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Coulter On Canada

Reported by Deborah - November 30, 2004

Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter lashed out at Canadians tonight making some arrogant, judgemental and ridiculous comments while Alan Colmes and Ellis Hennigan tried to maintain the dignity of the majority of Americans, who respect our neighbors.11/30/04 9PM

When Colmes asked Coulter why Bush decided not to speak to Canadian Parliment, she gave her usual smart mouthed and irrelevant type of answer.
"French influence dominates.Some are good,like our South. In the East they're becoming Euros practically speaking Swedish"

"You should not punish your friends and reward your enemies."

Then Hannity and Coulter evoked the Reagan/Bush connection claiming that Reagan like Bush had massive demonstrations against him while he was fighting the cold war.Hannity claimed that he was proud when he saw the video of the demonstrations against the U.S. and Bush.

Both Hannity and Coulter arrogantly insisted that we need no help fighting terrorism and Coulter added that Canada should be glad we let them share the same contintent.

comment: I wonder why the Republican Party would want people like Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter to represent them in the media. Immature,rude and rarely informed or insightful, they are an embarrassment , not an asset.
Hannity, in response to the Canadians protesting the war, spouted off his "mass graves and rape room" speech again accusing Liberals of no longer caring about humanity.Each day, I think of the Iraqi children without limbs;malnourished because of dystentery;without homes and families because of this war. No matter how Hannity and Coulter spin and rave self righteously about this administration's intentions, the reality of the unnecessary human toll of this war can never be erased. Coulter needs to wipe that nasty smile off her face and take a look in the mirror.

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