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Alec Baldwin Devotes His Life to Fathers' Right to Abuse
NEW YORK Alec Baldwin went on The View last week to discuss the ranting voice-mail message he left for his 11-year-old daughter. He told Barbara Walters and Rose O'Donnell that he wanted to devote his life to exposing the injustices perpetrated on divorced fathers, and that he hoped to publish a book this fall on parental alienation.
Barbara Walters commented, "But shouldn't you weally be focusing on your welationship with your daughter?"
"Nah," replied Baldwin. "That little pig can fend for herself."
"Do you even know how old she is?" barked O'Donnell.
"She's 11 or 12," he replied, "but that's not the point. The point is that her mother is a fiendish witch who has turned my daughter against me and who is ruining my public image!"
"Weally? How is she doing that?" asked Walters.
"By recording my rants," he replied.
Baldwin said that Basinger's role in his parental alienation was what led him to the tongue-lashing, claiming Basinger manipulated their daughter into refusing to speak with him.
"Calling your child a pig is justifiable if your ex-wife is a bitch," he continued. "I was also frustrated with President Bush. So that was additional justification."
Baldwin said it was important to note that the unleashing of verbal abuse on his daughter was a one-time occurrence. "I have never blown up at anyone before in my life," he said.
He also said he's received an outpouring of support from other fathers who abuse their children.
"I've had a lot of dads say to me that if all of us were to lose our custody rights because you said something inappropriate, we would have a fatherless society," he said. "Kids need to know that their father is boss, so physical and verbal abuse is often called for. Wife abuse is good too.
"I'm going to devote the rest of my life to the right of fathers to abuse their children," he said. "I'm begging NBC to release me from my 30 Rock contract."
However, NBC issued a statement saying that Baldwin would not be released from his contract, not unless advertisers defect from the show.