The Fox Networks FIVE at five in the evening, has become the next reality show of the season. It seems that every reality show aired has a clown and Fox has chosen Beckels to fill that role. Dana Perino appears as the girl next store who has been there and done that with regard to her previous experience as George Bush’s Press Secretary, including the fact that she is attractive, knowledgeable and has a strong sense of current events and she loves her pets as we do. Eric Bolling brings years of expertise with regard to the oil and energy industry, and despite his white board must be taken seriously. Kimberly Guilfoyle, a smashingly attractive woman, an attorney and certainly someone with her fingers on the pulse of the economy and government and current events should be taken more seriously. Greg Gutfeld, who at times takes a comedic approach to the information being presented is clever and pertinent. Andrea Tantaros, also an attractive young woman, provides exceptional insight, having had a background in journalism that allows her to be both incitefull and informative. Juan Williams, whom I like, seems to be asked to offer a rebuttal, any rebuttal to what Dana, Kimberly, Eric, Greg and Andrea propose no matter how disgusting it may be to him. Beckels, on the other hand is the foil that all of us who have debated a position in high school were forced to participate with. He, as well as Williams are paid for taking a position that may or not really sit well with them. BUT MONEY TALKS. DOESN’T IT?
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