Ann Coulter Says “Radiation is GOOD For You”

Ann Coulter Says Radiation is GoodConservative columnist Ann Coulter suggested on The O’Reilly Factor last night that Radiation is “good for you“.

According to her, the benefits of radiation aren’t being covered enough by the media during the crisis in Japan. During last night’s The O’Reilly Factor on FOX, Coulter talked about how a number of physicists have said how radiation has a positive effect on cancer patients.

Bill O’Reilly went back and forth with Ann stating “by your account we should all be heading for the nuclear reactor leaking and kind of sunbathing out there in front of, come on.”

Is this woman crazy or what?

See the interview from last night below.

Ann Coulter: “Radiation is Good For You” (Interview Video)

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One Response to “Ann Coulter Says “Radiation is GOOD For You””

  1. Bella Says:

    Ann, i think you are stupidest woman in the World-you teach people wrong. It is not 1st time. So, why you don’t go in affected area and not living there? Do you know how many children and adults had and have cancer after Chernopol disaster? I know. I used to live there. Count, how many people died there. Just go and live in Radiation areas. Only this way you will prove to everybody, if your statement correct.

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