Friday, August 1, 2014

Netanyahu Floats Ann Coulter's Boat

By Chris Rossini

File under: Disgusting.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter wants the United States to follow Israel’s lead and take a tougher stance on border control, saying, “We need a Netanyahu here.”

“We are being invaded, and I just wish people would talk about our border…the way we talk about Israel’s border,” Coulter said Thursday on Fox News’ “Hannity.”
So scores of innocent civilians, being picked off "like fish in a barrel," is what's desperately needed here in the Good 'Ole US of A!

Netanyahu found his way into Coulter's frigid cold heart.

"We are being invaded," she cries!

By children!

Get Lockheed on the phone, we need some missiles!

This whole debacle shines a bright light on the ridiculousness of arbitrary state-imposed "borders". In a private property society this garbage would be nonexistent. One can freely travel onto the private property of others, as long as the owner of the property approves.

Is Conservative Coulter afraid that the children will abuse government programs?

Those government programs are the real invasion!

Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter.


  1. Was this written for Jeff Tucker's site and wound up here?

    Ann is just making the observation that the Israeili Firsters (see John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Bill Kristol) don't care about the invasion on the Southern border. Repeating lies from the press and Glenn Beck that we should "have a heart" and hand out teddy bears will only encourage the human traffickers, as any libertarian knows.

    1. Ann Coulter just wants all brown people dead, be they Hispanics or Arabs. Providing non-government charity to refugees is an anti-libertarian position? Should the state shut down the Catholic charities providing services to these kids?

  2. I agree that no tax-payer dime should be spent on these kids. It all comes down to property rights. Catholic charities are asking for a network of shelters and foster homes to take these kids in. It is an anti-libertarian arguement to say the state should prevent a property owner, such as a foster home, from taking these kids in.

    1. No tax payer dime, but you support Catholic Charities making a few thousand per "refugee"?

      Do you always lie this much?

    2. Ha! Before resorting to ad hominem attacks, it would be nice if you would back up your claims or at least put them in context. Catholic charities are making a few thousand per refugee from the government? Is that your claim? Source please? Also, Ann Coulter hates libertarians ( and pines for a president of the United States willing to callously murder innocent children:

      "I mean, yes, sometimes Palestinian kids get killed. That's because they are associated with a terrorist organization that is harming Israel. And Netanyahu doesn't care what the religious leaders say weeping about Palestinian children. He doesn't care what the U.N. says. He doesn't care what the media says. We are a country. We have borders. And Netanyahu enforces them. Why can't we do that in America? " (


      You opened with Ann Coulter hates all brown people, and then add Coulter hates libertarians, when all she did was call a certain segment around Rand Paul and Students for Liberties, pussies. Bob Wenzel does pretty much the same--does he hate libertarians?

      And you apparently haven't spent a few minutes on the immigration scam these churches--covering every mainline faith--run for hard money in the human trafficking business.

  3. ( ) July 2014
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    In the Rio Grande area where most of the migrants are crossing the border, the number of so-called “unaccompanied children” was actually outnumbered by the inflow by adults, parents and children in “family units,” according to the data.

    The much-faster growth in “family units” has been hidden by White House and agency officials, who have tried to portray the influx as a wave of children fleeing abuse and violence.
    === ===

  4. I remember that "invasion" of all those Europeans in the 19th century, what a dark time it was.

    The welfare state is the problem, not open borders.

  5. At the moment we have a immigration policy that makes many immigrants virtual wards of the state. That is why there has to be immigration restrictions. Social and cultural issues can come into play here as well. Immigration of Albanians into Kosovo didn't work out so well for the Serbs.