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    I'm sure liberals really care what Rosie says. It seems like it's conservative talking heads that always care about what she's doing. You have a fat woman fetish, ELORocks?
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    No...good luck seeing this on any evening newscast. Did you know that Andy Dick threw a racist fit last week ala Michael Richards??? Nope..and you never will because he is gay.
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    Not sure how you link this to liberalism, seems like a stretch to me, but kinda used to it by now though..

    Did you see this part of the article, somewhat tempers the intent of this post, from Page 6.

    December 13, 2006 -- ROSIE O'Donnell and Georgette Mosbacher are new best friends. Rosie, a liberal on most issues, was a dinner guest the other night at the Fifth Avenue aerie of the flame-haired Republican fund-raiser. When Georgette complained that so many of her rich friends had failed to give anything to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which is building a state-of-the-art rehabilitation facility in San Antonio for wounded combat veterans, Rosie instantly offered to donate $300,000, to the surprise of her wife, Kelli, and her "View" co-host Barbara Walters. A grateful Mosbacher laughed, "There's hope for bipartisanship."
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    Lol, way to distort what happened. He purposely started his skit by imitating Richards, saying "You're all n-----rs!" before doing his skit. Lots of people didn't find it funny and he later apologized, but there was no racist fit (he wasn't being heckled or anything).
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    The black comedian Wynans or whatever his name is did the same thing in the same club that Richards did last week, he said the "N" word sixteen times, many in the audiance got up and walked out as they did with Richards they found it offensive even from a Black man, Wynans was fined $20 lol.

    Wynans is Black so the only media that I know of to report it was "Fox News" as usual, Fox tells you everything the other "Biased Bastards" don't want you to know.

    The SOW COW PIG WOMEN ROSIE can and does say anything she wants, she is not only a liberal Bush Hating democrat but she is a lesbian to boot, the liberal media wouldn't dare attack her, in fact they LOVE THE TUB OF SH!T

    I wonder what the reaction from the NY Times and CBS would be if Jenna Bush said the "N" word, publicly :singing: :singing:
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    I heard what Rosie said, its nothing and people need to lighten up.


    Asians who are offended by this should spend more time worrying about the thousands of people from China and other Asian countries coming over from the pacific rim in cargo containers packed to the gills and then being sold into child slavery rings or sweatshops.
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    Turd I agree. Rosie is falling victim to the PC police. I guess in PAtters world it would be "understandable" since so many white righties have fallen to this same type of criticism in the past.

    Never knew that about the Wayan dude Harry. Nor did I about Andy Dick.
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    Well, the fact that Rosie wigged out at Kelly Rippa for an assumed jab at gay people (even though Clay Aiken never publicly claimed to be gay) Its perfectly ok in her mind to insult a billion Chinese people? WTF was it thinking????
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    2 things NEM, first, I am not a Liberal, who, as we are always told is the party of tolerance. I am a conservative, who according to you, "Supports Fuhrer Bush" and his "Warmongering" etc, etc. Second, that shamefull dyke wiggs out when anyone allegedly makes a gay slur (AKA Kelly Rippa). To her thats a crime...but she can open her piehole and insult a billion people. It seems like that liberal scumball wants to have it both ways. Besides, i dont really consider her to be an American, she was hatched on the planet of Carpetmunch.
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    Saw this recently online in a Dallas newspaper:
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    "My father instructed me to turn a deaf ear to my tormentors, but I must say that while sticks and stones may break my bones, words also really hurt you.

    I can remember at times thinking that perhaps if I weren't Chinese, I would be able to blend in more easily.

    As an adult, I also hear these words from other adults – and not always in a friendly, joking manner.

    Why do these words have so much power? I think it is because it goes to the core of who we are. They also serve as reminders that no matter how long we've lived in this country, we may never be accepted; we will continue to be looked upon as foreigners, different, strange, exotic.

    According to the Asian American Justice Center's audit of anti-Asian violence, many of the hate crimes reported in the last 10 years originated with similar racial taunts.

    Why is it that Ms. O'Donnell doesn't understand that these words are as repugnant as Mel Gibson's anti-Semitic comments or Michael Richards' racist remarks? It's wrong for someone to use the N-word or do a stand-up comedy routine in black face, so how can it be OK to make fun of the way Chinese people talk? "

    http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcon...column_14met.ART0.North.Edition1.3ebcca7.html
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    Rosie O' Donuts proved what a d.b. she is when she did that Tom Selleck interview years ago. Selleck comes on to promote some movie or something and she ambushes him about his stance on gun control.

    She adamantly supports gun control - except, of course, her and her family's personal bodyguards are allowed to have guns. Nope, no hypocrisy there..!!
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    I think you meant to say that she adamantly opposes gun control
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    Does she have armed bodyguards? I don't know, but it sounds like one of those things you'd say whether it were true or not.
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    Do you know how many people want to sock her in her fat piehole?
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    No doubt about it, and part of me wants to see someone succeed, but bodyguards don't usually carry guns.
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    Well, that cartoon sure convinced me.
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    As if you need convinving. You're the bottom line guy right?
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    Rosie O'Donnell's body guards carry guns, 24 hrs a day, this whack job doesn't want you to protect your family with one though. (it can be googled)

    Rosie wants to take your gun away but she wants her body guards to keep their's to protect her Rotten Bastard Slobbering Pig Sh!t Body.

    It isn't hard to understand why she has to have armed Body Guards though is it?
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    Nope--see my last post on that subject...
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    Are you kidding..? She is a huge supporter of gun control... well, for everyone except her and her hired bodyguards... see, they are allowed to have guns but the rest of us can't...

    I mean, she thinks guns should be outlawed (for everyone except her) so I guess you might say what she supports goes beyond "gun control"...
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    You're right...my bad. Actually she is the poster girl for gun rights
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    I think your statement here is very fair and I would agree with it except for one itty-bitty problem... when Kelly Ripa said to (I believe it was) Clay Aiken "I don't know where (your hand) has been," Rosie O'Donuts tore into her for being grossly offensive to homosexuals. It was quite the cat-fight. So Rosie (once again) exposes herself as an extreme hypocrite with (1) Her offensive remarks towards Chinese and (2) Her whole "lighten up, it's no big deal" attitude in response.

    POST SCRIPT: For the record, the main reason I know all this crap is simply because I am a big Jimmy Kimmel fan, and he chronicles the ongoings on daytime television quite thoroughly on his show. Funny stuff.
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    Can anyone actually even show where her bodyguards carry guns, or are you just making stuff up to rile yourselves up?
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    Here is the Tom Selleck Rosie exchange. I'm actually in favor of sensible gun controls. I don't think people should be able to walk into a 7-11 and buy a Glock with their Slurpie. On the other hand, I think responsible people should not be guidelined to death when it is fact that lawfull owners are not part of the gun violence problem. Anyhow....


    Transcript of Tom Selleck
    & Rosie O'Donnell's NRA Discussion
    transcribed by Otherone


    Rosie: We're here with Tom Selleck who's a member of the NRA. Three months ago you joined the NRA.
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    Tom: I did. I actually joined to do an ad. Because, I've done a lot of consensus work for like the last 7 to 8 years and what disturbs me and I think disturbs a lot of Americans is the whole idea of politics now-a-days which seems to be, 'if you disagree with me, you must be evil' as opposed to 'if you disagree with me, you must be stupid'. That's very American.
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    You know, the demonizing of a group like the NRA is very disturbing. And that coupled with the idea that the government is getting into the idea of suing. We did it for noble reasons with tobacco. I think it was a mistake. Then they moved to gun makers, now they're suing television shows. Oliver Stone there's a suit on his movie.
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    I think the First Amendment, the Second Amendment, and all of the Bill of Rights are extremely important. And somebody needs to stand up at times where... maybe some of our politicians are demagogue-ing issues. Reasonable people should disagree in this country; we should celebrate that, not consider it a threat.
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    Rosie: Right, but I think that the reason that people are so extreme against the NRA is because the NRA has such a militant strength, especially a power in Washington to veto or to stronghold any sensible gun law. They have been against every sensible gun law, until yesterday, including trigger locks, so that children, which there are 500 a year that die, don't get killed.
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    Tom: I'm not a spokesman for the NRA. In fact, all I can tell you is, I was a member when I was kid. I was a junior NRA member. I learned firearm safety. And from what I can see in the last three months, they don't do a lot of the stuff that you assume that they do.
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    Rosie: I don't assume.
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    Tom: They are for trigger locks. The NRA is for a lot of things as long as they're voluntary.
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    Rosie: They're against the registering of guns. We have to register cars. Why shouldn't we register guns so that when a crime is committed we can trace who has owned it?
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    Tom: You know, I understand how you feel. This is a really contentious issue. Probably as contentious, and potentially as troubling as the abortion issue in this country. All I can tell you is, rushes to pass legislation at a time of national crisis or mourning, I don't really think are proper. And more importantly, nothing in any of this legislation would have done anything to prevent that awful tragedy in Littleton.
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    What I see in the work I've done with kids is, is troubling direction in our culture. And where I see consensus, which is I think we ought to concentrate on in our culture is... look... nobody argues anymore whether they're Conservatives or Liberal whether our society is going in the wrong direction. They may argue trying to quantify how far it's gone wrong or why it's gone that far wrong, whether it's guns, or television, or the Internet, or whatever. But there's consensus saying that something's happened. Guns were much more accessible 40 years ago. A kid could walk into a pawn shop or a hardware store and buy a high capacity magazine weapon that could kill a lot of people and they didn't do it.
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    The question we should be asking is... look... suicide is a tragedy. And it's a horrible thing. But 30 or 40 years ago, particularly men, and even young men, when they were suicidal, they went, and unfortunately, blew their brains out. In today's world, someone who is suicidal sits home, nurses their grievance, develops a rage, and is just a suicidal but they take 20 people with them. There's something changed in our culture. That's not a simple...
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    Rosie: But you can't say that guns don't bear a responsibility. If the makers of the TEC-9 assault rifle... Why wouldn't the NRA be against assault rifles? This is a gun that can shoot five bullets in a second. This is the gun that those boys brought into the school. Why the NRA wouldn't say as a matter of compromise, 'we agree, assault weapons are not good'?
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    Tom: I'm not... I can't speak for the NRA.
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    Rosie: But you're their spokesperson Tom, so you have to be responsible for what they say.
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    Tom: But I'm not a spokesperson. I'm not a spokesperson for the NRA.
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    Rosie: But if you put your name out and say, 'I, Tom Selleck...
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    Tom: Don't put words in my mouth. I'm not a spokesperson. Remember how calm you said you'd be? Now you're questioning my humanity.
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    Rosie: No, not your humanity. I think you're a very humane man. I'm saying that if you...
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    Tom: Let's just say that I disagree with you but I think you're being stupid.
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    Rosie: But you can't say that I will not take responsibility for anything the NRA represents if you're saying that you're going to do an ad for the NRA.
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    Tom: Really?
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    Rosie: You can't say that. Do you think you can?
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    Tom: Look... you're carefully skirting the issue. It's an act of moral vanity, Rosie, to assume that someone who disagrees with your political agenda to solve our problems, cares any less or is any less shocked...
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    Rosie: I never said you cared less.
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    Tom: Well, let me finish...
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    Rosie: Tom, I don't think you cared less. Nor do I think the men in the NRA cared less.
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    Tom: The women too.
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    Rosie: And the women. I simply said, why can there not be a compromise on the issue...
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    Tom: There IS a compromise! There's a compromise in enforcing laws. There's a compromise with not allowing kids with guns in school. The problem is, and what you don't seem to realize... you seem to have some sort of... look, we all hang out with people we agree with. And you have a one very one-sided view of the fact of what you don't understand...
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    Rosie: As does the NRA and the people you hang out with at the NRA have a one-sided view as well.
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    Tom: I don't hang out with people of the NRA...
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    Rosie: OK, well, you're saying that I hang out with people with my views. I'm just saying...
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    Tom: I said people tend to...
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    Rosie: We all tend to. The NRA does and the un-NRA does.
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    Tom: You know, this is a nice one-sided conversation but you keep interrupting me. Remember how civil you said we were going to be?
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    Rosie: I let you talk for four minutes without saying one thing! I did. I didn't say one thing! I simply asked a question on what their philosophies are. And you don't want to...
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    Tom: I told you... look, when do you want to get to television and violence...
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    Rosie: I agree! I agree.
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    Tom: ...and game shows...
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    Rosie: Game shows?
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    Tom: ...and how do you reconcile...
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    Rosie: You mean video games? I agree!
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    Tom: Please let me finish! Let me say just one thing. What you're really talking about... at least what I'm talking about... is are we a responsible enough society, in terms of television, in terms of guns, in terms of everything else, to be this free? That should frame the debate. My answer unfortunately, in this culture, is 'probably not'. But I'm going to down with the Civil Liberties ship, and all the Bill of Rights, and apply them equally. That's the way I feel. You can ask me specific questions about anything, but it's simply stupid political rhetoric.
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    Rosie: Well, it's not stupid political rhetoric. We also have freedom of speech, but you're not allowed to scream 'fire' in a crowded movie theater because it threatens the safety of other people.
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    Tom: I understand.
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    Rosie: Assault weapons threaten the safety of other people. There's no reason, in my opinion, to have them. You want to have a hunting rifle? Great! You want to have a handgun?
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    Tom: Do you really think the Second Amendment to the Constitution to guarantee hunting and target shooting? Do you really think that's what the Founding Fathers meant?
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    Rosie: I think the Second Amendment is in the Constitution so that we can have muskets when the British people come over in 1800. I don't think it's in the Constitution to have assault weapons in the year 2000. But I'm wrong? I guess...
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    Tom: (nods his head)
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    Rosie: You know, this is the problem. Here's what happens. The people with opposing views, there is no compromise because, you feel attacked, I feel attacked. You feel less understood...
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    Tom: I haven't attacked you. I've disagreed with you.
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    Rosie: And I've disagreed with you as well. But mine comes in the form of attacking because...
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    Tom: I haven't mentioned assault weapons once. I haven't mentioned a lot of things once. The nature of this debate... I didn't come on your show to have a debate. I came on your show to plug a movie. That's what's I'm doing here.
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    Rosie: And that's what we did.
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    Tom: If you think it's proper to have a debate about the NRA, I'm trying to be fair with you.
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    Rosie: As I am trying to...
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    Tom: But this is absurd. You're calling me a spokesman for the NRA.
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    Rosie: Tom, if you are a celebrity and you're doing an ad that says, 'I am the NRA', then what should have been...
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    Tom: Have you read the ads?
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    Rosie: I have read the ads.
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    Tom: Good.
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    Rosie: Did you read the ads?
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    Tom: I said them. I read them when I say them.
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    Rosie: Well, I do too. Well, this is not supposed to be a personal...
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    Tom: Well it's certainly very entertaining, look at the audience, they're just laughing and having a great old time.
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    Rosie: Well it's a serious subject. I don't think it's a lot to laugh about.
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    Tom: Well, that's fine.
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    Rosie: All right, well, this has not gone the way I had hoped it had gone. But, I would like to thank you for appearing anyway, knowing that we have differing views. I was happy that you decided to come on the show. And if you feel insulted by my questions, I apologize, because it was not a personal attack. I was meant to bring up the subject as it is in the consciousness of so many today. That was my intent. And if it was wrong, I apologize to you, on a personal level.
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    Tom: It's your show and you can talk about it after I leave too.
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    Rosie: Well, I thought I would give you an opportunity to discuss your side of it. Which is what I hope that I did. And if I was wrong I'm sorry. (Tom looks away from Rosie) Well, obviously, it didn't do much good.

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    Some of them carry their guns in their underwear, some on their legs, some under their arm pits, and the skinny guy that walks beside her all the time carry's his in a specially custom made "Crotch Holster"

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