ABC's The View on Thursday neglected one side of the abortion debate by bringing on two staunch supporters of Planned Parenthood in Congress without any other guests arguing the pro-life side. As the two championed giving tax money to the abortion provider, Barbara Walters herself defended the organization, while Whoopi Goldberg assisted in spreading a falsehood about "federal dollars" for abortion (audio clips available here).
The show's co-hosts brought on Representatives Gwen Moore and Jackie Speier, two of the current "pro-choice" heroes in Congress supporting Planned Parenthood funding, near the end of their 11 am Eastern hour program to discuss the controversial issue. After playing clips from two of their recent floor speeches in the House of Representatives (they omitted Moore's infamous "ramen noodles" remark), co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck echoed her colleague Joy Behar's compliment from earlier in the week: "We're glad you're both here. Courageous, indeed, what you did to bring your own personal stories....I think it touched many women, including us."
Ladies and gentlemen, to date no one in America has better defined Palin Derangement Syndrome than comedian Jackie Mason:
You hear every curse word in the world, every abusive word in the world from everybody so threatened by her that they have nothing to fear except for the fact that her showing up terrorizes them. It literally terrorizes them to such an extent that they're fearful of the possibility that her popularity will somehow catch on and she'll become a sensation. So they have to deride her with words that they never say for anybody else in the whole history of politics. Somebody else has to at least do something. A right or wrong before they get mad and start abusing and cursing the person. But she, all she has to do is make an announcement. It could be about anything. "I just had a glass of milk."
Just push play, and enjoy (absolute must-see video embedded below the fold):
People don't even worship God like they worship Barack Obama.
So said comedian Jackie Mason in his most-recent video blog just posted at YouTube.
But that's not all. According to Mason, "Mao Tse Tung wasn't so venerated and people weren't so fearful of disagreeing with him as the Congress of the United States including the Republicans who are afraid to disagree with anything he says or does because they'll be called a racist."
Mason also deliciously went after "a yenta like Hillary Clinton" for being completely unqualified to be Secretary of State, and Timothy Geithner, "a thief that never paid his income taxes [who's] now going to be in charge to make sure you pay your income tax."
Strap your seatbelts tightly, folks, for the video embedded below the fold addresses inconvenient truths Obama-loving media dare not: