Oh boy. Michelle Malkin’s latest guest blogger is, to put it gently, completely untalented and sucky. Let’s take a look:
By Val Prieto
Getting an email from Michelle is great because you know you’re in for some pretty major blogging action…
Raise your hand if you think this guy has the stickiest keyboard on the planet.
– she’s usually at the forefront of things and, of course, an exceptional writer – but when you get an email from her asking if you’d like to guest blog while she’s away, well, you kinda get all excited and stressed at the same time.
OK, it’s not even open to debate anymore- this dude definitely has the stickiest keyboard on the planet.
Excited and stressed that is, after you check the properties of said email to make sure it isnt someone pulling your leg or some moonbat doing what moonbats do.
Which presumably involves pulling on things that make Val get all excited and stressed at the same time.
Gavin adds: Moonbats do not prank hapless wingtards! (Lies, calumny!)
My blog, BabalÃº, is a modest one with a small yet faithful family of readers. It’s not even close to having the following Michelle has garnered here. I must admit that I drop in on this blog at least a dozen times a day. So, needless to say, I was a bit nervous writing for such a broad audience.
Yeah, we get it already. You were nervous and excited because someone was pulling your leg in preperation for some hot blogging action, or whatever it is that moonbats do.
I was also a bit concerned as I blog mostly about one issue and I didnt want to turn Michelle’s place into a Down with fidel! fest.
But I found I felt right at home right away and I want to thank all of you totally cool Michelle Malkin readers out there for making that happen. A special thanks to those of you who emailed me with kind words of support and solidarity. I am humbled. And to the few moonbats who saw fit to email me with the standard, off the shelf, myopic rhetoric, all I have to say is Pfffft.
The sign of a truly skilled debater is when he responds to critiques by making farting sounds.
Quite a find, Michelle. For your next guest blogger, might I suggest one Pastor Joseph Grant Swank, Jr?