Paperback: 496 pages
Publisher: Crown Forum; Reprint edition (September 27, 2005)
ISBN-10: 1400054192 (audio)
ISBN-13: 978-1400054190 (hardback)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 1 x 8 inches
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CAUTION: You're about to enter the world of Ann Coulter How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must), the instant New York Times bestseller, shows why Ann Coulter has become the most recognized - and controversial-conservative intellectual in years.
Coulter ranges far and wide in this powerful and entertaining book, which draws on her weekly columns. No subject is off-limits, no comment left unsaid.
She even includes a special chapter featuring the pieces that squeamish editors refused to publish - "what you could have read if you lived in a free country."
In How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must) - which features a brand-new chapter special to the paperback edition-Coulter offers her unvarnished take on:
The essence of being a liberal: "The absolute conviction that there is one set of rules for you, and another, completely different set of rules for everyone else."
Her 9/11 comments: "I am often asked if I still think we should invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity. The answer is: Now more than ever!"
The state of the Democratic Party: "Teddy Kennedy crawls out of Boston Harbor with a quart of Scotch in one pocket and a pair of pantyhose in the other, and Democrats hail him as
their party's spiritual leader."
The "Treason Lobby": "Want to make liberals angry? Defend the United States."
How far the Left has sunk: "Liberals have been completely intellectually vanquished. Actually, they lost the war of ideas long ago. It's just that now their defeat is so obvious,
even they've noticed."
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