Oh, I don't agree with every syllable of his essay, but his big points are the right point. There's a lot I like about Coulter. She's had the guts to say a lot of what really needs to be said, and has said it well. And, unlike most GOP "leaders"—is that getting to be an oxymoron?—she stands behind what she says and defends it heartily.
Unfortunately, that also applies to things she says that she just shouldn't have said. Like this one.
Consider these wise words:
All the worthwhile things Coulter says are devalued when she says stupid things and won't back down. Yes, the media treatment of Coulter (and all conservatives) is unfair. Yes, they're stinking, foul hypocrites, winking at comparisons of President Bush to Hitler, and public wishes that he and Vice President Cheney were assassinated or otherwise dead, while rising in sanctimonious outrage at this passing asininity.
There is one who speaks rashly, like a piercing sword;
but the tongue of the wise [brings] healing. (Proverbs 12:18)
The tongue of the wise makes knowledge attractive,
but the mouth of fools blurts out foolishness. (Proverbs 15:2; both
But their rank idiocy doesn't make her rank idiocy okay. It just means that one of their most trenchant critics has shot herself in the foot... and appears to be reloading, when she should be reconsidering.