Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Michelle Malkin: "THE GRIEF PIMPS"

More crap from this idiot and her readers on Cindy Sheehan. One comment in particular struck me as strange:

She admitted she was AGAINST the war BEFORE her son died.

What?!?!??! The gall of this woman, to be against the war. And even before her son got killed in it, where does she get the nerve?

Seriously, though, if that's the best they can come up with then that's pretty sad. Also, how does this argument fit in with their last argument that she supported Bush when she met with him before and only flip-flopped (read: changed her mind) after being bought by all the anti-war groups? These two arguments seem to conflict with each other. If she was against the war before her son was killed, she probably wouldn't have supported Bush when she firts met with him. And anyway, neither of those arguments says anything bad about her or has an relevance to the present and what she might feel now. What a bunch of idiots. I understand that they disagree with her, but this would seem to be a good issue to just agree to disagree, because bad-mouting a mother who lost her son (especially when you have to take things out of context to do it) just makes you look like a real asshole.

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9 comments:

Robert Bayn said...

This president in the least bit, needs to at least talk with this woman, her son died, he owes it to her.

Chris Howard said...

Michelle Malkin is almost as bad as Ann Coulter. Maybe worse because where Coulter is so over the top that it's easy to see her nutiness, Malkin pretends that she's got rational positions.

I'm sure there are many families of dead soldiers who support Bush 100%, but I'm not going to trash them. I think they're misguided, but that doesn't mean they should be reviled.

Me4Prez said...

She is trying to use the Kerry technique. She was against the war before she was for it before she was against it

Shakespeare's Sister said...

because bad-mouting a mother who lost her son (especially when you have to take things out of context to do it) just makes you look like a real asshole.

I can't even imagine how truly devoid of a soul one has to be to criticize Cindy Sheehan. Plenty of us think the war is a travesty; you don't see us criticizing dead soldiers' parents who continue to support Bush.

Always Sourced, Never Disputed said...

I, the self appointed voice of conservatives, say nonsense. We would never decry a relative(s) their right to grieve for a fallen child in any manner within the confines of the Constitution and reasonable prudence (ie not impeding vehicular traffic).

Whether she approved of war or not and when is frankly not relevant.

She lost a child.

Me4Prez said...

You should talk to the people who speak for conservatives on TV and radio then

cruelanimal said...

Just once...I'd like to see Bush express sorrow for fallen soldiers with a trace of sincerity. Instead, every expression sounds strip-mined of grief and has the same tone as comments like You forgot Poland! and Got wood? His vacuum core is why he hides behind pre-screened audiences and hollow gestures like today's eventless photo op. If he actually took real questions from real people, even drones braindead from catapulted propaganda might see there's no there there.

Always Sourced, Never Disputed said...

"You should talk to the people who speak for conservatives on TV and radio then"

I'll tell you what you fund me and I'll start my own radio show.

For liberals sometimes you all are more rigid than the conservatives you criticize. I am speaking toungue and cheek and refering to the conservatives that are real people not entertainers.

What I said yesterday after noon was virtually identical to what Bush said last night. The media is the one making this political.

bushmeister0 said...

Calling mothers of dead soldiers names isn’t helping Bush’s cause. (Please, continue!)

The problem for these douche bags is they are losing the argument, and try as they might, they can’t fight a pissed off mom camped out in front of Bush’s vacation ranch.

The advocates of war, pestilence and famine, are losing their appeal.

Malkin is known as the "asian Ann Coulter, " but she's so far out there she thinks the internemt of Japanese American's in WWII was a good idea. She is not only self hating but totally despicable!

http://imnotworthy.blogspot.com/2004/11/korematsu-all-over-again.html

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