The LA Times' Andrew Malcolm might want to monitor his readers' hate comments
After posting one his of signature moronic items  about black journalist celebrating Obama at a closed-door White House event, and after the item got picked up by Drudge and right-wing blogs, Malcolm's Times blog was rewarded with lots of reader comments.
According to the Times' policy, comments will be erased if they :
contains vulgar, profane, abusive, racist or hateful language or expressions, epithets or slurs, text, photographs or illustrations in poor taste, inflammatory attacks of a personal, racial or religious nature
You mean like these?
The fried chicken and watermelon lunch was enjoyed by all.
Posted by: Max | March 20, 2009 at 08:54 PM 
WHO is he recieving his 'award' from? The Federation of 'BLACK' Community Newspapers? Is there a WHITE Federation of Newspapers? And if there was, do you think that this IDIOT would be ACCEPTING AN AWARD FROM THEM? For someone who 'CLAIMS' to be 'bi-racial', he sure goes to a lot of " 'BLACK' things. You say the 'PRESS' isn't going to be allowed. Are you sure that it isn't THE WHITE PRESS, that isn't invited. This IDIOT makes my stomach sick.
Posted by: Timothy L. Pennell | March 20, 2009 at 05:22 AM 
So the racist black president allows only some racist black representative of the press to present the award.
Posted by: rollinson | March 20, 2009 at 06:07 AM 
Posted by: Micah Lomas | March 20, 2009 at 08:18 AM 
Stay classy LA Times.