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Got Racism?

faultroy Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 8:46 AM
It looks like we lost another conservative to the Washington DC mentality. Coulter obviously thinks that any of us care about her bizarre rant. This reminds me of what Marie Antoinette said when they told her the people have no bread--her response--well then they should eat cake. That is about how clueless Coulter is. Both minorities and Whites are non plused by these Washington Jack- axes that think their opnions matter. Townhall should take a survey and ask their readers if Coulter should come back to earth. Coulter needs to concern herself with issues of relevance.
Texas12 Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:52 AM
Marie Antoinette said no such thing.
meowbius Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:30 AM
Fault: how can you have any opinion on Coulter's writing if you OBVIOUSLY did not read her previous book, where she provides exhaustive info on Marie-Antoinette's fictitious quote.

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rickmcq Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 9:09 AM
So, in a time when Republicans and Conservatives are being repeatedly called "racist" for merely opposing Obama's policies, you see Coulter's column on racism as being 'irrelevant'? I think you might be misidentifying the problem this morning.
rbarton Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 9:02 AM
Playing the "race card" is just one more slimy thing liberal/democrat politicians and their allies in the media use to try and get elected, while conservatives/republicans are loathe and have more class than to use it. Kudos to Coulter for calling the bastards out on it.

Liberal racism sightings have become like a lunatic's version of "Where's Waldo?" Kevin Baker of Harper's magazine says Romney's referring to his "five boys" in last week's debate was how he "slyly found a way" to call Obama a "boy." Says Baker: "How the right's hard-core racists must have howled at that!"

MSNBC's Chris Matthews says the word "apartment" is racist because black people live in apartments. He also says the word "Chicago" is racist because -- despite its well-known reputation as the home of Al Capone and the Daley machine -- a lot of black people live there,...