Ann Coulter & Chris Hayes
Ann Hart Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is an American lawyer, conservative social and political commentator, author, and syndicated columnist. Huey Lewis and the News is an American rock band based in San Francisco, California. They had a run of hit singles during the 1980s and early 1990s, eventually scoring a total of 19 top-ten singles across the Billboard Hot 100, Adult Contemporary and Mainstream Rock charts./5
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Ann Coulter prefers to watch MSNBC because she finds it funny, loves Chris Hayes and would fire Chris Matthews if she could. In an interview with Mediaite, Coulter laid out her cable news preference, saying she watches MSNBC mostly for entertainment.Conservative pundit Ann Counter thinks Hillary...
Forget the Presidential debates...the debates that I really want to see are: Chris Matthews - Bill O'Reilly Ed Schultz - Rush Limbaugh Keith Olberman - Sean Hannity Al Sharpton - Pat Buchanan Rachel Maddow - Ann Coulter (not really that much of a contest...but just stylistics) I don't even want to sic Chris Hayes on anybody. That's all for now.
Dear Art, Last Sunday, I squared off with pundit Ann Coulter on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos." Coulter took a shot at "public sector workers", and I took a stand for firefighters and teachers -- like my parents. That was just the beginning of a big week of media coverage here at Rebuild the Dream: What's the one thing you need to know about doubling student debt interest rates? My co-founder, Natalie Foster, had the answer this week on MSNBC's "Up with Chris Hayes." See her in action in this clip. Here's another great clip, where she talks about the power of underwater voters. Molly Katchpole, our millennial organizer, was the main feature in a National Journal piece about the rising power of everyday people, calling her "the face of consumers." We've been busy collaborating with the community. I gave a keynote speech at the Netroots Nation conference. And our Organizing Director, Caroline Murray, gave a speech at the "Strategies for a New Economy" conference, organized by the New Economics ...
It's repugnant that the National Commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars attacks MSNBC host Chris Hayes for voicing his discomfort with the use of the word "hero" being thrown around to describe U.S. troops killed in action. It's sad that he retracted his statement by apologizing for it. It's more repugnant pundits from Breitbart's Kurt Schlichter to brain-dead conservatoid nitwit Ann Coulter attacked him for espousing his view on which he backpedaled. Attached URL on here: URL:
As always, you can count on Ann Coulter for a witty riposte.
Ann coulter is not a god, but I reserve the right to worship her ability to eviscerate the ignorance & despicable nature of some cultural commentators. (Look for Ann's commentary on Chris Hayes comments this past weekend)
Thank you Ann (Rush Limbaugh) Coulter called for devaluing your own gender. Nasty Annie called Chris Hayes “a woman” because he said the word “hero” was overused. He was a jerk for saying that not all fallen soldiers are heroes but why call him a woman? Why are you so hateful Ann Coulter?
"Chris Hayes [MSNBC Host] 'Uncomfortable' calling fallen military 'Heroes' - Military responds by protecting his right to menstruate." -Ann Coulter
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