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07/27/2010

Video: 'Don't leave me, Johnny -- I'm terrible at pool'

by Jeremy Hooper

This site has actually defended Elisabeth Hasselbeck for speaking out on our behalf (while also criticizing her when she fosters untruths, something particularly bad in the days post-Prop 8). But this time, we're not either impressed or outraged with the youngest, blondest, GOP-iest "View" cohost. Because quite frankly, whatever she's trying to say here is just too ridiculous to elicit any strong response other than bewilderment:

Yup, because that's how life works. It's all just an extended junior high dance, and the girls left on the bleachers have no choice but to turn to each other for comfort. Every Meredith's straight family ties depend on a Baxter or a Bernie. Riiiiiight.

Or then again, maybe we're wrong and both Lis and Bill Maher really are on to something:

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