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Curt Schilling Hearts Ann Coulter

As long as people are discussing the possibility of legendary Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling running for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, they should check out

Mariella Blankenship
Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | Sep 03, 2009

As long as people are discussing the possibility of legendary Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling running for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, they should check out his blog. From August 8:

Ann Coulter might be extreme, but damn the woman is intelligent in ways that piss so many people off. You have to think that with as much anger and hatred as she elicits, she has to be hitting too close to home for some.

I disagree with some of what she says, I do wish she was more subdued so more people would listen to the actual content of what she says, but she has an opinion and really doesn’t give a damn what people think, there’s something admirable about that….most of the time.

Coulter actually considered a run for Congress in Connecticut in 2000, to take out  “pantywaist” Rep. Chris Shays (R-Conn.) for voting against the impeachment of Bill Clinton. She balked over disagreements with the state Libertarian Party regarding drug legalization.

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