Bernie Goldberg Slams Ann Coulter
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Thu Jul 20 08:17:40 MDT 2006
Ann Coulter, in addition to being a "hot moma," is usually "right on the
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>Subject: Re: Bernie Goldberg Slams Ann Coulter
>Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2006 11:54:27 -0700
>On the money, Jose. Although when it comes to music, I'd rather be bored
>than assulted and will strive to avoid both boredom and assult.
>Jose <jrojas at MINDSPRING.COM> wrote: Bernie Goldberg should read what Ann
>Coulter actually wrote. She never said
>that the Jersy girls were "the happiest widows in the world, or words to
>At least he agrees with the message.
>I wonder if all these people who agree with the message but not with how it
>is delivered only listen to one genre of music. There are so many ways to
>say things. This world would be boring if all we had to listen to was
>Country music or just rap.
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>Subject: Bernie Goldberg Slams Ann Coulter
>Reprinted from NewsMax.com
>Monday, July 17, 2006 3:54 p.m. EDT
>Bernie Goldberg Slams Ann Coulter
>Longtime CBS News reporter Bernard Goldberg had a lot to say about Ann
>Coulter - some of it negative - during a radio interview promoting his
>Goldberg's "100 People Who Are Screwing Up America (and Al Franken is #37)"
>was published last year, and an updated version - upping the list to "110
>People" - recently came out in paperback. The book takes to task Michael
>Moore, Ted Kennedy, David Duke, Michael Jackson, Jimmy Carter and an array
>of others on the American scene.
>Goldberg now says he made a "mistake" in not including Coulter as one of
>people "screwing up America."
>In a radio interview with David Goodman on 88.9 WERS-FM in Boston, Goldberg
>- now a correspondent with HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" - accused
>the conservative pundit of "crossing the line" by calling the so-called
>Jersey widows, who lost their husbands on 9/11, "the happiest widows in the
>world, or words to that effect."
>Goldberg, whose 2001 best seller "Bias" exposed liberal bias in the media,
>said such punditry by Coulter gives liberals a "big, fat stick to use over
>the heads of conservatives."
>But Goldberg admits he has no problem with Coulter's basic point. He told
>Goodman that the Jersey widows "became total political creatures and cut
>campaign commercials for John Kerry."
>Goldberg says his liberal friends continually ask him why he he did not
>include Ann Coulter, author of the best-selling book "Godless, The Church
>Liberalism," in his list of 100.
>His response: "I would say, because she makes me laugh.
>"And frankly, I agree with a lot of what she says, not the way she says it,
>but what she says."
>"Then [my] book comes out, and I spend a year with the hardcover, and now
>with you with the soft cover being asked the question you just asked. 'Why
>isn't she on the list?'
>After laughing off such complaints, Goldberg says he now believes Ann
>be on the list.
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