The theme of these books is obvious from the titles.
And in those heady days of conservative apotheosis, with sex scandals, stolen elections, terrorist attacks, unnecessary wars and liberalism on the run as never before, Coulter was the most deliciously vicious of all the haters.
Among her famous quotes of the era were:“We need to execute people like John Walker [Lindh] in order to physically intimidate liberals, by making them realize that they can be killed, too.
Presumably, Hurley (Jorge Garcia) accidentally disturbed the ash, allowing him to leave - but surely he was able to leave all the time, as we saw the monster on several occasions before then.
Maybe he was just pretending to be trapped and was just manipulating Locke to move the island in order to eventually kill Jacob.
Otherwise, they will turn out to be outright traitors,”“When I said we should ‘execute’ John Walker Lindh, I mis-spoke.
What I meant to say was ‘We should burn John Walker Lindh alive and televise it on prime-time network TV’.
Most of these questions can be answered with a response along the lines of 'it just is', or 'they just do'.
While some may be able to accept this and move on, others want some friggin' answers, as Hurley once said. For ages, the only thing we knew about Jacob was his cabin in the woods.
'What I wanted originally was six kids,' she told Ocean Drive magazine in January.