As we all know, Ann Coulter is not a real person. Rather, she is a robot that spews batshit crazy lines like a high-tech pull-string talking doll. And it seems Coulterbot 3000 has been saving a choice soundbite about President Obama, which she unleashed upon the world at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). While bitching about liberals' support of Obama, she decided to go for the obvious and compare him to Flavor Flav.
Now, in case any of you are behind on your Public Enemy discography, or missed out on the amazing spectacle that was The Surreal Life, Flavor Flav is that dude with the enormous clock necklaces who's also into Viking hats and screaming, "Yeah boy!" So naturally, when criticizing the "NFM" or "Non-Fox Media" (sadly a direct quote) for focusing on Obama's personality and him being the first black president, she whipped out this little doozy:
Voters with forty years of politically correct education are ecstatic to have the first black president. They just love the idea of it, even if we did get Flavor Flav instead of Thomas Sowell.
…That's not something human beings say, right? Because while this hits Coulter's typical offensive stride, it just defies all logic. But then again, so does this.
If Coulter's throwing down cards like this, something tells me we haven't even hit the tip of the insane iceberg in 2012 political rhetoric. So fasten your seatbelts, kids, it's going to be a bumpy ride.