In the relevant scene [which can be (though, for the point, need not be) viewed here], Jillian was invited over for dinner by Brian's family, and they were purposely asking her questions to elicit stupid answers that would entertain them. The following exchange ensued:
Stewie: So Jillian, what are your views regarding Homeland Security? Do you think that we should support what the President's is doing?This is the scene where this discussion occurred. Jillian is seated at the left:
Jillian: Well . . . I just think . . . for starters . . . that sometimes the Government has things they can't tell us, and truth-ish-ly, we should just accept that.
Several days ago, right-wing blogs were excitedly discussing a rather ludicrous argument that took place on television program, The View, between Bush critic Rosie O'Donnell and Bush defender Elizabeth Hasselbeck, during which the following exchange occurred (at roughly 2:05 of the video):
This is the scene where this discussion occurred. Hasselbeck is seated at the right:
Hasselbeck: I trust our government and I trust our allies much more than I trust our enemies on the War on Terror.
O'Donnell: Would you say you trust the Bush administration as much as you did when he first took office?
Hasselbeck: You know what . . . in a time of war . . . I think you are in a position where you have to trust your government.