by Mark Adams, Tue Mar 06, 2007 at 05:08:35 AM EST
by Joseph Hughes, Tue Mar 06, 2007 at 04:38:40 AM EST
by Glenn Smith, Tue Mar 06, 2007 at 03:12:13 AM EST
With all due respect to the Rock & Roller, Rudy Guiliani is the Jerry Lee Lewis of American politics. He married his cousin. That's incest. When Jerry Lee did it, it destroyed his career.
So it's Jerry Lee Giuliani. He ought to be on the ballot that way. Some might consider this an outrageous thing to say, of course. The politics of personal destruction and all that.
But who cares that I said it? Still, I have no less standing than Ann Coulter. More, really, since I have actually been engaged for two decades in constructive political organizing, campaign managing and consulting, and political writing that has actually helped, in some modest and nearly imperceptible way, determine the outcome of some races and shed some tiny amount of light on how our process works. But I'm not on cable news talking about Jerry Lee Giuliani. The Bilious Bimbo hurls her slurs at John Edwards, however, and it is news. It shouldn't be.
by volvodrivingliberal, Mon Mar 05, 2007 at 09:25:30 AM EST
Ann Coulter's latest bigoted and hateful diatribe has justifiably evoked rage and disgust throughout the progressive community, and every aspect of the subject has been diaried extensively in the last 48 hours.
One of the best ways to communicate one's distaste for Coulter's repeated incidents of hate speech is to respectfully but firmly let her advertisers know you are deeply troubled by their indirect support of bigotry through their advertising on Coulter's website.
A list of Coulter's advertisers with contact information is detailed below. Please note that web advertisers place ads in rotations, often only visible during specific time periods, and thus this list may not be complete. Go to www.anncoulter.com and hit your refresh button to view the various ads at the top. If you find new advertisers (or it appears those on the list below have pulled out), send me a screen capture of the page to the email addy in my profile and I will update the diary accordingly.
More on the flip (Crossposted at DailyKos).
by asdf, Mon Mar 05, 2007 at 05:19:53 AM EST
The Democrats flipped the script on the Republicans last week. Its about time. Ann Coulter made outragous statements as usual, and the Democrats made the Republicans criticize her. This is an amazing stratagy that the republican's use all the time against the dems to turn themselves on eachother and to make them less credible.
Now the tables have turned, but lets see if the Dems could keep it up. The Dems need to stop just going after Bush and go after all Repubs. the need to say "do you agree with the Republican stratagy to send soldiers to battle without the proper training and gear?". "Do you agree with your fellow republican when he says we should avoid any and all muslims in congress?"