Ann Coulter Endorsing Hillary Clinton: “I’m a Hillary girl now!”

  • Ann CoulterThe Republicans are falling all over themselves competing on how much they hate John McCain. Ann (“He’s a total Fag”) Coulter showed up today on Hannity & Colmes today to vent her hatred for John McCain. This is hysterical.
  • COULTER: No, and if you’re looking at substance rather than whether it’s an R or D after his name, manifestly, if our’s candidate than Hillary’s going to be our girl, Sean, because she’s more conservative than he is. I think she would be stronger on the war on terrorism. I absolutely believe that.

    houseflyThis sets Hannity off. He’s stumped now. <blah blah blah> On to ripping John McCain and his support for the “surge” in Iraq:

    COULTER: OK, let’s get to him supporting the surge. He keeps going on and on about how he was the only Republican who supported the surge and other Republicans attacked him. It was so awful how he was attacked. It was worse than being held in a tiger cage.

    I looked up the record. Republicans all supported the surge. He’s not only not the only one who supported the surge, I promise you no Republican attacked him for this. And you know why he’s saying that, Sean, because he keeps saying it at every debate, “I’m the only one. I was attacked by Republicans.” He’s confusing Republicans with his liberal friends. They’re the ones who attacked him for it, his real friends.

    Fruit LoopsHannity’s all freaked out again… <blah><blah><blah>

    COULTER: Moreover, she lies less than John McCain. I’m a Hillary girl now. She lies less than John McCain. She’s smarter than John McCain, so that when she’s caught shamelessly lying, at least the Clintons know they’ve been caught lying. McCain is so stupid, he doesn’t even know he’s been caught.

    Colmes had to throw this in:

    COLMES:Can I tell you the last thing that Hillary Clinton wants? Ann Coulter’s endorsement.

    Black Garbage FlyHAHAHAHA!!!

    COULTER: Even now he’s running as a Republican, he won’t give up on amnesty. At that debate the other not —

    (CROSS TALK)

    COULTER: I’m serious.

    COLMES: I know, but let me get serious for a second, because so far I haven’t. Look, are you telling me — look at all the people endorsing McCain. I’m not talking about Johnny come lately Republicans. Nancy Reagan is wrong? Rick Perry is wrong? Arnold is wrong? Charlie Crist is wrong?

    COULTER: Other than Nancy Reagan —

    (CROSS TALK)

    COULTER: I will explain. It’s not that they’re wrong. Other than Nancy Reagan, and by the way we loved Nancy Reagan for loving Ron Reagan. We didn’t love her for her political persuasion.

    <snip>

    COULTER: I’m trying to answer the question. Stop talking. I’m moving Nancy Reagan to the side, and I’m saying all the rest of these political endorsements mean one thing; they think he’s the front runner. They want a job in his administration. Nothing means less than an endorsement from someone who wants a position.

    What a free-for-all-campaign!! On Ann Coulter’s blog today:

    The bright side of the Florida debacle is that I no longer fear Hillary Clinton. (I mean in terms of her becoming president — on a personal level, she’s still a little creepy.) I’d rather deal with President Hillary than with President McCain. With Hillary, we’ll get the same ruinous liberal policies with none of the responsibility.

    Also, McCain lies a lot, which is really more a specialty of the Democrats.FruitFly

    Trophies of the GOP!! The Republican’s pride and joy!

    Update: Howie Klein (Down With Tyranny), discusses Ann Coulter’s endorsement and included the YouTube of the original broadcast.

    Lesbian’s Father Running for President of the United States (His Dirty Little Secret)

    Maya Marcel-KeyesMaya Keyes probably wouldn’t appreciate that title so much. After all, it was her father on Feb 4, 2005, who kicked her into the streets without any money and no place to live after she came out of the closet as a lesbian. Err…, I meant “liberal queer lesbian“. Two weeks later on Valentines Day, Maya Marcel-Keyes stood in front of GLBT citizens in Annapolis, MD at a “Equality Maryland” rally and said:

    “Things just came to a head. Liberal queer plus conservative Republican just doesn’t mesh well,” she said. “That was making my life a little bit turbulent.”

    Yes, the picture you’re looking at is Maya who was homeless and penniless only two weeks earlier.

    Her father, a Republican (of course), wouldn’t have anything to do with her and said the day before earlier:

    “My daughter is an adult, and she is responsible for her own actions. What she chooses to do has nothing to do with my work or political activities.”

    In 2004, while on the campaign trail competing for a US Senate seat in Illinois, Alan Keys was interviewed on the radio where he greedily discussed his hatred for homosexuality. Of Mary Cheney, the Vice President’s daughter who is a lesbian, Keyes called her a “selfish hedonist”. He went on with:

    Then, without having been asked anything about his own family, [Keyes] volunteered that “if my daughter were a lesbian, I’d look at her and say, ‘That is a relationship that is based on selfish hedonism.’ I would also tell my daughter that it’s a sin and she needs to pray to the Lord God to help her deal with that sin.”

    Maya’s coming out shouldn’t have been a surprise to her parents Alan and Jocelyn. They’d found gay newspapers under her bed during her teen years and they berated her about homosexuality. Keyes’ conversation on the radio was all a lie. He already knew his daughter was a lesbian!

    Her parents have known that Maya is a lesbian since they found a copy of the Washington Blade, the gay weekly, in her room and confronted her at the end of high school (she went to Oakcrest School for Girls, a Catholic school in McLean run by the church’s highly devout Opus Dei movement.) Ever since, Maya says, her parents have told her that her sexuality is wrong and sinful.

    “As long as I was quiet about being gay or my politics, we got along,” she says. “Then I went to the Counterinaugural,” last month’s protests in Washington against President Bush. “My father didn’t like that.”

    If you’re really interested in Alan Keyes’ hatred view towards homosexuality, you can explore his “logic” on “Why homosexual couples adopting a child leads towards incest” by watching this:

    (It’s truly stunning to see Arrogance, Stupidity and Idiocy all combined inside a suit and tie wrapper.)

    Alan Keyes, the stalwart of the Republican Party and the pride of conservative American family values, made an appearance at the GOP Debates in December 2007. Having a podium of his own, it left everybody curious as to why he was even up there! Was he running? Was he serious about running?

    Homophobic AssholesThe GOP always has made room for Hatred! There’s no such thing as “too much homophobia”! Of course Alan Keyes is running for president, Silly! Only this time, he’ll have to do it without Maya’s help.

    • Take notice of the cartoon of Bride and Bride getting married on his “official website”.
    • Now take notice of the first bullet line on his website? It’s an attack on Mitt Romney’s alleged direct involvement with gay marriage in Massachusetts.
    • Now the first sentence in the piece quotes Keyes by saying:

    “Mitt Romney is single-handedly responsible for instituting same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.”

    Using the same logic, Keyes goes on to explain his own stupidity:

    “Most people are unaware of the way Massachusetts came to adopt same-sex marriage,” the former Reagan administration diplomat said. “They think the state’s Supreme Judicial Court forced it to happen. That’s incorrect.”

    Said Keyes, “The court merely issued an opinion stating that, in its view, the existing marriage law was unconstitutional because it failed to allow persons of the same sex to marry. The court then gave the legislature 180 days to ‘take such action as it may deem appropriate in light of this opinion’ — implicitly telling lawmakers to come up with a new marriage statute.”

    Obviously Willard Romney didn’t do enough during that 180-day window of time to fully satisfy the Very Honorable and extraordinarily Pompous Alan Keyes. Keyes completes his stupidity with this comment:

    “This action by Mitt Romney is among the most socially-damaging actions by a chief executive in our nation’s history. Because of its far-reaching implications for the future of the traditional family, it threatens to destroy our entire moral and cultural fabric more than any other executive action I can think of.”

    And here all these years, I thought it was bad grammar to end a sentence with a preposition.

    That Gay Marriage in Massachusetts thing happened in May of 2004. And ya know… I don’t really see it destroying our entire moral and cultural fabric!!! What moral and cultural fabric has been destroyed after four and a half years’ time? If anybody can leave a comment with some ideas on what moral fabric has been destroyed as a direct result of gay marriage, I would certainly appreciate the heads up on that!!!

    What do I admire the most about Alan Keyes? It’s the fact that on his MySpace account, he lists himself as a “Proud Parent” in the bio-section. You just can’t get hypocrisy any better than that.

    FruitFlyI’m blaming Mark Karlin, Editor and Publisher of BuzzFlash.com for this story. It was his fault that I had to do all this work to write this story. Meanwhile, click on my picture for a cool little campaign song for Alan Keyes and his bid for President of the United States.

    Cheeseburger in der Dose

    cheeseburger in a canAnd you think Americans have a fast-food fetish? You ain’t seen anything compared to the Krauts. Since nutrition is so very important to those of us who are watching our weight, I can translate for you:

    • Calories 257 kcal / 100g
    • Protein 14.0% g / 100g
    • Fat 12.6% / 100g
    • Carbohydrates 12.8% g /100g
    • Cost € 3,95 / $5.86 (US)

    FruitFlySaw it on Joe.My.God. But I recommend you get your own. These look YUMMY!! Well, that’s the marketing photo… I’d have to agree with Joe – “What the hell would that look like after I opened it on my kitchen counter..?”