Friday, March 16, 2007

Idiot of the Week

Any time I'm having trouble thinking of something to write about, this woman is there to save me. So In her first of what is sure to be many appearances on Falling Panda's Idiot of The Week segment allow me to once again introduce............................................................................

Rosie O'Donnell

On the March 15 edition of "The View," Rosie O’Donnell brought up the news of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s many confessions.

O’DONNELL: "I think the man has been in custody of the American government, in secret CIA torture prisons in Guantanamo Bay, where torture is accepted and allowed, and he finally is the guy who admits to doing everything. They finally found the guy. It's not that guy bin Laden. It's this guy they've had since ‘93. And look, this is the picture they released of him. Doesn’t, he look healthy?"

A transcript of Mohammed's confession to 31 terrorist attacks was released today, but O'Donnell argued it came only after having a "hood on his head and being beaten to death."

You can tell a lot about the type of people who oppose every action America has taken in fighting terrorism, by their willingness to sympathize with the terrorists over their American captors, simply because it allows them to believe the worst about the Bush Administration.

Their outrage over the "torture" of mass murderer Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is similar to when three terrorists in the prison where found to have hanged themselves in their cell.

The left automatically concluded that they must have killed themselves because conditions at Guantanamo were so horrendous, seemingly forgetting that martyrdom and suicide are the standard methods by which these fanatics get their point across.

Embarrassing the federal government is also a big plus for Islamo-Fascists, but yet Rosie automatically takes the side of the poor, put upon terrorist.

She believes that we coerced him into admitting to every terrorist act that has occurred over the last 20 years.

The confession was most likely exaggerated and the government has admitted as much.

The Administration isn't saying that this confession explains everything, or that Mohammed is a universal scapegoat for Islamo-Fascism. But that's what Rosie and the Left-Wing bloggers are saying.

They're spinning it as though this is some kind of way for the administration to explain away the inability to capture Bin Laden, and that our silly little interrogation techniques, which have been proven to have saved countless lives since 9/11, have no effect.

See how the far-left spin machine gets its message out?

In reality, even if if Khalid didn't play some role in the terrorist activities which he confessed to, he probably wanted us to think he did, and took pride in taking the fall for his terrorist brothers around the globe.

Further showing that she doesn't pay attention, the picture of Mohammed that was released, was of when he was first captured four years ago, not of what he looks like now.

Considering that inmates at Guantanamo have gained an average of 17 pounds since captured, my guess is that he's probably in pretty good health right now and has at least had a couple of showers since his capture.

Add this to the ever growing list of dumb Rosie moments including her assertion that Christianity was just as dangerous as radical Islam and her inability to say that she wants the U.S to prevail in Iraq, and who can forget her spot on impression of all 1 billion Chinese people. Ching, Chong, Ching...Need I say more. So what can we conclude from all of this?

Easy. Rosie O'Donnell consistently sides with fanatics and terrorists, over her own government. And she has no respect for people of Asian descent.

And yet she remains on The View and is cheered by it's audience while Barbara Walters goes off to interview Hugo Chavez. (There's an idea for a guest host, next time Rosie's out due to her depression. Chavez and Rosie have similar views and are nearly identical.)

That being said, I don't think that Rosie supports terrorist tactics.

I do think that if Bill Clinton were in office and doing the same things that President Bush is doing right now, that Rosie and many other liberals and Democrats would be 100% behind him.

It boils down to the reason that political parties were created in the first place. So that the electorate could vote for candidates without having to think about or understand the issues at hand.

This concept has spread to any action the President takes against terrorists. The thinking is : If Bush did it, it must be bad.

But it's not just BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome)and some of them do side with our enemies and hope for U.S. failure, but for most, it's not that ideological.

There is a lack of depth to their understanding of the type of enemy that were up against here, and there has been ever since September 12, 2001.

Not understanding the terrorist's means of operation, is an easy out for folks like Rosie, because in order to truly understand it, you have to open your mind to the fact that military force and intense government tactics are the inevitable solution to the problem. It's the only conclusion you can come to when you look at the insanity and killing methods which these guys employ.

So Rosie O'Donnell, you are our Idiot of the Week, and you deserve it, but you also represent a portion of the American population, that simply doesn't get it.

My advice to these folks:Forget about The War on Terror. Stick to issues where peoples lives aren't at stake. Like gay marriage. It's easy to understand, so The View's audience can follow along, and two people of the same sex being together is far less harmful to society than getting blown up by a guy who really likes virgins.

Runners up: & Richard Gere.
Just a note on Move On. Their insistence that Democratic candidates boycott a debate sponsored by FNC was predictable, but also very dumb, and John Edwards avid support of the boycott was even dumber.

If Edwards gets the nomination-which is becoming less and less likely-he is going to want to reach the many independents and Democrats in FNC's audience.

If Move on, who now insists that "they own the Democratic Party" is going to force their candidates into ignoring America's most popular cable news network, just as they've forced their candidates into favoring surrender in Iraq, then they better come up with another way of reaching a couple million voters before election day, because no one's listening to Air America.

Tip for Move On: Even if you think you "own the Democratic Party" Don't say that "you own the Democratic Party." It scares the hell out of the Democrats and Republicans have known it for years. Makes you look a little slow. Oh.....yeah....sorry. Sphere: Related Content


Falling Panda said...

Oh, and now we can "conspiracy nut" to O'Donnell's already impresive resume.

Abouna said...

Any time I have trouble going to the bathroom, all I have to do is look at a picture of Rosie.

I wish somebody would just shut that woman up. All that stuff that Trump said about her during their feud, he was right.

I can't stomach that woman, never could and never will.

Anonymous said...

He was "beaten to death," according to Rosie, yet he's still alive.

Three words: el oh el. :P

Shannonymous said...

The things Trump said about Rosie O'Donnell were just as bad as anything she's ever said. Just because you don't like her doesn't mean you should like him. He is a shallow, egotistical scumbag.

Shannonymous said...

P.S.- Abouna: are you really a priest? I thought your kind were supposed to be kind, forgiving, and above comments like yours about R.O.

Abouna said...

Yes, I really am a priest of the Orthodox Church. I can be forgiving, but I am not politically correct, which means that I do not fear to tell the truth as it is, and not try to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.

After all, Jesus wasn't politically correct when he called the Scribes and Pharisees liars and hypocrits or when He threw the money changers out of the Temple.

And as for being forgiving, the one that is forgiven must first ask for forgiven.

I hate to pop your bubble, but Rosie O. happens to be far more obnoxious and hypocritical than Donald Trump, although I am not a big of his.

Shannonymous said...

There's no bubble to pop. They're both obnoxious. I know that.

There's a difference between "telling the truth" /calling out hypocrites and just being insulting. What you said about going to the bathroom isn't just un-p.c., it is crass trash talk.