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Alan Grayson is one thing, but …. now they have gone too far.

There’s only so much I can take.



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And thus, dear children, the capitalist system took dead aim at itself, committing a combine cultural and economic suicide. It was a “two-fer”.

Take Ann Coulter’s advice on politics? A woman who only a few years ago apparently didn’t know where she lived, or how to get to the correct voting precinct?

Please, do the Christian thing and refuse that tainted blood money!

Well, that sorta line kinda worked during the Sibley vs. Rosen Debate of many long years ago! You really had to have been there to hear that line back then.

I agree, Professor. I was never a fan of Ann Coulter to begin with, but when I detest looking at her as much as I do Alan Grayson, things have reached a sad state.

huskers-for-palin | December 26, 2011 at 7:36 pm

Ann, what I said to Beck I’ll say to you, “You jumped the shark and the shark didn’t give a damn!”

It gets worse….as I write this I’m looking at ads for Ann Coulter, Ron Paul, and something called in addition to the ever-changing headline ad….sigh 🙁
But… least your Video of the Day is always very cool 🙂

I would suggest you Gingrich supporters refocus on important issues, like getting on the ballot…

Ann Coulter lost a huge amount of conservative cred when she came out for Chris Christie – and lost the rest when she then switched to Romney. Not to say that I would refuse to vote for either were they to be the nominee, just that with the field we have now, Bachmann and Santorum are by far the more conservative candidates.

Gingrich may be a bettor candidate than Romney, but their substantive difference is the same as the temperature difference between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans at the north pole.

I have always been a huge fan of Miss Coulter but I am totally perplexed by her support for Christie and Romney. Neither are remotely conservative and I have always believed Coulter was quite literally the poster girl for the conservative movement.

I am not ready to give up on her but I hope she explains herself one day…

Ann has doubled down on stupid.

Maybe it’s menopause affecting her judgment?

First she’s a chubby chaser and then gold digger.

/sarc {sorta}

StephenMonteith | December 26, 2011 at 10:32 pm

Oh, this one is ALL your own fault, Professor. *chuckles* You talk about Ann all the time. Every time she says something bad about Gingrich, you jump on it. Every hear the old saying, “If you ignore them, they’ll go away”?

Currently, I have an ad directing me to Elizabeth Warren’s website on the sidebar.

Ann Coulter’s recent Olympic caliber shark jumping notwithstanding, at least she is within shouting distance politically.

Warren is just a dyed-in-the-wool Communist.

I have mixed feelings on Coulter.

There are moments when she is just absolutely fantastic. She’s written a lot of really great articles (along with some truly atrocious ones) and she’s sharp and feisty when appearing on talk shows. She’s able to effectively push back against liberal nonsense.

She’s at her worst, by far, during Republican primaries. She doesn’t research our candidates seemingly at all, which is odd considering how thorough her research is for her books and articles, and she tends to back a moderate squish for reasons she is unable to articulate while making vicious attacks on the more Conservative candidates.

    Aarradin in reply to Aarradin. | December 27, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    Dr Krauthammer, who I rarely disagree with, is equally bad during Republican primaries. He’s always backing the moderate establishment type and trashing (with devastating eloquence) the more Conservative candidate.

I’m fortunate with my location so rarely have political ads when I visit US sites.

However I seem to be targeted by New Internationalist magazine and other Green/Left ads. You and Ace of Spades have been the beneficiaries of their poor targeting lol