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1 Mich-again  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 4:23:29pm

She shouldn't tweet when she's drinking.

2 God of Binders with Women  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 4:28:11pm

re: #1 Mich-again

She shouldn't tweet when she's drinking.

TUI is dangerous. (Tweeting Under the Influence)

3 Dark_Falcon  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 4:38:00pm

re: #1 Mich-again

She shouldn't tweet when she's drinking.

The problem is that it wasn't the booze that brought out that tweet, a la Mel Gibson. Coulter put out that piece of crab deliberately to generate controversy and sell books and speaking engagements. She might mock Madonna at times, but in her deliberate attempts to shock people to gain attention Ann Coulter is doing exactly the same thing that Madonna does. But unlike Madonna, she doesn't put out fun songs, just venom.

Ann Coulter: DERP! to be Truthful. (3 updings to whoever gets the reference.)

4 Achilles Tang  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 5:23:33pm

re: #3 Dark_Falcon

The problem is that it wasn't the booze that brought out that tweet, a la Mel Gibson. Coulter put out that piece of crab deliberately to generate controversy and sell books and speaking engagements. She might mock Madonna at times, but in her deliberate attempts to shock people to gain attention Ann Coulter is doing exactly the same thing that Madonna does. But unlike Madonna, she doesn't put out fun songs, just venom.

Ann Coulter: DERP! to be Truthful. (3 updings to whoever gets the reference.)

I am pretty sure sure she is real creationist however. Nothing to do with pandering.

5 thecommodore  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 5:40:36pm

As long as there are dark hearted, bitter, and ignorant people, there will always be a Coulter, Limbaugh, Beck, Hannity, etc to provide a trough full of hate to feed at. Coulter could drop dead tomorrow and someone just as bad, if not worse would take her place.

Side note: the only thing booze did with Mel Gibson that fateful night was reduce his i hibitions to be truthful. Remember his father, Hutton Gibson, is a holocaust denier among other things.

6 Joanne  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 6:20:32pm

re: #4 Achilles Tang

I think she's a political opportunist. There's more $$ to be had in the conservative side (see Amazin for best selling political books). She's Sarah Palin in a little black dress.

7 Dark_Falcon  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 6:59:24pm

re: #6 Joanne

I think she's a political opportunist. There's more $$ to be had in the conservative side (see Amazin for best selling political books). She's Sarah Palin in a little black dress.

No she's worse. Sarah Palin just plain can't explain complicated concepts, or string together a complex sentence, so she DERPs. Ann Coutler can do both such things and in her books she does at times. But at other times she presents matters simply which she has explained as complex in other contexts, which can only be ascribed to either deliberate dishonesty or a reckless indifference to the truth. So while she might discuss Richard Nixon's motives for a questionable action (Coulter goes easier on Nixon than some other right-wing writers as she thinks Nixon performed a critical nation service in keeping the House UnAmerican Activities Committee focused on Alger Hiss), the same sort of action by Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton will be automatically ascribed by Coulter to some variation of "liberal soft-headedness". Her lack of charity towards those who disagree with her is of the same extreme level reached by Ayn Rand.

8 Destro  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 10:08:42pm

re: #6 Joanne

re: #7 Dark_Falcon


The right wing are the ones that create an environment that such an eel like Coulter can thrive in.

9 Ogami Itto  Tue, Oct 23, 2012 10:17:44pm

re: #6 Joanne

She's Sarah Palin in a little black dress.

I hate you for putting that image in my head. ;-)


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