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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Ann Coulter's "opus dei" zeal for a liberal inquisition

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27-July-2006-News-Flash-Blog-Ed-s-Comment-Opinion
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Title: Ann Coulter's "opus dei" zeal for a liberal inquisition
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RAIN
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The saying, "hell hath no fury as a woman scorned," pales
only in comparison to God and less bitching by a hybrid. I
placate to the masses or the misses, or the master of guise.
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Whatever will be, will be. Creationism with plastic surgery
if Sen. Elizabeth Dole, (R) NC, had her way. Re: "guessing."
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If not the fountain of youth has actually been found. Thank
Jeb Bush there in Florida, we can now re: "prove." Kind of
matches the last two elections and Jeb's - fountain of vote.
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Ann Coulter's apparent zeal for a (third-liberal-inquisition)
by the hand of her church, by her view, as to which arm is
now being extended by the Lord. Which - could made Ann
Lord-less in her plea - of "god-less-ness." Forgiveness is a
blessing that has to be requested, in this situation. Which is
why, we now project, that Ann truely seeks destruction of
all non-conservative human beings. Claiming owernship of
"God," by her decree or by whole principles. Whatever is
principled, if what she expresses -- is truly hers, and not a
money-generating method designed to sell her book. Tax
dividends, or zero-tax-payments are likely in her files. W.,
probably gave her a hand-written note, or pass, for "IRS."
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But, wait, our misunderstanding. Poor Geo. can't spell 'irs.
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To wit - Ann's hell hath fury, whenever scorned, yet pales
only by comparison to God for her less-bitching holy-war.
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Placate to the masses or the money, O 'ye master of guise.
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Note: History is written, or re-written, by the victor. Ann
might want to re-research her Roman history. Sub Rosa.
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While reading please hum a few lines of "Oh what a night."
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Ancient Prophecy, or just self-fulfilling prophecy?

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27-July-2006-News-Flash-Blog-Ed-s-Comment-Opinion
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Title: Ancient Prophecy, or just self-fulfilling prophecy?
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RAIN
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Need money? Apparently all you have to do today is get
elected to any public office. Easier yet you can just write
a book about the parallels of a current event with the past.
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Take the war – please – as Rodney Dangerfield might say.
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Add some religious prophetic prose or Ancient Prophecy,
and wham – you've got yourself a self-fulfilling prophecy.
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Almost – that is if you got elected to that public office, or
have made a few worldly-type decisions "after-the-fact."
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Remember all the past hoopla about a president "wagging
the dawg?" Today it's more like an earthquake, or shaking
the world. A few bombs here, a fault-line there. Mix in the
political, or ethic fallout & poof, you got everyone rapping
about "prophecy." Implying a road-map of sorts. However,
every women knows that men don't follow road-maps – so
any attempt by ancient- prophecies to pre-predict modern
males – would be like – George W. Bush predicting a war in
Iraq in 2000. More-like a self-fulfilling event - than biblical.
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Which is it turns-out, exactly what Bush and VP Cheney did.
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Nonetheless - disclaimer: "soul & hell" part may still apply.
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