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Entertainment Weekly‘s Hasselbeck Critique Inspires Morning-After Pill Debate On Message Board

In his 5 Reasons To Live column, Entertainment Weekly‘s Ken Tucker wrote of the View‘s Elisabeth Hasselbeck: “The terror of the View,” and “Dubious human; great TV.” The article was published online Monday, and has since generated over 200 comments in a fiery debate that touches on some of Hasselbeck’s passions: the “Morning-After” pill; Rosie O’Donnell; being pretty.

Robin — Mon, Aug 7, 2006 at 9:55 PM EDT
Don’t you people have anything better to do than complain about a beautiful, young girl on a show called ‘The View’ who’s expressing her views? She’s doing what she’s supposed to do. I agree with just about everything she says, politically, emotionally, and religiously.

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5 Reasons to Live [EW]

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