Coulter Drops F-Bomb (Not that One), Loses Ad Revenue


After calling John Edwards a faggot at the last Conservative Political Action Conference, several companies are arranging to pull their ads from Ann Coulter's website, now billed politically extreme by Verizon and probably others. A quick content scan makes you wonder why anyone would make a milder assessment. Guess it's a perspective thing.

With cavalier she's presently flouting Edwards' campaign letter against her alongside her blog. We want to call it ballsy but we think there's a better b-word for it.

Unless you're Kate Moss, losing endorsements is often the first sign you're slipping through the tubes, but in Ann Coulter's case it's just another notch in the figurative bedpost. It's not like she's acting out of character.

Written by Angela Natividad    Comments (3)     File: Online, Sponsorship     Mar- 5-07  
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Posted by: makethelogobigger on March 6, 2007 11:47 AM

hopefully this action will actually hurt her instead of just raising a bunch of irritating controversy that somehow benefits her.

Posted by: video marketing on March 6, 2007 02:28 PM

I think more worrying is the outfits and poses on her "photo" area! Especially pleather mini dress:

Posted by: karenann on March 6, 2007 06:57 PM

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