shouldn't be allowed to immigrate to the US (I'm not persuaded she was joking about that) or that disabled people should not be able to become US citizens, it's a little hard to separate her toddler-like delight in receiving gasps from the serious people from her honest views (if she has any), but I really despise her when she says things like women's voting rights should be taken away.
That isn't even funny. Arguing for the disenfranchisement of just a hair over half of the eligible voting pool--all of them citizens in good standing, people obliged to pay taxes, serve on juries, and observe the various laws of the land, is nonsensical--but it certainly isn't funny. Women marched, starved, put their bodies on the line, for the right to have a say in politics. That obnoxious elitist Coulter can indicate that its quite alright for token ladies to run for office, or for some ladies to write books (of the most edifying and moral nature, I'm sure!) isn't even connected to reality. What she is fiddling with in saying women should be locked out of the vote, is what Susan B. Anthony articulated best--issues of our very citizenship and personhood.
She appalls (well, me, obviously) with her facile, show-offy, disingenuous, superficial, highly partisan bullshit. And as she gets older and more desperate for attention, she only becomes more disturbingly provocative. Is this working for her, somehow, still?