Ann Coulter's Light Voting Record
Here's a story for Bob Novak:
According to Lexis-Nexis, Ann Coulter of Connecticut, 12-8-61, has not voted since 1996. The only thing better would have been to discover that she is registered with the Green Party.
Suprising isn't it? Although she has long toed the line between comedy and commentary, according to her rhetoric, one might think that she would participate in the process that would get her the leaders that she believes Americans need.
Perhaps politics is just a game to Coulter. However, it's probably the same with more moderate analysts as well, such as James Carville and Mary Matalin, who are happily married, despite living a lifestyle that consists largely of demonizing each other's opinions and ideology.
If Novak had chosen Coulter's voting status over Plame's CIA status, perhaps he'd be in trouble with FOX, but at least he'd have the government off his back and he'd still be employed by CNN.
It's amazing that Coulter is deemed important enough to speak with conservative United States senators and former mayors: Check it out at Edward Sanders Blog.
On an even less important note, Britney Spears, of Louisiana, is also a registered Republican, and also did not vote in the last election.