Read it and weep!
Ann Coulter went on the "Today" show this morning claiming the world's problems can all be traced back to single mothers.
Guest blogger Single Mom Seeking fires back.
Do you mind if I call you by first name? I wouldn't want to insult you. After all, I'm a single mom and the cause of every societal problem out there today.
It's clear that you've studied us for years, with all those surveys you compiled for your recent book, "Guilty: Liberal 'Victims' and Their Assault on America."
But I'm not sure how many of us you've spoken to in real life?
I just watched your interview on the "Today" show with Matt Lauer. He read your excerpt:
"Look at any societal problem, and it is a problem of single motherhood."
When Lauer referred to your claim as "outrageous," you replied:
"It's not outrageous, it's a fact."
"Do you think that EVERY society problem is due to single mothers?" Lauer asked.
Maybe not every problem, but most. You went on to explain that single moms -- by giving birth to "illegitimate babies... being raised without fathers" -- are responsible for daily murders and rapes, as well as 70% of the men in prison.
Oh, you poor thing.
You must be really suffering since Barack Obama -- who was raised by a single mom -- won our presidential election. It's too bad you can't go back to the days of Dan Quayle, when he attacked "Murphy Brown," the sitcom, for featuring a lead character who decided to become a single mom.
You two would have been quite a pair, with all of your scapegoating of single mothers.
But getting back to the "Today" show ... can I just add I love your black boots? I have a pair of those, too. I love my black boots, don't you?
Single moms do wear black boots, you know. We also love men and family.
You've blamed us for "an endless attack on the nuclear family," but if you took the time to actually talk to us, you'd realize that most of us dream about going "nuclear."
Many of us were married once. Many of us even dream about finding perfect, faultless husbands one day.
In the meantime, we're working for a living, paying the bills, and raising some smart kids. You should come and see us sometime.