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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

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Sean Penn plays with dolls.

MOVIE STARS. Life in these United States is sure amazing. Today, there's a report from ContactMusic.com that Sean Penn works out his political frustrations in a rather unusual way:

Hollywood activist SEAN PENN has a plastic doll of conservative US columnist ANN COULTER that he likes to abuse when angry. The Oscar-winner actor has hated Coulter ever since she blacklisted his director father LEO PENN in her book TREASON. And he takes out his frustrations with Coulter, who is a best-selling author, lawyer and television pundit, on the Barble-like doll. In an interview with The New Yorker magazine, Penn reveals, "We violate her. There are cigarette burns in some funny places. She's a pure snake-oil salesman. She doesn't believe a word she says."

More than little creepy, eh? But the last two sentences of the article clear everything up. If you're a highly moral liberal, the right way to treat people you believe to be insincere is to perform ritual torture on their effigies. Uh huh. Is this what we're supposed to consider enlightened tolerance on the part of the elite left? Yeah, probably.

Of course, Sean Penn's roots aren't really liberal. They're communist. His father, Leo Penn, was a member of the American Communist Party that has long been proven -- by Soviet records -- to be an agent of direct sedition and treason against the United States on behalf of Stalin. For what the Stalinists thought about tolerance vs. torture, look here.

Ann Coulter's apparent crime against nature was to remember Leo Penn's career and document it. That's not snake oil. It's merely a reminder of the kinds of things self-professed liberals are capable of doing in the name of ideology. Perhaps she shouldn't have mentioned it. After all, Sean has been giving us plenty of reminders of his own since 9/11. Like father, like son, right? Leo would have probably have known what to do with an Ann Coulter doll, too, in his heyday.

Regardless, it does seem that Sean needs some advice. Beating up dolls may incline one to think that there are no consequences for this kind of behavior. This may not be true with respect to Ann Coulter. She's at least as mean as the jolly fellows who write South Park, and look what they did to Isaac Hayes when he left the show. Even images and effigies have been known to fight back.


Violation? Cigarette burns in funny places? Sounds like a liberal...

Worse, there's more to Ann Coulter than a 12-inch talking doll. Take our word for it.


Put away the doll, Sean, and face the real deal.








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