Ann Coulter Says Nominate Chris Christie, Because Mitt Romney Will Lose


Yesterday at CPAC, Conservative Ann Coulter warned the crowd … nominate  New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, because former GOP Governor of Massachusettes Mitt Romney will lose in 2012. Coulter also went on to say, “I warned you about John McCain.” Coulter was correct in 2008 and she is right for 2012. Romney is not the GOP’s answer for victory in 2012.

Question asked of Coulter via Mediaite, who is her least favorite Democrat? Answer: “It’s like asking my least favorite disease.”


VIDEO Hat Tip: Gateway Pundit

Asked in a Q&A session after a bombastic speech at CPAC what she thought of the 2012 field of hopefuls, Coulter initially hesitated, but went on to essentially deliver an endorsement of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

“If you don’t run Chris Christie, Romney will be the nominee and we’ll lose,” said Coulter, eliciting cheers from the crowd.

“By the way,” she added, “I warned you about McCain.”

From CNN, Coulter 101 politics.

“The big news this week is liberals favor democracy in the Middle East,” she began, “Liberals could not have been less interested in democracy when we were taking out the guy who gassed his neighbors…when we went to take out Saddam Hussein.”

“But now liberals are shocked and appalled to discover there’s a dictator in the Middle East.”

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    9 Responses to “Ann Coulter Says Nominate Chris Christie, Because Mitt Romney Will Lose”

    1. Steve on February 13th, 2011 12:43 pm

      Coulter is a hoot; she tosses off a line about gassing in Iraq, without a pause to mention that we supplied the gas, and were likely complicit in simply letting it happen. Minimally, we did nothing at the time, because we were friends with the Iraqi democracy!

      I would bet she knows who was President back then; however, I can’t remember if it was Reagan or Bush-41. In either case, we certainly know how important democracy was back then.
      SM: we also know that Democrats and Libds were against the freeing of the Iraqi people. So I guess they were not concerned about the gassing of Iraq, right? How mant Dems has gone on record that they were against US liberation, yet they are for others freedom? I guess its just like Obama who picks and chooses what busineses should be bailed out and which ones should fail.

    2. Steve on February 13th, 2011 5:49 pm


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    3. Steve on February 13th, 2011 10:27 pm

      I guess we each have common opinions on language and its affect. ;-)

    4. Steve on February 13th, 2011 10:29 pm


      First of all, I was using irony to demonstrate that Coulter is a joke; that she would blithely use her example of “gassing” without a clue as to the full story, and the implications of US involvement with Iraq in such events. FAIL!

      The war in Iraq was started for some perverse reason, but the public explanation was because of the infamous WMD’s. The weapons that were never found; the weapons that the inspectors on the ground were looking for successfully, yet never found any (hint- they didn’t exist anymore), and who had to be pulled out so the invasion could start.

      Now, as to the freeing of the Iraqi people; this was never a reason put to a vote in Congress, nor offered as a rationale to invade a sovereign country, especially one that didn’t attack us or our allies. What was the question again? BTW, has anyone ever asked the families of the dead Iraqi citizens how they feel about our “freeing” them? Asked the Iraqi’s who were forced to leave their homes and country while we “freed” them? Ask the remaining citizens about the broken infrastructure we were responsible for, so they had years of horrible living conditions; oh and also their “freedom”? And what about the Americans who died and were injured; the Americans who incurred huge debts to finance this “freedom” action. Lest we not forget that Bush cut taxes, with huge benefits to already wealthy Americans, during the course of this “freedom” struggle, which was the first time ever for America, to cut taxes during wartime. What kind of redistribution of wealth was going on, and where is the protest for so much debt only to enrich the wealthy? Don’t forget the largest ever annual deficits Bush was running. Where was the outrage then, where was the Tea Party crowd, where were those patriots who took action so Bush would not be reelected, and ruin our economy. Right!

      On the gassing of Iraqis (and other related matters); I don’t know if that was ever a question where Dems or Repubs were asked to vote on; so I can’t say for sure what positions were taken. All I know is that Rumsfeld went to Iraq, shook Saddam’s hand, and we were all buddy-buddy during the Reagan/Bush era.

      On to the “US liberation”; here I have to assume you are talking about our invasion and occupation of Iraq (a funny thing to call a liberation). Once again, a vote on liberating anyone never took place. Can’t decide an issue without the ability to count where people stand. BTW, this is as good a place as any to discuss the vote that did take place, to invade Iraq. This was conveniently scheduled just prior to the mid-terms, so as to get maximum political advantage. All the key players were lined up, because they had been fed the selected intelligence to only show pro-war analysis. Thanks to Doug Feith, Cheney with his CIA pressure, and other manipulations, the game was rigged, and ready to roll. Score one pro-invasion vote for Bush. Of course, Bush played his role quite well; he said that force was only a last option, and that other methods would be allowed to work towards a solution. Of course, he didn’t quite tell the truth.

      I suppose we should get down to these failing businesses. Now which ones were allowed to fail, and which ones were not. I seem to recall Bush decided against some banks and wall street firms, and they had to go. Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, Bear Sterns, Washington Mutual, Wachovia – I seem to recall Bush selected these to fail. AIG, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley – These were selected by Bush to continue. There may be others; this just shows that bush was playing favorites. You’ll have to let me know the Obama list of failures and successes; I do know he saved American auto companies and their related support industries (not to mention the multitude of American jobs involved). A good thing, one would expect.

    5. on February 13th, 2011 10:36 pm

      #1 and so if I shoot you with a Chinese made gun, it’s not my fault but yours?

      Romney runs away when the going gets tough. He’s not my choice.

    6. Steve on February 13th, 2011 10:43 pm


      You have the advantage as I haven’t a clue what you mean. :-(

    7. Dolf on February 14th, 2011 9:18 am

      agrees..katablog…you usualy make more sense.

    8. Wolf on February 14th, 2011 5:05 pm

      Coulter is just Beck, Hannity, or Limbaugh in a womans disguise. It’s amazing how these pundits on both sides runs there mouth like they know everything…why don’t they run for office if they know and care so much? Why..because they can make a whole lot more money on television stations..writing books…speaking events..they just need to shut up.

    9. Wolf on February 14th, 2011 5:12 pm

      Where are my posts going? I don’t see them showing up anywere?
      SM: Found one in SPAM folder,

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