IOKIYAR

I really don’t think Fox News should be doing things like this when their own political analyst, a self-described “constitutional scholar,” is doing stuff like this:

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter has been cleared of allegations that she falsified her Palm Beach County voter’s registration and voted illegally — this, after a high-level FBI agent made unsolicited phone calls to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office to vouch for Coulter.

The caller wasn’t just any G-man. According to PBSO documents, he was Supervisory Special Agent Jim Fitzgerald, of the FBI Academy’s Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico, Va. — the closest reality gets to the serial-killer catchers on CBS’ Criminal Minds.

So why would an FBI profiler who went after the Unabomber take time from his busy day to even think about a municipal election snafu?

Yes, why indeed? Of course, this is no mere “election snafu,” but a third-degree felony. So, who exactly is Supervisory Special Agent Jim Fitzgerald? Would you believe he’s Ann Coulter’s former boyfriend?

You just can’t make this stuff up. Imagine the outcry if a liberal figure like, say, Michael Moore or Jon Stewart or heck, even Martha Stewart got their high-ranking ex to pressure local law enforcement into dropping third-degree felony charges. Oh my, the wailing! The pearl clutching! The gnashing of teeth! I shudder to think of it. But Ann Coulter?

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Remember folks: It’s always OK If You Are Republican.

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9 responses to “IOKIYAR

  1. >Golly! That’d be like drunkenly driving your mistress into the ocean, then leaving her to slowly suffocate to death.Thank God no democrats would do that.

  2. >Imagine how the Democrats might act if one of their own tried something like that. Say the former President, Bill Clinton, had sent all his wife, his Cabinet, leaders of Congress and the Democratic Party, and high-ranking members of his administration to profess his innocence of committing at best sexual harrassment, or at worst possibly lying in court….They’d run the guy out of town forever, wouldn’t they? And his wife would be persona non grata and an object of ridicule, wouldn’t she?

  3. >Or, even worse, like molesting your foster children and legislative pages, under the guise of performing gynecological exams to see if they could be egg donors. Klaudt is not a doctor, and a quick look at his picture shows how creepy this story really is.Thank God Republicans are the party of “moral values.”

  4. >And his wife would be persona non grata and an object of ridicule, wouldn’t she?Why? Was this the first time a wife came to the defense of her husband in a marital affair? I thought the “moral values” people believed in “defending marriage,” even when one spouse has strayed from the marital bed. I thought it was “too easy to get a divorce these days.” Guess if a Democrat wants to keep her marriage together, that’s somehow a no-no? I forgot, no matter what they do, Democrats are ALWAYS wrong. Silly me.I didn’t see anyone calling for Pastor Ted Haggard’s wife to be strung up by her fingernails for standing by her husband.

  5. >I guess Jimma’s relevant after all. All the big guns are out. No W apologist, no W toady currently serving at the pleasure of the President, has chosen to address President Carter’s quite specific criticism. These bastards screwed the pooch and it’s costing everybody that’s not heavily invested in Halliburton. Anybody with a brain knows that the Iran hostage business was a political maneuver by Cheney and Rumsfeld. Jimma could have excoriated his successor, but he chose not to. W, the cleruly stolen election Pretzeldent, earned this disdain. You wanted Reagan, with the disastrous chum of sucking up to Pinochet, you got Alfred E.Neuiman, that read Cliff’s Notes while he’s tearing up the Constitution.I’m pretty sure the morona belittled Carter’s stature. Jimmy served, they had more pressing appointments.Has the admisadministratiom refuted a single thing Carter said about thiur iditic adv?Irrelevant presidentst? How does that Fredo approved signing statement feel up your ass, you morom? Are the thugs coming to the front door when you couldn’t get an appoinyee through the shithouse door?Impeachment may be morally and Constitutionally correct, but I’d rather see this bug squirm. I’m prettty old now, and I watched Nioxn melt like the wicked witch. I want this esecrable turd dragged out and quartered. Impeachmeny don’t get it.enture in seizing orld petroleum suppjy’as relevant after all. All the big guns are out. No W apologist, including you, and no W toady currently serving at the pleasure of the President, has chosen to address President Carter’s quite specific criticism. These bastards screwed the pooch and it’s costing everybody that’s not heavily invested in Halliburton. Anybody with a brain knows that the Iran hostage business was a political maneuver by Cheney and Rumsfeld. Jimma could have excoriated his successor, but he chose not to. W, the clarly stolen election Pretzeldent, earned this disdain. You wanted Reagan, with the disastrous chum of sucking up to Pinochet, you got Alfred E.Neuiman, that read Cliff’s Notes while he’s tearing up the Constitution..

  6. > Jimma could have excoriated his successor, but he chose not to. Yes, and you’d think the Republican’ts would have the class to acknowledge that, but why am I not surprised that this little historical footnote has gone completely ignored by the Reagan worshippers. Well, that’s THEIR bad karma to reap.

  7. >Mrs. Haggard is a bad choice for analogy. So far as I know, she’s never claimed to be a “co-pastor” with her husband, nor tried to stand in his spotlight.A better analogy would be Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. And we know how that turned out….

  8. >So far as I know, she’s never claimed to be a “co-pastor” with her husband, nor tried to stand in his spotlight.That “spotlight” crack is a tad inflammatory, don’t you think? Do you have a problem with women who want to have careers? As it happens, Gayle Alcorn Haggard is a published write and author: A Life Embraced: A Hopeful Guide for the Pastor’s Wife. She and husband Ted also co-wrote From This Day Forward: Making Your Vows Last a Lifetime .Guess that’s not “standing in her husband’s spotlight” then. More IOKIYAR anyone?Face it, your hatred of all things Democratic has led to an appallingly double standard obvious to everyone who hasn’t drunk the Kool Aid.

  9. >That would be like dry-drunkenly launching an idiotic invasion because you didn’t think your dick was as big as dad’s and your mom was a harpy straight out of The Wall, and leaving your country to suffer to slowly suffocate. And, you moron, if you suffocate you die. You don’t suffocate to death. This is like the accounts of the Pork-Faced Satan Who Isn’t Jimmy Johnson. That would be Falwell, and he died because God was fucking fed up with his obnoxious bigoted ass and lamo mail fraud.Goddamn idiot. The assault on the English language is the assault on common decency is the assault on common sense is the assault on the Constitution. Boneheads. Like ass over brains on a Segway, but there are no brains involved. When will people just admit this guy’s a fucking idiot and he’s screwed the pooch so bad it might not be possible to fix things? Rise of the rednecks. And don’t even try it, I’m as Southren as southren gets. And we sure as shit wish Texas was just part of Mexico.