You may recall that a few nights ago Sean Hannity grandstanded his proposal to shut down the government as he showed off his "principles" to Fox's newly-anointed presidential candidate for 2016, Dr. Benjamin Carson. Carson kinda sorta went along with the idea but he fell short of fully endorsing it. Thursday night (3/21/13), however, Ann Coulter swatted it away as nothing less than useless.
Maybe it just wasn't vicious enough for Coulter. Or maybe she can't stand the idea of poison coming from anyone's mouth but her own. Whatever the reason, she told Hannity, "Passion and principle is great, but you need to win elections, and that's how you actually change stuff."
So does voting lawfully, a lesson we hoped Coulter finally learned - from being a two-time voter fraud suspect - before she began lecturing Hannity on our political process.
Video below via Mediaite.
Coulter Clashes With Hannity Over The GOP: 'Passion And Principle Is Great, But You Need To Win Elections'
Sean Hannity tonight said Congress should not have passed a continuing resolution on the budget earlier today, arguing that the GOP needs to take a stand if it is going to successfully repeal Obamacare. Ann Coulter disagreed vehemently with Hannity, saying that the Republican party needs to prioritize winning elections over "passion and principle" until they have clear majorities in both the House and Senate.
Don’t worry, he won’t break up with his future wife, Annie. These two lovebirds are inseparable.
Damn, Sean — how bad is it when you can’t even get your girl(?)friend to go along with one of your harebrained extremist ideas?