COULTER: No, and if you’re looking at substance rather than whether it’s an R or D after his name, manifestly, if our’s candidate than Hillary’s going to be our girl, Sean, because she’s more conservative than he is. I think she would be stronger on the war on terrorism. I absolutely believe that.
This sets Hannity off. He’s stumped now. <blah blah blah> On to ripping John McCain and his support for the “surge” in Iraq:
COULTER: OK, let’s get to him supporting the surge. He keeps going on and on about how he was the only Republican who supported the surge and other Republicans attacked him. It was so awful how he was attacked. It was worse than being held in a tiger cage.
I looked up the record. Republicans all supported the surge. He’s not only not the only one who supported the surge, I promise you no Republican attacked him for this. And you know why he’s saying that, Sean, because he keeps saying it at every debate, “I’m the only one. I was attacked by Republicans.” He’s confusing Republicans with his liberal friends. They’re the ones who attacked him for it, his real friends.
Hannity’s all freaked out again… <blah><blah><blah>
COULTER: Moreover, she lies less than John McCain. I’m a Hillary girl now. She lies less than John McCain. She’s smarter than John McCain, so that when she’s caught shamelessly lying, at least the Clintons know they’ve been caught lying. McCain is so stupid, he doesn’t even know he’s been caught.
Colmes had to throw this in:
COLMES:Can I tell you the last thing that Hillary Clinton wants? Ann Coulter’s endorsement.
COULTER: Even now he’s running as a Republican, he won’t give up on amnesty. At that debate the other not —
COULTER: I’m serious.
COLMES: I know, but let me get serious for a second, because so far I haven’t. Look, are you telling me — look at all the people endorsing McCain. I’m not talking about Johnny come lately Republicans. Nancy Reagan is wrong? Rick Perry is wrong? Arnold is wrong? Charlie Crist is wrong?
COULTER: Other than Nancy Reagan —
COULTER: I will explain. It’s not that they’re wrong. Other than Nancy Reagan, and by the way we loved Nancy Reagan for loving Ron Reagan. We didn’t love her for her political persuasion.
COULTER: I’m trying to answer the question. Stop talking. I’m moving Nancy Reagan to the side, and I’m saying all the rest of these political endorsements mean one thing; they think he’s the front runner. They want a job in his administration. Nothing means less than an endorsement from someone who wants a position.
What a free-for-all-campaign!! On Ann Coulter’s blog today:
The bright side of the Florida debacle is that I no longer fear Hillary Clinton. (I mean in terms of her becoming president — on a personal level, she’s still a little creepy.) I’d rather deal with President Hillary than with President McCain. With Hillary, we’ll get the same ruinous liberal policies with none of the responsibility.
Trophies of the GOP!! The Republican’s pride and joy!
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