The last sentence of Michelle Malkin's column criticizing anti-war protesters who are outraged by the military recruiters (March 14, Page B-7) would be hysterical if it weren't so sad.
She wrote: "Stop coddling the increasingly crazed and emboldened anti-military militants before bombs go off and innocents get harmed in the name of 'peace.' "
Bombs go off? You mean like the military does when they attack a country that has never even threatened to attack us? Innocents harmed? You mean like the tens of thousands of innocent men, women and children of Iraq, not to mention our own beloved soldiers? It seems that had Michelle lived in the 1700s, she would have sided with the Redcoats and probably would have written a scathing attack on those who participated in the Boston Tea Party.
Hooray for those citizens who still have it in them to protest an unfair and dishonest government.