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Ann Coulter – voting for Clinton?! What’s next?

February 2, 2008 at 3:15 am (FOX NEWS, Politics)

Today, on Sean Hannity’s radio show (yeah, I listen to it from time to time… it’s a guilty pleasure… or downright torture, depending on Hannity’s mood) I’m listening in and who does he have on? Ann Coulter, of course. I’m thinking “Ugh. Am I going to have to change the channel now?” And then suddently, I hear the words – from the mouth of the firemouth herself – “I will vote for and campaign for Hilary Clinton if John McCain wins the Republican Nomination”

She said a number of very odd things: that Hilary is more conservative than John McCain, that John McCain was wrong to criticize Rumsfeld’s failed Iraq policy, etc. 

What’s next? Osama bin Laden for Mitt Romney?
I will say this though – when I heard what she said I was laughing in disbelief, and I laughed hard.  

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Cheney gives Romney a kiss of death

January 28, 2008 at 5:35 am (Politics) (, , , )

“I am proud to support Gov. Romney. Throughout this campaign, he has distinguished himself as a leader who can guide our country with a clear vision for overcoming the threats we face today,” “Dedicated to the success of our missions in Iraq and Afghanistan, Gov. Romney is the only candidate who has outlined a comprehensive strategy for defeating the global Jihadist threat. I look forward to working with Gov. Romney, because he is the leader our country needs,” –Liz Cheney 

Another reason NOT to vote for Romney 

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Mormon Leader Gordon B. Hinkley dies at 97

January 28, 2008 at 5:27 am (Local News) (, , , )

Mormon leader Gordon B. Hinckley died Sunday night at age 97, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints announced.Hinckley served as president of the Salt Lake City-based church since 1995 and has been a member of its top leadership since the 1960s. He died about 7 p.m. Sunday (9 p.m. ET) with his family by his side, church officials announced.

The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, which becomes the nearly 13 million-member church’s governing body upon the death of the president, will choose a successor after Hinckley’s funeral. 


While I’m not Mormon, it’s sad to see Gordon go, he was a good egg for the most part. He was a fairly reasonable person, and had a very compassionate soul. I wonder how the LDS Church will operate under Mr. Monson’s leadership.

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