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‘Shrill, Hyperbolic, Divisive and Intemperate’
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Andrew Sullivan, who waged a one-man campaign of unfounded speculation about the parentage of Trig Palin, has once again nominated me for “The Malkin Award,” for which I am appropriately grateful.

If you think allowjing over-the-counter sales of the abortifacient Plan B to 17-year-olds is irresponsible — “What next? Over-the-counter roofies?” — you, too, might be tempted to resort to “shrill, hyperbolic, divisive and intemperate right-wing rhetoric.” 

If you want to win the Malkin, you don’t resist that temptation. And I’m thinking that describing Planned Parenthood ally Kathleen Sebelius as an agent of “Murder Inc.” might do it for the Washington Times.

Robert Stacy McCain
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