Ann Coulter seems intent on snuggling up close to the GOP establishment, and her liberal friends in media. On Sunday, notably a day for fools like Coulter, she joined the round table discussion on ABC’s “This Week.” The problem is that as with all such things, it seems as though the only real intention here was to smear Palin. The comment was an aside without substantiation, and I now believe she does it just to ingratiate herself with the liberal Republicans and the left. It’s typical of Coulter to make snide remarks as a throwaway line, but this isn’t the first lately aimed at Sarah Palin. To attack the former Vice Presidential candidate as having been some sort of “novelty candidate” when she was picked by John McCain as his running mate is simply ridiculous.
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I think Coulter is losing her grasp on the conservative movement. Slowly but surely, she’s turning into precisely the caricature the left has painted of her over the years. Naturally, in discussing the Vice Presidential pick, she acknowledged many are talking about Marco Rubio, and she fairly drooled over the prospect of NJ Governor Chris Christie again, but that’s no surprise. Coulter has worn out her welcome with me, as she continues to take cheap-shots at conservatives, particularly Sarah Palin.