Ann Coulter will be dead someday!
*screaming laughter, applause, and whistling*
And…after the nation stops the partying, the celebrations, and making that wonderful glorious day a national holiday to party our asses off because the witch is gone, guaranteed that Coulter’s family will be doing press conferences in support of her. When they do, I will point out to them:
- They’re using her death for their own benefit
- They’re nothing but a bunch of fags
- They’re haircuts are too expensive & not very good
- I’m glad some of them have cancer and despite the cancer, I will continue to attack them
- They’re using her death to promote their book on Ann’s life for financial reasons and they don’t really care about Ann at all
- I’m glad she’s dead and so is the country, but they can’t defend their position on this no matter what
Yeah, yeah, and I won’t feel a shred of shame or guilt either. Hey, if this bitch can say what she wants (even threaten the life of John Edwards) on national television and get away with it, then I think it would be fine for Coulter’s family to suffer the same kind of hate that Ann put the nation through all those years. Ann would be okay with that too, because she says she has a right to speak. She does, but when she’s dead her family won’t be able to, you know, kind of like Elizabeth Edward’s son dying in a horrific car crash and then Elizabeth not being able to defend herself on why she had a bumper sticker that mentioned her son, because Ann Coulter was speaking, spinning, and spreading her Orwellian Words.
So, when Ann Coulter dies (I don’t care if it’s a horrific death or from cancer or from falling down the stairs because her Adam’s Apple got too heavy), her family won’t be able to get a word in edgewise. If they make one penny from Ann’s death (even if it’s from Ann’s books that she wrote years before), they will hear from Americans. We will remind them that their loved one was nothing but a piece of shit and deserves the same kind of respect the 9/11 wives and Elizabeth Edward’s son got from Ann Coulter.