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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Rosie and a bowl of Raisin Bran

Since my accident, I've been forced to live life with one-decent leg. I spend more-or-less ALL of my time awake on the couch. Now that I'm actually awake and at home in the mornings, I've discovered a new quasi-interesting television show to watch while I eat my cereal. This show is THE VIEW. Rosie O'Donnell has made me giggle loudly ever since A League of Their Own. She earned my respect as a major figure in the Million Mom March against gun violence. Rosie's attack on Tom Selleck in 1999 for his involvement with the NRA was a classic moment in TV History.

According to a recent "article", Rosie's co-star, Elisabeth Hasselbeck doesn't know how to deal with Rosie. A snippet...

According to an inside source cited by Rush & Molloy, Hasselbeck "gets so upset all the time" and "can't contain her feelings," thus leading to the daily river of tears, especially because "no one can control Rosie." It seems that Ro's staunch (and strongly expressed) lefty political views are just too much for the right-winged Elisabeth; indeed, "View" watchers have been waiting anxiously for the pair to really push each others' buttons on such topics as gay marriage and the war in Iraq.

Nothing could make for a more enjoyable breakfast than watching a cat-fight between Rosie and Hasselbeck over the Iraq War!

Note: I don't agree with every word uttered from Rosie's mouth. However, I refuse to bash Rosie yet based on her most recent controversial comment since the term "radical Christians" was never defined.


Blogger Jorge Zayasbazan said...

After the episode with Tom Selleck it came out that Rosie had an armed bodyguard take her children to school. Is that a little inconsistent? Rosie's spokesperson said that Rosie had different needs. Is that a little elitist?

By the way I would define Mother Theresa as a "radical Christian."

2:51 AM

Blogger Big Daddy Weave said...

It would be Elitist if she didn't need the bodyguard.

Inconsistent? No. She's a celebrity and there are quite a few kooks who target celebrities. For all we know, she may have had death threats against her or her children. I see no difference between a much needed armed bodyguard and a police escort.

4:41 PM


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