She also wrote, "I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much." "
She has always annoyed me, primarily because she is simply so mean. She can't have a debate without being dismissive of any opposing arguments. She trades in inflammatory statements and rhetoric. Now, though, I think she's crossed a line. In fact, I think she's gone so overboard that she'll hurt the conservative cause. Nevermind how wrong she is.
For a sample of the substance of her new book, here are her words:
The thesis of "Godless" is: Liberalism IS a religion. The liberal religion
has its own cosmology, its own explanation for why we are here, its own gods,
its own clergy. The basic tenet of liberalism is that nature is god and men are
monkeys. (Except not as pure-hearted as actual monkeys, who don't pollute, make
nukes or believe in God.)
Even the left's pretend-adoration of "free speech" (meaning: treason and pornography) must give way to speech that is
contrary to the tenets of the church of liberalism on the sacred grounds of a
Liberals believe in Darwinism as a matter of faith, despite the fact that,
at this point, the only thing that can be said for certain about Darwinism is
that it would take less time for (1) a single-celled organism to evolve into a
human being through mutation and natural selection than for (2) Darwinists to
admit they have no proof of (1).
What a nice lady, huh? Reasoned? No.