Saturday, March 31, 2007

The Hanoi Jane of the 21st Century

Rose O'Donnell said this, and I quote:

"False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments which are designed to appear as if they are being carried out by other entities. The British did it on purpose. They went into Iranian waters as the U.S. military build up on the Iranian border. We will be in Iran before summer as planned."

Does she realize that when President Abdu-sponge-a-bob decides to launch his nukes against America, the food in LA will no longer be edible. It will be the diet she's been dreaming about.

Just get these celebrities out before it hitts: Kiefer Sutherland, Gary Sinise, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Bruce Willis, and some others.


I just want to know what brought Barbara Walters down to the bottom of the food chain. I think she was a once-respected journalist, but producing a show that is overrun by one of the 'biggest' and most dangerous mouths in Hollyweird, I have to wonder what brought her to this point in her career.

Does she want to go out like Dan Rather did, a joke and a national disgrace? If she does, she's well on her well after this: (Of course she's old enough to be suffering from the dementia that sets in just before full-blown Alzheimers. Check this conversation out from Nightline:

"Co-anchor Martin Bashir: "How do you find him [Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez] as an individual, as a man?"

Barbara Walters: "Well, he's very dignified. He was warm, friendly, and huggable. You'd want to pronounce his name 'Hug-oh,' but it's actually 'Ooo-go,' like the oohs and aahs he draws from the Venezuelan people. He was very personal and uncensored. He talked about how hard his life was, that he wished he could be in love. But you can't love just one woman while you are heading a Latin American revolution."

What's the matter with this conversation, you ask? I'll refresh your memory:

"Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez lashed out at his US counterpart, George Bush, late yesterday, calling him a 'killer' and a 'madman' after a top US diplomat criticized Caracas."

'The planet's most serious danger is the government of the United States. ... The people of the United States are being governed by a killer, a genocidal murderer and a madman,' Chavez said."

Before Baba Wawa gets too "huggable" with Chavez, she should probably be aware that he may swing both ways.

Remember that old song?

Torn between two lovers,
Feelin' like a fool,
Lovin' both of you...
is breakin' all the rules!

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