As the longest running, continuing, commentator to juxtapose Paris Hilton and Ann Coulter* (Hilton Trounces Coulter, December 7, 2005)**, I owe it to you, the readers of Waxing America, to evaluate current efforts to compare these two boney-ass white girls.
From Mike Garibaldi Frick, in the Huffington Post, Ann and Paris: Put Blame Where It's Due
Let's face it, the blame for both Ann Coulter and Paris Hilton's meteoric rise in our culture is you and me.
Rating: Another blatant liberal effort to blame the victim. one star.
Another Huffington Post, Robert L. Borosage, Matthews and Coulter: No Shame
... Need a ratings boost? Focus on Paris Hilton, she's out of control. Ship in Ann Coulter, she's likely to say something obscene. There are no limits, no shame. OK. But lie in the bed you make.
Rating. Bad start, omitted Hilton from the headline. Maybe Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan are out of control, but not Paris. one star
Capitol Hill Blue, The Paris Hilton of Politics
Ann Coulter is the Paris Hilton of politics, the blonde bimbo liberals love to hate but also one that TV loves to promote because putting her on the air drives up ratings and public debate
Rating: WTF? Ann Coulter is the Paris Hilton of politics? You want to put both names in the same sentence, you got to do better than that. Hilton is not a bimbo. Convict? Yes. But not a bimbo. nada - doesn't get even one star.
Tom Shales, Washington Post Style Columnist: Paris Hilton, Free To Speak Her Mind (Such As It Is)
It was more just guilty guilt -- though Paris Hilton, the subject of the interview seen round the world on CNN last night, kept insisting that she had passed a crossroads in life and is a better person because of it....Matthews was still discussing the Coulter appearance on his show last night. Next to Coulter, Paris Hilton is pure refreshment.
Rating: It would take someone from the Style Section, not the front page or the editorial pages to grasp the significance of this week's events. Snappy headline. three stars.
Exactly what value does Ann Coulter have to the listening audience? She has none! While both are blondes, clearly it is Coulter who is the bimbetee. Oh and at least Paris has more fashion sense and does not wear the same skimpy black dress while on-air that Coulter seems to do.
As much as some are tiring of Paris Hilton escapades and I cannot believe that I am even taking the time to write of her, she (Hilton) is angelic compared to the mean-spirited Ann Coulter. To her credit, Paris Hilton has never shown as much vitriolic haste as Coulter has done and continues to do.
Rating: great heading, despite the preposition at the end of the sentence. MacElveen understands that to effectively slip Coulter the shiv, it is on he playground of fashion, haut couture, and superior femininity, not politics. There are certain aspects of public discourse, starting with knowing when to wear the little black dress, that are best left to women. five stars MacElveen's bio.
*Paris Hilton is young and having fun. Maybe one day she will take over the family foundation, develop a sense of stewardship, and do some good things. It is too late for Coulter. As age and boredom eat away at her youth, she will only find solace in fondling the stained pages of her dusty, faded, outdated, used books. Score: Hilton 1 Coulter 0