a way than to point out the absurdity of them being used as props.

    BTW, you've actually done a pretty good job of proving Coulter's point and my point too. You jump to the emotional dismissal of any counter argument by trying to shame people into silence against the words of someone who "suffers a traumatic event".
    You nailed it. She disrespected them. In my opinion, that's vile. Why she disrespected them doesn't make any difference to me. she attacked them on a personal level when she could have just attacked their opinions. The same goes for Sandy Hook. I don't agree with them, but doesn't mean I have to disrespect them. The right thing to do is to go after their opinions.
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