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The View's New "Star": Just As Fucking Annoying As The Last One


The View loves having African-American conservatives (Amy Holmes, Sherri Shepherd) on the show—but not today! In fact, the other ladies on the View panel this morning were visibly irked by the presence of one Star Parker, a woman with a dark past who claims she's seen the light, as it were. Star, a born again Christian who runs a "think tank" called CURE (Coalition On Urban Renewal & Education), is happy to cast the first stone at gay marriage, abortion-rights, evolution, socialized health care, and, uh, Angelina Jolie. And though her policies are sort of to be expected considering her world view, what's laughable is that someone running a think tank has to look up the word "conservative" in the dictionary.

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It had to happen...Star Parker finally found her way

onto "The View". It might interest any readers of conscience to indeed check into the "dark past" of Ms. Parker, as she merely hinted at her past during the show.

Ms. Parker is a hypocrite extraordinaire; a few years ago

she lost her younger daughter, aged 14, to a suspicious

death after visiting a teen nightclub, apparently doing

the same things her stalwart-acting mother preaches against. She has also never aired, as far as I've seen, why she left her daughter's father, Rev. Peter Parker.

She seems to simply sweep this matter under the rug.

She appeared once on the "Oprah Winfrey" show where Oprah allowed Ms. Parker to literally run her hyper-

active mouth, railing against welfare mothers, who were

associated with the mother's poverty group, Welfare

Warriors of Milwaukee (I live on the West Coast).

I hope "The View" isn't considering allowing Star

to fill Rosie's shoes, because they will be hearing

from many poverty groups, including Welfare Warriors,

who will educate ABC of this person's past behaviors.