I kid you not.
In the National Review today, America’s Hypocrite, Michelle Malkin (who earlier this month had a hysterical hyperventilation over a hyphenated America,) penned a column titled, “The National Association for the Advancement of Coddled People,” saying, (appallingly,) “blaming whitey will no longer cut it.”
Can you believe the gall? Can you believe the bigotry? Can you believe the arrogance?
Feeling just the slightest bit threatened, Malkin felt the need to blast one of America’s oldest civil rights institutions (Malkin doesn’t care much for the ACLU, either.) Given Malkin’s propensity to use her self-coined term, “RAAAAACIST,” one can hardly imagine what took her so long anyway.
“In just a few short decades, the stalwart strivers for equality have turned into coddled whiners for hypersensitivity. The NAACP is a laughingstock. The group no longer represents the best interests of oppressed minorities, but the thin-skinned whims of the black elite and the ravenous appetite of the Nanny State. Establishment civil-rights leaders now use their once-compelling moral authority to hector, bully, and shake down corporate and political targets.”
Malkin accuses the NAACP of taking a page out of her own book:
“NAACP leaders introduced a much-hyped resolution at their annual convention this week attacking the nation’s biggest racial bogeyman: the tea-party movement. It’s a tried-and-true tactic of worn-out grievance-mongers: When you can’t find evil enough enemies to blame for your problems, manufacture them.”
“Addressing the convention on Monday, first lady Michelle Obama urged NAACP mau-mau-ers to “increase” their “intensity.” She’s a pro at employing intense accusations of racial oppression as a defense against criticism and milking the victim-ocracy for all it’s worth.”
Of course, Malkin finishes with this:
‘It’s a black-hole bonanza. Cue the distraction: RAAAACIST!”
Yes, Michelle, you certainly are. And a disgusting one at that.
It still scares me that you are raising children.
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