Quote# 13120

[Regarding the editors of the New York Times]

I prefer a firing squad, but I'm open to a debate on the method of execution. A conviction for treason would be assured under any sensible legal system.

Ann Coulter, AnnCoulter.com 48 Comments [7/18/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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They've got freedom of speech, bitch, just like you do. Get over it.

7/18/2006 7:04:21 PM


I read a piece of what was written... According to our dear ann (she isn't worth the capital letter) the Times betrayed America by revealing that the US followed bank transactions and telephone calls. As if people didn't know that 4 years ago.

7/18/2006 7:13:09 PM


I don't think Ann should be included in posts reported on FSTDT...

...it's like letting LeBron James enter the free throw contest at the local YMCA day camp.

7/18/2006 7:14:55 PM

Dante's Virgil

Good one, Sandman.

Why hasn't this bitch got a husband she can submit to, already?

7/18/2006 7:21:20 PM


Ann Coulter: A Cunt Loner

A Loner Cunt?

That was fun. Who wants to try to anagram \"Free Conservatives?\"

7/18/2006 7:49:17 PM


\"I don't think Ann should be included in posts reported on FSTDT...

...it's like letting LeBron James enter the free throw contest at the local YMCA day camp\"


7/18/2006 7:55:39 PM

Napoleon the Clown

Good thing your opinion doesn't count for jack, isn't it?

7/18/2006 8:02:06 PM


News flash Ann, the New York Times didn't reveal anything that wasn't already publicly available knowledge.

See, part of the way to make sure that we catch terrorists is we chase money trails.
- George W. Bush, April 2004

The settlement of international transactions is usually handled through correspondent banking relationships or large-value message and payment systems, such as the SWIFT, Fedwire or CHIPS systems in the United States of America. Such international clearance centres are critical to processing international banking transactions and are rich with payment information. The United States has begun to apply new monitoring techniques to spot and verify suspicious transactions. The Group recommends the adoption of similar mechanisms by other countries.
- Bush administration report to the UN Security Council, available on their web site since 2002

I applaud the president and our distinguished witness today, Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill, for taking swift action to block terrorist assets that may be located here in the United States and to warn foreign banks that the U.S. is poised to block their assets in this country and deny them access to U.S. markets that refuse to freeze terrorist assets overseas. The secretary is also to be commended for setting up a new foreign terrorist asset tracking center which I hope will become a model for interagency cooperation in law enforcement and in the sharing of financial intelligence.
- Michael Oxley, Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, at a public congressional hearing, October 2001


7/18/2006 8:03:39 PM

David D.G.

Ah, so under the Fundie Word Redefinition Project, \"treason\" means \"actually mentioning out loud, or in print, anything that embarrasses the Republican Party or criticizes a Republican President.\"

~David D.G.

7/18/2006 8:11:09 PM


They said something I don't agree with! KEEL THEEEEEEEMMMM!!!!

7/18/2006 8:17:04 PM

Lord Zeruel

Par for the course for Little Annie.

That woman makes me so sick. I can't even look at her picture on her book covers without feeling like throwing up and destroying something.

7/18/2006 8:35:28 PM


That vile woman's writings are the closest I've ever come to advocating book burnings (Well, her's and the Bible).
The paper doesn't even make good asswipe.

7/18/2006 9:08:48 PM

Broken Egg

Funny, I thought your country had freedom of speech as one of the primary foundations of its society. Or is that only if people say what you want to hear?

7/18/2006 9:15:44 PM

Tiny Bulcher

Ach, she's just a shock-jock. Eventually people will get bored of her schtick, she'll have to crank up the outrageous stuff even more to try and retain attention, and then she'll lose it. After that her looks will go. *snigger*

7/18/2006 9:18:17 PM

Jesus Klingon

Ann Coulter = Unclean Rot

7/18/2006 9:23:42 PM


Of course, outing of a CIA operative by the administration, is, by no means, anywhere near as bad as reporting government wrongdoing, is it Ann? or is it Andy? I always forget.

7/18/2006 9:50:40 PM


For a debatably legal, minor act, Ann would heve the Times editors shot. The Bush administration gets us into a war on false pretenses, and Ann thinks they're gifted leaders. Was she dropped on her head as a baby?

7/18/2006 10:06:04 PM

Donald Keyballs

Is there any way that you (fstdt.com) can give the URL to this skank's quote without making it a direct link. It's not the same as the run of the mill idiot that is usually quoted here. She makes a living out of writing this crap and every extra visit to her site is money in this crackhead whore's pockets.

7/18/2006 10:17:28 PM


Hey ann, the people at rr want you to be the next president. That terrifies me.

7/18/2006 10:41:56 PM


Jesus Klingon: that's perfect!

7/18/2006 11:09:07 PM


Ann Coulter for Fuher

7/18/2006 11:52:49 PM


Brilliant, Jesus Klingon!

7/19/2006 1:28:37 AM


An Open Letter to Ann Coulter:

Your book \"Godless\" is the first thing that made me thing we need quality control on Freedom of the Press. That being said, please go find a porcupine and stick it up your ass. Thank you.

7/19/2006 2:35:55 AM


Feh, too long to load the edit.

\"Lebron James at YMCA Award\", anyone?

7/19/2006 2:39:39 AM


whitewater55: Insulting Ann Coulter by implying that she's transexual is insulting and demeaning to transexual people. It also makes you look like a regressive asshole. Keep at it and I'm sure you can become the subject of a post here, not just a commentor.

7/19/2006 2:51:32 AM

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