Sunday, October 24, 2004


Rosie O'Donnell At It Again

Time again for another anti-celebrity rant on my part.

Addressing a nearly vacant nightclub in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday October 23, Rosie O'Donnell whole-heartedly endorsed the idea of America having to pass a "global test" in order to take preemptive action.

He (President Bush) never passed one at Harvard or Yale, but whatever. But there is a global test. It's the global test of decency, of humanity, of integrity. That's what our country stands for as we lead the free world. Let's take back our country. Let's elect John Kerry.

Let's see, decency, humanity and integrity according to whom? Germany who started two World Wars and perfected the practice of high-tech genocide? France who basically served up her Jewish population to the Nazis on a silver platter? The consortium of rogue states known as the United Nations?

Apparently so.

She ranted on further that the Bush administration's actions

(go) against the foundation of what our country was built on," giving an example of the Administration telling the "United Nations we would ignore their doctrine and their resolutions.

Wrong! This country was built on the principles outlined in our Declaration of Independence first, then our Constitution. The job of President of the United States and all elected officials for that matter is to uphold the Constitution.

But this woman doesn't get it.

Why, in these people's warped world view is the United Nations a sacrosanct organization whereas the Bush administration can do nothing right? This cow conveniently forgets that this country was founded upon the principles of limited government where its citizens would live by the moral code typified in the Ten Commandments, NOT the United Nations.

But perhaps that's more information than the walnut-sized brains of these celebrities can process. So I'll try and make it easy for Ms. O'Donnell and her ilk by asking two simple questions:

"When was the last time you or anyone you know voted for Kofi Annaan or his predecessor Javier Perez de Cuellar in any American election?

"With the answer to the first question obviously being 'no' why would you or any American with a brain want to give these unelected officials a say in any aspect of American government?"


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