Ann Coulter jokes about killing Meghan McCain; Meghan and Cindy McCain don't think it's funny; Updated

The latest column by conservative firebrand Ann Coulter contains this gem:

Obama has been draping himself in families of the children murdered in Newtown.

MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun proposals. (Let’s start with Meghan McCain!)

No, we’re not making that last sentence up.

Guess what? Meghan McCain doesn’t think it’s funny:


https://twitter.com/MeghanMcCain/status/322199571436539904

Meghan’s mom is livid:

Only Ann Coulter’s notorious diarrhea of the mouth (“raghead,” “faggot,” “retard“) could have us feeling any sympathy for Meghan. Heckuva job, Ann.

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Waaah: Meghan McCain attacks Andrew Breitbart and Michelle Malkin

Update:

Update:

Fox News appears to have deleted the column. It’s still up at Coulter’s website.

  • Guest

    sorry-repost

  • Daniel Gilfillan

    Bashir suggested the murdering, Coulter made a joke about it. She was only as serious as Bashir-OH why bother, you hate Coulter so you don’t care about truth. The periodic dog-pilings on Coulter are absurd. After 2 seconds looking into them, you realize she said nothing outrageous.

    • AaronHarrisinAlaska

      Just like when Dems say nothing outrageous, making jokes about abortion and such. Right?

      • Brad

        But we’re not talking about dems here, we’re talking about Ann Coulter.

        • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

          Does his point damage your argument somehow?

    • Scott Carroll

      There is one thing, and one thing only, that I admire about the left. They don’t engage in these ridiculous Ego Pissing Contests, these Pyrrhic Circular Firing Squads. At a time when we should be cohesive, giving the old heave ho all together, we’ve degenerated into a Wasteland of Butthurt.

      Limbaugh hates O’Reilly. Levin hates Beck. Malkin hates Coulter. CPAC hates GoProud. King hates Rubio. For the love of all that is holy get the f*ck over it. There are barbarians outside the gates and we’re busy throwing mud pies at each other from within.

      The most uncomfortable position to be in is the middle. I like Malkin and Coulter. Ingraham likes Limbaugh and O’Reilly. Limbaugh likes Beck and Levin. I’m sure at every workplace you’ve ever been in there are people you like and people you don’t like, but you still work with them all to churn out widgets so that the company is successful. Let’s treat the movement like any other workplace in America and come together for some common cause. As that great, historical figure Rodney King once said “Can’t we all just get along?”

      • Brad

        It’s ok to disagree with someone. Just because they’re on the same side doesn’t mean they have to like each other.

        • Scott Carroll

          Brad, you are absolutely correct and I completely agree with you. This goes beyond disagreement though, this is just puerile feuding. For instance, last year Twitchy took Coulter to task for calling Obama a retard, but a quick 30 second search on Google produced examples of Twitchy darlings Greg Gutfeld and Ace of Spades calling people the same thing. Which lets me know it’s not about the term, it’s about Michelle Malkin not liking Ann Coulter.

          Now don’t get me wrong, I like Michelle Malkin and I love Gutfeld and Ace. I watch The Five and Redeye everyday and I visit Twitchy, Ace, and Hotair everyday. I just wish when it comes to Coulter this site would dust off Reagan’s 11th Commandment.

          • BK

            In this rapid-fire communications world devoid of context, t’ain’t likely.

          • SkywalkerNoScream

            You’re right. Beck said that he wanted to kill Michael Moore but I don’t remember Twitchy calling him out.

          • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

            Well, was it a tweet and was it said before or after twitchy went on-line?

          • bob bear

            Because sane people know Beck is a nut!

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Did your 30 second Google search show them calling Obama a retard, or someone else?

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=greg+gutfeld+obama+retard

            http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=ace+of+spades+obama+retard

            That ladies and gents is internet tumbleweed. You will notice however that search shows both have vilified liberals for using the word “retard.”

          • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

            I’ve said this before: Twitchy runs with the free market and with MM behind the scenes, well, it’s not about to take sides or hide any republican dirty laundry.

      • Dandee

        Didn’t do Rodney King any good, did it? Free speech is becoming less and less tolerated.

        • http://www.facebook.com/charles.hopkins.5688 Charles Hopkins

          What in the hell are you talking about? Rodney King was not exercising his right to free speech when he was drunk and resisting arrest. Those police officers obviously stepped way over the line and became criminals on the spot. Rodney SHOULD have been arrested and the police officers SHOULD have been fired and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

          • PatriotRG

            bs – if you watch the whole taped sequence you would see exactly how much resisting he did.

          • Tim Fay

            Maybe if you had seen the ENTIRE encounter with the oh so beloved Mr. King, instead of the EDITED version favored so by the lame stream media, you would be able to realize that these officers were facing a crazed, drug addled maniac… but yes, it IS nice to be able to formulate an opinion from the safety and comfort of your front room as you are spoon-fed a position based not on facts but emotion. Okay, so let’s make sure and fire all the officers who have only themselves and each other to back them up. We will finally have the anarchy that the ‘chosen one’ is trying for.

      • Noelle C Campbell

        I believe the right does it more than the left, but don’t kid yourself that it doesn’t happen on the left. Remember that Jesse Jackson called Obama a tool (I’m rephrasing, of course), that the Clintons called him a liar (liars calling a liar a liar… interesting dilemma) and the list could go on and on, though maybe not as long as it could for the right.

        • Donna

          Oh yes, I remember Jesse Jackson fantasizing about a physical operation he would like to perform on Obama.

        • PatriotRG

          i think they meant he was a better liar

      • MSM

        I disagree. The Left has many disagreements, but they either try to resolve them in backdoor meetings or by one just repressing his opinion. For example, many black leaders don’t agree with the immigration reforms, but they try to keep quiet about their disagreements so that they can seem united.

        Republicans bring it out in the open, fists drawn. Sure, it looks ugly, but things get resolved faster and there is a dash more honesty — except with RINOs.

        The Left it’s all about how your *little* disagreement is making the collective look bad so just shut up and take it. Fall in line with the group or else. Dissent against the group is not tolerated. If you do bring your disagreement out in the open they will destroy you.

        Look at Dr. Ben Carson, Bob Woodward, Stacy Dash, Artur Davis, ect. They all refused to pick a number and march with the herd and now they’re the enemy of the Left.

        Terror keeps the Left from openly arguing with each other. They don’t want to end up like those listed above so they keep quiet, lower their head, and plod in step with the rest.

        Republican commenters think that’s BS and call out each other. For better or worse, it’s the way the Right is. I’d rather have that then the Left’s way…

        • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

          The left is united more or less solidly by one thing and one thing only:

          Money.

          See how far they’d get w/o Big Labor, Big Agriculture or Big Education.

      • http://www.facebook.com/charles.hopkins.5688 Charles Hopkins

        If you really believe that about the left you have lost your mind and clearly don’t listen to them on a regular basis. To be in the middle is to be lukewarm… is to mix. At least believe in one thing or the other but don’t be literally confused… obviously having no philosophical basis for your beliefs but believing what you prefer and sounds good to you. If that were not the case you wouldn’t mix. John McCain is a perfect example of mixture.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        I disagree, what makes us conservatives so great is that we call people out when they do something wrong regardless of the ideology they belong to. We are followers of conservatism not certain people. The left are followers of their leaders and they have created cults of personality that dangerously shield them from any criticism whatsoever. People on our side should be held responsible when they do something wrong just as we do with people on the left, if we stop doing that then we are no better than the Kool-Aid drinkers on the left.

        • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

          Calling out Palin for her lack of knowledge on certain things (like whether or not South Africa’s an acutal country, and whether North or South Korea is our ally), although not specifically, is EXACTLY what what Ann Coulter did, but conservatives didn’t like it. Fellow Twitchy poster “Freempg” even said I could count them as someone who’d defend Palin no matter what. You yourself criticized Coulter for her criticism of Palin, apparently failing to realize that the latter’s made indefensible gaffes. No offense, but hypocrisy much?

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            You need to learn that making an innocent gaffe is not the same as being a loud braying jackass whose “satire” is not helping our cause. One is intentional the other is not. I’m not defending Palin because if she was doing the same things Coulter was doing I would call her out too. If Coulter actually cared about conservatism she would not be trying to be buddy-buddy with a RINO like Chris Christie but take every opportunity to hate on an actual conservative like Palin. Please, please tell me how that helps us.

          • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

            My point was to say that you criticized Coulter for calling out Palin, even though you said that conservatives are okay with calling out our leaders for doing something wrong. That you don’t like Coulter’s “bomb-throwning” has nothing to do with my point. I’m okay with varying opinions of her style. She doesn’t “hate on” Palin, she just said that she need to “learn how to speak proper English,” etc. It’s not like Coulter actually meant that Meghan should be killed. Coulter once wrote that it would be wrong to imprison gays, so I think left-wingers can relax a little. If you don’t understand her love of making liberals get mad by acting just like them, except as a right-winger, then you’ll never understand her style. If you want to call Coulter out for her obvious gaffe in the column she wrote about Jerry Falwell on the day after his death, in which she said she “always agreed” with him, I’d agree, since I’m sure that she wouldn’t agree with his reprehensible statements about Jews and money, etc. Obama’s made “innocent” gaffes, too (like not knowing that “Austrian” isn’t a language, and that it’s ‘core-men,’ not ‘corpse-men’). Will you defend him for them? I doubt it, and I wouldn’t expect any sane person to do so. But according to some, Palin doesn’t deserve any criticism because she’s just a delicate little flower. If she were just a normal person, I wouldn’t have a problem with it. One of my three sisters once asked her husband what socialism is, and I didn’t look down on her. Why? Because she’s just a housewife, and isn’t politically savvy. It’s not like she’ll ever need to know how much power the British monarchy has. But when you’re running for public office, especially the second highest office in the freest country this world has ever known, you better know your facts. That the MSM hate conservatives, while they adore liberals, doesn’t excuse the fact that Palin hasn’t always been the brightest bulb in the room. Even though I still like my governor, Scott Walker, I don’t defend him for actually thinking that a phone call from a secret “journalist” who said he was David Koch was legitimate. Yes, what the journalist was stupid; but what Walker did—believe the call was legit and engage in a personal conversation with “David”—was too. I still like Palin for her might and her values, but I’ll call her out when she deserves to be. Notice that Coulter defends Christie for his stance on unions, etc., not for his stances on the NYPD’s profiling of Muslims, global warming, immigration, etc. I dislike Christie on mostly every issue, but I doubt that any true conservative will be elected in NJ anytime soon. You’re also forgetting that Ann has defended Palin in the past—here: (http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2010-09-15.html) and here: (http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2009-07-08.html). She also supports such conservatives as Nikki Haley, Susana Martinez, Scott Walker, (I’m sure) Bob Kasich, etc., while she has called out Bob Dole and John McCain for being RINOs.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I care about ideology, I really don’t give a damn about gaffes even Obama’s. His gaffes are not destroying the country. When Palin does something intentionally that is wrong I will call her out on it, but I’m not going to criticize her for being human once in awhile and not knowing everything at all times. No one can. Playing that game is just meant as a distraction by liberals and nothing more. The gaffe ratio of liberals to us is astounding, the only difference is they will never get called on theirs. Look, I agree most of the time with Ann on the issues, it’s her approach and her inclination to do things just to get attention that sucks. It doesn’t do us any good.

          • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

            I get your point, and see why you think so. No offense intended. It’s just that I’m sick of right-wingers being looked on as stupid, while liberals are somehow the smartest people who’ve ever lived, even though they spout insane ideas. Obviously everyone makes mistakes, but the way I see it is: If we ever want to win and get more people to our side, then conservatives, as a whole, will need to stop brushing off the mistakes of our Party’s members, because people attach a person’s personality and way of thinking to everyone else in said person’s Party. And I don’t mean that to be taken as hypocritical about Coulter. I love her, for her ideas and her wit, and can see why you don’t think she’s helping. It’s just that Coulter expects herself to not always be taken seriously, whereas politicians obviously do. The problem with liberals is that they don’t care whether you’re satirical and viciously poke fun at them, like Coulter, or if you’re a bit more gentle, like Michelle Malkin. E.g., Olbermann’s comment that Malkin’s just a “mashed-up bag of meat with lipstick on it.” The point with Coulter is that you often times have to know the backstory about recent events to know why she makes jokes that seem indefensible. (Liberals, obviously, aren’t smart enough to do so.) She does it to expose leftist hypocrisy. Liberals in the UK were a-ok with dancing in the streets over Thatcher’s death, but when Coulter calls atheist Richard Dawkins “retarded” (maybe for defending the idea that space aliens zapped life onto Earth) the whole world decided to blow up. And her point on the R-word is exactly right. Words like “idiot” and “moron” used to be used for those with a significantly low IQ, but nobody ever gets mad when either of those words are used to describe someone who’s just plain dumb; and she also doesn’t use it to compare someone to somebody with Down syndrome (whereas Obama did of himself when he said that bowling a 129 was like “Special Olympics, or something,” but liberals still consider him a Saint). Any true left-winger believes that even calling Obama a “socialist” is “mean.” So even though it might seem that Coulter doesn’t help by bringing out her fangs, liberals are masters at being adult crybabies—so conservatives need to either fight or just shut up. There are obviously worse ones than Palin, like all liberals, especially those who think have women are too stupid to know how to use guns. 😉

          • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

            David Horowitz even said this about Coulter’s comment that we should invade Muslim countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity: “I began running Coulter columns on Frontpagemag.com shortly after she came up with her most infamous line, which urged America to put jihadists to the sword and convert them to Christianity. Liberals were horrified; I was not. I thought to myself, this is a perfect send-up of what our Islamo-fascist enemies believe—that as infidels we should be put to the sword and converted to Islam. I regarded Coulter’s phillipic (sic) as a Swiftian commentary on liberal illusions of multi-cultural outreach to people who want to rip out our hearts.”

          • bob bear

            OK, back on your meds!

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Yes, insult instead of debate. Afraid you will lose?

          • bob bear

            What you nuts on the far right can’t understand is you’re a minority, and forever will be!

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            We have have been been a minority except for the past 200+ years of this country. Obama winning doesn’t mean anything besides he duped low information people like you into voting for him.

        • bob bear

          And I bet you were first in line believing those WMD lies by Chaney Rice and Bush!

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Hmm, you liberals tend to forget that Democrats were given the same info and also believed the WMDs were in Iraq. They didn’t lie either because later it was discovered they were moved but for some reason it isn’t being talked about much.

      • http://twitter.com/SharedNewsPosts SharedNewsPost

        Coulter is a Republican not a conservative and Malkin
        is doing her job.

        Coulter is a trader to the conservative movement
        and will be removed from Hannitys show soon.

        You clearly are the hater son from reading your words and you
        do not know how to determine the difference between hate and
        disliking phony’s like yourself.

        Your f word shows your character and your hate filled soul.

        People in the middle like you, Coulter and O’Rielly simply cannot take a stand for right or wrong because you always want to be on the winning side.

        There is no courage in your words or credibility for that matter.

        Learn to take a stand for right or wrong, good or bad, truth or lie at least you will have some dignity.

      • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

        I wouldn’t say that Malkin “hates” Coulter, just that Malkin isn’t for making the kind of jokes about liberals that Coulter does. Malkin does have kids, whereas Coulter doesn’t, so the latter’s more free to make the jokes that she does, while if former would do so, she’d look like a bad mother.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          I don’t think it is that, I just think Coulter says things like this which are in bad taste and it only justifies what people on the left say about us. Saying you wish death on someone is just low no matter what side you are on.

          • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

            Because Coulter’s satirical, I think she does it because that way she can expose leftists for who they are. Unlike liberals, I wouldn’t say that she wants Meghan McCain dead. Because liberals are a-ok with partying in the streets (sometimes literally) over the deaths of Thatcher, Rick Warren’s son, etc., her point may’ve been to expose leftist hypocrisy. (If a famous Republican had a loved one who’d been killed by a gunman and then said Republican would come out in favor of gun control, there’s no doubt that liberals would relish the moment.) Case in point: After Isaiah Washington called another fellow actor a “faggot” and then later said that he’d go into rehab for doing so, Coulter, during a speech, said this: “I was going to have a few comments on John Edwards, but it turns out that you have to go to rehab if you use the word ‘faggot.'” Later, Bill Maher had remarked that he’d wished that Dick Cheney would’ve been killed in a terrorist attack. When Coulter eventually appeared on “Good Morning America,” her response, when asked, to her first remark about Edwards was: “So I’ve learned my lesson: If I’m going to say anything about John Edwards in the future, I’ll just wish he had been killed in a terrorist assassination plot,” and even referenced Maher. Liberals seriously did not get it, and actually thought that she meant both comments. In my last post about Coulter vs. Malkin, I should’ve said that since Coulter doesn’t have kids, she feels more at free to say the kind of stuff she says. Not that Malkin would do the same if she didn’t have kids. Coulter’s kind of unique: There aren’t many right-wingers who’ll expose left-wing hypocrisy by purposely acting EXACTLY like lefties themselves do, and then letting them get their panties in a wad over it.

          • Maxx

            Parroting liberal idiocy serves whose interest exactly…Coulter’s or the conservative movement? Everything you wrote is exactly correct…if the goal is to keep Coulter’s name in the papers, party be dammed.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        Lefties don’t engage in them because they have no shame.

      • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

        Well, I’ll listen to what each of those folks has to say.

        Best not to get involved in celeb smackdowns.

        The real problem isn’t that, it’s the fact that conservatives are on the take and didn’t show up in 2012.

        And look, a lot of the people you mentioned compete with each other, but I’ll bet you 100 bucks that EVERY SINGLE one of them showed up and voted for Romney.

        I assure you, not every “conservative” poster on here can say that!

      • nc

        Scott, I wish you would repost this about once a month. We need to remember that, in spite of our differences, we have much in common, especially a common opponent, the libs.

        I’m sorry that some responses below seemed to interpret your place “in the middle” as a political position.

        • Scott Carroll

          Thanks nc, I appreciate that. Judging by the up votes, the vast majority of the people who read my post understood perfectly what I meant by “being in the middle”, but for the obtuse among us I meant being in the middle between feuding factions both of whom you happen to agree with.

    • Brad

      So it’s ok to joke about killing people? Ok let’s see what happens here at Twitchy the next time someone jokes about killing Michelle Malkin or Sarah Palin….

      • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

        Well if history repeats itself, we won’t hear any outrage from Cindy or Meghan. Just sayin.

      • Jeri DeSilva Vincent

        There have been sick and twisted things said about conservative women all along, and the left doesn’t even flinch, they never miss a step. In fact, the nastier things you say, the more you’re allowed to donate (Bill Maher, you listening?). So don’t take the moral high ground here, the left is nothing but a bunch of self serving hypocrites.

        • PatriotRG

          very well said

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        Is it okay? Probably not. However, I think people are missing the point. Coulter was responding to Bashir’s hand wrangling and pearl clutching and not McCain.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          Yeah, but if she had kept her mouth shut we would be focusing on him instead of liberals focusing on us.

      • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

        People on the left say vile things to them all the time, and do you really think that Ann Coulter will harm even one hair on Meghan’s purdy little head?

        I think not.

        Besides, Brad, the McCains need to decide for themselves how to take it and if Meghan’s first impulse is to outdo her twitter over this, I don’t think she’s shaking in her boots.

        She’s probably calling out Ann over more conservative views.

  • PoliticsOfFear

    Ann Couter has been overacting since CPAC after her move leftward in 2012 endorsing Romney and name calling conservatives. Now she’s making threats. Hopefully Coulter’s threats are as empty as her credibility.

    Also, yeah, way to go Ann, you made people sympathize and side with Meghan McCain. A fake conservative threatens a fake Republican. Ann, I suggest your next book should be called “Stupid” and that it’s an autobiography.

    • Andy Jacobson

      Not a word about any liberals overacting? ok got it.

      • PoliticsOfFear

        This is about Ann Coulter, not “liberals” although Coulter’s Romney support does make her “liberal”.

        • Well Done

          it’s not about Coulter, it’s about how many stupid repubs there are more than willing to go after their own despite starkly inexcusable outrages coming from the undocumented President’ administration every freakin’ day!

          • PoliticsOfFear

            Coulter is not on our side if you are conservative. She wrote “3 Cheers for RomneyCare”. She endorsed big government socialism and pretended that ObamaCare wasn’t invented by Romney and his advisors while Governor. Mitt was the most liberal GOP nominee since Nixon. Coulter is a fraud, she’s a fake and if people think she’s conservative then you might as well believe Obama is “moderate” or something.

          • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

            Did you actually read the column? Romney’s version of Romneycare wasn’t socialism; the Democrats’ version of it was. Romney proposed that Romneycare be a “no frills” type of plan. The Democrats chocked it full of junk so that it would cover 1 million different things. That Obamacare requires all citizens to purchase health insurance or pay a tax/penalty, whatever, isn’t what makes it socialist. The reason Obamacare’s socialist is because of the subsidies & the 15-member board, etc.

          • PoliticsOfFear

            LOL! It’s cute and adorable watching Romney Cheerleaders contort themselves as they pretend Romney wasn’t liberal, ObamaCare wasn’t nationalized RomneyCare. No wonder Republicans lose and conservatives like me have to look elsewhere.

          • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

            Yes, as Romneycare is as law, it is just like Obamacare. But Romney never meant for his plan to pay for sex changes, birth control, abortion, etc. That job was for MA Democrats.

      • Brad

        This is about Ann Coulter, not about liberals.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

          Wasn’t Coulter’s remark made in response to a comment made by a liberal? Given that it, indeed, was-how can they be completely left out of the equation?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      She’s making threats? How does her statement imply threat of malice or place McCain in eminent danger?

  • Neill Augustine

    “Diarrhea of the mouth” is known as logorrhea. English; our mother tongue; learn it, use it.

    • Bow2kaos

      “Diarrhea of the mouth” is English, It is a contextual description of the logorrhea being referred to. So you know an uncommon word, don’t act smug about it.

      • Neill Augustine

        Of course it’s English, dolt. I was suggesting that the night editor over there try to come up with something a little less juvenile to depict the output from Ms. Coulter’s lips.

        Are you really that dry & humorless? Thinking that my exhortation to fully embrace the nuances of their mother tongue was anything but a light-hearted poke, and a gentle prod toward using less repulsive graphic illustrations?

        Lighten up, Jeff, and you other 7 who didn’t know ‘logorrhea’.

    • daeghrefn

      Try this one out: “pedantic”.

  • Guest

    Bashir suggested the murdering, Coulter made a joke about it. She was only as serious as Bashir-OH why bother.

  • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

    Why does Ann Coulter still have a platform to speak? She is Bill Maher with boobs.

    • AaronHarrisinAlaska

      And so the Conservatives have their Maher. The seven are broken and the horsemen ride. God can not help us now.

    • Richard Wayne

      Alternatively, she is Bill Maher with an Adam’s apple. Ann has been in her own world for a bit. I much prefer the innocuous verbal diarrhea that sometimes comes from Bachmann or Palin than the ones that does real damage like Coulter’s other comments/support for quasi-conservatives.

      • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

        Sometimes she has a good point but she just ruins it with her rhetoric.

    • Well Done

      Coulter only reminds us how stupid and outrageous so many Dems are, and how stupid so many Repubs are for going after her. it’s quite possible that most who are going after her aren’t even Repubs

      • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

        You’re right in my case :) But really, you don”t find her offensive? Calling people retards is A- okay in your book? She’s a very smart woman, but she goes for shock value, which imho negates any point she is trying to make.

        • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

          No, it’s not offensive. “Moron” and “idiot” used to refer to someone who had a considerably low IQ, but I don’t see anyone getting mad over people calling each other “morons” or “idiots.” David Horowitz even stated this not long after Coulter made her infamous remark about converting Muslims to Christianity: “I began running Coulter columns on Frontpagemag.com shortly after she came up with her most infamous line, which urged America to put jihadists to the sword and convert them to Christianity. Liberals were horrified; I was not. I thought to myself, this is a perfect send-up of what our Islamo-fascist enemies believe—that as infidels we should be put to the sword and converted to Islam. I regarded Coulter’s phillipic (sic) as a Swiftian commentary on liberal illusions of multi-cultural outreach to people who want to rip out our hearts.”

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      Because she has market appeal?

      • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

        You are right in that regard- she gets people talking about her. I just don’t subscribe to the shock jock routine. I happen to think she is smarter than that. As for why no one is talking about Bashir- he’s not even worth the space.

  • descolada9

    Whether someone else made the original suggestion or not, Ann is guilty of going along with it. I used to respect her, but like Mark Levin I have to wonder how it was she went off of the deep end so badly.

  • arrow2010

    Man Coulter?

    • Andy Jacobson

      No this isn’t your gay bathhouse blog.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      Nothing substantive to offer?

    • RedSoloCup

      War on women?

  • Andy Jacobson

    “My father is a very famous politician” That’s why we’re stuck with a full blown Commie Marxist usurping the WH.

    • ceemack

      Hmmm…is he “famous” or infamous?

      • shimauma

        in hollywood culture, it means the same thing El Wapo!

    • http://twitter.com/KayGester KayGee

      Oh wait, sir, let me help you with that, it look’s like you’re forgetting the “Socialist-kenyan-muslim-fascists-stalin-hitler” parts at the end of your sentence there so I wanted to help FTFY.

    • bob bear

      OK, take that foil hat off, and go to bed!

  • Well Done

    In other news, John McCain is right freakin’ out of it. especially lately, with this gun vote. what a gawd dam pinhead.

  • TocksNedlog

    Not cool.

  • $496051

    Ann is a provocateur, look it up.

  • RWandB

    It’s a joke. You can tell because IT”S A JOKE! And the target makes it even funnier!

    • Brad

      Would you still defend Coulter if she had said “let’s start with Bristol Palin”?

      • Jeri DeSilva Vincent

        Ah but did anyone go after Letterman when he said exactly that? Hypocrites, the lot of you.

  • Brad

    Coulter is irrelevant. No one buys her books anymore.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      So, the NY Times bestseller list is somehow manipulated to make it appear as though people do buy her books?

  • Maxx

    I realize Ann you’re a bomb thrower and that’s your shtick but at some point, you’ve got to dial it back. I’ve been a supporter of yours for years but honest to God, it seems like it’s become impossible for you to articulate a conservative position without creating a purposeful firestorm and the end result isn’t discourse about liberal hypocrisies, which you excel at, rather discourse about Ann Coulter and your otherwise spot on observations become lost in the fallout.

    Who among us doesn’t believe you could have addressed that idiot Bashir’s comment without calling for the execution of a Senator’s daughter?

    You’re far too intelligent to parrot the kind of personal attacks we’ve come to expect when the progs chase after Sarah and her children. That kind of comment is something I would expect the nitwits down the hall at Huff Po to articulate regarding Bristol.

    Throttle it back a bit…this isn’t helping.

    • Noelle C Campbell

      Oh please. It’s not like we all don’t secretly want the entire McCain clan to drop off a cliff…

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        Drop off a cliff? No. Take leave, permanently, from politics and the media? You betcha…

      • Maxx

        Thank you for making my point. You write “secretly” and yet there was nothing secret about Coulter’s idiotic rebuttal. Why Ann continues to go down this path is beyond me. Well, actually I do know. She’s created a brand and that brand requires exposure. At this stage of her career, Coulter must feel such barbs are necessary to keep that brand alive. Unfortunately, it’s to the determent of the very party she claims to support. When you throw bombs like Coulter, life becomes more about Ann than anything else. When Ann attacks a conservative senator’s daughter in such a way, how is that any different than the vile and despicable attacks lobbied at Bristol Palin for the past several years? When the line between liberal and conservative is blurred in such a way that one need only replace the name of McCain’s daughter with Sarah’s to emote a liberal attack, that is not how we will convince others that WE are better than THEM.

        • Noelle C Campbell

          We aren’t better than them. We’re just right and they are wrong.

    • Stone Bryson

      Well said, good sir.

      I fear Ms Coulter has become a caricature of what she once was; to be honest, I have a tough time taking her seriously anymore. As for this latest stunt – um, I mean ‘statement’ – in my opinion she was way over the line. Again.

      Twitchy called this one right. When you’re feeling sympathy for Meghan McCain, you’ve really said something insidious…

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      The context:

      MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a
      member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun
      proposals.

      The left hates Ann Coulter because she has adopted their tactics.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Yeah, but as I stated above if she had kept her mouth shut people would not be focusing on her instead of Bashir. I don’t see how it helps us to have some jackass making a fool out of us while we are trying to point out the left’s foolishness. It is counterproductive and always has been, Ann just wants attention or else she wouldn’t be throwing other conservatives like Sarah Palin under the bus and constantly making herself a lightning rod for attention.

        • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

          The problem with Palin is that she has sometimes made a fool of herself, and also needs to touch up on her knowledge. Her thinking that South Africa was just a part of a sovereign country, and that the British monarchy, not the Prime Minister, is the head of the British army, among other things, weren’t things that were just blown out of proportion by the media. She also needs to learn that if she wants to be deemed more credible, then she’ll need to stop using colloquial English while speaking in public. Some conservatives need to learn that defending her every gaffe isn’t helpful to the conservative movement, just as Democrats need to learn that their defense of Clinton’s dropping of his pants in front of Paula Jones and telling her to “kiss it” and the late Ted Kennedy’s leaving of a campaign worker in a sunken car to sit there and drown—and then not do a single thing about it—is unacceptable (and unhelpful to their cause—not that I don’t want them to continue to appear to be stupid). I was defensive of her for her remarks on Paul Revere, her resignation, and Andrew Sullivan’s idiotic remarks about her, but the two examples I gave, among others, are not defensible. We can’t be the stupid party; we need to leave that job to the Democrats.

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      And although I’m sure you don’t have any evidence for bomb-throwing, it’s a cute metaphor, She has actually been on the receiving end of thrown objects, although as she noted, “He threw like a girl, so he missed”. That’s on video by the way.

  • Freempg

    Ann Coulter (colt-er) has been feeling her oats, rather her beans these days as she switched her menopause regimen from Premarin derived from horse urine for the side-effect of her long face resembling more and more a mare and is now injecting bio-identical hormones derived from genetically-modified Monsanto soybeans with side-effects causing the sprouting of a Nare-resistant hide of hair and rather than a mare now bears a striking resemblance to a jack ass. Her cackle is now more a bray than a neigh.

    • Jeri DeSilva Vincent

      See, you’re post is so typically liberal: nothing of substance, no intelligent response, so you attack a person their looks. I expect nothing better from the left, whose arguments are so illogical and so poorly thought out, that they have to resort to personal attacks and smear campaigns. You didn’t say you thought her remarks were in poor taste, or wrong, you attacked her looks. How pathetic is that?

      • http://www.facebook.com/luke.givens.963 Luke Givens

        So where exactly have you been on this site and all the other sites that make fun of Clinton, Pelosi, Michelle Obama et al based completely on their looks on a daily, if not hourly basis?

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

          Completely based on looks and not policy or statements? You’ve obviously missed a few articles in the course of your research.

        • Duane Savage

          If blended all three of those, you would get a brain damaged, fat assed, wildeyed moonbat with glasses.

      • Freempg

        Ah yes, another Axelrod/Soros sewer rat posing as a conservative. You’re history of nine posts is impressive stacked up against my 8,000 anyone of which can be read even by you to determine my political affiliations.

        You guys are really bad at this.

      • http://twitter.com/4ever_a_kafir Travis Wolfeil

        Totally agree! And these people complain about Coulter?! At least she doesn’t make things up! I mean, really! She’s never rambled ON and ON about total nonsense!

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      the war on women

      • Freempg

        I will give Ann credit for one good line she had at CPAC:Ted Kennedy is the only one known to have a confirmed kill in the war on women. She also said something about the rapist Bill Clinton, but I forget exactly, I’m sure you can imagine, they’re on your side, after all.

  • Marc T Grove

    I am no fan of the Mccains, but I dont wish them harm. making comments or jokes about it are the same sick tactics of the left that we claim to despise. I am tired of being represented by people like Coulter, who elected her to speak for me and other Conservatives?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      No ‘election’ was held. She is a pundit and a fiery one at that. She was responding to an over the top comment made by Bashir and now everyone is clutching their pearls.

  • President Walker

    I don’t hold Liberals responsible for Bill Maher, Rev Wright or Joe Scarborough?

    • Noelle C Campbell

      If you don’t hold liberals responsible for Bill Maher et al, you must be a conservative or libertarian who believes in individual rights and responsibilities.

  • NatesMama

    I love Ann but the simple fact is that we cannot continue to act indignant when a liberal makes a similar joke about Sarah Palin or one of her children if we are going to simply snicker and excuse it when one of our own does the same thing. We scream and finger point and use “hypocrites!” as a battle cry and yet we never seem to want to turn that finger around and point the other way.

    Yes, it was a joke. Obviously, Ann isn’t going to go out and kill Meghan McCain. But it was a bad joke and beneath someone of Coulter’s intelligence. Maybe we would be justified in complaining about personal attacks and straw man arguments from the left if we held ourselves to the same standards. Until then, we won’t be united…and it has nothing to do with whether or not we approved of a silly one-off joke.

    • wwbdinct

      I agree with you. Coulter was way out of line and if I were Cindy McCain, I wouldn’t be tweeting to Coulter, I’d be out looking for her…. That being said, this is the sorry state of our country under the divider-in-chief. He deliberately has caused all this rancor and hate. One only has to read all the vicious, spiteful and violent comments that he sends his army of Kool-aid drinking trolls out to post on conservative sites 24/7.

      • http://www.facebook.com/luke.givens.963 Luke Givens

        LOL, how did I know someone would find a way to blame Obama for a spat between two Republicans.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

          How is calling Obama divisive an example of blaming him for the Coulter/McCain schism? A parallel does not imply that the comment you are responding to is placing blame on the President.

        • Duane Savage

          Everybody got tired of blaming Bush

        • wwbdinct

          You are the shining of example of what I said in my post. A Kool-Aid drinking troll set out to spew hatred on conservative sites. I know your history. I reject what Coulter said but you saw fit to ignore that. There’s a larger point here and that is what Obama delberately set out to do in 2008 beginning with Sarah Palin.

    • Noelle C Campbell

      Is making a joke from a straw man argument another straw man argument? I don’t get your point.

  • Jim

    And yet nobody goes after Martin Bashir, only Ann Coulter. Idiots.

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      yes, because Ann had to run her mouth again and make it about her.

      • YERMOM182

        Ann didn’t make it about her.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          She didn’t? Who is everyone talking about? Ann or Bashir?

          • YERMOM182

            she did not make it about her

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            good argument <—-this is sarcasm

          • bob bear

            stop crying little boy

  • Noelle C Campbell

    Saying ‘how would you feel if someone did that to your family member’ to Ann Coulter, who gets death threats daily on television, is something out of a dumb blonde joke.

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      That in no way makes it alright for her to do the same, in fact because she herself has been on the receiving end means that she above anyone else should know better.

  • SideshowJon36

    Coulter often makes some great, insightful points in her columns and books, but you can never cite her in serious conversation because she all too often insists on being a sociopath

  • Yeah I Said It

    Hey Cindy! Your husband is a despicable Judas who betrays his own party on a daily basis. He is paid by obama to make trouble and persuade republicans to vote against the Constitution. He is doing the will of O & helping to destroy the country. Tell him we are on to his and obama’s game and to just come out of the democrat closet already!

  • n4cerinc

    Ann Coulter is a freakin plan to make the Right look bad. When the right wakes up and stop supporting her in any way, she might go away. The woman is one with Bill Maher.

  • DB

    Bashir started it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/charles.hopkins.5688 Charles Hopkins

    She has a life… and a very prosperous one. It was just that… a joke. People seem to joke all day long until its directed at them then they start crying. The point is.. that your father runs as a conservative which he has no right to do… and no, we DON”T “have to work with these people”. Anything liberal is totally contrary to the faith and founding of this country, period. If you are just going to cry instead of see the point then go ahead. If you REALLY believe she literally wants you to be killed you’re an idiot.

  • kateorjane

    As much as I might agree that Ann has sunk to liberal levels of nasty I am curious as to whether the McCain gals got all hissy about Bashir’s comment. Or do they only find insults offensive when they’re directed at them?

  • Rod Nickels

    What about bashir? He gets a free ride?

  • http://www.facebook.com/clyde.hodges.9 Clyde Hodges

    Ann Made a joke. Cindy got all sensitive because her father is showing his RHINO, and her father is being called to task for it. She sees the villagers coming for her family with torches and pitchforks and carrying ropes. Right now her tunnel vision will not let her see what Ann’s comment was all about,…….a Joke for goodness sake!

  • Silenttype78

    One claiming to be conservative should never wish death upon people you don’t agree with. That’s what lib-progs do.
    We should maintain higher standards.

    • Geoff H Dyce

      We have been maintaining higher standards. How does it seem to be working for you. Its time we learned (as someone unknown to me) you don’t bring a knife to a gunfight. As soon as the conservatives catch on to that, we might have a chance to take back America.

      • Silenttype78

        Obviously you are free to chose your own path.
        I believe to wish death upon or celebrate the death of ideological enemies in the name of_____ (insert goal here) is incompatible with everything conservatives believe.

        It’s a dangerous line of thought. It is at the heart of some of the most horrific crimes against humanity.

  • Guest

    Her father is a sell out.

  • Joe W.

    A bit over the top, but still a joke. Maybe in poor taste, but there are times when douche nozzles like Bashir bring out the worst in all of us. With all of the important stuff befalling our once great nation, this is nothing but static. Move on, folks…nothing to see here….

  • Kenneth James Abbott

    On the one hand–yeah, joking about seeing someone killed is screwed up. I’m no fan of Meghan McCain (although she’s not as big a loser as her papa), but all the same I wouldn’t think “Hey, if someone’s gotta die, why not her?!” is funny.

    On the other hand, telling Ann Coulter that she’d feel different if one of her family members were threatened is pretty dumb. It’s a fair bet that everyone Ann Coulter has ever been seen with has been threatened with a slow, agonizing death at least three or four times.

    Likewise, claiming that she’s threatening Meghan, or actually wants her to die, is likewise pretty dumb, and disingenuous to boot. What it was–a sick, offensive joke that wasn’t funny–was bad enough; there’s no need to turn it into something even worse.

  • lonestar

    They didn’t seem to mind when John’s running mate had her family threatened.

  • froggy19510

    I just wish the McCains, Clintons, Bushes, and Kennedys would all just go away and take Karl Rove, Joe Trippi, Dick Morris, and Bob Beckel.Don’t forget to take Dana Perino and her little dog too. I am sick of all of them.

  • Vicki

    Weren’t too bothered by all the threats received by the plain family were you Meg?

  • Randolph Leslie Smith

    Yet, Megan McCain is not appalled at Martin Bashirs’ comment?

  • Jake Wilde

    Stupid begats stupid. Coulter does provide some insightful points to political discussion, but her irrascible behavior makes her taboo. She usually tries to make a point from some abstract perspective and it gets very tiring. However, the McCains should retire from all public life. I respect his service to our country but not his political career. I would rather see him retire and give his district to someone that doesn’t subscribe to his progressive ways.

  • Geoff H Dyce

    Where are their big mouths when the libby left wishes death on the Palins, etc. No one wants to see anyone die….just go away would be fine.

  • D3LN3GRO

    lol… “My father is a very famous politician.” reminds me of: http://youtu.be/a4haJ_K1xDk?t=50s

  • blueniner

    Jealous RINO Stan Coulter, a few days ago it was Sarah Palin, and now the McCains, “Annie Cant Have A Baby” has her vicious lying long knives out again. Whats the matter Coulter book sales are down, you still in need for more attention? I guess Bill Maher has influenced you to go left, but dont worry Hannuty will let you be on his TV show to spew more of your nonsense!

    • ratizbad

      Dick head … For sure.. STFU

  • AJ Feldman

    Infamous politician. He’s part of the establishment and the reason why Obama won the first time. Meghan, your father can’t walk and chew gum at the same time.

  • Rebecca Brewster

    I really can’t believe some of the things Megan McCain says and she was raised in a conservative household. Sometimes I think she has diarraha of the mouth, but as that may be Ann Coulter had no right to say she should be killed. None of us want our children killed no matter what they grow into.

    • CherDash

      @facebook-1109721045:disqus: I beg to differ. She was raised in the McCain household, *not* a conservative one.

  • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

    maggot mccain

  • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

    “MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a
    member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun
    proposals. (Let’s start with Meghan McCain!)”

    So it was Martin Bashir (whoever the hell he is).

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1486141321 Joanne Satmary

    I do not approve of Ann Coulter saying those things. It is despicable. However, it is time for you father to go. He is not helping the American people. He is not a strong voice, he is not longer a hero, he gave that honor away!

  • j p

    Things done for profit tend toward what ever maximizes profit. You see it in television programing, you see it in churches, and you certainly see it with celebrity/authors. If over the edge comments bring attention, bad publicity can be better than no publicity, when it comes to selling books and appearances. It is sad when a good cause gets buried in the drifting of the goals. It is sad when a leader becomes the example for the opposition hold up for ridicule with any legitimate justification. It is very tempting to fling back what is flung at us. But temptation can turn a Billy Graham into a Jimmy Swaggart.

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a
      member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun
      proposals.

      • j p

        I heard the clip of that on the radio. He is making an asinine assumption. In the war to gain our freedom from England I’m sure many children of leaders were killed but it didn’t make the leaders decide freedom was not worth the loss. It is terrible to lose a child but possibly more terrible to sell our children’s freedom to keep them “safe”.

  • DeBaliviere

    REOWR! Cat fight!

  • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

    I don’t deal with anything that xo’s at the end of what they perceive as intelligent.

  • Isabella1709

    I certainly hope Meghen reads, perhaps she should recognize how dumb she comes across. But Shame on Ann for giving this dummy any kind of publicity, the girl will do anything to be noticed all on her own.

  • Thursdaythe12th

    Get a sense of humour people. You want to be outraged? Get angry about the ACTUAL killings going on every day, or Bashing Bashir who suggested killing people.

    • John_Frank

      Really, so it is okay that Ann Coulter “jokes” about killing Meghan McCain, as a riff off of Bashir’s despicable statement?

      Absolutely not.

      To borrow from one of Cindy McCain’s tweets, supporting Coulter shows #no respect, is #sick, and #crazy.

      • https://twitter.com/thehiredmind Hired Mind

        Bashir made the suggestion. Coulter simply voiced a hope that – should Bashir’s sick fantasy come to pass – it would happen in a way that would minimize the damage to the GOP.

        • John_Frank

          Sorry, but that is absolutely no justification for Coulter’s “joke.”

  • John_Frank

    Ann Coulter …. absolutely disgusting joke …. no excuse …. appalling … sick.

    While people may want to consider Coulter a “conservative firebrand,” with her recent behavior, including this most recent stunt, she has simply become IMV a “sicko.”

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      The context:

      MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a
      member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun
      proposals.

      • John_Frank

        The context does not excuse what Coulter wrote.

        • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

          She’s just employing the tactics of the left

      • oconnellc

        I’m not sure what you think you are saying. Bashir said that Republicans wouldn’t support gun control until one of their family members was killed. Holy shit, at least misquote in a way that isn’t totally obvious.

  • JoeMyGodNYC

    I’m sure GOProud is VERY proud of their honorary chairwoman.

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      The context:

      MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a
      member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun
      proposals.

      • JoeMyGodNYC

        I am well aware of the context. Considering that historically GOP figures have often only backed other causes when it personally affects them (Sen. Rob Portman, for example), Bashir’s *theoretical* question was not at all out of line. Naming a specific person is.

        • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

          “Bashir’s *theoretical* question…”

          “MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun proposals.”

          Does that look like a question to you?

          Coulter joked…Bashir suggested…at least they admit that Coulter was joking.

  • Cruz2016!!!

    I don’t know who I can’t stand more…Meghan McCain or Ann Coulter….they both deserve each other…..fake conservative biotches!

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      another liberal hater

      • Cruz2016!!!

        Yes…I hate liberals!!

  • Marie

    Ugh. Hate to admit it, but I’m Team Meghan on this one.

    The Coultergeist is reprehensible. She needs to stop acting like some bitchy cheerleader and start acting like an adult.

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      The party of homosexuals tells others to act like adults! The reason the left hates Coulter is that she has adopted their tactics.

      • oconnellc

        You’re insane, aren’t you? “The party of homosexuals”. In your head, when you repeat that stuff to yourself, do you think “yeah, that is a reasonable thing that an intelligent adult would say”?

        • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

          The homosexual has the emotional development of a 12 year-old. Have you ever known any of these people?

  • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

    “Ann Coulter jokes about killing Meghan McCain” is the title.

    …but…

    “MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a
    member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun
    proposals.”

    • http://www.facebook.com/100000220517250 Thomas Collins

      …at least they acknowledge that Coulter was joking.

  • William Sheridan-Green

    Perhaps you do not understand that your father is killing all of us with his support for illegal immigrants. It will be the death of the United States as we know it.

  • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

    Let me just say this: If you feel threatened like the McCains say they do, you file a report with law enforcement, preferably before resorting to twitter.

    Regarding Ann Coulter, take her for what she is: someone who is trying to sell books and has a brand name.

    • oconnellc

      Here here! Finally, someone who realizes that Michelle Malkin is trying to just hype mostly meaningless nonsense by fringe elements just to milk a bunch of sheep out of their money.

  • oconnellc

    Hey, Michelle Malkin, if your conscience bothers you for a few seconds for using stuff like this to make money, rather than do something meaningful with your celebrity, how about reporting on this: http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20130410/11570822664/cispas-sponsor-cant-even-keep-his-story-straight-about-nsa-having-access-to-your-data.shtml

  • Raye09

    Again, Martin Bashir goes above and beyond my expectations of lack of decency, his comment is disgusting, and shame on Ann Coulter for feeding into it.
    I don’t blame Meghan’s mom, threaten anyone’s kid and you are going to get a mouthful.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gary-Jackson/1316589869 Gary Jackson

    People need to STOP describing Ann Coulter as a “conservative” Coulter is nothing of the sort. Coulter is a liberal, money grubbing fraud.

    First Coulter shilled for liberal Republican Mitt Romney, then in 2012 she was pushing for Hamas terrorist loving PIG, liberal Republican Chris Christie.

    Coulter used the death of Lady Maggie Thatcher to repeat a long debunked LIE about Sarah Palin.

    Never forget Coulter used to date diseased leftist thug Bill Maher. THAT is the sort of filth Coulter prefers to lay down with.

  • Jeremy

    Meghan McCain lets herself be used as a tool by the the liberal press and she has no clue because,she is a dim bulb

  • radicallyalyssa

    I like Ann Coulter, period.

  • Peter Barney

    Your father is not a True Conservative Republican he is a “Rhino” and feel I, sorry for all you people that live in Arizona. Right Now! You know what your dear old dad did, yesterday? Defeat the Filibuster Of Background Check Bill in the Senate vote. Yeah he ‘s a true conservative. Not!

  • Kevin Krom

    Coulter gained her notoriety by being edgy and in-your-face, not pulling punches. But at some point, she started becoming a “shock jock” who was more interested in generating outrage than in selling any ideas.

    Ironic that a couple of all-out tools for the GOP establishment are going at each other, though.

  • MisterIncredible

    So it’s all right when Ann does it because the left does it too?

    This kind of rhetoric is shameful, regardless of which side it comes from.

  • YERMOM182

    it’s actually kinda funny

  • kim

    and the saddest part? Not once did McCain mention Bashir’s comment about killing Senators’ family members, just the comment about her personally. So the moral of this is it is okay to state republican senators family members should be shot as long as you do not name one, right?

  • shimauma

    @anncoulter is jealous of @meghanmccain’s extreme brand of RINO hornsucking, death threats are generally a libturd response.