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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Suggests Michelle Obama Has Something to Hide

HasselbeckView host Elisabeth Hasselbeck showed her support for Cindy McCain at the RNC by taking a swipe at Michelle Obama, suggesting that Obama is keeping some sort of devious secret.

"Cindy came into our hair and make-up room fresh as can be. And unlike another wife of a political candidate who shall remain nameless, she didn't come with a list of topics that we weren't allowed to touch. Nope. That's because she has nothing to hide."

Except, of course, most of her tax returns.

Watch the clip, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. She's our generation's Anita Bryant. Gross.

    Posted by: Farrah | Sep 9, 2008 3:13:34 PM


  2. STFU b*tch maybe she had a list of questions she didn't want be be answered because the obamas don't want the media all in they personal life cindy had no questions to hide because no one cares to ask her personal questions because they suck and are old as dirt

    Posted by: OH SNAP | Sep 9, 2008 3:33:31 PM


  3. Elizabeth is one of those shrill republican woman who actually should be home having babies and serving their man, according to the bible.
    I wish Bush would just criminalize abortion so that the progressives would rise up and say ENOUGH! with their vote.
    Of course this will not happen because gays and fetus' bring out the vote for them.
    We are being USED to scare people into voting republican.


    Posted by: Tyler | Sep 9, 2008 3:34:21 PM


  4. This bitch is so dumbe you shouldnt even compare her to the other republicans..even on fox news she manages to sound dumbe..who the heck gave her a mike..Babwa walters should be ashamed of putting sucvh a dumbe bitch on tv as a representative of women..she makes my skin crawl..the only educated women on the view alwasy get dumpes simply because babwa's journalist prowess must have began and ended with teh cating couch and she cant think either....

    Posted by: miap | Sep 9, 2008 3:39:14 PM


  5. Hasselbeck is a republican whore.

    And blonde.

    Posted by: Olive Yurdich | Sep 9, 2008 4:19:27 PM


  6. Misogyny -- alive and well here at Towleroad.

    Elisabeth isn't anti-gay. It's foolish to make that assumption because she so stupidly supported Bush for the last 8 years.

    As someone else said, the level of hatefulness here is sad. Remember Karma.

    Posted by: paul | Sep 9, 2008 4:32:11 PM


  7. Joy, Whoopi and Barbara illustrate all that is wrong with this country today. Godless, liberal fembots that would like nothing more than to turn this country over to Obama so he can destroy it.

    Posted by: Republigirl | Sep 9, 2008 4:43:13 PM


  8. Michelle Obama is an ugly left-wing radical and Cindy McCain is a stuck-up rich bitch. I don't like either of them! I can't stand their husbands either!

    Everyone here is as stupid as Elizabeth! Calling her names just shows what kind of crass and low-class you people are!

    Idiots and jerks are all around in this case!

    Posted by: Middle | Sep 9, 2008 5:11:00 PM


  9. Too bad when you say some stupid Sh!t like this you don't just spontaneously combust....people always want to stray from the point and this idiot does that EVERY SINGLE DAY. Blondes = Drama Why doesn't she just get blacklisted already? Oh i forgot its cuz no one likes her ENOUGH to give a shit where her career goes so she will just keep trying to put her name in people's mouths with stupid political comments. She's gettin old real fast, NEEEEXXXXXXT

    Posted by: Anonymous | Sep 9, 2008 5:50:37 PM


  10. I love Elizabeth Hasselbeck! She's like Ann Coulter's retarded sister...

    Posted by: mcQ | Sep 9, 2008 6:07:00 PM


  11. This chick went straight from her father's house, to the sorority house, to her husband's house.

    The imbecile knows NOTHING.

    Posted by: Jason | Sep 9, 2008 6:21:53 PM


  12. i for one was impressed with cindy mccain at the republican convention. i'm not republican but i admired her poise, her graciousness, sense of fashion style, and her humanitarian work to which i think she is truly devoted to and sincere about. hasslebeck is another matter of course. the less said about her the better. but i'd love to see sarah palin on the view and let miss whoopi ask her some choice questions. i'd bet they'd rock, palin and whoopi, the both of them.

    Posted by: the queen | Sep 9, 2008 6:31:36 PM


  13. Elisabeth is not and never was relevant. I don't need a washed-up reality star telling me how to vote.

    Posted by: Mel | Sep 9, 2008 6:40:52 PM


  14. Elisabeth really has nothing important to say, she is just an annoyance. To all those saying we should not be criticizing her, though, we will leave you to your little sactimonious self-loathing beds of nails, shall we?

    Understand this: EH will do any and everything she can to make sure people that hate everything about us get elected. Ugh! Nothing could be worse for us or the country!

    Ultimately, though, what she did really was very bad form... the TV equivalent of talking out of bed... shows REAL class, right Elisabeth?

    Posted by: CK | Sep 9, 2008 7:37:08 PM


  15. nothing to hide. oh, except for that whole drug-addiction-stealing-from-her-charity thing. and the fact that she's a stepford wife flown in from outer space.

    Posted by: achoo | Sep 9, 2008 7:41:18 PM


  16. If you ask me this this bitch is full of shit

    Posted by: Maria | Sep 9, 2008 7:49:55 PM


  17. This woman annoys the crap out of me. That is why they like to make her cry on The View. For someone that claims to be extremely conservative and a Republican, she sure can't suck it up and handle it like a real woman. Stop crying when Barbara Walters is trying to debate with you. Geesh...

    Posted by: leopardgirl | Sep 9, 2008 9:08:45 PM


  18. She annoys me too! She's so naive and stupid!
    i want someone to slap some common sense into her! The only reason I still watch The View is because of Whoopi and Joy. Barbara is starting to get on my nerves but I love watching her treat Elisabeth like an annoying little child.

    Posted by: toledo | Sep 9, 2008 10:22:17 PM


  19. jeeez...why is everyone so mean? everyone has a right to their own opinion. i agree that this elizabeth lady isn't the smartest tool in the shed...but there's no reason to jump on her for stating her beliefs.

    Posted by: JA | Sep 9, 2008 10:42:07 PM


  20. I think people react strongly to her because she's sarcastic, she's extremely defensive, and very smug. There are other Republicans who aren't as offensive. If she's going to act that way, then she's going to get a strong response from people.

    Posted by: Davd T | Sep 9, 2008 11:24:16 PM


  21. Ah who cares what this dumb blonde skank "thinks".

    Elizabitch is just there for "controversy" since her "views" really are just typical republiCON self-righteous blabber.

    Posted by: FunMe | Sep 10, 2008 12:08:35 AM


  22. Elizabeth Hasselbeck is an intelligent, well spoken and elegant lady unlike many of her co-hosts. She is bright and smart enough to see the details and mention them to us. Elizabeth manages to respond to the Democrats surrounding her and keep her pace in an often hostile environment. Thank goodness someone is able to speak up and say they are Republican without feeling too intimidated by the bullying self righteous Democrats.

    Posted by: Shakira | Sep 10, 2008 1:19:46 AM


  23. Jeeze are all liberals as bitter, angry, self centered and un educated as those posted here. Seriously, democrats wanting to figure out what goes wrong with your party, just read the comments posted. How can you even have an intelligible conversation with people like this! Uhg!

    Posted by: neutralme | Sep 10, 2008 9:47:07 AM


  24. Is it just me or does Elizabeth sound just like Pailin -- scary!!

    Posted by: Danin98121 | Sep 10, 2008 10:16:55 AM


  25. Please note: for any celebrity, activist, and/or guest of a talk show, when deciding to appear, your host will obviously be very hospitable to your face, but once the so called "curtains" close, they will go out publically and talk "smack" about you for obvious personal reasons.

    Nice business practice! I wonder if she learned that trick from Scranton (Cranston).

    I will end with this lasting message: If you support an organization that steals the oppositions idea, "change" then shouldn't you start that process right off the back by not insulting one of your guests!

    Posted by: Kimberly | Sep 10, 2008 10:27:31 AM


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