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    On this one I'd have to say Ann Coulter is wrong, however, the reason there are more missionaries going out to other countries of late is because America has made it far more harder to be a christian missionary here.....on the other what are the churches here really doing.....sometimes there is more church entertainment than actually going out and helping people and ministering to them and even making diciples.....
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    Ann Coulter is a prime example of why I am against the legalizing of drugs. Her brain has to be fried.
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    @Knightkore That's okay, the Koreans are picking up the slack and sending missionaries to the States. DC's in a pickle. If the government complains then it runs the risk of being called racists. My prediction? The Koreans will soon join the Whites for being classified as part of the majority and open to attack by the "liberally minded" politicians.
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    @Knightkore Why not just set a good example, instead of going door to door and annoying people? Why not feed the hungry and house the homeless? The reason that US style missionary work doesn't work is because US churches don't do enough of that. Example: Joel Osteen and Pat Robertson. Multi-millionaires who live lavishly and share nothing. That turns a lot of people off.
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    @Ryunkin Only if they try to force their religion on others, and then expect the US government to abide by its rules...
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    I still think she's doing this as satire like Colbert, but nobody has caught on and she continues because it makes her SO much money. Would she really be a friend to Bill Maher or vice versa?
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    @AceLuby I'm stunned to even partly agree with you. She always says over the top statements. Of course she knows exactly what she is doing and expects the exact reaction she gets. Most of the left misses her point.
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    Santa Claus sneaks into your house and invades your privacy.

    The Tooth Fairy is a pedophile.

    Cinderella was just a gold-digger, after the Prince's money.

    See? It's not too hard to be a professional negativist, but I wouldn't have thought anyone could make a living at it.
    If she can make a living off of it, it speaks very poorly of her audience.

    Coulter herself is a plague.
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    To be fair, Santa Clause is, objectively speaking, a blight upon society. He illegally steals all of his toy designs from popular brands, massively cutting into their profit margins, and owns a slave camp filled with people of a different race that work tirelessly year-round while he sits on his fat ass shoving his face with cookies. Seriously, have you ever wondered why all the elves are super skinny, while Santa's so fat? You can be damn sure they aren't being fed an overabundance of sweets.
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    Ann Coulter is just like one of those old Ed Sullivan acts that have one lone guy keeping all those plates spinning on top of the sticks. Ann will eventually just implode when she FINALLY says something so utterly inane that the top of her head blows off.

    Two minute "opinion" appearances on Hannity seem to be her last remaining "15 minutes of fame" refuge, not exactly a high bar of acheivement, these days.
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    Cincinnatus - Coulter is probably worse than Ebola. It appears they may be on the verge of a way to treat Ebola. No such luck with Coulter.
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    @Saving_USA - And he abuses his reindeer. Around the world in a night!? Call the ASPCA and PETA! Never mind. I hear Darrell Issa is launching an investigation. Something about Santa being unfair to 'bad kids'.
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    @Pr0-Lif3 look at them. Ann Coulter does bring out the best of the left! Look at them. They show us exactly what they are.
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    Ann kind of looks like Mary Magdalene. If she came to Colorado or Washington, I'm sure she'd have no problem finding someone to stone her like good christians do. If we're lucky, she might find a good christian who will let her find the rapture by burning her at the stake.
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    @4theFREE
    This ISN'T about politics. It IS about someone badmouthing a good samaritan, and doctor, who risked his life to aid people in need of medical assistance.
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    I've come to believe these pundits are entertainers. It is their job to be as outrageous as possible and keep emotions running high. It's how they make a living.

    I wish Americans would supporting these ass-clowns who makes millions by simply running their mouths hoping idiots will take them seriously.
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    "I've come to believe these pundits are entertainers. It is their job to be as outrageous as possible and keep emotions running high. It's how they make a living. "

    Really,"..come to believe..."?

    It should have taken you about two seconds to understand what these people are about.
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    PayThatCEO - I've just got to pile on with Cincinnatus on your "come to believe" statement.(I know you were really probably just being kind). Even my dog 'came to believe' after about ten seconds of listening to Coulter, and went back to something more intellectual..... Licking his butt.

    And since Coulter probably makes more than any of us spouting her drivel, who's really smarter?(LOL) You really hit the nail on the head.... Ignore her, and if we're lucky, she'll go away.
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    @Cincinnatus

    OK, wrong choice of words. Yes, it's obvious they are entertainers, but its hard to ascertain that when so many people hang on every word that comes out of their mouths as if it were gospel.
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    Probably the ONLY true thing from her statement, and this is being VERY generous, is that he could've done good in L.A. However, he IS still being a good Christian; doing what Jesus tells us Christians to do.

    Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, and so on.

    I think what Ann needs is the reminder from Jesus, Himself; "Before removing the speck from your neighbor's eye, first remove the log from yours."
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    The whole idea of doing good is completely perverted when it leads to passiveness in Africa. African doctors are pushed out by western doctors who provide medical services free of charge. This type of development aid should stop immediately, it's damaging !!!
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    @C_Lassico I don't know enough about Africa to comment, but as far as foreign aid, I think you're right. Why give all of this monetary aid to these dilapidated countries when we know the corrupt governments are just going to pocket it, and the people it's intended to help are never going to get it?
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    @Threeper301
    Indeed, developing countries have received western aid for some fifty years, and the results are simply zero. The beneficaries are the foreign dignitaries receiving the bribes and of course the aid workers receiving good salaries for their useless work. Economic or social results cannot be shown anywhere. It's a Christian idea to help the poor, and it only caters to the spiritual needs of the givers. What good or bad it does to the receivers seems irrelevant.
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    @C_Lassico Right. And I'm not saying that we shouldn't help other countries; I'm just saying there needs to be much closer monitoring and scrutiny of who we're giving our money to.

    Problem is, I can guarantee you that if we suddenly turn off the proverbial money spigot, all of a sudden they'll start threatening us with war like a bunch of spoiled children.
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    @Threeper301

    Hahaha ! You may be right. Of course, they can also be helped by giving them easier or preferential access to the US market. Sugar from Mozambique for example. It will hurt American producers to open up the market, but it will benefit US consumers to make the cheaper African product available to them.
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    As an atheist, I don't think she has a clue as to how a christian should act and do service to their savior. Also, she's still one fugly looking dude.
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    I screwed up....I should of have said I don't care about anything "the mouth" says. Why do we continue to give this despicable witch a platform?
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    Ahhhh yes.....Ann Coulter. He words are like a warm breeze across a landfill....but I dare say the landfill is less offensive, and probably smarter too.
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    @Wait-----what - You should like this... I was watching the news the other day and noticed in the scroll at the bottom of the screen "Doctor Who Survived Ebola" I'm sure there was more to that headline but I was laughing too hard to read it.
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    I would certainly hope he would. After all, he has survived everything else. If the Daleks cannot kill him, then ebola is no threat.

    Speaking of quirky coincidences, Peter Capaldi, the new Doctor, was in the movie World War Z. He was credited in the cast section under the title "W.H.O. Doctor". It almost seems like fate....
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    Idiotic! If we don't go to those disease ridden "cesspools" how can we ever get our hands on their massive wealth of natural resources, precious metals, oil, gas, etc. Going to Cedars Sinai Hospital will not lead to exploitation of Africa's resources, and would be a wasted endeavor.

    The Christian presence is very important on the dark continent to soften up the people and make them more willing to bend over.
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