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Friday, September 18, 2015

Ann Coulter Needs to Apologize For Her "F-ing Jew" Remarks

I have always loved Ann Coulter. She takes no prisoners, backs away from nobody, and laughs at the howls of outrage over her remarks about liberals. However, I have to say I am not amused over her recent remarks about "f-ing Jews" while she was criticizing Mike Huckabee's many expressions of support for Israel.

http://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Barring-apology-right-wing-Zionists-demand-Fox-News-fire-Ann-Coulter-for-f-ing-Jews-tweet-416567

First of all, somebody needs to explain to Ann that not all Jews support Israel. Some Jews actually hate Israel. They are the ones I have to deal with all the time. On the other hand, not all Americans who support Israel are Jews (like me, for example).

But more importantly, even if meant in jest, this is just not the time to make such a remark given the rise in Jew hatred worldwide. Ann needs to set aside her irreverent side and make a public apology for her comments. In addition, conservatives need to set our ideology aside for just a moment and rebuke one of our heroes for some pretty ugly language.

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2 comments:

elwood p suggins said...

I am giving Coulter a pass on this as far as being anti-Semitic. A little vulgar?? Yeah, that's just her. I took her comment to be directed at Republicans whom she believed, accurately or otherwise, were pandering to Jews, not at Jews themselves. She would probably have used the same adjective when referring to any group.

Those who have not yet read Coulter's newest book, "Adios America", need to do so. The only problem is that although it is short, it took me a little while to get through it because I had to keep stopping to wipe the tears out of my eyes from laughing so hard. Just like the comment at issue here.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

So this time Ann is rude to people you approve of, and all of a sudden, there is something wrong with her take no prisoners approach?

If Ann Coulter loved her enemies, she would be a Christian.