Wednesday, April 19, 2006

In Support of The First Amendment (and Michelle Malkin)

The First Amendment protects the speaker but the real benefit is to his audience. Juvenile punks at the University of California Santa Cruz denied other students truthful, relevant information about their careers by driving military recruiters away. Now the moonbats are portraying the neo-fascist thugs as victims because Michele Malkin called them on it.

1 Comments:

Anonymous themole said...

The anti-racist One People's Project website has released her details which the say are publically available on the Internet.

Someone took it a step further and used live.windows.com and yahoo maps to do a Graphic.



Payback's a bitch eh'
Malkin?

Her refusal to remove these kids contact information was not from conviction, but from revenue. Every journalist in the world knows that contact information on a press release is for journalists to call for more information or interviews, not to be published (or even pointed out) in the publication itself. If she were any kind of ethical person she would have pulled the information when asked.
If she were something resembling a human being with "feelings", she would not have republished the information once the students themselves removed it. Michelle is a vicious, vindictive, venomous egoist with no discernible ethics nor even a shred of human decency. If she wants to be The Minority Woman Who Believes Minorities and Women Suck, that's her right. But she should at least have the integrity to acknowledge that she has done wrong and to stop compounding the wrong. And she should not give us that disingenuous crap about how she doesn't condone death threats and nobody should misuse her posting and reposting of personal information.

Thu Apr 20, 03:30:00 AM  

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