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RE-ELECT OBAMA: VOTE NEWT!


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AnnCoulter.com:

To talk with Gingrich supporters is to enter a world where words have no meaning. They denounce Mitt Romney as a candidate being pushed on them by "the Establishment" -- with "the Establishment" defined as anyone who supports Romney or doesn't support Newt.

Gingrich may have spent his entire life in Washington and be so much of an insider that, as Jon Stewart says, "when Washington gets its prostate checked, it tickles [Newt]," but he is deemed the rebellious outsider challenging "the Establishment" -- because, again, "the Establishment" is anyone who opposes Newt.

This is the sort of circular reasoning one normally associates with Democrats, people whom small-town pharmacists refer to as "drug seekers" and Ron Paul supporters.

Newtons claim Romney is a "moderate," and Gingrich the true conservative -- a feat that can be accomplished only by refusing to believe anything Romney says ... and also refusing to believe anything Gingrich says.

-- Romney's one great "flip-flop" is on abortion. (I thought the reason we argued with people about abortion was to try to get them to "flip-flop" on this issue. Sometimes it works!)

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Prediction... Ann's next book will be on the clearance rack the day it's published.

 

 

Her shtick was amusing when it 1st came out. but now she's just annoying.

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Are we going to survive the nominating process? I am sure there have been other uhhh,'problematic' races, but this one really has people of the same stripe divided.

 

I am on Twitter quite a bit, as most can probably tell, and it is brutal over there.

 

On here latest column, I think Ann doesn't care so much whether you agree or not, but wants us to at least think about the candidates. Neither is perfect as someone just said, but both need to be considered factually. Both sides of the candidates are available and need to be considered.

 

I have to say that I am in a real quandary as to who to support. One day it is Newt and then I read something about Mitt. It is obviously going to boil down to those two, so I am looking forward to their debates. Cheering section or not, they should be interesting and informative. Game On.

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Are we going to survive the nominating process? I am sure there have been other uhhh,'problematic' races, but this one really has people of the same stripe divided.

 

I am on Twitter quite a bit, as most can probably tell, and it is brutal over there.

 

On here latest column, I think Ann doesn't care so much whether you agree or not, but wants us to at least think about the candidates. Neither is perfect as someone just said, but both need to be considered factually. Both sides of the candidates are available and need to be considered.

 

I have to say that I am in a real quandary as to who to support. One day it is Newt and then I read something about Mitt. It is obviously going to boil down to those two, so I am looking forward to their debates. Cheering section or not, they should be interesting and informative. Game On.

 

 

Mitch Daniels/Jeb Bush 2012!!!!

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"Mitch Daniels/Jeb Bush 2012!!!!"

 

Too late for Mitch this cycle and Jeb doesn't have any interest in running. I really don't see a white horse candidate on the horizon.

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I know some will disagree, but Ann does have a point here-Newt, if nominated, probably could not beat Obama in the general election. He'd get pounded over his past.

 

Mitch Daniels/Jeb Bush 2012!!!!

 

Why it won't happen. Maybe 2016?

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I know some will disagree, but Ann does have a point here-Newt, if nominated, probably could not beat Obama in the general election. He'd get pounded over his past.

 

Mitch Daniels/Jeb Bush 2012!!!!

 

Why it won't happen. Maybe 2016?

 

I am more optimistic, 2020 after the Republican reign of either Newt or Mitt.

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By her own admission, Coulter has supported for President:

 

Pete DuPont (1988)

Pat Buchanan: (1992 and 1996)

Steve Forbes: (1996)

Alan Keyes: (2008)

 

She also dumped Keyes in favor of McCain in 2008, snubbing Romney.

 

Her credibility when choosing "the most electable" candidate is somewhat wanting.

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