I was reminded yesterday how wonderfully satirical Ann Coulter can be. Not sure why, but there was actually a little Q&A with Ann in my local paper yesterday. Not local as in the Philadelphia Inquirer or Daily News, but local as in the free ones that litter your lawn during the week.
Q: You could be a fashion model. Were you always slim? Any diet secrets?
A: No, I could not be a fashion model because I won't do heroin. It just smells too "medicine-y." I remember one year I just sat around like a slob, eating and sleeping all day, never working out. Then I turned one year old and decided to change my lifestyle and get healthy.
Then this morning someone emailed me Coulter's new column on John Edwards: "A BABY DADDY FOR BOTH AMERICAS".
"...Who knew that "my father was a mill worker" could be such a great pickup line? In his defense, Edwards had to do something to kill time between giving $50,000 speeches on poverty.
...Meanwhile, the only way consumers of the old media might ascertain that Edwards is embroiled in some sort of scandal is that, starting last Thursday, his name was summarily dropped from lists of possible vice presidential candidates.
If only Republican Larry Craig had been in the bathroom, the MSM might have covered it..." (Read the entire article)
In Other Edwards-related news: Wikipedia seems to have been forced to participate in Free Speech and unlocked Edwards' page to include two sentences on the impending Sex scandal and love child:
"In July 2008, several news media outlets speculated that Edwards' chances for the vice presidency were harmed by allegations published in The National Enquirer that he had fathered a child outside his marriage, and that he had recently visited the child's mother at the Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. When questioned, Edwards responded by dismissing the allegations, stating "I've responded, consistently, to these tabloid allegations by saying I don't respond to these lies and you know that."" (Wikipedia: John Edwards)