Coulter Crosses the Line - Again
Ann Coulter must be deaf. She obviously cannot hear the cruel and inexcusable things that come from her polluted mouth.
In her latest book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism", released June 6th, Coulter claims four New Jersey women used their husbands' deaths in the September 11th attacks for political gain.
"These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis," Coulter wrote. I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much."
Coulter also went as far as calling the women "witches."
If anyone is a witch, it's Ann Coulter. But, unlike many others, she doesn't have to wear a pointy black hat and carry a broom.
And if anyone is "reveling in their status as celebrities," it's also Coulter. Beginning with the Today show June 5th (during which Matt Lauer should have given her a nose-crushing, jaw-shattering slap in the face) and hopscotching to and from everything short of Sesame Street, Coulter cast her disgusting opinions on millions of Americans like a million evil stepmothers setting out a million poisonous apples for a million Snow White's to consume.
Keeping in mind that she perhaps holds the record for the number of times a conservative commentator can cross the line, there is no longer a boundary which Coulter can overstep. The line of appropriateness is a New York-to-Tokyo distance behind her but she continues carefree on a dangerous territory sure to lead her to yet another firing squad.