Note One: Yes, I know this is a sports blog and yes, there is nothing masculine about The View but in an attempt to build this blog back up, I figured I'd start with something. No person has pissed me off lately ... actually one has (post on him soon)
Note Two: I'm working on a new blog called The Tampon (yes, The Tampon), which will be an all-around jog on sports. Coming soon dammit ...
Of course not … Elisabeth Hasselbeck doesn’t really help the cause though.
On my off days, I try to catch The View, ABC’s show dedicated to today’s
Elisabeth is the wife of Tim Hasselbeck, the NFL vagabond QB from Boston College, where the couple met. Her entry into society: Survivor. That exquisite resume allowed her to replace Lisa Ling (can you say downgrade?)
This chick slays me with her Republican ass. I mean, she tries so hard to make a solid opinion on politics but somewhere it gets lost in the weird-ass mannerisms and three-year-old-about-to-have-a-temper-tantrum face. You should see when Whoopi, Sherri and Joy get on her. She looks like she about to piss on herself.
I give her credit for not backing down, especially during this President cycle of Obama-Wright-Obama vs. Billary nonsense. She feels how she feels and no one can change that, which I respect. It’s just her execution lacks a little uumph. There are millions of people who believe what she does – scary, isn’t it? – but they can get their points across so well, that you eventually let them go. You can’t let the shit she says slide, especially when she makes it really easy to attack her.
Funny thing is: She's claims she not a Republican. According to her Wiki:
Hasselbeck has said that she calls herself neither a conservative nor a liberal. Her parents had an independent political stance, never telling their children for whom they voted. She has stated that the term "conservative" does not define her as a person. She opposes gay marriage but has said that she supports civil unions; a feeling that would often clash with that of former The View co-host Rosie O'Donnell. [Source]Bulls***. She voted for Bush and supports McCain, spoke at the Republican National Convention in 2004, and guest hosted on Fox News. Be real here. While I was happy that she stood up to Rosie O' Donnell , the Elisabeth of the Left when she was on the View, about her views on the War, I find it hard to believe that she defines herself as an "neither liberal or conservative," especially since she plays the latter on The View with open arms.