Like any narcissist, Ann Coulter has to be the center of attention. A narcissist can only bloom in the limelight. Coulter has no shame when it comes to soliciting fame. Bearing false witness, name calling or good old fashioned prick teasing, Ann is going to get noticed, whatever it takes. Or else there'll be hell to pay. Then again, there's hell to pay when she is noticed. Either way, Coulter knows who bought her soul and that in exchange for getting all the attention she craves that she's to raise as much hell as devilishly possible.
Ann Coulter is so insecure. Sure, she works with all her marketing might to cover up a deep underlying low self-esteem with her abrasive and asinine arrogance. But her disdain thinly veils her pain. Anybody who grovels so low to get attention surely is trying to fill a dark core of despair and spiritual emptiness. And the more she seeks the spotlight, the more she reveals her desperation.
Maybe she's insecure about her looks. I mean, she does rather look like a drag queen who's been under the knife. But the feminine hormones haven't quite kicked in yet. No matter what she tries, she just can't erase that telltale Adam's apple. Perhaps that is why she always has to dress in a slinky cocktail dress and act like she's at a meat market waiting to get pounded so everybody will know she's a real woman.
And, instead of groveling at her pumps, any man who dares question Ann is obviously a girly-boy or a f*ggot. Like the time the editors at National Review questioned Coulter's writing. Obviously they were girly-boys for questioning Ann.
John Edwards is obviously a "faggot" to Ann Coulter. What else to call a man who doesn't have the same values as Ann?
Well, at least Clinton is married. As to the single Ann, who does not appear to have had any significant long term romantic relationship - at least one by the conservative Christian standards she claims - what is to be made of her saying on the Geraldo Rivera show that "Let's say I go out every night, I meet a guy and have sex with him. Good for me. I'm not married."
Let's see. If a man has multiple partners then he's a homosexual, according to Coulter. But if Ann Coulter goes out every night, has sex, and never has a lasting relationship then what does that make her? Why, it makes Ann Coulter a conservative Christian commentator in George Bush's TexAmericana, the home of the chickenhawk politician and the narcissistic commentator.