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1.0 out of 5 stars Coulter is a liberal disguised as a conservative, June 25, 2008
This review is from: If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans (Hardcover)
I used to think Coulter was a conservative. She isn't. Coulter endorsed for president Mitt Romney who illegally:

*instituted sodomy "marriage"(claiming the "court ordered him to do so" when in fact there was no "court order" nor could there be)

*established abortion with a 50 dollar co-pay as a "heatlhcare benefit"

*boosted funding for homosexual "education" starting in kindergarten

*forced Catholic Charities to place children with same sex couples (even though he was not legally obligated to

*forced Catholic Hospitals to issue abortion pills (again claiming he was "following the law" when in fact THERE WAS NO SUCH LAW.)

PROOF HERE [...]

Coulter was repeatedly shown this information and chose to WHITE-WASH it and continued to support Romney calling him "manifestly our best candidate."

Coulter is not an authentic conservative and never was. She is part of the Republican establishment with Limbaugh, Hannity, Ingraham, Medved, Hewitt, etc...who will do anything to sell books and get appearences on Faux News.

Wake up folks. Coulter is a total fraud. She is great at attempting to remove the speck of dust from her "brother's eye" but terrible at removing the "plank" from her own.
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Initial post: May 11, 2011 9:59:56 AM PDT
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (1) In May 2004 Romney instructed town clerks to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, but citing a 1913 law that barred out-of-state residents from getting married in Massachusetts if their union would be illegal in their home state,[62][63] no marriage licenses were to be issued to out-of-state same-sex couples not planning to move to Massachusetts. In June 2005, Romney abandoned his support for the compromise amendment, stating that the amendment confused voters who oppose both same-sex marriage and civil unions. Instead, Romney endorsed a petition effort led by the Coalition for Marriage & Family that would have banned same-sex marriage and made no provisions for civil unions.[64] In 2006 he urged the U.S. Senate to vote in favor of the Marriage Protection Amendment.[65][66]
and. (2) Kennedy and Romney supported the abortion rights established under Roe v. Wade, Kennedy accused Romney of being "multiple choice" on the issue, rather than "pro choice."[32] Romney is now pro-life and opposes Roe.[33]
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