Cognitive dissonance, anyone?
I thought this was rather funny:
COLMES: Now you say, for example, in “Rules to Talk to a Liberal” —
COULTER: Yes. Do you have — is this from the new paperback [edition of How to Talk To a Liberal (If You Must): The World According to Ann Coulter]?
COLMES: Yes. “Never compliment a Democrat.”
COULTER: Yes. That’s an important one.
COLMES: “Never show graciousness toward a Democrat.”
COLMES: “Never flatter a Democrat.”
COULTER: Yes. I know they sound similar, but they’re actually — there are distinctions.
COLMES: Now you’re also quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle yesterday —
COLMES: — in an article about Pat Tillman, who it is now said it was a Noam Chomsky fan, was going to vote for John Kerry, was against the war in Iraq. And you referred to him as “virtuous, pure, masculine like only an American male can be.” I wonder if you still would say those things, knowing now what we have learned about Pat Tillman. He was a John Kerry supporter.
COULTER: Did you get that from a document from CBS News?
COLMES: No, but that’s what you said, so I wondered if you would retract that, given what you say about liberals and Democrats.
COULTER: No. But I don’t believe it.
HANNITY: I don’t believe it either.
COLMES: He was going to meet Noam Chomsky when he — had he come back.
HANNITY: He signed up because of a desire to fight.
COLMES: Against Afghanistan, not Iraq. He was against Iraq.
COULTER: I really don’t believe that, and I think you got it from one of those documents Mary Mapes handed to Dan Rather.
COLMES: No, that’s not true.
Granted, it’s Coulter, but it’s still pretty funny.