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reporting that is:

Today, I did something that Pulitzer Prize-winning NYTimes columnist Nick Kristof apparently didn’t do: I talked to a spokesman at the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon.

She is talking about this NY Times column and her initial response to it.

She being a reporter decided to do something actual reporters do; check the facts. What did she find?

OHSU confirmed for me two things:

1) OHSU is a safety-net hospital not far from where Brodniak lives. The hospital accepts all Medicaid patients and would not turn Brodniak away.

Okay, are you ready for Number 2?

2) Brodniak is a patient at OHSU — and has been a patient there for the past three weeks.

In other words, at the time Kristof’s article was published this past Sunday, Brodniak was already being treated and cared for by some of the best neurologists in the country!

Didn’t we see something like this a mere two weeks ago?

Realize that she was able to get this information via that radical new cutting edge technology known as the phone!

I knew the NYT was having money problems but I didn’t think it was so bad that the phone bill wasn’t getting paid.

Maybe it’s my breath…

Posted: October 17, 2009 by datechguy in oddities
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but I’ve noticed my trackbacks no longer seem to appear on Michelle Malkin or hotair when I link to their posts.

My blog might accidentally be in their spam filter or they might consider my links shameless blogwhoring but otherwise I have absolutely no clue.

A: Because on MSNBC’s Morning Joe they referred to the Democratic House as a “Culture of Corruption”.

Now where have I heard those words before?

My review here (well actually here).

Take that meat and cook it.

…a Nazi, hates black people , evil incarnate, a mass murderer, a torturer. A man so evil and depraved that a person could win a Nobel Peace Prize for simply not being him.

Now we remember a different George Bush:

President Bush drives us crazy. We want him to fight back. He won’t. We want him to “save” himself. He won’t. He won’t “save” his presidency, either. He won’t “save” his party. He won’t “save” his legacy.

President Bush is doing what is unthinkable – he is staying true to the task laid out before him, to serve all the people. He is remaining faithful to that and he is counting on his God to do the rest, as his God has promised.

One who wasn’t afraid to poke fun at himself or take a joke.

Now Michelle Malkin is a lot more caustic than George Bush so if we can be fed this about George Bush for almost a decade why would we expect those same people to be moderate concerning Michelle? Particularly when she keeps fighting back.