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Internet Troll’s Questions Ignored by Ann Coulter, Goes Commando in Breitbart Comments Section

ann-coulter-thumbYou won’t want to miss the self-defeating intra-conservative circular-firing-squad in the comments section, inspired by this article about Ann Coulter. Apparently Coulter still has a talent for inflaming readers and entertaining audiences.

Question: Is Ann not right wing enough to satisfy some of the sore losers out there? Answer not needed, it’s not a serious question.

Coulter’s apparent disinterest in indulging a self-serving question from a radio-call-in listener (a peculiar self-appointed “Republican precinct committeeman” fetishist) inspired him to take his crackpot complaints to the article’s comments section. Not satisfied with annoying the disinterested Coulter (who had the good sense to not take it seriously) the radio-call-in guy took his tiresome laundry list of  “important unanswered questions”–to the comments section, to draw attention to himself for the next ten hours.  And a lot of unrelated comments, too. Very funny stuff. Here’s the article from Breitbart. Then check out the long, long chain of comments at the source page. 

Joel B. Pollak reports: Conservative columnist Ann Coulter entertained an audience of 400 at the University of Southern California on Sunday night at an event co-sponsored by the USC College Republicans and the Hancock Park Patriots, a local Tea Party group.

Fears of large and violent protests failed to materialize, as five peaceful demonstrators were the only presence outside the Ronald Tudor Campus Center.

Coulter spoke at length about crime, and the New York of the 1980s–to which, she joked, New Yorkers were about to return with leftist Bill de Blasio as mayor. (She is re-reading Tom Wolfe’s Bonfire of the Vanities to prepare, she joked.)

Though she has written about race and crime, she is an equal-opportunity critic–arguing, for instance, that accused murderer Amanda Knox was protected by the U.S. media because she is a “pretty white girl.”

There were plenty of macabre jokes to follow–including an extended riff on how several MSNBC hosts would each commit suicide (“Chris Matthews would bungle it…Al Sharpton would do it in such a way as to blame some poor white guy”). On a more serious note, she slammed MSNBC for attacking what they called “pro-rape Republicans” over the Jamie Lee Jones rape case, in which the victim’s claims were dismissed and she was ordered to pay the attorneys’ costs of her former employer, an American military contractor.

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Defending a controversial tweet, Coulter’s response to Word Police: “Screw ’em”

Great moment when Colmes asks Coulter “have you ever been wrong about anything?”

Hearing Ann argue her case–any case–is always entertaining. Her sense of humor and perspective is unshakable. Even her off-handed comebacks display confidence, virtuosity, and of course, salesmanship. When Coulter’s got a book out, she’ll pop up just about anywhere. When she’s writing a book, she disappears for months at  a time. Good to have her out stirring things up.

The clip is audio only, but it’s worth a few minutes. She’s making Colmes sweat. He refers to the offending word as the “R-word”. Priceless.

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Coulter Derangement Syndrome

Good item by Kathy Shaidle 

Mugged and Ann Coulter Derangement Syndrome, Part 2:

Arguing with Coulter-haters is futile because their reaction to her is visceral, not logical

Last week, I talked about Ann Coulter’s new book Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama .

Like all her books, this one is difficult to write about in a thousand words or less.

They’re always packed with quotable quotes, shocking discoveries from MSM archives, little-known historical nuggets — and infuriating stylistic tics like speed-bumping serious arguments with sarcastic, and sometimes obtuse, jokes.

So I’m back with more about Mugged, along with an investigation into what I call Coulter Derangement Syndrome, or CDS.

You know what I mean:Ann Coulter’s very existence sets millions of folks off.

Some of those people even call themselves conservative.

What’s that about?

And how does CDS impact the reception for, and potential impact of, Mugged?

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via PJ Lifestyle