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Ann “The Man” Coulter claims water-boarding is not a war crime


As usual Ann “The Man” Coulter displays her total contempt for the truth! In one of her recent columns titled “Watching MSNBC is torture,” she makes the following false statement (is there another kind for Ann the Man?), “Contrary to MSNBC hosts who are afraid of bugs, water and their own shadows, water-boarding was most definitely not a “war crime” for which the Japanese were prosecuted after World War II –no matter how many times Mrs. Jonathan Turley, professor of cooking at George Washington University, says so.”

All one need do to determine that Ann the Man is a damn liar that we did not criminally prosecute Japanese soldiers for water-boarding American and/or Allied troops is to perform a search on Google. In fact, the evidence is indisputable as reported by the Washington Post on Nov. 4, 2007 in a story titled: “Water-boarding used to be a crime” (http://tinyurl.com/22vvrc).
Ann the Man goes on spew forth the following obscenity, “Given what the Japanese did to prisoners, water-boarding would be a reward for good behavior.” Not only is Ann the Man a total idiot (my apologies to idiots), she also appears to be a practicing sadomasochist.
Some of Ann the Man’s detractors on the Internet refer to her as a “dumb bitch.” I agree; however, I refuse to engage in such name calling because to do so could be construed as defamation per se of respectable bitches.
Ann the Man went on to say, “The Japanese “water cure” was to “water-boarding” as practiced at Guantanamo what rape at knifepoint is to calling your secretary “honey.” I seriously doubt that any of the long-term prisoners at Guantanamo would even consider raping Ann the Man despite her fantasies to the contrary. In fact, I’m confident that Abdul would prefer having sex with fellow inmate Aludra - female name for virgin (Aludra’s real name is Anwar.
And lastly, I’d like to water-board Ann “The Man” Coulter but I don’t believe I could afford the cost to purchase a prophylactic that would assure me of the protection I would need when required to come into contact with the Man. To be fair to Ann the Man I suppose I could forgo use of a prophylactic if she were water-boarded as pictured below.
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