Here is what Ann Coulter thought of the third presidential debate. She tweeted, "I highly approve of Romney's decision to be kind and gentle to the retard."
More than just a few people became angry about this. Not because her spin on the debate was a desperate excuse for her boy's poor showing, but because she used the hateful word "retard."
In fact John Stephens, a Special Olympian with Down syndrome wrote her an open letter that said, "You aren't dumb and you aren't shallow. So why are you continually using the "R" word as an insult. No one overcomes more than we do and still loves life so much. Come join us some day at the Special Olympics. See if you can walk away with your heart unchanged."
Obviously young Mr. Stephens is a deeply intelligent, kind, and loving human being. Unfortunately he is benignly naive. First he is wrong about Ms. Coulter not being dumb and shallow. She can string some words together, most of them vile and filled with crude lies and everything she does is calculated to draw attention to herself. Those are pretty much the definitions of dumb and shallow. He also assumes she has a heart, which of course, she doesn't.
John, you aren't dealing with a fellow, thinking, human being here. Oh, she looks vaguely human in an anorexic, vampiric, sort of way and I assume she sleeps like we do. I'm not sure what she eats however, probably body parts gleaned from local morgues, but it is okay because all the evidence indicates she sticks her finger down her throat after every feeding.
Ms. Coulter didn't take long to prove my theories regarding her mental and physical beings. Her response to the outrage and criticisms of her original statement was another tweet. It read, "The only people who will be offended are too retarded to understand it."
And there you have it. Next stop for Ms. Coulter is the "N" word, one she has probably used in private multiple times when referring to the president of the United States.
Elsewhere, in Indiana republican senate candidate, Richard Mourdock had this to say when it came to abortion. "I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is a gift from God and I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape that it is something God intended to happen."
Rapists everywhere rejoice! You have just been given an excuse and a defense by brother Mourdock. All you have to say now is that God intended it to happen. Luckily for the rest of us the senator wanna be won't be on the bench or in the jury box when that ungainly plea is made.
Obviously Mr. Mourdock is at odds with fellow republican senate candidate, Todd Akin. Mr. Akin, of Missouri, is the grotesque clown who claims that in case of "legitimate rape" women's bodies have defense mechanisms that prevent pregnancies. Well perhaps Mourdock was referencing illegitimate rapes. One can never be too sure when these eloquent statesmen go off on issues of reproduction, God's greater plan, and women's health.
Mitt Romney's campaign quickly distanced themselves from ol' Mourdock just as they did from Akin. Yes, Mitt, you can run but you can't hide. You've endorsed this loon and in fact cut a TV ad for him. You can say you disagree with him, but there is your mug on television urging Indianans to vote for him. Now tell me again why you think you are trailing the president among women voters.
These are the monsters that are haunting the halls of the republican party. They're the people Mitt Romney is going to have to count on for support if he moves into the white house and they are elected to the senate. They're going to be his partners in governing America. They are going to help confirm or deny seats on the supreme court and federal judge ships throughout the land. All the while Ann Coulter will be leading cheers on the sideline.
Even as I type, Richard Mourdock is claiming his words were "twisted and taken out of context." Right. Well you have to say something when your shit blows back in your face don't you.
Welcome to the tea party dominated GOP. Or as I like to refer to it, the "Chock Full 'o Nuts" party. I'd ask where they find all these rabid hyenas, but I'm afraid they'd tell me right next door. And, frighteningly, they would probably be right.