Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Ann Coulter Speaks, Despicable People Lie About It. Film at Eleven.

Remember that speech to gay conservatives Ann Coulter was going to give? Well, it happened the other day, and just as I expected, Ann proved her critics full of it, as usual. I'll have a more thorough follow-up on NewsReal a little later (UPDATE: here it is), but for now, let's look at one example of the shamelessly-dishonest reactions the gay Left has dished out in response. At some worthless magazine called Instinct, some degenerate called Jonathan Higbee writes:
As expected, the "Judy Garland of the conservative base," Ann Coulter, displayed nothing short of offensive anti-gay rhetoric at GOProud's Homocon event over the weekend. What hundreds of wealthy GLBT paid GOProud (and therefore paid Coulter) to hear? That "gay marriage" is wrong, that gay babies should be aborted and that parents don't want their children learning about the GLBT community in school. Where else could the $150,000 speaking fee GOProud paid Coulter have gone?
Jonathan Higbee, you are as contemptible a liar as they come. For one thing, believing that civil marriage has a societal purpose connected to procreation isn't anti-gay, and if you had a conscience, you'd admit it. But we know you don't have a conscience, because your next lie - accusing Coulter of saying "gay babies should be aborted" - is even more foul. I know you know it's a lie, because you posted her actual words just a few inches lower. And given your obvious hatred of truth and independent thought, I'm sure a conversation with you about a parent's right to decide when his or her child is ready for sexual subject matter would be another exercise in futility.

Jonathan Higbee, it's not your sexual orientation that makes you an individual society should look upon with shock and revulsion. It's your utter lack of integrity. The same goes for whatever publication so devoid of ethics that they'd give your filth a platform.

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