The Daily Caller informs me of this:
Ann Coulter thinks the woman who formerly served as the face of the Obamacare website is going to have to "make a sex tape" to recover her reputation.
On Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel's "Hannity,"the conservative columnist ... discussed the various pitfalls of the Obamacare rollout.
Coulter referred specifically to the woman who had previously been the face of the Obamacare website known as "Adriana," who in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" on Wednesday morning revealed herself as an immigrant from Colombia and offered some details about her life.
HANNITY: All right. What's your reaction to that?
COULTER: I feel sorry for this poor woman.
HANNITY: Me, too.
COULTER: Adriana's going to have to make a sex tape next week to get her reputation back.
HANNITY: Oh, stop....
You need to watch the clip if you want to understand where the blame lies here. Yes, it lies with Coulter, who's as vile as always. But watch the way the segment is structured. The "sex tape" line isn't just one in a flurry of Coulter one-liners -- Hannity and his staff clearly built the segment around it. Hannity begins the segment by talking about the website model. He then plays a clip from the Good Morning America segment that goes on for nearly a minute.
All to set up that joke. (And a subsequent two-part joke about the woman's immigrant status: "Obama was giving -- giving a job that should have gone to an American to an immigrant, except she wasn’t paid. So he’s just exploiting an immigrant laborer and blew an opportunity to create at least one job." After that, Coulter and Hannity drop the subject of the model.)
Oh, but I forgot: Obamacare is so horrible that it's perfectly fair to go on national television and tell two million viewers that a woman who had nothing to do with its creation or implementation ought to try making a porno, just because she has a tangential connection to the law.