Saturday, May 27, 2006

Infidel Babe Of The Week

Michelle Malkin!

Ok, look, Michelle seems like, kind of, a modest chick, so I gotta keep this tame (meaning "only in our dreams, guys"). But, you all know what I mean, right?

Say you're watching Fox News and they're interviewing some liberal hack, and then, they bring on Michelle, and she lets loose into one of her polysyllabic diatribes, a veritable locomotive onslaught of verbal violence.

Tell the truth, now. You don't just sit there and quietly think to yourself, "Go get 'em, Michelle. Fuck up that leftie."


You're thinking, "Wow, I wonder if Michelle brings her considerable skills in the art of humilation with her when she enters into the den of love?" It would seem that Ms. Malkin would be quite the dynamo, and that the repertoire of such a woman would include the whole spectrum of human feeling, from delectation to tribulation.

But, of course, we are not supposed to go there. That is for Michelle's husband alone to know, and none of us ever to find out.

So, we are left to wonder. And, oh, how we wonder, and wait for her next appearence on Fox.

Well, actually, we no longer have to wait, because, now, you can get the Michelle experience daily at her new site, the ever so appropriately-named, Hot Air.


Stogie said...

Michelle Malkin is a living doll. Like Ann Coulter, her beauty is a pleasant mask for the tiger that resides inside. I'm just glad she's on our side.

Pastorius said...

Coulter is a bit too sinewy for me, both in physique and content.

Thomas von der Trave said...

I have to say I agree with Pastorious: Coulter kann mir gestohlen bleiben. Anorexia just doesn't do it for me, nor does the constant un-American belaboring of the word "traitor"...

Pastorius said...

Yeah, I forgot to mention that.

Stogie said...

Well I realize you guys are recovering Democrats so I will cut you some slack. As for the use of the word traitor, to me it seems quite apt for the party of Jackasses - you know, the guys who root for the other side, publish pro-terrorist propanda and military secrets and liken the terrorist to "freedom fighters."

As for Coulter being anorexic, Cato, I think you are describing your brain.

Thomas von der Trave said...

Stogie, my dear, I am not the man to criticize others for their bizarre sexual tastes. If the prospect of imminent physical harm from stabbing or slicing turns you on, then pointy-boned, coltish Coulter may be just the ticket. I find it frightening and therefore there's something wrong with my brain?

Whatever. I simply prefer women. No apologies for that.

As for the whole "traitor" thing, I am one of those freaks who took the Voltairean dictum about staying out of the way of people who wish to make asses of themselves and defending to the death their right to do so quite seriously. If moral morons want to appease and apologize for Islam, that is their perfect right and - here's the point - calling them traitors adds nothing to the debate. Because: words have meaning. It suffices, in my eyes, to pillory, mock, deride and excoriate fools. It's fun, too. But if you call someone a traitor as one of your major rhetorical trumps, it actually implies that they should be put on trial and if found guilty subject to the appropriate penalty. I don't think that is to the point or particularly edifying in our situation. To the extent that we can preserve our freedoms and act to defend our interests with satire and scorn, those would seem to me preferable to flinging about words that really only make you look a) pseudo-tough and therefore in fact weak or b) undifferentiated, troglodytic and potentially fascistic, i.e. an opponent of the freedoms that I am interested in defending.

If the only way we can defend those freedoms is by abolishing them, then we've lost already, have we not?

This does NOT mean being polite to idiots like Cindy Sheehan. I just think there are better and far more effective ways of bottling up their nonsense and neutralizing their insidious and destructive tomfoolery than by impotent rage-addled swinging of the treason cudgel.

Pastorius said...

I didn't mean to start anything malicious here, I was simply saying she's not my type. I do think she goes overboard in her rhetoric.

On the other hand, she is very smart, and I understand her writing works on the line between real scholarly work and satire.

She is usually brilliant at pulling it off, but sometimes, in my opinion, she screws up with disastrous results.

I don't fault anyone for liking her thuogh.

Thomas von der Trave said...

Anonymous, and what I'm saying is, if that's the case, man up and bring it, legally. Swinging the treason mace as a mere rhetorical trope may be fun but it's about as imposing as a strap-on on a mannequin.

If our fearless leaders ever find the stones to declare a war with honesty and forthrightness, something I could truly get behind, then I'm certain we could find, prosecute and appropriately punish numerous well-meaning or malicious traitors for giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Under the present let's-pretend dispensation, I don't see where we have a legal leg to stand on, or even a moral one. By all means mock and deride and neutralize these folks, but continually bandying the T-word about in Coulterish fashion is an exercise in blustery impotence and does nothing to further any cause that I can see.

My entirely unhumble opinion.

AB5SY said...

Keeping it on topic, do you see the way Michelle is looking at me? I think she wants me.......

Pastorius said...

It's about time someone got back around to the topic of this post.

Yeah, I see that ab5sy. Dang, dude, I'm jealous.

Thomas von der Trave said...

AB5SY, I hate being disabused and brought up short like that, dammit.

Thought it was me she was looking at.

Grant: If there are actual, legally culpable traitors out there someone should step up and lodge a complaint and see if it can be made to stick. As far as I know it isn't the sole purview of the Executive to bring actions for treason or similar transgressions. A concerned member of the Legislative surely would have standing to initiate proceedings, no?

I'm even wondering if a private citizen with an eloquent counsel couldn't make an action at least worthy of a grand jury's time.

Anyone know?

Kiddo said...

Hey, I'm all for Malkin AND Coulter, but I'm also all for VICTOR DAVIS HANSON!!!! WHy is Rutger still up?

Hey hey, hello?!?