Ann Coulter & Morgan

June 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Ann Coulter & MorganAnn Coulter & Morgan, Poor Piers Morgan. There was with Ann Coulter in his studio. She has a new book out attacks on liberals, which is pretty good, and was supposed to interview. Probably did any research, or had a lackey to do it anyway. This is the woman who spends her days talking about the lives of other politicians, why not talk about it?

So he tried. He threw some tough questions, such as TV hostess interviewing a guest is usually done. And then he found a new Ann Coulter. This Ann Coulter told Morgan that private life is, well, private. As in not spoken on television. In other words, when Ann Coulter agrees to keep its three commitments, the fact that she is facing the big 5-0 in December, or a scandal of certain information concerning your driver’s license, public figures have private lives.

I think like most public figures [that] do not talk about anything you would not – you do not want the stalker more dangerous to know or have. So I will not answer questions privacy. That’s why we call a private life.

It would be pointless – and I would have to agree with it – if not for the fact that she is a public figure. Public figure. No private figure. She is out there. More to the point, she gets on television, including last night on the bench for the television program is Piers Morgan. She will benefit from media coverage for her book, which means you need to take the lead for long, the questions. In addition, Coulter used the excuse of public versus private to attack political figures at will.

Take Obama. A devout Christian, has come to say that he is an atheist, to plumb the depths of their supposed faith. Is not religion a part of privacy? Years before, he was attacking the president Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore to promote gay rights, saying that they must be gay. Once again, privacy.

In a perfect world, the private sector and the public world would be kept separate at all times. But Morgan rejected that way, Coulter was found less as a sympathetic figure and more like a hypocrite, someone who can “deal” but did not take the heat, even when she gets there. When things get rough – and questions that come around to their own scandals -. “Private” is suddenly desirable powerful hide behind you be the judge:

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