Sweet editorial, very fitting for reposting on 9/11/12

By Michelle Malkin, Columnist

Like Michelle Obama, I am a ‘woman of color.’ Like Michelle Obama, I am a working mother of two young children. Like Michelle Obama, I am a member of the 13th generation of Americans born since the founding of our great nation.

Unlike Michelle Obama, I can’t keep track of the number of times I’ve been proud – really proud – of my country since I was born and privileged to live in it. At a recent speech in Milwaukee on behalf of her husband’s Democratic presidential campaign, Mrs. Obama remarked, ‘For the first time in my adult life time, I am really proud of my country, and not just because Barack has done well, but because I think people are hungry for change.’

Mrs. Obama’s statement was met with warm applause from other Barack supporters who have also apparently been devoid of pride in their country during their adult lifetimes. Or maybe it was just a Pavlovian response to the word ‘change.’ What a sad, empty, narcissistic, ungrateful, unthinking lot!

I’m just seven years younger than Ms. Obama. We’ve grown up and lived in the same era. And yet, her self-absorbed attitude is completely foreign to me. What planet is she living on? Since when was now the only time the American people have ever been ‘hungry for change’?

Michelle, ma belle, Barack is not the center of the universe, he is just another half-black man who has been AFFILIATED with the wrong people, namely a so-called preacher who not only takes The Lord’s Name in Vain, he also has been closely associated with muslims who want to destroy our Christian heritage.Newsflash: The Obamas did not invent ‘change’ any more than Hillary invented ‘leadership’ or John McCain invented ‘straight talk.’We were both adults when the Berlin Wall fell, Michelle. That was earth-shattering change.

We’ve lived through two decades’ worth of peaceful, if contentious, election cycles under the rule of law, which have brought about ‘change’ and upheaval, both good and bad.We were adults through several launches of the space shuttle, in case you were snoozing.

And as adults, we’ve witnessed and benefited from dizzyingly rapid advances in technology, communications, science, and medicine pioneered by American entrepreneurs who yearned to change the world and succeeded. You want ‘change’? Go ask the patients whose lives have been improved and extended by American pharmaceutical companies that have flourished under the best economic system in the world.

If American ingenuity, a robust constitutional republic, and the fall of communism don’t do it for you, hon, then how about American heroism and sacrifice?How about every Memorial Day? Every Veterans Day? Every Independence Day? Every Medal of Honor ceremony? Has she never attended a welcome-home ceremony for the troops?For me, there’s the thrill of the Blue Angels roaring over cloudless skies. And the somber awe felt amid the hallowed waters that surround the sunken U.S.S. Arizona at the Pearl Harbor memorial.

Every naturalization ceremony I’ve attended, where hundreds of new Americans raised their hands to swear an oath of allegiance to this land of liberty, has been a moment of pride for me. So have the awesome displays of American compassion at home and around the world. When millions of Americans rallied to help victims of the 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia – including members of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group that sped from Hong Kong to assist survivors – my heart filled with pride. It did again when the citizens of Houston opened their arms to Hurricane Katrina victims and folks across the country rushed to their churches and offices of the Salvation Army and Red Cross to volunteer.

How about American resilience? Does that not make you proud, Michelle? Only a heart of stone could be unmoved by the strength, valor, and determination displayed in New York , Washington , D.C., and Shanksville , Pa. , on September 11, 2001.

I believe it was Michael Kinsley who quipped that a gaffe is when a politician tells the truth. In this case, it’s what happens when an elite Democratic politician’s wife says what a significant portion of the party’s base really believes to be the truth: America is more a source of shame than pride.

Michelle Obama has achieved enormous professional success largely due to White people doing things for her and him. Helping her and him in almost every step in their life. She shows her true feelings by hating White people. Her accomplishments can be attributed to White people for their gradualism throughout her life. She needs to cease hating White people and thank them for much of what she has, political influence, and personal acclaim in America . Ivy League educated, she’s been lauded by Essence magazine,By ‘The Harvard 100’ most influential alumni. She has had an amazingly blessed life. But, you wouldn’t know it from her hatred of White people, campaign rhetoric and her griping about her and her husband’s student loans.

For years, we’ve heard liberals get offended at any challenge to their patriotism. And so they are again aggrieved and rising to explain away Mrs. Obama’s remarks.

Lady Michelle and her defenders protest too much! She and He are where they are today because of what the White People have done for both of them. However, both have expressed their dislike for White people!

(Michelle Malkin is a newspaper columnist.)

It Couldn’t Have BeenSaid Any Better!

Michelle Malkin was born in Philadelphia to Filipino parents, Dr. Apolo and Rafaela Maglalang, in 1970. Her parents had immigrated to the United States earlier that year. Her father, a medical doctor, had entered the United States on a work visa. Her maternal grandfather fought underGeneral Douglas MacArthur. She grew up in Absecon, New Jersey, and attended Holy Spirit High School. She graduated from Oberlin College, which she describes as a ” radically left-wing, liberal arts college.” In 1993, she married Jesse Malkin, a Rhodes Scholar and an economist for the RAND Corporation

Malkin began her career at the Los Angeles Daily News, working as a columnist from 1992 to 1994. In 1996, she moved to Seattle, Washington, where she wrote columns for The Seattle Times. She became a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate in 1999. She also has been a frequent commentator for FOX News Channel and has guest-hosted The O’Reilly Factor.

Clearly, Michelle Malkin is a conservative, no bones about it. And she probably isn’t going to vote for Obama. That said, the above is from one of her recent columns and distinctly outlines her difference with the other Michelle—–Michelle Obama.


Until next time,