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Did Ann Coulter Admit To Commiting Voter And Tax Fraud On Hannity & Colmes?

Reported by Ellen - June 8, 2006

Tuesday night (6/6/06), Ann Coulter gave an astonishing defense for the allegations that she committed voter fraud by registering at a false address in Palm Beach County, Florida: That she really lives in New York.

The surprising comment came when Alan Colmes confronted her about the allegations of voter fraud. As reported by Marie Therese, who was kind enough to sub for me that night, the middle-aged Coulter gave this “mature” response. “I think that syphilis has gone to their brains.” To quote further from Marie Therese’s post, “(Coulter) refused to answer direct questions, hiding behind claims that this would let her "stalkers" know her address. She did, however, say, directly, "I live in New York" and then denied receiving a registered letter from Mr. Anderson's office.”

As Brad Blog has reported, Ann Coulter is registered to vote in Florida, albeit at an address that seems to belong to her realtor, rather than to Coulter’s own home there. So if she really lives in New York, that seems an outright admission of voter fraud. Coulter’s Florida addresses – the registered address and the “real” address – seem to be a matter of public record. They are both posted on Brad Blog. So Coulter’s stated concern about stalkers being able to find out her address seems disingenuous.

But wait, there's more. Coulter may have admitted to a violation of Florida tax law as well. According to Brad Blog, Coulter took a $25,000 homestead exemption -- according to the Palm Beach County Appraisers office -- on the $1.3 million dollar crib in Palm Beach County which she purchased in March of last year. The Florida homestead law states: Every person who has legal title to a residential property and lives there permanently qualifies for this exemption. You must be a permanent resident of Florida on January 1 of the initial application year.

Looks like “Christian” Ann Coulter may have some un-Christian behavior to account for.

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