I would generally agree that it was a dumb comment (although funny). But, the GOP compounded the problem by throwing a fit over it rather than ignoring it.
It was a dumb comment, not funny and she shouldn't be invited back to CPAC.
Presidential candidates shared the podium, you can't ignore it. Anns smart, she's clever, plenty of reporters in attendance. Might not have been as much fun, but she could have told a couple them that heck, she's often over the top, but it was a comment on political correctness, that Edwards is a handsome married man, and it never occured to her anyone would take seriously he was a faggot (might want to use a different word). Publicity for Ann, embarassment for the candidates.
Ann Coulter has made a career out of dumbass statements.
Another stock shocker expected (Further Stock Market Declines For This Week?)
Correct. The GOP was far less outraged when Mo Dowd, Goodman, et al refer to our President as "Hitler."
Big friggin' deal. Coulter IMPLIED the "Breck Girl was a British cigarette!
The word faggot is occasionally used in parts of Britain to denote a silly or foolish person
"Fag" was a term used for a junior boy who acted as a servant for a senior boy at Eton College,
Now that fits Edwards to a tee from when he was running with Kerry.
Heck the pictures pretty much confirm that! LOL
She sure has a track record:
On July 27 American Republican pundit Ann Coulter said that the former Vice President of the United States Al Gore was a "total fag", and that former President of the United States Bill Clinton was a "latent homosexual", while being interviewed by MSNBC's Chris Matthews
Coulter caused a major controversy on the community; and gay rights organizations demanded to know the reason why such an offensive usage of the word was permitted by the network.
I taped her interview on the Hardball show and gave her a DVD copy.