Thursday, May 29, 2008

Malkin is crazy. Or, why some regressive pundits should just stick to blowing old guys.

In a bizarre attempt to maintain relevancy(?) we see Michelle Malkin actually talking about a scarf worn by "celebrity chef" Rachael Ray in a Dunkin Donuts ad online and on TV.
In a weird turn of events, DD has pulled the ads. Chickenshits.

Reading the scribblings/ramblings/thoughts(ha!) of the morons that follow said shit-for-brains is even scarier than reading her foolishness. Some of them are so intuitive, that they can tell from Ray's stupid shows that she is a "moonbat". Amazing.

To think that anyone should spend even a nanosecond worrying about a paisley scarf is truly amazing.
I guess when you have been marginalized by the Darwinism of truth, you have to grasp at straws like a fucking mad person.

I suppose the fact that the bulk of the middle class and below in this country are being ground down by the boot heal of the bush economy is not really that important.

Silly regressives.
Trix are for right wing pundits and politicians.
In the mens room stall..


Tom Harper said...

Michelle Malkin -- LOL. I can't believe anyone takes her seriously. Or that anyone could get into a pantytwist over Rachel Ray's scarf. People, there's a world out there.

Americaneocon said...

"Recently Pamela Geller, Charles Johnson and Michelle Malkin pointed out that a new Dunkin' Donuts ad featured Rachael Ray wearing a Palestinian kaffiyeh.

What's wrong with that? People in the Middle East, including Arabic-speaking Christians, wore it long before the establishment of the State of Israel and the invention of the "Palestinian" nationality. But there is no doubt that it has become a symbol of the Palestinian jihad. Charles posts a piece explaining the kaffiyeh as a "symbol of resistance and solidarity with the Palestinian struggle." Michelle Malkin accordingly asks, "It’s just a scarf, the clueless keffiyeh-wearers scoff. Would they say the same of fashion designers who marketed modified Klan-style hoods in Burberry plaid as the next big thing?"

Dunkin' Donuts pulled the ad, causing the company to be named "Worst Persons in the World" by Keith Olbermann...

This is another example of the witless moral equivalence that I devoted a book to refuting last year. It's just stupid rhetorical overheating, but it is worth noting because it distracts from the reality of the global jihad, and that keeps us from defending ourselves against it. If American conservatives really were the "equivalents of jihadists," Keith Olbermann's head would some time ago have been separated from his body. But the obverse is even worse: if jihadists are just like American conservatives, why, then they're just "nutjobs" who "rail against diversity" -- worthy of mockery, but not of serious concern."

- From Robert Spencer.

Mike V. said...

Have any thoughts of your own, or do you just like to go around pasting quotes from other people?

Should we just wait till people that speak out get their heads chopped off?
Is that what this person is saying?

Malkin is a stupid cunt. An irrelevant stupid cunt.

Ricardo said...

Michelle has WAY TOO MUCH time on her hands.