Dragon Lady Loses Ad Revenue (& Syndication)Well, well, well, it seems Ann Coulter's venomous remarks regarding John Edwards in which she used the word "f*ggot" have come back to bite her in her bony ass, or rather, the part of her that feels the most pain--her pocketbook. Three advertisers whose ads appeared on AnnCoulter.com (pardon me for not providing a link) have pulled their support for the trash-talking wench. This from CNN.com:
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 "f*ggot."The companies in question are Verizon, Sallie Mae and NetBank. Thanks guys, you did the right thing and by doing so are sending a message that this kind of hate speech is NOT okay anymore.
Update: This morning I read on Joe.My.God. that Coulter's column has been dropped by a Tennessee paper called the Mountain Press because of her now infamous "f*ggot" remarks at CPAC last week. Here's a link to their statement. How about that! Tennessee. A RED STATE! (Shout out to Traci and Bobby!)
Update II: More papers have reportedly dropped Coulter's syndicated column, among them The Oakland Press and Lancaster New Era who said "Lancaster County residents of whatever political view -- conservative, moderate, or liberal -- deserve intelligent discussion of issues. Ann Coulter no longer provides that."