Ann Coulter Endorses Romney

I’ve tried to keep my pro-Romney propaganda to a minimum lately, but I’d be curious to know what people think of Ann’s latest column.

Maybe she’s a RINO too?



  1. Elizabeth Charland says:

    This is not that big of a surprise to me. I was just saying to my husband the other day that I was not a huge fan of Ann Coulter anymore after her role in trying to get Chris Christie to run and the way she has been knocking some of the more conservative candidates. This just clinches my opinion of her.

  2. Ryan Morgan says:

    I didn’t know Coulter is knocking down the other candidates. If that’s true, I don’t see why she is even bothering… they are doing a perfectly fine job of self-destructing on their own.

    Note that she didn’t say Romney is perfect (I wouldn’t either) and even said that she suspects she will “attack” some of his positions if he becomes president.

    So if you want to dismiss her, that’s fine, but I’d be curious if there are any specific points where you disagree with her. On the main ones (the idea of Newt as the pure conservative alternative is laughable and Romney would be by far the strongest opponent and is the one who Obama fears most) I think she is very obviously correct.

  3. let the games begin !

  4. Anonpolito says:

    We’ve been here before.

    This brand of Romney conservatism looks conservative but it is not conservative.

    Ann Coulter all but admitted that.

    Otherwise, I must say a very well written article. The brief dossier on Newt Gingrich was a helpful reminder as to why I won’t vote for him either.

  5. She’s no more of a RHINO than all those who are supporting Newt now.

  6. Wow, in the car today I was astonished to hear that even Mark freaking Belling is starting to get on board with Romney. And basically all of his callers too. Shocking. (in between words of praise, Belling did drop that obnoxious “Mitt invented socialized medicine” canard… can’t believe someone destroy their own reputation by spouting such nonsense)

    Still, I did take Belling’s new found acceptance with the idea of Mitt as the nominee as a leading indicator that a good chunk of the anti-Mitt folks who have jumped from Palin to Trump to Bachmann to Perry to Cain to Newt and now realizing that if you are willing to support Newt, you might as well move back a couple notches to the right and vote for Mitt.

  7. ABO

  8. I never thought I’d say this but Coulter is right.

    And most people are willing to tolerate Romney’s weirdo cult of a religion so it won’t be enough to de-rail his nomination even if the media wants to play that card. All he needs to do is ride this thing out for a couple more months.

  9. If anything, I think Ann Coulter underestimates Ann Coulter’s conservatism. As governor of the very blue state of MA, while dealing with a veto-proof Democratic legislature, Romney did the following:

    * Balanced the budget without raising the state income tax, sales tax, or gas tax.
    * Held state spending to virtually zero net growth (1.1% AFI).
    * Vetoed over 200 spending bills.
    * Refunded nearly $300 million in capital gains taxes back to the taxpayers who had paid them.
    * Cut property taxes for seniors.
    * Vetoed in-state tuition for illegal aliens and blocked driver’s licenses for them as well.
    * Blocked the state from joining a regional cap-and-trade scheme.
    * Increased the state’s reserve fund, improved the state’s bond rating, and lowered the state’s tax-burden ranking.

    This is just a partial list. Newt’s my first pick, by the way. Romney’s my second.