Mike Malloy dummies up (again)

Last Friday, we pointed out that Mike Malloy, a host on Air America, profanely refused an invitation to come to CPAC and actually talk with conservatives. He is quite clearly afraid to engage in the battle of ideas, and throws out the Nazi label to shut down conversation.

That evening, I received the following email from Mike, demonstrating that he is afraid to exchange ideas with us, too. He uses the same stupid trick. Here is the complete text of what he wrote:

Nah, it's not that I have nothing to say. It's just that I refuse to say it in the company of Nazis. You have a problem with that?

Raised arm salute: Richard Baehr and Thomas Lifson

Take care,

Mike Malloy

Air America Radio

Rush Limbaugh famously gives priority to liberal callers, and loves nothing better than to engage them in dialogue. In fact, many conservative talkers do the same. We are not afraid to engage in discussions with those who disagree. Our ideas are better and we know it.

Mike Malloy apparently recognizes that in the battle of ideas he has unilaterally disarmed himself.

Thomas Lifson  1 23 06

Last Friday, we pointed out that Mike Malloy, a host on Air America, profanely refused an invitation to come to CPAC and actually talk with conservatives. He is quite clearly afraid to engage in the battle of ideas, and throws out the Nazi label to shut down conversation.

That evening, I received the following email from Mike, demonstrating that he is afraid to exchange ideas with us, too. He uses the same stupid trick. Here is the complete text of what he wrote:

Nah, it's not that I have nothing to say. It's just that I refuse to say it in the company of Nazis. You have a problem with that?

Raised arm salute: Richard Baehr and Thomas Lifson

Take care,

Mike Malloy

Air America Radio

Rush Limbaugh famously gives priority to liberal callers, and loves nothing better than to engage them in dialogue. In fact, many conservative talkers do the same. We are not afraid to engage in discussions with those who disagree. Our ideas are better and we know it.

Mike Malloy apparently recognizes that in the battle of ideas he has unilaterally disarmed himself.

Thomas Lifson  1 23 06