To put it mildly, I am not impressed. But, for some reason, talk shows seem to want her to be a guest and she is still making the rounds. Don't ask me, why? I just know, I wouldn't have her on my show. Her "I want it my way or I'll take my ball and go home" attitude is wearing thinner and thinner as this campaign advances. And it's not just her, you can count talk-show host Rush Limbaugh as being among that same crowd.
Her latest tangential complaint is that there isn't any difference between John McCain and the two remaining Democrat candidates, and it is both asinine and insane. And she spends an inordinate amount of time, telling us that she plans to vote for Hillary.
Hillary is, shockingly enough, the most conservative candidate among the top three presidential candidates.
The Rev. Jerry Falwell once remarked that his people would rather vote for Beelzebub than Hillary Clinton.
He didn't mention John McCain.
Pat Buchanan says if McCain is the nominee, the Republican Party will lose its soul. I'm more worried about the Republican Party losing its mind.
Earth to Ann: George Bush was no true conservative and you supported him. How much money do you think he has spent with nothing to show for it?
I know the Dems would have us all believe Bush was a fascist, right-wing conservative neocon. We have heard it for the last seven years, from all of his detractors. But if we examine Bush's record on spending, we can see that he hasn't exactly been a model of a (so-called) Ronald Reagan conservative. So, you can see why I have to ask Ms Coulter, what gives?
So what if McCain can reach across the aisle once in a while, what's that mean? It means that the law of averages must be in play, because the law of averages dictates that one party cannot be wrong 100% of the time. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day. The truth is, not all Democratic ideas are insane. A lot of them are, but no one can claim total disaster (any more than one can claim moral and intellectual superiority).
The idea that everyone that wins the sacred Republican nomination must fit inside some little square box that she has drawn, is utterly ridiculous. She is not the party chief. She is but one voice that has the right to throw her vote away, so she can be right.
So in closing, I say this one last thing to Ms. Coulter:
Go ahead, vote for Hillary. And if Obama wins the nomination, vote for him. But save the " I'd rather have a Democrat screw the country up, more than a Republican", for the tavern. Someone there, just might believe you.