I am not a big fan of free speech because some people well, umm…just make an idiot of themselves when they open their mouths; but like it or not, it does exist. So, I wonder what the big deal is when Anne Coulter called John Edwards a “faggot” back in March. Everyone who saw the tape knows that she was only kidding, yet she continues to get attacked by the mainstream media and liberal blogs. The fact is that Ann Coulter has the right to say any damn thing she wants; even if it’s that she wishes John Edwards would be killed in a terrorist assassination plot (sounds quite similar to the comments made by Bill Maher about Cheney a few months back - and where was the outrage?).
So, if you were God for a day, who would you appoint as a replacement for the “Beast”?
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:
On Monday morning’s “The View,” co-hosts Rosie O’Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck almost took off the gloves and went toe to toe. This time, the argument was over the use of the word “terrorist” when talking about U.S. troops fighting in Iraq. And once again, as Rosie always does, interrupted Elisabeth with her ranting about the Bush Administration and stated, “I don’t think our American troops are terrorists,”…”I want our American troops home.” Yeah right, like Rosie really cares about anything except media attention and her eating habit! Can her replacement hurry up and get here? Anyone else irritated about this or am I completely way out of line? Rosie deserves a new category on this blog. I have a feeling that I will be writing more about Miss. Chucky O’Donnell in the near future.
I don’t think there is anyone happier than I that Rosie will not be returning to the View nest season; and quite honestly, I think they all suck with the exception of the lovely (conservative) Elisabeth Hasselbeck. I don’t know about you but there is just something about Rosie that bugs the crap out of me. And even though I am no big fan of the Trumpster either, I did enjoy his bashing of her, her career and the View in general. Oh and boy do I agree with Camille Paglia’s column just yesterday where she points out that “O’Donnell is a bad advertisement for liberalism”. I couldn’t agree more; and hopefully Joy Beeeeeehar is on her way out too! So the question remains; who will replace Rosie?