Saturday, December 16, 2006

Vitriolic View.

Since Rosie O’Donnell became a member of ABC TV’s “The View”, she has apparently become completely unhinged.

Some examples of O’Donnell’s asinine commentary in her short tenure:

"Radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America..”

"Don't fear the terrorists. They're mothers and fathers."

I found the latter quote rather intriguing. How are we not supposed to fear those “mothers and fathers” when they are willing to strap bombs to their own children in the name of their cause?

Not to be outdone, one of Rosie’s co-hosts decided to join the freakish festivities:

On Thursday's The View, Joy Behar seriously suggested Senator Tim Johnson was the victim of a deliberate act to cause his brain disorder that led to emergency surgery and has left him in critical condition: "Is there such a thing as a man-made stroke? In other words, did someone do this to him?" An astounded Elisabeth Hasselbeck wondered: "Why is everything coming from the liberal perspective a conspiracy?" Behar contended, on the ABC daytime show, that the Republican Party is capable of such a nefarious deed: "I know what this, that party is capable of."

Really? That sounds like quite a medical breakthrough, causing a fellow human to suffer a stroke.

But I guess when a political party has the ability to concoct hurricanes as well as have a hand in lowering gas prices prior to an election, we gotta figure that “man-made strokes” is the next logical step up.


Anonymous said...

is this blog ironic? i can't tell

Brad Carlson said...

In the motif of Rush Limbaugh, it's demonstrating absurdity by being absurd.