Ann Coulter’s felony

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Ann Coulter deliberately voted in the wrong precinct, possibly to avoid filling out a change-of-address form. She apparently committed a third-degree felony (up to a $5,000 fine and five years in jail) and then—as one would expect her to do—lied about it ("No, I don't live in Palm Beach.”) when confronted with the facts. (Here’s the deed to her Palm Beach home, if you’d like to see the proof.)

The best part, for those with a sense of irony, is Coulter's commentary about Florida voters who mis-voted with the 2000 election’s infamous “butterfly ballots:” she called them “stupid” “feeble-minded” “jackasses.”

At least they were smart enough to not lie about where they live.

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This page contains a single entry by cognitivedissident published on February 22, 2006 10:18 AM.

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