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MFOgilvie
2007-05-10 13:14:38 UTC
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C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007

I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)

With Nicolas Sarkozy's decisive victory as the new president of
France, the French have produced their first pro-American ruler since
Louis XVI.

In celebration of France's spectacular return to Western civilization,
I bought a Herve Leger dress on Monday, and we're having croissants
for breakfast every day this week. This delicate French pastry, by the
way, is in the shape of a crescent to commemorate the Crusaders'
victory over Islam. Aren't the French just peachy?"

Sarkozy the American," as he is known in France, called Muslim rioters
"scum." Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful
friendship.

He explained his position on Muslim immigrants in France, saying:
"Nobody has to, I repeat, live in France. But when you live in France,
you respect its rules. That is to say that you are not a
polygamist. ... One doesn't practice female genital mutilation on
one's daughters, one doesn't slit the throat of the sheep, and one
respects the republican rules."

Sarko never issued an apology or entered rehab. To the contrary, he
said: "I called some individuals that I refuse to call 'youth' by the
name they deserve. ... I never felt that by saying 'scum' I was being
vulgar, hypocritical or insincere."

Is there a single American politician who would speak so clearly
without then apologizing to Howard Dean?

It looks like the Democrats are going to have to drop their talking
point about Bush irritating the rest of the world - evidently not as
much as Muslim terrorists irritate the rest of the world. The
politicians who hate Bush keep being dumped by their own voters.

At the Democratic presidential debate a few weeks ago, B. Hussein
Obama carped that Bush had "alienate(d) the world community" and vowed
that he would build "the sort of alliances and trust around the world
that has been so lacking over the last six years."

Democrats are terrific at building alliances. Remember how Jimmy
Carter won the love of the world by ditching our ally the shah of
Iran, allowing him be replaced by a string of crazy ayatollahs? Since
then, we haven't heard a peep from that area of the world.

The smartest woman in the world sniped that she would "create
alliances instead of alienation."

Yes, it was spellbinding how her husband charmed North Korean dictator
Kim Il-sung and his sociopathic son, Kim Jong-il, by showering them
with visits from Jimmy Carter and gifts from love-machine Madeleine
Albright. And that was that: No more trouble from North Korea!

As I understand it, the center of the supposedly America-hating world
is France. But now it turns out even the French don't hate America as
much as liberals do.

Au contraire! (We can say that again!) Our Georgie is the most popular
American with the French since Jerry Lewis.

All over the civilized world, voters are turning terrorist-coddling
liberals out of office and voting for politicians friendly toward
Bush, the world's sworn enemy of Islamic fascism.

Those foreign leaders so admired by Democrats for hating George Bush
and loving Saddam Hussein are being replaced by rulers who pledge
their friendship to the United States. American celebrities who
threaten to move out of the country every election rather than live
under a conservative leader are running out of countries to move to.

Retrospectively, B. Hussein Obama's answer about our most important
ally being "the European Union" may eventually become true, thanks to
Bush's ceaseless ally-making.

In Germany, pro-American Angela Merkel crushed the mincing anti-
American chancellor Gerhard Schroeder in 2005.

Last year, conservatives swept Canada, making Conservative Party
leader Stephen Harper the prime minister. I haven't loved Canadians
this much since the New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup.

Australian Prime Minister John Howard is both the longest-serving
Australian prime minister and - by his own account - the most
conservative. As the New York Times rooted for his defeat in 2004,
claiming Australians were furious with him for his support of the Iraq
war, he won a historic third term.

Along with Howard, Bush's staunchest ally in the war on terrorism has
been Britain's Labor Party leader Tony Blair. He's about to leave
office - only to be replaced by a leader from the even more pro-
American Conservative Party.

Only Spain remains a nation of women. As long as Spain exists, it will
not outlive the shame of its gutless capitulation to terrorist
bombings in 2004. It is worse than Sweden's neutrality toward Hitler.

But France! Until this week, France seemed a less likely place to find
someone who supports America than a meeting of Democrats.

Apparently, even the French prefer Western civilization to
clitorectomy-performing, car-burning savages.

The Democratic Party is now officially the only organization on Earth
that does not take the threat of Islamic fascism seriously. Between
the Democrats and the media, America has gone from its usual position
as the world's last hope to radical Islam's last hope.
C***@Knicklas.com
2007-05-10 14:11:48 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
David Hartung
2007-05-10 14:15:27 UTC
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
k***@yahoo.com
2007-05-10 16:22:06 UTC
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Post by C***@Knicklas.com
On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
Responding to a Stan Coulter piece with logic and reason would be like
undertaking a reasoned analysis of the Benny Hill Show. Why bother?
Stan's ideological diatribes are not worthy of serious debate, Dave.
David Hartung
2007-05-10 16:25:41 UTC
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
Responding to a Stan Coulter piece with logic and reason would be like
undertaking a reasoned analysis of the Benny Hill Show. Why bother?
Stan's ideological diatribes are not worthy of serious debate, Dave.
If that is the case, then neither are your comments.
k***@yahoo.com
2007-05-10 16:40:14 UTC
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
Responding to a Stan Coulter piece with logic and reason would be like
undertaking a reasoned analysis of the Benny Hill Show. Why bother?
Stan's ideological diatribes are not worthy of serious debate, Dave.
If that is the case, then neither are your comments.
No. That's different. Your understanding of my comments would be more
like a chimp trying to undertake a serious analysis of the Benny Hill
Show.
C***@Knicklas.com
2007-05-10 18:31:32 UTC
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
Responding to a Stan Coulter piece with logic and reason would be like
undertaking a reasoned analysis of the Benny Hill Show. Why bother?
Stan's ideological diatribes are not worthy of serious debate, Dave.
If that is the case, then neither are your comments.
No. That's different. Your understanding of my comments would be more
like a chimp trying to undertake a serious analysis of the Benny Hill
Show.
DaveyLoon simply doesn't understand what logical
fallacy is, or how (not) to recognize it in debate or
argument

Davey (seemingly) believes only what's fed to him
without any ability to think.

When anyone gives credence to pieces of shit like
Coulter, then requires others to do so, it shows THEIR
ignorance, not those who dismiss the crap they write.

And I'd Bet DaveyLoon has never watched the C-Span
coverage of the last "Radio and talk show host" forum
where Limpballs explained why he does what he does (so
well).

He openly admits his entire show is ENTERTAINMENT for
those who have "beliefs" (which doesn't necessarily
reflect truth). "I merely reflect my viewers beliefs",
He said:

Limpballs uses the "Logical Fallacies" (which is really
propaganda techniques) to ENTERTAIN his audiences.

I wonder if DaveyLoon can parse that claim by Limpballs
and come up with a revelation as to what he meant
David Hartung
2007-05-10 19:01:39 UTC
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Post by C***@Knicklas.com
He openly admits his entire show is ENTERTAINMENT for
those who have "beliefs" (which doesn't necessarily
reflect truth). "I merely reflect my viewers beliefs",
Do you expect me to be surprised by this? I have known this for many years.

I am puzzled, I do not recall having quoted Rush, at least no in several years.
Where do you get the idea that he dictates my opinions?
C***@Knicklas.com
2007-05-10 18:25:43 UTC
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
BWHAHAHAHA

And you think Coulter has?

You deluded fuckwit, Davey
David Hartung
2007-05-10 19:02:43 UTC
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On Thu, 10 May 2007 09:15:27 -0500, David Hartung
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
BWHAHAHAHA
And you think Coulter has?
She has certainly demonstrated more of an ability to think, and express herself
rationally, than have you.
k***@yahoo.com
2007-05-11 12:24:20 UTC
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On Thu, 10 May 2007 09:15:27 -0500, David Hartung
Post by David Hartung
Post by C***@Knicklas.com
On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
I keep hoping that you will make a post which shows some ability to think
rationally, as of today, you still have not.
BWHAHAHAHA
And you think Coulter has?
She has certainly demonstrated more of an ability to think, and express herself
rationally, than have you.
That's only because you are not very bright, Dave.
MFOgilvie
2007-05-10 16:09:08 UTC
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On 10 May 2007 06:14:38 -0700, MFOgilvie
Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
Hopefully she'll use a bidet there.
Poor widdle Gary. Still can't get any.
Bokonon
2007-05-10 15:57:35 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
--
"History! Read it and weep!"
-Bokonon
_______________________________________________
When your only tool is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
David Hartung
2007-05-10 16:06:00 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
Do you know all of this for a fact, or are you guessing?
Dr. Barry Worthington
2007-05-10 18:46:58 UTC
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Post by Bokonon
Post by MFOgilvie
I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
Do you know all of this for a fact, or are you guessing?
Most European political commentators 'know this for a fact', David.
Read some of Sarkozy's pronouncements.

Dr. Barry Worthington
David Hartung
2007-05-10 19:03:53 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
Do you know all of this for a fact, or are you guessing?
Most European political commentators 'know this for a fact', David.
Read some of Sarkozy's pronouncements.
I have no trouble believing this, but not having followed French politics, I
have not seen it for myself.
Bokonon
2007-05-10 22:27:43 UTC
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Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in
socialized medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq
war.
Do you know all of this for a fact, or are you guessing?
I know all this for a fact.

You rightards are a bit short on facts.
--
"History! Read it and weep!"
-Bokonon
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When your only tool is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
MFOgilvie
2007-05-10 18:56:01 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
Which means they still have a long ways to go. but the election of
this new guy is a good start.
Bokonon
2007-05-10 22:32:26 UTC
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Post by Bokonon
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
Which means they still have a long ways to go. but the election of
this new guy is a good start.
Which means that they're more left-wing than most American liberals - and
you dipshits are slapping yourselves on the back and lifting boycotts
because the name of their party translates into the word "conservative".
--
"History! Read it and weep!"
-Bokonon
_______________________________________________
When your only tool is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
MFOgilvie
2007-05-11 12:27:31 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
Post by Bokonon
Wait until she finds out that French "conservatives" believe in socialized
medicine, welfare, global warming, and still oppose the Iraq war.
Which means they still have a long ways to go. but the election of
this new guy is a good start.
Which means that they're more left-wing than most American liberals
Not really, it only means that their government is more leftwing than
our is. They already have socialism, whereas leftwingers here are
still trying to finalize it.

What Me Worry?
2007-05-10 18:10:48 UTC
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C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris!
It's a great place to hide from the Bush meltdown.
Post by MFOgilvie
I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people.
Flip. Flop. Flip. Flop.

Coulter's head will explode if she ever utters the truth.
Dr. Barry Worthington
2007-05-10 18:43:54 UTC
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Post by MFOgilvie
C'est Si Bon
By Ann Coulter
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 10, 2007
I'm off to Paris! I hereby revoke every churlish remark I've ever made
about those lovely Gallic people. (But in light of former New Jersey
governor and current "gay American" Jim McGreevey's latest career
move, I redouble everything I've ever said about the Episcopalians.)
With Nicolas Sarkozy's decisive victory as the new president of
France, the French have produced their first pro-American ruler since
Louis XVI.
In celebration of France's spectacular return to Western civilization,
I bought a Herve Leger dress on Monday, and we're having croissants
for breakfast every day this week. This delicate French pastry, by the
way, is in the shape of a crescent to commemorate the Crusaders'
victory over Islam. Aren't the French just peachy?"
Sarkozy the American," as he is known in France, called Muslim rioters
"scum." Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful
friendship.
"Nobody has to, I repeat, live in France. But when you live in France,
you respect its rules. That is to say that you are not a
polygamist. ... One doesn't practice female genital mutilation on
one's daughters, one doesn't slit the throat of the sheep, and one
respects the republican rules."
Sarko never issued an apology or entered rehab. To the contrary, he
said: "I called some individuals that I refuse to call 'youth' by the
name they deserve. ... I never felt that by saying 'scum' I was being
vulgar, hypocritical or insincere."
Is there a single American politician who would speak so clearly
without then apologizing to Howard Dean?
It looks like the Democrats are going to have to drop their talking
point about Bush irritating the rest of the world - evidently not as
much as Muslim terrorists irritate the rest of the world. The
politicians who hate Bush keep being dumped by their own voters.
At the Democratic presidential debate a few weeks ago, B. Hussein
Obama carped that Bush had "alienate(d) the world community" and vowed
that he would build "the sort of alliances and trust around the world
that has been so lacking over the last six years."
Democrats are terrific at building alliances. Remember how Jimmy
Carter won the love of the world by ditching our ally the shah of
Iran, allowing him be replaced by a string of crazy ayatollahs? Since
then, we haven't heard a peep from that area of the world.
The smartest woman in the world sniped that she would "create
alliances instead of alienation."
Yes, it was spellbinding how her husband charmed North Korean dictator
Kim Il-sung and his sociopathic son, Kim Jong-il, by showering them
with visits from Jimmy Carter and gifts from love-machine Madeleine
Albright. And that was that: No more trouble from North Korea!
As I understand it, the center of the supposedly America-hating world
is France. But now it turns out even the French don't hate America as
much as liberals do.
Au contraire! (We can say that again!) Our Georgie is the most popular
American with the French since Jerry Lewis.
All over the civilized world, voters are turning terrorist-coddling
liberals out of office and voting for politicians friendly toward
Bush, the world's sworn enemy of Islamic fascism.
Those foreign leaders so admired by Democrats for hating George Bush
and loving Saddam Hussein are being replaced by rulers who pledge
their friendship to the United States. American celebrities who
threaten to move out of the country every election rather than live
under a conservative leader are running out of countries to move to.
Retrospectively, B. Hussein Obama's answer about our most important
ally being "the European Union" may eventually become true, thanks to
Bush's ceaseless ally-making.
In Germany, pro-American Angela Merkel crushed the mincing anti-
American chancellor Gerhard Schroeder in 2005.
Last year, conservatives swept Canada, making Conservative Party
leader Stephen Harper the prime minister. I haven't loved Canadians
this much since the New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard is both the longest-serving
Australian prime minister and - by his own account - the most
conservative. As the New York Times rooted for his defeat in 2004,
claiming Australians were furious with him for his support of the Iraq
war, he won a historic third term.
Along with Howard, Bush's staunchest ally in the war on terrorism has
been Britain's Labor Party leaderTonyBlair. He's about to leave
office - only to be replaced by a leader from the even more pro-
American Conservative Party.
Only someone who knows bugger all about the British constitution could
say that.

He will continue as Prime Minister until the end of June. In the
meantime, he will resign
as leader of the parliamentary Labour party, and a leadership contest
may ensue if
anybody decides to stand against Gordon Brown. Brown will probably be
elected leader.
Blair will then go to the Palace and tender his resignation to the
Queen. He will advise her
to send for Gordon Brown. As the Labour Party retain a majority in
Parliament, she is
bound to do this. She will ask him if he is prepared to form a
government, and he will
accept and kiss hands. He will then be the next Prime Minister.

The only chance that David Cameron and the Conservative Party have of
succeeding
Brown is if they win the next general election. That is by no means
certain.

By the way, the Conservative party's attitude has changed. It now
considers the Iraq war
to be a mistake, and has criticised Blair's relationship with Bush.
There is still a deep
strain of anti-Americanism amongst the Tories, dating back to 1956.

Dr. Barry Worthington
Post by MFOgilvie
Only Spain remains a nation of women. As long as Spain exists, it will
not outlive the shame of its gutless capitulation to terrorist
bombings in 2004. It is worse than Sweden's neutrality toward Hitler.
But France! Until this week, France seemed a less likely place to find
someone who supports America than a meeting of Democrats.
Apparently, even the French prefer Western civilization to
clitorectomy-performing, car-burning savages.
The Democratic Party is now officially the only organization on Earth
that does not take the threat of Islamic fascism seriously. Between
the Democrats and the media, America has gone from its usual position
as the world's last hope to radical Islam's last hope.
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