Thursday, June 03, 2010

Still cracks me up

After all this time, Coulter still cracks me up:

The media have been crowing that Republicans will lose the Hispanic vote forever if they support enforcing laws against illegal immigration, such as the Arizona law. To great fanfare, a poll was released last week showing that 67 percent of Hispanics oppose the Arizona law. 
The headline on that poll should have been: "One-Third of Hispanics Support Arizona Immigration Law Despite Frantic Media Campaign to Convince Them It’s a Racist Plot Against Hispanics."

Incidentally, 67 percent of Hispanics also vote Democrat. The exact same percentage of Hispanics who oppose the Arizona law voted for Obama over John McCain -- who was championing amnesty for illegals.

Suck up to Hispanics with insane amnesty proposals; get one out of three Hispanic voters. Do the right thing and defend the country's borders; get one out of three Hispanic voters. ... Promise to make every Tuesday "Ladies' Night"; get one out of three Hispanic voters. Offer them a choice between "Extra Crispy" and "Original Recipe"; get one out of three Hispanic voters.


OneSTDV said...

She is quite witty.

Though I think it undermines her credibility as a serious conservative commenter (a task I believe she is intellectually qualified for: Cornell undergrad, UMich law). But I doubt she cares, the money is great.

silly girl said...

The one in three seems about the ratio of contributors to those who drain the system.

Tom Bridgeland said...

Coulter may be capable of serious commentary, but doesn't seem to have the personality for it. I view her as a comedian, and a good one.

What serious work she has done is obscured behind the bomb blasts.

Anonymous said...

Man I read that last night, and got several laughs out of it, especially the quote regarding (paraphrasing from memory): "If Bill Clinton says its so, then thats good enough to me. After all its been ten years at least since he lied to a federal grand jury".

I get a kick out of Ann.

Anonymous said...

Seems like conservative commentators are always more interesting and entertaining when going after Republicans than Democrats.