Yes, the country is divided. Divided between gracious winners and mud-slinging, hypocritical whiners who have nothing else to do now but point to their emotional boo-boos and decry the dirtiness of politics.
January 18, 2009
November 13, 2008
November 7, 2008
As this is currently the “Lead Story” at Emm-Emm dot com, they clearly have nothing better to do. Stoking racial hatred among their readers can only be exciting 75 hours per week.
Moral of this episode: Because I know firsthand that Obama speaks his mind when he goes off-script, he has a somewhat low opinion of the Reagans.
Ronald Reagan deserved what he got and more, hence the welcome ridicule. This is great news for liberals. Obviously.
September 16, 2008
And remember her illiterate and blundering BDS blog posts?
Should be an entertaining tonight if past behavior is any indication.
September 15, 2008
Jill Greenberg disgraced her profession well before The Atlantic hired her.
A simple Google search would have turned up my post…
Oh yes. It’s Michelle Malkin’s world; we just live here. If only The Atlantic had read Michelle’s crack reporting, they wouldn’t be in the precarious situation of having to answer to Michelle Malkin’s well-tempered criticism. A couple related questions:
- Why didn’t McCain’s handlers Google Jill Greenberg? I’m sure they have Blackberries and iPhones.
- Why didn’t Michelle use her Gazoogling skills (We all know they’re beyond those of mortal beings!) to rat out Box Turtle Ben Domenech’s plagiarism, back when he was editing her last book, Unhinged.
September 12, 2008
I doubt highly that Howard Kurtz gives half a shit about what you think.
September 8, 2008
she wonders why she was never offered her own FNC time slot?
In other words: Expect the Hollyweird crowd to continue using every entertainment and gossip outlet available them to tear down the Palin family to salvage their precious Obamessiah. Smell that? It’s the bitter odor of desperation.
It’s so strong.
May 28, 2006
Read Mykeru. All of it.
P.S. I ♥ vulvas.
Update (2006.05.30): If you were to Google “queefing” right now, this post would be the fourth hit. That is all.
May 9, 2006
Malkin defends Bush’s track record of hiring fewer women and minorities than Clinton:
Before Bush took office, no minority had occupied any of the four highest-profile Cabinet positions — attorney general and the secretaries of the Defense, State and Treasury departments. Now, Alberto R. Gonzales, a Hispanic, is attorney general. Condoleezza Rice is the first African American woman to be secretary of state; her predecessor, Colin L. Powell, was the first African American named to that post.
In other words, Bush is an enemy of progress and civil rights because he has appointed too many minorities and women to top Cabinet positions–and not enough to lower, less important jobs!
Let’s put aside for a moment the utter absurdity of calling being a “political appointee” a “lower, less important job.” Lower, less important than State, maybe, but there’s not a lot of “Chief Elephant Sperm Collectors” being appointed by President Bush. Malkin is essentially arguing that minorities in the Bush administration are in great shape as long as they had the foresight to be personal friends of the President.
And no, I’m not arguing that Gonzales, Rice, and Powell are some sort of unqualified “affirmative action hires”, so spare me, please. But somehow I doubt there are ten percent fewer qualified minorities and women today than there were during the Clinton administration.
I can’t think of any other explanation for Jeff Bergholz having nailed me so exactly.
I knew that anyone who maintained a blog of this nature had to be a moron, but you exceed my expectations. You’re just another snot-nosed, know-nothing punk who hates Asian women because they don’t want anything to do with ugly little geeks like you.
Stick to Asian porn and your therapy sessions. Real women and real debate are beyond you.
May 4, 2006
This should be the lede on Malkin’s resume:
Story is based on a single source, but every threat must be taken seriously.
I’m sure the Danish cartoonists will sleep more soundly knowing you’re on top of things.
April 30, 2006
In Colbert’s defense, he might not have been playing for laughs. The dissident posture is very important to our friends on the left; if SC had kept things light and wasted his opportunity to speak “truth” to power, they’d have crucified him for it. As it is, the moonbats will be building statues of him tomorrow.
Let me see if I can remember the last time a correspondent’s dinner speaker kept things light. Or refused to speak truth to power.
I don’t remember conservatives excoriating Don Imus:
Thank you very much …um… this is kind of interesting, these don’t appear to be my notes….(you still have the folder I gave you? where did this come from? Well, nobody just leaves stuff like this just layin’ around…
Heh, heh, heh .. let me see if I can see what it says: “S. McDougall called again …says bank needs check and statement; told her both were in mail, ha ha ha. Jesus, she looks stupid in those tank tops. ” I think I’ll just hang on to these.
…[W]hen Cal Ripken broke Lou Gherig’s consecutive game record, the President was at Camden Yards doin’ play by play in the radio with John Miller. Bobby Bonilla hit a double, we all heard the President in his obvious excitement holler “Go Baby!” I remember commenting at the time, I bet that’s not the first time he’s said that.
Remember the Astroturf in the pickup?
Ah, but surely Al Franken, to whom I think at least four moonbat statues have been built already, would never question a Democratic president.
But the White House Correspondent’s Association was afraid of a repeat of the whole [Don] Imus debacle. So the board of governors had a meeting and drew up some groundrules for tonight’s talk. For example, there are a number of subjects I’ve been instructed to avoid.
- specifically Web Hubbell
- Susan Thomases
- either of the McDougals
- I am not to do jokes about any aspect of the President’s personal life.
Except his eating habits. Evidently, sir, you eat quite a lot. And the Correspondents Association seems to think we could have quite of bit of harmless fun with that.
But at least those were funny. Colbert, apparently, wasn’t going for funny. Case in point:
And by these standards, we have set up a fabulous government in Iraq. I believe in pulling yourself up by your own bootstraps. I believe it is possible — I saw this guy do it once in Cirque du Soleil. It was magical. And though I am a committed Christian, I believe that everyone has the right to their own religion, be it Hindu, Jewish or Muslim. I believe our infinite paths to accepting Jesus Christ as your personal savior.
Nope, not funny! Impersonators? FUNNY!
April 14, 2006
Update: Thersites is not quite as polite as I am. And apparently Malkin enabled comments, and I missed it again.
April 7, 2006
My favorite line:
So working crappy jobs for crappy wages is just a cunning plan.
April 5, 2006
If Portland’s leaders don’t want to help defend America, then let Portland defend itself.
MOHAMMED CARTOONS IN PORTLAND
Kudos to KATU-TV for covering Cartoon Jihad, and showing all 12 cartoons, in an excellent piece Pakistan’s ban on blogs who have published the fatwa-inducing artwork.
She likes us again. I’m not sure that’s an improvement.