Woah! Daily Caller Writer Really Hates New ‘Crossfire’ Host

In case you were wondering, Daily Caller writer Patrick Howley really, really hates Stephanie Cutter, one of the hosts of the new Crossfire on CNN.

Jezebel points out that in his review, he made his displeasure with the liberal commentator by using the following words and phrases to describe Cutter on the first page of his article:

  • “bad”
  • in defiance of taste and public demand
  • a loathsome creature
  • “roots jutting out from her blonde dye job as black as the recesses of her soul”
  • charmless
  • dead eyed
  • tacky
  • a sociopath
  • an empty shell
  • “spewing her flat-throated bile”
  • “without the slightest trace of self-awareness”
  • “a figure of hatred and dishonesty”
  • devoid of any pleasantness or redeeming human value
  • treadmill-stomping
  • Starbucks-chugging
  • monument to modern self-absorption
  • incapable of appreciating good art, fine food, or the love and kindness of her fellow man (Ed: this is about where he starts to sound like a guy who smells like armpit pee yelling at his own reflection in the window of a subway car at 3 pm)
  • unmitigated monster
  • talentless
  • grating
  • fraudulently tanned (Ed: this ostensibly from a conservative who supports the party of John Boehner and Wisconsin Rep. Sean Duffy, who to this day is the orangest person I’ve ever seen in person and I used to work at VH1)
  • possessing “career trophies she earned simply because (Patrick Howley & His Sooper Tough Gang of Frendz) didn’t care enough to stop her from getting them
  • a speed talking tragedy
  • feminism mutated into a grotesque cartoon
  • 90-IQ suburbanite Student Council vice president smugly doodling her gel pens in the front row of the class, mixed with the ranting fever dreams of the Smith College lecture halls, doused with half a dash of unearned metropolitan haughtiness and marinated in the despicable shouting matches of post-Carville politicking
  • Carrie Bradshaw without the literacy (Ed: Cool, topical, of-the-moment reference)
  • Chelsea Handler without the punch lines
  • Kirsten Powers without the prettiness
  • “gorging her face with the spoils of ill-gotten first world privilege
  • someone who “power walks.”

Wow! Why don’t you tell us how you really feel?