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Thursday, August 10, 2006 | 10:29 PM

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Dear Ms. Coulter:
I have just come across your racist derogatory statement with regard to California Rep. Maxine Waters being a beneficiary of affirmative action and as a result was able to get a job that didn't require wearing a hat. Well, now that I think about it, you are probably right. This only proves that affirmative action works because the congresswoman is doing an excellent job on connecting with the American people. Affirmative action worked for Maxine Waters just like it worked for me. Like Ms. Waters I am an African-American who also benefited from affirmative action to such a degree that I don't have to wear a hat either. I also don't have to spend my life in prison where so many of your ilk are driving my brethren by denying them an equal opportunity. By the way you forgot to mention that your partisans Clarence Thomas and Ward Connerly were also beneficiaries of a set aside program just like George W. Bush.
I notice that you share the same character trait as Bill O'reilly and Rush Limbaugh. You and Michelle Malkin will NEVER make these outlandish statements in front of a guest that has an opposing point of view. You and Limbaugh are always protected, you NEVER are seen on television with a political adversary. There is a word for that COWARDICE! O'reilly and Hannity have tantrums and do not permit those with opposite points of view to speak by screaming over them, but at least they have the courage to sit next to someone with a different perspective on their programs. NBC gave you eight uninterrupted minutes. I would just love to see you face to face with Rep. Maxine Waters, or Noam Chomsky or Michael Moore. but I will never see that because you are afraid. Claude Chaney


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