Coulter is perfect... not anti-Semetic
Some great comments over at HotAir.
Then Alan Colmes accuses Coulter (and, I guess, Christians) of being anti-Semitic:
Alan Colmes is both a fool and an embarrassment.
A great interview... Dennis Prager discusses this on his October 16th show - "The Compassion Crowd"... specifically dissecting responses from the vapid hosts of The View.
If you'd rather read than listen, he also writes... Ann Coulter Wants Jews to Become Christian - So What?. Here's a snippet:
She said she believes that Jews who accept Jesus as their savior are "perfected." I fail to see why this is some form of hate-speech, let alone the basis of anti-Semitism, as stated by Abe Foxman, director of the Anti-Defamation League, which often defames conservative Christians, whom he and his organization hold to be the greatest domestic threats to America.You can also listen to Ann talk with Dennis on his radio show from October 30th.
And from Coulter herself in "How Long Before the A.D.L. Kicks Out All its Jews?":
... The usual liberal coterie acts shocked and offended by Christians who actually believe Christianity is true -- unlike Democratic politicians -- to conceal the fact that the left is increasingly dominated by people conniving in the destruction of Israel.
How about having Tim Russert ask Hillary if she believes the New Testament is the perfection of the Old Testament? She claims to be a Christian. Let's get it on the table: Is she or isn't she? It doesn't get any more bare-bones than that.
Let the cat out of the bag that a 2,000-year-old religion practiced by a majority of Americans teaches that Jesus came in "fulfillment of the scriptures," and you might be better off if you had adopted the preferred approach of liberals' new friends the Muslims and simply slit the Jew's throat. ...
Finally, John Hawkins interviews Coulter via e-mail over at Right Wing News:
Q: Hillary Clinton seems to be trying to paint herself as a girl power feminist role model, someone that other women should vote for because she represents them as women. What do you think about that?Beautiful.
A: It hasn't helped John Edwards.