Tag Archives: Michelle Malkin

Maybe they could do a warm up round before the next debate?

It devolves further: Now eating their own as Michelle Malkin calls Ann Coulter delusional. Wheeeeee!

Coulter is under the continued delusion that Sarah Palin was the problem with the 2008 ticket and not McCain. Later in the show, when Van Jones floated former Bush Secretary of State Condoleezza Rices name for VP, Coulter snorted again: “Too much like Palin.”

Say what?

Like her love object Chris Christie, Coulter has been taking many open shots at Palin lately.

The usual disconnect

I am watching CNN Live – they are talking to and gushing about an American mining engineer, Jeff Hart. He is the actual drill operator whose team broke through to the miners much faster than it was thought possible. They did a great job. He did a great job. He works for a company called Layne-Christianson who sent Hart to Chile to work the company’s Latin American affiliate, Geotech Boyles Brothers.

I mention this because I see that right now over at Michelle Malkin’s blog that American is ignoring Mr. Hart. (CNN is congratulating him right now.)

Apparently the disgrace is that we were supposed to be celebrating Mr. Hart in verse and song throughout, but we haven’t because he works in an industry Obama doesn’t like. Apparently.

I didn’t know there were rules.

Michelle Malkin doesn’t heart Karl Rove anymore

How does a Republican go from his superhero-of-myth status to RINO? By speaking ill of the Delaware primary winner who will now cost the GOP a Senate seat – one that would have been a certainty with the establishment GOP candidate. And so for Karl Rove – the uber Party man – it’s bye bye and don’t let my boot hit you on the way out. I suppose William F. Buckley is next for the chopping block, dead or not.

From the shrillest of the Fox News babes today (on her influential blog):

I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner Christine O’Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity’s FNC show. Might as well have been Olbermann on MSNBC. The establishment Beltway strategist couldn’t even bother with an obligatory word of congratulations for O’Donnell. He criticized her “character” and “rectitude” and claimed she hadn’t answered questions about her financial woes. She did so here. Rove mocked her security concerns as “nutty.” Yet, her concerns have been more than justified. See here (second video clip).

Rove came across as an effete sore loser instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that he’s supposed to be. Expect more Washington Republicans to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched incumbent friends go down. (Hot Air has the Rove/Hannity video.)

Sorry Karl, you are so yesterday.