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Never Met a Zombi I Didn’t Like…


In case you heard about it and wanted to take a look, here’s another priceless moment on the ABC gabfest The VIEW. On Tuesday, Right Wing know-it-all, ELISABETH HASSELBECK, imploded on live TV when asked to explain her unwavering support of the HIGHLY unqualified Vice Presidential candidate, SARAH PALIN. After watching the show since its inception, I’m really starting to think HASSELBECK is a highly unstable human being, as she clearly has no ability to come to the center of any issue. On a daily basis she literally comes across like a puppet spewing divisive rants as if SEAN HANNITY were pulling her strings. It’s become quite PATHETIC! Take a LOOK – It’s just that good!


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  1. If you expect people to continue coming here keep your political opinions to yourself.

    Comment by rau38 | October 4, 2008 | Reply

  2. really…! That’s very open-minded of you – just what we would want to avoid in the month before an election. Like Hasselback, let’s avoid any kind of discourse or questioning and just keep drinking the koolaid…

    Comment by annetampabay | October 4, 2008 | Reply

  3. Hey rau38, I didn’t know I woke up in North Korea. I always thought people in this country were free to express there opinion. Im not a fan of Hasselbeck. I simply think she has drank way to much of the ultra right wing Koolaid. I agree with anne. My site covers the world of movies and TV. The View is a dominant player in the world of daytime TV and I watch! If I watch it, I’ll cover it! Its just an Opinion!

    Comment by etbcoop | October 4, 2008 | Reply

  4. And I think people that support abortion should have been aborted themselves but did I say anything? No.

    If you want a discussion “anne” I’d be happy to oblige. Hasselbeck is very passionate about what she believes in, nothing wrong with that.

    Comment by rau38 | October 5, 2008 | Reply

  5. Wow, narrow-minded and hostile… by the way your first sentence is an oxymoron – say what you like, there’s no discussion here, just partisan rancor so I’m out.

    Comment by annetampabay | October 5, 2008 | Reply

  6. Very hostile to those who bask in their own ignorance.

    There is no such thing as being narrow-minded. You’re either right or you’re wrong. You simply refuse to put forth a decent argument and instead try to dodge the issue entirely. A common liberal mannerism.

    Comment by rau38 | October 5, 2008 | Reply

  7. I’m a fellow conservative & a big McCain-Palin supporter here…I’m glad that Hasselbeack is out there and speaks up when she does…my problem is that her delivery is horrible and she comes off as a half-baked right-wing wacko! She needs some coaching or something?!?! Geez!

    As for Chuck’s comments here, I’m ok with them. I’ve learned over the years to take things with a grain of salt. There was a time when I would refuse to watch movies of ultra-liberal stars (Cruise, Penn, Sarandon, Robbins, etc. etc.) but the list got too long & I ended-up missing out on too many great flicks. A huge client of mine in business has an Obama in 08 poster pasted to the window of his lexus…What should I do, turn away his business b/c I don;t agree politically with him? I’mpast being upset at hearing comments from the other side…I comehere for opinions;some of which I agree with, others I don’t…don’t get offended rau38.

    Comment by robd99 | October 6, 2008 | Reply

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