Michelle Malkin's "Detractors" vs. Amazon.com
Fortunately, reviews by her detractors that establish their proclivity for rational discourse and civility such as these are still up:
"alas, she's one of that rare breed....a lazy fascist."Note from the last entry in my list that it didn't take long for someone to make the Hitler/Nazi comparison. Far from violating basic principles of open discussion, I think Amazon is actually demonstrating great restraint.
"Michelle's psychological problem is caused by the fact that she is a frustrated attack blonde. She had the bad luck to get the wrong genes for the job and so cannot become another Ann Coulter."
"Her hair looks bouncy and shiny and as soft as anything. I'd give anything for my laundry to look that way."
"Malkin's sycophancy and complete lack of originality or wit makes this book undigestible. Maybe she should leave the writing to the big boys?"
"Every time I open one of Malkin's books the foam from this vapid little hate bunny drips all over my boots."
"Malkin's latest effort at typing is another toilet bowl in need of a good flushing and thus connect to the nation's conservative cesspool where the floaters are the usual assortment of fecal punditry, Michael Savage, Ann Coulter, Laura Ingram, Bill O'Reilly, some log-like, some runny."
"if you order it here, you'll avoid the possibility of running into a, um, 'person of color.'"
"basically writes like a teenage schoolgirl who's been spurned by the "In-Crowd".
"Malkin is a disgrace. Skip this vomitous book. Semper Fi"
"The only drawback is that she insists on writing captions instead of just posing for "Gone Wild" pictures."
"It is the most trite, boring, shallow and reactionary piece of crap I've read in a lifetime."
"Perhaps it'll get better on the last ten pages or so, but if I have to constantly stay near the toilet to read this book I'll never get anything done."
"I am going to wait until it comes out on 8-Track. If I was driving, I'd hit it. I'd run over it."
"She should be dismissed as the greedy, racist, and inconsequential "writer" that she is."
"Michelle Malkin stands for dividing this great country into races, and making races that she does not like subjugated to those she does. What's the next step? A final solution perhaps?"
It's amusing to me to consider that the above writers undoubtably fail to see the irony of their comments considering the subject of Ms. Malkin's book.