I absolutely agree with Alicat.
I'm not going to say much here, since I know very well of the long list of controversial things Coulter has said in her books and as a frequent cable news personality, but I mean I just simply find that comment ignorant in the fact that after 9/11, New Yorkers did anything BUT retreat. There was a great moment of silence, many tears were wept and warm hugs we're given, but then, they stood up together, gathered on the streets, united with their neighbors once again. We were all together again. And, yes, in New York just like everywhere a vast majority believed we should take action against those responsible for the tragedy.
Also, I would like to see Cindy Sheehan tour the south, and believe she should. It would make her message feel more inclusive. I don't know why Coulter is strongly urging here to tour down there, if she has some intent or not should she do so, but believe it would be wise for Sheehan to tour all across the heartland.
"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other"