Ann Coulter bitch-slaps Joe Farah

Ann Coulter: Take that you swine

Two of the rabid right wing’s top character assassins — Conservative columnist Ann Coulter and World Net Daily publisher Joseph Farah — are at each others throats and the rhetoric is getting juicy.

Farah dropped Coulter from from a list of speakers at his upcoming “Taking America Back” gathering of right-wing reactionaries after she agreed to speak at the GOProud conference — an event staged by gay political conservatives.

The homophobic Farah blasted Coulter, saying “there is simply no room (at his conference) for compromisers or for people who accept money from those determined to destroy the moral fabric required for self-governance and liberty.”

Coulter fired back at Farah, calling him a “publicity whore” and a “swine” for publishing an email exchange between the two.

Farah, Coulter said in Tweets and emails, “could give less than two shits about the conservative movement as demonstrated by his promotion of the birther nonsense. He’s the only allegedly serious conservative pushing the birther thing and for one reason — to get hits on his web site.”

Coulter writes a column for WorldNet Daily and said of her planned appearance before the conservative gay conference:

“They hired me to give a speech. So I’m giving a speech. I do it all the time.”

Coulter added that she isn’t losing any money over Farah’s decision to drop her from his conference because he couldn’t afford to pay her anyway.

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5 Responses to "Ann Coulter bitch-slaps Joe Farah"

  1. Carl Nemo  August 19, 2010 at 12:37 pm

    I’ll have to agree with Ann that anyone and I mean anyone that publishes or makes public, private correspondence without express permission, regardless of the medium is a “swine” or worse…! : |

    Disclaimer: I’m not a follower or supporter of Ann Coulter’s political views.

    Carl Nemo **==

  2. woody188  August 19, 2010 at 4:12 pm

    Who cares, these two both represent the worst of our country and neither should be given a pulpit to preach their hate.

    • Carl Nemo  August 19, 2010 at 5:40 pm

      Agreed Woody concerning the general tenor the article, but I wince when I hear people are engaged in compromising interpersonal communication for self aggrandizement purposes…period! : |

      I also stated a disclaimer.

      Carl Nemo **==

  3. neondog  August 20, 2010 at 10:13 pm

    How freaking bizarre is this, an article that actually makes Coulter look like the good guy?….(pun intended)

  4. Matt  August 25, 2010 at 11:03 pm

    Carl, Woody – get off the “preaching hate” nonsense. The phrase is used lazy people confront someone they think they disagree with, but know nothing about. It’s easier than actually listening to someone’s side of an argument. It doesn’t require critical thinking. And once you’ve accused someone of “hate speech”, you’ve won! You don’t have to argue with someone like that, do you?

    Stop being lazy and educate yourself. If you read Coulter and still disagree with her, great! Tell me what you disagree with, but don’t take the low road and call it “hate speech”. God, that gets on my nerves.

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