President Obama is weighing military strikes against Syria, which have the potential for very serious consequences. So who did Sean Hannity turn to as the top pundit to weigh in with analysis? Two-time voter-fraud suspect Ann Coulter.
Coulter has no experience in foreign policy nor has she ever served in the military. Her main claim to fame, as Biography.com puts it, is her brand of insult commentary. And, of course, her inflammatory invective is always directed at Democrats and/or liberals. That and a low cut dress, ladies and gentlemen, is all it takes to be a Fox News expert, apparently. At least on the Hannity show.
As usual, Coulter had what seemed like a pre-planned insult at the ready. The first comment out of her mouth was, "It's very depressing talking about foreign policy whenever a Democrat is president because they don't care about America's national security interest." That, right there, should have been grounds to dismiss her. But Hannity seemed enchanted.
Coulter loved her line so much she reiterated the sentiment at least one more time. Some might say, it seemed her main point.
"Democrats, generally they intervene when it is directly contrary to the interests of the United States," she said gleefully. "They seem to think it's selfish to do something that will help the United States such as invade Iraq, take out a dictator and preside over several democratic elections." She forgot to mention that those "democratic elections" produced a country that is now very much influenced by Iran. She and Hannity also conveniently forgot that we didn't invade Iraq to take out a dictator but purportedly because they had weapons of mass destruction - that they didn't have. Coulter never explained and Hannity never asked what good to this country came out of Iraq. I believe Cindy Sheehan still wants to know, too.
Then, in the same appearance, Coulter showed her utter lack of serious interest in democracy when she sneered that in Egypt, "We took out a ruler who was good for the United States and put in the Musim Brotherhood." In the first place, "we" didn't "take out" dictator Hosni Mubarak nor did we "put in" the Brotherhood. The Egyptians overthrew Mubarak and then elected the Brotherhood member, Mohamed Morsi.
But Coulter closed by saying, "Do not vote for Democrats for Commander-in-Chief, America." So she'll undoubtedly be back soon.
why? was malkin busy?
Brilliant choice there to have her as a guest. Afterall I’m sure Fox Nation was thinking, I wonder what Ann Coulter thoughts are on this?
He gets paid millions reading notes and a teleprompter. A 8 year-old can do the same work as this Long Island Lolito.
Annie knows nothing about foreign affairs. She sits there in her skimpy outfit and blabs nonsense to the masses and to her long time boyfriend, Hannocchio.
Hannocchio loves this broad, therefore lets her spout the most ridiculous comments on the air. Love is blind.
These two will never separate.
NOTE TO ANNIE
You are too old to dress like a teenage cheerleader.
Well, there are two reasons why Seannie-poo likes Coulter. Seannie has no foreign policy experience nor has he served in the military. When Seannie looks at Ann, he sees his other self, his separated conjoined twin.
Bin Laden says what?
If you ask him if the war was worth it, he will endlessly cite the deaths of Saddam and Uday and Qusay (he loves to say those names over and over; proof that his diction coach earned her fee).
Slimy Sean will never mention the real costs of the war, the thousands of dead and maimed Americans, the millions of killed, injured and displaced Iraqis (who still die by the dozens in 2013), nor the still unpaid $billions Dubya spent on this tragedy.
After having beat the drums of war (louder than almost anyone else on the air) for bombing and invading almost every other nation in that part of the world, the only reason Hannity is expressing his reservations about Syria is because Obama seems on the verge of taking some sort of action.
Wanna bet that if the president pulls back, sicko Slanthead will change his tune in a microsecond?