You see, Wonkdiddlydaddies, this is why wewon't let you ideate on murdering your political enemies. You thought it was just us never letting you have any fun, when, in reality, it was to save you from ever having to look into a mirror and realize you acted like Ann Coulter.

In a now-deleted Fox News blog post on gun control, Ann Coulter remarked that if “Republican senators need to have a member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats’ gun proposals” they should “start with Meghan McCain.”

Ah but just because it was too nasty for Fox doesn't mean Ann Coulter hasn't kept the stupid thing up on her own website, because of course she has. Here it is:

Obama has been draping himself in families of the children murdered in Newtown.

MSNBC's Martin Bashir suggested that Republican senators need to have a member of their families killed for them to support the Democrats' gun proposals. (Let's start with Meghan McCain!)

Of course, Coulter then had to go on Hannity to get some tea and sympathy (for the devil).

"I was making a joke," Coulter said to Hannity. "For one thing ... that heinous thing Martin Bashir said, nobody knew about that until I added a joke, which is known as hyperbole."

Well. Actually. No it's not. But nobody expects you to know stuff, Miz Coulter.

After criticizing Bashir for his comments, Hannity told Coulter that he was "glad to hear [she] doesn't want to see children killed." He added, "You were being sarcastic."

"I think the exclamation point made it clear," Coulter said with a smile. "And the fact that everyone laughed when they read it."

The exclamation point made it clear you guys! So now all you have to do when you are hilariously calling for someone's death is to add exclamation points (!!!1!!1!) and then mysteriously be in every home in the nation while people are surfing onto your pixels, so you can see that, indeed, they laughed.

Of course Meghan McCain and her precious widdle mommy are whining about how as family members of a prominent politician they get death threats from crazy people all the time, and wah wah wah calling for my death is NOT AWESOME.

Geez, Megs, suck it up. Stop oppressing Ann Coulter's freedom of speech!

[Salon / HuffPo]

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