#rsrh No, conservatives probably shouldn’t go on Joy Behar’s new Current TV show.

Via Hot Air Headlines comes this encouragement by Joy Behar for conservatives to… hold up, this bit of self-description by Behar is too precious to pass by without special notice:

I am an informed American citizen, that’s my position. I read the New York Times, I read the Nation, I read Newsweek, I read Time Magazine, I read Politico, I read Mediaite. This is what I do!


For the record, I do not blame Mediate for being included in that particular rogues’ gallery: they were, after all, conducting the interview.  There was probably no way to avoid it.


Anyway. There was this little exchange:

TC: Do you plan on having any conservatives on your show?

JB: I will. If they have the balls to come on the show.

I have a better idea, for any random schedulers of Republicans/conservatives that might be reading this: email me  instead for a phone interview.  I can give you three reasons:

  1. I’m not a mild religious bigot (“Mormon fire patrol.” Sheesh).
  2. Talking to me for five minutes will not in fact destroy critical brain cells.
  3. Between this site and RedState.com I have access to more eyeballs than Current TV does.

The last one is probably the most important, I freely admit.

Moe Lane

PS: Mitt Romney probably should go on the View, though.  If nothing else, it’d be fascinating TV.

5 thoughts on “#rsrh No, conservatives probably shouldn’t go on Joy Behar’s new Current TV show.”

  1. Romney on the view…

    “Thank you, Governor, for joining us today.”

    “Well, Barbara, I’d say I’m happy to be here, but that just isn’t true. What I really wanted to do is come on here and see if you and your… associates… would insult my family and belittle my faith to my face, like the bigots that you are.”


    Yeah… like that would happen. They would get ratings, I suppose.

  2. Having seen Andrew Wilkow on Joy’s CNN show, I think he’d have fun smacking her around while still staying polite in her new venue.

  3. It’s almost cute how she thinks that reading those makes her ‘informed’. “That word you’re using? I don’t think it means what you think it means.”

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