Sunday, September 21, 2008

Michelle Malkin




Recently I discovered that our Michelle is not the only "Alex P. Keaton" type conservative that goes by the name of "Michelle." You ought to check out this Michelle: http://michellemalkin.com/




Here's her Bio (From Wikipedia):

Malkin was born in Philadelphia to Filipino parents, Dr. Apolo and Rafaela Maglalang, in 1970.[3] Her parents had immigrated to the United States earlier that year.[3] Her father, a doctor, had entered the United States on a work visa.[3] Her maternal grandfather fought under General Douglas MacArthur.[4] She grew up in Absecon, New Jersey,[5] and attended Holy Spirit High School.[3] She graduated from Oberlin College, which she describes as a "radically left-wing, liberal arts college."[6] In 1993, she married Jesse Malkin, a Rhodes Scholar. As of 2004, Jesse, a former economist for the RAND Corporation[7], stays home and raises their two children.[8]

Let's not start a feud here on the Mike Committee over who's to blame for the worst disaster on Wall Street since the Great Depression, but I think the facts speak for themselves. Just glad we didn't get talked into privatizing our Social Security accounts.





Also here's a nomination for a new Mike Committee person of distinction. [No, not another vote for Pamela Anderson. . .]



Featuring Michelle Obama:





Won't she be a great First Lady? I think she has Jackie O kind of feel, but not a trophy wife aura. What's not to like?

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Blogger Michelle said...

Since when did the Mike Committee get so political?

OK, so both Michelles deserve to be here--Michelle Malkin is already linked at the Mike Roll call. You seem critical of her, Mike. Does Oberlin not have the reputation as a liberal school? Is it not OK for her husband to be a stay-at-home dad?

And Michelle a Jackie O type? I hope not. Stood by her straying hubby, married for money--sure, like they say on Seinfeld, she had GRACE, but I don't necessarily find her behavior admirable.

And as for who is to blame for the financial debacle--it's a two-party system and both get the blame, as well as ANYONE who extended themselves beyond their means--there must be personal responsibility for this. On the other hand, I know some of the people in Congress who will be punished for this, and you won't find a(R) behind their names!

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