Lies And Hate: Ann Coulter’s Comments At CPAC 2011

 
 
Ann Coulter can hardly even be labeled a conservative columnist anymore. She's more of an attention-starved say-anything right-wing extremist, and one has to ask, does Ann Coulter even know what she's saying anymore?

At CPAC 2011, the Conservative Political Action Conference that wrapped up Saturday, Ann Coulter said a lot of things to get attention, and it worked. The problem is, a lot of them were lies. Most of them were hate-filled speech. Here's the list:

"When asked why the U.S. should support Israel knowing that there are jailed dissidents and journalists, she joked, "What do you mean? I think there should be more jailed journalists." (via CNN)

"The left is trying to co-opt gays." (via CBS News)

"That is [liberalism's] goal -- to destroy the family… [liberals] just made up this gay marriage thing… gays are natural conservatives." (via Esquire)

"It's just like a liberal, they import slaves, they hold slaves, they fight for slavery, they go to war in a civil war to defend slavery. They then install legal discrimination against blacks for a hundred years…" (via Esquire)

"Liberals could not be less interested in democracy when it came to taking out Saddam Hussein… Now a loyal American ally [Mubarak] comes under attack and they are burning for democracy." (via Esquire)

"The left keeps using one group after another to destroy the family. That is their goal, to destroy the family." (via CBS News)

"Liberals want to use gays as a cat's paw to attack the family because liberals want families destroyed… because then you have loyalty directly to the state." (via CNN)

“[President Obama] turned over our entire healthcare system to the Department of Motor Vehicles. You know those interminable lines at the DMV. Now imagine you’re standing in one of those lines, but this time you’re in a hospital gown that’s open in back. That’s Obamacare.” (via Mediaite)

"Initially balking at the request to name her least favorite Democrat by responding that it was "like naming my least favorite disease." (She settled on "cancer.") (via CNN)