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Elizabeth Hasselbeck's recent comments on Erin Andrews, concerning her attire on Dancing With The Stars, have not endeared the oft-maligned “View” co-host to many. Hasselbeck made some comments to the effect that Andrews' stalker wouldn't have needed to invade her privacy if he could have just waited to see her outfits. Saying these remarks were a bit insensitive is an understatement. It will take a lot more than short term installment loans for a truckload of mouthwash to wash the taste of foot in mouth after this thing.

Elizabeth Hasselbeck and her remarks on Erin Andrews

On Tuesday, May 4, Elizabeth Hasselbeck opined on The View that Erin Andrews' “Dancing with the Stars” outfights were too revealing. Instead of just saying something like “her outfits are just a little skimpy” and then moving on, she decided that she's the fashion police and that it is acceptable to joke about the Erin Andrews peephole video event and while every person watched in horror:"as inexcusable as it was for that guy to go in and try to peep on her in her hotel room ... I mean, in some way if I'm him, I'm like 'Man! I could've just waited 12 weeks and seen this,' a little bit less, without the prison time!"(This came from the Huffington Post). It would appear that no matter how rich a person gets, you just can't purchase common sense, or class for that matter. Ironically enough, it is forgotten to be displayed by the rich class often.

Erin Andrews isn’t amused at all

To respond to Elizabeth Hasselbeck, Andrews said her remarks were “a slap in the face to victims of stalking and sexual predators” after she appeared on Dancing with the Stars.

Hasselbeck apologizes

Elizabeth Hasselbeck apologized for her remarks on Wednesday May 5. She even teared up during her apology. She doesn’t really be sorry but some are assuming she is only in trouble because she got caught.

Where is the line drawn?

The fallout of Elizabeth Hasselbeck’s Erin Andrews remarks will run its course and could be forgotten in due time by all. In the grand scheme of things, she put her foot in her mouth and seems to have realized it. Nobody should be afraid to say things that have to be said, but some things go just a little bit too far.

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Huffington Post

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/05/05/elisabeth-hasselbeck-slam_n_564...