December 18, 2006, - 6:01 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
I wasn’t suprised to watch aging, non-funny, so-called “comedienne” Joy Behar call Donald Rumsfeld “a Hitler type,” today, on ABC’s most annoying show ever, “The View.”
She said that TIME should have chosen “a Hitler type” like Rumsfeld as its Person of the Year.
As I’ve documented here, she’s pulled this kind of crap, several times before. She said that President Bush was a racist like a Grand Dragon of the Klan because of his non-instant response to Katrina victims, that ex-FEMA Director Mike Brown was worse than a child molester (for the same reason). And now this. Joy Behar is in desperate need of a sense of perspective . . . and an edit button. (A brain would be nice, too. And plastic surgery.)
Frankly, one of these days, we’d love to lock Behar up in a Concentration Camp with Hitler. So she can, for once, know what the heck she’s talking about. We figure she wouldn’t have much time to do so, though, because the minute he met her, Hitler would commit suicide.
What? He already did? Well, any other inhumane murderous genocidal dictator will do. And he/she’d take her life just as quickly, upon meeting the insufferable. Ditto for any of these bloated airheads on that annoying show.
Can’t understand why anyone calls them, “The Ladies of ‘The View'”. Between Behar and Rosie O’Donnell, it’s more like the Hippos of “The View.” Only a lot louder.
Donald Rumsfeld is an accomplished public servant, who didn’t have to leave his life of retirement and riches for the villainization he’s suffered at the hands of idiots like Bhear. He never wanted occupation of Iraq. That was a Bush thing. Ditto for the Democracy for Islamofascists.
To be compared to the likes of Hitler by Joy Behar?! What next–similarly-geniused Paris and Britney comparing him to Caligula?
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