Michelle Malkin on Bill Maher

Kerry at “100 wild-eyed unfair and unbalanced monkeys typing” has some screen captures of Michelle Malkin from Bill Maher’s television show (he has another one?) that catch her at less than her best. (via Atrios)

She still looks pretty good.

The comments at Eschaton should be avoided, however. Yikes.

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Comments

  1. Mark says:

    Is the radio gig still on, by the way?

  2. James Joyner says:

    Yep. Tomorrow around 715 PM EST, apparently.

  3. Paul says:

    That really is pitiful. Doing a frame grab of someone in motion is guaranteed to produce unflattering results.

    It’s a damn shame that is the only thing this person could come up with as clever.

    Paul

    For the record, caption contests are subject to the same criticism to a point. The difference lies in the photo editor but that is a topic for another day.

  4. Bithead says:

    On pure asthetics, I do like the hair here better than the way she has it in her Blog picture.

    Fortunate for us, she has a brain under it, regardless how she combs it.

  5. Attila Girl says:

    This is just stupid. Michelle is a good-looking woman, and she’s very animated when she talks. This could have been done to anyone, and it just shows the depths to which her opponents have sunk.

    This is the equivalent of those who disputed the 2000 election results in Florida criticizing how Katherine Harris did her makeup. It’s pathetic, and shows their intellectual bankruptcy.

  6. Daniel says:

    Michelle is a good looking woman, with a ignorant mind. In her book “In Defense of Internment” she offers ignorant portrayals and justifications of Japanese-American Internment during WWII and possible use of the same tactic on Arab-Americans at this current time. For more information on the flaws of her book visit.

    http://www.isthatlegal.org/

    The site is also linked through her personal website. On the Date of August 21’st Titled “Where In The World”, click link and underlined word “criticism.”