The View co-host, Star Jones, is the latest in a string of celebrities to compare our President to mass murderer and world public enemy number one, Osama Bin Laden. Obviously, it is no longer required by etiquette to hold the office of the Presidency with respect. In today's world [at least according to celebrities] if you disagree ideologically you have every right to personally attack the sitting President. Of course, what the common sense challenged world of two-bit celebrities with a bloated sense of self importance, doesn't understand is that when you attack someone like President Bush you are also attacking someone like me. So, essentially you are attacking half of the US population. But, I digress...
Consider these asinine statements [my comments in brackets]:
"I won't trust him, but anything that gives me the opportunity to seek peace, I would at least check it out. [Just so we understand her, Star Jones would negotiate with terrorists. Yes, it would seem she really is that stupid]Star Jones should be fired. Period. Or at the very least issue an apology. However, if it is an apology it must contain the line: "I am a stupid celebrity who's wealth has blinded me to common sense."
"People make deals with the devil all the time. We make deals with people we don't like," she said. [For instance, Star's marriage...]
"You don't negotiate with terrorists," said Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the show's youngest host [Youngest and most intelligent].
"You don't negotiate," Jones interrupted, "but I do think you figure out when there is a solution that's diplomatic that doesn't result in [loss of] human life.
"What do we have to lose to check it out?" Star said.
"You know what?" she then added, "At some point, one of these men has to put it back in his pants and zip up the zipper at some point." [Riiiiight, Bush is merely in a pissing contest with a known terrorist. It isn't like Bin Laden killed thousands of people on 9/11 or anything]
"This isn't somebody whipping it out," shot co-host Meredith Vieira.
"You know what, I'm a little tired of posturing back and forth," Jones replied. [I am not entirely sure if she was speaking about Bush and Bin Laden or her cost hosts on the View...]