Coulter: "You've been a great crowd, thanks for coming, remember Keith Olbermann is a girl, I'll take questions, and remember Keith Olbermann is a girl."

Jillian Bandes
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Posted: Feb 20, 2010 12:18 PM
That was the farewell from conservative "it" girl Ann Coulter at her noontime CPAC address. It consisted entirely of one-liners.

On Scott Brown's election:
What a difference a year makes.... the fact that a Republican is the end of the late Sen. Kennedy has made him roll in his grave, probably spilling his drink.
On President Obama:
The best thing we know about him is that he is one of the least dangerous people named Hussein.
On President Clinton:
Clinton's attempt to socialize health care was the second most disguting thing he did in the Oval Office. I can't remember what the first thing was.
On health care:
I'm likely in favor of national health care if it would require all Democrats to get their heads examined.
On job creation:
Sarah Palin has created more jobs than Obama has. She created eleven jobs at the AP just fact checking for the Palin autobiography.
On John Edwards and Joe Biden:
Why couldn't Obama have picked someone respectable as his running mate, like John Kerry did? But even Edwards has already accomplished more than Joe Biden did. Edwards may go down as the man who got the National Enquirer its first Pulitzer Prize.
On cap-and-trade:
The downside of cap-and-trade is that if it passes, your energy bill will go through the roof, and the upside is that DC will see snow again.
On Michelle Obama:
Ironically, since Obama was first elected, for the first time in my life, I'm sometimes not proud of my country.
Coulter, of course, enjoyed a larger audience than anyone else at CPAC.