10.25.2012 09:39 PM

Read this

I’ve been hearing about this all day, and now I’ve finally read it.

You will remember it for a long time. I hope Ann Coulter does.

20 Comments

  1. deb s says:

    he is way smarter and way more compassionate then Ann Coulter will ever be!

  2. !o! says:

    Geez, people could learn a lot from that reply. Such class.

  3. MCBellecourt says:

    Read it yesterday. Whether he be mentally challenged or not, this was *the* best retort to an ignorant bigot I’ve read in a long, long time. Gotta hand it to John’s dad, too, it’s clear that Dad did a fine job of supporting John throughout the years and continues to support him 100%.

    Coulter is a very ugly woman from the inside out. Nice to see such “people” get theirs in such fine fashion.

  4. Susan MacIsaac says:

    My son Graham is intellectually challenged and he has taught our family and friends more about love and acceptance than I could ever express here. Community Living Toronto has launched a campaign to make people aware of how offensive the ‘R’ word is and the impact it has on individuals like my son. It is still used far too often in the media and in casual conversation.

    Ann Coulter reaches a lot of people. This is a golden opportunity for her to do the right thing by learning more about individuals like this young man John, and my son and finally, doing something meaningful in her life.

  5. Bruce A says:

    If that retort doesn’t put Princess Annie in her place, then nothing ever will. This is the sort of response that should be delivered to all the loons of the Crazy Right throughout North America, regardless of the issues they ‘comment’ on. If I had received one of those Diamond Jubilee Medals, I’d gladly give it to Mr. Stephens. Though I suspect that this dressing down will have no effect on her.

    • Outsider says:

      No, nothing ever will. The Ann Coulters, the Ezra Levants and all other, similar tear drinkers profit from publicity, revel in infamy, and consider their detractors intellectual inferiors to be ignored. They will get it only then they are getting none of that any more ….

  6. Ted H says:

    Ann Coulter is a disgusting rabble rouser, I doubt anything that speaks of humanity or common sense will ever get throught to her, it would be great if this man did, but I doubt it.

  7. Jon Evan says:

    The pot calling the kettle black! Obama’s use of his own personal attack on Romney labelling him with the derogatory “Romnesia” can be viewed as equally offensive by people with brain injuries suffering from various amnesias. I suspect that both Coulter and Obama view these remarks more innocently however as just an argumentum ad hominem argument meant to impart cognitive bias onto the audience. Character assassination works well in politics! Personally, I hate it and I think both Coulter and Obama should stop it.

  8. Reality.Bites says:

    Tell me Jon – does the friction burn from those straws you’re grasping at?

  9. Riaz Khan says:

    As a proud father of 4 years old autistic boy who has been called a retard by people in the mall, I had tears flowing in my eyes when I saw that. Ms. Coutler has every right to have her opinion about the President but this step by her is hurtful and below the belt. This letter show what a classy guy he is and what a shame Ms. Coutler is by hiding behind the noble idea idea of freedom of expression. When I read this letter, I kissed my boy for more than 5 minutes as he looked into my eyes with strange look while tears were in my eyes. My wife on the other hand had some other ideas as what she would do if she sees Ms. Coutler but I digress….

  10. Paul says:

    Pretty sure Obama once described his bowling ability like ‘someone from the special olympics’

    I don’t recall such shock and horror back then

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