It's one thing to constructively criticize the President over an administrative policy you don't like or disagree with, but when you go overboard and ask your readers to come up with derogatory names for him, you come off as a hypocrite:
Kosovo shows its appreciation by naming a street after President Bush.
It’s better than a sewage plant.
Sorry to be a Grinch, but with his massive government bailout legacy hanging overhead, perhaps someone should name a bottomless pit after W.
This shouldn't surprise anyone who regularly reads Malkin's blog as one might recall the blatant disrespect Malkin showered on the President after he attempted to reach a compromise on our nation's illegal immigration problem last year. Indeed, too often it's far-Right pundits like Malkin who engage in the same, bitter, mean-spirited, fallaciousness that they criticize their counterparts on the Left for. Any wonder why it's hard to take any of them seriously?