Actress and Obama campaign co-chair, Eva Longoria, came under fire after re-posting an anti-Romney message on the social media site, Twitter. She apparently retweeted another person’s tweet which read: “I have no idea why any woman/minority can vote for Romney. You have to be stupid to vote for such a racist/misogynistic tw**.”

Longoria quickly backtracked and took down the tweet, but should she step down as co-chair for the offensive language? Author Ann Coulter commented on Fox and Friends, “Give me a break. It just shows how superficial Obama is with all these celebrity-types.”

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She said it’s one of the things she likes about Mitt Romney, because “If he wanted to be hanging out in the Hamptons or Hollywood or hanging out with air-head actresses, he could. Obviously he does not want to.”

Coulter said if the shoe was on the other foot it would be a different story. Her point was recently evidenced when actress Stacey Dash experienced backlash for supporting Romney on Twitter. She added, “[Liberals] pretend they’re against bullying; they’re always the biggest bullies of all.”

Coulter had advice for Romney going in to Monday night’s final presidential debate. She said, “Obama is vulnerable on Libya, so do not get gun-shy over that.”

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