Ann Coulter: Romney Will Lose in 2012 But Let’s Nominate Him Again in 2016 (Video)

At CPAC 2012 Ann Coulter said Romney will lose in 2012.
“If we don’t run Christie, Romney will be the nominee and we’ll lose.”

But that was 0212.

Now Ann Coulter is pushing Mitt Romney to run again in 2016.

Real Clear Politics has the transcript:

HOWIE CARR, HOST: Who are you for, for president right now, Ann?

ANN COULTER: Well, don’t tell him but I’m planning on giving Mitt Romney a little more time to rest — flying out, kidnapping him and depriving him of sleep, food and water until he agrees to run again.

CARR: You’re kidding?

COULTER: No.

CARR: You really want him to run again?

COULTER: Yeah, I think he was a fantastic candidate. As I’ve told you before, he would have won by a larger landslide than Ronald Reagan did in 1980 without Teddy Kennedy’s immigration bill. And it’s basically impossible to beat an incumbent, but he is head and shoulders better than the other candidates we had. And I don’t want to name them, but I mean you go through the list — and for one thing, as you and I discussed, and this is the most important point, that all of your listeners have to tell all of their friends knock it off with the Congressmen or inspirational figures. It’s got to be a Governor or a Senator, preferably a Governor. And, you know, there is a limited world — a list of who those people are, and they all have problems. None of them are articulate and reasonable, and as good on immigration as Mitt Romney!

CARR: What about Ted Cruz?

COULTER: Well, he’s a lot worse on immigration.

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