Video: Coulter’s stand-up routine at CPAC

posted at 2:50 pm on February 20, 2010 by Allahpundit

A few hits and a few misses from a relatively restrained seven minutes, with my favorite line inexplicably omitted from the clip: “I’m thinking of writing a book on national health care. It will be 2,000 pages, and you’ll have two hours to read it.” There’s bound to be some outrageous outrage over her shot at Anderson Cooper although (a) it’s nothing you wouldn’t hear at, say, Gawker, and (b) it’s framed as payback for his infamous “teabagging” goof on tea partiers on CNN (for which he later kinda sorta apologized).

Oh, and the Olbermann line? Quid pro quo. Nothing more, nothing less.

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More good stuff from Ann. Although I wonder about that Olby crack. Do you suppose she is jealous of Michelle Malkin getting so many “Worst Person In the World” appearences? Ya, that’s it. Ann wants Olby’s attention. /sacr

JohnnyD on February 21, 2010 at 9:58 AM

Mr. Colture can be a lawyer if her critics were to fall off of their media pedestals. When, Mr Ogerman falls he has nothing to get up to except the top of the curb.

MSGTAS on February 21, 2010 at 10:19 AM

Coulter is one of the few political humorists on either side that I can not only tolerate, but find actually funny. Even her true looney-tune moments aren’t stated in a manner that makes me want to put a fist through the screen. I can just smile and click ‘back’ or turn the page without having fantasies of the author being struck by lightning. Her talent is truly unique.

And William2006 – excellent rundown on that walking turd. You should guest-star with Ann sometime!

Dark-Star on February 21, 2010 at 1:20 PM

None of that was actually funny. Do conservatives only like her so much because leftists hate her so much?

hicsuget on February 20, 2010 at 3:42 PM

Some of it was straining for a punch line. A lot was hilarious. But then, I’ve noticed most of the critics of Ann Coulter are humor-impaired.

There Goes The Neighborhood on February 22, 2010 at 1:42 AM