COULTER: Well, I say the liberal tradition comes from the French Revolution --
The fate of the bourgeoisie of our country, is, to Ms. Coulter, inconsequential. You'll notice that the first video clip below is of the first part: Ms. Coulter's haughtiness is in full sail - she looks as if she almost means what she says.
Marie Antoinette Gets A Pain In The Neck"I will not be answering private life questions. That's why we call it a private life."
The second half, where Coulter starts losing her cool, is entertaining, not only because it show Coulter bristling, but because it shows that she puts up her guard for media. In ordinary parlance, she can dish it out, but she can't take it. Her upcoming interview with Townhall.com magazine is not the bare Coulter by any means.
Morgan's (by now) much publicized hypothetical question about finding out that her child was gay was met with unfortunate (and defensive) sidesteps. It was if by answering anything personal, Coulter might actually look normal or - dare I say it? - human. She had a hell of a time erecting a steel wall between her and Morgan.
It's sad, really, when a pundit's career hangs upon lambasting the poor as nothing but a mob, for such a long diatribe can lead to the public's boredom. And with boredom comes a strange kind of oblivion. Poor queen Ann! From the reaction of the multitude, I can envision the tumbrels taking her away to a horrible but justifiable end: irrelevancy.
*One of the most common of Coulter's jokes about Joe Biden
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