Monday, November 13, 2006

Rosie O'Donnell on Terrorists

WorldNetDaily reported yesterday about Rosie O'Donnell's comments on The View.

TV host Rosie O'Donnell says there's no reason for Americans to fear terrorists because they are just moms and dads like us.

"Faith or fear, that's your choice," she told co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck and panelists including Barbara Walters and Beverly Sills.

"You can walk through life believing in the goodness of the world, or walk through life afraid of anyone who thinks different than you and trying to convert them to your way of thinking. And I think that this country ... ."

To which Hasselbeck interjected: "Well, I'm a person of faith, so I, but I also believe ... ."

"Well then, get away from the fear," interrupted O'Donnell. "Don't fear the terrorists. They're mothers and fathers."

O'Donnell also said few were willing to speak out against the Iraq war in the beginning because, "people were blacklisted. We were close to the McCarthy era, where if you said that you were against the policies of the administration, you were called unpatriotic."

What I don't understand is how Rosie (or any of the other Lefties) can "walk through life believing in the goodness" of the men who would fly passenger jets into two World Trade Center buildings, the Pentagon, and--they were hoping--the Capitol, but she can't believe in the goodness of President Bush. I really don't get that. Because President Bush is a father too.

And Ahmadinejad is probably a father. Here's what his goodness drove him to say, reported in today's YNet News:

According to the Iranian media Monday, Iranian President Mahoud Ahmadinejad declared that Israel was destined to ‘disappearance and destruction’ at a council meeting with Iranian ministers.

“The western powers created the Zionist regime in order to expand their control of the area. This regime massacres Palestinians everyday, but since this regime is against nature, we will soon witness its disappearance and destruction,” Ahmadinejad said.

I believe in that goodness. I believe he wants to be good to his word.

And the rest of the terrorists do too. WorldNetDaily reported yesterday that the terrorists have announced renewed attacks on the US.

Four terror groups here, including militants from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party, which the U.S. considers moderate, warned today America is now officially a target for attacks both in the region and abroad.

The terror groups blamed the U.S. for "attacking Muslim land" in Israel, Iraq and Afghanistan, and for providing support to the Israeli Defense Forces, which last week accidentally hit a residential area with artillery fire while trying to stop rockets from being launched from the northern Gaza Strip into nearby Jewish communities.

Several Palestinian terror leaders in Gaza told WND their organizations will soon lead attacks against U.S. interests.

"We call upon all mujahedeen in Palestine and around the world to start hitting Americans without mercy. The Americans are destroying Palestine, Iraq and Afghanistan and are bombarding our Muslim land," read a statement signed by Fatah's Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the Popular Resistance Committees, the Fatah-affiliated Abu Rish Brigades, and a new group calling itself the Brigades of the Believers.

"The Americans seem not to understand any language but that of blood and violence. We say the Americans have an artificial culture. It is a country that doesn't respect the blood of innocents. Americans only take into consideration the blood of the Jews," read the statement obtained by WND.

Good thing the Democrats won the mid-term elections, because their win sure made the jihadists want to sit right down and talk to us--now that we're kinder and more understanding of the jihadists' plight.

Yes indeed. Rosie sure knows her terrorists.


Christina said...

I don't understand Rosie's way of thinking anymore than you do, but I do know where it is based. O'Donnell has bought into the idea of moral relativism hook, line and sinker. In her worldview, there is no definite right or wrong, no good or bad and people are essentially good by nature, not sinful. The problem is, that when you buy into this theory in some aspects of your life (take Rosie's homosexual lifestyle as an example) then in order to defend those choices, you end up having to defend a ton of other things (like the terrorists) in order to justify your own choices.

Rosie has just about everything in this life backwards. It isn't Christians (and we all know that's who she is referring to here) that "fear" and in doing so cause all that is wrong in the world, it is the terrorists who fear that good will try to eradicate all their evil schemes.

Rosie is living with her head in the sand. She would be one of the first to be beheaded or hung or stoned by the Muslim leaders for her lifestyle choices. But she can't (or won't) see that because she's too busy fighting the propaganda war for the terrorists. Her morals are so mixed up she doesn't even realize it.

Great post, once again!

janice said...

Rosie and her friend wouldn't last more than a day in an islamic country. She's allowed to live free in this country, blast the president and our values and go home at night to a woman who shares her bed. All of this is done without fear, imprisonment or torture.

Yep, I must concur, Rosie does know her terrorist!

Great Post Skye!

All_I_Can_Stands said...

It is becoming obvious that liberals are drunk with their victory last week and their mouths are open and flowing.