I know what you're thinking - Ann Coulter is a fool every day, not just April 1.
You really shouldn't think such things. Terrible.
In the interest of compassion, let's feel empathy for Ann, who happened to fall for Car & Driver's April Fools joke, where they posted a fake story online detailing how President Obama had ordered GM and Chrysler to stop participating in NASCAR racing because it was an unnecessary expense.
That's all it took for Ann to start spinning like a whirling dervish, spewing her tired daggers of hate in every direction.
If Obama can tell GM and Chrysler that their participation in NASCAR is an "unnecessary expenditure," isn't having public schools force students to follow Muslim rituals, recite Islamic prayers and plan "jihads" also an "unnecessary expenditure"? Are all those school condom purchases considered "necessary expenditures"?
May I suggest a simple solution to help you avoid this type of embarrassing episode in the future? When you feel yourself spinning up, take a couple of deep breaths, perhaps take a hot bath and put on a new little black dress, and spend a little time thinking and perhaps finding second and third sources to confirm the information before responding.
Because, Ann, the only thing we dislike more than hearing from you is hearing from you immediately.