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YOU ARE VISITING THE OLD MALKIN(S)WATCH. THAT'S FANTASTIC. PLEASE VISIT THE NEW MALKIN(S)WATCH WHEN YOU GET A CHANCE. I'm not going to get in to fisking this ugly post - ostensibly about defending Tom DeLay from charges of hypocrisy regarding right-to-die in the Terri Schiavo case, but really about calling liberal bloggers "ghouls" - except for one part of it:
The Times' journalistic irresponsibility is ugly enough. But the glee with which liberal bloggers are greeting the L.A. Times story and Rep. DeLay's painful family experience is even more appalling:The problem? That post is by the non-Fox News Roger Ailes - and has absolutely nothing to do whatsoever with right-to-die. It's about Tom DeLay's hypocrisy on the issue of tort reform. From the LA Times, via Roger's post:
The Hypocrisy of a Texas Bug-Chaser, squealed one left-wing blogger.
The case thrust Congressman DeLay into decidedly unfamiliar territory -- the list of plaintiffs on the front page of a civil complaint. He is an outspoken defender of business against what he calls the crippling effects of "predatory, self-serving litigation."I misread Ann Coulter earlier. Malkin didn't read Roger Ailes at all.
The DeLay family litigation sought unspecified compensation for, among other things, the dead father's "physical pain and suffering, mental anguish and trauma," and the mother's grief, sorrow and loss of companionship.