The View panel left Bill O'Reilly alone for five seconds today and tag-teamed another political lightning rod: Wasilla, Alaska mayoral hopeful Levi Johnston.
On the program, the man who knocked up Bristol Palin tried and failed to explain his bid for mayor of his hometown, saying you don't need qualifications.
Hey, that's less ridiculous than him claiming he has any.
Levi Johnston is eyeing Sarah Palin's old office.
When asked by Barbara Walters what his qualifications are, Johnston said the job doesn't call for any and his lack of experience shouldn't be an impediment.
"QThere really are none," he said. "You've got to live in city limits for one year. You don't even need a high school diploma, which I'm working on anyway."
Well, that's reassuring to voters. When Whoopi Goldberg asked about his platform, he blanked. "At this point in time, I couldn't tell you," Levi Johnston said.
"Usually when people say they're running for mayor, they've thought about it before they actually run," Sherri Shepherd countered. Most people do, yes.
Follow the jump for a clip of Levi on The View ...