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January 21, 2006

Why Star Jones is a Laughingstock

From the woman who turned her wedding into a circus: Star Jones is now an expert on foreign policy. From the NY Post:

January 20, 2006 -- Size doesn't matter — at least not in the war on terror, according to Star Jones.

Yesterday, the co-host of "The View" told viewers that the war on terror was nothing more than a clash of male egos between President Bush and Osama bin Laden.

"You know what? At some point, one of these men has to put it back in his pants and zip up the zipper," she said during a discussion of bin Laden's latest audio tape.

She then went on to say that President Bush should sit down and have a chat with Osama and see what he has to offer. And this woman was once a prosecuting lawyer? How the heck did she pass the bar? Well, then again, common sense isn't a class you can take at school.

The very idea that this war is about "male egos" is the most preposterous thing I have ever heard. (And I thought the "war for oil" mantra was dumb.) Star: The reason we are fighting al Qaeda is because they want to kill us. And if they could pick and choose, people like you would likely be at the top of the list, because we all know how much Islamists love Hollywood-types--especially the women.

Surprisingly, her co-hosts were intelligent enough to say "you don't negotiate with terrorists."

How they, and the viewing public, puts up with idjits like Star is beyond my ken.


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Posted by Pam Meister at 11:49 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Just Plain Stupid

Ah, I love your deft analysis of the Star Jones stuff. And I think that she was a civil rights lawyer, but I could be wrong.

Posted by: Two Dogs at January 21, 2006 02:04 PM

I wonder how Star would adapt to her "change in careers" if Sharia became the "law of the land"?

Posted by: joe-6-pack at January 21, 2006 07:19 PM
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