I found this picture of the view on the internet somewhere. Nothing irritates me like getting caught up in verbal nonsense of someone who is completely self absorbed. I don't even watch this show, but today it was on in the background while I was playing on the computer. I could hear her voice and it almost prompted me to call in to complain. Now I could've turned the channel, but I didn't. I chose to listen to her self righteous banter.
There should be a rule in life: Only two strong willed females should be together anywhere and NO MORE!!
Listening to opinions whether I agree or not is okay. Everyone is entitled. But to get attacked by Elisabeth Hasselbeck is ENOUGH! Who on earth ever told her that she's the only one that matters? How did she get famous anyway? Starving herself on an island for how much money can make you a celebrity? Wait, maybe it's because she's married to an awesome football player? Either way, I don't want to listen to her. I really don't.
We all have political views and I really did like Sarah Palin when she was running for office. But some ladies tend to change the rules for a woman in politics. EH was screaming for people to leave Sarah and her family alone. Okay, I agree some of that is too much. But when a person isn't strong enough to ignore or subtly acknowledge things when they've run afoul, may very well mean stress is a big issue. Knowing your life is public you expect those things right? Apparently some do not. If Sarah can't handle crazy acclaims against her family now, what will happen is she takes office, the red phone rings and someone calls her kid a nasty name all at the same time? What takes priority? If she can't handle the heat maybe she should get out of the kitchen. If it's time to push the that final button, I want someone who I know won't jump the gun and respond with emotion only.
I liked Sarah from the start. Her annoying voice and all. But she's losing me. I'm seeing her weaknesses linger out of control. I don't want to see that. I'd say most of America doesn't either. And Elisabeth Hasselbeck where were you when the news of George Bush's daughter leaked out about underage possession and all that partying? I think the Bush's handled those situations with much grace. Sarah should take note for future reference. It's difficult to live in a glass house, but I guess Elisabeth Hasselbeck has enough money to pay people to clean for her!
I'm very thankful I'm not forced to watch The View!!