Sunday, January 29, 2006

Writing For A Targeted Audience

Philander Smith College president, Walter Kimbrough told his audience at the college that inviting Ann Coulter to speak at the black school in Little Rock made sense because like hip hoppers she is "raw, outspoken, uncensored." He also called her the "conservative answer to rapper Lil' Kim -- [both] attractive and sexy, long-haired blondes. ..."

Coulter did her part to stir the pot starting with a joke about poisoning Justice John Paul Stevens with rat bait and declaring that crack cocaine "has pretty much gone away."

Sean at The American Mind offers his reaction;

Coulter Again Gives Conservatives a Bad Name
The unfunny Ann Coulter out did herself when she joked, "We need somebody to put rat poisoning in Justice Stevens' creme brulee." She's not a pundit. She's an unfunny comedian who uses conservative politics and long blond hair as her schtick. She's boring and she insults the movement she thinks she promotes.

The circus continues.

H/T to Wigderson L&P

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