Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Ann Coulter Has A New Book!

Oh happy day! Ann Coulter, my favorite non-fiction author, has a new book:

Demonic: How The Liberal Mob Is Endangering America.

Though we differ slightly on a few things (I consider myself more of a libertarian/conservative than a strict conservative), if I have to go into a (Verbal) war against a pack of angry liberals, there's no one I'd rather have by my side than Ann. If only other conservatives had the stones this skinny lady has. She not only rips liberals and liberalism to shreds, she does it with humor and the kind of deft writing I find inspiring.

Because she's so knowledgeable, because her books are so factually accurate (They have to be. Liberals literally pick them apart for the slightest of errors) because she takes no prisoners in her debates, and mostly, because she's just so damned effective, democrats abhor Coulter with a virulent hatred far beyond what they can gin up against real evil like Bin Laden or Stalin.  

Here are some of my favorite (And by favorite, I mean sadly amusing) "We Hate Ann Coulter" sites:

Candye Kane Blogspot: why-i-hate-ann-coulter-and-you-should

Here's What's Left Blog: Oh my god, I hate Ann Coulter

Experience Groups: I Hate Ann Coulter

And, here's your typical liberal explaining just why she's so disliked by the left:

See, he hates Ann because she's "mean". And "rude". Ah, well I get it now. Mean and rude are liberal code for "I won't let you push me around and I utterly destroy you in debate".

We're not done yet though. Because she's "mean" and "a jerk", he want's her killed and "her bones ground up" and (Paraphrasing here) fed to the masses. (Something about Jesus was in there, but it made no sense in this context.)

Nope, nothing mean about that little statement is there?

The overriding theme you get from virtually all of this is they almost never argue (Effectively) against her facts, but against her, personally. 

What defines an effective conservative? Look for the ones most despised by the left.  

Here's an excerpt from her new book:

Civil Rights and the Mob: George Wallace, Bull Connor, Orval Faubus And Other Democrats - HUMAN EVENTS

I read a lot, and I know my enemy. I read as many liberal books as conservative, and visit almost as many liberal web sites (Especially when I need a good laugh. The Facebook scandal with Anthony Weiner, along with the left's and the MSM's (Same thing really) efforts to defend the little prick and discredit Andrew Breitbart, and their subsequent downfall, was and is hilarious.) as conservative, so when I say you should read Ann's books, I mean all of you should, not just the one's who agree with her like me.  

I'm not interested in hearing how much you despise Ann because of her temperament, personality, looks, or other such minutia, but if you've actually read her stuff and want to talk about or debate a point, I would likely be game for that type of conversation.


Sasha said...

So much like a white reporter in a high crime minority neighborhood reporting on a murder, you chose the least qualified witness to interview; because it's expedient to your point not because you give a damn.

Ann Coulter brings Shakespeare to mind, fretting her hour upon the stage, full of sound and fury resulting in nothing.

The Greyman said...

Actually, while you could argue they don't represent the majority of liberals (That's debatable, at least in the case of hard left types) these people are VERY indicative of the ones who vehemently hate on Ann Coulter. They almost always fall into a group who've (a) Never read any of her books, (b) Hate her because she's supposedly mean/rude/etc., (Yet they proceed to insult and degrade her in their posts) (C) Never argue against her actual ideas.

Plus, they are just hilariously funny. I didn't even post the "worst" of them, just because I didn't want to be accused of the very thing you still accused my of.

In fact, dear Sasha, I would bet that you yourself, who claim Ann has nothing of substance to offer, have never read even one of her books from cover to cover, right?

I readily admit she's caustic at times, and that takes some getting used to because most conservatives are so deferential on TV, but I love it. Ann has giant nads.

Read a couple of her books, and then, if you like, get back to me with something specific of hers you disagree with.

Ronny X Mann said...

I have seen you call yourself a conservative sometimes, a libertarian sometimes, and a conservative libertarian sometimes. I have listened to both and I can't see much of a difference. Do you?

Another question if that's OK. Have you always felt this way or were you more liberal earlier in your life?

The Greyman said...

Ronny - Those are good questions. I think I answer in the form of a new post. Should be up soon.