Ann Coulter checks in on Boston

November 19, 2007 at 9:29 pm 1 comment

Conservative author Ann Coulter chatted with Boston-area WRKO-AM host Howie Carr on Monday afternoon, fielding questions about Republican presidential candidates, her hero Sen. Joseph McCarthy, and her latest controversial remarks, this time on Christianity and Judaism.

Coulter and Carr are both known for their incendiary remarks, but Carr played the role of moderate this time, chastising Coulter for mentioning “lynching” (twice) and for a careless comment about Mormons. Perhaps Coulter’s sole virtue is that, by being so glib, she encourages others to make sure they don’t follow her example.


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  • 1. Eric Palmieri  |  November 19, 2007 at 9:34 pm

    Ann wants what most people of her political ideology want.


    Everytime she says something crazy, she gets tons of press and sells more books.

    Trust me, if she could sell more books without having to say the most RIDICULOUS things, she would.

    But she can’t. Thus, she is content to be the poster girl for hate-mongering as long as she can make a buck in doing so.

    -Eric Palmieri

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