Coulter on Huckabee: Why doesn't she like him?!?

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  1. Ivon Denosovich

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    Here, Coulter rips into a guy I thought she would love. After reading her book Godless, I thought she would be thrilled to have a former pastor running... not so! Anyone know why Ann isn't pulling for Huck? To me, Huckabee would be the natural choice for someone having just written about why the govt. needs to make the world moral, etc.

    (Don't get me wrong, I'm GLAD she doesn't like him.)
     
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    Ann is smarter than she usually sounds.
     
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    Coulter works for Fox News, Fox News is backing Rudy Giuliani for being such a good Bud in getting Fox News on cable in New York City. Hannity and Coulter would normally deplore a man like Giuliani with the same vile and contempt that they have for the Clintons. If anything Fox News has proven that there is no such thing as a fair or unbiased media.
     
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    He's a phony conservative.
     
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    Yeah she is really "smarter" than many evangelicals as what your signature quote of her. I always find amusing what a woman can think of herself...
     
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    Some friendly advice, faithcontender. You might want to watch your language lest someone think that you are a misogynist and this result in harm to your witness for Christ Jesus.
     
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    "Always" ? :(

    Only women?
     
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    I don't have something against a woman. What I'm saying is i'm always amuse when a woman try to think highly of herself. I know many christian women that are smart enough but try to behave as is required of her.

    For Ann, to call evangelicals who support Huckabee "stupid" and easily led is unbecoming of herself. What she thinks of herself?
     
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    Sorry, faithcontender, but it is clear now that your words say otherwise. May God grant you repentance in this matter.
     
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    Do I have to hate my wife? my sister? my mother? other women? No not all!! You are trying to accuse me of something which i do not. You don't even know me personally....May God give you repentance in trying to judge me...
     
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    Defend these statements of yours, faithcontender. I am not making these up. However, perhaps you misspoke and would like to redo these statements:

    "I always find amusing what a woman can think of herself"

    "try to behave as is required of her"
     
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    You mean Ann, is smarter to say that evangelicals who support Huckabee "stupid" and easily led? That's why I am amuse when she says that.
     
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    I'm a woman. I'm not a big fan of Ann Coulter when she's speaking. Her written words are much more sound. Her spoken words are entirely too caustic for my tastes.

    I'm also not a fan of Huckabee.

    I don't work for FOX.

    btw, I can also think for myself, amusing or not.
     
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    Preach it, sister. :thumbs:
     
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    It is Ann Coulter's opinion, to which she is entitled.

    And it is my opinion that if Ann Coulter had put forth words of praise for Mike Huckabee and his "conservative" evangelical supporters that you would not have made that statement about her.
     
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    But i believe that you would not try to say that those evangelical who support Huckabee are "stupid" and easily led. She is saying that many christian leaders who support Huckabee are stupid.
     
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    That is part of the reason she needs to write and edit herself. Calling anyone stupid is not gracious.

    I do think, though, that some evangelicals have jumped on the Huckabee bandwagon without looking thoroughly at all he supports politically. If he is what the ticket has to offer come election day, I will vote for him. At this point, however, I'm still undecided.
     
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    Bolded mine

    AMEN!!!

    I twice voted for another of this type last two elections, and while I still thnk he was far, far above the opposition, he did not turn out to be the conservative that his "advertising" promised!

    I'm a bit more leery this go-round!!!!
     
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    That is a very good post. My votes for President in 2000 and 2004 were a waste, and I never vote for Democrats.

    This time, it seems the array of Republican candidates are average at best. There is no one that stands out as a natural born leader wanting to serve the American people, only opportunistic politicians.

    Romney and Giuliani are out for me. There is no way either will get my vote. The rest, I am also undecided, but none has the makings of a great President.

    As of late, the Democrats nominate candidates that are so bad, that we are forced to vote for Republicans that range from pathetic to average. That mindset must stop.
     

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