Friday, May 11, 2007

Coulter laughs at the law again

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.

Aleister Crowley-

Well, at least if you're a member of the club.
How many felons have actually received that phone call at the last minute; the governor deciding to pardon them or commute their sentence? Probably not many, but then your average felon isn't a member of the race of lizards posing as humans who have taken over the government of the United States.

I have to admit I've been waiting and hoping for the axe to fall on Ann Coulter. Registering to vote using a false address is after all, punishable with jail time and in the state of Florida, so concerned with keeping even ex-felons out of the voting booth, you'd think the letter of the law would be paid attention to. You'd think that a case of voter fraud, with the evidence right there in the ledger books, with the testimony of the poll worker who went on record saying he caught her committing a felony, would at least merit an investigation, but no. After half a year of inquiries being stonewalled by Coulter's lawyer, the allegations have gone away, not because of lack of evidence, but because, as I read in the Palm Beach Post of an unsolicited phone call from the FBI. Supervisory Special Agent Jim Fitzgerald, of the FBI Academy's Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico, Va. seems simply to have told the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections to drop it. They did.

Her excuse, at least the one provided for her, was that she feared using her real address because she was afraid of a stalker. The alleged stalker, arch-
conservative Christian, rabid anti-Coulter blogger Dan Borchers of was interviewed by the FBI nine years ago and was told, he says, to be careful with Coulter since "She hollers stalker at anybody who opposes her." Seems oddly hilarious for someone who not only has made a career of libellous vilification of public figures, but has called for the public to harm them.

Perhaps the strategy now, with the GOP backed into a corner and exposed as the pack of lying, thieving, power mad megalomaniacs they are, is simply to so overload us with outrageous acts that we're simply unable to oppose them, at least until the clock runs out on the Bush team. All we really can do for now is what the truly religious do: suffer quietly and hope for a day of reckoning.


Jim Martin said...

I don't know why Coulter would worry about a stalker finding her address. All the stalker would have to do is hang around outside Fox News for a day or so and she would surely show up.
She's the mouthpiece for the republican party. They're just looking out for the person who most accurately reflects their true beliefs.

Capt. Fogg said...

Oh it's easy to find her at: 242 SEABREEZE AVE, PALM BEACH FL 33480

She has tried hard to have her address hidden in all public sources, but She underestimates the power of computers.

Not that I would suggest stalking her. Catching a glimpse will turn you to stone, after all, but if you'd like to write her a letter or send her something for mother's day - why not?