Thursday, August 19, 2004

Not really my cup of tea but...

...Ann Coulter is so funny this time I could not resist.
The election coming up in November is not a major issue for me. Many Zionists on both sides of the political fence think their side will be better for Israel.

I have such illusions no longer.

The best Israel can hope for is that its interests and even existence coincide with that of the US. When that happens, it doesn't really matter who is president.
When it doesn't (which is the case far more often), it CERTAINLY doesn't matter.

So either way, it doesn't matter.

But Kerry is an idiot, regardless. And here's Ann Coulter pounding him like she always pounds Clinton (who had and still has it coming), but deserves it less. So funny. Read it

"This was Primal John ... who ran with the bulls at Pamplona and, when trampled, got up, chased the bull, and grabbed for its horns."
(I'm almost sure this was a polite reference to John and Teresa's honeymoon night.)
There does seem to be an issue with Democrats being anti-war and pro-appeasement Europe, while also priding themselves on a military record, which then turns out to be less then so much hot air.
Tom Harkin, Crazed Moron, was shouting this week that Dick Cheney is a "coward," evidently for not fighting in Vietnam like Harkin. Except Harkin didn't fight in Vietnam either! The last time Harkin was bragging about his Vietnam service was in 1984 when he told David Broder of the Washington Post: "I spent five years as a Navy pilot, starting in November of 1962. One year was in Vietnam. I was flying F-4s and F-8s on combat air patrols and photo-reconnaissance support missions."

Sen. Barry Goldwater – not the Post – checked with the Defense Department and soon Harkin was forced to admit he had never been in combat in Vietnam, but was based in Japan during the war, ferrying damaged planes from the Saigon airport to Japan for repairs. Oops!
I think I'd like to get to know Ann Coulter. You know, just talk.


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