August 30, 2005, - 11:53 am

“Ladies” of ABC’s “The View” Shamelessly Demoralize Troops

By Debbie Schlussel
Cindy Sheehan could learn a few moves from the annoying “ladies” of ABC’s “The View.” She’s shameless, but they are more so.
This morning, the “ladies” of “The View” pretended to play employment agency with a soldier who served in Iraq and helped catch Saddam Hussein. But what they really meant to do was demoralize the rest of the troops and the rest of the us. And use this poor soldier to promote themselves.
Spc. Jeans Cruz appeared on the anti-male yenta-fest, today, with this repeatedly popping up on the chyron: “Says He Can’t Find a Job After Capturing Saddam Hussein”.
First a video showing Paul Bremer announcing, “We got him” and Saddam’s vivid capture, was shown.
Then, like a doe in the headlights, Cruz was treated to the deep thinking, progesterone over-infused “ladies” of “The View”. The “ladies”–including and especially buffoonish Star Jones–expressed concern and dismay that Cruz can’t find a job. They asked him if he has PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), and he said yes. Jones, who repeatedly turned on an off her accent, exclaimed “We go’n get you a job!” after Meredith Vieira admonished “politicians who praise the soldiers who are fighting the war, but it’s really hollow praise.”

3 Things Star Jones & Monica Lewinsky Have in Common:
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At the end of the show, Vieira announced that “we are not going to forget this.” Of course, they won’t. There would be no more publicity, self-adulation, and opportunity to bash the efforts in Iraq, if they “forgot this.” Star Jones yelled that, for once, it was good there was someone from each political party on the panel because, “We go’n make same calls. We go’n call everybody.” Her garish behavior, today, outdid even her garish, over-hyped $2 million wedding.
All but one of the women–Elizabeth Hasselbeck, who claims to be a conservative, but also participated in this shameful display–oppose the war in Iraq. I feel bad for Cruz, but he was used by these women. If and when he finds a job, he will be used by them again. They should be ashamed. But, alas, they are shameless. Even more shameless than Air America’s Randi Rhodes and MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann, both of whom have already similarly used Cruz (to make their point that if you serve in Iraq and catch Saddam, you will return home thankless and unemployed).
The “ladies” of “The View” do not care a lick about our soldiers. If they did, they’d stop harping on President Bush and the war, repeatedly. And they would find Cruz a job off the airwaves, and without the publicity that they crave.

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Oh come on Debbie, like Howard says, they are all loud-mouthed yentas who squawk but no one listens, except or fat bitches who eat bon bons and wat6ch this crappyu show. Get to the real stories Debbie my love! like this:
A national emergency
Posted: August 29, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2005 Creators Syndicate Inc.
On Aug. 12, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson declared a state of emergency “due to a chaotic situation involving illegal alien smuggling and illegal drug shipments” on his southern border. Three days later, Gov. Janet Napolitano followed suit in Arizona.
Reason: the crisis on the border. The ally-ally-in-free immigration policy of George Bush and Vicente Fox, beloved of corporate America, has created a hell on our southern border.
Those Southwestern states are being inundated by illegal aliens trashing ranches, killing cattle, committing crimes and eating up tax dollars. The traffic in narcotics and human beings from Mexico is a national scandal and a human-rights disgrace.
What is true of New Mexico and Arizona is true of our nation, which is now home to an estimated 10 million to 15 million aliens who have broken our laws and broken into our country. It is a mark of the cowardice of our leaders that they are so terrified of being called “bigots” they tolerate this criminality. The moral rot of political correctness runs deep today in both national parties.
A president like Teddy Roosevelt would have led the Army to the border years ago. And if Fox did not cooperate, T.R. would have gone on to Mexico City. Nor would Ike, who deported all illegal aliens in 1953, have stood still for this being done to the country he had defended in war.
What are these Bush Republicans afraid of? Dirty looks from the help at the country club?
The question of whether America is going to remain one nation, or whether our Southwest will wind up as a giant Kosovo ñ separated by language and loyalty from the rest of America ñ is on the table.
Where is Bush? All wrapped up in the issue of whether women in Najaf will have the same rights in divorce and custody cases as women in Nebraska. His legislative agenda for the fall includes a blanket amnesty for illegals, so they can be exploited by businesses who want to hold wages down as they dump the social costs for their employees ñ health care, schools, courts, cops, prisons ñ onto taxpayers.
Not only have Richardson and Napolitano awakened ñ they are on the front lines ñ so, too, has Hillary Clinton, who has spoken out against illegal immigration with a forthrightness that makes Bush sound like a talking head for La Raza.
Why is a Republican Congress permitting this president to persist in the dereliction of his sworn duty?
George Bush is chief executive of the United States. It is his duty to enforce the laws. Can anyone fairly say he is enforcing the immigration laws? Those laws are clear. People who break in are to be sent back. Yet, more than 10 million have broken in with impunity. Another million attempt to break in every year. Half a million succeed. Border security is homeland security. How, then, can the Department of Homeland Security say America is secure?
Who can guarantee that, of the untold millions of illegals here, and the scores of thousands ordered deported for crimes who have disappeared into our midst, none is a terrorist waiting for orders to blow up a subway or mall and massacre American citizens?
Most of these illegals come to work to send money back to their families. They are not bad people. But because they are predominantly young and male, they commit a disproportionate share of violent crimes.
Why should U.S. citizens be assaulted, robbed, raped and murdered, and have their children molested, because their government will not enforce its own laws?
Is this not an indictment of democracy itself? What dictatorial regime would put up with this?
The Republican Party claims to be a conservative party. But what kind of conservative is it who, to cut a few costs or make a few bucks, will turn his family’s home into a neighborhood flop house?
In a recent poll, 40 percent of Mexicans ñ 40 million people ñ said they would like to come to the United States, and 20 percent expressed a willingness to break in. Time to cut the babble about how NAFTA is going to solve the problem. This is a national emergency.
Twice, George Bush has taken an oath to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Article IV, Section 4 of that Constitution reads, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion.”

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