Ann Coulter: I’ll Campaign For Hillary If McCain Is The Nominee
Last night on “Hannity & Colmes,” Ann Coulter made a striking announcement: she’ll campaign for Hillary Clinton if John McCain is the Republican nominee. Earlier this week, the New York Observer‘s Jennifer Rubin reported that members of the conservative punditry were “beside themselves” over the thought of a McCain nomination, but Coulter’s pronouncement is a new, and surprising, development. Watch her explain her rationale to Sean Hannity, while Alan Colmes can only sit back and laugh:
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  1. Ponyboy said,

    February 2, 2008 at 15:37

    I can see it now….another Clinton will utter those immortal words:

    ” I did not have sex with that woman”

  2. Ted said,

    February 2, 2008 at 16:31

    Ann Coulter is a Bitch.

    She would kill the chances of anyone she supported.
    Number of Operations Iraq Freedom and Enduring Freedom casualties as confirmed by U.S. Central Command: 4404

  3. bonanzaman said,

    February 2, 2008 at 17:10

    Lets let them all self destruct and make Ron Paul the president we so desperately need.

  4. jojo said,

    February 2, 2008 at 17:37

    “Lets let them all self destruct and make Ron Paul the president we so desperately need”– I bet if that happens,I give Ron Paul 3 months to be a deadman like the Kennedys. Robert Kenndy in 1999 was about to run againist Hitlary as senator.. Newsweek pulled the story of running in July.’99
    By By Robert!
    Problem with Americans is that they are dumber then bovines–Any threat to Israel–MOSSAD lends a hand in killings.

  5. Ron Nasty said,

    February 2, 2008 at 17:56

    Proves that there is no real difference between the two sides of the war party.

    Death to the corpocracy!
    Don’t vote for the War Party!!!!

  6. Kungfublood said,

    February 2, 2008 at 18:21

    Why don’t the three of them just go back to their home’s in Israel and let some patriotic Americans run our government out of debt for a change.

  7. Skulz Fontaine said,

    February 2, 2008 at 19:15

    Coulter just handed the Democrat nomination to Barack Obama. That in and of itself is not a bad thing. McCain rattles the Coulter-geist and that in and of itself is not a bad thing. The practical side to any of this, neither the Dems or the Repubs are more than the mirror image of one another. Both parties are warmongering criminals and profiteers. The Coulter-geist would be a warmonger but she lost her dictionary and can’t figure out what the word warmonger means. Besides, if the Coulter-geist is a “natural” blond, she’ll have to come out and publicly prove it. She can fake the blond part of this but, she can’t fake her vapid and vacuous stance on just about any subject. Lastly and by the by, FREE PALESTINE! It needed to be said.

  8. measumma said,

    February 2, 2008 at 20:24

    the winner is Hillary and I keep to be your Monico!!!

  9. ekettle said,

    February 2, 2008 at 20:28

    She killed two birds with one stone… It’s going to be down to Obama vs. Mitt.

  10. messagero said,

    February 2, 2008 at 20:31

    Coulter changing the minds of progressive voters? No way!

    Her “Kiss of Death” was obviously targeted at McCain. What’s the worst possible world to a consevative? One in which Hillary is President.

    There is very little difference between Obama and Clinton on policy. Clinton is simply better prepared. While the Repyblicans and Democrats used to be Twiddly Dee and Twiddly Dumber, that is no longer the case since the “Reagan revolution” (vomit), and the rift has grown since neocon Bush has made reactionary policy a given in the Republican Party.

    Progressives like Hillary, who is also a pragmatist, know that we must implement progressive policies incrementally. You have to get elected first. That’s why the conservatives hate her so much and have spent so much time branding her as the devil. It’s unfortunate that some progressives have swallowed this neocon red herring. Objectively, if you like Obama, you like Hillary, except that she has been fighting the good fight longer.

    Ron Paul sounds OK on paper, but his positions are really untenable. He is the same type of idealist I was when I was 17 years old; GROW UP RON.

  11. February 2, 2008 at 20:50

    “It’s going to be down to Obama vs. Mitt.”

    How about Ron Paul vs. Mayor Bloomberg? That would be an interesting one.

  12. Ben Steinke said,

    February 2, 2008 at 21:14

    Oh messagero, you just don’t like Ron Paul for the simple fact that you mindlessly latch onto anything Democrat. Paul’s positions are NOT “untenable”—they MAKE SENSE, which is something I can no longer say for the Democratic Party, a party filled with shills who are very handsomely paid by AIPAC and ADL. Ron Paul has NEVER been bought or paid for by AIPAC, and is the ONLY candidate against the war and for bringing the troops home IMMEDIATELY. NONE of the Democrats can say that. Oh, and don’t forget, this is the Democratic Party that said it would end the war and impeach Bush. So much for that….lying traitors.

  13. Ben Steinke said,

    February 2, 2008 at 21:18

    Coulter giving Hillary a “Death Kiss”….actually, I wouldn’t put it past Coulter giving Hillary a FRENCH Kiss. No MAN with more than 6 intact brain cells would ever be caught dead french-kissing Ann Coulter.

  14. lokis said,

    February 2, 2008 at 22:58

    Anne is a FOX – not a FAUX one either – I’d gargle her pee!!

  15. 9nine9 said,

    February 3, 2008 at 00:35

    If I were running for office, I would throw myself on the ground and kiss Ann Coulter’s feet to beg her NOT to say anything nice about me.

  16. jipsy32 said,

    February 3, 2008 at 00:43

    I love Fox News and I love Ann Coulter. Iwas speaking to my son the other day and he asked me if I’d not vote at all if I was left to choose between John McCain and Hillary Clinton. The very thought made me shudder. That same night, I saw Ann Coulter on Hannity & Colmes and I agreed with her. I pray that I never have to choose between two evils. I wanted Newt Gingrich. Now I’d be okay with Romney or Huckabee. I’m going to miss George Bush.

  17. cawest said,

    February 3, 2008 at 00:53

    That’s unsettling. I think I’m in shock.

  18. Job said,

    February 3, 2008 at 02:23

    Hello All
    The first casualties of war are truth and freedom. As Long as we are at war we will have neither the funds or the freedom to pay for health care, infrastructure, education or any thing else. It’s not “the economy stupid”. It’s the war! It’s killing our soldiers our economy and our constitution. You must get on line and go everywhere you can and tell everyone you can that the only way to end this war is to get Ron Paul elected as president. He is the only one who will get the troops home without delay. Others say they will end the war but not for a long time. Obama has even talked about going into Pakistan. And Hillary has sided with the Bush Administration in declaring the Iranian Republican Guard a terrorist organization. That is like some one else calling our National Guard a terrorist organization. Bush Has said he will go after terrorist and the countries that harbor them that means that he is going after Iran and Hillary would do the same thing. Ron Paul may be hard to swallow for some democrats but he is our only hope of ending this war. None of the other candidates not Obama not Clinton not Huckabee not McCain and not Romney will end this war. There is a reason that Ron Paul has more support from military personnel than any other candidate and that is because they will receive the first benefits of peace (not getting shot at and blown up) It’s Ron Paul or it is National ID cards, suspension of the Bill of Rights and mass detention facilities


  19. wordforit said,

    February 3, 2008 at 02:51

    Ew—I hate to follow the comment about Ann’s urine. . .

    The US needs to do something about securing the borders here, not elsewhere, and Ob and Hil do not seem concerned or knowledgable about how those who live in the states most severely affected feel. McCain either, for that matter, and he’s from Arizona!! Border agents’ reports are beyond shocking. We’ve got a real situation and people don’t seem to be aware of the seriousness and how pervasive it’s become, not just in the southwest anymore, either…Look in immigration categories on my blog for the 14th amendment and Mexico’s immigration laws if you decide to move there,etc. Forget the PC razzle-dazzle! Here’s a current article from WND in which votes are threatened to be used for “bartering”: If people are here illegally, making demands, it’s hard to feel sorry for them. I feel bad for the decent Hispanics who get caught up in the net of the illegals, though!
    I am a Ron Paul supporter and anyone who wants to make an effort to retrieve what can be salvaged, should read all of his articles and the articles of the intellectuals and scholars who support him. We’ve got slim pickins outside of Ron Paul.
    Hey, messagero, idealism is HOPE for AMERICA!! 🙂

  20. PAUL MÖADIB said,

    February 3, 2008 at 03:37

    I am amazed at McCain’s acceleration. Is he being “gifted” a nomination to secure a Democratic President? This current administration has clearly infiltrated the Democratic Party to secure their “Legislative and Regulatory Intent”. As for Ann Coulter’s role, “Fox” loves to present, engage in and resolve fabricated conflict. I had to watch “The ‘McCain-churian’ Candidate” for review. A writer’s strike during an election year? Reduced opposition and influence will allow a narrow group’s plans to be published and supported in the media then executed without opposition. Coulter is simply playing her role in it.

  21. Ed Darrell said,

    February 3, 2008 at 04:31

    Coulter really is insane. She’s a political Britney Spears, but lacking the self-awareness.

  22. tuscanspud said,

    February 3, 2008 at 05:29

    you hit the nail on the head, my friend…

  23. coollikeme said,

    February 3, 2008 at 06:11

    Ann for Hillary? This is planet earth. right?

  24. JT said,

    February 3, 2008 at 08:07

    Nothing makes sense anymore.

  25. joshuallc said,

    February 3, 2008 at 08:19

    Vote for Ron Paul….Bring our Country back….

  26. trademark said,

    February 3, 2008 at 08:52

    I agree with joshuallc….a vote for Ron Paul is the only sensible thing to do in this election!

  27. February 3, 2008 at 13:15

    does anyone really give a sh*t what anne coulter thinks?

    I love to see death gasps of the hard right wingnuts as they realize their time is over and their ideology is toxic for a candidate of any party. R.i.P. douchebags.

  28. phm3 said,

    February 3, 2008 at 15:14

    I think this shows how desperate FAUX News & Co are to defeat McCain in the eyes of conservatives. Maybe they’re hoping Romney will get more support his way? I dunno. Obama’s going to win in the end anyways.

  29. ittocal77 said,

    February 3, 2008 at 15:36

    John McCain owes his political and financial fortunes to the good graces of the biggest names in organized crime . Also is father , Adm.John McMain wasone of the key players inside the U.S. Navy helping cover up Israel’ssavage attack on the USS Liberty in 1967 resulting in the murder of 34 Americans . John McCain is one of Israel’s leading congressional water-carriers .

    Hillary is a very dangerous woman and has a lot of the wrong minded people behind her . She won the New Hampshire because of the voting machines . We must remember that it is not those that vote that wins elections but them that COUNT THE VOTES , THATS HOW ELECTIONS ARE WON . That is how the fact that Ron Paul got not one vote in many places where the people protested that their votes were not counted . Barrack Obama was the big losser to Hillary for the same reason . She will win where-ever the Diebold optical-scan voting system is used in enough places like in New Hampshire it talled 81% of the vote .
    Ron Paul gets my support , he’s the only one worth voting for .

  30. February 3, 2008 at 17:05

    […] days ago Ann Coulter, who was last in the news for her alleged anti Semitism, said she would endorse Clinton if  the Republicans nominated McCain… it will be interesting to see how that sits with the […]

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