Elisabeth Hasselbeck, lone wolf for Sarah Palin

Elisabeth Hasselbeck defended Sarah Palin against Ashley Judd's attack on her wolf killing policies. "A lot of these vocal celebrities ...get very loud about these animal killings.... Is [Judd] as loud about the 260,000 kids that are killed in abortions each year?" asked Hasselbeck.

As usual, Elisabeth and the other ladies on The View didn't see eye to eye on the topic at hand.  When Whoopi Goldberg and the other ladies suggested that Hasselbeck had gone too far with her comments, she retorted, "What is this the socialist table here?"

Watch the battle here.


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