Skip to comments.Video: Christine O’Donnell walks off Piers Morgan’s show
Posted on 08/17/2011 5:08:08 PM PDT by Nachum
Via Gossip Cop, such is the viral potential of this video that youre going to end up watching it somewhere. It might as well be here and now.
I dont understand her objection. Did Morgan not let her talk about her book at all during the course of the interview? Or is she just really, really opposed to talking about gay marriage for whatever reason? Unless theres an agreement before the show that certain topics are off-limits, the host is usually free to ask anything he/she wants. Palin just did an hour of questions with reporters last week at the Iowa state fair and didnt rule any subject out of bounds, even though shes not running for anything right now either. Very strange.
CNN, as you might expect, is milking it for all its worth.
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Please make her go away!!!!
Make who go away?
She indicates that she discusses her views on gay marriage in her book, she says she wants to discuss the content of her book, she refuses to talk about her stance on gay marriage...weak. I don’t think he was being rude—obstinate, maybe, but not rude or disrespectful.
1968-Georgia Governor Lester Maddox walks off of the Joe Pyne show:
On the upside, no one saw that happen.
She walked off because they Piers asked her her view on gay marriage. She said I did not come to talk about that and walked off. Welcome to the big leagues put on your big girl panties and answer the question especially when you are selling your book.
What is the profile of someone who buys her book? Seriously. She is a publicity-seeker, nothing more and nothing less. Running for office is just the latest phase of her publicity seeking. Before that, it was going on Maher’s show and making outrageous statements about witch craft. The whole “I’m not a witch” line misses the point. The real point is she went on Maher’s show and said it to gain attention. Now she writes a book. Then walks off the stage in an interview. Publicity-seeking is the thread that runs through all of this. She wants to be important and to get attention. Her time is up and she needs to get off the stage.
All that being said, I do think she WAS weird in this interview and the questions asked of her were not off limits, especially if she states her opinions in her book. She just did her book sales a real negative and perhaps any future hopes for political office were also damaged with this poor interview handling.
The media invited her to that stage. As long as they give her invites she’ll stick around.
I’m not going to watch it because I don’t like her. I only supported her to stop Castle but didn’t think she was a great candidate and wasn’t sad she lost. I got what I wanted. Another establishment liberal hack of a Republican out of the US Senate
I mean “America’s got Talent” not American Idol
I agree completely re: not being a fan of Piers (never watched his show) and the lack of support for O’Donnell.
But...I also agree she might have hurt herself. I heard her in a radio interview. Her thoughts were very disheveled...and carried forward to her speech pattern.
He’s a flaming English dink. You know he wanted to get into relative techniques and methods.
didn’t see it... in my opinion, more conservatives should be walking off those shows... ‘s OK if you don’t like her, I think every post up to now has voiced that opinion of her. I think she’s got verve and has been plenty open as to what she believes... my bet is that certain things were agreed to at the start, and Morgan crossed the line, probably to see what she’d do, or even to hamper her book sales... screw Morgan, no matter who shows up, or walks off.
What a pathetic joke she is. I said it all along.
The DE tea party embarrassed themselves and the rest of us by nominating this ditz. I caught hell from the morons here who put their faith in her. Vindicated.
Regardless of his desires, she came off as weak, weak, weak. If she can't handle debating a mouthpiece like him, she needs to step away from the spotlight.
That’s because she is and has always been a scamming grifter with nothing between her ears.
I had a boss that told me that no question is a bad question if it’s properly answered.
Did Christine indicate, as she started the process of leaving, that a handler-like person was telling her she needed to leave?
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