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Ann Coulter: Sequester forces CPAC to cut back on 300 pounds of speakers

We’re certainly not going to assume that Ann Coulter was taking a shot at New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who was not invited to speak at this year’s CPAC gathering despite his popularity. That won’t stop these folks from assuming it for us, though.


Yeah, what did happen to Coulter’s Christie crush? In a question-and-answer session following her speech, Coulter explained that she’s now “a single-issue voter against amnesty, so he’s off my list.”

If a zing at Christie was Coulter’s opening shot, she was saving the big guns for the “War on Women,” which in her estimation the Democrats won a long time ago.






Coulter concluded by listing her picks for 2016 and repeating her single issue stance.


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