November 29, 2005, - 11:55 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Tonight on ABC, Baba Wawa presents “The Most Fascinating People of 2005.”
Note that it’s not called, “Leftists at ABC’s Most Fascinating People of 2005” or even, “Baba Wawa’s Most Fascinating People of 2005.” Nope. You’re expected to accept that Baba Wawa’s choices–of Kanye “George Bush Doesn’t Care About Black People” West and the mother of missing Aruba partier chick Natalee Holloway–are the gospel. Do you find Mom of Natalee to be one of the ten most fascinating people of the year–or even one of the 10 billion most fascinating? Didn’t think so.
Then, there’s West. Why did Baba Wawa pick him? Could it have something to do with giving him an opportunity to expound on his anti-White, anti-Bush racist views? Why, yes, it does. Yesterday, on her ABC male-hating yenta-fest, “The View,” said that West talks about his upbringing as the son of Black Panthers who taught him that everything that happens in America is a product of White racism in America.
Sounds like the pot–and the Kanye–calling the kettle Black. And the septuagenarian celebrity panderer, Baba Wawa, to clueless, as usual, to notice. Nope, nothing fascinating about any of these people.
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