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Saturday, June 10, 2006

Ann Coulter's Godless: An Analysis and Book Review: Take the Ann Coulter/Zacarias Moussaoui Quiz

Ann Coulter's Godless: An Analysis and Book Review: Take the Ann Coulter/Zacarias Moussaoui Quiz: "If you're reading this, you probably already know about author Ann Coulter's recent statements about the 9/11 widows. So let's make this a water cooler quiz. Go to work and find someone who hasn't been following the news and give him/her the following short quiz. The answer for each of the questions is either 1) a brutal terrorist sentenced for the 9/11 attacks; or 2) an author respected in conservative and Republican circles:
1. Who said that statements from bereaved family members of 9/11 were 'disgusting'?
2. Who, referring to bereaved 9/11 widows, said, 'I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much'?
3. Who said, 'These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis'?
4. Who referred to 9/11 widows who lived in East Brunswick, New Jersey as 'the witches of East Brunswick'?

Let me know in the comments how you or others did on the quiz.

Answer key: 1. Zacarias Moussaoui 2. Ann Coulter 3. Ann Coulter 4. Ann Coulter

Even though Coulter's statements in the book should have made her a national pariah, the right's media network is doing a competent (but soulless) effort to partially shield Coulter from all the condemnation she deserves (click here and here)."
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Godless Ann Coulter

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