Does Ann Coulter glow in the dark? If not, some radiation might be good for her

Ann Coulter is such a sweet person it’s a shock that she didn’t become a nun and tend to lepers.

After all, she specializes in making your skin crawl.

A glowing Coulter appeared on Thursday’s “O’Reilly Factor” to explain her column that radiation is “good for you.”

Coulter must be one of those people who eats poached children for breakfast, sticks sharp things in the eyes of the elderly and drowns kittens for laughs.

Japanese officials apparently don’t read Coulter’s column because today they raised the alert level at their overheating nuclear reactors to five on a seven-point scale, placing it two rungs below Chernobyl and equal with Three Mile Island. And the operator of the stricken Fukushima plant said they have not ruled out burying the plant in concrete, which was done at Chernobyl.

In a column called “A Glowing Report On Radiation,” Coulter said that many scientists have been studying the effects of radiation and have found that, as she put it, “at some level — much higher than the minimums set by the U.S. government — radiation is good for you,” and actually reduced the risk of cancer.

If so, Coulter should be zipping over to the Fukushima plant to soak in some rays before they bury it.