She sounded just like I did in my rant about white trash on welfare at the dinner table tonight.
When I was Googling to find her exact quote I came across these juicy quotes.
The conservative commentator raised some eyebrows in a new interview with "The Insider" co-host Kevin Frazier.If Ann were less skinny, less blond and less female, I'd marry her tomorrow.
"I find it a little baffling when Americans get so gaga-eyed over a princess. In particular Lady Di, who was just this anorexic, bulimic narcissist," Coulter said.
Coulter, who was promoting her new book "Demonic: How The Liberal Mob Is Endangering America", has professed contempt for Diana and the Royal Family before.
In April, Coulter appeared on "The O'Reilly Factor" to call the late princess a "nitwit hussy" and said of the Royal Wedding: "It's totally embarrassing Americans cared about that."
She also said she was specifically going to be on a plane to France so she wouldn't have to watch William and Kate's nuptials.
Coulter did admit on her "Fox News" appearance that she looked up Kate Middleton and said, "She seems like a lovely woman, I feel sorry for the life she's signed on to."
From The View with Joy Behar:
HIRSCHHORN: In other words, the internet searches were in March. And then Caylee goes missing in June.If was stuck with Behar on a desert island, I'd seriously consider using her as fishing bait - keep her alive tied to a coconut tree while I snipped hook-sized pieces off her. Live bait always works better. What a hideous harpy!
BEHAR: So? You`re planning. You`re planning.
LUDWIG: She used it as an informal babysitter. And maybe it went awry.
HIRSCHHORN: But the question, Joy, is what was the tipping point? What put her over the edge?
LUDWIG: If there was a tipping point.
BEHAR: We`re covering this case every day. So maybe we`ll find out some truth tomorrow.
Thanks, guys, we`ll be right back.
BEHAR: In her new book, Ann Coulter likens liberals to an angry mob trampling all over the countryside. That`s funny. Last time I saw a mob of liberals they were in Woodstock and they were passed out in the grass. The book is called "Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America." And Ann Coulter joins me now. So the mob, huh?
ANN COULTER, AUTHOR: The mob.
BEHAR: The demonic liberals. Well, you know, I`m Italian and I`m a liberal. Does that mean I belong to two mobs?
COULTER: Well, that`s why I didn`t call the book "Mob." It took me forever to come up with the title, because "Mob" would really be a great title. The other great title I really wanted for it because I start with a scene from the Bible where Jesus drives the demons out of -- out of a possessed man, and he says, Jesus says to the possessed man, what is your name? Speaking to the demon. And the demon responds, my name is Legion. So Legion would have been a great title, but I thought only Christians would understand that.
COULTER: And "Mob" would sound like I`m talking about the mob.
BEHAR: No, Legion sounds like you`re talking about the American Legion.
COULTER: Right. Right. French Foreign Legion.
COULTER: The idea is that liberals are a mob, they have the psychological characteristics of the mob --
COULTER: Sometimes launching out into actual literal mobs. And mobs are always bad things.
BEHAR: But you know, I said to you when you were on "The View" the other day that the Tea Party is more of a mob than the liberals.
BEHAR: I don`t see the mob. You know, I --
COULTER: Well, look, just today you had -- was it today or yesterday? The union protesters in Wisconsin are disrupting Special Olympics so that they can protest the Republican governor.
BEHAR: I see. So a mob to you is a group of protesters.
COULTER: No, no, no, no. The first like third of the book is on the psychological mob. And that more has to do with how liberals argue, how they easily accept contradictions, how they create messiahs -- Obama, Clinton, JFK, RFK --
BEHAR: What about the Republican Party? They seem to create saints. Ronald Reagan.
COULTER: The closest one, which is the one I looked at, and this is more of a whitewashed memories now, would be Ronald Reagan. But A, it`s based on his record, not before he`s even done anything and just says hope and change, and oh, I`m having sex dreams about him.
BEHAR: But you know, I think that`s so unfair -- so unfair to Obama because Obama came in with a big problem from the Bush years. And you have to admit it. Admit it.
COULTER: No, but what I`m saying --
BEHAR: Admit it, Ann. Come on. Admit it.
BEHAR: Just admit that one thing and I`ll let you talk the rest of the time.
COULTER: No, because you`re going to trick me into talking about the economy again, and once again we`ll drive away the viewers.
BEHAR: I don`t want to talk about the economy. It`s too boring.
COULTER: But that`s not what I`m talking about, whether he inherited a problem. What I`m saying is, he hadn`t done anything yet. The love for Reagan, to the extent you`d call it love, is based on an eight-year record, not on a presidential campaign, point one.
But point two, as I describe in the book, I went through Lexis Nexis throughout the eight years of the Reagan administration. Reagan wasn`t even the most popular conservative his first year in office. His favorite newspaper, my newspaper, "Human Events," was attacking him so much that the "Washington Post" reported that Reagan met the editors and said, well, I`m still reading you guys but I`m liking it a lot less.
COULTER: Liberals drink Obama`s bathwater.
BEHAR: That`s so ridiculous.
COULTER: There have been articles about how women are having sex dreams about Bill Clinton. They are having -- in the "New York Times," Judith Warner, having sex dreams about Obama. And don`t act surprised by that.
BEHAR: So what? So what`s wrong with that?
COULTER: I promise you I am not having sex dreams about Dwight Eisenhower.
BEHAR: Yes, but I had them about President Taft.
BEHAR: You know how fat he was, President Taft? They had to make a special bathtub for him. Did you know that?
COULTER: Yes, I did.
BEHAR: You don`t want any fat guys in the White House.
COULTER: No, no, no, it`s part of what makes me think that a Chris Christie 2012 presidency could --
BEHAR: I know you love him, don`t you?
COULTER: Yes, I do.
BEHAR: I asked you on "The View --"
COULTER: He could use the Taft bathtub.
BEHAR: I asked you on "The View" if you were a chubby chaser because you love Christie so much. But you know, New Jersey`s starting to turn on him. He cut the education budget so severely. What, is he going to have Snooki as secretary of state when he`s president? Come on, nobody will be able to read anymore in New Jersey.
COULTER: He`s not going to have Snooki as the secretary of state. That is a mob technique of making up some story that has nothing to do with the facts.
BEHAR: Wait a second. As if you don`t. Give me a god -- give me a break here.
BEHAR: You make up so many things in this book. You make up so many things--
COULTER: Like what?
BEHAR: I`m plugging it while I`m yelling at you.
COULTER: Thank you. Good work.
BEHAR: That`s the kind of girl I am. I`m so nice.
COULTER: Thank you.
BEHAR: I mean, other things I found (ph) out (ph). Tea Party violence.
BEHAR: A brick was thrown through the window of the district office of Democratic Representative Louise Slaughter in Niagara Falls.
COULTER: I remember that. They don`t know who did it.
BEHAR: Oh, who did it. Not the Democrats. Not the liberals. She`s a Democrat.
COULTER: OK, but in the cases I give of liberals, for example, biting off a finger of a Tea Partier, there are eyewitnesses, they know who we`re looking for. When Kenneth Gladmey (ph) was beaten up at the Tea Party in St. Louis, they were six arrests. They were all SEIU guys. Just because a Democrat has a brick thrown through a window, there are a lot of bricks thrown through Republican congressional windows.
BEHAR: This is one of my favorites, though.
COULTER: We need a suspect or an actual arrest.
BEHAR: OK. Whatever. This is good. Representative James Clyburn said he received a fax with an image of a noose. I thought it said moose. I thought Sarah Palin must have sent it. But it says noose. That wasn`t nice. Somebody cut the gas line --
COULTER: But you don`t know who did it.
BEHAR: Oh, it`s all around the same time that they were protesting Obamacare.
COULTER: Oddly enough they`ve never actually traced such an attack back --
BEHAR: Oh, if it walks like a duck and it talks like a duck --
COULTER: No, no, no, no. In fact, I would say after all of the many, many false accusations of racism from Tawanna Brawley up to Duke lacrosse to claims that conservatives were yelling the N word 15 times at Democrats, all of them turning out to be false, I don`t believe the noose was sent by a conservative. I think you start with the presumption these days that the racist act is a hoax, and then, you know, if you produce proof, I`ll change my mind.
BEHAR: The thing that you do, Ann, is that you find what will support your argument and then you write a book about it.
COULTER: Well, of course I find what supports my argument.
BEHAR: You don`t have two points of view on the situation. No, you do not.
COULTER: No, I disagree. Look, I told you, I considered your point, which I think is the best point that can be made of whom conservatives would at all come close to worshiping like a messiah the way liberals worship Clinton, Obama, Hillary --
BEHAR: But it`s such a--
COULTER: I looked at it. I went through -- look, it takes me a week to go through eight years of Nexis to see how Reagan was being written about. And it`s simply not true. He was not treated as some sort of idol. It was always conservatives angry at him.
BEHAR: So it`s after the fact he`s being canonized now.
COULTER: Not that much.
BEHAR: Oh, come on, you cannot turn on a conservative personality (ph) on television without them quoting Ronald Reagan did this, did this, and did this. Even his son doesn`t canonize him the way Fox TV does.
COULTER: Look, some conservatives may have some mob attributes in a small way.
BEHAR: Oh, boy, what a concession.
COULTER: No, no, no, no. But like I say, we admire him for his record. It`s not that we want to have sex with him or drink his bathwater. And the other point is often Reagan is brought up because you`re contrasting him with the candidates we`re dealing with now.
BEHAR: This other thing --
COULTER: And it`s to say --
BEHAR: This other thing you said about Obama, people want to sleep him and President Clinton. Who would you rather? President Clinton or Mitch McConnell? Tell the truth.
COULTER: I actually think that -- I`ve never understood the thing with Bill Clinton. I think he is a butterball--
BEHAR: So you`d actually rather sleep with Mitch McConnell?
COULTER: No, that isn`t my choice.
COULTER: The two that I think are about the same are Newt Gingrich and Bill Clinton. I find them equally unsexual.
BEHAR: Oh, no. Wait a second.
COULTER: I find each of them saltpeter.
BEHAR: Newt Gingrich looks like Chucky.
COULTER: Yes, as does chubby Bill Clinton, whose greatest moments on the football field involved a saxophone. He was locked in his gym locker throughout high school. Those are always the politicians who cheat, by the way.
BEHAR: No, but Clinton has a certain side about him that`s kind of sexy. I can see it.
COULTER: Oh, and you told me you don`t create messiahs.
BEHAR: No, he`s not a messiah. He`s just a sex object.
COULTER: I promise you, no conservative would say that even about Reagan. And he was a movie star.
BEHAR: Well, he wasn`t that sexy though.
COULTER: My point is being proved.
BEHAR: I thought George Bush Jr. had some sex appeal. How do you like that? Stopped in her tracks.
COULTER: I promise you conservatives were not having sex dreams about him.
BEHAR: Well, maybe I do. You say that liberals belittle their opponents. But then you --
COULTER: No, no.
BEHAR: Yes, that`s what you say.
COULTER: No, I don`t. Because I belittle my opponents. I promise you I`ll cop to that. I ridicule them. No, what I say, and it`s not me, I`m ghosting Gustave Le Bon, the father of groupthink, describing--
COULTER: Gustave Le Bon.
BEHAR: Did you date him?
COULTER: He wrote this in 1896, and I`m old but I`m not that old. No, when he goes through -- that`s the first like third of the book, using his description of groupthink characteristics, the mob psychology, and comparing it to today`s liberals.
No, what he says is a mob will very quickly go from infatuation to hatred. They turn their leaders into messiahs. And they turn those they disagree with into enemies. That`s not -- you don`t belittle an enemy. You create hatred for an enemy.
BEHAR: I guess I see a mobster like Sharron Angle to me was a mobster. She`s provocative. She will cause a mob to--
COULTER: Sharron Angle, like so many things that get talked about in the mainstream media, I`m trying to think how to put this, Sharron Angle --
BEHAR: You know what she did? Let me tell you what she did to me.
COULTER: This point will be interesting to you. Sharron Angle, Sarah Palin, and the birthers are talked about more on the liberal networks than on the conservative networks.
BEHAR: Because they don`t want to go there on the conservative networks because they know they`re talking about some mental midgets over there.
COULTER: Whereas you all -- you all dis the great Chris Christie, ignore him, talk about that one little helicopter thing.
BEHAR: Oh, you mean -- where is he now, at a buffet? OK. Her book is called "Demonic: How the Liberals" -- that was wrong of me.
COULTER: I hope so.
BEHAR: I take it back. "The Liberal Mob is Endangering America." How about Ann Coulter is endangering America? We`ll be right back.
From Ann's website:
Of all the details surrounding the liberal mob attack on Glenn Beck and his family in New York's Bryant Park last Monday night, one element stands out. "No, it won't be like that, Dad," his daughter said when Beck questioned the wisdom of attending a free, outdoor movie showing in a New York park.I'm not a Beck fan. I'm just not a TV/radio talking-heads fan. They're all semi-educated and have come late to the truth. I just don't have the patience for their half-baked ideas...but there's no doubting that Beck's a decent man.
People who have never been set upon by a mob of liberals have absolutely no idea what it's like to be a publicly recognizable conservative. Even your friends will constantly be telling you: "Oh, it will be fine. Don't worry. Nothing will happen. This place isn't like that."
Liberals are not like most Americans. They are the biggest pussies on Earth, city-bred weaklings who didn't play a sport and have never been in a fight in their entire lives. Their mothers made excuses for them when they threw tantrums and spent way too much time praising them during toilet training.
I could draw a mug shot of every one of Beck's tormentors, and I wasn't there.
Beck and his family would have been fine at an outdoor rap concert. They would have been fine at a sporting event. They would have been fine at any paid event, mostly because people who work for the government and live in rent-controlled apartments would be too cheap to attend.
Only a sad leftist with a crappy job could be so brimming with self-righteousness to harangue a complete stranger in public.
A liberal's idea of being a bad-ass is to say vicious things to a conservative public figure who can't afford to strike back. Getting in a stranger's face and hurling insults at him, knowing full well he has too much at risk to deck you, is like baiting a bear chained to a wall.
They are not only exploiting our lawsuit-mad culture, they are exploiting other people's manners. I know I'll be safe because this person has better manners than I do.
These brave-hearts know exactly what they can get away with. They assault a conservative only when it's a sucker-punch, they outnumber him, or he can't fight back for reasons of law or decorum.
Ann, however, is a different kettle of fish. She's actually educated and she's funny as hell. I love her to bits.