So Anne Coulter's comment WASN'T "hate speech"? Or was it?

The American Conservative Union, the outfit that sponsors CPAC and invited Coulter to speak there, has finally issued a statement that condemns hate speech but doesn't say that Coulter actually engaged in it. "Ann Coulter is known for comments that can be both provocative and outrageous," ACU chairman David Keene says. "That was certainly the case in her 2007 CPAC appearance and previous ones as well. But as a point of clarification, let me make it clear that ACU and CPAC do not condone or endorse the use of hate speech."


The CONSERVATIVES (i.e., Right-wing crazies who like to pretend they're not brain-dead by pretending to be actual Conservatives) actually said that? And here I thought it was supposed to the Liberals and Democrats who were chickenshit woosies.

If they haven't got the balls God gave Mr Coulter to stand up and say "This is NOT who we are or want to be associated with," and if the so-called self-named Christians in that Bizarro World community don't denounce BOTH Mr Coulter AND the Conservative Union, then they really need to learn how to exist without the rest of us paying their freight through their tax-exempt status.


So Anne Coulter said, in her defense, that "faggot" doesn't have ANYTHING to do with being Gay.
And it's NOT hate speech, but just a "provocative and outrageous" comment.

So if I said "Hey -- let's tie each one of Mr Coulter's skinny legs to a horse and whip them away in opposite directions, pulling him apart until his balls pop," would that be hate speech?

Nahhh, not even hateful.
Just provocative and outrageous.



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