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  1. What would you think about a sitting judge openly displaying Ann Coulter's books (several if not all) in chambers for all to see? (hearings are conducted there). Is it appropriate for a member of the judiciary to make their political ideals so apparent? They certainly didn't get on the shelves accidentally, so unless the judge flips through them after calendar, why keep them there?

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  2. GW -- it's what is inside that counts. Where does that leave Ann?

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  3. @4:40

    Are you trying to bring thoughtful content into my brain-dead internet meme? You're not going to get away with it!

    Seriously I think that sucks.

    @SFL

    An empty, cold vessel ready to be filled with whatever favorite flavor of hate the day demands?

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  4. Is

    That

    really

    the devil herself?

    -GB?

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  5. What I really want is props for my Princes Leia ref.

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  6. 4:40-- no different than a judge with a JFK book or RFK picture on the shelf. conservative judges have the right to follow an idiot like coulter too, if they want to. only shows their ignorance however.

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  7. Life. The meaning of life. The meaningless of life. Sex. Ethics. Power. You need to be reading the comments in Rumpole's blog. Happy Guy versus this female lawyer. Amazing discussion.

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  8. @4:49, RE: "Is that really
    the devil herself?"

    Actually that honorable title has been given to Anna Wintour.

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  9. Princess,

    I will admit it:

    I like a little Prada from time to time.

    -GB

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  10. 4:40, please identify the judge

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  11. Godwhacker,

    Below is the link to what is widely regarded as the seminal piece on Anne Coulter .

    - GB

    http://ifuckedanncoulterintheasshard.blogspot.com/2005/04/farmers-market-on-fairfax-and-3rd-is.html?m=1

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  13. Did you know his office is next to the court house?

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  14. @10:03am..... Brilliant

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  15. @ Geoffrey

    thank you sir!

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  16. GB, that link is terrible. Truly awful wonderful terrible.

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