Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Right Wing Nut-Job Ann Coulter Endorses Hillary Clinton???

Negative Endorsement for Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton is so conservative Ann Coulter Would Vote For Her!!!
Ann Coulter thinks John McCain is too liberal !!!

On Hannity And Colmes Feb. 1, 2008

An endorsement from Ann Coulter is the last thing Hillary needs but it does make one wonder how committed Hillary is to real change in the American government. If she were to become the next President of the United States yes she might introduce some progressive changes but if she is unwilling to cease and desist with having America act unilaterally that is ignoring the United Nations or bullying the United Nations into submission then her changes won't matter much to the rest of the world.

Just remember Ann Coulter calls Muslims " Rag-Heads" and that Islam is not a real religion but in her words " a car burning cult " and that the West to defend itself should invade Muslim countries and kill as many as possible and that since there over a billion Muslims she has said " we should kill a hundred million ( of them ) ".

From THINK PROGRESSCPAC Organizers Dump Ann Coulter From This Year’s Speaking List ?
On February 7-9, conservatives from around the country will gather in Washington, D.C. for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). This year, one of the darlings of the far right’s oft-distasteful and unpleasant punditry will not be invited:

Here is a sampling of the outrageous , racist , homophobic anti-liberal nonsense Ann Coulter spews out on a daily basis taken from :

AntiCoulter Quotes from Ann

"We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. We weren't punctilious about locating and punishing only Hitler and his top officers. We carpet-bombed German cities; we killed civilians. That's war. And this is war."

A late January 2002 quote from Coulter's address to CPAC (the Conservative Political Action Conference).
"When contemplating college liberals, you really regret once again that John Walker is not getting the death penalty. We need to execute people like John Walker in order to physically intimidate liberals, by making them realize that they can be killed, too. Otherwise, they will turn out to be outright traitors."

Her words were applauded by National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice, Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson, and Lynne Cheney (wife of Vice President Cheney), all of whom were in attendance.

Now here's a real sick one…

"My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to the New York Times Building."

Only regret? So she doesn't mind him blowing up all those poor people in Oklahoma? She just would prefer that they had blown up journalists in New York? This is really sick stuff. I know Coulter loves being a provocateur, and I'll try to assume she doesn't really mean this quote, but it still comes across as incredibly evil.

also check out :http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1202595,00.html">Viewpoint: Why Ann Coulter Matters,Friday, Jun. 09, 2006 By JOHN CLOUD at TIME.Com

and see article by Max Blumenthal at the Huffington Post " Ann Coulter at CPAC on "Ragheads" and Assassinating Bill Clinton (and Dr. Bill Frist's Diagnosis)" February 10, 2006

and also see article by Jonah Goldberg at National Review On Line October 2, 2001 " L’Affaire Coulter:Goodbye to all that."

Here's a great video on Christian Hypocrisy once they have power oh my they are in power !

Bush admits torture Feb. 6, 2008
Bush authorized his CIA Director to use torture on ( at least ) 3 captives of war in the form of waterboarding (2/6/08).
Add that to the mass abuse that occurred in prisons in Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib and you have more than enough of a picture to comprehend they do not believe in Christian principles of treating life with respect that they laughably purport to represent.
Let your Congressperson and your Senator know you expect them to hold the criminals accountable.

Well as they say lots of Luck with that even Obama is afraid to impeach these thugs if he tries the US Media will tear him apart And even Hillary Clinton would call him UnAmerican . That's America for you from Slavery to the KKK to Japanese internment camps to refusing to allow Jews to immigrate from Nazi Germany to escape certain death to dropping Atomic Bombs to Segregation to racism the slaughter in Vietnam.
Hillary Clinton has still not condemned the use of torture or suspension of human rights for POWS
and like Bush approves of Children held as Internees - so Onward Christian Soldiers " Kill them all and let God sort out the innocent from the guilty"
LiveLeak-Iraq " Children of Abu Ghraib " tortured and used as hostages

From Liveleak Feb.5,2008
Insensitivity to Iraq Civilians -Why Iraqis hate US Troops
American Bradley Tank crushes front-end civilian car but
the tank and convoy do not stop to help or apologize to the civilians instead they just drive on as if nothing happened. This is the arrogance of The Ugly American. But the average American citizen does not want to know about what is really going on in Iraq. The average American just wants to be told that the war is going well so they can go back to watching Entertainment Tonight and the reality shows etc.
What if this happened in your town or city ? Would the soldiers get away with it ?

Liveleak-US admits killing 9 Iraqi Civilians
American Storm Troopers at it again

And from TomDispatch at Mother Jones: Commentary: The first history of the planet's worst refugee crisis.A tidal wave of misery is engulfing Iraq

By Michael Schwartz
11/02/08 "Mother Jones" -- -- A tidal wave of misery is engulfing Iraq—and it isn't the usual violence that Americans are accustomed to hearing about and tuning out. To be sure, it's rooted in that violence, but this tsunami of misery is social and economic in nature. It dislodges people from their jobs, sweeps them from their homes, tears them from their material possessions, and carries them off from families and communities. It leaves them stranded in hostile towns or foreign countries, with no anchor to resist the moment when the next wave of displacement sweeps over them.

The victims of this human tsunami are called refugees if they wash ashore outside the country or IDPs ("internally displaced persons") if their landing place is within Iraq's borders. Either way, they are normally left with no permanent housing, no reliable livelihood, no community support, and no government aid. All the normal social props that support human lives are removed, replaced with…nothing.

and more revelations on how the Bush/Cheney administration ignored intel that did not fit in with their plans to invade and occupy Iraq. Tis article also points to the fact of how inept and dysfunctional the Bush/Cheney regime was and still is.

Army Buried Study Faulting Iraq Planning; By Michael R. Gordon , The New York Times, Monday 11 February 2008

Washington - The Army is accustomed to protecting classified information. But when it comes to the planning for the Iraq war, even an unclassified assessment can acquire the status of a state secret.

That is what happened to a detailed study of the planning for postwar Iraq prepared for the Army by the RAND Corporation, a federally financed center that conducts research for the military.

After 18 months of research, RAND submitted a report in the summer of 2005 called "Rebuilding Iraq." RAND researchers provided an unclassified version of the report along with a secret one, hoping that its publication would contribute to the public debate on how to prepare for future conflicts.

But the study's wide-ranging critique of the White House, the Defense Department and other government agencies was a concern for Army generals, and the Army has sought to keep the report under lock and key.

A review of the lengthy report - a draft of which was obtained by The New York Times - shows that it identified problems with nearly every organization that had a role in planning the war. That assessment parallels the verdicts of numerous former officials and independent analysts.

The study chided President Bush - and by implication Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who served as national security adviser when the war was planned - as having failed to resolve differences among rival agencies. "Throughout the planning process, tensions between the Defense Department and the State Department were never mediated by the president or his staff," it said.

The Defense Department led by Donald H. Rumsfeld was given the lead in overseeing the postwar period in Iraq despite its "lack of capacity for civilian reconstruction planning and execution."

The State Department led by Colin L. Powell produced a voluminous study on the future of Iraq that identified important issues but was of "uneven quality" and "did not constitute an actionable plan."

Gen. Tommy R. Franks, whose Central Command oversaw the military operation in Iraq, had a "fundamental misunderstanding" of what the military needed to do to secure postwar Iraq, the study said.

The regulations that govern the Army's relations with the Arroyo Center, the division of RAND that does research for the Army, stipulate that Army officials are to review reports in a timely fashion to ensure that classified information is not released. But the rules also note that the officials are not to "censor" analysis or prevent the dissemination of material critical of the Army.

The report on rebuilding Iraq was part of a seven-volume series by RAND on the lessons learned from the war. Asked why the report has not been published, Timothy Muchmore, a civilian Army official, said it had ventured too far from issues that directly involve the Army...

and so it goes,

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