Michelle Malkin: Romney Types Sign The Front Of Paychecks While Obama Types “Spent Their Entire Lives Signing The Back”

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Right wing blogger Michelle Malkin (who is of Filipino descent) is slamming Obama supporters as “Obama types,” who like to sign the back of checks for the rest of their lives, while “Romney types” sign the front of checks. Um, so Obama supporters are being compared to deadbeats on welfare? Or is she insulting the millions of Obama supporters who are gainfully employed and hardworking? Which is it Michelle Malkin? Wait, wasn’t she being interviewed by the “Fox and Friends” team who actually sign paychecks from Fox News or News Corp? Spewing a lot of venom as usual. There’s a word for people like Michelle Malkin — wannabe. I could think of some other words, but I’ll keep it clean.

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Janet Shan is a freelance journalist, blogger and social media consultant. Janet specializes in political and social commentary, as well as business writing. She is the founder and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette. She is putting the finishing touches on her new novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay, Jamaica.
  • http://functionalculture.blogspot.com Constructive_Feedback

    Wow Janet – its almost as if MM had insulted YOU – an objective journalist who is a dispassionate conduit for the news.

    I wonder if there are any references to “Romney Supports” that the Obama campaign could make that could upset you so?

    Maybe if they made reference to “Americans that send money down to Caribbean islands are repressing economic growth in America?”

    • delosgatos

      No, MM just said something stupid that insulted everyone who works for a paycheck. And I would hope for agreement from every business owner who appreciates their employee contributions and doesn’t consider themselves so hopelessly inept as business owners that they’ve hired a bunch of slackers. Perhaps you’ve watched Office Space too many times.

      Not sure about your last paragraph – you seem to suggest that taking large sums of money out of the US economy and hiding it offshore to enrich yourself and your progeny doesn’t hurt the businesses that you and yours rely on? I suppose if you make your money getting paid by some Koch Industries financed propaganda dissemination engine you might write that, but I can’t really think of any other reason.

  • MKS

    Citizens who receive a paycheck or entitlement (not military retirement) from the federal government should not be eligible to vote in national elections while doing so. Citizens who receive a paycheck or entitlement (not service retirement) from a state or local government should not be eligible to vote in the state or local elections while doing so. These votes represent a clear conflict of interest.

    • delosgatos

      You’re a sociopath.

      Riddle me this: would you also agree that any corporation or LLC that receives, or owns subsidiaries that receive government subsidies or tax breaks should be prohibited from making any contributions to PACs, candidates or other political causes?

      No?

      Didn’t think so. Sociopath.