Jersey girl widow's book

Two elected New Jersey Democrats, angry about Ann Coulter's characterizations of the Jersey Girls, are asking the booksellers in the Garden State not to stock Ann Coulter's new book, Godless: The Church of Liberalism.  Are they aware that one of the Jersey Girls widows, described at Amazon.com as 'one of the country's most outspoken activists and critics of the current administration,' has her own book coming out soon?  It's called Wake—Up Call : The Political Education of a 9/11 Widow.  The author is Kristin Breitwesier. 

Here's what Assemblywomen Joan Quigley and Linda Stender said in a press release on Friday: 

"Coulter's vicious characterizations and remarks are motivated by greed and her desire to sell books . . . She is a leech trying to turn a profit off perverting the suffering of others." 

Have these assemblywomen ever read Breitwesier's blog at the liberal Huffington Post website?  Breitwesier has attacked George W. Bush, Condi Rice and Rudy Guiliani, among others.  I wonder, did any of these 'vicious' attacks make it into Wake—Up Call? 

In order to take full advantage of the occasion, Breitwesier's book is scheduled for release in September; the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.  A subsequent book tour would enable Breitweser to bash Republicans all the way to the November elections.

When these four widows from New Jersey were named by Ms. Magazine 'Women of the Year' for 2004, it was for in part because Breitwesier 'shredded the government's lucky—terrorist theory by laying out facts and questions that would become a road map for future investigation.'  Lucky—terrorist theory? 

To expound on this further, here is a quote from another of the four widows, Lorie Van Auken, during an April 8, 2004 appearance on Hardball with Chris Matthews: 

'We also know that people stopped flying domestically.  Ashcroft stopped flying.  Pentagon officials stop flying the day before September 11.  They were warned not fly on September 11.  We think San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown was told not to fly.  That's all domestic.  You know, everybody keeps telling us how they were focused outward.'

By the way, if you somehow have never heard of the Jersey Girls before this controversy, please see the following as compiled by sourcewatch.org.

J. James Estrada

Two elected New Jersey Democrats, angry about Ann Coulter's characterizations of the Jersey Girls, are asking the booksellers in the Garden State not to stock Ann Coulter's new book, Godless: The Church of Liberalism.  Are they aware that one of the Jersey Girls widows, described at Amazon.com as 'one of the country's most outspoken activists and critics of the current administration,' has her own book coming out soon?  It's called Wake—Up Call : The Political Education of a 9/11 Widow.  The author is Kristin Breitwesier. 

Here's what Assemblywomen Joan Quigley and Linda Stender said in a press release on Friday: 

"Coulter's vicious characterizations and remarks are motivated by greed and her desire to sell books . . . She is a leech trying to turn a profit off perverting the suffering of others." 

Have these assemblywomen ever read Breitwesier's blog at the liberal Huffington Post website?  Breitwesier has attacked George W. Bush, Condi Rice and Rudy Guiliani, among others.  I wonder, did any of these 'vicious' attacks make it into Wake—Up Call? 

In order to take full advantage of the occasion, Breitwesier's book is scheduled for release in September; the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.  A subsequent book tour would enable Breitweser to bash Republicans all the way to the November elections.

When these four widows from New Jersey were named by Ms. Magazine 'Women of the Year' for 2004, it was for in part because Breitwesier 'shredded the government's lucky—terrorist theory by laying out facts and questions that would become a road map for future investigation.'  Lucky—terrorist theory? 

To expound on this further, here is a quote from another of the four widows, Lorie Van Auken, during an April 8, 2004 appearance on Hardball with Chris Matthews: 

'We also know that people stopped flying domestically.  Ashcroft stopped flying.  Pentagon officials stop flying the day before September 11.  They were warned not fly on September 11.  We think San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown was told not to fly.  That's all domestic.  You know, everybody keeps telling us how they were focused outward.'

By the way, if you somehow have never heard of the Jersey Girls before this controversy, please see the following as compiled by sourcewatch.org.

J. James Estrada