joy behar is a man, baby!
Matt Hasselbeck is a very fortunate man. ;)
I wouldnt call them witches, they are simply ignorant women who got much farther than they deserve to be with their limited intelligence.
probably visited a casting couch at some point in their career.
Nice job, Rudy!
Giuliani crushed her:
Jones: "Do you believe that today? 'Either you're with the terrorists or you're with us' -- that's not American!"
Giuliani: "Of course it's American."
Jones: "No, it's not! With 'us' -- who is 'us'?"
Giuliani: "You're either with the Nazis or you're with us. You're either with the Communists or you're with us."
Jones: "No, that's still not fair, Mr. Mayor. I'm surprised at you."
Giuliani: "Well, I'm surprised at you."
Jones: "I'm surprised you would say that."
Giuliani: "The terrorists killed almost 3,000 of our people. So what side are you on? Are you on their side or are you on our side?"
Jones: "I am on the side of men and women fighting in Iraq right now, and I want us to support those people."
Giuliani: "You can't be on their side and be on the side of the terrorists."
Why in God's name do these women still have a show? Let me paraphrase liberal heroine Natalie Maines: "You know, I'm a woman and I'm ashamed these morons are women."
I'd like to Thank God for something else they would react negatively;
I'd like to thank God for granting me the wisdom and strength to successfully talk my mother out of ever watching these left wing extremist hags ever again.
haha..I had no idea who Elizabeth Hasslebeck was...she survived Survivor and is married to an NFL QB.
Now that guy married a winner!
I was in downtown Manhattan on September 11th and, although it was not the first thing I uttered after the attacks, very early in the day I said, "Thank God that George Bush is our President and not Al Gore." It was not the only time I said it that day. (Or since.)
Formerly Elisabeth Filarski, is best known to audiences as a participant on the wildly popular second edition of the Survivor game show, Survivor: the Australian Outback. While competing in Australia, Ms. Hasselbeck used her competitive personality and survival skills to outwit and outlast her way to the final four.
A 1999 graduate from Boston College, Ms. Hasselbeck is married to NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck. While at Boston College, she captained her championship D-1 softball team, as her studies centered on her studio art major.
Ms. Hasselbeck has recently been putting her flair for fashion to good use as a host of the Style Network's The Look for Less, which helps viewers find designer looks at bargain prices. She has also hosted programs on MTV, and done commercial work for companies including Reebok, Johnson & Johnson and Proctor & Gamble.
Prior to her work on television, Ms. Hasselbeck designed shoes for PUMA, working on their street lifestyle design, while living in Boston. She does not stray far from the world of industrial design and fills her time painting, designing note cards and personalized planners, running, as well as relaxing with her husband, family and friends.
Ms. Hasselbeck grew up in Providence, Rhode Island. She dedicated the winter of 1997 in Belize to teaching children in the rain-forest, and spent three weeks in Italy in 2000 developing her designs to completion.
She describes herself as intuitive, mildly impulsive, faithful and devoted. Ms. Hasselbeck enjoys the game of football (particularly when her husband is on the field), partaking in outdoor sports and listening to her brother Ken's music.
Ms. Hasselbeck has a strong passion for working with Breast Cancer Prevention, Research and Support. She also dedicates her time to working with the youth of today in order to develop their self-esteem.
Rudy was magnificent. I had no idea he was so tough.
The View is one of the worst.....
it is an embarrassing statement about emotive reasoning and harkens back to why a now defunct argument may have had some validity 100 years ago..lol
Those pigs will can Hasslebeck soon enuff....their resentment for babes is palpable.
Where else could a bunch of obnoxious, no talent, unfunny, band of witches earn a living showcasing their moribund intellectual skills. I can't believe anyone would even tune in to these mindless malcontents.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck seemed to be the only one who wasn't in some kind of alternate reality.
I wrote her an email thanking her for her classy and professional demeanor which made the other two look like the biased amateurs they are.
If she responds, I'll paste it here...after I pick myself up off the floor.