Thursday, November 17, 2011

Ann Coulter: No on Gingrich; Yes on Romney

Ann Coulter absolutely unloads on Newt Gingrich, delivering as devastating a paragraph as possible.

In addition to having an affair in the middle of Clinton's impeachment; apologizing to Jesse Jackson on behalf of J.C. Watts -- one of two black Republicans then in Congress –- for having criticized "poverty pimps," and then inviting Jackson to a State of the Union address; cutting a global warming commercial with Nancy Pelosi; supporting George Soros' candidate Dede Scozzafava in a congressional special election; appearing in public with the Rev. Al Sharpton to promote nonspecific education reform; and calling Paul Ryan's plan to save Social Security "right-wing social engineering," we found out this week that Gingrich was a recipient of Freddie Mac political money.

If in-state tuition for illegal immigrants or RomneyCare could theoretically sink a candidate, what about all that stuff?

As for Romney, Coulter jokes (pretty seriously).

Among Romney's positives is the fact that he has a demonstrated ability to trick liberals into voting for him.

And she finishes with a cred-risking call.

Conservatives ought to start rallying around Romney as the only Republican who has a shot at beating Obama.