Right-wing pundit Ann Coulter called the Democratic Party "a party that supports killing, lying, adultery, thievery, envy."
Coulter's tirade came on the February 28 edition of FOX News' Hannity & Colmes in a discussion of a recent remark by Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean. Dean told a group of supporters in Kansas on February 25, "This is a struggle of good and evil. And we're the good."
From the February 28 edition of FOX News' Hannity & Colmes:
COULTER: I don't think stupid and evil don't exist in the world, but I notice that Howard Dean doesn't give any examples. This is a party that supports killing, lying, adultery, thievery, envy.
ALAN COLMES (co-host): That's ridiculous.
COULTER: And they're going to call -- I mean, the platform is violating the Ten Commandments one by one. And they're talking about evil?
Coulter's latest invective follows a long line of attacks on Democrats: she has labeled former President Bill Clinton "a very good rapist" and likened him to O.J. Simpson, the football star who was tried for murder in 1995; asserted that Sen. John Kerry would "improve the economy in the emergency services and body bag industry" if elected president; suggested that Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) is unpatriotic and that he doesn't love America; and impugned Democrats generally as "racist" for criticizing black conservatives.