Ann Coulter rips, well, everybody. And does it really well

We could like Ann Coulter a little more if she’d just stop waffling.

We don’t agree with everything she has to say, especially concerning primarying liberal Republicans. We absolutely agree that Christine O’Donnell and Todd Akin were complete and total idiots. A case can be made for O’Donnell – not here – and no case can be made for Todd Akin.

Back to Ann. With respect to Wendy Davis, President Obama, and ObamaCare, she’s hammering the nail right on the head.


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  • Paul Hooson

    I once heard someone refer to Ann Coulter as “Satan’s Barbie Doll” because of her caustic personality. But, I felt that was unfair. There was a gay customer for my store that used to dress in drag all in black with extreme high heels, standing almost seven feet tall in these heels with his face all tattooed and pierced. He looked like “Satan’s Barbie Doll”. Ann is just weak runner-up compared to this, even on her most nasty day of kicking crutches out from under disabled persons. I think Ann just needs to get laid myself. There’s a lot of pent-up sexual frustration there with her….

  • fustian24

    I didn’t think anything she said in this segment was that caustic.

    I thought most of it made perfect sense.

  • LiberalNightmare

    She is half-right.
    Obama care wont be repealed without republicans.
    The problem is, we cant really trust the republicans to repeal it either.

    She can piss and moan about O’Donnell and Akin as much as she wants.
    She isnt convincing me that the Boehners and McConnels will do the job.

  • jim_m

    The left may finally be admitting that obamacare is a mess but that does not mean that they want anything different. No one on eht left is saying to repeal it. The very best you will ever get from these control freaks is that we should try to tinker with it in small increments in hopes that we might make it acceptable.

    Never will they admit that the whole premise is bogus.

    • It’s not bogus. It’s perfectly understandable from a controlling point of view. Get people to accept a minimal standard of care by eliminating all other options – and you’ll lock them into dependence on what you provide.
      As the saying goes – get them by the balls, and their hearts and minds will follow.

      What Washington wants (and from the actions of the Republican ‘leadership’ it’s fairly clear they want that also) is a two-tier society.

      There’s the elite, who go to the ‘right’ schools, know the ‘right’ people, and get the ‘right’ internships to propel their careers. The Kennedys, the Clintons, the long-term political families with several generations inside the Beltway. I don’t include the Bush clan here – they’re ALMOST elite, at best. And I don’t include Obama – that sucker’s as disposable as a used Kleenex at Paul’s club.

      And there’s everyone else. If you think you’re of the ‘elite’ because of your righteous and proper beliefs, you’re wrong – if you aren’t of the political elite, you’re as disposable as the rest of us… no matter how useful you’ve been.

      • jim_m

        I should clarify: The premise that obamacare is about helping people, helping the nation or even insuring the uninsured is bogus. obamacare fails on all of these counts, all of which were given as reasons that we MUST pass it into law.

        • Well, of course THAT part was bogus – anyone with half a brain could figure it was, if not an outright lie, a calculated ploy that wouldn’t ever deliver what was promised.

          It SOUNDED good, that was the important thing, and it got the usual useful idiots out to vote. THAT part of it was massively successful. And by smashing apart the somewhat working existing system, it has established itself as a potential ‘best remaining option’ – other than ‘single payer’, and given the massive fuckup with Obamacare I don’t think people are going to support any mass change to any single payer plan.

          Get people by the balls, and their hearts and minds will follow… for a while.

          • jim_m

            That’s the point. It was a calculated lie but plenty of idiots still believe it to be true.

          • They’re learning, though. It’s sinking through slowly, but they’re learning.

          • jim_m

            You’re far more optimistic about the intelligence of lefties than I am.

          • It isn’t their intelligence, it’s their instinct for survival. Sure, you can persuade yourself that someone else needs to put their hand into a running garbage disposal for ‘the good of all’ but you’ll fight like hell to keep your own hand intact once you’ve had your fingertips shredded. And a lot of them (like the folks who were all for Obamacare until they found out THEY were going to have to pay more) are feeling the blades.

            Pain’s a great teacher. And the lesson is unfortunately going to be costly for us all.

          • Michael Becker

            Heh. I don’t know that they believe it to be true so much as they just don’t care.

          • jim_m

            I think you are right there. Idiots like Bruce know that obamacare doesn’t do what it was sold to be but they don;t care either because once more their agenda has been advanced and they are unconcerned about whatever means are used to advance that agenda.

    • Michael Becker

      Absolutely right Jim. The left is all about C.O.N.T.R.O.L. And, frankly the establishment wing of the Republican Party walks in lockstep with them on that.

  • Peter Castle

    It is columns like this which cause some people to regard her as The Beauty of Conservatism – see book at

  • Brucehenry

    I thought you guys weren’t gonna allow autoplay videos because of on account of they’re so freaking annoying.

    And also, I watched over 7 minutes of Hannity and Coulter expecting something extraordinary. Instead it was a regular ol’ boilerplate Coulter segment on Hannity’s predictable boilerplate show. I thought they both phoned it in. What’s up with that?

    • jim_m

      ” because of on account of” your deplorable grammar we are still getting autoplay videos.

      Yes, they are annoying.

      • Brucehenry

        That was for effect but thanks for agreeing that they are annoying.

    • Michael Becker

      I apologize, I didn’t check the HTML before I posted it. Autoplay is now off.

  • Peter Castle

    Coulter is often right on, but she has compromised herself so often that, as a new book explains, we should Never Trust Ann Coulter – at ANY Age, available at