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My husband tells me I am a makebate. So, what's wrong with that? I love to write. I have 2 great kids and 1 grandson. I'd love to say I am "retired" but really, who retires from life? Shoot me a question, comment, rant or rave. They are all welcome here. Love dogs, my family, and most of all, debate. Pro NRA, conservative and a right wing lady.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Sometimes bumblebrains host TV shows

Always a fan of the sardonic, caustic, flame throwing bitch, Ann Coulter, I relish when she makes guest appearances on silly daytime shows like ABC's The View.  The thought of 5 women with not much common sense between them, presuming they are going to banter with the likes of Ann Coulter gives me the energy to entertain myself with a wee Irish jig.  I almost feel super human.  Maybe it's the name, Ann.  An excellent first name if I say so myself.

So, Ms. Coulter can whip out books faster than Obama get the hell out of Washington D.C. after learning of the murder of Ambassador Stevens.  I have every single one of her books, and read them with vim and vigor.

Apparently, during the re-election of George W., my debating style became too much for a few people, and one nice elderly gentleman referred to me as the sardonic, caustic, fire breathing, flame throwing bitch from hell.  Being raised in a household where one should always respect their elders, I typed vigorously, and with a broad smile on my face..."Well, thank you for the kind and gracious compliment, sir". I'm not a elder bashing kind of flame thrower.  I usually take aim at people who can handle themselves, hold a conversation and keep personal insults to a minimum.  Usually when the personal slams come out of a bag, you can draw the only possible conclusion - they feel cornered, and are getting ready to shoot sharp quills in your direction.

The View's hostess with the mostess,  Whoopi, caught a little wind of irritation today when Ann Coutler apparently did not offer the politically correct, regurgitated love poems of liberals.  Let's face it, The View ladies reach near orgasmic levels when they have their EYE CANDY POTUS in their midst.  It's all fuzzy, warm, with loads of love.  Almost like a Woodstock moment, and free love to be had.  The stage seems to drip with the odor of liberals getting ready to spawn.  It's easy to run a talk show with guests who hang on your every word, taking it in as though it was gospel.  However, when arguing a point, I personally believe it leads to far more weight in your favor if you spout or exclaim your point of view with clear, historical facts.  None of the pop cultural dialogue with these crazy dames makes sense.

So, Ms. Whoopi exclaims that Ms. Coulter has no idea as to what black people are thinking because well, let's face it, Ann Coulter isn't black.  However, Ms. Coulter brings documented historical facts to the table.  What Whoopi, Behar and the other gals don't realize is that Ms. Coulter, if she so desired, could turn all those gals into liver pate with a single swipe.

Apparently Ms. Goldberg has neither attended college and is alleged to have dropped out of high school.  Joy Behar did attend and earn a degree from Queens College and the State University of New York ) at Stony Brook. She also worked as a junior high school English teacher in 1968.  Sherri Shepard, earned a high school diploma, then attended technical school to learn secretarial skills.  She is a comedian by trade. Elizabeth Hasselback attended St. Mary's Academy Bay View in Riverside, Rhode Island, and then went on to earn a degree in Fine Arts from Boston College.  And she even did a stint on CBS' popular show, "Survivor", an adventure  that no doubt has probably prepared her to sit with the other ding dongs.And finally, the grand dame of them all, Mrs. Barbara Walter, attended Ethical Culture Fieldston School and Birch Wathen Lenox School,[16][17] private schools in New York City,[13] Walters graduated from Miami Beach High School in 1947. In 1951 she received a B.A. in English from Sarah Lawrence College

Ms. Coulter's resume reads as follows: Graduated with honors from Cornell University in 1984 and received her law degree at University of Michigan Law School, where she was an editor of The Michigan Law Review.  Coulter served as a law clerk in Kansas City for Pasco Bowman II of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. After briefly working in private practice in New York City, Coulter went to work for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in 1995, handling crime and immigration issues for Sen. Spencer Abraham of Michigan. She is a frequent top 10 author on the New York Times list. She earned herself not 1, but 2 terminations from MSNBC.  Main stream medic can't handle strong willed, educated women.  I suspect the likes of Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow suit the comic rhetoric of the sheeple audience over at MSNBC. 

So, Ms. Goldberg's voir dire to sit as a juror (hell judge and jury) on the panel of The View, pales in comparison to Ms. Coulter's accolades.  I'm not implying that a high school drop out can not obtain a self taught education, but Ms. Coulter's education is followed by a long line of accomplishments; alas no Academy Award nomination as of yet.  Maybe that's Ms. Goldberg's hidden ace. But after today's latest rant, it seems to me that Whoopi was having a difficult time grasping Ms.Coulter's responses to silly questions.  What the media received was a long drawn out soliloquy from Whoopi, that I still can't piece together in English, or pig latin.

What I do know is that at no time during the angry, estrogen filled, foul mouthed tirade from the hostess Goldberg, did she appear to even listen to Ms. Coulter's responses to questions being asked of her.  Calling our current POTUS, the Food Stamp President, doesn't sound the least prejudicial or racist.  Ms. Behar seems to glaze over with a smirk of malcontent when she thinks she's gained an upper hand.  However, food stamp kings can come in any color, and it just so happens that Obama is leading in the application for, and thus deliverance of food stamp aid.

Somehow we've turned into a country where some people want to throw a race card around.  Why is that?  I detest the periods of slavery in this nation.  It's a sad part of U.S. history.  However, almost every nationality in this country has had some sort of discrimination against them.  Irish, Jews, Catholics, Italians, Poles, Russians...you name it, and history can back it up.  We are a melting pot of opportunities in this country, although Mr. Obama seems to have stuck a dull thumbtack into the land of opportunity.  I'm fed up with hearing about the victims of racism.  It's time to move forward with this country's attitude that if you did not vote for Obama, no where does it warrant a label of being racist.

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