HANNITY: And the list goes on.
HANNITY: This is all they've got. It's all related to the fact that he can't run on his record. But here's the question. Does this work? They got class warfare distraction, attacks, surrogate attacks. We had a surrogate say Romney was a racist the other day.
HANNITY: OK. So, do these attacks have the potential of working?
COULTER: Not with so many people unemployed. I mean, the Obama campaign message is, you can vote for the guy who put millions of people out of work, quadrupled the deficit, wrecked American health care. Or you can vote for that really mean guy whose wife owns a horse.
HANNITY: Yes. All right. Let me --
That's true. Let me show you the latest MoveOn ad and -- just one of the many negative ads that are out there. Let's roll this tape.
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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: My name's Rafalca, the Romneys' dressage horse. You might have seen me executing leg yields and flying changes. How do I pull off such grace and athleticism while looking so good? Maybe it's because the Romneys spend $77,000 per year on my upkeep.
GRAPHIC: $77,000 = Almost Twice the Average American's Income.
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: And after Mitt Romney repeals health care and ships your job overseas, I daresay your life will not be nearly as pampered as mine. After all, you're not one of his horses.
NARRATOR: MoveOn.org Political Action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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HANNITY: Here is the interesting to me -- and this is where the NBC attacks just crossed the line -- is that, you know, Ann Romney has MS. And that's the reason she got into horses. It's therapeutic for a lot of people.
COULTER: Well, more over --
COULTER: He's a rich man. He hasn't wrecked the economy. He hasn't put a million people out of work. And by the way, there are a lot of ads with horses. The other one shows the other end of the horse saying, I'm Barack Obama and I approved this ad, all over the place these horse ads.
HANNITY: You sure it wasn't a donkey?
COULTER: Other end of the horse.
HANNITY: I'm just checking. All right, let me --
COULTER: But, you know, back to the tax records, Romney should absolutely not release these tax records. This is outrageous, we know exactly what they're doing.
COULTER: Because this is -- it is not just that. This is how they win, Obama wins -- it's like his signature move. This is his modus operandi, unleash -- somehow get unsealed, sealed records and then make a big deal out of them, even if there is nothing there. They have already tried to do it with the first two years of tax filings Romney didn't release.
And you notice how that just disappeared from the news. All we find out was that Romney paid millions of dollars in taxes and gives a lot to charities. Why didn't we get the 10 years of -- of tax filings by Teresa Heinz Kerry?
HANNITY: Great point.
COULTER: I mean, they say, oh, well, she's the wife of the candidate. Well, she was supporting the candidate. He was a gigolo. His tax returns are no more interesting than Seamus the dog's tax returns.
HANNITY: He was a gigolo?
COULTER: Yes. She was supporting him. Why didn't we get her 10-years --
HANNITY: That makes him a gigolo?
COULTER: Yes. He's always supported by women, including this multi-millionaire wife --
HANNITY: All right. I am not responsible for the trouble you are going to get in.
COULTER: I am stating facts! He was supported by his wife.
HANNITY: That doesn't make him a gigolo by definition.
COULTER: You are getting off the subject here. Why didn't we get 10 years of Teresa Heinz Kerry's tax returns?
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