CPAC May Come Back to Haunt Romney

by Sean Hackbarth

On Ann Coulter dreaming of an America where women don’t vote Garance Franke-Ruta writes,

I would like to see that quote, “If we took away women’s right to vote, we’d never have to worry about another Democratic president. It’s kind of a pipe dream, a personal fantasy of mine,” as the header on GOTV mailers along with pictures of Coulter and whichever candidates were stupid enough to associate themselves with her earlier in the year. I would like to see it on television ads.

The idea that today’s G.O.P. leaders are craven and idiotic enough to associate themselves with someone who could say such a thing will catapult women to the polls.

There’s one Presidential candidate who got a little too close to Coulter at this year’s CPAC: Mitt Romney. In her infamous speech she said he was “probably our best candidate.” To be fair the Romney campaign stepped away from Coulter’s gay slur.

Coulter Comes Out Against Women Voting” [via memeorandum]

Disclaimer: I work for Friends of Fred Thompson.

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