Coulter opens trap, calls audience member 'gay boy'
Indiana University invited the nasty beast Ann Coulter to speak, and while she drew a full crowd, a lot of people walked out or were ejected. The Indiana Daily Student News covered the event, and it sounded like the usual spiel is getting really tired.
One protester showed up wearing a blonde wig, white sheet and a sign that said “Coultergeist” on it. Needless to say, he was ejected, with the beast uttering “I think we should have saved the ushers some time and just removed all the ugly people.” More bile and intellectually feeble commentary continued.
Coulter raised some controversy in her speech when she said that Democrats don’t want democracy to succeed in Iraq. She said, “They don’t think the little brown boys could handle democracy,” to which students responded, “We don’t tolerate racism here. Go back to Germany.”
…During her question-and-answer session, Coulter responded to both fans and protesters. One comment that drew strong audience reactions came from a young man who asked her if she didn’t like Democrats, wouldn’t it just be better to have a dictatorship? Coulter responded with a jab at the way the student talked.
“You don’t want the Republicans in power, does that mean you want a dictatorship, gay boy?” she said.
IU College Republicans President Shane Kennedy defended Coulter’s comments by stressing that the speech was for entertainment and attendees should have expected Coulter to say controversial comments. “I think the guy could have been more respectful to her,” he said. “I mean, we already know that she was going to be controversial and she was just saying what people were thinking. If you are going to talk like you are gay, then Ann Coulter is going to call you gay. Of course, she said it in a spiteful tone, but it was expected.”