September 21, 2006

Rosie O' is back...Too bad

Well Rosie O—after bombing on her own television show has taken a new position as the co-host of a new T.V. talk show called “The View.” If Rosie’s command of all things important is as astute as her early appearances indicate, I predict she will be history—the sooner the better.

On the air she made a profoundly offensive and wildly moronic claim that reveals her grasp of Christianity, Islam and American history. O’Donnell said, "Radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state."

Apparently Rosie doesn’t understand the radical Islamic worldview of women and has never seen the female Muslim covered head to toe by her garments or that the faithful Muslim wife is mere chattel to her husband truly bound to the house, is forbidden education, and has no voice in any environment. Rosie must see a different Christianity than the one Jesus taught and lived and forbid the stoning of the woman caught in adultery and she must see a different Islam than the one where the woman is buried up to her neck while men stone her for violating one of the many rules of Sharia.

I’m not familiar with any Christians, radical or otherwise who have strapped bombs to their chests and have gone and blown up a school bus, a playground, or a restaurant but apparently Rosie knows differently.

What I think Rosie does appreciate about radical Islam is that the clerics determine who has a right to speak and when. Rosie, would love to tell Christians they have no right to speak—ever. To Rosie and her ilk, separation of church state—not a constitutional law by the way—means Christians have no rights in our society, no rights in our political landscape and no voice in our society. So when you think of it with clarity, what does seem to be an accurate statement is that the radical Rosie O’Donnell is more threatening to America than radical Christianity.

May the Lord who loves Rosie, open her eyes to the truth.


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