Ann Coulter Will Campaign For Hillary Clinton…
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter says she will campaign for Hillary Clinton if John McCain is nominated the 2008 Presidential Candidate for the Republican Party.
I’d rather deal with President Hillary than with President McCain. With Hillary, we’ll get the same ruinous liberal policies with none of the responsibility.
Also, McCain lies a lot, which is really more a specialty of the Democrats.
Recently, McCain responded to Mitt Romney’s statement that he understood the economy based on his many years in the private sector by claiming Romney had said a military career is not a “real job.”
McCain’s neurotic boast that he is the only Republican who supported the surge is beginning to sound as insane as Bill Clinton’s claim to being the “first black president” — although less insulting to blacks. As with the Clintons, you find yourself looking up such tedious facts as this, which ran a week after Bush announced the surge:
“On the morning of Bush’s address, Romney endorsed a troop surge.” — The National Journal, Jan. 13, 2007
And yet for the 4 billionth time, at the Jan. 5, 2008, Republican debate, McCain bragged about his own raw courage in supporting the surge despite (apocryphal) Republican attacks, saying: “I said at the time that Gen. Petraeus and his strategy must be employed, and I was criticized by Republicans at that time. And that was a low point, but I stuck to it. I didn’t change.”
A review of contemporaneous news stories about the surge clearly demonstrates that the only Republicans who were so much as “skeptical” of the surge consisted of a few oddball liberal Republicans such as Sens. Gordon Smith, Norm Coleman and Olympia Snowe.
Jed Babbin has more on The Anti-Conservative.
More… According to The Hill, democrats are saying the Senator McCain nearly abandoned the Republican Party back in 2001.