Yes indeed. Ann Coulter was persecuted as she fought a public battle to truly portray how rotten Edwards was, way before the Enquire exposed him. This Edwards story in particular defined him in all of his sanctimonius ... and chilling ... phoniness ....
"(Kerry) was even queasier about Edwards after they met. Edwards had told Kerry he was going to share a story with him that he'd never told anyone else -- that after his son Wade had been killed, he climbed onto the slab at the funeral home, laid there and hugged his body, and promised that he'd do all he could to make life better for people, to live up to Wade's ideals of service. Kerry was stunned, not moved, because, as he told me later, Edwards had recounted the same exact story to him, almost in the exact same words, a year or two before -- and with the same preface, that he'd never shared the memory with anyone else. Kerry said he found it chilling, and he decided he couldn't pick Edwards unless he met with him again."
>> Ann Coulter was persecuted as she fought a public battle to truly portray how rotten Edwards was <<
Word to the wise: Ann Coulter is now a non-person as far as FR is concerned. I hope you don’t get zotted for giving her a favorable mention.