Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Couldn't have said it better myself... :^)

The first act of war is dehumanization...
Cave Canem/RB

Even though I thought Rosie was funny in her "Comic Spotlight" days, I have long ago come to see her as an unimaginative, deceptive, shrill, blowhard. A recent case in point, her blowing off of critics about what even David Duke knows is a derogatory affectation of Chinese language. This soon after inferring that Kelly Rippa is a 'homophobe' for merely removing a total strangers hand from touching her face and covering her mouth while he was the guest-host on her show and having the adacity to be pissed about it. Can you imagine the media howling if someone finally covered Rosie's mouth? (OMG)

Usually I 'laugh at' the woman and her antics as typical 'self-important' celebrity nonsense and move on but lately her return daytime television her preternatural ability to keep all cameras 'on her' (which means she wont be going away anytime soon) I find myself wanting to say a few things about what I truly believe is a 'Malignant Ugly American.'

Because I'm neither Asian nor Chinese and I don't feel that disgust with Ms. O'Donnell will carry much weight, or be as nuanced (lol) as it should be.

Still, saying nothing has bothered me for a few weeks.

Today I found and posted below what is a much finer response to Rosie O'Donnell hypocrisy than I would create. Her trite and cynical apology aside this is brilliant response to her original dare I say it 'thoughts.'

Couldn't have said it better myself... :^)

(your thoughts please)

The devil is just one man with a plan, but evil ... true evil is a collaboration of men which is what we have here today. If I am a guilty man, my crime is in daring to believe that the truth will out ... I believe it still. Much as you try to bury it, the truth is out there. Greater than your lies, the truth wants to be known. ...It'll come to you as it's come to me, faster than the speed of light. -agent Fox Mulder