Ann Coulter appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show Thursday night and attacked President Obama by railing against the recent controversy surrounding Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).
Both Hannity and Coulter mocked Reid for telling reporters that he has an unnamed source who told him that Romney did not pay taxes for ten years. "I have an unnamed source that you didn't write your book, that you weren't born on the day you said," Hannity said to Coulter.
"I have an unnamed source in Kenya, who says that Obama was born in Kenya," Coulter said mockingly. The conservative author and staunch Romney supporter then said that the president's campaign wants Romney to release more tax records so that Obama can "win by default." She added, "This is how Obama wins elections. He takes out his opponent by going into secret sealed divorce files and medical records...His secret plan for winning this campaign is for the Romneys to divorce before the election."
Hannity said that Obama's focus on Romney's tax records were "all related to the fact that he can't run on his record."
Coulter agreed, saying Obama's campaign message was, "you can vote for the guy who put millions of people out of work, quadrupled the deficit, wrecked American health care. Or, you can vote for that really mean guy whose wife owns a horse." Hannity defended Ann Romney's horse, saying she got into horses because she has MS and many find them to be therapeutic.
Coulter later wondered why John Kerry's wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, was not ordered to release her tax records when her husband ran for president in 2004. "John Kerry was a gigolo," Coulter said. "She was supporting [John Kerry]. Why didn't we get her ten years?"
(Video via Mediaite)
"You're Not Black"
Coulter told a gathering of gay conservatives, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/09/27/ann-coulter-to-gay-conser_n_740066.html" target="_hplink">marriage "is not a civil right -- you're not black."</a>
Occupy Wall Street and Nazis
Coulter made <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/04/ann-coulter-occupy-wall-street-nazis_n_993744.html" target="_hplink">an analogy between the Occupy Wall Street movement and Nazis</a> in October. She said that some of the phrases used by protesters could have been said "before the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, and with only slight modification when the Nazis were coming to power..."
"Radiation Is Good For You"
In May, Coulter appeared on Bill O'Reilly's show to argue that <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/18/ann-coulter-radiation-is-_n_837512.html" target="_hplink">"radiation is good for you."</a> She was responding to concerns about radiation in Japan post-earthquake, and told a skeptical O'Reilly that levels of radiation higher than the cut-offs set by the government could actually reduce the risk of cancer.
Coulter on John Edwards
In 2007, <a href="http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2007/03/02/10781/coulter-edwards/" target="_hplink">Coulter called John Edwards a "faggot."</a>
Obama's Cocaine Dealer
Earlier this year, Coulter asked someone to put out an ad looking for President Obama's cocaine dealer.
Ann Coulter v. Princess Diana
Coulter let loose on the late Princess Diana of all people, calling her an "<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/01/ann-coulter-bashes-princess-diana_n_888647.html" target="_hplink">anorexic, bulimic narcissist</a>." Prior to that, she had called Princess Diana a "nitwit hussy."
Cenk Uygur A "Retarded Person"
Coulter once called Cenk Uygur, then on MSNBC, "retarded."
Ann Coulter v. journalists
In May, Ann Coulter told the crowd at an annual CPAC conference that <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/13/ann-coulter-more-jailed-journalists_n_822533.html" target="_hplink">"there should be more jailed journalists."</a>
Ann Coulter v. Muslims
Post 9/11, Coulter had this to say about Muslims: ''<a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/09/opinion/bigotry-in-islam-and-here.html" target="_hplink">We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity</a>.''
Ann Coulter v. New York Times
In a <a href="http://www.observer.com/2002/08/coultergeist/" target="_hplink">2002 interview with The New York Observer</a>, Coulter said she wished that the Oklahoma City bomber had targeted the New York Times. She said, "My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to the New York Times building." Later, <a href="http://rightwingnews.com/interviews/anncoulter.php" target="_hplink">she said</a>, "I should have added, 'after everyone had left the building except the editors and reporters.'"