Thursday, June 14, 2007

Ann Coulter on 'No Drug Smuggler Left Behind!'

Yesterday, we posted a link to an Alien & Sedition article collecting some of the anti-Mexican comments made in the name of oppoising the Senate immigration reform bill.  Ann Coulter is a bit more sophisticated.  Human Events.com (here) has a story 'No Drug Smuggler Left Behind!' by Coulter that attacks President Bush on immigration. It starts like this:

"President Bush was so buoyed by the warm reception he was given in Albania that he immediately gave all 3 million Albanians American citizenship, provided they learn Spanish. The offer was withdrawn when Bush found out most Albanians haven't broken any U.S. laws. Bush keeps claiming he's dying to enforce the border, but he just can't do it unless we immediately grant amnesty to 12 million illegal aliens. I wonder if that worked on Laura Bush:

Laura: George, it's time you quit drinking.

George: OK, honey, let's discuss it over cocktails."

KJ

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You know, I was just telling someone today that I once heard Ann Coulter say that the United States Supreme Court was created just to resolve railroad disputes. It was at a debate between "The Right and the Left" sponsored by Regent Law School. (I wasn't there, I saw a video.) Other panelmembers included Alan Dershowitz and Jay Sekulow, who ducked his head and scooted his chair a little away from her when she said that. Dershowitz had to speak next, and he was speechless. I don't blame him--how do you respond to that?

Posted by: Jeremy Masten | Jun 14, 2007 8:01:46 AM

I am constantly amazed at the velocity and altitude Ms. Coulter's humorous remarks attain as they sail ofer the heads of so many ernest left wingers. God bless our intellectual diversity and the Hobbesian dictum that all men (and women) are created equal, intellectually, because they think they are.

Posted by: Jim Kach | Jun 15, 2007 4:52:59 AM

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