Four companies to pull ads from Ann Coulter's website
Ann Coulter may soon be feeling the effects of her remarks at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference in the pocketbook.
At least four companies have decided to pull advertisements from Coulter's website in the wake of the controversy that erupted after the conservative columnist called presidential candidate John Edwards a "faggot" last Friday, reports CNN.
Verizon, Netbank, and Sallie Mae have all removed ads from the website. The ads were pulled in part due to a grassroots effort by a DailyKos diarist, who is reporting that Washington Mutual has also pulled ads from the website.
RAW STORY's previous coverage of Ann Coulter's remarks toward John Edwards can be found here.