Originally posted by KunsooInteresting that when asked the question about gay marriage she says she 'has been there, done that'. I believe that is a quote. So she has personal experience, having had a same sex marriage, looks like to me. Maybe that is why she is so testy about the issue.
And if you don't ask only the questions I want to answer, even if your questions pertain to issues in the book I came here to hawk, I'm walking right off your set!
Seriously, this is one of the more comic moments in politics.
They blocked the camera so that you wouldn't see her mount her broom.
Originally posted by KunsooWow. So she makes false accusations against the interviewer, essentially accusing him of being a creepy pervert, just to cover her tracks about dodging questions about her position on gay marriage.
She's backtracking now. She says it wasn't the gay marriage question, but the "creepy sex questions."
Did I miss the creepy sex questions?
Originally posted by USArmyParatrooperI suppose O'Donnell was too accustomed to soft-ball interviews by friendlier Fox News hosts to actually face a serious question.
Where does she get the idea that the guest gets to dictate the questions? Why is she running away from material she wrote and spoke about?