Premature Adjudication

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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Ann Coulter

Did anyone see Ann Coulter last night on Leno? I am definitely a fan. Come on, how can you not be attracted to a leggy blonde whose diet reportedly consists of red wine, cigarettes, and liberals? Not this cowboy.

I rarely take politics personally, so to me she is entertainment. I definitely agree with her more often than not, but I do appreciate that her perogative is to piss people off so they go and buy her book (which, apparently, is currently #1). Thus my question to you all is this: Do you think political commentators are more "personalities" or primarily "intellectuals." That is, is Ann Coulter (or others like Hannity/Colmes/Limbaugh, etc) motivated by her desire to express her political opinion OR rather does she decide she's a conservative and then do whatever is necessary to piss off liberals and get herself in the news? The answer, obviously, is a combination, but I'm curious what you all think. So say something.

P.S. Leno asked her if she had ever had/would have sex with a democrat and she said I've still got a chance! Scoops and Roll Tide!


  • At 4:17 PM, Blogger JNN said…

    It's all a show to sell books. No one can possibly be that hateful. Same goes with Rush..... I imagine he must go home at night and laugh that people actually believe the crap he spews.

  • At 7:31 AM, Blogger LawMommy said…

    Ann is definitely says what she can to shock and get attention. Maybe she beleives it all, but you don't call a book Godless unless you want attention. Hannity is the next down the line -- he beleives what he says and says the same junk over and over and over hoping by repitition he'll maintain relevance.
    Rush is in a different class all together. He is more likely to give information than personal attacks and name calling. I disagree with quite a lot of what he says on social issues, but I listen because I find him occasionally educational and often entertaining. Mega Dittos!

  • At 1:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Ah, it's all about entertainment. And on that, Ann Coulter's great. Unlike you, I disagree with a lot of what she says; but I find her entertaining. Did you see her on Hannity and Colmes last night? It was riveting. She does wonders for Fox's ratings.

  • At 2:28 PM, Blogger T. House Cat said…

    To me it's pretty obvious that she's just trying to sell books and piss people off. I can appreciate such tactics, but not when you are trying to pass yourself off as a legit intellectual.

  • At 3:17 PM, Anonymous William Jefferson Clinton Portis said…

    To me, it was a leprechaun, to me.


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