Ann Coulter, voted Least Huggable American for 15 years straight, has taken a break from eating the faces of live kittens and marinating in an oil drum filled with her own bile to appear on Sean Hannity's Fox News show. During her appearance yesterday, she had some super complimentary things to say about Herman Cain, and, really, all of the Republicans' blacks, which are, blacks-wise, top notch.
Her conversation with Hannity's eyebrows is embarrassing in the way that listening to two freshman philosophy majors discuss the stock market is embarrassing, but the fact that the conversation is two white people discussing "the blacks" makes it even more cringeworthy. The best part of the discussion, however, was the part when Coulter pitted "our blacks" against "their blacks" (it starts at about 5:17 in the video).
The full, glorious quote,
HANNITY: What is it about Herman Cain that threatens liberal establishment thought?
COULTER: Well, there are many wonderful qualities to Herman Cain, but to be honest with you, I think liberals are too dense to see them. All they see is: conservative black man. Look at how they go after Alan West. Look at how they go after Michael Steele. I mean all of them with wonderful qualities. I mean that's why our blacks are so much better than their blacks. To become a black Republican, you don't just roll into it. You're not going with the flow. You have fought against probably your family members, probably your neighbors. You have thought everything out. And that's why we have very impressive blacks in our party.
And there you have it. Black Republicans are better than Black Democrats because Black Republicans disagree with all the other black people. See? Ann Coulter's not racist! She refrained from using the n-word dozens of times.
By this point, we're used haters hating and Coulters...coulting, and her inflammatory rhetoric doesn't serve much purpose beyond firing up the impotent mechanical chairbound Republicans so much that they drive up the price of gold, per instructions issued to them during the channel's commercial breaks.
Still, Coulter's boringly hateful appearance on Hannity, and all appearances she's ever made, really, serve as a stark reminder to parents everywhere: love your children. Love them lest they grow up to be a Fox News regular.
Coulter on African American Republicans: "Our Blacks are So Much Better Than Their Blacks" [Media Matters for America]