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Four Color Politics

Mainly the Quotes of the Morning, with occasional Other Crap.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Quotes of the Morning: Malkin on Malkin Action

“Just think of it as a tennis match..”

“John Kerry stooped to the lowest of the low with the shameless, invasive line that will be played over and over again on the news in the next 24 hours. . .Um, has John Kerry talked to Dick Cheney's daughter? Has John Edwards? Has Mary Beth Cahill, who called Mary Cheney ‘fair game’ on Fox News Channel after tonight's debate? If they haven't talked to her, they should shut up.”
-October 13, 2004

“Ok, so if you haven’t talked to someone, don’t put words in their mouth. Sounds simple.”

“I can't imagine that Casey Sheehan would approve of such behavior, conduct, and rhetoric.”
-Michelle Malkin, August 11, 2005

“I think it's the journalistic equivalent of dumpster-diving, Steve. And I think there's no excuse for it. There's no defense for it and the New York Times should apologize for it.”
-Michelle Malkin, on investigating the private life of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts, August 5, 2005

“Leave people’s private lives out of the public eye. Sounds easy.”

“Like it or not, the dispute between Cindy Sheehan and some of her family members is news.”
-Michelle Malkin, August 14, 2005

“Well, I do want to emphasize what you said, Bill, which is that losing a child in any situation, whether it's in a war, from an accident or disease, is one of the most painful of human experiences. And Mrs. Sheehan deserves compassion and sympathy.
And apparently, according to the accounts from last year when President Bush met with her, that's exactly what she got. I don't think that anybody should demonize her.”
-Michelle Malkin, August 11, 2005

“Don’t mock the grieving. Sounds basic enough.”

“Mrs. Sheehan, as they say, seems to ‘have issues.’"
-Michelle Malkin, August 8, 2005

“All in all, I think Michelle may just have a few problems with people protesting Fearless Leader’s work. It doesn’t seem all that consistent..”

“Perhaps this is why the mainstream media has ignored the amazing stories of pro-life activists who have been keeping vigil outside Terri Schiavo's hospice--people like Steve and Tony Sakac, the Withey family, and the Anderson sisters who won't ever appear on the front page of the New York Times or Washington Post.
For millions of Americans of faith of all ages, standing up for the sanctity of life is not just an empty slogan--but a deeply-held principle put into action daily. The MSM had ample opportunity to tell the stories of some of the inspiring people who have stood vigil outside Terri Schiavo's hospice. Instead, as they have done throughout this ordeal, they looked the other way.”
-Michelle Malkin, March 27, 2005

“That’s right. Michelle Malkin is a woman who will stand up for what she is told to believe in. This is, of course, a woman of Asian heritage who has written a book in defense of the internment of the Japanese during WWII, so perhaps cognitive dissonance is a permanent state for her. Many thanks to the Talent Show for the Quotes.”


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