September 27, 2010

Tonight on Larry King Live!

Posted: 07:00 PM ET

Ann Coulter Tonight!

Ann Coulter’s got something to say…about everything.   The conservative commentator tells Larry what she thinks about Obama, Palin, Stephen Colbert and more!  Ann Coulter and Marc Lamont Hill face off.

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Scott   September 27th, 2010 7:35 pm ET

Question for Ann – Since the media ignores all the hate-fiiled comments that the left-wingers spout (recent example: Talk show host Mike Malloy once again wishing that Dick Cheney would die), does it get frustrating that every comment conservatives make gets blown out of proportion?

Frank   September 27th, 2010 9:04 pm ET

Dear Mrs. Colter,

has it ever occurred to you that you are bringing more harm than good to this country because of the polarizing nature of your "positioning"? You are obviously very intelligent and I would suspect that your energy – used in a more cooperative approach – could actually do something good and help bring the extremes together, instead of spreading them further appart.



jarrod besser   September 27th, 2010 9:05 pm ET

Ann who ? HELL no , Sarah is no way more influintial than Predident Obama

Albert Olah   September 27th, 2010 9:07 pm ET

Who do you want to run for the GOP?

Ellin   September 27th, 2010 9:12 pm ET

Larry: Why are you allowing Anne Coulter to name call (Bill Ayers..who cares),( and state are separate) and not hold her feet to the fire and discuss the policies with which she disagrees?

jim   September 27th, 2010 9:12 pm ET

I hate to tell Ann, but Hiwai has been part of the United States for a long, long time. Also, if Ann is a Christian, maybe I will consider Islam!

Erika   September 27th, 2010 9:13 pm ET

Ann, I an sick of the so called "religous right" determining who is and who is not a Christian. I am a proud Christian 1st, liberal 2nd. How dare you claim I don't believe in God. Read the bible Ann. " do not judge lest ye be judged." or have you never seen the bible madam?

Ron Patrick   September 27th, 2010 9:14 pm ET

How much of her public persona is authentic vs sound-bite gamesmanship?

Joseph   September 27th, 2010 9:15 pm ET

Both major parties are corporately owned .. Both are war parties.
Therefore both major parties are right wing. Lobbyists win no matter who gets in office since they give to both major parties.

Leslie   September 27th, 2010 9:16 pm ET

Hello Larry and guests,
I find it crazy that so much is brought up about various politician's religious beliefs when we live in a country that promotes free speech and separation of church and state. Why is this backbone of our country's principles so widely ignored?!
I understand that the people need to feel that their leaders are 'one of them,' and that to some extent references to God in political arenas is traditional, but I think it has gone too far.
What are your thoughts?

Walt Almendarez   September 27th, 2010 9:16 pm ET

Do you think middle class whites are upset because they are not used to being on the down end of the economy!

Shafeek   September 27th, 2010 9:19 pm ET

Question for Ann re: Obama being Muslim: Though I know Obama is NOT Muslim, but if he were, does that mean he is automatically bad, wrong for America, and doesn't believe in God? What about the millions of Muslim Americans born in the country or the Muslim doctors in our clinics or the Muslim families who believe in strong family values, are they all bad, wrong for America and don't believe in God? Muslims used to be the strongest Republican supporters because of common social/moral values, this has changed with the demonization of the Muslim people by the Republican party. This rhetoric is completely contrary to the tenants of our constitution & freedom of religion. We should work together to make America a better place without demonization.

Robert Clayton   September 27th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

Comment for Dr. Lemont Hill: Why did say "right-wing-nuts" about the Tea Party folks?

Tony in Atlanta   September 27th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

Hi Larry! Thanks for the years of great and interesting programing.

Ann has already mentioned religion a few times in the same breath as government and says that Obama is an atheist because he doesn't govern from a religious point of view.

My question is this; since our government was set up to be exactly that way, shouldn't we all be thankful when we have a person who is making decisions without the influence of fanatical religious beliefs rather than ridicule him for it? And when are "pundits" such as Rush going to realize that inflammatory and fictional rhetoric such that you peddle is so damaging to our country. Afterall, there are so many people out there that give so many juicy and factual tidbits to latch on to!

Anton Tango   September 27th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Ms. Coulter serves'em right in her GOProud speech. Always candidate. Never back down.

Joseph   September 27th, 2010 9:29 pm ET

Truth is the politicians are big liars and do not represent the interests of the american people.

Janean   September 27th, 2010 9:30 pm ET

How can anyone, on either side, AND especially the American people; want to elect anyone who, by Ann's own admission, that is not considered smart enough to hold a national seat?!?!?! There should be minimum requirements for people to run for office. The Sarah, Christine and Ann's have no place in policitics and neither does anyone else that governs with religion and emotion on the fore front of their decision making. If you listen to her, just because you are a democrat you have no moral compass. Give me a break. America wake up. Do your research and do not listen to these people. Most of you have brains use them.

Anton Tango   September 27th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

There it is, only the King can host a discussion with intelligent guests flame real rapid fire that covers all the questions and confusions I have about the Tea movement and why the Democrats are so intimidated by them.

Free Market Economy   September 27th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

Miss Coulter : You claim that we live in a free market economy, if so,why did the American Working Class have to bail out wall st. to the tune of 1Billion dollars. Ron Moore/Fresno

Dodie   September 27th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

I am perplexed as to how Americans could even take Ann Coulter seriously when she spews out sedition speeches delivered with the following quotes: “You will find liberals always rooting for savages against civilization.” In Ann’s eyes, liberals are against civilization? What is even more stupefying is that many Americans take Ann seriously, which speaks volumes about the knowledge bank of our citizens. In reality, Anne Coulter is simply another performer like Sarah Palin without relevance, quintessence or any semblance of validity.

Anton Tango   September 27th, 2010 9:33 pm ET


That's why we've influential thinkers like tonight's guests to keep them on their toes.

Georgia Yeamans   September 27th, 2010 9:37 pm ET

Ann, Who do you think you are? Are you gay, are you black, are married, are you sick, put yourself in all these peoples shoes then maybe you will understand. You don't make the rules. And.... Don't forget there is suppose to be a separation between church and state.

Julianne Sherrod   September 27th, 2010 9:38 pm ET

Tell me how the Tea Party claims to be for personal liberty and less government, yet wants to quash gay marriage, a woman's right to choose and legalization of marijuana?

Pinot2010   September 27th, 2010 9:38 pm ET

Now Ann Coulter is an expert on "Being Black in America"? Really Ann?

JLes   September 27th, 2010 9:38 pm ET

Coulter just said slavery was around for 100 years. The truth is the first recorded slave was 1619 about 250 years as an institution as opposed; don't let the right dumb down the facts

Don   September 27th, 2010 9:39 pm ET

After a long time I notice a discussion that is not careening extreme left or right! Both parties are trying to be rational as far as possible.
I do think that Ann Coulter and Marc Lamont Hill do make a great discussion pair!!

steve from maine   September 27th, 2010 9:39 pm ET

all humans rights should be the same be it woman men blacks gays & all.just s medic rights should be granted to all

Julianne Sherrod   September 27th, 2010 9:39 pm ET

Follow up: and why do they continue to trumpet that America is a Christian nation? We were founded on the principle of freedom of religion, and a major belief of the founders was a separation of church and state.

john   September 27th, 2010 9:40 pm ET

"Truth is the politicians are big liars and do not represent the interests of the american people."

Brett in Canada   September 27th, 2010 9:41 pm ET

Since the Tea Party and Republicans are for smaller government, how do they get away with not increasing the size of gov't in areas such as anti-abortion? If they were in power would gov't size increase in terms of policing abortions?

Can republicans name one gov't program they would cut, to balance the budget?

Dodie   September 27th, 2010 9:41 pm ET

Ann, he is NOT bowing to anyone. He is bridging communications with other countries. Very sad you view that as succumbing or weakness.

Natasha   September 27th, 2010 9:41 pm ET

I think whom ever the media allots the most attention, negative or positive, will be the person/candidate with more influence. Unfortunately, right now, Sarah Palin and the GOP party has more momentum, just like President Obama did in 2008. There needs to be more organizing if the Democrats want to maintain control of Congress. My question for Ann Coulter is regarding her statements on the "sanctity of marriage." How can you state that marriage should only be for a man and woman-look at the state of "marriage" today in man/woman relationships. Have you not paid attention to the cheating/divorce rates? What about all of the men cheating on their wives with –other men?

Hillary   September 27th, 2010 9:41 pm ET

When Ann Coulter came to Chattanooga TN last fall she stated that women should not be allowed to vote. Ann? Will you admit it on national tv that you actually believe that?

virginia   September 27th, 2010 9:43 pm ET

ann coultier..i dare you.. since when do you speak for the black famliy.. no one says anything about the number if illegitmate babieses born to white women ..especially those in their 30's and 40' would not be on this show if it were not for numbers of black men and womenyou suffer to bring about equal rights.. who progfitted more ? and you are acting just like our enemies want you to bashing the President and casing divide amonst the people.. come on ann be for real .. you appear to intelligent but sometimes you open you mouth and prove me wrong. you prove that we need to have Africian American History in our schools

Chera   September 27th, 2010 9:44 pm ET

Im 17yrs old so I know that right now my opinoun doesnt truely matter but i was just watching the debate about gay marriage and i believe that Anns argument is completly scattered and wrong everyone should have the right to marry its shoiuld actually be a natural law seriously its only right you dont like gays leave them alone but dont stop them from doing something as important as marrying thats not right it just isnt it seems like she doesnt know where to draw the line between church and state someone should show her were they seperate(church and state)

thanks for your time

Marc DesEu   September 27th, 2010 9:44 pm ET

Is Dr. Hill not aware of the link between single motherhood and poverty. Or is that just the system holding single mothers down? Does he really thing single motherhood is a good idea in general?

Matt   September 27th, 2010 9:44 pm ET

Comment about the Tea Party.: Why do people think automatically that the Tea Party is full of racists and such? There are black and white tea partiers who both oppose certain things and can get along. People have their differences and not all people are racists. Even if your black, white, or any other race there are people within those groups who are prejudice. Another Comment also, quit blaming Bush for your problems he's gone, get over him and find another excuse.

Michael Pratt   September 27th, 2010 9:45 pm ET

Watching the intelligent Marc Lamont Hill trying to have a conversation with a "Celebrity Conservative" who has made her living spewing hate is downright comical. Does Ms. Coulter realize how the rest of the world sees her? she is a dinosaur and we can only hope for the next comet to come. When did the wimpy republican men go into hiding and allow this barrage of non stop talking women creating this smoke screen of hate.
Also, we New Yorkers are sick of out of towners using us and our city as their platforms. Tell Ms. Coulter that I know a gay Middle Eastern/American couple who are New Yorkers and thought she was a comedian performing a character. LOL...

JLes   September 27th, 2010 9:46 pm ET

Coulter just said, "what if you don't get the outcome you expected," doesn't this presuppose that these shouldn't be courts but only show trials with a predetermined outcome.

Gracie   September 27th, 2010 9:47 pm ET

Your my hero Ann Coulter!

Mort   September 27th, 2010 9:47 pm ET

Now, finally, SOMEBODY had to contain Ann Coulter and that turned out to be our brother Lamont. I say Amen to THAT!

Robert Clayton   September 27th, 2010 9:48 pm ET

To Tony in Atlanta: We have non-religious fanatics too. And Limbaugh & Stern are shockjocks, that's what they do. It's their bread & butter to get ratings & advertisers to "sell soap" a soap job.

Lisa   September 27th, 2010 9:48 pm ET

yOU are brave and strong.
Hear this. I worked for 30 years at one place got tossed out.
I am a talented professional..
I am the new poverty.
You do not have a heart.
I am a liberal democrat that loves obama he helps me.
Great Hair. blondes have more fun.
I inch to a new job but I am jaded.
Really who trusts American business now. I got the number. Saw it for 30 years..Corporate welfare. Special tax deferred ok.
If they were really great we would rally. we do not rally because they are self serving idiots that got lucky..a nd they move all over the place.
well not all but most..I know them after 30m years. who cares about iimmigrants. Can you find out about life insurance programs. You leave and the company keeps up and cash out when you die?

Vicky   September 27th, 2010 9:48 pm ET

Ann – What wrong with Obama been of a Muslim religion?

robert Gunn   September 27th, 2010 9:51 pm ET

to larry king please ask naomi wolf to be on your show

Robert Clayton   September 27th, 2010 9:52 pm ET

There is no separation of church & state in the U.S. Constitution. Rather, the 1st Admentment states: "Congree shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." It's freedom of religion not freedom from religion.

Joseph   September 27th, 2010 9:53 pm ET


Roy Bi   September 27th, 2010 9:53 pm ET

DADT and no girls in military? That's so typical of an ultra conservative. Oh, it's Ann.

Robert Clayton   September 27th, 2010 9:54 pm ET

Congratulations on your engagement! Now we're truly gonna have a balanced panel. Left + right = Center.

Debby   September 27th, 2010 9:56 pm ET

I emigrated to the US 20 years ago – from England – with nothing but a suitcase – no job, no money – just my new husband (who is also English from the same town as me) and his greencard........
I wasn't allowed to work (until I got my own greencard – which I had to wait four years for.....) but my husband was a skilled tool and die maker and had obtained his greencard from a sponsor tool and die maker in Macon Ga.
We played by the rules and did everything by the book with regard to becoming resident aliens and finally five years ago citizens of the US
proudest day ever – to come from England and finally becoming US citizens – we have lived the American dream.
Coming from nothing and eventually having our own business for the last seven years (Injection Plastic Mold Making company)
we have struggled this last two years because like everyone else we are victims of the economy'
but – we were able to vote – finally – and were priviledged that the first time we were able to vote in this country was to vote for our President Obama – at last...........someone who is young – smart – dignified – class act – who has VISION – and long term plan
unlike the clowns I have witnessed before here in this country
(Not including Bill Clinton – he was awesome too)
Give our President a break – he was voted in to give us hope
and give us hope he does..........
Rome wasn't built in a day
ever heard of that?????

Roy Bi   September 27th, 2010 9:56 pm ET

Dear Ms. Coulter,

Do you think Christine O'Donnell's popularity will surpass Sarah Palin? She seems nicer, and a lot more pleasant to look at.

JLAaRo   September 27th, 2010 9:59 pm ET

It just keeps getting worse and worse!

Coulter says sexuality shouldnt play a role in serving the country as if that is all homosexuals will do is talk about their sexuality.

She obviously doesnt realize just how much "sexuality" the straight soldiers are getting into across seas. . . smh. . .

Tyler   September 27th, 2010 10:00 pm ET

I just wanted to say that the debate between ann and marc was one of the most interesting that I've seen in a while. Go to the both of you. I don't belong to a party but I do watch politics. Good debate!

Sarah   September 27th, 2010 10:01 pm ET

Agree that repealing dont ask dont tell is a mistake. You dont see men and women showering together or being housed together in dormitories, so what do we do once gays become open in the military? Segregate showers and sleeping arraingments based on sexual orientation? Sexuality really shouldnt have a place in the daily motions of the military anyways. And even if you do agree that it should be repealed, surely people need to understand that right now is not the time to be focusing on that. We have bigger fish to fry right now.

Debby   September 27th, 2010 10:01 pm ET

I would like to respond to Vikki.......
NOTHING IS WRONG WITH THAT – it makes him more real – and more able to fix everything that is so wrong with this world.....
Thank God – finally.......

Vicky   September 27th, 2010 10:07 pm ET

Ann – For a commentator you are certainly out of touch with reality.

Kathy Carroll   September 27th, 2010 10:07 pm ET

WELL since I watch CNN I don't think i'll be seeing or hearing much from the RIGHT WING , They are afraid!! We might ask them a question, that might require thought. Sadly, they are afraid of people who just might disagree with them ! lol!

Nicole   September 27th, 2010 10:14 pm ET

We are encountering a time where we have a very impressionable youth-one generation raised by a world of understanding and compassion for all. This is really what is best. Please remind yourselves that our country has the potential to influence a lot of "backwards" thinking. In order for our future generations of Americans to succeed, they need to think forward. It is imperative for us to watch what we say, especially to American adults raising our youth-which, hopefully, is everyone at this point. Do not separate them from the world by telling them that there are special people, and not special people. Rather, we should be raising them with the understanding that everyone matters. Please think about everyone as humans. Nobody deserves any more or any less in the very basic of needs, rights, and respect. God doesn't want money towards people, God wants understanding and tolerance for people. Think about it.

April   September 27th, 2010 10:15 pm ET

I'm just curious...are Ann and Marc an item? They seemed awfully chummy! Larry even made comments about "marriage". Am I missing something?!

Brad   September 27th, 2010 10:18 pm ET

I don't belong to either the Republican or Democratic party. I consider myself a relatively run of the mill American. I really enjoy the point/counterpoint type of debate. However, one member of tonights debate is a person that I simply can't stand. Hate is too strong of a word, but it's close. I won't mention which one it is, only because it has no relevance to my point. I didn't see this debate as point/counterpoint. I got to hear one person speak for maybe ten seconds and then both of them went at it for the remaining time. I guess I'm to blame. I wanted to hear both opinions. Indeed I did. Unfortunately it was at the same time. Better luck next time you two.

Jose R.   September 27th, 2010 10:20 pm ET

By far, this was the most entertaining Larry King Show that I have seen in a very long time. I have never liked Ann Coulter, probably because i'm a democrat and I disagree with her on almost every social issue important to me. But she came across as intelligent and, dare I say, even reasonable AT TIMES (when dicussing the Mosque in NY, birthers, and Odonell). Also, I was VERY impressed with Marc Lamont Hill. I have seen him on CNN before, but the way he was able to hold his own against the infamous Coulter was admirable! He is very intelligent and was respectful towards Coulter and vise versa. I laughed out loud, I learned more about the issues and I will miss Larry King... because he was an amazing interviewer and moderator tonight.

john   September 27th, 2010 10:22 pm ET

What is wrong with Obama been of a Muslim religion?

odi   September 27th, 2010 10:22 pm ET

Hi Larry keep up the the good Job I love your show but i Keep wondering why do you keep bringing people like this to your show, for the entertainment or for infotainment? Ann Coulter is the most subjective person Ive ever watched on TV. she is smart, calculative manipulative and very self-serving, and that's everything that is wrong with today's politics. The democrats knew pushing health-care would not gain them public favor but they did it because it needed to be done. NOpublicans claim to be serving public opinion but they are actually doing more to influence it for selfish gains. we Need to wake up and feel the Heat Forward ever Backward Never!!!

Cajazz76:24:8   September 27th, 2010 10:29 pm ET

Good question asked above. Why would it be so offensive to America if President Obama were Muslim? Every Christian, every Jew, and every Muslim are of the same core Abrahamic faith based religion. What makes them any different? It's quite simple...Hatred! Bigotry! Hypocrisy! ..all the same and the catalyst for all war...Politics...The synonym for religion, actually the first political party origins...caj

Paul from Windsor   September 27th, 2010 10:38 pm ET


I'm flipping from Hannity advertisements and what do I see for the very first time? A fair and balanced interview on Larry King live! Normally, he's throwing meatball pitches to air headed liberals. But this is Coulter versus Lamont! It was fantastic. I couldn't stop watching.
Thank you Larry. Yout favorite was obvious, but you allowed the other side to speak. I think you may finally have figured out how to interview.

LEON   September 27th, 2010 11:01 pm ET


josh   September 27th, 2010 11:27 pm ET

Whether you liberals like it or not, traditional marriage is the cornerstone of a civil society. You call it progressive but in reality it's self-destructive. You see the rising phenomenon of men killing THEIR OWN FAMLIES and then themselves, homelessness at an all time high, drug addiction out of control, recent increase in crime rates.......there's a break down. A break down of structure; an erosion of our culture. It's liberal policies that continue to weaken us and make us more vulnerable.

Stephanie   September 27th, 2010 11:37 pm ET

I love this guy – sooo much smarter than Coulter! Please have him on more often. He is articulate and right on point. Bravo!

Fiona   September 27th, 2010 11:38 pm ET

Finally, for the first time, I have heard the gay marriage debate spoken about in its true form. Ann Coulter you truly summed up this evening how we should be talking about the gay marriage debate, changing civilization. As you have said, it is not about civil rights and separation of church and state. I am tired of hearing that as the crux of this debate. We need to hear more of your message in the mainstream media.

Stanley Kolker   September 28th, 2010 12:08 am ET

Ms. Coulter:

Several months ago on the Donny Deutch show, you stated twice that Jews are inferior to Christians. Please explain why you think your opinion is correct,

Dylan Molloy   September 28th, 2010 12:08 am ET

Are you insane? Palin is in no way more influential than our president.

Faiz Alam   September 28th, 2010 12:13 am ET

I am a muslim and all muslims believe in God and we do not have ant problem with "under God". However, muslims do not believe that jesus christ was son of God. Muslims believe that Jesus Christ was a prophet of God.

Cheryl Walters   September 28th, 2010 12:20 am ET

If Sarah Palin is elected President of the United States, I will formally renounce my citizenship and move to New Zealand. Seriously. I'm from the Northwest and trust me, academics and higher thought does not come easily to her.

"Sarah Palin cares about education—which makes total sense since she went to at least four different colleges over the course of six years before getting a degree from the University of Idaho in 1987, the Associated Press reports.

Palin's collegiate career began in the one state younger than Alaska, where she attended Hawaii Pacific University in the business administration program. She started in the fall of 1982. Next she headed to North Idaho College, a two-year institution, where she was a general studies major for two more semesters, spring and fall of 1983. Although she never received a degree there, she received the school's Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award this past June.

In the fall of 1984, she transferred to the University of Idaho, where she majored in journalism with an emphasis in broadcast news. She stayed until the spring 1985.

The next fall, Palin headed back to Alaska to attend Matanuska-Susitna College, just 14 miles from her hometown, Wasilla.

After one semester, she returned to the University of Idaho, which she attended for three more semesters—spring 1986, fall 1986, and spring 1987. She (at last!) graduated with a degree in journalism. After her roundabout tour of higher education, she worked a short stint as a sportscaster at a station in Anchorage, reporting on the Iditarod and Detroit Pistons basketball." September 05, 2008, US News & World Report (you know, back when folks were still not drinking the Koolaid called "Sarah Palin!"

Trust me – it DOES matter that our President is a distinguished, college-educated male or female. Why the heck am I busting my gut trying to get my own kids into a good university? And do you think I believe they will run for President? Hell NO!

Jeannie   September 28th, 2010 12:22 am ET

Coulter: "McDonnell will vote right..."

Aren't Senators supposed to represent ALL the people of their respective states rather than just the interests of their associated national political parties??

Another thing as for all dems being atheists... Bush and Reagan never went to church. Another obvious double standard and gross generalization by a loopy thinker.

At least Coulter hasn't mentioned Nazis, the Holocaust or Hitler yet...

pauline Vince   September 28th, 2010 12:23 am ET

What is Ann Coulter talking about! Obama is not pushing a socialist health care plan– he is protecting the public from greedy insurance companies who would, without conscience, drop your medical coverage if you had a preexisting condition and changed jobs. He is protecting you also from insurance companies putting a cap on how much they will pay, if your child is chronically sick. e.g If your kid needs a kidney transplant you will max out coverage after a couple of years- doesn't matter if you are rich or poor. It affects everyone the current system. We are all one car accident away from losing health care- even you Ann!

Jeannie   September 28th, 2010 12:28 am ET

PS to people who care about the environment and global warming, Cap and Trade is actually not a good program (there has been a lot of serious reporting on the subject from around the world and on its negative impact on the environment)

It the Republicans want to oppose it (for totally different reasons) that's actually a good thing in the fight to save a habitable planet.

C. Hill   September 28th, 2010 12:29 am ET

Please ask Ann Coulter to refrain from implying that we as consumers are "paying for everyones Viagra". As a pharmacist I can say that no insurance company pays for Viagra. It is an out-of-pocket expense.


Christopher Hawthorne   September 28th, 2010 12:32 am ET

Ann, why can't you understand that Liberals don't hate America, rather, we oppose the political atmosphere created by conservative thinking. The problem with figures like Palin and others who shall remain nameless: they fail to empathize with those of less privileged "classes." Obama, more of a centrist, still holds plenty of interest with you folks across the aisle. What's with all the hate?

frank   September 28th, 2010 12:39 am ET

Why does the Republican/Tea Party constantly run on a campaign of intolerance and fear? Is it only to appeal to the majority of the population which is uneducated and ignorant?

Stephan   September 28th, 2010 12:41 am ET

Ann does not have a clue. She is good at side stepping the issues. She did not tackle the question about Health care head on, instead she talk the polls regarding Health Care. When asked about pre-existing conditions, she said cancer was a bad example. These right wing nuts have no substance to their political positions.

Emma M.   September 28th, 2010 12:41 am ET

I feel that an individual with extremely conservative political views probably isn't the best representation of the majority of republicans. However, Ann Coulter, Sarah Palin, etc., rile up audiences with their passionate views that verge on mania, and are therefore good for press. I feel that individuals (such as Ann Coulter) that use their looks rather than well developed arguments to further political agendas serve only as the porcelain faced pin ups for radical, conservative politics. Ann Coulter makes a poor representative for any sect of politics that utilizes logic in arguments.

Jeannie   September 28th, 2010 12:42 am ET

Dems should stop saying that President Obama shouldn't have weighed in on the NY Mosque issue. The President was right, perfectly correct in defending the Constitution and only trying to steer the conversation towards truth. Dems should stand behind him.

Josh Overton   September 28th, 2010 12:44 am ET

You say a family requires a mother and father raising a child. I come from divorced parents and was raised by my mother. I am now a single father raising three children. A family is a group of people who love and care for eachother. I find your definition offensive and narrowminded. Are you implying that I do not come from a 'family' and do not currently have a 'family' with myself and my children?

ChristinA   September 28th, 2010 12:45 am ET

Your female guest is totally off track: (1) She appears to be presenting the idea that the "Nuclear" family is the norm. Hostorically this is probably not so. (2) Furthermore, it might very well be that what has gone wrong is that when the raising of children is left up to the nuclear family,things are boudn to go wrong! It takes a village/community to raise a child. (3) How dare a conservative "White" tell Blacks what has gone wrong with the so-called Black community (as if Balcks are a monolith!) (3) all Balcks did not get here through slavery(4). Is your guest ignorant of the historical facts?

Randy   September 28th, 2010 12:51 am ET

You and your radical Right and radical Left guests just do not get what is wrong with the system today nor do you understand what the tea party is about. All three of you are a prime example of what is wrong. Get some real people on your show instead of these losers who pretend to know what real people want. The Rep. and Dems all need to go. This idea that it is only about who wins is one thing that real people are sick and tired of. When are people going to represent the real people in what they want. The idea of the tea party is to replace all Rep and Dems. The government is made up of nothing but losers who are milking the public. As your guests pointed out, you dont have to have much between the ears to be in government, just the ability to win and lie to raise money. The lawyers have proven they do not know how to manage so dump them all. Maybe that is why you are starting to see other people elected. Besides, all you need these days is a law degree and drama classes to become a talk show host and milk the public even more. The Left wing radical also show his racist side on every show he goes on which just makes him more meaningless. Again, get some real people to explain what they want instead of these losers who what to put words in our mouth for the almighty buck!!

matthew unkle   September 28th, 2010 12:52 am ET

I cannot understand that so many idiotic college jerks really believe that they are so much better than those whom chose to skip college, why do you think that your crap doesn't stink???

By the sheer number of those here that cannot read & write, I do not truly believe that college is really the answer for everyone. I learned by living life, putting up with being screwed over by americans on a daily basis, including the religious idiots that rule this world out of fear not to mention the torturous government that comes second to the right-wing goofballs and the garbage that runs the crooked churches, etc.

It is high-time that as a world, we stop all religion at all costs and bring down the very government that supports them. After all of that has been taken care of, then put prohibition back in-force properly which [perhaps if anyone actually cares] the world might become a tolerable place to live........but I will not hold my god-damn breath.

From an Atheist, I am personally sick & tired of putting up with all of the religious threats, intimidation, harassment, trashing of gays, the non-religious, those who do not care about the right-wing conservative bashing of anyone who will not conform to the religious right no matter how much they push, etc. Lets get our american noses out of everyone else's ass and start working on our own lives and stop trying so hard to destroy the lives of others because they do not / will not bend and sway to the religious right!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dcruz   September 28th, 2010 12:54 am ET

I have to give it to Mr. Hill. He is very articulate, well-thought out, and very reasonable. Great job on LKL!!!

As for Coulter, she just makes herself look like a space cadet. I wonder if she weren't blonde, would anybody pay attention to her. And to say that Palin has more influence only confirms my statement. I want to beleive that the American public is so much more intelligent than to elect that Palin nitwit into the presidency, but then again they did re-elect the nitmit GW Bush.

Jeannie   September 28th, 2010 12:59 am ET

And as a last thought about this sad irrational "discourse" with Coulter.

Sexuality in the military.

How about focusing in on getting rid of the rape and prostitution that soldiers engage in while on duty in foreign countries instead of focusing on the "scary sexuality of gays" serving their country.

Good Luck America.

Lorri   September 28th, 2010 12:59 am ET

Hey Ann,

Just wanted to agree with your point that gay marriage is not a civil rights issue. It bothers me that they continue to compare it to blacks being able to vote or being freed from slavery. A black person cannot change the color of the skin and decisions to include or exclude them from participating in activities that other Americans have based on color is VERY different than putting into law the ability for two same sex individuals to marry. Gay people say they are born gay and there is nothing they can do to change that, but I have met and know of several people who have changed their sexual orientation so in my mind, it is a PREFERENCE. Example: Anne Heche. If supporters are going to say gay marriage is a civil rights issue, please compare it to something that is relevant. Comparing it to slavery or blacks ability to vote is just plain ridiculous. You can't change the color of your skin but you can change your sexual orientation and MANY do and have.

I personally believe that most gay people were sexually abused at such a young age that they don't recall it or block it out so while they tell themselves and others they were born that way, I think it's PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) that just hasn't been diagnosed yet and may never be......

Lindsey   September 28th, 2010 1:01 am ET

I agree with Anne. Marriage is between one man and one woman. Marriage is not between two men, two women, etc. like Lamont Hill thinks! Does he also believe in polygamy or marriage between kids and adults?

Charles   September 28th, 2010 1:06 am ET

Coulter is just parroting Republican talking points and offers no solution to any problem this country is facing, in fact it's that kind of rhetoric that is the problem that keeps this country divided instead of finding solutions. The tax cuts for the rich should expire on schedule, and i wish the President use executive powers to overrule the Republican on this matter and pass the tax cuts for the middle class and let the cuts for the rich expire.

Sara Price   September 28th, 2010 1:12 am ET

Ann Coulter says she doesn't support repealing DADT because all gays need to do is "refrain from talking about they're sex lives". Is she serious right now? Does she really think people are so stupid as to believe this condescending statement??? Give me a break!! That is not what DADT is causing people not to have the right to talk about. "Their sex lives" REALLY??? How many times a day do your straight coworkers talk about their Family, Their Children, Their plans for the weekend, what they did with their spouse or family the previous evening, etc, etc, etc???? What if all of that was suddenly OFF LIMITS for discussion ??? I think it's absolutely ridiculous that this policy is even under discussion in 2010. People with these views should be embarrassed to speak their opinions out loud, they are discraceful.

ChristinA   September 28th, 2010 1:12 am ET

Ms. Coulter appears also to be ignorant of the fact that homosexuals are not excluded from military service in several countries.

What does the sexual orientation of the individual has to do with her/his ability to serve in the military, except for the importance attached to it by certain individuals, who , for some socio-psychological reasons, are so overly concerned with the sexual orientation of others.

Get a life! "Dig the beam out of your own eyes before you dig the matter out of your sister or brother's".

And, those individuals who are not in the military and have never been in the military, if you really don't want persons who are not heterosexuals in the militay, why don't you, your friends, family ,religious associates and homophobic colleagues fill the void that would be left if those folks stay away!

Jeannie   September 28th, 2010 1:17 am ET


How about its no-one's business to tell two law abiding and consenting adults how to live their lives. How about taking care of your own business of living a good life? How about opening your own heart to others and understanding that life is a complex and beautiful thing and that condemning others for their circumstances while distorting truth is vile and ungodly?

Ps Pedophilia HAS NOTHING to do with being gay.

If you don't believe in gay marriage, simply don't do it! Live the way you choose to live by all means but also remember that freedom also comes with the price of tolerance and respect.

Peace and God Speed

Deborah   September 28th, 2010 1:52 am ET

Please tell Ann and her tea party friends which include the party of no that if it hadn't been for our president we would be a whole lot worse off., and the tea party and ann and all the republicians would get a lot more respect from me if they would just tell the truth and say what the real reason why they do not like the president is beause he is black. There is no way it could be about his policies because they let George Bush declare a war and got 4,000 and more fo our brave men and women slaughtered. Let in drive our county into a ditch.Where were they then, how about driving up the decipt.

Share   September 28th, 2010 1:55 am ET

The rash of rabid religious-right, under-educated, self-centered and selfish women – from Bachman, Coulter and Palin to Angle and O'Donnell – have made me ashamed of being a woman. Is it possible, as Ann admitted "they are not smart enough to hold a public office but they will 'vote right' and 'follow orders'", ... that they are simply being used as women figureheads?

I agree that "There should be some minimum relevant education requirements for people to run for office" and "The Sarah, Christine's and Angle's have no place in politics and neither does anyone else that governs with religion and emotion at the forefront of their decision making".

Dawna Shockney   September 28th, 2010 1:58 am ET

Why does Ann Coulter think she has the right to say who does and who does not believe in God? Faith is something that comes from heart. No one but ourselves can say where our heart lies, but our actions do tell others about our faith. Obama's actions have done nothing to tell me that he is anything but a Christian. But Ann's actions by her admission of setting herself up as one who knows everyone's faith and what is in his/her heart tells me that she is either not a Christian herself or has never read the Bible.

But again, maybe she follows Christine O'Donnell into the sorcery world and there has learned to read everyone's thoughts and knows all of our beliefs, as she seems to think she does!

paul   September 28th, 2010 3:44 am ET

Ann, you'r doing a good job telling the truth... but the media can't take it.

al   September 28th, 2010 3:58 am ET

republicans are so full of hate that even if they had the best interest of the country as they re priority instead of obstructing President Obama it would be hard to be influenenced by them.

gabriel   September 28th, 2010 4:01 am ET

it seems she is attracted to marc from my view.... also why is it that she can't agree on anything and sarah palin has more influence than the president ? wow !!! the only thing she can influence is voter not voting for here she is just someone to listen and soon will fade

Mike Smith   September 28th, 2010 4:23 am ET

Sometimes you have to be a little off center just to get peoples attention. His comments may or may not have been appropriate but an awfull lot of people listened !

Mike Smith   September 28th, 2010 4:34 am ET

Yes I think Sarah has more influence than Obama, honesty will always win in the end and if she runs for the oval office in 2012 she has my vote, dispite the fact that I have always been against women in polotics.

Mike Smith   September 28th, 2010 5:04 am ET

First of all I would like to say that Ann you are a great patriot as well as a good human being, unfortunately I think that a good number of these responces that you are getting are from people that are just ignorant of what the constitution of the United States really stands for.It was written for the people not government.It was written to keep government out of civic life example: the seperation of church and state is intended to keep government out of the church not to keep church out of government ! I would like to go on and on and on but I won't. Ann just keep up the good work and if you should ever run for office,you have my vote

John O'Brien   September 28th, 2010 5:06 am ET

As I listened to Ann Coulter and Marc Lamont Hill go back and forth, I thought two things. If I would have been Ann Coulter, I would have let Mr. Hill go on and on, because it seems like the faster he tries to talk the less he really has to say. The second thing that came to my mind, was the time that Mother Teresa of Calcutta was on a talk show, and the other guest on the show was a professed atheist. Mother Teresa sat and listened as the professed atheist go on about his ideology, and when the talk show host asked Mother Teresa what she thought, she very humbly and politeley told of her belief in God, and the man said, that the peaceful, truthful words of Mother Teresa had an almost instantanious affect on him. The moral of the story. We do not have to apologize for our faith in God. No matter what they try to make us out to be.

EKE DAVID CHUKWUKA   September 28th, 2010 6:07 am ET

Presently am listening to Larry Kings talk with Ann Coulter and Professor.If you listen to Professor's argument, it makes more sense than the so called ANN who is not only irrelevant but a racist. He addressed Professor as OBAMA

MANOFGOD2010   September 28th, 2010 6:27 am ET

Hi Ann

Thank you for standing up for marriage. It is really offensive when homosexuals try to compare their agenda to the black civil rights struggle.

Being Black is not a sin or mental illness.

From a Black Christain Democrat

Marja Hartzell-Oforji   September 28th, 2010 8:01 am ET

I wonder why Ann Coulter wants to be mocking God by saying, that she`d like all Democrats to be tested of if they believe in him or love the country. I wonder how she can say things like that in public, without realizing (sorry to say) that she sounds as if she were retarded or something like that in the eyes of many if not most Europeans. The opinion about that everyone should believe in her God is bullying and sounds like something from the 18th hundreds, backwards thinking to max. What ever faith people have or have not, has nothing to do with politics, unless it makes them even in practice really loving, helping and caring about those whose life is harder than their own. That can be best seen in how certain Republicans who want to be seen as religious in her country, want the wealthy ones to pay less taxes (no matter what it does to the economy of the country, while they lie about that they want to do something to reduce the burden of the debt) , and want to bully by taking away human rights from gay people (I`m not one of any of these mentioned groups), from certain Muslims by not letting them build their culture center where ever, from women who need an abortion because of having been raped or been victims of incest., for health or other reasons (as if their body and life would not be their own). I don`t consider forbidding other people doing things that aren`t criminal as adult, responsible behaviour. Only primitive bullys think they can have that kind of godlike rights, to decide about other people`s lives. They would surely not want anyone to decide about which way they have right to live. The rules are just for other people, that`s the biggest hypocrisy of their thinking. That thing about loving the country is really ridiculous, empty words anyone can say. Besides, that kind of "love " doesn`t mean a thing. She also wanted to mock European health care without knowing that all European countries have their own systems. It sounds as if she wouldn`t know that there really are lots of countries in Europe. It really is impossible to understand what good she can see in a system, where private companies have the right to take exactly as much profit they want at a cost of sick people, to kick out those with serious illnesses, or to refuse them with preexisting illnesses to have a health care insurance!. How loving is that to fellow citizens, how Christian? I wonder if she has ever heard about, that one should love one`s neighbor, if her religion includes that?
I wonder how some Americans can say, that the health care system is too costly? Here in Sweden all adults pay taxes and the ones with high incomes have to pay most, which we and even the right wing parties think is only fair. .Isn`t "love your neighbor" one of the principles of the Christian faith? Or is it like that, that solidarity for the ones who have it harder in life doesn`t count at all in the eyes of certain Americans, who in any way want to be seen as Christians? We pay our total health care with our taxes, and everyone int he country, even the children, retarded people and those who have not worked a single day in their life in Sweden is included. We don`t have to pay any health care fees ever. It`s just to go to a doctor, to get all the lab test for free and to go to the pharmacy where almost all prescribed medicines are subsidized, which means extremely cheap compared with the American prizes. And when we have used a certain sum for prescribed medicines or to doctors` fees, we are allowed to buy that kind of medicines for free the rest of the year and go to the doctor for free too. How is this worse than the American system, or is it like that, that some Americans just spit out their mocking of our system without knowing what they are talking about.? Are they really as ignorant as McCain, the president candidate, who didn`t even know about the countries or prime ministers in Europe? One just has to go to a library to find out such things, or to ask someone to help to check in the internet. Ann Coulter wanted to reveal that too, that she thinks that the criminal Sarah Palin (who has been to court for it and found guilty) and the suspected criminal who seems to have used her campaign money for private purposes even for her mom , are trustworthy. That says all about Ann Coulter`s ethics and morals. What she said about health care tells all about her faith.
I`m a female retired Finnish teacher, regular watcher of CNN.
Situation Room, Anderson Cooper, Fareed Zakaria, the State of the Union and Larry King are my favourites. Even though my English (my third language) could be better, I do know what I`m talking about.
Wish you the very best mr. Larry King
Best greetings from a suburb of Stockholm, with more than 90 nationalities. That`s what I like best, exciting beautiful foreigners.

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hearthespirit   September 28th, 2010 9:23 am ET

Ann Coulter thinks and will tell you she is smarter that everyone else. She is not my idea of an intelligent person. There's a difference between intelligence and wisdom. My grandmother was one of the most intelligent and wise women I have ever known. She was wise because she listened and kept her mouth shut except to say something really smart. Ann Coulter is well educated but not wise. Wise people keep their mouths shut and live their beliefs. It seems Miss Coulter needs media attention (the same way that Lindsay Lohan does), hence the flipping the hair around and fidgeting in her seat. She lacks self composure and serenity leading me to think she's wants to tell you how great she is, but isn't convinced herself.

Ted   September 28th, 2010 10:14 am ET

As always, fun to watch these two.

Prof. Lamont Hill, you are intelligent, however you should take a course on how to talk slowly and articulate properly, so people can understand you. I wonder how your students fair at Colombia U., do they know what are you talking about?

dbzl   September 28th, 2010 10:55 am ET

Slavery 100 years? come on Ann, try 1300's especially with the Europeans and Muslims pushing folks around the globe.
The difference between white and gay and a black man. The white gay man will be paid a dollar for a dollars work, black man is looking at 75-80cents on the dollar.

c. ellis   September 28th, 2010 12:03 pm ET

I have read the comments here and I can't believe no one has mentioned Ann Coulter's remark that the White House is being run by the Harlem Globetrotters. What a racist comment and no one is holding her accountable for it. I wish I could replay it and make sure I got it correct, but LK nor the other guest had any response to it.

Lindsey   September 28th, 2010 12:32 pm ET

Jeannie: The issue is not about what 2 consenting adults do. I don't care what 2 consenting adults do. However, only one man and one woman may marry. The issue is about marriage.

Cat   September 28th, 2010 1:33 pm ET

I would have loved to have listened to Ann Coulter for the full hour, but with the amount of interrupting by that other guy it was just too irritating. I generally agree with her on just about everything; I'm a Canadian but if I was American I'd be a Republican. The one bit I did hear and agree with her on is that marriage is between a man and a woman, not two men, not two women.

mrs p   September 28th, 2010 1:35 pm ET

Nixon bowed and so did Reagan. The petty quippering conservatives conjour up is small minded, childish and FALSE. It does not represent Americans or America. This negative self-promoting pretending-to-be-angry gig which Ann Coulter and the like portray, is a scheme to earn attention and thus sell the act for profit. It isn't sincere. If not for Bill Maher nobody would even know who she is. She's all about Ann and promoting Ann. There are no real concrete solutions in her playbook; that isn't the agenda. It's rather sad and quite regressive. America has gone backward long enough. This divisive anal act isn't healthy for anyone and it creates disease.

Ted King   September 28th, 2010 1:44 pm ET

Larry, Ann is correct about the myth of global warming. The problem people have is that they simply do not understand weather. Just because it hit a record in LA yesterday does not mean GW is happening. Heck, it reached 118 degress for a state recored in Colorado; that was in 1886! Most state record highs did not occur in the last 30 years(google 'state record highs' and see for yourself.) Florida's record low was in 1899 at -2 degrees! That did not mean global cooling was happening.
I like ya' Larry, but it was classic lefty.

Harvey J. Garza   September 28th, 2010 2:50 pm ET

I'am always glad to hear what Ann Coulter has to say about anything. That being said, I felt that she was meteorically above Marc Lamont Hill in her grasp of all political acumen/knowledge/logic that understands the Tea Party, Sarah Palin, and the GOP. Futhermore; Coulter [as does Sarah Palin and the Tea Party] is attuned to the Pulse of the American People in respects to Politics and Legislation. Ann Coulter has a clarity about the Issues that Americans deem as important. Example: Obama Health Care was overwhelmingly rejected by American's as being too Expensive and ill planned. The taxpayer would be on the hook for an initially reported 32 million people in need of health coverage. The cost of Obama Care is just unrealistic. Point: Republicans and a fair share of Democrates where not in favor of the Health Reform Bill; and voiced opposition to voting for the passage of the Bill into Law. I detest the likes of Reid, Pulosi (SIC), and Obama for repeatidly going to Senate and House Members (who had their minds made up to vote no to Obama Care) and Verbally Waterboarding/Arm-twisting Congressional Members to Vote for Obama Care . . . this juvenile act of browbeating in light of the wishes of the majority of Americans who voiced total opposition to the National Health Care Bill (Obama Care). All this is is forcing something that the public doesn't want down their throats; irrespective of the Costs to the Taxpayer. Marc Lamont Hill critized the "Tea Party" as Right-Wing Nut-Jobs, Racists, Genaphobe (?), Wacky, etc. And this Negative Name-Calling is totally untrue. Of course; the Democrates are looking for ways to malign the "Tea Party" in anyway, in attempt to discredit the "Tea Party". Hill stated that Obama has achieved his political promises/pledges; that Obama is a Christian and not a Muslim, that Delaware's Christine O'Conner is a representative "Tea Party" Wacky. Point: What I say now is a consensus of those American Voters who voted for Obama in '2008 Presidential Election . . . and that is that (1) although Obama had limited (2+yrs.) political experience, (2) Obama was not in anyone's pocket (e.g. beholden to big business), (3) Harvard Law education to understand the ramifications of legislation, (4) had an appreciation for the plight of the poor and working class (his resume; working in the southside of Chicago), (5) his (Obama's) purported desire to act upon the wishes of the voters who put him into office . . . And All This Contrary to Fact that the majority of the electorate (those who would and did vote for Obama) who had a gut-feeling (suspicion) that he was Muslim and not Christian (since it was reported that he went to school in Indonisia (Muslim Nation) in a Muslim School (preschool/grade school) before ever moving to Hawaii. That Obama was foreign born in either Kenya or Indonesia. As far as Obama being bi-racial Black; this was never an issue. It's quite convenient for Obama to Act as Judas in Denouncing Reverend Jerimiah Wright for the lamest of excuses (e.g. Wright's assertion that the U.S. Government was somehow involved in the introduction of Aids; and Fiery Sermons that Critics charged as Ant-American and Racist). It is a fact that at the time Aids became a plague in Africa ... USSR/Russia Government voiced to the world that they suspected the United States Government with unleashing a biological substance upon the Tribes of Africa without ever having produced an antidote. The American public didn't know of Aids, intil gay men started to die (having been exposed to the Aids Virus) . . . this was approximately around 1983. As to Anti-American remarks made by Reverend Wright to his congregation . . . this was Wrights own knowledge as a decorated Marine Vietnam Veteran who was privy to what the U.S. Military and the U.S. Government's foreign involvement . . . bottom line: Expressing of one's constitutional right of freedom of speech; even when you speak of the fallacy of U.S. Foreign Policy and it's Effects upon another Nation and it's People . . . not withstanding the lives of Marines/Sailors/Soldiers that are Pawns to the U.S. Governmnet. As to Racist rhetoric is misconstrued in that expression of Black Nationalism, or speaking about the plight of black-americans in their relation to the U.S. Government, Civil Rights or the lack thereof, to express the racism that still exists in America, etc. Fiery Sermons in a Church with a Black Congregation is vibrant and vocal . . . expressivenes that is the norm. Conclusion: Obama and Professor Hill are good at verbally dazzeling people; but lack the "Connection" to the American Public. May the "Tea Party" and the GOP prevail in taking the United States in a Positive Direction; conducive to the American People Vision.

Tez Anderson   September 28th, 2010 4:32 pm ET

Asking Ann Coulter about marriage is like asking a nun about sex. Coulter has 50 and never married. Please ask someone else.

Rig   September 28th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

I look forward to the day when sexual deviants are allowed to adopt children and serve openly in the military. I can't believe that anyone would condemn or oppose this! I am in the Navy and I want our homosexuals to be free to tell us about their sexual deviation and I want them to be loud and proud! I want to be able to look around me and 24/7 on a 6 month deployment and take comfort in knowing that the people who I'm working closely with and sharing living quarters with are sexual deviants. I want them to be able to walk around on the boat all day long proclaiming their deviation for me and all of my fellow honorable service members to hear, including the Captain, the Commodore and all of the marines on the boat! I will not rest until sexual deviants are practicing their deviation openly, loud and proud, in full military uniform. Dear God please get them into the service. And to those of you that are in the service having to conceal your sexual deviation; thank you for your service! We're gonna make sure you can be open, it might take some more work, but we'll make it happen!!! God bless you guys

blaine   September 29th, 2010 1:14 pm ET

Ann, we know you make alot of money out their saying the things you do,it doesnt take a smart person to argue your agenda. I just wanted to ask you if, yourself, palin, russhh limbaugh,,john bainer, ect, get to gether for tea, and coordinate your silly ideas, so you all dont have to step on each others toes when answering some tough questions by the media ? You all do a good job keeping hatefulness in the country Alive and Well.

manu   October 1st, 2010 4:12 pm ET

did Canadians fight in Vietnam?

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