Friday, June 10, 2005

A Rosie by any other name would smell as sweat-drenched and pasty



I've said I don't want this blog to become something where I'm just linking to other material, and I mean that. Some things are just too good to pass up, though, especially this confrontation between Sean Hannity and Rosie O'Donnell on "The View."

While Hannity is a bit too conservative for my tastes, he comes off as a bastion of common sense, as O'Donnell's retorts become increasingly hysterical to the point she's singing them (I promise I'm not linking to an audio file).

Between Howard Dean, O'Donnell and Harry Reid, it's nice watching the Democrats hang themselves. Remember, there was a day when Republicans had to help.

1 comment:

Doug said...

Christ. So now Rosie O'Donnell is the designated spokesperson for the Democratic Party? Puh-leeze. You know better than that.

Remember the conversation we had a while back where you tried to disavow Alan Keyes as a prominent member of the Republican Party — despite the fact that he was the GOP's nominee for Senate in one of the most populous states in the country? Despite the fact that he had delegates at the 2000 Republican National Convention?

If you don't feel like you have to answer for Keyes and his wingnutty goodness, then I sure as fuck don't feel any obligation to answer for Rosie O'Donnell.

(And as much as you may dislike Harry Reid, he certainly seems to be running strategic circles around his Repub counterpart, Dr. Bill "I Can Diagnose You By Videotape Without Ever Having To Meet You In Person — Ask Me How!" Frist. Yeah, both sides have their extremist nutcases, but y'all seem to be the only party that actually elects them to anything.)