Michelle Malkin calls mbecker908 a "stupid Redstate commenter" who posted a "rotten comment" on SCHIP [Annotated]

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[While I am sure that seeing a fight between Michelle Malkin and Red State would no doubt amuse the living heck out of various people, we tossed the previous avatar of this guy for a reason. Play your little games somewhere else, kids. - Moe Lane]

In a post today, Michelle Malkin criticized a liberal Baltimore Sun reporter, for saying that the Frost family was not prepared for comments in conservative blogs such as this one:

"If federal funds were required [they] could die for all I care. Let the parents get second jobs, let their state foot the bill or let them seek help from private charities. ... I would hire a team of PIs and find out exactly how much their parents made and where they spent every nickel. Then I'd do everything possible to destroy their lives with that info."

As it turns out, it was the well-known contributor mbecker who posted that now famous comment.

But the surprise is that the Sun writer was more classy than Michelle Malkin, who had this to say about mbecker and his comment:

Update 11:50am Eastern 10/10.
Here’s the Baltimore Sun’s nutroots-approved follow-up piece on the Frost family, using a single, rotten comment by a stupid RedState commenter to tar all conservative bloggers as hatemongers.

If you are reading this, Ms. Malkin, be more subtle and classy next time, specially when it comes to attacking those who are on your side.

If you are reading this, Ms. Malkin, be more subtle and classy next time, specially when it comes to attacking those who are on your side.

No can do, that is Malkin's shtick.

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Two thirds of the world is covered by water,
the other third is covered by Champ Bailey.

Really - how DARE we question anyone the Dems trot out to spread the Big Smear? I mean, haven't we heard about "absolute moral authority?" and learned to govern ourselves accordingly?

The simple fact is that we, as taxpayers, subsidize the "intermittent work" and private school and home equity that the Frosts are so unfortunate to be a part of, while my three children go to public school, both my wife and I work (she part time in order to care for our children when they are out of work), and I eat a lot of crap on my current job in order to keep the excellent health care benefits that we have.

I wish I had blogged on this before mbecker - the Sun would have had some REALLY juicy comments about exactly what I think of the poor, unfortunate Frosts.

The left always trots out the sacred victims who can't be questioned. The MSM then lines up right behind them. The only thing rotten about his comment is he made it before I did.

Enough, if "Ordinary People" want to be shills in the game let em take the consequences.
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"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

I be your agent & PR flack?

For the right price, I can shed any residual ethics. My role model would be Bebe Glaser from the "Frazier" show!

It's the one Pejman would be most likely to notice. ;-)

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CongressCritter™: Never have so few felt like they were owed so much by so many for so little.

I see a radio show in Becker's future.

Ask not what I can do for my country, ask what my country can do for me. Washington Elected Elite

to a position in Franz' administration. As of now, The Prince is considering me for one of the following:

** Chief of Staff.
** Relationship Coordinator with Congress.
** Press Secretary.
** Groundskeeper (I get to pick up dog doodie on the WH grounds)

I don't think I'll get the Chief of Staff job, he's just teasing me. And I think I'll get the Groundskeeper job in addition to another. As of our last discussion he seems to think - and I can't disagree - that a bag of fresh doggie doodie would be an important tool when dealing with either Congress or the press.
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CongressCritter™: Never have so few felt like they were owed so much by so many for so little.

Or in view of your escalating fame in the health arena- Surgeon General.

(Then your son would have to call you "Sir"?)

 
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