A lot of people have called her the Michael Moore of the right, but I’ve come to view Coulter as more comparable to Howard Stern. Stern became famous by saying shocking things that nobody else would, and the more people got accustomed to his schtick, the more outrageous things he’d have to say over time. His success was also built on rallying his fan base against his enemies. By listening to his show, buying his book, or seeing his movie, you were sending a message to the FCC. Similarly, Coulter has based her success on being shocking and will have to keep making controversial statements in order to stay relevant. She’s also built her success around the enemies she makes, in her case how much she angers liberals. Conservatives buy her books in part to stick it to the leftist elites, especially those who run the NY Times bestseller list. It’s really unfortunate that in three days at CPAC during which time conservatives make a concerted effort to have serious discussions on a number of important topics, Coulter always hogs the headlines by saying something stupid.
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