October 21, 2013, - 2:36 pm

Never Trust an Ann Coulter Who Pimps Us on GOP Libs, Then Pimps Books Saying the Opposite

By Debbie Schlussel

So, let me get this straight. Ann Coulter has a new book that instructs readers not to trust liberals, especially liberal Republicans. Um, isn’t this the same Ann Coulter who, for four years, pimped us on liberal Mitt Romney as the great GOP hope for the White House? (And how did that work out?)



Pimp: Ann Coulter Says Don’t Trust GOP Libs, After She Told Us To Trust GOP Libs

Isn’t this the same Ann Coulter who continues to pimp us on other liberal Republicans for President in 2016, including Chris Christie (whose HAMAS Judges she applauded) and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder? (She told Sean Vannity that Snyder is among her top choices for 2016, even though he opposed cracking down on illegal aliens, supports ObamaCare, and isn’t conservative on much–he even raised taxes on pensions, as a reader points out.)

Yup, same woman. Same hypocrite and fraud. The woman needs to read her own book. And tell it to her mirror, not us. She’s like John Kerry: for it before she was against it. All to sell books. Cha-Ching!

On Saturday Night, she was on the Larry Kudlow radio show to promote the new book, “Never Trust a Liberal Over Three-Especially a Republican.” She told Kudlow (her favorite kinda Jew–he converted to Catholicism) that Tea Party Republicans need to “stop primarying” incumbent Republican Senators and Congressmen, no matter how liberal the incumbents are because the Republicans desperately need a majority.

Again, isn’t the title of her new book, “Never Trust a Liberal Over Three-Especially a Republican“?

And, yet, her whole failed strategy for the past several years has been to support liberal Republicans for the White House–the same ones she’s now saying we shouldn’t trust . . . saying to sell books. And, in promoting the book that says not to trust liberal Republicans, she’s saying we should trust them and not primary them.

Get your story straight, Ann.

New and better title for the new Coulter product: Never Trust an Ann Coulter Over 50 (she’s now 53 . . . or 51, if you believe her driver’s license).

She can’t make up her mind.

But we’ve made up ours. Never Trust Liberal Republicans Over Age Three . . . Or Their Pimpette, Ann Coulter.

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The six foot, nine inch, thirty three pound Ann Coulter has been talking out of both sides of her mouth for years. She has also exhibited signs of some sort of mental deficiency (illness) during that time, and inability to concentrate. That of course leads to what eventually becomes self inherent hypocrisy. I stopped listening to her quite a while ago. When you’re as skinny as she is, both sides of your mouth are VERY close together.

Ann Coulter is suffering from malnourishment, Debbie. By all means, continue to point out her hypocrisies, but understand where it comes from. The woman hasn’t had a good meal since 534 B.C. (Before Christie).

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 21, 2013 at 2:55 pm

Debbie you and I are in agreement about the Tea Party. It can be said though at least they stand for something.

Ann Coulter on the other hand, appears to stand for nothing other than adding to her own bank account. Conservatives should thank her for giving us that second Obama term. If she gets it her way in 2016, the GOP will be soundly beaten again!

The woman should read her own book before she pimps more liberal Republicans on us.

NormanF on October 21, 2013 at 2:57 pm

Never trust a woman with an adam’s apple is what I say.

mike clement on October 21, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    Particularly an unusually tall one.

    Joe Guiney on October 22, 2013 at 1:54 am

I almost tweeted last week what a fricken’ 2-Face Coulter is. That’s why I don’t have the blog & DS has it. I’m glad to be at least thinking on the same track as DS does and that’s good enough for me. Shows I still have my wits.

I knew she was a fraud last year when she was in Philly for an evening at Independence Hall for a local (there) Talk Show Host. The stuff she said about Romney (and Conservatives) made me wanna projectile vomit. I’m not propping up fake Conservatives in 2013. Won’t do it. If I wanted to I’d just go back to being a Libtard…at least they’re winning and have devious plans that fool most of the people all the time.

I also heard her say just what DS said in her column on two other talk shows on my XM Satellite. Her support for that turtle Mitch McConnell made me sick. What a fraud. An absolute fraud. At least when I voted for Mitt Zombie last year I knew it would be my LAST vote for a RINO and I knew he was a Libtard. That election had dire consequences and so that is why I drew the red line and voted AGAINST Obama-Putin.

She should do a book tour with Bill O’Reilly. They both write one thing and do another. And that splotchy-faced blow-hard is divorced now and you know he’d enjoy showering and scrubbing down AC with Falafels and Loofahs in hotel rooms across the fruited plain.

But so-called Conservatives STILL will buy her book and they still watch O’Reilly. Some of these fools mean well (I’m convinced they can’t bare a Conservative letting them down but I wish they’d wake up and get used to it…it happens more often than not these days, alarmingly…) but their stupidity is really starting to erase the even-hand I am *trying* to view them with.

Once again, DS was correct…and early, too.

Skunky on October 21, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    Agreed Skunky. When I heard her defending McConnell on Glenn Beck’s show…well it was funny to hear them politely scoffing her.

    RogP on October 22, 2013 at 10:19 pm

I have two positive things to say about Ann Coulter. Actually, I’ll leave it to you all to decide whether or not they are positives.

(i) She can dunk over Dirk Nowitzki;
(ii) She rocks a mean size MINUS three dress. Fashion for skeletons.

Thanks to Skunky for teaching me a new (old) word. She either didn’t see my silly posts referencing it, or decided not to answer me and spur me in to doing my own research. I did. Thanks again. One very interesting thing about Skunky, and I don’t mean her obvious intelligence and insight. She utilizes a combination of Generation X slang/internet/Hip Hop speak, along with articulate modern English, and tosses in words no one’s ever heard of, thereby prompting one to wonder what’s up. Just do a little research. The lady is right on.

Except for one thing. It’s can’t bear, not “bare.” Unless you’re naked when you’re typing, as I usually am. ROTFLMAO!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 21, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    Thank you Alfredo. I do confess that I get that word mixed up consistently (and constantly). I have a mental block with it…as I do affect and effect AND fair and fare.

    But perhaps this time it will stick for me. I won’t be shocked if it doesn’t because for some reason I continue to make the mistake over and over again. Ta! 😀

    Skunky on October 21, 2013 at 3:54 pm

Alfredo, you are correct, Skunky is awesome, and your assessment is why I’ve become smitten with her prose.

This article is interesting, I’ve always thought D.S. should get more contributing cameos than Coulter. I can remember discussing Ann back in 06 in a conversation with a State Senator,
Ms. Ortiz at a restaurant here in Sac. Too funny.

Big D on October 21, 2013 at 3:58 pm

I can see no advantage to having a Republican president. The last talking point, i.e. that they would nominate a conservative for the Supreme Court went by the wayside with the Roberts fiasco. These nominations are like all the other Republican flim-flam. They will nominate enough conservatives to keep the base happy, but not enough to make a real difference.

And a majority in Congress? Yeah, our (sic) majority in the House has really made a difference. Rush is wrong when he says that the problem is that the Republicans are afraid of the Dems. Yes, that is probably a part of it, but just as important, if not more, is that most Republicans really are not that different from the Dems.

If there are decent Republicans in the primary, and I know they are very few and far between, absolutely they should be supported, even with the risk of giving the election to a Dem. A liberal Republican is indistinguishable from a Dem. How else is a conservative opposition movement ever going to be built, other than by supporting whatever conservatives might run? Although long-term, we really need a third party.

Little Al on October 21, 2013 at 4:04 pm

Ann Coulter is simply a sell-out. And she sold-out long ago. She is what you could call a presstitute; although she practices her profession in a variety of media.

Yes, you too, Debbie, can make “a deal with the Devil,” put yourself up for sale, and they will undoubtedly give you your own heavily promoted slot on Fox TV, lavish book deals, top TV appearances, and so forth. It worked for many others, including not only Coulter, but Bill O’Reilly, Michelle Malkin, and Sean Hannity, as you know.

Just say the word, sign the “special agreement” and all the rest will be taken care of. Perhaps you’ve already been solicited?

RA: Nope. They don’t like independents with actual consistent principles and real intellect. DS

Ralph Adamo on October 21, 2013 at 4:53 pm

And then there’s the current Republican campaign, one of the silliest I’ve ever seen. They’ve completely fallen into the Democratic trap. Making their big post-shutdown issue the snags in implementing Obamacare. Really????

Yes, it’s correct to point out that Government programs inherently are bureaucratic and inefficient. But the Republicans are in a no-win situation. The ‘solution’ to all these opening snags is a better-functioning Obamacare. Is that really what any conservative wants?

What they should be pointing out is the deceptiveness of the Dems. The main purpose was not to have a smoothly-functioning system on October 1. The purpose was simply to get something going, and semi-functional so it could not be reversed. I suspect they knew that by rushing to meet the Oct. 1 deadline, things would really not be quite be ready, and there would be more inefficiency than even the customary Government amount.

But the Dems and the Republican cheerleaders can reduce inefficiency down the road. The introduction of Obamacare, warts and all is what is important. They were clearly rushing to meet the Oct. 1 deadline — and they met it. What the Republicans should be doing is pointing this out — that any complex program, whether in Defense or Health, will have snags for a while. They should point this out, but they should be concentrating on issues where the solution will advance conservative causes, not criticizing the snags in Obamacare, where the corrections will accelerate socialist/communist principles.

It is too late for Obamacare, even if they were serious which they were not. Does anyone really thing that the ‘fight’ between Cruz, Lee etc. and the others was not totally orchestrated?

Little Al on October 21, 2013 at 5:24 pm

Coulter is shameless–even for a pundit.

skzion on October 21, 2013 at 5:29 pm

The reason why Debbie doesn’t get more (any) play is because she is uncompromising, doesn’t play the game. Debbie is no hypocrite. Just take a look at the last month’s columns here. Who’s going to give her any air time? We live in a nation full of hypocrites.

Don’t forget the famous Jimmy Hoffa quote I’ve brought up before, “sooner or later, everybody does business with everybody.” Debbie doesn’t do “business” with anybody, she’s a voice crying in the wilderness, a voice of TRUTH. When was the last time the unvarnished truth got any play in this country?

Little Al is right of course, but the Republicans are too chickified to stand up for principles, witness the constant attacks by people like Jeb Bush on Ted Cruz. Nice of Dick Cheney to stand up for the Tea Party today, and call the Dictator-In-Chief what he is, but when’s he going to run for anything again?

We are too far gone, there is no way for a guy like Dr. Carson to get the kind of backing he would need to become the next Ronald Reagan. When’s the last time Debbie made an appearance on FOX-News, or had someone actually mention that they got their material from reading her column? She’s been relegated to the “back pages” and tossed on to what people in power HOPE will be the ash heap of history.

The problem for many is that the Tea Party refuses to go away. So, they label them as racists and extremists. Really?!?!!!?? Low taxes, strong national defense, small government, minimal regulation, Constitutional principles and the rule of law is extremism? Well, it is as long as the Tea Party remains a group of just a few million.

More and more people are waking up, including the hosts on talk radio down here. I heard one of them say this afternoon that government policies were strangling the private sector, destroying initiative, growth and motivation. Sound familiar? The problem is that it’s too little, too late.

So, what we’re left with on TV and in the book stores is Bill O’Really, Sean Hannity, Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, etal. They hone to a script that sounds good but doesn’t go too far, and thereby gives the appearance of a “conservative backlash.” Meanwhile, fearless and uncompromising Debbie Schlussel has been sandbagged along with her group of loyal readers, a literal few.

Look at the outcry a couple years ago when Rush took a chance and called Sandra Fluke what she was, or at least portraying herself as. She appeared in a staged presentation by Nancy Pelosi and complained she was having so much sex she couldn’t afford birth control and therefore needed the government to pay for it. Rush said only what most of his listeners were thinking, and what such women were referred to as when I was growing up. And look what happened. Sure, he landed on his feet, because with a listening audience of 20-30 million, that’s too big to fail, but Debbie says EVERY DAY what Rush did. Howzat workin’ for her? Works for me, but not in the big time. After all, I’m one of those extremist followers. What’s Debbie live on, kosher cheese and crackers? Meanwhile, Hannity plugs Ruth’s Chris all the way to the bank. Maybe the reason Ann Coulter looks like a Kenyan marathoner is because hypocrisy is eating her up inside. Fool.

Debbie stands pretty much all alone, without a platform, because America doesn’t like the unvarnished truth. The lessons of what America is going through are woven throughout the Bible. Hundreds of “prophets” standing before kings of Israel and Judah, speaking from their ambition and egos, and egging these kings on with their lies and frivolous imaginations. But whenever a true prophet of God Almighty was called in, it was oh no, here comes the wet blanket, he’s so negative, his advice is always so extreme, such a downer that guy.

Same thing with America today. Feed yourselves well, keep your bodies in top shape, keep reading Debbie Schlussel and don’t expect any good in your lives. You’ll be a lot safer, and if good does come in to your lives, get down on your knees, thank The Lord for his mercy and forgiveness, an sparing you the worst for yet another day.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 21, 2013 at 5:30 pm

Ann Coulter has been a fraud for years now. The peak of her influence was in the 90’s during the Clinton Administration. Ann Coulter has been struggling to remain relevant since then.

Worry01 on October 21, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    For someone who’s struggling for relevancy, Coulter appears on TV and heard on radio almost daily. Today, for example, she was on Howie Carr’s syndicated radio show (syndicated in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, on-line, etc.) touting her new book, speaking about an upcoming or previous appearance on “The View” (I tuned in too late to hear her that whole story). Plus, she’s on cable news channels almost daily. (Howie and Ann are neighbors, sort of, as they both live near each other in Palm Beach, Florida when vacationing. Howie’s condo is a short distance from Ann’s condo. Ann’s Palm Beach property is purportedly worth 3.5 million.)

    Neils60 on October 21, 2013 at 7:23 pm

      All this means is that relevancy has sunk to the lowest common denominator. Yes, Ann Coulter is relevant, but she is relevant to a bunch of candidate-Democrats who are more interested in lining their pocketbooks than anything else.

      The point of the post was not that she was irrelevant (and to discuss relevance, it would have to be pointed out the object of the relevance.)

      Debbie did not say Coulter was irrelevant, or even discuss her relevancy — that is a red herring and diverts attention from her main point. It is just that she was an unprincipled opportunist, consorting with other unprincipled opportunists. That does not preclude financial success, but it does mean that she is unlikely to have any real solutions to the problems that we face here at home.

      Should we use financial success as a gauge of political relevancy, if, as I think it should be, relevancy is defined as having meaningful solutions?

      Then people like Spitzer and H. Ross Perot would be very relevant and successful, and Hannity and Limbaugh, who are shills for the Republican opportunists would be the leaders of relevancy.

      So let’s not set up the straw man of relevancy. It is completely irrelevant to the post.

      Little Al on October 21, 2013 at 9:49 pm

        Sorry, I mistyped one of my sentences. It should read:

        Should we use financial success as a gauge of political relevancy, rather than, as I think it should be, defining it as having meaningful solutions?

        Little Al on October 21, 2013 at 9:56 pm

Maybe that’s because she’s been struggling to maintain bodyweight. The mind is the first to go, right?

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 21, 2013 at 5:45 pm

The problem with Anne Coulter is that she always knows best, even when she’s wrong. Especially about who can win. Christie is another fat dud.

Even if he did win nothing would gained except pork. People think that because Christie is such a porker that he must be non-halal but Christie is in fact very halal. He’s a halal porker and a CAIR poster boy.

Can you imagine government spending declining with a man who remains a porker even with a gastric belt?

Anne Coulter’s sounds good but really she’s only interested in one thing. Anne Coulter.

Frankz on October 21, 2013 at 6:40 pm

sorry that’s Ann Coulter

Frankz on October 21, 2013 at 6:40 pm

What is the point of having a Republican majority if they are essentially liberal Democrats-lite?

Ann Coulter is a fraud. Period.

PitandPen on October 21, 2013 at 7:26 pm

Christie has health problems that may hinder him from seeking any other office. I’ve heard that he has been diagnosed with a particular strain of flesh-eating bacteria, and as a result, the doctors are giving him just eighty-seven more years to live.

CornCoLeo on October 21, 2013 at 7:37 pm

“. . . an unprincipled opportunist, consorting with other unprincipled opportunists.” – Little Al

And that is where we are, not just in the arena of politicos and pundits, but right down to the core of the citizenry.

Patrick Henry said “give me liberty or give me death.”

With an increasing number of our fellow Americans, it’s ‘give me money, or give me stuff.’ When the leaders of the political and pop culture arenas are unprincipled, the populace will follow. And since principled people like Dr. Ben Carson and Debbie Schlussel are mocked and marginalized, the example they would otherwise have set becomes lost in the toilet water of a drowning society.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 21, 2013 at 10:13 pm

Current Republican “leaders” = Gyno-crats.
Radio hosts covering the gyno-crats-
Bill “Willy” Cunningham-both local show (WLW) and his Sunday night national gig; covers for Boehner et al, steers callers into another “red meat” subject if the callers get “too close” to his self-proclaimed friendship with Boehner AND McConnel….”great AMerican” Schmuck.
Pawn Vannity (aka Hannity)- need I say more?? Wasn’t he “suddenly” seeing the light on easing up on Illegals and how they “could” support the Republicrats? CONSTANTLY hosts Coulter, Malkin, Levine, Cunningham, et al etc…schmuck.
Bill Bennett “Morning in AMerica”- has almost had all the usual suspects “praising” the Gyno-cratic “success” in “saving the Sequestor cuts.” (Paul Ryan was an intern of his years ago.) Have heard his name affixed on/to “Conservatives for Common Core”…along with Jeb Bush’s…
ALL the Gyno-crats have shown their faces on ALL the networks-to include BBC World News, smashing the “TEA Party,” any Constitutionalists” et al etc. Even heard Peter King go into a tirade attacking Ted Cruz j(sp?) saying Ted is “using terror type tactics.” [no BS.]
…it’s two card Monte.

Sick_Boy on October 21, 2013 at 10:29 pm

    SB, I laughed when I read your post. Years ago we had the Salem Radio Network in Boston & I’d rather listen to white noise than that boring idiot Bill Bennett. He never listened to anyone & constantly interrupted. His producer was as obsequious as a hemorrhoid, too.

    There is a paucity of quality TR and I nixed many of the bores years ago. The one that annoys me (presently) is David Webb. He used to annoy me so much I used to angry tweet him. To be fair he does come off as a personally nice dude BUT any Conservative who listens to a Conservative today should NOT put up with a host wanting to give the Libtard side a chance spew their lies & nonsense. He kept doing that and I couldn’t take it anymore because I viewed it as insulting his audience (and told him so). Ain’t nobody got time for that in 2013. I have also stopped listening to ‘Bauer & Rose’ because the shrill screaming is untenable & Rose is unfunny & narcissistic, never STFU and constantly interrupts.

    Skunky on October 21, 2013 at 11:37 pm

      The only talk show programs I think are worth listening to are those local programs that attack local government corruption. On a national level, they are all like Skunky and Sick_Boy describe.

      Little Al on October 22, 2013 at 5:19 am

        In the Tampa Bay area, there is only ONE “local” radio show of any consequence; “The Black Sphere” with Kevin Jackson. He’s on in the evenings; damn funny too!
        Hell, even re-plays of “Art Bell Somewhere in Time” have MORE relevance than “Breaking News” on the three “major” AM stations….opps, my bad, the Earth stops revolving when it was announced that the Buccaneers were going to be televised locally….*shuh*
        Thank God for the “I [heart] Radio” ap…glad to hear that the I-270 corridor still has the same back-ups [WMAL].;)
        …back to the topic…
        …and now Rubio is popping-up again saying he thinks the ACA should be repealed??..STFU Marco, quit popping-up every 48 hours after Bill Nelson pops off every 60-80 days.how’s that “Gang of Ocho” working out?
        Is it me, or does it appear that the wagons are being circled around Vannity…i mean he lost his 9 p.m. spot on FauX Snooze, lost his 3 -6 p.m. spot on WABC (i could have it confused with WOR), and basically has resorted to “Q-Morning Zoo” pranks with ACA operators…”…did you hear about what Hannity did on his national radio show?…” *quack quack*
        Ya know what…thanks Debbie! Thanks for what you do…Socratic sanity.

        Sick_Boy on October 22, 2013 at 6:28 pm

Peter King is a turncoat schmuck. My old friend and training partner from ESU-2 who died running IN to The Towers is spinning at warp speed in his grave over this guy’s recent antics. What a phony prick. Peter Unprincipled Queen. PUQ. In a way that spells ‘puke’ which is what I want to do every time I’ve heard this guy’s name this year. His food is sprinkled with Demmican Dust, because he sure ain’t no Republican.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 21, 2013 at 10:40 pm

I do not think it is fair to lump Romney in with the far left
on fiscal matters. He would never believe it is acceptable to
pass on unlimited debt to future generations! As governor, he inherited a substantial amount of red ink, but left office with a solid rainy day fund established. He wanted the country to thrive,unlike the opposition. As for his Romneycare, he originally wanted a more catastrophic insurance plan, which would have cost a fraction, but Ted Kennedy and the legislature (all Dems,) insisted on endless mandates. These regs are the main cause of unaffordable private insurance.

nicole on October 22, 2013 at 12:47 am

    Well, duh, he could have vetoed it & dissociated himself from it.

    Little Al on October 22, 2013 at 5:20 am

Ann Coulter is a whore, nothing more. I have to think her book sales have plummeted. Her target audience consists of those who can connect the dots on her inconsistencies. She has become completely irrelevant to all but perhaps the teen boys who imagine themselves conservative and can be drawn to a willowy whore.

Pete on October 22, 2013 at 9:17 am

    “willowy whore” LOL

    DS_ROCKS! on October 22, 2013 at 3:14 pm

Debbie, you are RIGHT AGAIN. Coulter doesn’t have the integrity to wash your panties…

Marc on October 22, 2013 at 10:52 am

So, who can we trust? I’m not seeing a whole lot of light in these replies. Everyone here seems so hopeless. Are there any bright stars on the horizon? Ted Cruz and Mike Lee? Who? Coulter’s pint is that we MUST take back the Senate and keep the House. Then we can clean out the RINOs as she stipulated on Howie Carr’s show the other day, which I listened to in its entirety. I don’t see any other options REAL conservatives have right now. Anyone?

gizzy on October 22, 2013 at 11:13 am

Gizzy, that’s the point of my posts. I am not only The Resident Dumb Blond(e), but also The Local Prophet of Doom. At THIS point in human history, there IS no hope, BUT God. And because America has kicked God out of society, it is going to learn the hard way. And in so doing, the entire world is going to learn the hard way.

It’s like that old song by Fleetwood Mac. When God kicked our first parents out of the Garden of Eden, he said, . . .

“You can go your own way, you can call it another lonely da-ay, . . .”

And that’s what has happened. The human race has created its own cultures based on its OWN laws, its own form of governments (not God’s), etc. This time HAD to come in world history, a time when there WOULD be NO ONE with a chance. But one WILL arise. The problem is that one will be the ANTI-Christ, and the world will turn to that one, because as it says in Revelation “the whole world is deceived.” Because the AntiChrist will not come in the fashion described in the Bible, and if people would really read and understand the Bible, which interprets ITSELF, they would know better.

But all except for “the elect” will be deceived and succumb to a religio-political system which will rule the world for a very brief, but excruciatingly horrible period. THEN Christ will come right before the final battle of WWIII. The United States, even in its present, fundamentally transformed state, will be gone.

I’m not making fun of you, or typing this for my health, or frivolous reasons. The thread with the free peanuts being given out at football games proved that I can be as silly as Soupy Sales on acid, and no wonder, because I did acid 180 times. But THIS, and most posts I put up here are serious.

It’s sad, it’s terrifying, and I literally tremble every day watching the entire world become exponentially more evil. Because I remember the day President Kennedy was shot. I never thought I’d grow up to see the world as it is. I wasn’t in to the Bible then, so I didn’t know the things I’m preaching here. I thought I was going to grow up, get married, have a wife, a couple kids, a nice, modest house with a white picket fence, and live in a world where we could all walk down the street without fear of being mugged, stabbed or set upon by hostile persons for no good reason at all, or see a world that simply CANNOT get along.

So, what do we do, Alfredo, give up, curl up in a ball and just wait to die? Of course not, because the Bible says never tire of doing what is right.

But what we DON’T do is exhort people like Ann Coulter to continue their pandering and hucksterism. We relegate her to second string on a bad NBA team, we send Marco Rubio out with an ice cream cart, as Mike Savage suggests, and we send the Mitt Romney’s of the world back to poolside examining their portfolios and drinking weak tea. We continue to try and support true conservatives who don’t curl up in a ball and leave their balls at the door when they get to Washington.

We need to be PRINCIPLED. Filling up Washington with “French Republicans” just to get a Republican majority will not suddenly see them grow balls and become like Triceratops fighting Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 22, 2013 at 11:48 am

I’ll admit that I used to like Ann Coulter back in the 90s especially when she came out with her book about Slick Willy but as time went on she’s become a hypocritical joke. What did it for me is when she came out full bore for that fat RINO Christy. This is the same blowhard who not only made it all about him during the Repub convention last year but sucked up to the O’Clown during the Superstorm Sandy aftermath. Now Coulter has written another book where she tells us not to trust liberals epecially republicans. Just like peebrain O’Reallys books this one will remain on the shelf as Ann’s schick is getting old. I don’t need a book from a fake conservative to tell me to watch out for liberal weenies like Obama and Boehner. This also goes for smelly RINO turds like Crash McCain, Looney Tunes Turtle McConnell,and Prune face Peter King. I would list the liberal democrats and their various media and entertainment jock sniffers but that would take up too much space here. Note to Ann. Nonwithstanding that your super skinny but I and others here can see right through you. I can thank Debbie for that because she is a diamond among cubic zirconians like Vannity(who I think has a thing for Ann), O’Really(who I think also has a thing for her), and Michelle Malkin. Debbie keep up the good work on informing us about not only the plethora of liberal frauds out there but also the conservative ones.

Ken b on October 22, 2013 at 12:00 pm

ann, rebuttal?

kirche61 on October 22, 2013 at 2:06 pm

I’ve never bought Coulter’s books. I have found them at the local recycle depot for free. She never told me anything that I didn’t already know from listening to Rush, and from my own reading and life experience. I no longer watch tv at all — gave mine away 6 years ago. I don’t miss it one bit either. All those years wasted watching mindless twaddle (sigh).
I still think there is hope for America. We can turn things around. We need to go back to what our Founders knew. We need to dump our current government educational system for starters. I understand that technology will actually aid us in that soon.

gizzy on October 22, 2013 at 4:58 pm

You’re absolutely right about what we NEED, gizzy, right on. But the problem is we WON’T. And that’s because the Founders are nothing but a bunch of syphilis ridden, slave owning, irrelevant old white men who didn’t know anything about modern times, and whose principles are outdated and outmoded. That’s not what I believe, but if you go to NYC (or maybe you’re there already?) and try out your views, that’s what will be hurled back at you.

I’m with you, but the rest of the country is paddling FURIOUSLY in the other direction. Except for the 32 of us who follow Debbie, and 113 others scattered elsewhere throughout the country.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 22, 2013 at 9:14 pm

Oh, kirche61, Ann doesn’t HAVE a reBUTTal. She’s 6’9″ and 33 lbs., remember? ROTFLMAO!!!

Besides, Debbie and Ann could face off in a local Chick Filet, or whatever the name of that place is, at High Noon. Debbie could speak for three minutes and give Ann until 4 a.m. the next morning, and she wouldn’t know what to say. There’s a lot that might come out of her mouth, but it would be just garbage.

That’s why everyone including not so FOX(y)-News is afraid to put Debbie on anymore. They’re afraid of TRUTH, and Debbie is so full of truth, she’d beat the crap out of anyone they put up against her.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 22, 2013 at 9:22 pm

Dear Everyone:
I love the Debbie Schlussel site. From articles to movie reviews, Debbie does a first class job. The writing is top-rate, witty and always a pleasure to read. However, I am troubled by the constant attacks on conservative icons. This, while necessary at times, is often spiteful and mean-spirited. Let’s be honest, the best of men are men at best. No one is perfect. Coulter is a first-class debater, terrorizes libs everywhere and is an important media ally. She was wrong about Christie but right about a whole lot more. Her columns are always first class and I love her books. These comments are almost psychotic in their assaults on the woman. She is a big contributor in the war against the Left and very effective. I have seen her speak and she is friendly, charming and kinda cute, too. Please,guys (and ladies) we have a LOT of enemies out these. Coulter is not perfect (who is?) but she is an ally. Let’s treat her like that.

Bob Silverman on October 24, 2013 at 7:50 am

Did you MISS the details of her hypocrisy? Debbie’s criticism of Ann went WAY beyond her support of Christie. Ann Coulter should stick to playing small forward for a bad NBA team, a VERY small forward, as in skeletal. It’s because of people like Ann Coulter that someone Debbie has been declared persona non grata at not so FOX(y)-News, and brain dead boobs like John McCain and hypocrites like Mitch McConnell have become icons of the Republican party.

We need principles and principled people up front for the Republican Party, but instead people like Ted Cruz are attacked for being extremists, while the Ann Coulter’s of the world go running for cover, instead of telling these icons to go f_ck themselves, . . .

sideways. When I see Ann Coulter out front trying to get a guy like Ben Carson elected in 2016, and apologizing for plagiarizing Debbie, I’ll rethink my position.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 24, 2013 at 11:16 am

Excellent synopsis.
She was also with GOProud (puke)

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