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CMN 3105 Lecture #6.docx

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Communication
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CMN3105
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Stuart Chambers

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CMN 3105: Lecture #6  Sept 26 2013  Ann coulter is the master of marketing.  She has mastered the art of ad hominem attack ands personal attacks­ everyone believes her because  they cannot stop long enough to step back and realize what she is saying.  She says it with such confidence that is why people believe her▯ she facades what she is actually trying to  say.  You cannot beat a sophist that has no shame.  She is on the side of a neoconservative approach She plays the victim card  New York Times is too liberal according to Ann­­:> it is too elitist to understand the needs of the average  Joe or the interests of the common folk or working class­ as if Ann Coulter can relate to the common folk  making millions… She wants readers to believe that the Times is a racist newspaper and by association so are liberals who  read it.  Taken together, they are intentionally fabrications with a single purpose: They help draw neoconservatives  and Tea Party Republicans into a false polemic, that being that somehow Republicans and Democrats have  nothing in common in terms of values or interests and could never relate to one another. Ann Coulter hopes to polarize America.  It is important to understand Ann Coulter’s intense hatred towards the New York Times.  Coulter also contribute to the polemic surrounding Islam­ she cant stand Muslims.  She claims that even Islamic terrorists don’t hate America like liberals do. Neoconservative­ is the ratings that matter because clearly the t
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