Olbermann dating coulter
In addition, I think I’ve been writing too much about my own navel…meaning, there are so many things going in the world today that are more important than whether or not some boy likes me.
While I don’t think I’ve gotten that personal in my posts about the guys I’ve actually dated (as opposed to the guys who have just written stupid things to me from dating sites,) from here on out, I will be confining my dating posts to commentary on people I haven’t actually met…those are funnier anyway.
LAUER: But aren’t they the people in the middle of the story? COULTER: That …oh …not, not the ones talking about. They were using their grief in order to make a political point, while preventing anyone from responding.
COULTER: …Because then if we respond, “Oh you’re questioning their authenticity.” No the story is… COULTER: …No, the story is an attack on the nation… LAUER: So, if you lose a husband, you no longer have the right to have a political point of view?
She shows up on news talk-shows whenever Bush needs defending (or spanking, like when he nominated Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court) or when there is a chance to criticize the Democrats for something.
While she has plenty to do defending Bush these daze, there are few targets for her wrath on the Left at the moment…mostly because so few of them are powerful enough to be relevant enough to bother attacking (although I certainly hope that changes in November.) In searching for targets of her venom, she has recently published a book that spews much of it at the out-spoken widows of 9/11, who have consistently fought for improving our National Security since the day they lost their husbands to the terrorists who smashed through a chink in that security.
Apparently denouncing Bush was an important part of their closure process.” ) “These broads are millionaires lionized on TV and in articles about them reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by “grief-arazzis.” I’ve never seen people enjoying their husbands’ death so much.” ANN COULTER: Yes. COULTER: …To speak out using the fact that they’re widows. If they have a point to make about the 9/11 Commission—about how to fight the war on terrorism—how about sending somebody we’re allowed to respond to? LAUER: But is your message to them, “Just grieve” …?