Thursday, May 28, 2009

GOP Trinity Says "Don't Piss Off a White Man"

In one corner, we have Supreme Court Justice nominee Sonia Sotomayor, who said back in 2001, "I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn't lived that life."

In the other corner, we have the GOP Holy Trinity - Coulter, Gingrich, and Limbaugh, who collectively called Sotomayor a "racist."

Ann Coulter said "It does a disservice to minorities -- to women and minorities -- that we are supposed to be empathizing for," she said. "Saying that someone would decide a case differently... because she's a Latina, not a white male, that statement by definition is racist."

Well, besides ending a sentence with a preposition, what does Ann really know? She is just a yuppie without any actual political office experience writing books on the subject. Now, she even has people thinking she is some pompous expert, topic unknown. Once, Coulter even told Donny Deutsch on his Big Idea show that Jews should "be perfected." You can find that particular interview on Youtube by searching "Ann Coulter" and "antisemitic."

My friend Ernie Witham, of Ernie's World,, says that rumor has it "Ann Coulter is really a white man (check out her Adam's Apple)."

Gingrich said on Twitter, "White man racist nominee would be forced to withdraw," then he added. "Latina woman racist should also withdraw." I didn't know he was an American Indian, did you?

Limbaugh brought up the rear end of the horse on DittoCam by saying "horrible choice" and "a racist ... or reverse racist."

To quote Eldridge Cleaver (1935-1998), "You're either part of the solution or part of the problem."

1 comment:



Don't tell me I'm the only who noticed that an anagram of "Coulter, Limbaugh, Gingrich" is: "Ameobic churl gluing Right".

Prophetic or pathetic? You be the judge.