Wednesday, August 01, 2007

It's not over

Not until the fat lady sings or the skinny skank is convicted of felony voter fraud. When I wrote last May 12th that the case against her had been dropped after the Palm Beach County Sheriff's office got a call from an FBI agent Ann Coulter had been sleeping with, I was sure it had all gone the way of any case against a Republican insider. But now it seems that perhaps she's not completely off the hook.

The Palm Beach Post reports today that FEC Case No. 07-211 is still alive and well and that Coulter is still under investigation. WPB campaign consultant Richard Giorgio has filed a complaint accusing her of false swearing and fraud to which Giorgio claims to have been an eye witness.
"This was willful. Anyone else would have been prosecuted."

Undoubtedly so and I have to remember how tens of thousands of people were turned away at the polls because they had been falsely added to the Felons list by the Florida Republican Machine. But this is a Red State and the law only applies to little people.

Coulter is refusing to talk. Her lawyer is refusing to talk and according to the Post t
he FEC could impose $2,000 in fines and refer the case to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement or the state attorney's office for criminal prosecution.

So far she's escaped being tried for committing fraud in front of several witnesses, though the evidence is there in black and white. If somehow her money, hired guns and scurrilous lawyers don't manage to get her out of this latest accusation, she will have finally to face
the Florida Elections Commission. Did I mention that all seven members of that body were appointed by Jeb Bush?

Maybe it is over.


Intellectual Insurgent said...

What's Jeb going to do about it?


Capt. Fogg said...

Jeb has moved on to better things. He now has a half a million per year non-job on the board of Tenet Health Care - the company that is having such a hard time cleaning up it's name after being fined nearly a billion dollars for ripping off Medicare and another $80 million for tax fraud.

This is the kind of business made to order for a Bush. Remember serial business failure Neil Bush, who cost the taxpayers another billion back in the 80's.

From top to bottom, the Bush's are America's premier crime family.

Ann the Man Coulter is their friend and nothing is going to happen to her.

Intellectual Insurgent said...

We've always had a corrupt government but, I swear, we are now at the level of corrupt dictatorships. There is no shame anymore; no attempt to hide it.

d.K. said...

Ann will get off scott free. Just look at Scooter Libby, Al Gore III, Rush Limbaugh, etc. The rules only apply to us, the unwashed. But man, what I would pay to see Ann Coulter throw a screaming, "Paris Hilton" fit while being dragged away in handcuffs. A man can dream, can't he?

Capt. Fogg said...

We are a corrupt dictatorship and friend and supplier to other corrupt dictatorships and monarchies. Now we're going to give a large amount of weapons to the Saudi royals so that they can prevent the overthrow of their evil empire.

Really I think if someone threw a bucket of water on Coulter, it would hiss and scream and melt into a puddle. I would give anything to see her in prison.

neogejo said...

Man Coulter should go to jail for shim crimes.
If this were me or any other citizen of this land, we would have to pay time for the crime.
No matter who shim slept with.

Capt. Fogg said...

Although Palm Beach County often votes Democratic, the State Machine wields a lot of power. I don't have a lot of hope, but it would truly be a great thing to see it in orange coveralls picking up trash by the roadside.