Yesterday, Coulter tweeted that Santa is still white, posting a photo as proof. In the past, she has extolled white supremacy, and she continues to do so – with a fictional character. Coulter’s racism is well documented (see chapter four of Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory and chapter ten of The Gospel According to Ann Coulter).
Even though Coulter’s last book, Mugged, dealt brilliantly with race – detailing the Party of Lincoln’s history of promoting freedom for all – Coulter, time and time again, views life through the prisms of race and class. Coulter takes pride in being white and in being an elite.
Conservatives, on the other hand, agree with the Declaration of Independence, that all men are created equal. We believe in equality before God. We believe in liberty and justice for all. We uphold Rev. King’s pronouncement that character, not race, is what matters. We eschew racial quotas and race-norming as ineffective societal correctives because they actually deny the inherent, God-given equality of mankind, which was created in God’s image. We seebeyond race because it is truly the person within that matters.
For all her research into race relations, Coulter misses the heart of the matter because, in her heart, she can’t help but make race and class distinctions. It is a part of who she is.
by Daniel Borchers
here is a link to Dan's website CoulterWatch.com