The founder of the leftist propaganda-fest that is "The View" owns up to her own hatred for Christianity:
New York (AHN) - Veteran interviewer and "The View" co-host Barbara Walters publicly expressed confusion and criticism over a Christmas card she received from President George Bush and First Lady Laura. Walters commented on the overly Christian message written on the card.
"Usually in the past," Walters said, "when I've received Christmas cards, it's been 'Happy Holidays' and so on."
The card, however, featured the verse:
"You alone are the Lord. You made the heavens, even the highest heavens, and all their starry host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them. You give life to everything, and the multitudes of heaven worship you. NEHEMIAH 9:6 (NIV)"
The Huffington Post added that the card also bore the message, "May the joy of all creation fill your heart this blessed season 2007," followed by the signatures of the First Couple.
Walters, who showed the card along with others she received from public figures, asked, "Does this also go to agnostics, and atheists, and Muslims?"
Although the President of the United States reaches out to her in a kind gesture, Barbara Walters can't resist taking a cheap shot at him and Christians in general--yet another reason why you can't take "The View" seriously as a show that was born out of the idea of representing the thoughts of the average American woman. "The Views" panelists are mostly liberals and the views of the only conservative, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, are often shouted down, dismissed or derided. Then too is the fact that the "The View" has rarely featured Hispanic or Asian women on their panel, huge demographics both in the USA. But then the need to make a condescending remark about Christianity by using people who've already dismissed God as a part of the their life, shows you to what lengths liberals will go to just to denigrate anyone who doesn't share their views. Of course, what should one expect from a woman who once hired notorious uber-loon Rosie O'Donnell.