Friday, February 18, 2005

In Ann Coulter's Dreams

For two weeks in a row now, Ann Coulter has written about Ward Churchill. This reflects either the prominence she believes he has in the world or the prominence she wishes he had. Whether her obsession is due to a delusion or a hope, though, it indicates how desperate the right is for liberal boogey-men. Lacking prominent left-leaning pundits who are as far out on the wing as Limbaugh, Savage, G. Gordon Liddy, and Coulter herself are out on the right, the right feels compelled to take an obscure professor almost nobody had heard of two weeks ago and prop him up as an exemplar of liberal thought. And this week, while she was at it, she forgot all they taught her in "law school" about the 14th amendment.
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