Wed Feb 20, 2013, 09:36 AM
spanone (78,499 posts)
s.e. cupp and her husband are totally delusional.
the republican policies are great, they are just not selling them properly.
what a crock o shite.
she & hubby are on chuck todd show talking about their republican party
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s.e. cupp and her husband are totally delusional. (Original post)
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Response to spanone (Original post)
Wed Feb 20, 2013, 11:05 AM
July (4,254 posts)
4. I would love to see a timeline on Cupp's career.
Supposedly she was a ballerina for 10 years after (? I assume) college. How did she go from that, and her art and religion studies, to a well-paid position as a pundit?
Who made that happen for her? Is it the same person who writes the crib notes she appears to check frequently when she speaks on the Cycle?
How can the rest of us score a gig like hers? I would gladly make dumbass comments about things I don't understand. Heck, I'd even put on some schoolmarm glasses to at least look like I'm not ignorant.
Response to JoePhilly (Reply #6)
Wed Feb 20, 2013, 01:45 PM
July (4,254 posts)
7. But how did she get there?
Were there no Sarah Palin-ish journalism, history, or poli sci graduates to hold the cutesy chair on The Cycle? Cupp's background makes one wonder how she qualified for this job, no?
Response to July (Reply #7)
Wed Feb 20, 2013, 02:14 PM
JoePhilly (21,376 posts)
8. I forget where I read it but ...
The story that I have heard is that the Conservative movement has, for years, been recruiting "cheerleaders". That is, actual cheerleaders.
People who are attractive and who would make great sales people because they are always smiling and happy to be in front of people.
These people need no other skills other than the ability to "repeat the cheer".
Apparently, she wrote a very Conservative book attacking the liberal media. I first saw her on Larry King debating Stephanie Miller.
But she's just a cheerleader, one who looks like Palin.