alZarqawi and alCoulter

Any human who can calmly saw the head off another human without an ounce of blind rage in his hands is a psychopath. Take a psychopath, implant an ideology, give him a voice, let him gain power and you have a super-psychopath. Such was al-Zarqawi. The world is a better place when any super-psychopath is stopped. I only hope that along the way we haven't killed more innocent people than this monster could ever kill. My guess is the balance has already been tipped favorably.

Good riddance al-Zarqawi.Any human who can speak vilely of another human without an ounce of provocation from or knowledge of that person is a sociopath. Take a sociopath, implant an ideology, give her a voice, let her gain power and you have a super-sociopath. Such is Ann al-Coulter. The accusations in her new book and name-calling during her recent national TV promotional tour about the four 9/11 widows from New Jersey, are so hurtful, so thoughtless, so heartless as to make any possible point she was attempting to convey empty of worth. This world is a better place when any super-sociopath is stopped.

I only hope people will resist buying her books, resist giving her a platform, and resist listening to her hateful rants. In the absence of exiling her to some remote island, a good pie in the face is fair penalty (not that I'm suggesting anyone should do that).My guess is that will not happen; that is the resistance?the pie I have hope for.

And one reason it won't happen is the significance and overshadowing of al-Zarqawi's death. I guess the best friend of a super-sociopath is the timely death of a super-psychopath. Frankly, I wouldn't be shock if al-Coulter is privately a tiny bit grateful to al-Zarqawi for stealing the limelight. But given her proclivity to be outrageous, she will regain it soon enough.Oh well, only a public and private apology to those she attacked will get al-Coulter off the hook with me. And since that is never going to happen, I say, "Good riddance al-Coulter!".

.This article was written by Robert Crane. Author of "Still Living in the Sixties" and "The Single Adventure of Inlin Freebosh", Robert also writes a popular blog of casual observations and polical commentary, almost always unfair and never balanced, all of which can be freely read at his website located in the outer edges of the "internets":.

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