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The Filth Factor: Malkin Stalkin' Children to Defame Der Leader's Critics
Tuesday, 09 October 2007 10:00
by Chris Floyd

Check out this ThinkProgress post on the smear assault launched by the Brownshirtosphere against a 12-year-old child and his family for daring to criticize the "Unitary Executive's" heartless health policies. As TP notes, the usual suspects have piled on Graeme Frost, whose story was featured in a Democratic radio address two weeks ago in an effort to head off Bush's slashing of the Children's Health Insurance Program. TP finds Powerline, the war pornographers at the Weekly Standard, the genocidal Glenn "More Rubble, Less Trouble" Reynolds, the National Review and other bottom feeders trying to dig up dirt on the Frost family, to discredit young Graeme's testimony.

But the worst of this baying pack of hyenas has to be Michelle Malkin, who, not content with mere character assassination, literally stalked the Frost family, showing up at the father's place of business to ask questions about the family's background, and creeping around outside the Frost family home, sinisterly noting the "01-20-09" stickers on the front door and the family car. This is, of course, the secret code for the Islamocommunist resistance to Der Leader -- a reference to the tragic day when He is due to step down from office. (Although surely God will send another terrorist attack so we can evoke "national emergency" powers and keep Our Father with us!)*

I don't really have much more to say about this filth. ThinkProgress has the link so you can read Malkin's vomitous mass yourself. I can only repeat what I said in a message to a friend about the Brownshirtosphere's actions: "To think that I've lived long enough to see scum like this crawl out from under their rocks and get a national platform. Sickening."

*Note: Of course, Malkin shows her usual ignorance with her oh-so-scary reference to "01-20-09." Real dissidents aren't looking forward to the end of Bush's official term; they demand his ouster and prosecution right now.
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Jayne said:

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lose their home
Malkin talks considerably about how they should have an "asset assessment" for families like the Frosts. Does she expect the family to lose their home in order to pay for health care?
 
October 10, 2007
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Lilly said:

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Most likely, Jane. It certainly wouldn't be the first time I've heard a right winger comment on how they family should sell their home, the rest of whatever they have and get numerous jobs so that the precious tax dollars don't have to be used to help children ... more billions left for this unnecessary war and all, I guess.
 
October 10, 2007
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boomer said:

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well....
If anyone actually paid attention to the story they would know that the Frost family actually was covered by the SCHIPS program and did have insurance. Although I would like to know why a family who makes much more money that I do (yes, I pay for my own families insurance) has to take part of my paycheck to get insurance.
 
October 11, 2007
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Bill said:

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Typical
Typical "Progressive" reaction to their assertions being examined under a microscope: no substance, no addressing the facts, but plenty of name calling, ad hominem attacks, and emotional appeals.
 
October 11, 2007
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RICK IN KY said:

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MASTER OF ARMS
Michelle is hot! And filipino's have small, tight you know whats.
 
October 11, 2007
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Del Simmons said:

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Boomer, how dare you!!
Stop using that logic and reason here, boomer! You're just going to confuse the muddled masses that swallow this tripe..

Don't you know health insurance should be free for anyone that isn't a millionaire? Sheez!

;-)

Everyone with a house worth only a half million or less should be on the government docket, shouldn't they?

DOH!
 
October 11, 2007
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Craig Harrison said:

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I also make less than the Frosts; a lot less. Why should my tax dollars go to support them when I need money so I can have a family? Like many people they make decisions about whether to insure or not. Nobody likes to pay for their medical care. I also don't like to pay for THEIR medical care. Right on to whoever uncovered this scam!
 
October 11, 2007
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