He makes many good points, but I especially liked this section:
...[Coulter] adds the irrelevant point that mandates are constitutional when enacted by states rather than by the federal government. This is true enough, but it misses what should be an obvious point. Health care consumers are less concerned with constitutional nuances relating to federal versus state powers than with the reality that they will be forced to buy insurance whether they wish to or not. That the mandate was passed by a state legislature rather than Congress will not render voters less inclined to resent such government interference in their private transactions.(Read the full text of "Who Castrated Ann Coulter?")
The debate should be about protecting individual rights, not which level of government is best suited to violating them. Catron does a nice job exposing Coulter's many inconsistencies.