Thursday, November 02, 2006

Ann Coulter commits a felony (Will she do the 'perp walk'?)

Not only does conservative screecher/shrill media whore Ann Coulter condone election fraud, it looks like she practices what she preaches.

Ann the Man has refused to cooperate in an investigation about whether she voted in the wrong precinct, so the case will likely be turned over to Florida state prosecutors, Palm Beach County's elections chief said Wednesday.

After all, why should she? Anyone who disagrees with her is just Godless, right?

Elections Supervisor Arthur Anderson said his office has been looking into the matter for nearly nine months, and he would turn over the case to the state attorney's office by Friday.

Coulter's attorney did not immediately return a telephone message Wednesday and her telephone number in Palm Beach is unaccessable to the little people. Her publisher's publicist also would not respond to messages.

Anderson's office received a complaint in February that Coulter allegedly voted in the wrong precinct during a Feb. 7 Palm Beach town council election. Since then, Anderson said he has made repeated attempts to resolve the matter with holier-than-thou Coulter and her attorney but has been rebuffed. The horse-faced pundit's registration lists the address of her realtor Suzanne Frisbie, rather than her own, Anderson said.

Anderson said an initial letter was sent to Coulter on March 27 requesting that she clarify her address for the voting records "or face the possibility of her voter registration being rescinded.'' This little setback would obviously prove to be a tad embarassing to rather political hack, wouldn't it?

Three more letters were sent to Coulter and her attorney over the next several months, but she has yet to respond with the information requested, Anderson said.

In July, Anderson said, he received a letter from Coulter's attorney, Marcos Daniel Jimenez D'Clouet (who says she doesn't like the French?). The letter said the attorney would only discuss the matter in person or by telephone because he complained Anderson had given details to the media. After all, she's the only one allowed to point the accusatory finger at people in the media. Anderson said the matter had to be discussed in writing.

Knowingly voting in a wrong precinct is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison, said Mike Edmondson, a spokesman for the state attorney's office in West Palm Beach.

Edmondson said his office generally reviews such cases, then turns them over to local authorities for a full investigation that could result in an arrest if intent is proven.

Of course, given such a polarizing figure as Ann the Man, reaction to this is, not surprisingly, mixed. "No wonder the Arabs and the North Koreans want to bomb us and wipe us out. This country has stupid politicians and the voters are the ones to be blamed," said one person who goes by the name 'Voter'.

Some think the people at the polling place should be arrested instead, since they let her get away with it in the first place, which seems fitting since the Republicans are the "blame everyone else" party.

Another poster, Mario, thinks that "five years in prison may be a bit too severe for knowingly voting in the wrong precinct. I think several sessions in one of Dick Cheney's waterboards in the middle of City Place might be more appropriate, if she's convicted."

'Devout Republican' from Boca Raton says it's the fault of us evil lefties. "The only thing that's corrupt are the liberals that want to persecute and prosecute a fine American like Ann Coulter. She speaks the unbiased truth, yet is persecuted for her Christian beliefs. While the right stays Right, the left attempts to slander truth and morality. Fortunately, they will find their fate in eternal damnation.

"Pick on the insanely biased, slanted Left like Stewart, Maher and Franken if you want to go after someone. Ann Coulter, like Rush Limbaugh, is fair, open-minded and stands behind her convictions. For that she has the respect of every god-fearing Christian in the greatest country in the world.

"Anyone with half a brain can see that one party seeks fairness and the truth while the other is full of lies and deceit. It doesn't take a genius to tell which is which."


The Powerline mafia in Minnesota must be astroturfing, as there are several posts in a row from Minneapolis (gee, I don't even recall knowing any freepers when I lived there). One says that just because others do it, it's perfectly okay for them. "Somebody should point out how many thousands of people in each state unwittingly vote at the wrong place each election. There is no crime here." The other Powerline Punch drinker throws out the cliched talking points by claiming that "JFK would not recognize the George Soros Michael Moore Democrats of today."

Uhhhh... George Soros? I sure wish someone would tell me what crimes George Soros committed, and why the wingnuts like to put this guy up as the anti-Christ. I mean, sure he has money. But anyone who supports a party propped up by nefarious characters like trust-fund muckraker Richard Scaife, cult leader/Washington Times owner Sun Myung Moon Swiftnut Bob Perry and Amway pyramid schemer Richard DeVos shouldn't cast stones from within the proverbial glass house.

Another person has a suggestion about future roommates, thinking that "she can share a cell with Limbaugh and Foley."

'Patriot' in Delray Beach chimes in with "As a proud Republican I can say, without being accused of being a "liberal Democrat", such behavior is typical of the neo-con scum that run the country."

However, the best line of 'em all comes from 'Who Knew' in Pompano Beach, who exclaims "It's amazing that a man can look that good in a dress." Runner-up is from 'Jerry S', who compliments her 'manhands'.

There's an old saying, "one who lives by the sword dies by it." In other words, it's a concept known as karma. And it couldn't have happened to a nicer person. Perhaps a fitting punishment would be from The Jersey Girls, whome the Queen of Mean refers to as 'witches' and 'harpies' (and who should know better, right) beating her with sticks.


Anonymous said...

The way this blog/article is written is a joke. I only kept ready to count the insults.

There were some facts in there, but most was emotional attacks.

To bad
There is a reason I am a FORMER Democrat. The article is a good example. All complaining and attacking. No new ideas.

ltr said...

Yeah, just like Ann the Man.

This is a blog, you know.

How many insults did you count anyway?

ltr said...

Oh, and if you think I'm cruel, you should see the kinds of stuff your right-wing buddies write.

Richard said...

I think it's hilarious. I love the pix.

I think, however, that mAnn won't be put in the male section (think that part got chopped off, and somewhat better than the adams apple).

I'm hoping that her cellmate will be Laura Ingraham.

Or do talk radio hosts get some sort of exemption from the law that convicted James Tobin?

I hope not. I'd love to see them together forever, or at least for a few years.

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