Dec 18, 2013
Conservatives recognize the universal truth of the axiom, “Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Our Founding Fathers understood this and devised the form of government we inherited from them with that in mind. Limited government, enumerated powers, competing factions – all designed to prevent one individual or group from seizing too much power. That system has endured for centuries, but has become corrupted by various power grabs and the expansion of power concentrated in the hands of a few people in Washington, D.C.
Power corrupts. Ann Coulter is particularly prone to its effects. She pursues power with passion (see several chapters in Vanity: Ann Coulter’s Quest for Glory), just as she seeks control over every aspect of her life, of her relationships, and of the world around her – including national politics. Moreover, her arrogance – her sense of superiority and belief that she knows better than anyone else (see Never Trust Ann Coulter – at ANY Age) – compels her to misuse her power and exert control over other people, irrespective of their wishes or needs.
That combination – corrupt power, compulsive control, and unbridled arrogance – makes Ann Coulter a very dangerous person.
by Daniel Borchers
here is a link to Dan's website CoulterWatch