Stalwart conservative Michelle Malkin is the luckiest lady in the world. She gets to spend all day in front of her pc typing terrible facist opinions about crucial issues affecting America like Rachel Ray's secret Islamofascism and twelve year old Graeme Frost with his socialist demands for free healthcare. Her vile opinions are so important that she actually gets paid to write them down. Only in America, right?
This week poor Michelle had another issue thrust upon her that she was forced to address. It's something new that has been labeled "sexism". It is a term that's been newly invented to describe the awful liberal media's unwarranted scrutiny of Sarah "Barracuda" Palin, because of her womanhood.
For instance, can you believe the goddamn liberal media has the gall to mention that Sarah is an Evangelical nutbag with fucked up beliefs? Or that Sarah Palin's Alaka town, Wasilla, had a policy that would bill innocent rape victims for their forensic medical examinations until the governor of Alaska passed a bill prohibiting it? OMG, this unfair sexism is so rampant that I don't even know what!
Well, since this feminist Michelle Malkin is so appalled at the scrutiny of Sarah Palin then I bet she was super mortified when Hillary Clinton had to deal with "sexism" at a political rally where a mouthbreathing gentleman held up a sign that said "Iron My Shirt"? Let's take a look at what she had to say about that:
...Hillary Clinton was at a Salem, NH rally earlier today where two male hecklers held up signs that read “Iron My Shirt.” They also yelled the odd slogan at delicate Hillary, who showed her jocular but steely side and batted down the sexist diatribe. Spontaneously, of course. Like those watery eyes.
...The question is whether someone in the campaign happened to encourage goofballs like these to show up today. There’s a history of that in the Hillary campaign, you know.
...She’s as predictable as rain in Seattle, fog in San Francisco, and wildfires in Malibu
...Hillary Cinton, Boo-hoo-hoo
Hmmm, well now this seems odd? When "sexism" was displayed on a shitty homemade sign toward Hillary Clinton it seems like Malkin felt the need to call Hillary "delicate" and then accuse her of orchestrating the whole event for political purposes. It's almost like this Malkin lady has two sets of standards? I guess maybe you would call something like that a double standard? That's strange? [Michelle Malkin]