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Bare Breasts, Mud Slinging,Patriotism and Nascar

Reported by Deborah - February 18, 2005

H&C ran a Fox dream story tonight about an American soldier being discharged for exposing her breasts while mud wrestling at a military party at Camp Bucca in Iraq. A photo of two almost nude,well built women covered in mud and wrestling was flashed on the screen frequently while Hannity reported the story from the Daytona 500 with sounds of motors revving up in the background.It doesn't get better than that for FNC. 2/18/05

Elaine Connelly, military readiness, and Bob Bevelaqua were on hand for a serious debate on this story. Hannity,grave and concerned,was conflicted because he didn't want this young soldier to be singled out while there were other's involved. Her mud covered breasts flashed on the screen followed by shot of her with her Dad, both in uniform.

Elaine Connelly thought that this behavior was unacceptable in such a gender integrated environment. Bob Bevalaqua was concerned that the soldiers couldn't blow off steam like in past wars and thought it was understandable. Then Colmes mentioned that the Sargents were renting out their rooms for sex and Bevalaqua changed his mind.

comment: It's hard to say why this one soldier was singled out since there were others in the mud pit with her.Let's face it, this story was a chance to show some hot looking mud covered women wrestling and their military affiliation made them that much hotter.Also it's no accident that this story was aired on Hannity's night at Daytona 500 right before he took a test drive.

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