Ann Coulter Is A Vomitrocious Whore

anncoulterY’all know I don’t like the lashon hora, but I’ve just had enough of this crazy blond trannie.

While appearing on CNBC’s The Big Idea with Donnie Deutsch, Ann invited nice Jewish boy Donnie to church with her, then suggested that “Jews need to be perfected” by converting to Christianity. Read the entire transcript here.

Whatever. See ya in the seventh circle of hell, beeotch.

20 thoughts on “Ann Coulter Is A Vomitrocious Whore

  1. You’ve got a stronger stomach than me – I can barely read any Coulter before becoming too pissed to continue.

    Her point is beyond stupid anyway.

    My Alabama neighbor, upon finding out that I had the audacity to have a Jewish boyfriend, gave a lecture about how she knew some *completed* Jews who attended her church, and that they were very nice people, but that she’d *never* allow any of her children to date them – they can’t be trusted.

    Ann’s next topic – All converts to Christianity are spies and liars that weaken the movement from within.

  2. Whenever invited to Church, I like to say I have a “prior engagement.” If pushed, I like to quote this:

    “God holds the Jews most dear for the sake of their Fathers; He does not repent of the gifts He makes or of the calls He issues-such is the witness of the Apostle.”

    It’s from a document entitled “Nostra Aetate” which represents the Catholic churches offical position as of 1965 & still in effect. Strictly speaking, it doesn’t rule out proselytizing us & the current Pope seems more eager to get us baptized than the last few did.

    But if we take a longer historical view on this, the Anne Coulter types in the past were damning us into eternal hell fire or worse. Now the best they can come up with is to claim that their faith is the express line? That’s a very weird meshuggah and IMHO rather infantile way of thinking about
    religion … but be careful what you say Yo, if what you said about AC’s secret past is true, she’s got a guaranteed place in olam haba — so she’ll have chance for payback, no? 😉

  3. she thinks im imperfect?
    great, we always knew she was much less than perfect too.

    muslims get 72 virgins in their heaven, ann coulter gets a convention of 72 horny grumpy old men.

    works for me.

  4. Thanks for your post. I don’t open any of AC’s sites on principal; I just don’t want to give her any encouragement.
    Although, it just occurred to me that my interest with AC (a disgusted fascination) is remarkably similar to my interest in Britney Spears, lacking only any compassion.
    Jenny

  5. Dan- speaking of the Catholic church’s position, I encourage you to rent a terrific documentary called Sister Rose’s Passion. It is a terrific historical and enlightening view of the Catholic church’s position on Jews and one woman’s (Sister Rose) passion for setting the record straight.

    As for Ann Coulter- thanks to Yo Yenta for giving us the heads up and for including the link to the transcript. I was even more disturbed after reading the whole conversation…

  6. AC… whut a SKANK!!! She’s running out of “shock” material to get attention for. She’s a one-trick pony. So sad.

  7. Christians believe that if everyone converted the world would be a better place. What’s wrong with believing that if all people believed like you do, everyone would be better off? Most religions believe that. (Its very different issue to force or torture people to believe like you. But to simply believe that it would be better for them to believe like you, is perfectly okay.)

    Judaism believes that if all people believed in monotheism the world would be a better place. That means we believe that Hinduism or any form of idol worship should cease to exist.

    This has nothing to do with Ann Coulter. This is about tolerance for peoples religions and personal beliefs. Not allowing her to have her beliefs is being intolerant of her religious views.

  8. Two thoughts:

    The only reason why Ann ever got any attention in the first place is that she is tall and good-looking, although she is not aging too well lately. Like all “celebrities”, now we are stuck with her. Too bad we just can’t throw her back, like the lox she is.

    To defend her, as a fervent member of the megachurch Right, she is only blatantly handing everyone out there listening what the megachurch Right really and truly believes. We can and should be “saved”, and it would be in everyone’s best interest if it were done sooner than later. As a member of the Tribe, I know their “cause” is stupid at best, but after living in the Midwest for way too long, folks, this is their reality.

  9. Passionate Life,

    I once suggested to an Orthodox rabbi that Hinduism was the only major form of religious idolatry left, I was making a point similar to yours. But he told me that I was entirely wrong to look at Hinduism this way .. that I was only looking at the apparent diffence and missing the underlying affinity in forms of “authentic spiritual striving” (as he put it, so eloquently).

    Now I have this Hindu prayer posted on my bulletin board:

    “O Lord, forgive three sins that are due to my human limitations:
    Thou art everywhere, but I worship you here;
    Thou art without form, but I worship you in these forms;
    Thou needest no praise, yet I offer you these prayers and salutations,
    Lord, forgive three sins that are due to my human limitations.”

    You can’t get much purer monotheism than that!

    Personally, I am totally a Torah literalist; the One who delivered us from bondage, took us up out of “Mitzrayim” — the translation says that word means “Egypt” but it literally means “narrows.” So yes, when we all finally get free from Mitzrayim, I do believe the world will be a better place.

  10. Dan, you can’t eradicate the notion of idol worship by trying to justify that the idol is representing a higher power or striving for spirituality. Idol worship is a total lack of imagination. The inability to see beyond what we can touch and feel. By locking ourselves into that paradigm we can’t transcend to higher levels.

    Here’s why Judaism doesn’t have Hindu’s problems;

    “Thou art everywhere, but I worship you here;”

    Judaism worships G-d everywhere. We say in the twice daily Shema prayer – Hashem is Echod -one. the Aleph represent one G-d. the Chet represents the seven heavenly spheres (universe, cosmos, different dimensions etc.) and the Daled represents the four ends of the world (North, south, east west.)

    “Thou art without form, but I worship you in these forms;”

    In Judaism it is a sin to worship G-d in any form whatsoever.

    “Thou needest no praise, yet I offer you these prayers and salutations,”

    In Judaism G-d does not need our prayers but we need to pray to Him in order to feel close and connected to Him. Prayer is about transforming ourselves.

    The Torah teaches us to transcend our human limitations. So Hindu’s would in fact be better people if they were to give up their three sins.

  11. Passionate Life,

    Yes, we do worship everywhere, but that is because of the galut. We are fixed on our holy places and our holy objects. The Torah is precious to me, I kiss it reverantly, I cradle it like a baby. I care deeply about what happens in eretz Yisrael and want to return there someday …we share these feelings, nu? so let’s not fool ourselves here about our own limits.

    To my best understanding, the idea of “one true religion” is contrary to our tradtion, at least if I understand what Rabbi Sacks is saying here:

    “The world against which monotheism was a protest was a world of what, called at its simplest, we would call tribalism, a world of many nations, many cultures, and many gods. The Mesopotamians had theirs, Marduk and all the rest; the Egyptians had their Sun God and his whole family; Moab had Chemosh; Greeks had Zeus and all those warring deities there. It was a world of “my tribe against your tribe; ergo, my god against your god.” I am not an active spectator of baseball, but I imagine tribalism still exists.

    So against tribalism the world’s first response, monotheism, arises as an extraordinary leap of the imagination. What would it be for there to be not lots of warring gods but just one? That is the revolution of monotheism. Of course, it seems like a logical consequence to say that if there is one God, there is one truth, one path, one way, one religion– what I call in the book universalism. The trouble is that “if there is only one truth, I have it; and if you disagree with me, you are in error.”

    I was speaking two days ago with Bernard Lewis, the great scholar of Islam, and he told me to read his latest article in Atlantic Monthly. I said, “What’s it called?” He said, “I’m Right, You’re Wrong, Go to Hell,” which is an admirable summary of the down-side of monotheism: “If I’m right, you’re wrong, and you can go to hell.”

    How does monotheism deal with a person not like me, whose faith is a different kind of faith — the infidel, the unredeemed, the outsider? The short answer is: “I will convert him; and if I fail to convert him, I may just have to kill him, because better that he lose his life in this world than his soul in the next.” From that simple equation flowed the inquisitions, the crusades, the jihads, the forced conversions, which have stained the pages of human history with the blood of human sacrifice.

    I would say that there have been five universalist cultures in the history of the world; that is to say, cultures that were not merely empires but sought to impose their cultures on all they conquered: the Alexandrian Empire of ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, Medieval Christianity, Medieval Islam, and European Enlightenment. We are living through the sixth, the global market culture, what Benjamin Barber calls “McWorld.” And with 9/11, the sixth and fourth of those cultures collided, and when universal cultures collide the world trembles. I think the price has become just too high.

    Therefore, the questions I asked in The Dignity of Difference: are those exhaustive alternatives? And is there only tribalism on the one hand, universalism on the other? If so, we are in trouble.”

    source:
    http://www.cceia.org/resources/transcripts/928.html

  12. Dan: You’ve just switched on a light bulb for me. As a youngster I attended Boy Scout Camp in Narrowsburg NY. I learned to put on tefillin there, the camp was kosher, my Boy Scout troop was sponsored by my synagogue, and the mashkiach had been my sister’s Hebrew school teacher years before (different schul).

  13. lmao — you went to summer camp in Mitzrayim! … oy and adding that “burg” is just toooo ironic. love your posts — have a truly joyous shabbos!! 🙂

  14. Yo: I heard excerpts of Coulter’s interview with Donnie Deutsch on CNN (Wolf Blitzer).
    I’m not a fan of hers; I’ve never read her stuff, but have caught her various interviews on cable TV news channels. I have some LH of my own for her. She’s a shock jock who doesn’t wear a jock; I assume she doesn’t need one. She obviously talks for the self-promoting sales effect, from the hip. It was obvious she made up her comments as she went along, only opening her mouth to change feet. In other words, she’s an ambitious dunce who knows how to sell.

  15. oh and Schavch my friend, you do know that the Torah foretells your summer experience; you went down to Narrowsburg & became part of a great nation!

  16. The argument isn’t with Ann Coulter.
    I find it really funny that Deutch is upset about what a Jew said.

    Paul, the “super Jew” made the statement to his fellow Hebrews.

    Hebrews 10:14
    For by one offering he hath perfected forever them that are sanctified.
    (Jews that accepted Jesus who was offered for their sins)

    And BIG NEWS.
    This just in: Jesus was a Jew.
    So the hypersensitive media Jews can go F themselves as far as I’m concerned.
    And they can quit taking out their frustrations on people that have chosen to believe Jesus the Jew was who he said he was.
    Jews started all this “christian” stuff anyway.

  17. Miss Coulter:

    Normally, we worry about our own material well-being and our neighbor’s souls; let us rather worry about our neighbor’s material well-being and our own souls.

    source:
    Rabbi Israel Salanter (1810-1883)

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