Skip to comments.Who Castrated Ann Coulter?
Posted on 02/06/2012 8:37:28 AM PST by Para-Ord.45
something has happened to Coulter. I don't have firsthand knowledge that she was kidnapped by RINO Team Six and taken to an offshore medical facility where she was forced to undergo a gruesome surgical procedure, but many of her recent columns suggest that something of the sort must have occurred. What else could explain her endorsement of Mitt Romney? Once immutable where her core convictions were concerned, she has executed a vertigo-inducing volte-face in order to promote a brazen opportunist whose positions on the big issues were the opposite of hers before he began running for President. She relentlessly trashes Republican "moderates" like McCain, yet now supports a candidate who makes the Arizona Senator look like Barry Goldwater by comparison.
It first became apparent that something awful had happened to Coulter last November, when she wrote a column asking "If Not Romney, Who? If Not Now, When?" In this surreal effusion, she claimed that the media were "pushing Newt Gingrich" and other alternatives to Romney "because they are terrified of running against him." This, as many pointed out at the time, was preposterous. The only thing that terrifies the media about Romney is that he might not get the GOP nomination. This is the man they want to run against. Unlike Coulter, the media and the Obama reelection team know that Romney can be easily portrayed as a Wall Street parasite whose only memorable "accomplishment" as the Governor of Massachusetts was the enactment of a health "reform" law that renders him unable to credibly denounce ObamaCare.
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She looks like a meth-head.
I don’t ever listen to her, what does she say is the reason for backing Romney?
Ann is out of her mind. Just before she was for Romney, she was arguing that if we didn’t draft Christie, Romney would be the nominee and he would lose. What exactly has changed Ann?
And don’t forget Matt Drudge invited her to speak at his latest Log Cabin Republican conference and she did so happily.
My take on it is psychological:
Conservatism was the ammo that offered the most bang for the young, pugnacious Coulter. She was the rebel against rebels, the outrageous right among the left (in college, law school, etc.) Now she seeks a second adolescence, trying to recapture that feeling, and being shes firmly in the ranks of the conservatives, she can only rebel by becoming the outrageous left among the right.
Its nothing to do with principles, really. Its to do with psychology. The extreme high-strung tension, the manic torrent of words, the pyrotechnic hostility; these things betray a long-running inner conflict as do the chronic smoking and drinking.
Then too, when the inner 14-year-old finds herself in the body of a 50-year-old...thats got to detonate the ticking bomb. Nothing gets irrelevant faster than a woman passing 50, and losing attention is not to be borne.
Coulters concealed Carrie is coming out blasting.
I remember a few years ago when everyone hooted and hollered when ever Ann hit the screen and raved about how there had to be the ‘obligatory’ picture.
Never paid attention to her from Day 1. It is obvious the only reason she is on TV is because she is blonde and long legs and half coherent.
Time for a wardrobe overhaul, too. The little black dress has gotten cliche.
“She believes a Republican can’t win without pulling in voters who went for Obama last time. She thinks Romney is the candidate who can do that.”
That’s funny. She believes that a choice between Cool-Black Obama and Stuffed-Shirt-White Obama people will vote for the stuffed shirt? She’s not too smart.
I guess in this election instead of asking who you’d rather have a beer with it’s going to come down to: Whose country club would you rather belong to?
I predict a low turnout all around in November.
I think this is a desperate cry for help.
Well, you have to admit, that is one of the best transexual conversions I have ever seen. He's absolutely beautiful!
We know it wasn't John Galt.
In the words of Austin Powers, the international man of mystery: “That’s a man, baby!”
The Romney campaign is already a disaster for the conservative movement. Just when they should be rarin' to go into battle to save the country, conservatives are sullen, demoralized and dispirited as it appears more and more likely that Romney will be the GOP's presidential standard bearer. If you don't believe me, just read the Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, etc. threads on this board.
There’s a clip of Coulter saying, ‘I support Christie because otherwise we’ll get Romney and we’ll lose.’ Seems to me her original read on the candidates ‘might’ have been pragmatic, and given what’s going on, we’ll see, but showed a real lack of faith in Conservatism winning the day. I think she will regret having to shill for Romney.
Ask me that again
Then too, when the inner 14-year-old BOY finds HIMself in the body of a 50-year-old transexual...and there's no need to worry about the ticking clock, because he has no functional womb to begin with. Nothing gets irrelevant faster than a transexual passing 50, and losing attention is not to be borne.
I corrected for grammar and punctuation.