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Coulter Goes To Rehab – Therapist’s Notes

From Rob Long of National Review, via Ann Coulter’s website:


THERAPIST’S NOTES — PATIENT: COULTER, ANN

March 21, 2007

By Rob Long

THERAPIST’S NOTES
COURT-ORDERED REHABILITATION FOR HATE SPEECH
PATIENT: COULTER, ANN

First Session:

The patient arrives on time, displays pleasant and agreeable affect. She is charming and complimentary about therapist’s office, calling it cozy.

She asks if the therapist decorated it himself, and when told that he didn’t, remarks that she should have known as he doesn’t seem gay.

Therapist asks why patient instantly assumes that interior decorators are invariably gay.

Patient apologizes for the stereotyped response. “I guess this is why I’m here,” she says with great sincerity.

“I need to learn how to better express myself. I need to learn to stop saying things that upset so many people, to stop saying such hurtful things, using such hateful language. This is going to be a difficult and painful journey for me, I know. But together, I hope we can get to the bottom of it.”

Therapist compliments patient on her positive attitude. Patient and therapist share a healing hug.

“So let me rephrase my statement, if that’s okay,” patient says. “All interior decorators are not gay — only the good ones are.”

Patient then bursts out into gales of laughter, points at therapist, and shouts “PSYCH!”

No progress during this session…

There is more innocent merriment at the link.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, March 21st, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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