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Has Ann Coulter Lost Her Mind?

12-String Infidel Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:47 PM
I usually enjoy Ann's commentary, but she seems to loathe the Tea Party and has seemingly emerged as another mouthpiece for the GOP establishment. Case in point: Her support of John Kyl as a possible VP choice for Romney over Marco Rubio. As much as I really do admire John Kyl, I don't want him to be the "next in line" for the POTUS race in 2016 when folks like Rubio, Allen West, and even Sarah Palin would be better choices to get this country moving in the right direction after four years of Obama and (hopefully) four years of Romney. This "next in line" nonsense got us decisive losses with Dole and McCain and is a remnant of the partisan 'boys club' that represents the 20th century GOP. It's time to embrace the Tea Party or lose big.
Shoppin Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 1:48 AM
Rubio isn't eligible. He has the same problems Obama has with the natural born citizen situation.
Michael1957MN Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 7:13 AM
Don't forget her support of the homosexual "Log Cabin Republicans" et al. Face it, despite all her books and commentaries about "liberals" she has become infected herself with the liberal mindset in some (though not all) areas. Such an infection unfortunately usually spreads and in time turns the infected person into a full fledged liberal in conservative's clothing.

Ann Coulter has been on an anti-Newt rage the past few weeks, and last night on the Kudlow Report, she let slip what she really thinks about the GOP voters who have responded wildly to Newt on everything from the charge of racism by Juan Williams for being for Jobs rather than food stamps, to Newt's brilliant rebuttal to Scott Pelley on national security law. She thinks they are morons--or even worse in the world of Coulter, she thinks they're Democrats!

Ann was asked by Kudlow about Newt's invincibility as a debater, and she essentially ridiculed the audiences...