Only Took Rosie A week To Open her FAT Mouth

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but in reality liberals are more dangerous than anyone


In the War on Terror, Liberals Are More Dangerous Than Muslims
by Don Feder
Posted Sep 11, 2006
In a recent commentary, former New York Mayor Ed Koch -- a Democrat with at least half his brain intact (which makes him the leading intellectual light of his party) -- asked rhetorically, “Why do so many Americans refuse to face the fact that our country is at war with international terrorism?”

Because they’re liberals?

During the Spanish Civil War, as the climatic battle for Madrid approached, the nationalist leader Francisco Franco told a reporter: "I have four columns marching on Madrid and a fifth within the city ready to rise at my call.”

Franco’s comment gave rise to the World War II-era expression “fifth columnist” -- a subversive, the enemy within who works covertly to sabotage a nation or cause. That pretty much describes the part liberals play in the war on terrorism -- except many of them are open in their admiration for Muslim murderers.

If anything, liberals are even more dangerous than Islamacists. The terrorist attacks with bombs and bullets. The liberal saps our will to resist. He rationalizes evil. In the name of civil liberties, he constantly seeks to undermine national security and make it impossible to safeguard our people from another 9/11.

One of the nation’s foremost liberal institutions, Harvard has trained generations of the best and brightest to subvert our republican institutions, corrupt the culture and destroy representative government.

Is anyone shocked by the news that former Iranian President Mohammed Khatami will address Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government tonight? Khatami helped to create Hezbollah, and calls his handiwork “a shining sun that illuminates and warms the hearts of all Muslims.”

When challenged on this bizarre observance of the fifth anniversary of 9/11, David Elwood, dean of the Kennedy School, wrapped himself in the mantle of the free exchange of ideas. “Do we listen to those we disagree with and vigorously challenge them, or do we close our ears completely?” Elwood sniffed.

Good old Crimson -- let every voice be heard and all that. Well, not quite every voice. When he dared to suggest that, regarding scientific aptitude, there may be inherent differences between men and women, the feminist jihad issued a fatwa on then-Harvard President Lawrence Summers, who was eventually driven from his post.

While terrorist honchos are welcome at Harvard, future military officers aren’t. Harvard banned ROTC a generation ago. Students who want to enroll in the Reserve Officer Training Corps have to take classes at MIT, for which they receive no credit at Harvard.

Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney had it right when he characterized Harvard’s invitation to Khatami as “It’s blame America.; it’s hate America.” Back in 1978, Harvard alum John Leboutiller wrote a book called “Harvard Hates America.” If he ever does another edition, the volume could be subtitled, “Now More Than Ever."

Our nation’s colleges and universities -- the People’s Republic of Academia -- are hotbeds of anti-Americanism. It’s hard to say if Osama bin Laden is more popular in Islamabad or New Haven. Yale has the former Taliban mouthpiece on its payroll.

Within months of the murder of 3,000 Americans, Nicholas De Genova, an assistant professor of anthropology and Latino studies at Columbia, told an anti-war rally that he prayed for “a million Mogadishus” (in reference to the 1993 ambush where 18 U.S. soldiers died). De Genova added, “The only true heroes are those who find ways that help defeat the U.S. military.”

Not all of the criminally insane are confined in East Coast institutions. Ward Churchill -- the pseudo-Indian who was then a professor at the University of Colorado -- called the Americans who died on September 11, 2001 “little Eichmanns” who were defeated by the “gallant sacrifices of the combat teams.”

The left was saturated in treason in the 1960s. Academia is occupied territory, which year after year indoctrinates the next generation of America-haters who will go forth to corrupt others through the mass media, publishing, education and non-profits.

All of the institutions liberalism controls are hotbeds of sedition. The New York Times works overtime to emasculate America’s response to Jihadism.

In June, The Times exposed a covert program to track the financial transactions of suspected terrorists. National security be damned! Don’t terrorists have a right to know who’s looking over their shoulder?

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said he was deeply troubled by the success of terrorist groups in manipulating the U.S. media. It’s helpful to think of The New York Times as Al Jazeera’s infidel subsidiary.

Mike Wallace, that most useful of idiots, recently interviewed Iran’s lunatic-in-chief Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and reported the man who threatens to wipe Israel off the map is a helluva fellow. “He’s actually, in a strange way, he’s a rather attractive man, very smart, savvy, self-assured, good looking in a strange way,” Wallace babbled to the Hollywood Reporter. As the German playwright says in “The Producers,” “The Fuehrer was a great dancer!”

The liberal media specializes in sanitizing scum. The New York Times refuses to call Hamas a terrorist group, instead labeling it an “armed resistance” (and the Nazis were a social movement?). Says Reuters wire service, “One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter” and one man’s crematorium is another man’s camp fire.

The judiciary has spent half a century legislating the liberal agenda. Now, it’s decided to oversee anti-terrorist operations, applying the same principles here that have given us the Miranda warning, the exclusionary rule and furloughs for lifers.

In mid-July, U.S. District Court Judge Anna Diggs Taylor (a Carter appointee, naturally) declared that a government program to intercept overseas phone calls between persons in the U.S. and al-Qaeda operatives abroad was unconstitutional. The TPS (Terrorist Surveillance Program) had a chilling effect, Taylor Diggs ruled, in a suit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (speaking of terrorist operatives).

If Harvard needs a Khatami-class commencement speaker, is it not a gross violation of his civil liberties to monitor Dean Elwood’s calls to some cave in Afghanistan?

In June, the Supreme Court’s Shiite majority -- Stevens, Souter, Ginsberg, Breyer and Kennedy -- blocked the trial of terrorist suspects by military tribunals. Presumably, this too has a chilling effect on Allah’s frequent flyers. If the Supreme Court had told FDR that using military courts to try spies and saboteurs was unconstitutional, he would have hauled them before a military tribunal.

Our courts are the third branch of the Iranian government.

If American voters give the Democrats control of Congress this year, they might as well make Sheik Hasan Nasrallah Speaker of the House and have done with it.

The Donkey Serenade is predictably monotone. Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid want us to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq at the end of the year, regardless of the situation on the ground. (Newsflash during the Battle of the Bulge: “Congressional Republicans Demand A Timetable For Withdrawal of US Forces From Europe”).

Prior to the U.S. sending in ground forces, former President Jimmy Carter (who was instrumental in the fall of the Shah of Iran) was convinced, “There is no current danger to the U.S. from Baghdad.” And if there was, little Jimmuh would have crashed a few helicopters in the desert to deal with it -- or would have had his buddy Clinton bomb an aspirin factory.

Needless to say, Carter (who never met an anti-American thug he didn’t adore) is getting a tête-à-tête with Khatami. Perhaps they can discuss their mutual aversion to Israel. (Carter in an August 15 interview in Der Spiegel: “I don’t think that Israel has any legal or moral justification for their massive bombing of the entire nation of Lebanon. And I represent the vast majority of Democrats.”)

Lastly, Sen. Patty Murray (who actually helps to depress the combined IQ of other Congressional Democrats) explained that Osama bin Laden’s popularity in the Islamic world is due to his humanitarian achievements: “He’s been out in these countries for decades building schools, building infrastructure, building day care facilities, building health care facilities and people are extremely grateful. He’s made their lives better. We have not done that.” Guess America doesn’t have a foreign aid program.

Hitler built the Autobahn. Stalin gave Russia a swell public works program. Genghis Khan was into urban renewal and population planning.

Hey Patty, Osama is loved by his Muslim brothers because he kills Americans and Jews, not because he builds day care centers for black-clad career women.

As for that other bastion of brain-dead liberalism -- Hollywood -- there’s a fierce competition to see who can be the most hysterical in denouncing the president.

“The (impending) war with Iraq is unconstitutional, immoral and illegal” -- Jessica Lang. “I beg you to help save America before yours is a legacy of shame and horror” -- Sean Penn. Bush has “taken the events of 9/11 and has manipulated the grief of the country, and I think that’s reprehensible” -- Dustin Hoffman. And my favorite Hollywood savant (and mistress of subtlety), “I hate Bush, I despise him and his entire administration” -- Barbra Streisand.

From the ACLU to the Sierra Club, institutional liberalism is doing its best to assure an al-Qaeda victory. The Luddite left is still trying to block the development of oil reserves in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (estimated at 10.4 billion barrels) -- presumably on the theory that it’s good for America to be energy dependent on the terrorist-subsidizing Saudis.

The public schools too are doing their part to undermine morale on the home front.

One school district in California requires children to role-play at being Muslims, to better appreciate the religion of peace. (“OK, kids, let’s pretend to strap explosives to our bodies and kill Zionists.”) The same federal courts that say “One Nation Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance is an establishment of religion, have sanctioned indoctrination in the left’s favorite religion.

In Kentucky, a 7th-grade social studies teacher burned small American flags in two separate classes, supposedly to illustrate the right to dissent -- the same flag that is draped over the coffins of U.S. servicemen coming back from Iraq.

What are smelly savages lurking in Baghdad’s back streets compared to the foregoing?

The only way America will ever be defeated by death-worshipping theocrats who’ve crawled out from under a Dark Ages rock is with the help of the mullahs' fifth column -- academia, the media, the judiciary, public education, Hollywood and the Democratic Party.

Of the two suicide cults America confronts, liberalism is by far the more lethal.
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=16958
 
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Rosie O'Donnell, the new host of The View, restrained herself for exactly one week before letting fly with her extreme liberalism. On the September 12 edition on Tuesday, in response to fellow co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck's comment that militant Islam is a grave threat, O'Donnell countered that "radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America." The comedienne also ridiculed America's response to 9/11: "We were attacked not by a nation. And as a result
of the attack and the killing of nearly 3,000 innocent people we invaded two countries and killed innocent people in their countries."

to watch the Real or Windows Media video, or MP3 audio, go to: newsbusters.org

The segment, which aired at 11:16am EDT, saw Ms. O'Donnell open up and, for the first time as a 'View' host, express her true outlook. The exchange began with Rosie inquiring as to whether anyone watched President Bush's address to the nation. She then read from the speech:
"He had one sentence that I thought struck me. I thought, what did everyone think? 'The safety of America depends on the outcome of the battle in the streets of Baghdad.' And I would say the outcome, really, of America really depends on the battle in the streets of New Orleans, that that city is still decimated and $303 billion have been spent fighting this war. If, literally, a third of that money was put into Katrina and facilitated with honest people who knew how to do it, we wouldn't be in the situation we're in."
O'Donnell may be unaware of this, but $110 billion has been designated for the Gulf Coast clean-up. My math could be wrong, but I believe that's at least a third. Co-host Joy Behar, a fellow liberal, chimed in with this question: "Don't you think it's clear at this point that they don't care about New Orleans? If they cared about it, they would have fixed it already."

The fact that she believes New Orleans should be completely "fixed" in a year is besides the point. 'The View,' a program that is supposed to represent the perspectives of women, is now almost completely in the control of Move-On-type liberals. Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the show's token Republican, meekly submitted to the liberal onslaught. She replied simply, "They should give more."

O'Donnell saved her harshest comments for the war on terror. After Hasselbeck had the temerity to mention the threat of extreme Islam, O'Donnell responded with her slap at Christianity: "And just one second, radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America."

This proved too much for even Behar. She replied, in a somewhat bewildered manner: "But, but Christians are not threatening to kill us. There's that difference. This group is threatening to kill us."

Hasselbeck also appeared surprised by O'Donnell's comment. She maintained: "We are not bombing ourselves here in the country." The comedienne had a clever retort for this: "No, but we are bombing innocent people in other countries. True or false?"

There are two points to be made here. First, apparently Rosie believes that the federal government is a branch of "radical Christianity." Secondly, has she never heard of World War II and the innocent civilians that unfortunately died in the struggle against Nazism? Was that war wrong? Showing a loose grasp on international politics, O'Donnell stated that "Iraq and Afghanistan never threatened to kill us. Ever." Again, perhaps Ms. O'Donnell is unaware of exactly where the Taliban trained and plotted. Finally, on the subject of terrorism, no Rosie segment would be complete with out left-wing, bumper sticker rants. She informed her audience of these grand pronouncements:

# O'Donnell: "We will never bring peace at the hands of war....As a species we have to rise above it."

# O'Donnell: "But in life, you have two choices always, faith or fear. A government should lead by faith, never by fear."

# O'Donnell quickly added that, when she said faith, she didn't mean Christianity, but faith in "humanity" and "equality."

It appears as though the honeymoon is over. Viewers should expect more hard-left, blame-America comments from Rosie O'Donnell, "The Queen of Nice."
http://www.mrc.org/cyberalerts/2006/cyb20060913.asp#3
 

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Osama is loved by his Muslim brothers because he kills Americans and Jews, not because he builds day care centers for black-clad career women.

LOL

great article......
 
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Osama is loved by his Muslim brothers because he kills Americans and Jews, not because he builds day care centers for black-clad career women.

LOL

great article......
If you really think about her comments she is also implicating our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, who are also building schools and training civilians and police to defend themselves against terrorism....I wonder if any of these Hollywood bigmouths even think before opening their mouths???
 

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unfortunately, i am unable to type the one word that most aptly describes rosie as this message board censors it.....i did e-mail it to her though
 

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I wonder if any of these Hollywood bigmouths even think before opening their mouths???
How do you know this stuff came out of her mouth? Could have come out of several other orifices!:poop: :huh:
 
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How do you know this stuff came out of her mouth? Could have come out of several other orifices!:poop: :huh:
Well thank you for that helpfull visual:laugh:
 

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One bad word about a Jew and Rosie is dead meat. hmmm somehow by just saying "Rosie" and "dead meat" in the same sentence I managed to even gross myself out.:puke3:
 

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unfortunately, i am unable to type the one word that most aptly describes rosie as this message board censors it.....i did e-mail it to her though
I didn't know the word "wide load" is censored on the board!
 
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One bad word about a Jew and Rosie is dead meat. hmmm somehow by just saying "Rosie" and "dead meat" in the same sentence I managed to even gross myself out.:puke3:
To my knowledge terrorist bombs don't differentiate between Liberals and the rest of us, so I wonder if they got that memo:duh3:
 

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Ya know... Rosie O'Dungheap only say dumb things when her lips are moving.

Rosie O'Donnel should be the poster child for ignorance, hands down. There is no one that comes close to her level of brazen stupidity and lack of class all around. The only thing that comes close to emitting anything close to as objectionable as Rosie O'Donnel's mouth is an open manhole at a sewage treatment plant. Even then, the manhole doesn't sound as ignorant as Miss O'Dumbell.

Yep, "radical" Christians are dangerous all right. "Radical" Christians being anyone that believes that the Bible is God's revealed word, anyone that believes homosexuality is a sin, anyone that believes that abortion is wrong, and in short, anyone that doesn't subscribe to Rosie O'Donnell's warped world view. That should narrow it down to about 50 million or so Americans.

Yep, those "radical" Christians, you gotta watch them every time, why it was radical Christians that leveled the World Trade Centers, attacked the Pentagon, firebombed discos, attacked embassies and US naval vessels, it was radical Christians that oppressed Afghani women into living little better than slaves, that deny them the right to vote, to freedom of expression, that keep their daughters in virtual ignorance and illiteracy. It was radical Christians that executed Theo Van Gogh for exposing how their women were treated by the males of their religion... oh.... wait...

it wasn't radical Christians, it was radical Muslims that did those things!

That's right, it's so called radical Christians that pray for the end of abortion, that vote pro life and for candidates that reflect their own values. In short, radical Christians exercise their Constitutionally granted rights, just like Rosie O'Donnell and the likes of her.

And to Rosie O'Donnell and her ilk, the First Amendment is more dangerous than a theocratic dictatorship or a gang of violent thugs who kill in the name of religion. Because Rosie O'Donnell can't tolerate dissent, she can't formulate an intelligent response to people who disagree with her and she can't formulate an intelligent defense of her own positions.

To Rosie, people should be deprived of guns because she says so, they should be forced to accept gay marriage because she says so, they should be deprived of their rights to property, to freedom of belief and the blessings of liberty because she says so......


just as long as those rules don't apply to her and her fascist buddies.

Yep, Rosie's a credit to the Irish, just like John Gotti was a credit to the Italians....
 

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Fuck Rosie, she's a dyke so her opinion on anything means exactly shit.
 

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Ya know... Rosie O'Dungheap only say dumb things when her lips are moving.

Rosie O'Donnel should be the poster child for ignorance, hands down. There is no one that comes close to her level of brazen stupidity and lack of class all around. The only thing that comes close to emitting anything close to as objectionable as Rosie O'Donnel's mouth is an open manhole at a sewage treatment plant. Even then, the manhole doesn't sound as ignorant as Miss O'Dumbell.

Yep, "radical" Christians are dangerous all right. "Radical" Christians being anyone that believes that the Bible is God's revealed word, anyone that believes homosexuality is a sin, anyone that believes that abortion is wrong, and in short, anyone that doesn't subscribe to Rosie O'Donnell's warped world view. That should narrow it down to about 50 million or so Americans.

Yep, those "radical" Christians, you gotta watch them every time, why it was radical Christians that leveled the World Trade Centers, attacked the Pentagon, firebombed discos, attacked embassies and US naval vessels, it was radical Christians that oppressed Afghani women into living little better than slaves, that deny them the right to vote, to freedom of expression, that keep their daughters in virtual ignorance and illiteracy. It was radical Christians that executed Theo Van Gogh for exposing how their women were treated by the males of their religion... oh.... wait...

it wasn't radical Christians, it was radical Muslims that did those things!

That's right, it's so called radical Christians that pray for the end of abortion, that vote pro life and for candidates that reflect their own values. In short, radical Christians exercise their Constitutionally granted rights, just like Rosie O'Donnell and the likes of her.

And to Rosie O'Donnell and her ilk, the First Amendment is more dangerous than a theocratic dictatorship or a gang of violent thugs who kill in the name of religion. Because Rosie O'Donnell can't tolerate dissent, she can't formulate an intelligent response to people who disagree with her and she can't formulate an intelligent defense of her own positions.

To Rosie, people should be deprived of guns because she says so, they should be forced to accept gay marriage because she says so, they should be deprived of their rights to property, to freedom of belief and the blessings of liberty because she says so......


just as long as those rules don't apply to her and her fascist buddies.

Yep, Rosie's a credit to the Irish, just like John Gotti was a credit to the Italians....
Well, I was going to say something intelligent, timely, and cute, but ............What Karl Marx said, pretty much sums it up.

Good post........:dance:
 
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Even if she were anorexic she would be-----what Manu said.

And I e-mailed her too. Wanna tell her what you think ?

http://abc.go.com/daytime/theview/

Tell Barbara too and see how compassionate she is about Christians.

used your link and shot off a nasty e-mail to Barbara Rosies boss...would not send a e-mail to Rosie (Jane Fondas student) cause' it would only validate her as someone who is dignified...I did give the us message board url and said it was being discussed...will be interesting to see if ABC exec's check it out!
 

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So what exactly is a "radical Christian"
 
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So what exactly is a "radical Christian"
Yes very good question!! In their minds maybe someone who home teaches their kids, or heaven forbid likes the 10 commandments posted in courthouses??
 

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