Note: Please don’t be one of those people who sit out the election because Romney isn’t a Christian or doesn’t perfectly align with your views. The lesser of two evils is less evil.
And in this case, it is a lot less evil.
Ann Coulter knows how to get attention. I think she is over-the-top too often, but she is far more fact-based than anything I see on the Left. And when her critics take the bait she exposes them for their extreme hypocrisy.
Consider the hand-wringing over her calling Obama a retard. Of course she shouldn’t use terms like that. But she wasn’t making fun of mentally retarded people, she was making fun of Obama.
More importantly, note the moral schizophrenia of those who criticize her for using a politically incorrect word referring to mentally retarded people while advocating for the legal destruction of those same people.
Remember, the Left celebrates the fact that they have reduced the number of people with Down Syndrome people by 90%. Read that carefully: They haven’t prevented cases of Down Syndrome, they reduced the number of people with Down Syndrome by justifying the killing of them in the womb.
This illustration summarizes it perfectly (click here if you can’t see the image).
How long do you think it will be before Obamacare requires people to have abortions to eliminate “unfit” people?
And speaking of Obamacare, please don’t miss her latest column on the importance of electing Romney. There are so many reasons he is vastly superior to Obama: The economy, religious freedom, the cause of life and more. But the longest term impact will be whether we can put the brakes on the devastating consequences of Obamacare.
The single most important issue in this election is ending the national nightmare of Obamacare.
If Obamacare if not stopped, it will permanently change the political culture of this country. There will be no going back. America will become a less productive, less wealthy nation. What wealth remains will have to be plowed into Obamacare — to the delight only of the tens of thousands of government bureaucrats administering it.
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You know who specializes in rescuing failing enterprises and making things work? Mitt Romney.
Contrary to ignorant slanders about Romney’s private sector work, his specialty was not buying thriving companies and stripping them for parts. Rather, the Bain Capital model was to take companies that were on the verge of collapse — about to cut all jobs, pensions and health care for their workers — and save the business.
Romney is the Red Adair of his profession. He’s like a doctor who specializes in multiple gunshot wounds or an oncologist who takes only Stage 4 cancer patients. Yes, there were layoffs, but also lots and lots of jobs, profit, success, efficiency, saved businesses and saved lives.
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Not only has Romney promised to issue a 50-state waiver from Obamacare on his first day in office and then seek a formal repeal and replacement, but he’ll know how to do it. The savior of dying companies will fix health care in this country so that no Democrat will be able to wreck it again.
The only way to rid ourselves of this national poison pill, set to destroy both health care and the nation at large, is to elect Mitt Romney our next president.