(CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden will make his second appearance on "The View," the popular daytime television program geared towards women, later this week.
Biden first appeared on the ABC talk show as a senator in September 2007 to promote his book, "Promises To Keep: On Life and Politics." He makes his return to the program on Thursday.
I hope they have their "F-bomb" censor on hand.....it is a mid-morning show after all.
I love VP Biden! And it was a big f-ing deal! He always makes me laugh, but he must drive Obama crazy.
I'm sure the ladies will ask plenty of questions about his "BFD" comment.
Biden on The View........talk about the shallow end of the think-tank on display...........And as is always the case, the smart, good-looking one, Elizabeth Hasselbeck, she is, naturally, a conservative.
Elizabeth Hassleback is the only interviewer that won't have a puddle on the couch where she sits when he starts talking about Obama.
He will have the lowest IQ on the panel by at least 20 points.
Good job Mr. Vice President. When will the failed one (queen of Alaska), sit down with her fellow ladies and discuss issues. Is she afraid she will get grilled there!
I Support My President And Vice President, But I Am Not Liking This Move. Loose Lips Incoperated (...Or The View) Doesn't Deserve Them As Guests. They Are Obnoxious, Rude, And Impolite!
No comments regarding the continuing antics of our phoney baloney administration are necessary.
The view is just a grandstand venue
for liberal politicians.
Those women are venomous when
a republican is on their show.
Gracefulness is not one of their
I remember how rude they were to
McCain and his wife. They wouldn't even
let Mrs. McCain finish an answer to a
Ha ha, a left wing love fest indistinguishable from Al Jezera.
Al Jezera promotes violence against Americans and Jews, Democrats promote violence against any and all Americans who don't march along to the national socialist Obama agenda. One in the same!
This lighthearted fare of daytime gossip and rant is not conducive to this administration right now. They should be avoiding this type of programming for now and rubbing elbows with bigger minds on better shows, starting with Christian Amanpour's new show.