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If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

by Ann Coulter

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Why on earth does this woman even bother to write? What a squander of valuable print. ( )
1 vote Praj05 | Apr 5, 2013 |
I dare you to read this one!
This is one of those books you could nearly read in an afternoon. Ann takes you through some of her best work in a topical fashion. She is one of the best at quick-witted one liners that make the left (and sometimes the right) squirm but you will more often than not agree with her sentiment.
There is a lack of substance in this book however since it goes through her best work rather than take on an issue with renewed vigilance but I can wait for the next book (or interview) to see her do that.
I dare you to read this one! :D ( )
  gopfolk | Aug 26, 2011 |
I felt a little cheated that so much of this content has been published in Ann's earlier books and articles. It was all familiar to me and not a lot struck me as new. Still, it's a good read and the content is worth re-reading. ( )
  dsullivan800 | Sep 29, 2008 |
Very much a collection of quotes from the newspapers, columns, etc on a variety of issues. While humorous at times, I do wish she had provided her own ideas of what a practical solution would've been instead of what the Democrats were coming up with. I can see where some of her comments could be taken out of context, but most of the time, she was spot-on in her assessments. ( )
  NemesisClaws | Apr 13, 2008 |
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THE TRUTHN
CANNOT BE
DELIVERED
WITH
NOVOCAINE

- ANN COULTER
Hannity & Colmes,
6-7-06
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EFFIE TEN EYCK VAN VARICK
(1718-1782)
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Uttering lines that send liberals into paroxysms of rage, otherwise know as "citing facts," is the spice of life.
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A collection of quotes from Coulter's previous work, plus a little write up at the beginning of each chapter.
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“Uttering lines that send liberals into paroxysms of rage, otherwise known as ‘citing facts,’ is the spice of life. When I see the hot spittle flying from their mouths and the veins bulging and pulsing above their eyes, well, that’s when I feel truly alive.”

So begins If Democrats Had Any Brains, They’d Be Republicans, Ann Coulter’s funniest, most devastating, and, yes, most outrageous book to date.

Coulter has become the brightest star in the conservative firmament thanks to her razor-sharp reasoning and biting wit. Of course, practically any time she opens her mouth, liberal elites denounce Ann, insisting that “She’s gone too far!” and hopefully predicting that this time it will bring a crashing end to her career.

Now you can read all the quotes that have so outraged her enemies and so delighted her legions of fans. More than just the definitive collection of Coulterisms, If Democrats Had Any Brains, They’d Be Republicans includes dozens of brand-new commentaries written by Coulter and hundreds of never-before-published quotations. This is Ann at her best, covering every topic from A to Z. Here you’ll read Coulter’s take on:

• Her politics: “As far as I’m concerned, I’m a middle-of-the-road moderate and the rest of you are crazy.”
• Hillary Clinton: “Hillary wants to be the first woman president, which would also make her the first woman in a Clinton administration to sit behind the desk in the Oval Office instead of under it.”
• The environment: “God gave us the earth. We have dominion over the plants, the animals, the trees. God said, ‘Earth is yours. Take it. Rape it. It’s yours.’”
• Religion: “It’s become increasingly difficult to distinguish the pronouncements of the Episcopal Church from the latest Madonna video.”
• Global warming: “The temperature of the planet has increased about one degree Fahrenheit in the last century. So imagine a summer afternoon when it’s 63 degrees and the next thing you know it’s . . . 64 degrees. Ahhhh!!!! Run for your lives, everybody! Women and children first!”
• Gun control: “Mass murderers apparently can’t read, since they are constantly shooting up ‘gun-free zones.’”
• Bill Clinton: “Bill Clinton’s library is the first one to ever feature an Adults Only section.”
• Illegal aliens: “I am the illegal alien of commentary. I will do the jokes that no one else will do.”

If Democrats Had Any Brains, They’d Be Republicans is a must-have for anyone who loves (or loves to hate) Ann Coulter.

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A compilation of hundreds of quotations by the controversial conservative spokesperson offers observations on Democrats, dating, environmentalism, religion, evolution, Reagan, terrorism, television, and hundreds of other topics.

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