Why am I aiming such vitriolic language at Ann Coulter,you might ask? It’s because I think that she should get a taste of her own medicine! After all, Ann Coulter said this about the 9/11 widows:
“These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis. I’ve never seen people enjoying their husbands’ deaths so much.”
If that wasn’t evil enough for you, look at this transcript of an interview that Ann Coulter did with Sean Hannity that I obtained from Media Matters. Here’s an excerpt:
From the June 7 edition of Fox News’ Hannity & Colmes:
HANNITY: “Coulter the Cruel.” From what I understand, even Hillary was attacking you today.
HANNITY: And what were her comments?
COULTER: She said the book should have been named “Heartless.” It was mean to these women. And I responded to the New York Times reporter asking for a comment that, before Hillary refers to other people being mean to women, she should talk to her husband, who was accused of rape by Juanita Broaddrick and was groping Kathleen Willey simultaneously with her own spouse committing suicide. Maybe she should talk to her husband about being mean to women.
HANNITY: Let me start — let’s set the controversy for the book, because I actually read the book cover to cover, and I read the chapter in question here.
COULTER: Thank you.
HANNITY: You’re making a broader point. You’re saying that liberalism cannot be sold by the people in office, and you feel people like Cindy Sheehan, who lost a son in Iraq —
HANNITY: — Jack Murtha, who was a former Marine —
HANNITY: — these four — what you call Jersey women.
COULTER: They call themselves the Jersey Girls.
HANNITY: The Jersey Girls, they lost husbands on 9-11.
COULTER: Right, along with thousands of other women, yes.
HANNITY: And you are saying that they are being used by the left to make points that they cannot make on their own. Isn’t that the point of the chapter?
COULTER: Yes, it’s liberal infallibility. They used to have complete, 100 percent control of news dissemination in America. They lost that with Fox News, with talk radio, with the Internet. So then they started complaining about, you know, angry voices, political dialogue has never been so divisive. And then people remember the sweetness and light we were getting from the left during, say, the [Supreme Court nominee Robert] Bork hearings, so that wasn’t really working.
So now they send out spokespeople who, because of some personal tragedy, we’re not allowed to respond to, because their husbands died in 9-11, because they had a son die in Iraq. If they’re making a point worth making, they are entering the public dialogue, how about letting Howard Dean make the point?
HANNITY: All right, but here’s — here — I guess this is what people are saying. This is why you’re on the front page of the tabloids in New York. You’re saying they’ve entered the political arena. Now, I’ve gone and I’ve been looking at some of the comments, for example, of the Jersey women in particular.
HANNITY: They have been very harsh about Condi Rice, about Karl Rove —
COULTER: Oh, yes.
HANNITY: — about President Bush, very outspoken. They were on the campaign trail with John Edwards and with John Kerry.
COULTER: Right. They cut a campaign commercial for Kerry.
HANNITY: They cut a campaign — so basically what you’re saying is, if they’re going to enter the political arena separate from the loss of their husbands, that now this is a dialogue. If they call the president a liar, this is now a dialogue. And you’re saying most people won’t dare get engaged with them because of what they’ve been through, which is the purpose of —
COULTER: That’s certainly been true until now. I think I’ve opened it up now. I think I’ve broken the taboo.”(End of Excerpt) Read the rest of this transcript & others by clicking here.
And now that cackling scarecrow,known as Ann Coulter, is being investigated for voter fraud. Ha, ha, ha!! Sorry,but this is so funny that I couldn’t contain my laughter! She’s such a horrid person that I can’t help but to feel gleeful about her current dilemna. Here’s more from The Daily News:
“Ann Coulter is being probed. Following our Jan. 11 column, Connecticut’s Elections Enforcement Commission is making a “thorough investigation” of whether the conservative pundit broke the law by voting in the Nutmeg State while living in New York City, according to a commission spokeswoman.
Officials are responding to a formal complaint filed by Coulterwatch.com blogger Dan Borchers. “For over 10 years, Ann Coulter has gotten away with illegal, immoral and unethical behavior, ranging from plagiarism to defamation, perjury to voter fraud,” claims the conservative Borchers. Coulter declined to comment, but in the past has branded Borchers a stalker. He says the FBI has determined he poses no threat.”(End of Excerpt) Read more here.