There’s almost no one as witty and effective at ridiculing leftists and making them look like the buffoons they are than Ann Coulter. When it comes to annoying the left she’s right up there with the best, and I wish she’d stick to what makes her great.
However, when it comes to picking Republican candidates, she’s absolutely among the worse, hopping from RINO crush to RINO crush, declaring winners as losers and vice versa.
Consider her 2011 slobbering crush on RINO Chris Christie, an embarrassing episode in which she clamored for Christie to be the GOP savior in the 2012 presidential race, claiming that he would be the only candidate who could defeat Barack Obama.
“If we don’t run Chris Christie, Romney will the the nominee and we’ll lose,” she predicted.
While Romneycare RINO Romney went on to eventually win the nomination, only to lose to the worst president in American history, Coulter, upon learning of Christie’s support for amnesty, an issue she correctly opposes, flipped quicker than Gennifer Flowers did on Bill Clinton.
“@GovChristie’s dead to me,” Coulter tweeted in January 2013.
Take her pathetic love affair with Mitch “The Turtle” McConnell, the worst of RINOs who, rather than be a leader, has folded like a cheap tent to Obama and the left at every possible opportunity, including the debt ceiling, Obamacare, and Obama’s illegal amnesty, an issue that Coulter stands strongly against.
Coulter embarrassingly fell for McConnell’s lies that he would be the panacea for stopping Obama if we would only make him Senate Majority Leader. Instead, we’re left with a defacto Obama dictatorship, with McConnell gladly enabling America’s tyrannical usurper.
Now RINO McConnell wants to give America-hating Obama fast-track trade authority, even bragging about how this lovely new couple send love letters to each other.
But like a continually abused woman who always seeks out the wrong kind of men, Coulter showed last night on Hannity that she has learned nothing from her dysfunctional relationships with prior politicians, revealing that if Mitt Romney, who has indicated that he is not running for president, doesn’t enter the race, that she will “take a long vacation.”
Coulter stunningly referred to Romney as (ever heard of Ronald Reagan, Ann?) “the most conservative candidate we ever had.”
HANNITY: Who do you like for president?
COULTER: I would like Mitt Romney with Scott Walker…
HANNITY: OK, Mitt Romney’s not running. Keep going.
HANNITY: I think he’s going to jump back in when…
HANNITY: He’s not going to jump back in.
COULTER: The only possible candidate…
HANNITY: He’s not going to jump back in.
COULTER: … who isn’t a joke right now is Scott Walker. And I would rather have Mitt Romney answering questions about the Fed and trade with China. And you’ll see. Ann’s going to be right. You’ll apologize.
HANNITY: Ann is — you’re going to be wrong! I will bet you any amount of money he’s not getting in!
COULTER: We’ll see.
HANNITY: That’s your…
HANNITY: Is that — you’re living in the past that much?
COULTER: I think Republican primary voters will realize, Oh, my gosh, we were lied to by idiots who said they were speaking on our behalf. Mitt Romney was not only the most articulate but the most conservative candidate we ever had. I love Scott Walker, but I would really prefer for him to be Mitt Romney’s vice president for a few years.
HANNITY: All right, so you’re not going to get your way. You going to support whoever the nominee is?
COULTER: If it’s Scott Walker.
HANNITY: And if it’s somebody else?
COULTER: I’ll take a long vacation.
HANNITY: You’re that rigid now?
COULTER: It’s not that I’m that rigid. I’m sick of fighting for losing causes! If it’s not Scott Walker or Mitt Romney, I think we lose and welcome President Hillary.
HANNITY: I don’t think she’s going to win. Not this time. All right…
COULTER: Well, as long as we run Mitt Romney with Scott Walker.
Her logic? Well none, of course. Obama beat Hillary, but Romney lost to Obama, so that means that Romney can beat Hillary?
Ann, you have lost all credibility when it comes to picking candidates. Go back to doing what you’re great at — bashing liberals. No one does it better, and no one is worse at picking Republican candidates than you are.