Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Bimbo Talk Show Host of the Week: Michelle Malkin

"The 9/10 crowd stubbornly refuses to connect the dots to see any connection at all between 9/11 and the Iraq war. But it is all of a piece, and the troops who joined the military after the terrorist attacks and volunteered to go back again and again see it clearly. ... “Kill them over there so they don’t kill us over here” isn’t just an empty slogan for them. They live and die for it. For their children and ours. In Iraq and around the world."

- Michelle Malkin

I certainly hope Michelle Malkin was educated abroad because, as poor as the US public schools can be, they still don't need the likes of her on their conscience. Can you imagine how demoralizing it must be to have been one of her teachers only to see her grow up to become a mercenary, lying Bimbo Talk Show Host?

The above quote is taken from Ms. Malkin's blog post in remembrance of 9/11. Obviously, she thinks it is appropriate to use the anniversary on which nearly three thousands died as no more than a platform for restating the Bush-Cheney lie that Iraq was somehow behind 9/11. Ms. Malkin is disconnected from any decent feelings and sentiments.

Even one of her fellow Bimbo Talk Show Hosts has nothing but contempt for her. Geraldo Rivera said in the September 1st Boston Globe, "Michelle Malkin is the most vile, hateful commentator I've ever met in my life."

The anniversary of 9/11 should be a time when we come together in recognition of -- not the things that divide us -- but the values that unite us. It need not be a time when unscrupulous people spread lies for political gain. We should speak out against anyone who attempts to make political capital out of the day, least they turn a day of remembrance into an obscenity.


amuirin said...

In the last year I have read several blog posts on the subject of Michelle Malkin.

Not one of them was positive. She seems to disgust people across the board.

Paul said...

I'm sure she has her supporters, but I sure haven't happened across any of them. I suspect one must go actively looking for them to find any.