17 June, 2006

Anti-Coulter vs Coulter

This article has now moved to nullifidian.net.

Coulter's own argument, when being interviewed by Matt Lauer in refutation of her own obnoxious standpoint. The names have been changed to neglect the ignorant.

"To speak out using the fact that they're [christians] - this is the [religious right's] doctrine of infallibility.

"If they have a point to make about the 9/11 commission, about how to fight the war on terrorism, how about sending in somebody we're allowed to respond to: nonono, we always have to respond to someone who just had [a divinely-inspired epiphany], because then if we respond: "oooh, you're questioning their authenticity".

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"They were cutting commercials for [Bush]. They were using their [religion] to make a political point while preventing anyone from responding. ... Don't use the fact that you [have religion] as the basis for your being able to talk about it while preventing people from responding. Let [Jesus] make the point, let [God] make the point - don't put up someone I'm not allowed to respond to without questioning the authenticity of their [authority].

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"But that is the point of [divine] infallibility - of putting up [Pat Robertson], of putting out these [christians], of putting out [Jerry Falwell] - nonono, you can't respond, it's their doctrine of infallibility. Let somebody else make the argument then."

Twat.

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