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Sunday, January 30, 2005

Michelle Malkin's Pettiness and Intellectual Dishonesty

Now, I have read Michelle Malkin's blog for quite some time, and I am continually amazed on how she can take an Internet article on some event, twist it to her point of view, and display such intellectual dishonesty without even the slightest nod to the idea of fairness or a twitch of conscience.

Read this latest load of bullshit from her. She's blasts the French for "partying it up," conveniently mentioning the " wines, baguettes and pate," and the "artist - a painter to keep an illustrated record of the trip," while completely ignoring the rest of the article, which so happens to illustrate the goodwill provided by the French:

The 1,000 or so French sailors and soldiers arrived in Aceh province on the island's northern tip two weeks ago. Their 11 helicopters and two C-160 cargo planes are airlifting rice and tents to isolated villages devastated by the Dec. 26 earthquake-generated waves, which killed at least 145,000 people in Asia and Africa.

Foreign Legionnaires are clearing debris left by the waves, rebuilding schools in Maleuboh and occasionally extinguishing fires that flare.

French doctors are treating the sick and vaccinating as many as 10,000 Acehnese children against measles. Many of those children had never been immunized against disease.

"The children are smiling again. This is a good sign," said Maj. Francois Masse, a veteran pilot of French relief work in Bosnia, Kosovo and Chad.

Although media attention has focused on the U.S. contribution, particularly by the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and its battle group, aid officials say the French and other forces are playing an equally important role.

"(The French) increase our capacity to move loads into some areas where roads have yet to be reconstructed. Trucks cannot reach these areas," said Daniel Augstburger, head of the U.N.'s relief work on Sumatra's western coast.

You are absolutely pathetic, Michelle.

Get off of your freakin' high horse and be fair, for once.

If your questionable conscience can allow it.