Ann Coulter Even Manages to Pi$$ Off Bill O’Reilly After Her Unhinged Tirade Against Newt (Video)

She’s lost it.
Ann Coulter continued her insane attacks against Newt Gingrich on the O’Reilly Factor. The one time conservative favorite told Bill that Mitt Romney, of Romneycare fame, is the most conservative Republican in the race for president (Huh?) Her arguments were so ridiculous that she even managed to pi$$ off Bill O’Reilly after a few minutes.

Ann, do yourself a favor and take a 9 month vacation in Ghana or Lesotho.

As Sarah Palin says, “Sometimes if your candidate loses you get your panties in a wad.”

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  • Missy8s

    Sorry Ann, I’m done with your bomb throwing and control freak issues.

  • CV1

    Ann, you’re absolutely correct.

  • bg
  • FurryGuy

    Ann, do yourself a favor and take a 9 month vacation in Ghana or Lesotho.

    Doing the horizontal mambo with yet another progressive would be cheaper than a 9 month vacation.

  • zelda

    She needs medication.

  • gus

    Jim are you a Gingrich man, now that your crush on Perry has been rebuffed????

  • FurryGuy

    Maybe it is just me, but all the supposed darlings (Coulter, Rove, Malkin) of the Right during the Bush 43 presidency are being shown as some of the most rabid supporters of the GOP Establishment Elite and their thinly veiled progressive ideas. On extended reflection it is obvious they haven’t changed their views, but people have been given a clear vision of what could be with the ideals and plans of the TEA Party.

  • tired of the b/s

    Coulter and Palin are both shrews. Just one does it East Coast style and one acts all folksy.

    Let the battle of the shrews begin.

  • tired of the b/s

    #7 FurryGuy, you mean like how the Tea Party supported Christie, and Scott Brown?

    How’s that working out for them now?

  • FurryGuy

    #6 January 23, 2012 at 8:11 pm
    gus commented:

    And if he is, what concern is it of yours? Is Mr. Hoft not allowed to have an opinion that differs from yours?

  • NC Mountain Girl

    Poor Ann. Once she gave herself airs that she is a graduate of the Ivy League Cornell Liberal Arts College while that pathetic, over the top Keith Olbermann is a graduate of Cornell Agricultural and Life Sciences College. Today Ann is picking her opinions straight off the floor of the chicken coop.

  • FurryGuy

    #9 January 23, 2012 at 8:14 pm
    tired of the b/s commented:

    As hard as you might find it to believe, I am not a supporter of the TEA Party either. The ideal was worthy, but it quickly was co-opted. I was vocal in my misgivings for such undiscerning support for both Christie and Scott Brown. One issue politics rarely ends up being a good thing.

    That I was mostly correct gives me very little comfort. I don’t hold others who vote their conscience in contempt because they don’t believe the same as I do. I most assuredly don’t call people who have a different opinion clueless or lemmings.

  • BurmaShave

    I wish O’Reilly had asked Ann if she would stay home and not vote if Gingrich receives the nomination against her wishes.

  • LaFong

    My what a Drama King.

  • Bubba

    Wow, RIP Coulter, you laughingstock. How to blow your credibility in just a couple of months. Look, idiot, it’s one thing to sound the warning alarm, and push the belief that Gingrich can’t beat Obama. But, man, she’s gone nuts with her over the top support of that greasy RINO Romney as the be all end all best thing since Reagan.

    What a tool.

  • Swifty

    >> panties in a wad

    Ann might be going commando as she goes rogue.

  • gus

    Furry, I asked Jim a question. Don’t I have the right to ask Jim a question.
    How is that YOUR business?

  • DarkRed

    How annoying and arrogant. Shut the F*** up

  • Jesusland

    Ann has never been wrong before, I suspect she may be onto something here as well.

  • FurryGuy

    #17 January 23, 2012 at 8:51 pm
    gus commented:

    You have every right to ask a question, most assuredly, but the way you phrased it came across as more accusatory than inquisitive, very interrogative.