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Friday, February 24, 2012

Coulter doubles down on insistence on Romney

In an odd article in which she refers to Sarah Palin as part of the Republican elitist establishment, columnist Ann Coulter doubles down on her insistence that the GOP choose Mitt Romney as its nominee to face Barack Obama in November.
The article, published on Wednesday of this week, claims that Romney would be the most conservative nominee since Ronald Reagan.
But she then launches into a tirade against a half dozen conservative pundits who vehemently disagree with her, such as Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Bill Kristol, Laura Ingraham, and Michael Savage, making the curious accusation that they would prefer to choose a loser Tea Party candidate such as Christine O'Donnell or Sharon Angle.


PolyKahr said...

It is sad to see a noted, and talented commentator attacking other commentators. I assume she is sincere in her beliefs, but she should extend the same suspension of judgement to others as well. We are all on the same side, after all.

Get well soon,

Welshman said...

Thanks for your well wishes!