Mar 6, 2007

Companies to pull ads from Coulter's Web site

From Peter Hamby CNN
Story Hightlights:
• Three major companies have requested their ads be pulled from
• A blogger posted contact information for some companies with ads on the site
• Companies didn't know their ads were on the site until they received complaints
• Coulter referred to John Edwards as a "faggot" during an address last week
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- At least three major companies want their ads pulled from Ann Coulter's Web site, following customer complaints about the right-wing commentator referring to Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards as a "faggot."
Verizon, Sallie Mae and Georgia-based NetBank each said they didn't know their ads were on until they received the complaints.
A diarist at the liberal blog posted contact information for dozens of companies with ads on Coulter's site after the commentator made her remarks about Edwards at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington on Friday. (
Full story)
Boy she is sure getting herself "out there" this time. The more we say about her, the more exposure she gets. This is her bread and butter, why should she stop saying such outrageous things? I wouldn't.

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Romain Levesque said...

Its like they say Carol,any publicity is good publicity.;-) Have a wonderful day!
Health and Prosperity,

Carol said...

Yep! You have a great day to Romain, nice seeing you!

Harry L said...

Yes, since she's a "pundit" her stock
and trade is saying outrageous things
to get media coverage. She's not trying to get elected.