Thursday, October 18, 2007

Ann Coulter, Christian Revisionist

Isn't it off message for Coulter to talk about "perfecting" the Jews? I thought the object of the game was to "save" us.

She called Christianity the FedEx version of Judaism. As in, "There's a lady who's sure all that glitters is gold And she's buying the FedEx to heaven."

Mickeleh's Take: In Coulter's view of her religion, she gets to think of herself as being perfect, without actually having to be decent.

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francine said...

Let me know when I've been perfected, will you? You can even wake me up to tell me.

Ben said...

"Christianity the FedEx version of Judaism" ... well gaaal'dang ... color me gob-smacked!

I'm tempted to say "Credit where credit is due" ... but this aulde dawg recognizes the siren call of creeping sycophancy.

Such an insufferable capacity for finding le mot juste, n'est-ce pas?

FYI (and "Hi there!") I refer to this as "the Marie Antoinette syndrome". And yes, I do consider it pathological.

Gaaaaaalll'dang, that's some wit ... no surprise that sophists are so often victorious!

and best to you and yours for '08

Ben said...

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