Lions & LambsLater, lunch was served…

Michelle Malkin explains it all to us:

Like actress Sally Field, I am a mom. Unlike Sally Field, I do not live in La-La Land. We breathe a different brand of oxygen. We hold diametrically opposed worldviews. We have nothing in common but stretch marks.

Contrary to tongue-tied Sally’s incoherent Primetime Emmy Awards diatribe, childbearing and childrearing experiences do not bond all women in a universal sorority of non-confrontation. There are sheep moms. There are lion moms. We know which kind Sally Field is.

Michelle likes to categorize people. For example there are “good” people (made up of white people …and Michelle), and there are “evil” people. They are brown. Unlike Michelle.

In fact, it seems like only last week that Michelle was discussing the difference between 9/10 people and 9/12 people :

But remembrance without resistance to jihad and its enablers is a recipe for another 9/11. This is what fueled my first two books, on immigration enforcement and profiling. This is what fuels much of the work on this blog and at Hot Air. Not every American wears a military uniform. But every American has a role to play in protecting our homeland–not just from Muslim terrorists, but from their financiers, their public relations machine, their sharia-pimping activists, the anti-war goons, the civil liberties absolutists, and the academic apologists for our enemies.

The Left greets such a commitment with mockery and derision, preferring instead to suck its collective thumb, play the grievance card, and engage in hindsight hypocrisy.

As the most infamous of all Internet leftists once said: Screw them.

The 9/10 crowd stubbornly refuses to connect the dots to see any connection at all between 9/11 and the Iraq war. But it is all of a piece, and the troops who joined the military after the terrorist attacks and volunteered to go back again and again see it clearly. Watch. “Kill them over there so they don’t kill us over here” isn’t just an empty slogan for them. They live and die for it. For their children and ours. In Iraq and around the world.

There are 9/10 people and there are 9/12 people.

As an example of a 9/10 person, Malkin presents Cindy Sheehan,

….a woman who lost her son in a needless war in the wrong country. A war designed to give people like Michelle Malkin the warm fuzzies by making them believe that if we invade their countries and kill enough of them over there, they won’t be killing us over here. 9/10 person Cindy Sheehan is a tragic example of what the loss of a child and the ensuing grief can do to a person.

Then there is Michelle Malkin, she is a 9/12 person. Strong. Resolute. She will not submit.

She’s not like Cindy Sheehan; she hasn’t got time for sorrow. She’s too busy John Doe-ing the brown folks, keeping America strong, boo-freaking-hooing the namby-pampy dhimmi sob sisters who would sell our great nation out to the be-burqa’d hordes who would drain our precious bodily fluids and —- what? Really? Okay. I’ll wait.

Sometimes, the world stops
By Michelle Malkin • September 10, 2007 09:38 AM

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.

Right now, I’m just a misty-eyed momma.

It seems that there is a little 9/10 in Michelle Malkin too.

The only difference is that 9/10 Michelle Malkin’s little boy will be coming home to his mother at the end of the day.

9/10 Cindy Sheehan’s son will not.

Casey Austin Sheehan (May 29, 1979–April 4, 2004)
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