Elisabeth Hasselbeck

June 9, 2011 by Post Team 

Elisabeth HasselbeckElisabeth Hasselbeck, Sarah Palin has snubbed Elisabeth Hasselbeck! Hasselbeck dutifully campaigned with Palin for running for higher office in 2008 – but the couple is no longer in contact, reports Pop Eater. “I think Elisabeth is a good friend. Remember birthdays and even with a busy schedule always has time to get in touch with their friends,” said a source.

“However, Sarah was disappointed. Elisabeth has approached her several times but she never responds. “Isabel feels used by Sarah. “When we needed her, she was all Elisabeth and now treats her like a stranger. It’s sad.”

Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who campaigned for Sarah Palin (oh, and John McCain) in 2008 now claims that the former governor is to distract the attention of the media Mitt Romney.

In a recent episode of “The View” Hasselbeck used an interestinganlogy to argue that hockey mom “One Nation” tour was stealing the thunder of Romney’s plan to improve the economy.

“If I had termites in my house, I became someone I could deal with it,” said the former winner of “Survivor.” “Mitt Romney, right now, his specialty is the economy there I would have is why are not we hearing: … Because Sarah Palin on a bus and now that manipulation, in terms of media attention”

Hasselbeck anguish against Alaska may seem odd considering that in 2008 guaranteed that if Palin Hasselbeck came to the White House would fight against corruption in DC.

“Did I mention that this woman, she has a real talent for cleaning? Cleaned the house up in Alaska. Yes,” Hasselbeck said while introducing Palin at a rally in Tampa, Florida, in 2008. “All that corruption went away and the good guys are up to these days, it has no place in your state -. And Gov. Palin has no place used the same mop to clean up Washington and Wall Street, Guaranteed “.

This is not the first time the co-host talk show has been critical of Palin. Hasselbeck In 2010 reluctantly agreed to “View” colleague Joy Behar for the use of cross-shaped SarahPAC an ad against the Democrats in the House who voted for health care reform.

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