According to new stories, Elizabeth Hasselbeck, late of The View and new to Fox & Friends, believes that there should be a video game registry, not a gun registry. Somebody get this woman a brain. Video games don’t kill people, people with guns kill people. We had mass shootings and serial killers long before there was even such a thing as a Video game.
What we do need is 100% background check on every sale – even when father is selling to his son.
We do need is parents being responsible and not buying video games that are not designed for children.
That’s what we need.
What we don’t need is Hasselbeck to muddy the waters of discussion with crap. We don’t need someone who’s claim to fame was being on Survivor. It’s not like she worked hard to get on The View, nor Fox & Friends.
That is what Elizabeth Hasselbeck said yesterday on the View. She isn’t alone in suggesting this, as Barbara Walters briefly suggested something similar on the View (You can find it on YouTube about 3 minute in) back on March 27, 2009. She said, “Maybe it is easier for two women to find a relationship than to find a man.” The statement was practically ignored by her co-hosts. But, understandably, she is Barbara Walters, it’s her show and who is going to call her on it.
I will give Barbara a pass on this, as she does come from a different generation and she didn’t say, “Older men are going for younger women, leaving the older women with no one”, which I found completely offensive. In her defense, she didn’t actually say these late blooming lesbians couldn’t get a man, she just mentioned that the men are looking elsewhere.
Still, I couldn’t help myself and I posted a new video making fun of Elizabeth’s little slip. You can view it here.