Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Sue Myrick Loves her Some Ann Coulter

Over at BlueNC Gregflynn has a couple of posts up highlighting Sue Myrick's love for Ann Coulter. The first is Sue Myrick's Shrine to Ann Coulter.

I found Sue's blog last year, but haven't been back. I forgot about it in my zeal to keep Robin Hayes news front and center. Sues blog had a short life. She lacked consistency - a certain sticktuitiveness that blogging required. [In other words - you have to post more than five times in two years!]

Here are some comments from her introductory post:
Sue,you pledged that you would NOT vote for CAFTA. You signed your name to a letter to Pres. Bush stating that you were Not going to vote for CAFTA. You flat out lied to your constituents. You will not return phone calls or letters from me. My wife has worked in your office as a volunteer. We have supported you, since you got in office. This is how you treat people! Anyone reading this please go to amtacdc.org to see how Sue operarates. Sue you rank just above Mel Watt, when it comes to voting on trade issues. You are a disgrace to my district. I am very sorry I voted for someone as dishonest as yourself. Please resign and let someone honorable have your seat. Former supporter

Posted by: David Baldwin | Tuesday, June 28, 2005 at 08:03 PM

:::snip:::

Sue,

I would like to know what, other than 3.5% tax cut as proposed in HR 1769 (and how does that affect the 66% of corporations which did not have to pay taxes anyway due to other "tax cuts" for corporations, you propose to due about our jobs leaving our shores.

Posted by: Roger Lewis | Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at 02:44 PM
From Sue Myrick Runs Cable TV Show we get this comment:
I wonder if Sue will talk about how she voted for many of the spending increases congress has decided to pass along to future generations?

Posted by: Frank | Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 01:47 AM
From a post about Sue supporting fiscal responsibility we get:
Sue Myrick may support lowering taxes but that is because she wants to borrow money in lieu of taxes. Which is essentially a tax on my generation because the sytem is not equipped to handle that much debt. If you want government programs and a strong military than it is your responsibility to pay taxes for them. END OF STORY!
Every politician in Washington talks tough out of both sides of their mouth. Check out these quotes from her website http://www.payyourshare.blogspot.com/ and you will see where I am coming from.

Posted by: young_activist | Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 11:52 AM
Young Activist was 15 when she wrote this comment to Sue Myrick last year. In other words, we have 15 year olds in this country with more fiscal sense than Sue Myrick. She should be embarrassed.

In the comments of the final post, which is about meeting Sara Evans - it's a real issue oriented blog, folks - we have this award winner:
I would just like to thank you for selling out our state by voting for CAFTA. I did receive your email of explanation and, as far as I'm concerned, you are delusional if you think this bill is actually going to help our state.

As for your gubanatorial hopes, I think you might want to rethink that dream. I will be doing everything in my power to convince my friends to vote AGAINST you.

Posted by: Margaret Koonts | Saturday, August 06, 2005 at 04:21 AM
That's right folks. Sue breaks promises. She lies. She embraces homophobes like Ann Coulter.

And.......

She might just have some FEC financial reporting issues. Check out Gregflynn's latest post.

PS.....Don't worry about these blog pages and comments disappearing after the Myrick camp finds out we're enjoying them so much. We've archived them. They aren't going anywhere.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Nate said...

Don't be so hard on Ann, she's a delicate flower. A revealing look:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARY9ka2o2J4

(from Jesus's General)

4:23 PM, March 13, 2007  
Blogger B. Muse said...

I love Jesus's General. Thanks for the link.

6:11 PM, March 13, 2007  

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