Ann Coulter: I Would Prefer Ron Paul Over Newt Gingrich (Video)

What happened?
I leave the country for a week, and Ann Coulter loses her mind!

Appearing on Fox News Channel’s “Red Eye” last week, conservative firebrand and frequent courter of controversy, Ann Coulter told the panel that if the choice for the Republican presidential nominee came down to Texas Rep. Ron Paul or former House Speaker Newt Gingrich she would prefer Paul.
Really Ann?
Ology reported, via Free Republic:

Ann Coulter followed up that interview with another where she insulted tea partiers by claiming the tea party would prefer a candidate who would call Obama a Kenyan.

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  • Coulter is losing it.

  • bg


    and we should give a bats guano why??

    shut Laura Ingraham off today as she had Ann as
    a guest, here’s what Laura should have told her..

    STFU & WRITE!!


  • exceller

    I used to be a big fan of Ann Coulter. It’s sad to see that she has either lost her mind or has been a fraud up til now.

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  • Sickofobama

    How’s this sound: The Beck-Coulter Comedy Hour.

  • Chris in N.Va.

    Yuppers — nothing says “sane foreign policy” like ignoring – yea encouraging – a bunch of fanatical, apocalyptic, Armageddon-pursuing, death-to-the-infidel, suicide/martyrdom-embracing whackos with access to nuclear weapons.

    Rest in pieces, indeed…

  • Multitude

    Ann’s MO is to throw out extreme thought experiments to foster greater understanding on the assumptions we’re making in the framing of the discussion. It’s a useful technique as it uncovers flawed assumptions, bias and other non-neutral centerings of thinking.

    In this particular thought experiment, Coulter does advance an interesting contrast: Newt and Ron Paul *are* at opposite ends of the governmental spectrum. For Paul, there’s almost no legitimacy in government, whereas Newt sees government as the sole solution for everything. His relationship of government to business is for a “freer” marketplace, but when you look at his policy actions, he prefers an interventionist, activist government that creates “free marketplaces” through trade action, stimulus, tax incentives, and other big government measures. Combine this with his “social program idea of the day” and his desire to have government partnership with business and the running of government like it was a business, and you have a curious inverted parallel to the fascism that Obama seeks (where business is run by and like the government).

    Both approaches demand huge, centralized imperial hierarchies where the individual is rendered little more than a cog in the machine and only differ with the site of the sovereign: Papal Corporatism in the Church of Big Capital, or Imperial Progressivism in the Castle of the Progressive State.

  • havok

    I use to enjoy Ann, but she has lost her mind or is now a heavy drug user. She use to say she would never support a Pro-Choice candidate, yet she is totally in love with Christie who not only is pro-choice, but a global warming alarmist, and beleives SHaria Law have a place in our constitutional gov’t/courts.

    She said if the GOP choose Romney that he will lose badly to Obama.. (Yet now she is acting like Romney was her guy from the start).

    As for Ron Paul??? I would vote for Obama before I voted for Paul…and since I wouldn’t vote for Obama even with a gun to my head….well that kinda tells ya Pauls chances.

  • averagemelon

    Newt is an Opportunist and Ron is a fanatic.

    It was always supposed to be Palin….the Tea Partier’s had it right in 2009.

  • eaglewingz08

    So Ann would support someone who claims to be the father of the Tea Party, Ron Paul, you know those people whom she just last week was claiming to all be birthers and seeking to support someone only if they call Obama a Kenyan, rather than the father of the Republican Revolution? Ann seems to be throwing a tantrum, if Chris Christie isn’t running I’ll make sure whoever runs will be defeated so that I can say Nyah,Nyah, Nyah, Nah, you didn’t pick my candidate, so you’re stuck with another four years of Obama. What petulance and arrogance. This is very sad. Maybe Ann is looking for a spot on MSLSD instead of Fox? I hear the pay and the audience is larger there. NOT.

  • don abernathy

    To Believe Newt is a small government conservative Republican ya gotta drink an awful lot of Kool-Aid. Don’t worry though …Barry’s crew don’t look like they drinkin’ as much as they used to.


  • Jim, Chill out. She didn’t lose her mind because you left. She lost her mind when she started stalking moderate Chris Christie.

    Some people talk because they have to say something. Others talk because they’ve got something to say. AC doesn’t fit into that last category.

  • BuddyG

    Ginning-up “controversy” to promote another book ?

  • RedBeard

    Coulter is only doing what she always does. Her style is to be as outrageous as possible, in order to get things stirred up. It’s a sort of sport, I believe.

    She has to be loud to get noticed, because she’s so skinny that when she turns sideways, she disappears. If she sticks out her tongue, she looks like a zipper. Probably has to run around in the shower in order to get wet. How’s that for substantive argument?

  • Coulter has said several strange things over the past few months.

  • MN Jim

    I think Ann was being sarcastic, but sometimes she just needs to put a sandwich in her mouth.

  • gary gulrud

    I too used to think Coulter was sharp, perhaps the most agile mind on the Right, but I always knew her to be a gadfly, a bombthrower of agitprop.

    Now I see when pressed into service as an apologist she is utterly clueless. Romney the solid conservative, sworn to repeal Obamacare, TEA party are birthers, …

    A Jenny Rubin style journo-skank.

  • Coulter gig is to sell-books……..nothing more …………I don’t look to Miss Coulter for advise on whom to vote for………just sayin

  • bg
  • In defense of Coulter, Paul is a small government conservative. His foreign policy is irrational at best. No argument. But he’s dead on correct about fiscal issues and NONE of the other candidates are being honest or serious when it comes to reducing the size of government. For all his great lines and clear intelligence, Newt is a big government guy and a beltway operator. All you had to do was see how he opposed the tea party candidate in that upstate NY race a few years ago for a RINO who supported the Democrats. He agreed with Pelosi on global warming. That’s why she said she’d support Paul, because whatever you think of Paul he has been consistent in his conservative principals and Newt has not. At all.

    She also said Paul is not her choice, She was talking about if she had to pick between the two. She has been a Romney supporter.

  • WillofLa

    Even though Ann does stand by conservative positions, we have to understand that she is human after all. That does not excuse her positions she takes sometimes, but just read her books and there isn’t a single thing that anyone can fault her on any position she takes there. She is a conservative through and through. Even though many just plain don’t understand her support of Chris Christy, governor of New Jersey, and now this, we on the right are scratching our heads trying to figure out where she is coming from.

    You have to try real hard to stand in her shoes and understand where she is coming from what with her family, her relationships, her profession, she is a top knotch constitutional attorney, and expert in all things government, even more than Gingrich since she never made a deal with a Democrat in her life, and Gingrich has many times. So the truth of the matter is, she doesn’t surrender her principles for the sake of fame and position, Gingrich has, and many times I may add. Gingrich is a crony. He’s also a politician. He has been in top leadership roles where the pressure was on to confront a very powerful and connected President, Clinton, and deal with who he was and the power he had to destroy you as Clinton tried to do several times during his term as speaker. Clinton failed. But Ann has had radicals throw pies in her face at book signings and she had no where to go to get away. Instead she stayed and finished her book signing and took it knowing it was just a liberal nut job who got in. Don’t think for a second that someone of her fame doesn’t have body guards. She does, you just don’t see them until you try to do something. Otherwise she would have been dead a long time ago.

    Gingrich has some serious problems when it comes to turning his back on conservative and Constitutional positions he should take, and instead made deals in order to not have to have unwanted controversy about some disagreement he would have had with Democrats if he hadn’t made a deal. He is a deal maker, and unfortunately when that chips are down. He’s done it with ObamaCare, he’s done it with Cap and Trade, and he did it with taxes when he turned against the conservatives in Congress who were trusting him to stand firm, and he didn’t. Gingrich’s problem is he blows it when the situation calls for stability.

    Paul is a fruit cake. Ann knows it, and isn’t afraid to say it. But Paul does have his positions that he has a history of standing firm when everyone else was caving in to Democrat pressure around him. Paul has some bad ideas when it comes to our military, and our positions with Muslims. He can’t be trusted not to do something that would endanger this nations security to be able to throw back any attack from Islamists. I have a real problem with that. Ann may know something about Paul that we may not be aware of. She does travel in some high circles you know. There may be some things about Pauls position towards our military that we may not be aware of, but until I see that I have to think he’s a national security threat.

    I can see her position on Paul and Gingrich that would put Paul ahead of Gingrich, but like I said until Paul shows me he would change his mind on our national security and our borders and our military, I couldn’t support Ann’s position on Paul right now. Is Paul more conservative than Gingrich? Let’s just say Gingrich expresses his conservatism differently than Paul. But isn’t that what we’re all up against in this election? We don’t know who to vote for because there are to many things that separate each candidate from each other that is not significant enough to cast that candidate out altogether and accept the other. The differences are not significant enough to change our minds on any one candidate, and I wish there was because it would make choosing a candidate easier. Poor Ann, she’s probably stepped in it again.

  • Gary F

    East Coast Republicans are rallying around the establishment pick. Good luch these are the same folks that brought us John McCain. Romney has also indicated that he is not interested in attacking Obama.

    The Tea Party wants someone who will challenge the BS being brought forth by the Admin. We are interested in truth. One of the biggest reason I like listening to Rush is that he says the things I have been yelling at the TV for years.

    Anne has been hanging out with the HBO ex comic / liberal hack too much.

  • Joe College

    Here’s Ron Paul at work as a major bullsh** artist. He’s on Leno. At minute 2:30 Leno asked him what role the government should legitimately play. At 3:10 Ron Paul is about the mention the words “national defense” — but he slurs the words “national defense” so that nobody can clearly hear him! He purposelessly slurs the words “national defense” so he doesn’t have to go there!

    It’s on the first video (scroll down) from this Paul supporting blog which, incidentally, has some decent economic analysis…

    It seems to me Ron Paul is now under protection from the Obama media just like Romney. Just as they want to run against Romney, they want Paul boosted to help define the GOP. Has the media ever asked Paul if he is going to cut any popular entitlements? He he even tried to stop illegal immigration? No. They treat him with respect.

    The way Obama thinks, he would love Ron Paul as an opponent. That way he can kickstart some funding sources which have dried up.

    The fact that Ron Paul is wrong is not the major issue with me. The fact that he is a little bit crazy is more so. But the fact that he is an out and out liar is intolerable.

    And by the way, about those overseas bases. They are worth their weight in gold. Remember what Patton said about not wanting to pay twice for the same real estate? Well, that’s exactly what we would have to do if we give them up.

    Ron Paul is so quick to say we should give up our defenses. Hes he ever suggested cutting federal welfare first? Or the education dept? I don’t think so. He’s just another flavor of an entrenched politician.

  • mcc

    Hey, Ann — take a dose of sanity from someone we all admire.

    That would be Thomas Sowell:

    Romney is a smooth talker, but what did he actually accomplish as governor of Massachusetts, compared to what Gingrich accomplished as Speaker of the House? When you don’t accomplish much, you don’t ruffle many feathers. But is that what we want?

    Can you name one important positive thing that Romney accomplished as governor of Massachusetts? Can anyone? Does a candidate who represents the bland leading the bland increase the chances of victory in November 2012? A lot of candidates like that have lost, from Thomas E. Dewey to John McCain.

  • Sha Sene

    Gingrich is not “left”

    HE is a coalition builder like REAGAN, yes REAGAN

    His policies you are attacking now are REAGANS….immigration, foreign policy , economics and yes even a bigger State department to do the job of influencing nations WITHOUT STARTING A WAR… both Bush’s and Obama.

  • Sha Sene

    ….like both Bush’s and Obama did

    Republicans weren’t the war mongers until the Bush’s showed up.

    Not a single war in the 20th century was brought to us by Republican until Daddy Bush took us to Iraq then W took us back
    All other wars were brought to you by liberal Democrats

  • CT

    Ann’s pyrotechnics have burnt her and left permanent damage this time around. Ron Paul is an ignoramus and any acceptance of him even for political argument is a metaphysical disqualifier.

  • Rose

    Ann Coulter’s mind has been gone AT LEAST all this year!

    It is one thing to stress how badly Newt is NOT THE ONE! SO NOT THE ONE!

    But to suggest that Ron Paul would be BETTER?

    Why do that to the COLUMN and her own reputation? Why not name the name of someone she would LOVE to see win, an outlandish wish.

    Alfred Hitchcock comes to mind. Rod Serling!

    Seriously. John Bolton, Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, David Barton, Jim deMint…C’MON folks! SOMEONE!

  • Rose

    #8 HAVOK – AMEN! Amen and Amen!!!

  • mamagriz68

    Does anyone even take her seriously anymore?

  • Rose

    #25 December 20, 2011 at 12:31 pm
    Sha Sene

    HA HA HA! So tell yourself!

    Watch as Newt has challenged Kerry to a “Lincoln Douglas” Debate on Global Warming – in 2007 – and then shows up as John Wilkes Booth, himself.

    Boy does Newt love himself some “Lincoln Douglas” IMAGERY!

    Haw Haw Haw!!!

    FOX SCRUBBED IT but I saw the 45 AIR TIME MINUTES of him promoting him some McCain Kennedy SHAMNESTY while he laughed at Sean and Southern Border Security – laughing as he AGREED WITH ALAN COLMES that SHAMNESTY is the only “PRAGMATIC” WAY TO GO!

    I’ll tell you what Newt can do with His Pragmatic Way to Go! All the way to “Chappaquiddick”!

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  • d_fitz

    Coulter has hers. She’s telling us to all screw ourselves and laughing all the way to the bank.

  • Truth

    If you like Ron Paul, except for foreign policy, watch this

    Regarding Coulter’s comments: It’s good to see that not all neo-cons are brainwashed.

  • No Way

    Gingrich is a globalist traitor.

    Just more big government, amnesty for illegals, pre-emptive war, carbon taxes, government health care… NO THANKS!

  • burt

    She likes the Obama synophant, Chris Christie. She is completely out in Ga-ga land. You have to have a brain to loose it, and she never had one.

  • Craig

    You are the ones who lost their mind. If anyone but Ron Paul gets the nominee, it is over for this planet.

    Every other candidates are for WWIII, they all want to bomb Iran. China, Russia and Pakistan said they would side with Iran if it’s attacked. That means that WWIII will be a NUCLEAR war. Have you all lost your mind?

    And will you side with the corruption of your elections like Brandstad, the Iowa Governor?
    He urges voters to ignore result if Ron Paul wins. I guess you will, you have become as corrupted as your country.

    Branstad’s Act Of Sabotage An Outrageous Attempt To Tamper With Election Process

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  • wolf

    Time to change your maxipads, Anne. The overflow is leaking into your brains and you seem to be suffering early stages of toxic shock.

  • Nanna

    I forgot one of my rules..”Never, never think too much of a celebrity, they will most certainly let you down.
    I have a full set of Ann Coulter books for sale now.

  • Ann Coulter Is getting on my last nerve.

  • RedBeard

    Craig, put down the Jimson weed before you hurt yourself.

    Everyone opposing nutty old Ron Paul wants WWIII? Good grief.

    And a governor offering his opinion is somehow “tampering” with the election process? It’s an OPINION, something a governor is actually allowed to have regarding political races.

    If I knew nothing about Ron Paul at all, and had to judge him based solely upon his supporters like Craig and Alex Jones, that would be enough to steer me away from him.

  • Gary Ogletree

    Ann is a fool.

  • bg


    Rose #31 December 20, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    sorry, i’m an “in context” type thinker,
    can’t watch “chopped liver” so to speak…


  • bg


    Craig #37 December 20, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    no Craig, we are not for WWIII.. what we’re not for is getting NUKED by
    Iran or any other Islamic Atomic state that holds absolutely no value for
    life in the name of Allah whatsoever..


  • crackermike

    Hey Ann Coulter, Obama’s Paternal Grandmother said unequivacably that Obama was a Kenyan, said it on British telly watched by me.. Said she was present as a witness as Obama was born in some stinkin’ Kenyen hovel. So you think I want Obama’s Nanna for POTUS? Shut up and eat some FOOD, your blood sugar must be hovering around 35.

  • bg


    btw, the candidate most “in tune” with Obama is Paul, go figure..


  • Multitude

    Per Sha Sene and other appeals to Reaganism, I met Reagan when I was in high school. He was a telegenic, charismatic individual and a meaningful representation of conservative populism.

    He was also a big government socially conservative economic liberal, of the tradition of moderate progressivism. One unfortunately has to have moved past the socially constructive Republican Party narratives and mythologies and have a familiarity with what Reagan actually advocated and advanced in policy, not televised speeches. Desiring another Reagan, Lincoln, FDR or Washington does nothing to deal with the real problems we have of a morbidly obese Federal government that intends to drag down the nation in complicity with feudal economic elites, unions and Marxist radicals who seek the inevitable collapse.

  • Paz

    Coulter likes Paul better than Newt because she agrees with him about everything except his foreign policy.

  • Alana

    Yeah, there’s something wrong with her lately. I would say (and I don’t follow her that closely) at least since the time she was going all berzerko over Chris Christie.

  • Little David Puddy

    Obama’s NOT a Kenyan?

  • capt. obvious

    Ann has been dating / screwing so many Democrats. In her personal life
    That it was only a matter of time before she started taking on their rhetoric through osmosis.

    Like Monica Lewinsky, I guess Ann’s been dying to try on a slinky blue dress.

  • Coulter’s been very strange lately. Either she isn’t getting enough attention, or someone’s blackmailing her.

  • bg


    ht Rush Limbaugh

    The Past and the Present

    by Thomas Sowell
    December 20, 2011

    If Newt Gingrich​ were being nominated for sainthood, many of us
    would vote very differently from the way we would vote if he were
    being nominated for a political office.

    What the media call Gingrich’s “baggage” concerns largely his personal
    life and the fact that he made a lot of money running a consulting firm
    after he left Congress. This kind of stuff makes lots of talking points that
    we will no doubt hear, again and again, over the next weeks and months.

    But how much weight should we give to this stuff
    when we are talking about the future of a nation?

    This is not just another election and Barack Obama​ is not just another
    president whose policies we may not like. With all of President Obama’s
    broken promises, glib demagoguery and cynical political moves, one
    promise he has kept all too well. That was his boast on the eve of the
    2008 election: “We are going to change the United States of America.”

    Many Americans are already saying that they can hardly recognize the
    country they grew up in. We have already started down the path that
    has led Western European nations to the brink of financial disaster.

    Internationally, it is worse. A president who has pulled the rug out from
    under our allies, whether in Eastern Europe or the Middle East, tried to
    cozy up to our enemies, and has bowed low from the waist to foreign
    leaders certainly has not represented either the values or the interests
    of America. If he continues to do nothing that is likely to stop terrorist-
    sponsoring Iran from getting nuclear weapons, the consequences can
    be beyond our worst imagining.

    Against this background, how much does Newt Gingrich’s personal life
    matter, whether we accept his claim that he has now matured or his
    critics’ claim that he has not? Nor should we sell the public short by
    saying that they are going to vote on the basis of tabloid stuff or media
    talking points, when the fate of this nation hangs in the balance.

    Even back in the 19th century, when the scandal came out that Grover
    Cleveland​ had fathered a child out of wedlock – and he publicly admitted
    it – the voters nevertheless sent him to the White House, where he
    became one of the better presidents.

    Do we wish we had another Ronald Reagan​? We could certainly use
    one. But we have to play the hand we were dealt. And the Reagan
    card is not in the deck.

    While the televised debates are what gave Newt Gingrich’s candidacy
    a big boost, concrete accomplishments when in office are the real test.
    Gingrich engineered the first Republican takeover of the House of
    Representatives in 40 years — followed by the first balanced budget
    in 40 years. The media called it “the Clinton surplus” but all spending
    bills start in the House of Representatives, and Gingrich was Speaker
    of the House.

    Speaker Gingrich​ also produced some long overdue welfare reforms,
    despite howls from liberals that the poor would be devastated. But
    nobody makes that claim any more.

    Did Gingrich ruffle some feathers when he was Speaker of the House?
    Yes, enough for it to cost him that position. But he also showed that
    he could produce results.

    In a world where we can make our choices only among the alternatives
    actually available, the question is whether Newt Gingrich is better than
    Barack Obama — and better than Mitt Romney​.

    Romney is a smooth talker, but what did he actually accomplish as
    governor of Massachusetts, compared to what Gingrich accomplished
    as Speaker of the House? When you don’t accomplish much, you
    don’t ruffle many feathers. But is that what we want?

    Can you name one important positive thing that Romney accomplished
    as governor of Massachusetts? Can anyone? Does a candidate who
    represents the bland leading the bland increase the chances of victory
    in November 2012? A lot of candidates like that have lost, from Thomas
    E. Dewey to John McCain.

    Those who want to concentrate on the baggage in Newt Gingrich’s past,
    rather than on the nation’s future, should remember what Winston
    Churchill​ said: “If the past sits in judgment on the present, the future
    will be lost.”
    If that means a second term for Barack Obama, then it
    means lost big time.


  • Molon Labe

    Ron Paul is crazy. Newt is a liar and incoinsistent. I’d hate to see either one any where near the WH.

  • workingclass artist

    Coulter didn’t just jump the shark she knit the shark a sweater.

  • Interesting

    Truth commented: If you like Ron Paul, except for foreign policy, watch this:
    (end quote)

    I did, thank you.

    What this philosophy of Ron Paul and his followers fails to take into account is that there is anything MORE at work in the hearts and minds of America’s enemies than “BLOWBACK” from the USA doing covert missions against unfriendly countries. They assume that if the USA pulls out troops that all the “blowback” (ALL WAR) stops and therefore everything gets all peaceful for the USA and the world.

    But the Islamic fundamentalist terrorists are all globalist dominionists in their philosophy.. just as the Communist ideals are and the Nazi ideals once were. They think they are taking over the earth.. in this case for their allah, just as Communism is taking it over for Communist ideals and Nazis for the Master Race.

    Each of these “Gobal Dominion philosophies” (or theologies) are permanently at war with all the people on planet earth which disagree with them and want to live another way in their own form of freedom and peace and seeking their own way. This will continue to be the problem whether there are covert operations with their attendant blowback or not. There is MORE to it than mere Blowback against covert missions as this youtube seems to think. That is far too simplistic thinking. The WAR is not blowback alone.. it may be a component of it, but it is not the key to stopping the warring.

    And now the Islamic Fundamentalists say that the USA is going to turn into a Sharia compliant, Islamic state, one day. They work toward that as their ultimate goal. Their prophet said all the world will come under their boot one day, either converting to Islam OR paying them tribute. And these fanatics truly believe this. If the USA withdraws, then the USA will be helping them toward their ultimate global dominion goal. Because, contrary to Ron Paulers, they will not stop then and be peaceful.

    Look at the ‘Arab Spring’ experiment.. is peace the result of the removal of proWesterners and proWestern influences? This is also an example of what happens with Ron Paul “withdrawl-from-the-West-interfering-in-their-countries/conflict” thinking.. the end result is more ground for the global dominionists, not more peace.. more war and oppression of people. Pragmatically, this philosophy does not work.

    Let us watch now that the USA has withdrawn from Iraq as the terrorists wanted. What will happen now the USA is out? Will these terrorists actually play nice and all go peaceful there in Iraq? Will everyone hug each other and sing Kum-bye-ya? Watch how the policies of Ron Paul (and Obama, they are right, bg, they are more “in tune” than people realize) will work in this proxy.. how it would work if there were a withdrawl of US troops from everywhere.. as we just did in the Iraqi theater. I think we should find this most instructive.. as we have close to a year to watch which way it would work should the US go that way in a wholesale way under Ron Paul’s leadership.

    Truth, I think you and the Ron Paul supporters will be amazed as we watch both the Arab Spring results.. and Iraq, too.. as I am very sure that soon we will see not peace, but war, due to the USA leaving/losing ground there in those regions. The US influence was by and far for the good.. as even the Syrians are saying how they miss George W. Bush!!! Drudge headline today: SYRIAN PROTESTERS — WE MISS BUSH! links to:

    Let us watch these Ron Paul/Obama experiments in appeasement and withdrawl before we give over wholesale to such lies and simplistic thinking of those who cannot see clearly the threat we are up against… which is all out WAR by a philosophy of global dominion and NOT “Blowback” from a few covert operations.

  • waicool

    the crime here is Ann Coulter has ignited a shiatstorm within the party which isn’t good for the party nor is it good for the country or the republican’s chances of dominating the 2012 elections. the libs are delighted to see Ann’s carpet bomb campaign against her own people.

  • Interesting

    In the end, the earth WILL experience where each person walks in their OWN ways.. and we worshippers of the God of the Bible will walk in the LORD’s ways:

    Mic 4:5 For all people will walk every one in the name of his god, and we will walk in the name of the LORD our God for ever and ever.

    They are welcome to walk in the way of their god allah.. or whatever other way they wish to walk in and whatever other god they wish to serve.. and WE will walk in the way of the Lord, forever and ever.

    THAT is the only way of peace.
    It is the only way of Freedom.
    It is the only thing which makes sense to ALL of mankind.
    Freedom of religion, of thought.. of following the way you feel is best.
    It’s Biblical. And it is RIGHT.
    It is also what America has always stood for.
    God Bless the USA!!

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  • Old Coach

    Is Ann the fool or are we the ones who were fooled into thinking she was a principled person? Maybe both. Like I posted once before, I’m glad I have only bought one of her books and REALLY glad it was at a discount book store.

  • FurryGuy

    So now we have both Ms. Coulter and Mr. Beck who believe their opinion and views on politics are the only correct Republican way of thought. Anything else they declaim is heresy and is to be stamped out in the freedom of conformity to their rigid worldview.

  • Aitch748

    Coulter might just as well have decided that Obama was preferable to Gingrich.

    Sometimes you can go too far to make a point.

    And personally I’ve had it with the GOP for ripping apart (and standing by while allowing to be ripped apart) people on their own side, while always insisting that we can’t be too rough when the target is Obama or any other Democrat. This now includes Ann Coulter. If the GOP is going to join the Left in tearing down anybody who might actually improve things in DC, then what reason do we have to vote for the GOP’s preferred candidate?

  • Marmo

    That’s too bad. Coulter appears to be jumping the shark.

  • Interesting

    Truth.. I watched yours.
    You watch mine:

  • Tjexcite

    Just how big of government would a Ron Paul presidency be. He would not be going on $4 million dollar vacations on tax payers dime. The whole executive branch would be 50 people and the old dusty Constitution.

    Most would take than as a restart to know the proper place government should be and start growing it all over again with real limits. Over the grow even bigger from the right. Just how big would a Newt Presidency be. The government would be about the same size as under Bush when Ron would want it under Lincoln or Washington.

  • bg


    Ron Paul = Great Expectations :ala: Barack Obama = War is Over

    no one thinks of consequences, never mind how they’ll literally
    accomplish their goals vs the 2 other branches of the gov, also
    not to mention “we the people”..

    sorry, but i’m not in favor of anyone who cannot see past his own
    ideological make-up.. we are living in the 21st century.. iow: stare
    reality in the face, not blindly fall back to 1776.. besides, it’ll never
    happen, and if anyone knows this, it has got to be Ron Paul..


  • bg


    #66 December 20, 2011 at 4:13 pm bg

    oops, 1787, 1776 was the declaration of Independence.


  • FurryGuy

    #57 December 20, 2011 at 3:01 pm
    waicool commented:

    Ms. Coulter belatedly jumped on the bandwagon and did what the presumptive candidates have been doing to each other for quite some time at the GOP debates.

    Coulter and Beck, a new Vaudeville act. Too bad it ain’t funny. Not one dang bit.

  • Interesting


    They BOTH believe in withdrawl of US troops to one extent or another and letting the Middle East sort out their own problems.

    How is that policy working out for the people there? How is it working out for the world?

    It is like the police decide they don’t need to be there anymore.. work out the issues with organized crime bosses moving into your neighborhoods yourselves.

    It isn’t pretty, practical or pragmatic.
    As you say.. times have changed. It isn’t 1787 anymore.
    America just cannot put its head in the sand and let the world go by.
    Once, they could (in 1787) but now.. not so much.

    It affects us all, one day.
    Just wait til they start getting and using nuclear weapons.
    Obama’s admin said no, they won’t let them get them.
    But when did they LAST tell the truth?
    And what happens if they “accidentally” do?

    They DID say they would use them against the USA you know.
    The Iranians boasted trained suicide bombers to come to the USA and use the nukes.. or don’t folks remember those comments when they were made?

    Are we willing to cross our fingers and HOPE they were bluffing..
    it is a whole new concept of HOPE and change.
    We HOPE they were bluffing.. and they changed their minds between the time they said they would do that to the USA and now when they have the nukes and CAN.
    Just wait.. it will put a whole new spin on the campaign slogan.. yes.. they CAN!

    Show me how they could stop such smuggling in through the Mexican borders.
    Once they have the weapons and they say they have the intent..
    what will stop them?
    Staying home.. withdrawing from the conflict.. that will appease them?
    Dream on.. Ron Paul and Obama supporters.

  • FurryGuy

    Ever since the 2008 debacle Republicans and the GOP Elites have been adopting a perversion of McCain’s losing strategy; attacking fellow party members while affecting a weird milquetoast attitude towards the War on America Obama and the Dems have been waging.

  • Island Girl

    This campaign is really showing people’s true colors .

    Sing it Cindy !

  • FurryGuy

    If Ron Paul is the Cure, I’d much prefer the Disease.

  • #62 bing………….the only person that benfits from this ripping each other apart and mud-slinging……………….is Obama…………..just sayin

  • bg


    Interesting #69 December 20, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    picture this..

    clowns to the East, jokers to the South..

    (then there’s India, Pakistan, China, &
    North Korea, not to mention Kenya) 🙄

    this just in:

    Top general says Iran shouldn’t ‘miscalculate our resolve’

    Panetta refuses to rule out military strike
    on an Iranian nuclear weapons program


  • bg


    oh the irony yet again.. Gingrich appears to be the
    only candidate who is not slinging mud, go figure..


  • bg
  • Teddy

    ann has been given drugs.

  • L.E. Liesner

    Ann Coulter has turned into a Northeast Republican, otherwise known as a “warmed over Democrat”. Lots of conservative talk with the liberal walk.

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  • annonymous

    Paul is a menace. Anyone who supports him is also a menace.

  • I am Legion

    Rep. Paul’s ideals concerning national security & foreign policy are questionably alarming. But who has a better plan to prevent our default or the devaluation of the US dollar?

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  • [email protected]

    I’m still in Perry’s corner, which is looking better again by the day. Coulter sucked up for Romney in ’08 and she’s doing it again. I quit listening to her then and never came back. Coulter is about Coulter, period. Her ethics are questionable. What conservative woman worth her salt lives with a porn king or goes on a date with a rabid lefty like Bill maher? Pfffft!! Coulter is a featherhead and should not be taken seriously at all. In fact, she’s starting to creep me out.

  • SorryAnnButYouAreSilly

    So she tells us to hold our noses and vote for McCain, then she pushed hard for Romney, now suddenly she’s concerned that Newt is a RINO? Get it together Ann.

  • SorryAnnButYouAreSilly

    Atleast Bachman and Santorum are conservatives.

  • oldguy

    I am going to have my own private book-burning of all my Coulter books- It should be a good blaze, as I have every one of them.

  • bigL

    I think it all boils down to tht she has a book coming out. knows people are fascinated by goof-ballery and is touting her new book. Which is about znay stuff on thecampaign trail

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