Has Coulter gone Crazy?

Ann Coulter spent an entire column defending Romneycare.

Apparently Mark Levin fisked it thoroughly in a 30 minute speech.  You’re missing the point, Mark.  The point is that his almost-convincing human disguise has been shucked off, revealing Mitt Romney’s true form.

All hail!

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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5 Responses to Has Coulter gone Crazy?

  1. SDH says:

    I’m a little surprised at Ann, I thought she was better than Frum, Brooks, Noonan et al.

    • wormme says:

      Yeah. I think IMAO is right that being outrageous is her thing. If she’s doing it in hopes of more sales, publicity, etc., hopefully it will backfire.

  2. Blake says:

    Been a while.

    Anyway, why am I not surprised the great and lowly WORMME is not a fan of Mitt Romney?

    Mitt Romney is touted as “electable” though I have yet to see any real argument for Mitt other than Romney is the “R” candidate.

    If Mitt is the nominee, I vote third party. I’m tired of the GOP expecting the conservative vote while offering nothing in return.

    • wormme says:

      I’m in a state that Obama will almost certainly lose. So I’m not planning on voting for Romney either, though I will if there’s any doubt. I like the idea of voting for Rosanne Barr of the Green Party. The idea is giving them enough funds to qualify for federal funding, which can only split the Left’s vote more in the future.

  3. MG says:

    All I got was her usual satire.

    I didn’t listen to Levin (and don’t usually), but I have seen other opinions; frankly they’re leaving me thinking more about the failure of education than her piece. (As an aside, even if you try and take her piece as rigid opinion… Unless you don’t understand the issue you shouldn’t need 30 minutes to rebut it like the link says Levin spent on it.)

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