January 20, 2006, - 11:07 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Something must be in the water at “The View.” On this site, we’ve documented the absurd comments of the hosts on ABC’s daytime anti-male yenta-fest.
Most of the stupidity exudes from the mouths of Star Jones and Joy Behar, the two most annoying members of a group of five uber-annoying women. The latest is Star Jones’ “commentary” about the War on Terror. In her warped view, apparently it’s all about Bush and Bin Laden fighting over penis size, and calorically-gifted big-mouth Jones thinks Bush should negotiate with this murderer of over 3,000 Americans.
Get these Star Jones gems, , as reported in today’s New York Post:
“You know what? At some point, one of these men has to put it back in his pants and zip up the zipper.” . . . .
She even suggested that Bush hold some kind of talk with the man behind 9/11 [Bin Laden].
“I won’t trust him, but anything that gives me the opportunity to seek peace, I would at least check it out. . . . People make deals with the devil all the time. We make deals with people we don’t like.”
Self-obsessed Jones, who won’t tell how she lost some of her extensive weight (probably stomach stapling), recently put out a “weight-loss”/advice book, “Shine,” which she apparently didn’t write. Here’s a pic of her reading it (courtesy of US Magazine).
As we’ve documented on this site, in recent past episodes of “The View”, host Joy Behar
* compared Bush to the Ku Kux Klan in his response to Hurricane Katrina (based on an interview she heard on “The Howard Stern Show”); and
* said former FEMA director Mike Brown was worse than a pedophile.
All of the “ladies” of “The View” participated in a degrading segment with a U.S. serviceman fresh off serving in Iraq who claims he can’t get a job. They–especially Star Jones–promised to find him a job.
Did they? Amidst pontificating about the War on Terror as a penis contest, we doubt it.
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