• Ann Coulter's New Book Sounds Like It's Not at All a Desperate Plea for Attention

    Ugh! What is that smell? It's like sad bile mixed with intense desperation!

    Oh, Ann Coulter just released a new book

    Smash seven-time bestselling author, syndicated columnist, and conservative political commentator Ann Coulter’s forthcoming book will be titled Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America

    In Demonic, Miss Coulter portrays liberal thought in America as the result of mob behavior, including such groupthink earmarks as the creation of messiahs; a fear of scientific innovation; myth-making; a preference for images over words; and a casual embrace of contradictory ideas. Tracing the words and movements of liberal mobs, from the Ku Klux Klan and the SDS to anti-war and pro-ObamaCare fanatics today, Miss Coulter demonstrates how liberals have consistently used mob tactics to implement their idea of the "general will."

    I feel bad for Ann Coulter. She used to be the go-to person for crazy over-the-top vitriol and reactionary xenophobia. But now — with the whole Tea Party having taken over the GOP and all the top-tier presidential candidates scrambling over each other to be the most hate-filled, extravagantly intolerant and joyously illogical — where is there room for poor ol' Ann Coulter?

    I imagine her pacing back and forth in her garishly furnished McMansion, chain-smoking Marlboro Lights, scrawling increasingly hyperbolic books titles on a yellow legal pad and then maniacally scratching them out, scheming a way back in. Back into the national conversation. There's got to be a way. There's got to… "Wait a minute… What if I called them 'demonic'? Then someone would have to pay attention to me. They'd have to."

    Congratulations, Ms. Coulter. You have received a small amount of attention.

    Tags: Ann Coulter, Books, Liberals


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