Ann Coulter was bleeped for 13 seconds on Tuesday's Morning Joe after calling John McCain a douchebag. Or so we thought! Because in an interview with Joy Behar tonight, Coulter explained that she actually called McCain a "dickweed." Coulter then launched into a rant bemoaning HLN's obsession with "that white trash bimbo" Casey Anthony for good measure. Balance!
The first question you probably asked yourself when you got out of bed this morning was probably, "What insightful opinions can Ann Coulter share with me today?" And now you'll never now, thanks to the oppressive "douche bags" at Morning Joe, who bleeped out about 13 seconds of Coulter's hilariously edgy political commentary:
On Sunday night, Ann Coulter appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show and while speaking about conservative African Americans, Coulter said, "Our blacks are so much better than their blacks." Naturally, Coulter's remarks didn't sit well with many. But when she was challenged by Joy Behar tonight, Coulter wasn't about to apologize: "Ours are more impressive, there is no question about that," she said, before adding that "the only racism you hear in America these days is against conservative blacks." A clip of the interview is above.
Whose blacks are the best blacks? Ann Coulter knows: "Our blacks are so much better than their blacks," she tells Sean Hannity while discussing Herman Cain and the sexual harassment allegations he's facing. "Our," of course, being conservatives (and not, say, the Coulter family); "their," meanwhile, referring to liberals. And why bother even paying attention to boring old Ann Coulter? Because she has the best blacks. Duh.
Nobody wants Sarah Palin to run for president, except for every Democratic political operative and a persistent twenty-ish percent of the Republican electorate who only want her. Of course, she probably won't. But Republican pundits really want her to clarify that decision soon, if only to silence her supremely irritating fans.
Watching Ann Coulter antagonize black people and 9/11 widows is, at this point, pretty boring. Watching Ann Coulter answer questions about her age, though? Strangely thrilling. Here's Piers Morgan quizzing the razor-boned pipe cleaner about the time she dropped two years from her age.
On tonight's Factor, Bill O'Reilly welcomed controversial conservative talking head Ann Coulter on to discuss the nuclear crisis currently unfolding in Japan. For some reason, Coulter—pretty adamantly—wanted to let us know that radiation is good for us!