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Thomas the Rhymer BS: Ann Coulter scrapes bottom (416* d) RE: BS: Ann Coulter scrapes bottom 12 Jun 06


Ann Coulter.

Well, then... I've got to rock the boat a little here... T'will be the first time ever I'm quite sure...

I like the lady. She looks good, expresses herself well, kicks up the dust in some pretty dark liberal corners, and makes a decent living as a writer. She pays attention to politics in a way that has been considered 'unfeminine' for about 10,000 years...

...and so...

Who can blame her for 'overdoing it' a 'little' as she breaks out of that ancient role... while simultaniously besmirching the much more modern woman's role of 'liberated', liberal, and morally-challenged. Ann has a raw inspired talent for challenging the strictly flaccid ways of the outmoded western 'Holly woulds'... and she taps into a great storehouse of 'left-wing hypocracy shunning' middle America.

For my part, however... I don't relate well with incendiary conversational pyrotechnics in written form. I find that her message is interesting, provocative and innovative... but that her dominatrix-style irritability is an impediment to intelligability. I'd rather enjoy disagreeing with her... and be able to finish an entire book she's written.

Actually, ...I think she'd be a great match for me... in real life! Never a dull moment. ;^)

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