Wednesday, April 19, 2006

The Coulter Report

The somewhat-eerie date of June 6, 2006 (6-6-06) marks the release of Ann Coulter's latest book-shaped bile-expulsion. The book's title is "Godless: The Church of Liberalism," and continues Ann's refreshing trend of blatantly lunatic hyperbole (see: "How to talk to a liberal (if you must)," "Treason: Liberal treachery..." and "Slander: Liberal lies..."). It also continues her near-unbroken string of book titles with colons in them. Which, considering the kind of crap she peddles between the pages, is sort of an aptly-named punctuation mark for Ann to favor.

Apparently, the book will have heart-warming and fuzzy-sounding chapters like "The Holiest Sacrament: Abortion," and "On the Seventh Day God Rested and Liberals Schemed." One assumes that the book will contain more of Ann's well-documented, pantented ravings-of-the-insane, and that it will inevitably resemble the thoughts of a compassionate Christian in the same way that a Buick resembles a palm tree.

Ann appears to think that the release date will needle all the humorless libs out there, but I suspect that many will find humor to spare in the notion of Coulter as antichrist (a theory that's been bandied about - but never conclusively proven - and is only further shored up by such eye-rollingly obvious publicity stunts).

In any event, people are already snapping the book up via pre-order at It's so good, apparently, that it's already rated at 3 1/2 stars. Despite the fact that, y'know, no one's read it. has a nifty feature that allows you to see what else customers who bought "Godless" ended up purchasing. Such assuredly enlightening literature as "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)," "Women Who Make The World Worse: and how their radical feminist blah blah blah," and "Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild." Say, I'm starting to notice a real colon trend here.

But there's a point to this post, and I've arrived at it. Let's all agree to just stop. talking. about her. Let's ignore the latest barrage of juicely-fascist rhetoric and in so doing, condemn Coulter to the restricted promotional arenas of conservative talk shows and Fox News, where the circle of back-slapping may hopefully create a psychic loop from which no matter may escape.

Who's with me?


At 9:09 AM, Blogger Jabawacefti said...

I am inclined to agree, but aren't you always talking about not judging something before you've seen or read it?

Or are chapter titles enough?

At 9:33 AM, Blogger codemorse said...

Touche, pussycat.

But to counter - I'm not judging this book. I'm letting you know it's coming, all the available information on it (literally), and giving my opinion/impression on Coulter's writing/personality/insanity in general. Coulter's produced enough work that I've read to justify a general opinion.

For all I know, the book's Pulitzer-worthy.

But I doubt it.

At 10:17 AM, Blogger Jabawacefti said...

Oh I know. Just being cheeky.

At 10:40 AM, Blogger codemorse said...

What a great word.

At 10:45 AM, Blogger Jabawacefti said...

The Brits are awesome that way!


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