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Apr 27, 2012
Terry and I were just talking about how he seems more interested in being a celebrity and hanging with celebrities than anything of substance.
The reviews are not favorable.
Regular Beverly Hillbilly..
Mr Todd Starnes,
Did you post a similar article when candidate George W. Bush was on Letterman? Did you post a similar article when President George W. Bush was on the "Deal or No Deal" game show? By the way, Gretchen Carlson praised President Bush when he went on "Deal or no Deal" because she said it "humanized" him. She thought it was just awesome that Bush went on a game show. The list goes on and on and on.
Here is an article from 2009 about all the President's appearing on comedy shows, talk shows, etc.
Your hypocrisy (and Fox's Gretchen Carlson's hypocricy) is beyond the pale. You never seem to have any problem when a republican does these things, but when a democratic President does the exact same thing, then its unacceptable. I give a lot of credit to Neil Cavuto (your colleague on Fox) as he criticized all those (like yourself) for spewing fake outrage about Obama's appearance with Jimmy Fallon.
I applaud your effort,Mary Fr.Manhattan but you don't actually think you'll make a dent in Mr.Starnes rhetoric,do you?
At least President Bush carried a sense of dignity, while Obama is merely a clown who is dishonoring the office at every turn.
Alice, I thought I said President, not a "Rock Czar"!
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