The other day, Coulter displayed the careful fact checking which has made her a household name. Chris Matthews didn't even notice:
On the July 27 edition of MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews, in addition to asserting that former Vice President Al Gore is a "total fag" and suggesting that the American people would like to see the U.N. headquarters bombed, right-wing pundit Ann Coulter also pronounced herself "in awe of the voters of South Carolina" -- a pronouncement that might be true, if by "Carolina," she meant "Dakota," and if by "in awe of," she meant "disgusted with." Coulter was erroneously crediting activists who oppose abortion rights with garnering enough public support to place an abortion ban on the ballot. In fact, it was supporters -- not opponents -- of abortion rights in South Dakota -- not Carolina -- who placed a measure on the November ballot that would allow voters to uphold or strike down a state law banning most abortions.
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