Comewiddit:

Lashing out at the President-elect's wife, Coulter wrote, "Her obvious imitation of Jackie O's style - the flipped-under hair, the sleeveless A-line dresses, the short strands of fake pearls - would have been laughable if done by anyone other than a media-designated saint."

Coulter said Cindy McCain, the wife of vanquished GOP nominee John McCain, "dressed well without freakishly imitating famous First Ladies in history."

Coulter facetiously and snidely refers to Michelle Obama as a "saint" and "Mother Teresa" and suggests that her public service career "advanced in lockstep with the political advancement of her husband."

Now, it goes without saying that Ann Coulter doesn't so much rep for conservatives, as much as she reps for a special brand of thuggery. But it also goes without saying that that brand of thuggery was indispensable to the the GOP, over the past thirty years.

Moreover, every once in a while I reserve the right to drop the high-minded act, and speak from the darkest reachest of the soul. In that spirit. I offer the following--I sincerely hope, Ann Coulter's jaw is no longer wired shut. Moreover I hope she gets all the media attention in the world for this book. Although somehow, I think she won't. I think a lot of people are tired.

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