But Amanda Marcotte`s writings are unspeakably vile. Never mind who she hates, (if you are one of white, Christian, Republican, pro-life, heterosexual, or in the Armed Forces, Ms. Marcotte hates you) the attitudes and language are totally vile, and since this is the internet, I don`t have to quote them, I can link to Dan Riehl`s round-up of vile things Ms. Marcotte has said.
Malkin, it should be noted, is hardly innocent of being involved with what ABC News` Terry Moran termed "hate speech" when applied to Marcotte. Malkin has long maintained ties to VDARE, a Web site tagged as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center that has published works by people like Jared Taylor, one of America`s leading white supremacists, and Sam Francis, who was fired by the conservative Washington Times for his own white supremacist remarks, given at a conference held by Taylor`s organization. The liberal press watchdog Media Matters has also noted Donohue`s long list of controversial statements. [Edwards campaign fires bloggers]There are far too many mistaken charges to answer in short piece, the main point they seem to make here is that people who don`t like Vdare.com, don`t like Vdare.com. Therefore, it`s wrong for Michelle not to attack Vdare.com the way they do.
For the record, the fact that we publish Michelle`s syndicated columns doesn`t mean she agrees with everything written here. In fact, Vdare.com writers frequently don`t agree with each other, and have lengthy debates in print.
Media Matters, the David Brock run/George Soros funded liberal media inquisitors, ran an item called Malkin, writer of "mean-spirited rantings," accused Edwards bloggers of "foul-mouthed nutroots diatribes"
The "mean-spirited rantings" they`re referring to in the headlines are Michelle`s syndicated column, and the occasion of them being called "mean-spirited rantings" was that a Virginia paper dropped Michelle`s column, calling her "an Asian Ann Coulter" (like that`s a bad thing), but the so-called "rantings" were a syndicated column printed in many papers. The "foul-mouthed nutroots diatribes"that Michelle is talking about are unprintable in any paper in America
All in all, it adds up to one more reason to ignore the inquisitors.