Finally, Elisabeth has stepped up to the plate and defended herself and her conservative values against the beast. This is exactly what I mean when I define Conservative 2.0; not a change in conservative ideology; but a change in attitude, character and demeanor. If you didn’t see it yesterday on the View, here is a quick recap:
All the drama started when Rosie expressed disapproval to Elisabeth for not defending her when her comments about “soldiers are terrorists�? hit controversial buttons within the media. When Rosie confronted Elisabeth about whether she believed the comment was directly calling U.S. soldiers “terrorists�? Hasselbeck didn’t directly answer.
And then the drama ensued:
We all know that Elisabeth and Rosie have disagreed several times before on the show, but yesterday’s battle royal was more than intense and quite fun to watch. When the topic of the Iraq came up, the two went medieval on each other.
Rosie called Elisabeth “cowardly,” and Elisabeth responded back at Rosie that she’s not “poor little Elisabeth,” even dissing guest co-host Sherri Shepherd’s (who in the hell is she anyway?) suggestion that she chill for the sake of her unborn child.
Rosie said that fighting with Elisabeth was “absurd�? and told her “for three weeks you can say all the Republican crap you want.�? However, she wouldn’t allow Rosie off that easy saying, “It’s much easier to fight someone like Donald Trump because he is obnoxious.�? Good job Elisabeth.
Oh, and that other thing about Alicia Silverstone snubbing Elizabeth…ummm, who in the hell is she anyway but another has been - Hollywood liberal that thinks they are an expert in foreign policy like Sean Penn.
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