"Do you think you serve your country best by being a critic and using words that tend to enflame and overshadow any information?"
This one comes from YouTube (which, by the way, I find myself watching more and more lately).
Well, actually, it comes from a Hardball interview with Ann Coulter , but I saw the clip on YouTube. Chris Matthews went to the audience for a question and the first young woman with a question posed the question to Coulter.
I have to admit that I'm not a particularly political person and I certainly don't follow all the talking heads (at least the non-animated ones), so this may be the first time I've ever seen/noticed Ann Coulter speak. Is she really this wretchedly awful all the time? I really dislike anyone who just spews division and polarizes people wherever they go. Like this young woman pointed out, Ann, you're just not helping. This country needs more people who bridge gaps and bring people together... not make everything out to be black and white, right or wrong. And the personal attacks?
I mean, seriously, where does she come off saying that Bill Clinton is gay? Is that relevent to any conversation whatsoever? That would be like someone insinuating that Ms. Coulter is just bitter because she's undersexed... it's totally unrelated and drags someone's personal life into the conversation unecessarily.
Besides, its obvious that her statements and divisive and enflamatory behavior are likely traced to either one of two causes... her own ignorance or her allegiance to the Almighty Dollar. It might be both. Ignorance sells a lot of books.