I’m going for my last dental visit in two solid years of every two weeks–with some breaks for good behavior. I really really don’t like Ann Coulter. Wouldn’t like a liberal who was as nasty but don’t know of any.
Papers drop “liberals” for being offensive but Ann Coulter? Ain’t even funny. But unlike “Godless liberals,” her expression. she must have God on her side. Because she gets millions to be flat out nasty. And that’s gross.
If you wish to disparage Ann Coulter, feel free. If you wish to disparge me, remember I’m a humorless liberal, and I will use the expression that has been used so often on me “I have friends.”
Ann Coulter hasn’t lost any of her 100-plus newspaper clients, or the support of her syndicate, Universal Press Syndicate, despite her nasty remarks in her new book about 9/11 widows and her comment in an online interview implying that, perhaps, U.S. Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) should be “fragged.”
Why is Coulter keeping all her subscribers? “Ann’s client newspapers stick with her because she has a loyal fan base of conservative readers who look forward to reading her columns in their local newspapers,” Universal Director of Communications Kathie Kerr said in a statement, after being queried today by E&P.
Editors, she pointed out, have chosen not to run certain “Doonesbury” or “Boondocks” cartoons, which come from the liberal side of the spectrum.
The Universal columnist has also “joked” about killing other people, including Arabs, Muslims, and U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, and suggested that blowing up The New York Times building might be a good idea, especially if the reporters and editors were still inside.