Coulter: Would Newt really do well in a debate against Obama?

O’REILLY: Now look, I don’t root for anybody. I think Newt Gingrich would be very, very formidable in a debate against Barack Obama.
COULTER: I do not. I do not.
O’REILLY: You don’t think he would?
COULTER: No, when he says when the courts start ruling against American exceptionalism, you got it right in your ‘Talking Points.’ The courts aren’t supposed to be enforcing American exceptionalism. They are supposed to be enforcing the Constitution. That’s not even correct.
O’REILLY: I think Gingrich would be very, very good in a debate against Barack Obama.
COULTER: He thinks he would be. No, but to follow your point, we want someone who you know, speaks bombastically and carries a small stick. We want someone who speaks unthreatenly, gentlemanly and then actually does stuff.