To fill space in her column until she gets to her core attack, Ms. Coulter trots out the standard complaints against soccer -- it's boring, it goes on too long, there isn't enough scoring, it can end in a tie. That stuff is easy to rebuff. Sure, the frequent lack of a final result is annoying, but, if it's low scores and tedium you are looking for, sit through an average major league baseball game. And going on too long? Actually, one of the good things about a soccer game is that it never lasts more than about 95 minutes. A baseball game has no time limit at all. Sixty-minute-long pro football games are stretched to three hours by television ads, penalties, penalty challenges, time outs and that NFL curiosity, the two-minute warning.