You know, those lefty moonbat bloggers are on my last nerve, and when that goes, well you better watch out!
Now I'm used to them engaging in nasty, scurrilous, and often racist attacks against one of my personal favourite bloggers, Michelle Malkin, but this time they have gone too far.
After my Michelle wrote an article criticizing the new 'image' for teen songbird turned post-teen skank Charlotte Church some so-called 'Liberal' bloggers (I will not boost their traffic by linking) posted this picture:
They claim that it's a photo of Michelle Malkin and since she's in a bikini, she shouldn't criticize someone for setting a bad example for young girls.
Well, there are a lot of things wrong with this, but let me get to where this hurts me personally.
According to Android CAI/7, Michelle's face has been photoshopped onto another person's body.
First you get my hopes up & then it turns out to be a fake!
BAIT & SWITCH!
You know, I've blown up entire planets for less.
But let's put the issue of fauxtography aside and move onto the actual argument that these bloggers are trying to make. Let us, for the sake of this argument, assume that the picture is real, and that I'm not planning horrible revenge against your planet.
These bloggers are making the assumption that a girl in college having her photo taken while wearing a bikini somehow disallows them from criticizing anyone for marketing over-sexualized and irresponsible behaviour to young girls.
These so-called 'Liberals' are saying that all women who have been photographed while wearing bathing suits are somehow 'whores' and 'less than human' and not allowed to express an opinion.
In fact it sounds like something that Zawahiri guy would say in one of his cave-side chats.
There's nothing obscene about the picture, there's no hint of nipple or anything potentially naughty, and trust me, before Android CAI/7's analysis, I studied it very carefully. It's just a well-built girl in a bathing suit, probably heading out for a day at the beach.
Besides, even the world's raunchiest and most prolific porn-star has a right to express an opinion, even on the marketing of sex to children.
It's a right belonging to every man, woman, and child in the world, not a privilege dispensed by self-proclaimed arbiters of what's considered 'politically correct.' So you could produce a hundred real pictures of Michelle Malkin in bathing suits or birthday suits, and would not take away that right.
I wish you had produced a hundred real pictures, but no luck for me.
I have a wild suggestion for those lefty bloggers, put away your fake photos, your conspiracy theories, and your racist attacks and try debating the folks on the Right with something called FACTS.
I know you don't have them on your side, but give it a try. You'll still lose, but at least you'll be losing honestly.