Monday, April 16, 2007

The Far Left's Poet Laureate

For those of you who don't know, Rosie is a blogger as well. And she's an awful one. Her postings are stream of conscious poetry of sorts. She does not accept comments, probably because she knows that most of them would be from angry Americans, trying to help her see the light stop blindly following conspiracy web-sites that she links to her site.

With her posting from a few days ago she shows that she's paying attention to us and our efforts to get her off the air.

She admits that she has visited Stop Rosie.Com, where over 76,000 have signed the petition. Here's her "posting", if you can get through it.


Unreal

huge terrible storm is coming
a nor easter
the potential hail has bumped imus
off r top story tonight

i was on the stoprosie site

• “You know, this President invaded a sovereign nation in defiance of the UN. He is basically a war criminal. Honestly. He should be tried at The Hague.”
• “Don’t fear the terrorists. They’re mothers and fathers.”
• “Democracy is threatened in a way it hasn’t been in 200 years and if America doesn’t stand up we’re in big trouble.”

correct quotes
thank you ethan
well done

and yes i stand by all of them
however on number 2
i would like the word terrorist
in quotations

dont fear “TERRORISTS” - they are mothers and fathers

u see
since terror been used to scare americans
since 9 11
terrorists - terrorists - everywhere
all of them - bad guys
terrorists - after us - here and there
they sold it
we bought it

we gave away r civil liberties
fear works

the 911 terrorists
most came from saudi arabia
and we invaded 2 other countries
minor details

here is the point
i was trying to make
that day to elisabeth

hundreds of thousands of humans
not “terrorists”
iraqi mothers and fathers
have been killed by US

those innocent ones
the mothers and fathers
they r not “terrorists”

try to paint with a huge brush
a big mess

borderlines everywhere

the media has demonized arabs
the facts about the death toll on all sides
is sickening and under reported

i am against this war
i support all the troops
i want them home

i have decided that from now on
i will talk about other things
on the view

like y thousands still live in renaissance village
18 months after katrina

or that 28 million american children live in dire poverty

that 1/2 of all black and hispanic kids in america
do not graduate from high school

1 in 150 autistic = EPIDEMIC

half a million children r in foster care
they r lost
the system is broken

from now on i will not raise my voice
about this criminal administration
i am sick of screaming IMPEACH

unreal
from now on i will say
unreal
ok
just know on the inside
i will be yelling

unreal
i am registering as an independent
cause i am sick of both sides
cowardly silence

as democracy dies

finally a blog
no pray
no play
Permalink Comment

O'Reilly said something really interesting tonight.

He believes that Rosie is one of the top conduits, through which the far-left in this country gets their message out.

I don't know if that's entirely true. I mean even the far-left must understand that Rosie is not the most likeable spokesperson for progressive causes.

The again, Al Franken body-slams people at political rallies and cries on the air and he's the Democratic favorite for the US senate seat in Minnesota.


This boycott is tricky. We on the right, usually get our message out by way of talk radio, since it is the one media outlet that we dominate.

With a sponsor boycott, guys who usually support us are afraid to get involved, because they fear that someone would try to do the same thing to them. So Hannity, O'Reilly and others who we have come to rely on to help us cannot really assist us in this endeavor.

Where as Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson really have nothing to lose. They can simply mobilize black people to their cause and not have to worry about repercussions, especially due to the fact that they have a track record of shaking down companies who don't do what they please. Especially Jackson.

So check out Rosie's "blog" for a laugh.

  • Rosie's Blog


  • And when she talks about terror being used to "scare Americans" (which isn't true, and if it is, it's not working) let's just think of all the things that liberals like her have used to scare Americans into supporting their progressive agenda:

    AIDS
    Social Security
    Global Warming
    Reinstatement of a Military Draft
    Deficits
    Nuclear Anihilation
    And coming soon The Virginia Tech massacre in order to promote a their gun control agenda.

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    5 comments:

    diane said...

    "i have decided that from now on
    i will talk about other things
    on the view" I think this quote from Rosie means that she has been read the riot act by her producers and will no longer spew hateful rhetoric that involves personal attacks on "The View."
    I think this means we have had an influence with the boycott. Now, Dan, you can get back to discussing really meaningful political issues.

    Anonymous said...

    If Rosie O'Doughnut hasn't much to say about VTech, it's because the rest of us know the headlines should have read, "32 UNARMED people massacred by ARMED lunatic."

    Or, to paraphrase David Mamet's script from The Untouchables, "Isn't that just like a liberal...Brings legislation to a gunfight!"

    Shannonymous said...

    Rosie is really not the problem. People that listen to her and believe everything she says is fact is the problem. People regarding her as a news source instead of an entertainer is a problem.

    Gun control? Arm all college students? Are you kidding me?!?! If the other students had guns at VT it doesn't mean they could've stopped the killer. Possible, but more probable is that more would've been killed.

    Guns do not kill people; people kill people.

    This kid got his guns legally. That is a problem. Don’t outlaw guns, but don't give them to a kid who has been pronounced mentally ill by a judge.

    Arming more people is not the answer. Understanding and treating and/or locking up mentally ill people sooner is the answer.

    This kid was stalking women, had been pronounced a danger to himself by a judge, had been ordered to undergo treatment- where was the follow up?!?!?

    Shannonymous said...

    ps- sorry for any grammatical errors in that last one- I have a WICKED headache.

    Dan said...

    Here's the difference. VA Tech was a "gun free zone" of course that didn't stop Cho from bringing in a gun.

    It just stopped any student or security personel from bringing in a gun.

    You don't have to arm "all" of the students. But one kid who was trained in handgun use could have prevented the entire thing.

    Of course he would have brought that gun into a "gun free zone" so he may have been expelled afterwards.