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Friday, February 01, 2008

Ann Coulter: "Hillary's My Girl"

We all know how upset the righty talkers have been over the possibility of John McCain becoming their 2008 nominee;Limbaugh has actually popped a few new blood vessels over it already. But this tops them ALL - last night on "Hannity & Colmes," Ann Coulter made this striking announcement: she'll campaign for Hillary Clinton if John McCain is the Republican nominee! Watch her explain her rationale to Hannity, while Colmes sits back and laughs:


When asked to respond to the news by George Stephanopoulos, Clinton was either forced to choke back a dollop of gorge or else found the prospect so amusing that it prompted a coughing jag:

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Blogger Human said...

The Sick Far Right loves Hillary. She represents their "values".

Charles Krauthammer, the conservative columnist of The Washington Post, summed up the Clinton-Obama smackdown (a comment made about a July debate in reference to Sen. Obama):"The grizzled veteran showed up the clueless rookie."

Additional evidence that "Conservatives" Love Hillary is this AD from "Citizens United".

From Townhall
"Conservatives For Hillary?"
" As each day passes, it becomes increasingly clear that the Democrats will win the White House next year. It’s not quite 1932, but it’s getting close to a sure thing. All the energy is on their side, they are raising more money from more contributors, and there is little if any enthusiasm for any of the Republican candidates—even among Republicans.
Of course, one can never rule out the ability of the Democrats to seize defeat from the jaws of victory. But sometimes the trend in one party’s direction is so strong that even the grossest incompetence can’t keep it from winning. I think 2008 is shaping up as that kind of year for the Democrats. If I am right, conservatives are going to have to make an important decision at some point. Do they go down with the sinking Republican ship or do they try and have some meaningful influence on the next president by becoming involved in the Democratic race?....."
" To right-wingers willing to look beneath what probably sounds to them like the same identical views of the Democratic candidates, it is pretty clear that Hillary Clinton is the most conservative. John Edwards is the most liberal and Barack Obama is somewhere in between."

Under a Headline entitled "Hillary will not end this War" a TownHall post by Patrick Ruffini last Sept, "Hillary is morphing into a George W. Bush Democrat. While that will draw heat from an increasingly desperate Obama, she will pay the price in the general election, not because she’s totally wrong, but because Democrat-inclined voters will smell something fishy about their gal acting like the one they’ve so long fantasized of kicking to the curb. And if she wins, the BushClintonBushClinton consensus will be back."


title="comment permalink">February 01, 2008 11:14 PM  
Blogger John Good said...

That simply must NOT be allowed to happen.

title="comment permalink">February 02, 2008 10:43 AM  

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