Tuesday, April 18, 2006

They can dish it out, but they can't take it. Part deux.


Sure, it's all right when Michelle does it. But let's not get carried away, OK?

5 comments:

Wayne said...

It is not OK, when anyone does this, left or right. The "dishing out is wrong".

Anonymous said...

Uh, these protesters put their contact information on their OWN press release. Its their own problem if their actions are drawing responses. If you don't want to be held responsible for what you do, then don't do it.

Procrastinatrix said...

They didn't break any laws, then what do these students have to take responsibility for? They were exercising their democratic right to protest. So you think its acceptable to intimidate people into not exerising their democratic rights? That is more anti-American than not agreeing with this VIOLENT, DEADLY war that has killed THOUSANDS of Americans.

GoodGrief said...

The contact information on a press release is provided for press use, in case reporters have questions. No reporter / journalist / editor would release that information - it's considered unethical. Whoops, forgot, the comments are about Malkin, who could not be considered a reporter, journalist, editor and lately a human. What a comment on her moral, ethical character or lack thereof.
Digby hit the nail on the head, and Ezra Klein's summation is even more damaging. He pities her.

steve said...

Michelle Malkin lives at 19930 Wild Cherry Lane in Germantown, Maryland, 20874. Her telephone number is (301) 515-7601.