observations from the intersection of religion, science, politics, and culture
So in the Marketplace of Ideas we need to allow everyone their say, right? Here's the problem I have ... how long do we allow them their say once every single utterance they've brought to marketplace has debunked? Why does anyone ever book Coulter for any show to talk about anything when she *never* contributes anything besides bile, intolerance, ignorance, and mendacity? Presumably it's sympathy with her ideas, or pandering to the audience that agrees with her positions, but it is disgusting regardless of reason. At some point, when a hateful idiot is exposed, there ought to be some consequence to giving that idiot a microphone into which to repeat their blathering. Similar to how there was a movement to target advertisers who supported Glenn Beck, it's time to hit the wallet of Coulter enablers.
Uh, yeah, what he said.
You do realise that Ann Coulter isn't actually a real person? She's a robot designed by liberal atheists to completely discredit right-wingers and christians. No-one can be that disgustingly bigoted and still be human, surely?And the only reason Ann Coulter hates gay men is because they have a biological excuse for not sleeping with her (as opposed to straight men who won't do it because she's insane) :)