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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Huge Support For Ann Coulter

From Newsmax.com:

Ann Coulter’s new book "Godless: The Church of Liberalism" has created a storm of controversy, but an online poll sponsored by NewsMax.com reveals that Americans overwhelmingly support Coulter and strongly disagree with her critics.

In the book – which shot to the top of Amazon.com’s list of best sellers the day after it was published and has debuted at the No. 1 spot on The New York Times nonfiction list – Coulter criticizes four New Jersey widows who pushed for an independent commission to investigate the 9/11 attacks that killed their husbands, and backed Democrat John Kerry for president in 2004.
"These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis,” Coulter wrote.


Hillary Clinton immediately lashed out at Coulter for what she called her "vicious, mean-spirited attack” on the widows and said the book should have been called "heartless.”

House Democrats from New York and Long Island signed a letter demanding an apology from Coulter, and two New Jersey Democrats sought to have the book banned in that state.

Ann Coulter’s new book "Godless: The Church of Liberalism" has created a storm of controversy, but an online poll sponsored by NewsMax.com reveals that Americans overwhelmingly support Coulter and strongly disagree with her critics.
In the book – which shot to the top of Amazon.com’s list of best sellers the day after it was published and has debuted at the No. 1 spot on The New York Times nonfiction list – Coulter criticizes four New Jersey widows who pushed for an independent commission to investigate the 9/11 attacks that killed their husbands, and backed Democrat John Kerry for president in 2004.
"These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis,” Coulter wrote.


Hillary Clinton immediately lashed out at Coulter for what she called her "vicious, mean-spirited attack” on the widows and said the book should have been called "heartless.”

House Democrats from New York and Long Island signed a letter demanding an apology from Coulter, and two New Jersey Democrats sought to have the book banned in that state.

Ann Coulter’s new book "Godless: The Church of Liberalism" has created a storm of controversy, but an online poll sponsored by NewsMax.com reveals that Americans overwhelmingly support Coulter and strongly disagree with her critics.
In the book – which shot to the top of Amazon.com’s list of best sellers the day after it was published and has debuted at the No. 1 spot on The New York Times nonfiction list – Coulter criticizes four New Jersey widows who pushed for an independent commission to investigate the 9/11 attacks that killed their husbands, and backed Democrat John Kerry for president in 2004.
Here are the poll questions and results:


1) Was Ann Coulter wrong in criticizing four 9/11 widows known as the "Jersey Girls”?
Wrong: 15 percent
Not wrong: 85 percent


2) What is your opinion of Ann Coulter?
Favorable: 87 percent

Unfavorable: 13 percent

3) Do you agree with Hillary Clinton that Ann’s book is "vicious” and "heartless”?
Yes, agree: 13 percent
No, don’t agree: 87 percent


4) Has the media coverage of Ann Coulter and her book been fair?
Fair: 18 percent
Not fair: 82 percent


5) Of the three, who would you trust for news and information?
Katie Couric: 10 percent
Ann Coulter: 86 percent
Al Franken: 4 percent


Question 4 is silly, actually. Saying the media is not fair begets the whole point of the book. Coulter's messages are simple - Don't whine, love America first, vote, practice your religion, leave everyone else alone, raise decent God fearing children, and call a spade a spade when you have to. Pretty simple axioms.

Read AC's book - it's a cracking good read.

Comments:
I picked it up at Costco yesterday, it's good stuff!
 
If you listen to those who take a swipe at Coulter in the MSM, they seem like they have not read the book. On at least two ocassions onFOX, the 'other side' never refuted a single point. Those people only said Coulter was cruel and she was using religion ot sell books. How clever!
 
Reading and facts get in the way of their smug pre-conceptions and self-styled bigotry!
 
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