In syndicated column on tea parties, Coulter says "It would be hilarious if Hillary Clinton's name were 'Ima Douche.' Unfortunately, it's not"


From Ann Coulter's column headlined "Obama's Recipe For Change Not My Cup of Tea:

[N]o one is calling the tea parties "tea bagging" -- except Olbermann and Maddow. Republicans call them "tea parties."

But if the Republicans were calling them "tea-bagging parties," the MSNBC hosts would have a fantastically hilarious segment for viewers in San Francisco and the West Village and not anyplace else in the rest of the country. On the other hand, they're not called "tea-bagging parties." (That, of course refers to the cocktail hour at Barney Frank's condo in Georgetown.)

You know what else would be hilarious? It would be hilarious if Hillary Clinton's name were "Ima Douche." Unfortunately, it's not. It was just a dream. Most people would wake up, realize it was just a dream and scrap the joke. Not MSNBC hosts.

Coulter's column was published in print or online by Human Events, The Marietta Daily Journal, The Saint Augustine Record, WorldNetDaily, and

Ann Coulter
Propaganda/Noise Machine
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