If Sandra Fluke were a conservative, I can just imagine the 24/7 hissy fit on Fox News about liberals’ attack on free speech were they to make the same remarks about her that conservatives have. But since she had the nerve to speak out on behalf of Obama’s health insurance mandate for contraception – and Rush Limbaugh verbally raped her – Fluke is firmly on the Fox News enemies list. Enter Ann Coulter - with a black brastrap sticking out from the white straps of her low-cut dress - on Hannity last night.
After her attack on a Romney campaign spokeswoman, The 50 or 48 year-old Coulter was ready for more of her childish streams of invective against liberals in general and, in this case, Sandra Fluke and single women in particular. Sean Hannity engineered the attack by playing a clip of Fluke speaking at an Obama campaign rally and asking for Coulter's reaction - surely knowing it would be inflammatorily negative. Sure enough, she took the cue:
I think it probably is a good sign that Obama is so desperate just to get the base Democratic voter – stupid, single women to vote for him. This is good news that he needs to lock up that Democrat vote.
Obviously pleased with her “insight,” she repeated it and added on:
He is trying to get the stupid single women voters, which is the Democratic Party base. And I would just say to the stupid single women voters your husband will not be able to pay you child support… If Obamacare goes through (last I checked it already went through) and Obama is re-elected, you are talking about the total destruction of wealth in America. It is the end of America as we know it… Great, you’ll get free contraception – you won’t have to pay a $10 co-pay. But it will be the end of America. Think about that.
Then later, Coulter “explained” further:
Their base is not women. It is divorced, separated, single women. It’s women who are looking at the government to be their husbands… It’s women who don’t have a man to provide for them so they turn to the government. That’s the Democratic Party’s base.
But Coulter wasn't done. ‘The one thing I’ll say about Sandra Fluke. I think she’s extremely unappealing,” Coulter giggled girlishly.
Of course, Coulter is unmarried, as she later admitted. But I guess she considers herself a smart single woman. One who just can’t seem to figure out how to vote legally.