VIDEO: Ann Coulter Talks About Being the Right Wing Judy Garland

Aug 9, 2011 · 1985 views

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Ann calls herself the right wing Judy Garland in this interview. Do gay people really love her or is it just a select few jerks?


  1. Did she say that we want marriage because we need society acceptance. I thought that the argument was way past that long ago. I want gay marriage in America because so many benefits in this country are tied to marriage like Kitty said in podcast 1420.
    And I just don’t understand why Ann Coulter mentioned this particular point in the interview and quickly talked over it. Said that we need to focus on the benefits. Is she trying to prove that she is an informed person but yet see that the benefits of marriage could be one thing that break her arguments if she chose to dig in there further?
    For me, the only other fair alternative is separate those benefits from marriage altogether which means nobody get anything or just give us the gay marriage already. Why makes such a fuss about it?

  2. mododavid says:

    Notice that she and those GoFuckYourselvesProudly douche bags are the only ones calling her that. They also called Palin a reasoned choice for VP candidate, and they call Bachmann a possible presidential contender. Hmmm.

  3. Bill says:

    Anne Coulter is.Sue Sylvester without the charm

  4. Cassandra Fever says:

    I just wanna punch her in the face every time I hear or see her. Guess I’m one of those “angry gays” that isn’t “really gay”. What a bunch of horse shit, straight from the horses mouth. As usual, just talking to hear herself talk.

  5. Andy says:

    She is disspointed, underfu**ed and envious, just like gays who join a conserative gay group and support a bitch like her. Never listen to them, they just try to make other people feel as miserable as they do.

  6. Derek says:

    I haven’t heard much from Ann Coulter but just watching this video I don’t hate her. I’m sure that statement will give her the warm fuzzies but I’m reserving the right to change my viewpoint the more I read from her later on but from this . . . No. I do have some disagreements with her however.

    In my view a “true conservative” is someone who wouldn’t care what another couple is doing with their legal status. “Oh ok you want to get married? Good for you” A true conservative wants to live their life the way they want to live it and would want others to live their own lives how they want to live it so long as they’re not causing problems for anyone else. My marriage is not a threat to anyone else’s.

    Some conservatives say they’re for Domestic Partnerships/Civil Unions in favor of gay marriage and that’s totally fine to me. Does anyone know Coulter’s viewpoint on it? I can’t seem to find it. Either way though my one caveat with Domestic Partnerships and Civil Unions is that it creates a separate class of people that aren’t good enough for marriage status. Not only that but state Civil Unions or Domestic Partnerships aren’t recognized the same way as a marriage on the Federal level. That’s not fair.

    I still think a good compromise is to eliminate government marriages and have them only issue Civil Unions. Let the churches sanctify whatever they want to as a marriage (and, being born and raised a Catholic, I can say not every marriage is recognized in that church) and leave it at that. This leaves the door wide open for a gay friendly church to sanctify a gay marriage and allows other religious groups to be as exclusive as they want to be.

    I do find a big hole in Coulter’s statement that is saying, in essence, that the special benefits that marriage affords are only there to encourage reproduction. If that’s the case then those tax breaks should ONLY kick in for actual “mommies and daddies” not wannabes or plan-to-bes.

    One other thing she said that I can’t argue with though … “As soon as the gay gene is found guess who’s getting aborted” Can’t argue there. This would apply to anyone with anything that could be considered a defect. “We don’t want a child with that hair color” “Webbed feet? Hell no!” etc Not saying this as a for or against abortion argument at all, just saying she’s not wrong in that statement. 🙂 I don’t find this dissimilar to the childhood sex changes that are going on in India (it was India right?)

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