After comparing gays to KKK, WND's Farah denies making "rash charges"
WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah continues  his attacks on Ann Coulter -- Ann Coulter! -- for "weakening of the resolve within the conservative movement" by speaking at GOProud's Homocon event:
I am far from alone in viewing Coulter's acceptance of that high-profile speaking engagement as further evidence of a weakening of the resolve within the conservative movement in defending marriage, the integrity of the U.S. military and the First Amendment by embracing as allies those who attack all three of those institutions, while championing the false notion that Americans should be granted special privileges and protections based on the perverse sex acts they prefer.
Coulter's action cannot be judged in a moral and political vacuum. Same-sex marriage and open homosexuality in the military and hate-crimes legislation are all political realities that are being shoved down the throats of Americans against their expressed will. This is hardly the time to be singing Kumbaya with the radical advocates of those positions. They're winning. America is losing.
By the way, has anyone considered what Ann Coulter might have said to "Homocon" had her feathers not been ruffled by the accountability she received from me and WND?
Did you ever think you'd see the day when Ann Coulter was criticized for being insufficiently hardline?
Farah also claims that his previous criticism of Coulter came "without any invective, any rash charges or ad hominem attacks."
Oh, really? Last week, Farah suggested  that gays are worse than the Ku Klux Klan.