July 10, 2014

Coulter to Mississippi primary voters: just shut up and take it, wingnuts

Sure, she tries to sugar coat it with some concern trolling — the typical cant from GOP establishment humpers is laced through her disingenuous prose like bunting, with the hope that we’ll feel shame for our lack of party loyalty — but the message is pretty clear:  if you are a GOP primary voter from Mississippi who will receive for your party loyalty a candidate who won with Democrat votes and who used the most odious, race-baiting tactics imaginable to do so, leaving you unrepresented (or, if you prefer, represented by a Republican who ran on incumbency and a Democrat platform), and you are a “sore loser” about it, you’re hurting the Party, and the chance to take back the Senate.

Writes Coulter (who, you’ll recall, was a Christie booster before she found in Romney more conservatism than Reagan ever showed, evidence, I assert, that some of whatever Bill Maher jammed into her literally stuck):

Chris McDaniel, candidate for the U.S. Senate from Mississippi, lost the Republican runoff to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran last month, and now he is being led down a primrose path to political oblivion. McDaniel’s passionate supporters think that a moment of crisis for the country is a good time to treat control of the Senate as if it’s a prom queen election.

Hoping for yet a third primary vote, McDaniel’s crew is going to prevent him from having any political career, ever again.

Observe that no one is asking Al Gore to run again, except maybe his cardiologist. Even in cases of actual vote fraud, history shows that the contesting politicians get branded as sore losers and destroy their political careers. Better to be magnanimous and live to fight another day.

Actually, Ann, if the GOP establishment thought the country was in crisis they would be cutting off funding to the EPA, blocking Obama at every turn, and making things generally miserable for the Left.  They aren’t.  Instead, they are at war with their base, and have repeatedly, in the House, used the votes of Democrats to get things passed that the base doesn’t support.

In actuality — and of course you know this — the only people doing anything to try to protect our dwindling liberties and moribund Constitution are the very people you sneer are treating their sovereignty and the integrity of representative government as if it’s a “prom queen election.”  Sorry, but that already took place, and we got Lindsey Graham again. Naturally.

So let me put this bluntly:  Fuck the “party”.  If it doesn’t represent you, why would you show it any loyalty?  To keep the Democrats out of power?  Hell, the “party” establishment is literally working with the Democrats to make sure the entire demographics of the country move forever toward a permanent welfare state, so that the GOP can slide leftward and pit themselves as better,  more efficient technocrats than the New Left running the Democrat party.

In both scenarios you’re left with statist cronies and a permanent ruling elite whose sole purpose is to change you into subjects and then rape you of your money, property, and liberty.  Some of us aren’t okay with that.

So cut the bullshit.  We’re on to you.  Time to leave the stage, and take Romney, Rove, Christie, Jeb, and the rest of the entrenched club members with you.

It’ll be the first positive thing you’ve done for your target audience in quite some time.

(h/t EBL)

Posted by Jeff G. @ 2:19pm

Comments (24)

  1. The self-same crude surrender message is crystallized in the current chant of the conventional wisdom against even the consideration of impeachment, nevermind arguing for the remedy as the primary guard against a theft of our former republican political regime. The conventioneers have called it quits with the Constitution, it’s over so far as they’re concerned. No political breath need be wasted on the old rag of empty parchment. Leave it dead wherever it went. Now shut your yap.

  2. Ann’s always been an Establican. Go write another book and shut up.

  3. I was never put off by Ann’s confrontational style nor her rudeness, but she definitely loses me with the Establican cheerleading.


  4. Cling to your big fat dishonest loser Ann. No one is listening to you anymore. Probably not even Christie. You’re so 2006 dear.

  5. Ann’s showing her age, too.

    Katie Pavlich is the future.

  6. So let me put this bluntly: Fuck the “party”.

    At this juncture in the history of the party, that’s beginning to look a bit like a prescription to commit an act of necrophilia.

  7. What are they going to do if he doesn’t? Screw him out of a nomination?

  8. How little pressure is needed for the masks to slip free and the Whigs to once again embrace their slavemaster-class lordlings.

  9. I was never put off by Ann’s confrontational style nor her rudeness, but she definitely loses me with the Establican cheerleading.

    It does make one wonder which is the real Ann Coulter.

  10. It’s finally become obvious to me that Coulter is nothing but a huckster, a grifter, who has fed off conservative and Classical Liberal hopes and fears for nearly two decades.

    I’m being kind above, because that just puts her in the Criminal Class.

    If she’s not a huckster and, therefore, she really believes what she says, then she is deluded harridan Quisling. A Loyalist rat.

  11. Ann’s always been an Establican. Go write another book and shut up.

    Has she piled up enough columns for a new book already?

  12. She’s crapped on her own brand, that’s for sure.

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  14. Cochran is senile and he says it’s racist to oppose America’s transition to a food stamp culture.

    I think the Mississippi people would be better off voting for his conservative democratic opponent Mr. Childers.

  15. leigh,

    Ann’s always been an Establican. Go write another book and shut up.

    She has a power fetish and always has. I thought it was obvious.

    Those is power want/need to destroy conservatism at this point in time, so…

  16. Ann lost me years ago, Norman.

    She’s one of the old school Connecticut lock-jaw Repubs. More country club than love of country.

  17. Report: Democrats To Use Thad Cochran’s Mississippi Strategy In all 50 States – To Avoid Mid-Term Losses…

    IF the plan is to rerun excerpts from Thad Cochran’s ads to prove the conservative/tea-party Republicans are out to get the darkies, it just might work.

    Especially if the Republican candidate accepts the implied invitation to reject his/her raciss/sexiss/bigoted/homophobe base.

  18. And many Repubs will embrace the Leftist Narrative, Ernst, just like the good Quisling Loyalists they are.

    We need Zombie Andrew Breitbart to dope-slap ’em.

  19. I don’t normally agree with Andrew #TheBearIsLoose Sullivan, but he said Ann Coulter was a female impersonator years ago (which explains the Bill Maher thing she had).

  20. Bill Maher’s a male impersonator, then?

    Makes sense to me.

  21. Personally, I think the “female impersonator” stuff is distasteful, the sort of identity-politics smear that even the Left ought to be ashamed of.

    C.S. Lewis wrote, “Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point.”

    I think it’s no virtue to pretend to be conservative only when it’s convenient — to ridicule statist Democrats in order to sell books, but to prove yourself a stooge of the statist Republican leadership whenever they’re threatened by the conservative base. Ann Coulter embarrassed herself with that “Three Cheers for Romneycare” article, and she’s done so again here.

    If you’re an undecided, a so-called moderate, a Reagan Democrat, or some other type of lo-‘fo voter, we should take your support when we can get it, but if you presume to be one of our leading pundits, we can AND SHOULD demand far more than that and far better than that.

    I would ask Coulter, if not now, when? The Leftists in the commanding heights of most of our institutions are ensuring that we won’t be short of crises anytime soon, so she’s arguing for our perpetual surrender to a party leadership that has proven (to riff on how Steyn has put it, re: American foreign policy) harmless to our opponents and treacherous to the base.

    And in the meantime, if we don’t punish the treacherous cretins for smearing us and our beliefs as, respectively, racist and heartless, we’re just encouraging them to do it over and over again, enlisting Democrats to overwhelm the base to secure their junior position in Leviathan, Inc.

    I hope it’s possible for McDaniel to run on a write-in campaign, with the support of real conservatives like Mark Levin. This whole sordid affair has been useful in shining a light on who the traitors are, and that light needs to shine brighter and longer.

    Pundits and politicians who presume to stand on the right must be called to answer whether they would support McDaniel as a write-in: those who don’t ought to be written off as more faithful to a faithless leadership than to our principles.