Coulter’s Latest Commentary Rips Media over Pelosi Fawning
Posted by thebosun on November 16, 2006
In Ann Coulter’s latest column, that was posted at WorldNetDaily, the take-no-prisoners commentator rips into the media for their ceaseless gushing over Rep. Nancy Pelosi becoming the first-ever woman speaker of the House. Coulter correctly points out that President Bush has been appointing women and minorities to high posts for years. But then again, the Dems have been shaky with accepting the truth.
Writes Coulter: “The media yawned when Condoleezza Rice became the first black woman secretary of state (and when Lincoln Chaffee became the first developmentally disabled senator).”
On the Bush Cabinet, Coulter humorfully points out, “The whole place has been lousy with women since the first Bush term, including Gale Ann Norton, secretary of the interior, Ann Veneman, secretary of agriculture, and Margaret Spellings, secretary of education. For a while there, it looked as if Bush might become the first president whose entire Cabinet’s menstrual cycles were synchronized.”
The no policy platform democrats are successfully bringing back a cut-and-run national security strategy, tax-and-spend domestic policy and a no-enforcement immigration policy, and is in their minds apparently ushering in a return to feminist milestones.
To read Coulter’s WorldNetDaily exclusive commentary, here is the link: Desperate congresswomen of Hysteria Lane
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