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March 22, 2005

This just in: Google still stupid!

Michelle Malkin comments on Google's continued stupidity. This time they've listed a Neo-Nazi website as a “news source” while still blocking blogs such as Little Green Footballs and Michelle Malkin. 

also on: Blogs for Bush, Little Green Footballs

(Note: the term Neo-Nazi is usually meant to refer to modern day Nazis. A new term will have to be coined for pro-death Liberals who are opening the door to Nazi-like exterminations of those they deem “unfit”. Maybe neo-neo-nazis?)

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 22, 2005 08:54 AM

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So they picked one racist (the neo-Nazis) over another (Malkin). Big deal.

Posted by: Greg at March 23, 2005 05:31 AM

It's so easy to toss that accusation rather than actually thinking, isn't it.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at March 23, 2005 06:39 AM

Just as much thinking as it takes to say "pro-death liberal".

As far as I know, there's no Democrats out there trying to weed out the "unfit". Liberals argue that this is a personal family matter, to be dealt with in courts if need be. It's an abuse of power for Congress to intervene in a clearly judicial matter. What's next? Overruling cours in other cases? Could they overturn a decision against a nefarious employer?

I argue, therefore, that it's the conservatives who are opening the door for Communist-like supreme command of the state in private matters.

But there's lots of evidence of Malkin's racism. Actually, I take that back. It's not necessarily racism as much as it's xenophobia, but xenophobia isn't harsh enough of a word for her. Of course, that's an affliction that many on the right suffer from.

Posted by: Greg at March 23, 2005 12:44 PM

Arguing that an adulterous husband should be allowed to torture his wife to death over the objections of every single one of her blood relatives is a really strange way of "leaving it to the family" But it is a cushy rationalization for snuffing out the unfit.

Michelle Malkin happens to be an honest person who's done a thorough job of studying the history of the internment issue. She stepped on some Liberal revisionist toes and thus she's labeled a racist. Odd that the race she's accused of fearing/hating is her own. But then logic is rarely something Liberals have much use for.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at March 23, 2005 02:19 PM

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