Ann Coulter Is Worried About âForeskinâ And âAnusâ Bombing by Steve Krakauer | 9:13 am, January 6th, 2010 Conservative commentator Ann Coulter and the ACLU are teaming up to take on these new intrusive body scan machines at airports. Obviously, they have very different angles on the story. Coulter has a few reasons, but most interestingly is her worry it wonât stop âforeskinâ and âanusâ bombing. Last night on The OâReilly Factor, Bill OâReilly and Coulter talked about the âmost intrusiveâ new method the TSA has implemented to crack down on potential terror attacks. Coulter worries about the privacy issue (you know, she is sounding like the ACLU now). âYour naked body will show up on Page Six,â she tells OâReilly. Also: âFemales do object to this a lot more than males, particularly the ones with the better figures, worried about Bill Clinton signing up for a civil service job.â (Zing! Someoneâs been moonlighting as a Jay Leno Show writer.) But mainly, according to Coulter âit wonât do anything.â OâReilly disagreed. âIf you have a body scan and you have a bomb in your underwear, they can see the bomb through the body scan,â he said. But Coulter countered, quite graphically: It was spread throughout the diaper. Unless the bomb is inserted under the foreskin, and by the way, I donât see a clear angle on the anus. Thatâs a pretty easy hiding place for this. So Coulter has examined these body scan images, and, at this present time, she doesnât âsee a clear angle on the anus.â She has looked, though. And no clear angle yet. As for whether the body scan could have stopped the Christmas Day attempted terror attack, it sounds like OâReilly is right. Coulter is wrong that explosives were âspread throughout the diaper.â Instead, it was a âsix-inch packet of explosive powder sewn into the crotch of the underwear.â We know this because there are images of the packet still in the underwear, since it never ignited. If Coulter thinks the body scan is too intrusive of a process, she has yet to give an alternate option. Obviously she would agree something must be done, but she gives no indication what that would be. Even if there is profiling, she makes the claim the body scan is ineffective. So whatâs your next best option, Ann?