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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Coulter's Take on Super Tuesday

Have you read Ann Coulter this week? I love her articles, as you probably know by now. I've just got to share the highlights with you, starting with the title: Romney Campaign Dragged Down by Huge Haul of Delegates. Hehehe! Trust her to cut through media bias every time. Now for a smattering of quotes:

"Mitt Romney won more than twice as many delegates on Super Tuesday as Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum. The Non-Fox Media's take-away is that Romney suffered a major setback Tuesday night."


"To explain the widening gulf in delegates won by Romney compared to the others -- he now has more delegates than all other candidates combined -- the media claim that a vote for any candidate other than Romney is an explicit vote against Romney."


"Reagan didn't beat Carter by calling him a "radical," a "socialist," a "Kenyan colonialist" or a "fake Christian." Part of being smart enough to be president is being smart enough to know how to win. Presidential candidates: Leave the name-calling to professionals. 

"He didn't do it by running as a Christian warrior, though he was certainly a Christian. He didn't prattle about contraception and stay-at-home mothers. And to the best of my recollection, Reagan never proposed colonizing the moon. 

"Reagan beat the odds and took out an incumbent by waging a charm campaign to win over independents, moderates and undecideds."

"For Evangelicals concerned about a Mormon president -- or any Christians still trying to make sense of the Carter presidency -- recall that Martin Luther said he'd rather be governed by a smart Turk than a dumb Christian." 

Head on over and read the entirety!  
In other media trouncing news, the Obama team has released greatly misleading jobs numbers today. You can read more about that here at Rush.

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