To Hell With All Hail To Harriett
Ann Coulter

October 27, 2005


The Bush White House has turned into the Nixon White House -- complete with Harriet Miers as its Rosemary Woods, with an 18-year gap in her credentials. I'm not kidding - the Bush White House is even worse than the Nixon White House - you can't even get a decent drink in the place!

Speaking of drinking, I hear that old George is hitting the bottle again. I believe it - that's the only way that his nomination of a real live bobbing head doll makes any sense at all. This gal thinks that Bush is 'the coolest'. Of course, this is coming from someone whose favorite band is Gary Puckett and the Union Gap. Or would that be Gary Lewis and the Playboys. I don't know, there's something about the name Gary that just signals lameness.

For five long and frustrating years, Bush has been spending taxpayer money like it's his allowance from Dad, whose reputation certainly has been growing by comparison. He has obstinately refused to protect us from the cukarachas at the borders - the man wants to give citizenship to anyone who has a lawnmower or a leaf blower! And he treats real conservatives like Clinton treated Monica Lewenski - when we get on our knees, he gives us a load.

But the one thing, the only thing that we thought we could trust him for, is to give us decent Supreme Court nominees. And what does he do - give us Harriett Miers, a girl that is so dull that she keeps her diary on a napkin! Hee hee! Harriett Miers is so dumb that she thinks Taco Bell is the name of a Mexican phone com..."

What? You're kidding... She did? ...When? Oh jeez, I've only got about ten minutes to file this week's column...

Once again, the lunatic left with it's zeal for the politics of personal destruction, has left another noble reputation tarnished with it's win at any cost tactics. Judicial mastermind Harriett Miers has chosen to withdraw her name from consideration as a Supreme Court justice. The spoiled liberals who act like they still run this country, by their insistence at seeing Ms Miers personal papers, which would violate the attorney-client privilege of the President of the United States, have driven yet another genuine conservative patriot out of the marketplace of government.

But they have once again underestimated those of us who care about this country and understand what makes it great. Our president is made of sterner stuff and no doubt is hard at work this very minute making a selection of someone equally as canny, diligent, and intelligent as Ms Miers. Someone tougher, someone blonder, someone, perhaps, who has their J.D. from University of Michigan Law School. Someone with a well known repertoire of opinion, perhaps someone who has written best-selling volumes of political and judicial opinion. Someone who is not afraid to stand up to liberal naysayers like Alan Colmes and speak the truth with no fear of the repercussions.

You'll have to excuse me. I think I hear the phone.

 

2005, Mark Hoback