Ann Coulter, a Whore and a Good Argument Against the 19th Amendment

by CzechRebel on November 10, 2012

in "Obamacare", 2012 US Elections, CzechRebel (blog admin), Massachusetts, Newt Gingrich, Pennsylvania

OK, she may not actually stand on a street corner and lift her skirt for a price, but women with far greater virtue than Ann Coulter do just that. They may sell their bodies, but Ann Coulter sold out the Republican Party, the conservative movement and all of the United States in one evil blow. By helping the Republican Party nominate a sure loser, she snatched defeat from the jaws of a certain landslide victory.
Ann Coulter
Let your memory drift back to the summer of 2011. One of the most hated Presidents in American history sat in the White House. One of those rare electoral opportunities was on the horizon. In 1932, the saying was that Democrats could win the election with “a Chinaman running on a laundry ticket.” OK, that saying is not politically correct today, but it was the way EVERYBODY spoke in 1932, and the whole US blamed its problems on President Herbert Hoover. In 1980, Jimmy Carter had managed to hack off so many people that he almost lost his re-election bid in the primaries. Needless to say, Peanut-Butter Jimmy lost to Ronald Reagan in a major landslide.

2012 was destined to be one of those rare elections where most any Republican could beat the weak incumbent. And the field of candidates was so strong.

Sarah Palin could have almost walked to the nomination. She had done great on the campaign trial in her bid for the Vice-Presidency in 2008. In many ways, she put conservative Republican women on the map. However, she chose not to run.

Michele Bachmann was a woman of principle. She won the important Ames, Iowa Straw poll and, with Sarah Palin’s hat not in the ring, offered to capture the imagination of conservative women.

Jon Huntsman had some appeal to certain Republican primary voters. While his name was not a household word, he offered the party something truly rare. Congressmen tend to develop a background in foreign affairs. Governors have the administrative experience necessary for the Presidency. In fact, the jobs of governors and presidents are very similar. Huntsman had been both an ambassador and the governor of Utah, a rare combination that could make him more electable than some candidates.

Former Louisiana governor Buddy Roemer offered a certain southern appeal. He had also been a congressman, so he had both administrative experience and knowledge of how business is done in Washington.

The young Rick Santorum offered a no-nonsense conservative campaign. As a former Senator from Pennsylvania, he offered to appeal to voters in states where the Democrats normally run strong.

Herman Cain was an outstanding candidate. He had been a successful black businessman and is a radio talk show host. He was one of the best opportunities the Republicans have had to win back black voters since the 1940s.

It is hard to stop talking about all the things that Texas governor, Rick Perry, brought to the race. Other than a minor memory slip during a debate, he was great on the campaign trail.

Newt Gingrich was probably the strongest candidate. He had been Speaker of the House. He knew Washington inside and out. He one of the smartest men you could ever want to meet. Just ask ANYONE who has ever been in the same room with him. If not for Romney’s dirty negative ads, we most certainly would be calling him “president elect.”

And Ron Paul, wow! What a great candidate! He was not fishing in the same pond with the rest of the Republican candidates, he was bringing in his own people – people who might never find the GOP even with an engraved invitation. What a VP choice for any of the candidates. Heck, even if you don’t want him on the ticket, let him help with the platform. New ideas, new voters, what more could the Republican Party ask for?

However, the whore Ann Coulter first pushed for the beefy, but sexy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a/k/a Public Enemy #1. It is so obvious that she votes with her hormones and not her brains. But, like all whores, Coulter could easily go from john to john. So, she got behind the one Republican candidate capable of actually losing the 2012 election, Mittens Flip-Flop, better known as Mitt Romney.

Like Father, Like Son

OK, this is not my first rodeo. I am an old man now, but I started following politics before I was old enough to read. The 1960s was a time when I could not get enough politics. I can still remember that sinking feeling when my father suggested that George Romney might get the nomination. If I remember right, old Georgie Romney couldn’t stick to a position. During the 1960s, it was really good idea to have a position on the war in Vietnam. If you needed to change it, you’d better have a reason other than “I was brainwashed.” Old Georgie boy did not! Whenever the wind blew, George became a weather vane. Like father, like son!

Weathervane Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney invented Obamacare and installed in it Massachusetts, something that all of that state’s far-left-leaning Democrats had been unable to do. But in 2012, he tried to convince us that he would undo Obamacare for the US. One could only hope that he would, but come on! Apparently, the name Romney must mean “flip-flop” in some language.

Lacking any other political credibility, Romney focused on his “success” with the Olympics. We have had Olympics used as propaganda ploys, as in 1936. We have had murder, as in 1972. We have had the FBI give their profiling team a really bad name, as in 1996. However, have we ever had an “unsuccessful” Olympics? If we have, I bet it hasn’t happened very often.

Oh, yes. He had a track record as a venture capitalist. Let’s see; what are some of the worst occupations for a candidate planning to run for office? Divorce lawyer, abortionist, sewer worker and venture capitalist. Just try selling those to your potential voter.

Reagan’s Eleventh Commandment

Back in 1980, the US was in serious trouble. The economy was in disarray. We had an enemy in the Soviet Union and perhaps in Red China as well. All the Republican candidates ran hard-fought races, but for the most part, they all agreed that the most important thing was to defeat the incumbent Jimmy Carter. As, Ronald Reagan put it, “Don’t violate the 11th Commandment: Thou shalt not speak evil of any fellow Republican.”

Romney’s entire primary campaign consisted of negative campaigning against whichever other candidate presented the biggest challenge to him at the moment. Negative campaigning cuts both ways. Voters tend to believe the negative ads and find fault with both the accuser and the target. When you go negative in a primary, you may win the nomination, but voters will remember your negativity. Of course, if the poor soul that you are running against manages to win, he will have an uphill fight in the general, as the opposing party will benefit heavily from your negativity.

Ann’s Romney Harlotry Never Ends

One of the first and loudest shills for Romney was Ann Coulter. She polluted the airways of Fox News (a bastion of potential Republican primary voters) with countless pitches for the sure-loser Romney. Once he got the nomination, Coulter gave the Republican voters a false sense of security by endlessly projecting the image that Romney had it in the bag.

So, after the party was over, did Ann Coulter admit she was wrong? Did she even admit that Romney ran a very poor campaign? Did she even point out the very obvious idea that Romney would have needed to reach out to Ron Paul for support to have any chance of winning? No. Instead, she bashed other Republicans simply for running against Romney in the primary!

The Right to Vote

I had a very impressive grandmother. She was a very smart woman. Had she not married, she might have one of America’s pioneer women lawyers. She used to work as an election judge. She and my grandfather boldly took the position of being anti-Franklin-Roosevelt Democrats throughout the 1930s and 40s. So, it was always hard for me to understand why giving women the right to vote was so controversial to my great-grandfathers’ generation.

Thank you, Ann Coulter! I now understand why my great-grandfather’s generation had so much trouble with the idea of giving women the vote. True women of the suffrage moment, such as Emma Goldman, gave their bodies away freely. But you, Ann, have given the whole country away. You have demonstrated a whole new type of harlotry. I guess my great-grandfather’s generation must have seen women like you destroying America.

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