Select Quotes from Godless

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Before I post my complete review of Ann Coulter's Godless I figure a few choice quotes (but certainly not the best) will do in the mean time:

"The New York Times and the rest of the mainstream media will only refer to partial birth abortion as 'what opponents refer to as partial birth abortion.' What do its supporters call it? Casual Fridays? Bean-with-bacon potato-chip dip?"

"Moreover, if women are so pro-abortion why are virtually all abortionists men? If ever there was a need for a Take Our Daughters To Work Day, it's at the abortion mills."

"This leads to the astonishing spectacle of Teddy Kennedy in full-dress sanctimony, getting all high and mighty with Supreme Court candidates as if the nominee had done something heinous like drown a girl and walk away from it because he had diplomatic immunity in the state of Massachusetts."

"Throughout the 2004 campaign, the Democrats were looking for a Democrat who believed in God - a pursuit similar to a woman searching for a boyfriend in a room full of choreographers."

"And, of course, [Michael] Moore sat with Jimmy Carter at the National Democratic Convention, which drew more than a few glances, mostly from people wondering when the luxury box would collapse."
Obviously a sense of humor is required to digest any polemic of Coulter's, and Godless is no different, so be ready for the onslaught from angry liberals who will be too busy calling Coulter a "hateful liar" to actually read the book.