Michelle Malkin is an Idiot
So much for Michelle Malkin’s 92,456 reasons to homeschool

By Mary    ·     September 11th, 2007 at 4:34 am

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Michelle Malkin, July 23, 2004:
“R[e]ason #83456 to home school”

Michelle Malkin, July 29, 2004:
“Reason #83457 to homeschool”

Michelle Malkin, November 1, 2005:
“Reason #45,978 to homeschool”

Michelle Malkin, March 13, 2006:
“REASON #92456 TO HOMESCHOOL”

Michelle Malkin, September 10, 2007:

I got a late start this busy Monday morning. Lots of news breaking and we’ll get to all of it. But none of it was more important this morning than my son’s very first day of preschool.

6 comments

  1. I think her son goes to public school. I remember during that brouhaha about her home address being outed on the Internet she complained that she change her son’s kindergarten or something along those lines.

    And what the hell is up with that t-shirt she’s wearing? Nuke the moon?

    A funny t-shirt is one that shows the Earth burned to a cinder above the caption “What if everybody farted at the same time?”

  2. I just think it’s funny that she’s such a big advocate of homeschooling but she doesn’t actually, you know… homeschool her kids . 🙂

    Mary

  3. Her son is very cute. I’m ashamed to say that the first thing that popped into my head after I saw that picture was that he looks like a baby Geico caveman with that unibrow.

  4. I think he’s adorable.

  5. Yeah, you would think that unemployed Jesse should be free to homeschool them.

    Personally, I would not mind taking a year off to homeschool my two kids in a few years. When both parents work full time, particular my wife and I both commuting into NYC and rarely being home at the same time, it is hard to devote attention to the kids schooling. I feel like a spectator rather than a participant.

  6. He is a little cutie. Public school for him may be a good thing – who knows it might bring a little perspective to the home front.
    My kids are bi-racial and endured a lot of teasing about their looks and heritage. Not fun for them but they grew up to be pretty strong individuals whom I’m very proud of. And most importantly they learned to do it without carrying a chip on their shoulder.
    I wouldn’t wish that on anyone’s kids but it does happen. One of the ugly aspects of our country is how we treat people we even think are foreigners.
    Malkin and Bryan may have a little different view of immigration fearmongering when their kids get a bit older and encounter even half of what mine did.