Tonight was Ann Coulter’s turn to attack Newt Gingrich on The O’Reilly Factor. This time, the focus was on Gingrich’s radical plan to rein in what he called a “grotesquely dictatorial” judiciary. Like Glenn Beck the night before (pre debate), Coulter didn’t mince words in her criticism of Gingrich. She said, “He makes these wild overstatements… but he doesn’t make the right point, he makes a point that is not correct, he’s bombastic, he opens conservatives to ridicule… and he hurts a good cause.”
Coulter was one of at least three segments critical of Gingrich. There was O’Reilly’s opening commentary that preceded Coulter and there was Sally Quinn afterward.
O’Reilly told Coulter, “The perception in some quarters of Newt Gingrich is that he is imperious, that if he ever did get the power of the presidency, he’d run roughshod over a lot of different things. I think that (his comments about the judiciary) reinforces that perception.”
O’Reilly also said, “I don’t root for anybody.” But this kind of repeated meme doesn’t just happen on Fox and it doesn’t just happen on its number one show. Despite his claim, I’m pretty sure O’Reilly is a Romney supporter. I’m beginning to think he’s using these people to get his point across for him.
I remember him saying a few times he thought Mittens looked Presidential,which is great if you go for the Robot look.Now if he could only stop flipflopping and actually had a good working plan,Bile could ALMOST have a point.Ann Coulter is not worth my time.
Hannocchio gets very defensive when people criticizes The Newt. Will Hannocchio attack Lil’ Annie for attacking The Newt? Will Lil’ Annie call it quits with Hannocchio? Stay tune for the next episode of “The Wacky World of the GOP.”