Outspoken conservative commentator Ann Coulter has pipped her own record for rabid incoherence, this time by saying that people who worry about global warming should tell their kids to "get their own planet".
Ms Coulter was speaking to fellow Republican commentator Sean Hannity on Fox News when she took umbrage to his suggestion that President Obama's economic strategy is "robbing our kids' and grandkids' future".
Interrupting Mr Hannity while he decried the impact of the $825 billion stimulus package, the aging succubus gnashed: "Oh forget our grandkids, who cares about them? I care about me and the money in my bank account."
She then launched into one of her trademark tirades, adding: "Nobody cares about our grandkids, that's why nobody cares about global warming. Who cares? They can get their own planet. The point is we're all losing money."
Mr Hannity had been condemning the rising cost of America's controversial economic stimulus package, which Republicans say includes too much 'pork' funding at the expense of infrastructure development and job creation.
And while that stance would typically be well received by his conservative colleague, the vitriolic blonde instead opted to stir up some controversy.
Immediately rejecting his argument that the stimulus bill is "robbing our kids' and our grandkids' future," Ms Coulter cackled and insisted that most critics of the package care solely about their own personal wealth.
"I care about me and the money in my bank account that is worth nothing [if the US dollar depreciates during the recession]," she callously screeched, before drawing the deeply troubling analogy with climate change protests.
The 47-year-old, who defies even riverScrap.com's attempts at comedic caricaturing, is no stranger to intense controversy. Two days after the 9/11 attacks, she wrote an infamous newspaper column that many believe galvanised anti-American sentiment around the globe.
"We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity," Ms Coulter wrote on September 13, 2001. "We carpet-bombed German cities [in WWII]; we killed civilians. That's war; and this is war."
Ann Coulter, thank God, has no children or grandchildren.