Monday, June 13, 2005

Ajai Raj Was Right 

Whenever I'm about to forget the brilliant job that young Ajai Raj did in putting Ann Coulter in her place with a rudely phrase but dead-on question, someone reminds me what a shrill, vindictive, nasty piece of work she is. That, and a total hypocrit. From The 2% Company:
The women of the religious right, if they truly subscribe to the beliefs they espouse, are of the opinion that all women should be subservient and obedient to their fathers (before they're married) or their husbands (only once they're permanently and irrevocably married). By extension, these women shouldn't be doing anything other than caring for children and the housework, and should keep their noses out of big important things like business and politics.

Hey, Ann — not that we personally agree with this garbage, but if that's what you're getting at, why don't you shut the hell up, get back in the kitchen, and squeeze out some babies? At least then something good would come out of your diatribes: we'd never have to hear from you again.
This comes from Ann's derogatory comments about Mark "Deep Throat" Felt's daughter -- who happens to be a single mother. And, as if that's not bad enough (cough cough), she's also a teacher. A teacher, for god's sake, a profession deserving of burning at the stake in Coulter's eyes, I guess.

I'm with The 2% folk on the teacher thing, though -- if things were right with the world, teachers would be getting multimillion dollar contracts, and pro athletes would work for minimum wage, with no benefits... and women like Coulter would take their own advice and be subservient little hausfraus and just shut up and go away and leave the rest of us alone.

HEAR HEAR!!!!!!!
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