At least I think that's what Sherri Sheppherd said on this segment of The View discussing Rush Limbaugh's recent exploration of the highly under-probed topic of Hillary Clinton's appearance, "Does our looks-obsessed culture want to stare at an aging woman?" (Sample line: "But men aging makes them look more authoritative, accomplished, distinguished. Sadly, it's not that way for women.") It's kind of funny to watch Barbara here — looking a whole lot more authoritative and distinguished than she probs did that time she asked Katherine Hepburn what kind of tree he'd like to be — because she seems truly surprised Rush Limbaugh would say such a thing, like all she really wants is for him to see the flaw in his logic. (Sherri, meanwhile, is apparently on quite the roll.)