Well, well, once an ass clown, always an ass clown. I’ve never been a fan of Martin Bashir, I always thought he was a talking head who thought he was smarter than he was, a guy who collected his steady paycheck from the Network, then ran to the set to babble about the benefits of socialism as long as HE wasn’t paying for it. The guy wouldn’t last one day in business. He’s a perfect example of 1) what NOT to say to women and 2) a guy who could never, ever pull off an innuendo laced comment about women. Bill Clinton? Oh hell yes. Dean Martin? Oh hell yes. But Bashir is a CREEPY guy, and creepy guys never, ever get away with remotely sexual comments about women. Cool dudes, yes, creepy dudes, never.
Bashir resigned from MSNBC Wednesday over the sliming of Sarah Palin after meeting with the network’s president, Phil Griffin.
But this isn’t the first time that Bashir has had to apologize for his remarks about a woman. While working for ABC News in the summer of 2008, he was addressing an Asian American Journalists Association convention in Chicago, with his “20/20” colleague Juju Chang also on stage. He began commenting on her dress.
As New York magazine reported in a brief and little-noticed item, Bashir said that “I’m happy to be in the midst of so many Asian babes.” And, he added, “I’m happy that the podium covers me from the waist down.” He said a speech should be “like a dress on a beautiful woman — long enough to cover the important parts and short enough to keep your interest — like my colleague Juju’s.” Some audience members booed, the magazine said. READ MORE…
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