Ann Coulter Calls Tom DeLay an “incredibly honorable man.”
Reported by Ellen - April 5, 2006
Ann Coulter, currently under investigation for having possibly committed a felony for misstating her legal residence when she registered to vote, then trying to vote in the wrong district, didn’t strike me as the best candidate to be defending Tom DeLay’s ethics (or anyone else’s, for that matter) last night (4/4/06) on Hannity & Colmes but maybe they couldn’t find anyone else.
Several times, the glassy-eyed and giddy Coulter called Delay “incredibly honorable” and that "no one’s concerned" about the prosecution against him. Comment: Nobody except the voters, that is, but truth in voting is obviously not Coulter’s strong point.
Sean Hannity insisted several times that DeLay was indicted "for a non-existent crime." Yes, it's that little non-existent crime called MONEY LAUNDERING, Sean.
The FOXNews.com article on DeLay's resignation proves Hannity and Coulter wrong in its opening sentence: "Facing money laundering charges and a tough re-election in November, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay announced Tuesday he will not run for office again and not finish his current term."
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