Ann Coulter Diana
July 2, 2011 by Post Team
Ann Coulter Diana, The fascination of newspapers in the Americas with jars of British royalty few who adhere firmly to the past of the United States as a nation founded in opposition to the monarchy. Ann Coulter is not alone in thinking it’s a bit weird, when New York taxis are photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in them. What may have more problems with people gathering around, however, is the idea that Princess Diana was a “narcissistic anorexic, bulimic.”
Speaking to Kevin Frazier’s dilemma about her new book, demonic, the conversation took a turn when Frazier asked Coulter to discuss why it is considered America’s fascination for royalty strange. “I find it a little disconcerting when Americans so gaga over the eyes of a princess,” he said, “and especially Diana who was this narcissistic anorexic, bulimic.” She did not elaborate from there, but you get the point.
The conversation continues from there, as Coulter explains the biblical principle of her book (and the demonic name) and go to bat for Sarah Palin, which she says is a bad deal because “it is simply assumed Sarah Palin is an idiot, so anything that says it is a mistake. “And, no, Coulter still does not want Palin for president,” presidential candidate would be a fun job. “She is the culmination of the interview with a bit of a nod to the early, however, admits that it does sometimes say things that anger a liberal public. “Certainly they know how to rile the Liberals,” he said, “It’s almost a gift.”
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