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“When Behar asked her question, she at first seemed to think Behar was merely making a lame follow-up to the joke, then did her best to cover for the embarrassing ignorance … I’m not a big fan, but you have to have some professional admiration to the fact that Goldberg was able to keep a straight face and not add anything to Behar’s humiliation as this imbecile dug herself ever deeper,” he wrote.

But Mr. Forsmark was willing to pile on himself, noting that Miss Behar regularly ridicules others as dumb. “If you really want to hear [Mrs. Behar] at full-out bray, just bring up Sarah Palin. Here are a couple of notable examples. ‘She is SO dumb.’ ‘She is not coherent. The woman cannot construct a sentence,’” Mr. Forsmark wrote.

Taken for a ride

This week and next, everybody who’s anybody in the world of “saving the planet” will be in Copenhagen, … leaving a much bigger carbon footprint. A report last week in the London Telegraph counted up all the limousines and private jets around the Danish capital.

“You want to talk about a carbon footprint? Lets take for instance, Majken Friss Jorgensen, managing director of Copenhagen’s biggest limousine company. She says her firm normally has twelve vehicles on the road during any random day. During the ‘summit to save the world,’ which opens in Denmark on Monday, she will have 200. Jorgensen says that between her and her rivals the total number of limos in Copenhagen next week has already broken the 1,200 barrier. The French alone rang up on Thursday and ordered another 42,” wrote the conservative blogger Fire Andrea Mitchell, which reports on liberal media bias.

“The Copenhagen airport says it is expecting up to 140 extra private jets during the peak period alone, so far over its capacity that the planes will have to fly off to regional airports — or to Sweden — to park, returning to Copenhagen to pick up their VIP passengers,” the blog wrote.

Victor Morton may be reached at vmorton@washingtontimes.com.