Don't worry about who's included in "our." I'm sure it's nothing offensive. (via)

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Alleged human being Ann Coulter tweeted out the above photo of herself in response to Michelle Obama, who posted a photo of the First Lady holding a sign with the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls. That hashtag, for those who don't know, was created to raise awareness of the over 200 teenage girls who were abducted by the Boko Haram terrorist/rebel group in Nigeria. 

Naturally, this means that conservatives are now against the hashtag because it "trivializes" the tragedy. So, in order to get people to take it more seriously, they've thrown a hissy fit about Michelle's sign. This is epitomized by Coulter's hashtag suggesting that the Obamas have taken America hostage (or at least "our" America), much like those Islamic radicals in Nigeria.

So, the Internet took Coulter's photo hostage instead, and turned it into a massive running joke. (To be fair, the Internet also did the same thing to Michelle's sign.)


Thankfully, I don't think anyone would really let Coulter teach real, live children.
(via redditor _thats_not_me)


I've always said that Ann Coulter is a lot like me...at age 6. (via)


I don't actually want to know what's in that hashtag. Best to just imagine. Or, actually, to avoid imagining at any cost. (via)



Do I really need to explain to you what this is? Because frankly, I can't. (via)


She's trying, you guys. She's trying. (via)



Who says conservatives won't try new sources of revenue to reduce the debt?
(via redditor byeberlin)

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Sources: Ann Coulter | Gawker