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patriot45
02-12-2010, 03:25 PM
It was a toss up to put this in the end of the world forum! Rosie O'Fat (http://townhall.com/columnists/BrentBozell/2010/02/12/a_rosie_odonnell_indoctrination?page=full&comments=true) is at it again.
Its a shame sick people get a forum to spout thier gay nonsense!


Rosie O'Donnell knows that cute kids can sell anything. When she hosted her afternoon talk show back in the late 1990s, she put out two books of children's jokes titled "Kids Are Punny." That same principle is at work in her new HBO documentary, titled "A Family Is A Family Is A Family: A Rosie O'Donnell Celebration."

But it's not a celebration. It's an indoctrination. O'Donnell and HBO are pushing gay "marriage equality." A young black girl offers the sales pitch in the show's opening minute: "It doesn't matter if you have one parent. It doesn't matter if you have two moms. It doesn't matter if you have two dads. Just stick with it. A family's a family."

As O'Donnell explained to a reporter during her promotional tour: "It's hard to argue with the voices of innocent children telling the truth about their life and love." She's daring her opponents to try.

The show is quite obviously (and annoyingly) packaged to look like "Sesame Street," with lots of adorable children talking to the camera, musical performances by children and animated segments. Yet HBO actually had to tag the show with an "Adult Content" label. One reason came near the 40-minute show's end, when a parade of cartoon sperm danced in top hats around an egg and sang a Frank Sinatra song. (I'm not kidding.)

There is also a strange cartoon about in vitro fertilization, with O'Donnell singing about how "my science project is me" and even boasting "don't you wish you'd started life in a dish?"

Adoption is promoted, and that is good. Maya, a girl adopted from China, explains that she was born in a country with a one-child policy, and her parents loved her, but they wanted a boy. Maya looks into the camera with a twinkle and says, "I was born. That's why I feel really lucky."

But the real point of the show comes in segments like "Neil & Cole's Moms Get Married." After gay-wedding pictures are displayed as the '60s song "Chapel of Love" plays, Renee and Carrie get "married" in the backyard by a female minister who declares their "marriage" is "100 percent legal, 200 percent lovable."

Next comes "Katie & Jake's Chickens," except this isn't about Katie and Jake. The children talk about how "Daddy and Poppy" adopted them, bought some chickens and now they live on a farm.

Then viewers see O'Donnell having a chat with her youngest daughter, Vivienne, age 6, who is actually the biological offspring of O'Donnell's former partner, Kelli Carpenter. Despite this fact of life, Vivienne actually calls Rosie "Mom," and her mother "Kel." O'Donnell underlined that those are the usual titles used when asked about it on her blog. There is something simply perverted with both O'Donnell and Carpenter establishing and promoting basic falsehood to this child.

The TV star tells the little girl, "We love each other forever, and even though Mommy and Kelli aren't living together anymore, we're still a family. Family is forever. Family is love."

In reading the publicity clips surrounding the show, it's obvious that O'Donnell's four adopted children are angry and confused. O'Donnell has now moved on to a relationship with a Texas mother of six, and hopes to merge the 10 children into what she calls the "Gay-dy Bunch."

Is this a game?



Continued (http://townhall.com/columnists/BrentBozell/2010/02/12/a_rosie_odonnell_indoctrination?page=2)

FlaGator
02-12-2010, 03:29 PM
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b26/flagator/Rosie.jpg http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b26/flagator/blob.jpg

Which is which?

PoliCon
02-12-2010, 03:38 PM
If I offer my true feeling on that women I'm certian someone will demand I be censored. :p

Apache
02-12-2010, 03:52 PM
If I offer my true feeling on that women I'm certian someone will demand I be censored. :p

Like anybody listens to you anyway....:rolleyes:




:p

Apache
02-12-2010, 03:56 PM
I'm pretty certain this will be a monumental failure. Gays just don't have the support they'd like from the public.

Gingersnap
02-12-2010, 04:06 PM
I'm waiting for all the angry tell-all books these poor, messed up kids will eventually write.

PoliCon
02-12-2010, 04:11 PM
Like anybody listens to you anyway....:rolleyes:




:p

True. I'm such a bastard. :(

noonwitch
02-12-2010, 04:25 PM
HBO is a subscription channel. If people don't like the fact that they are showing this, they don't have to subscribe to the channel.


Not that HBO cares. They don't care about the Italian americans who had issues with The Sopranos and they don't care about the Mormons who object to Big Love.

PoliCon
02-12-2010, 04:49 PM
Not that HBO cares. They don't care about the Italian americans who had issues with The Sopranos and they don't care about the Mormons who object to Big Love.Or the cowboys who object to tombstone . . . . :D

noonwitch
02-12-2010, 04:51 PM
Or the cowboys who object to tombstone . . . . :D



Did you mean Deadwood? That was an awesome show. I couldn't believe it when they cancelled it.

djones520
02-12-2010, 04:57 PM
Did you mean Deadwood? That was an awesome show. I couldn't believe it when they cancelled it.

I tried watching it, but their habit of saying "fuck" every other word just really kind of turned me off.

*shrugs* HBO wants to show this, let them. I don't watch Maher when he's on, I won't watch this. Let their ratings speak for me.

Apache
02-12-2010, 05:10 PM
I tried watching it, but their habit of saying "fuck" every other word just really kind of turned me off.

*shrugs* HBO wants to show this, let them. I don't watch Maher when he's on, I won't watch this. Let their ratings speak for me.

Do subscription channels have ratings?

djones520
02-12-2010, 05:11 PM
Do subscription channels have ratings?

*shrugs* That raises a good point. Their getting their money whether or not someone is watching at 11pm.

AmPat
02-12-2010, 05:53 PM
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b26/flagator/Rosie.jpg


She looks like Leonardo DiCaprio in a wig.

SaintLouieWoman
02-12-2010, 06:01 PM
She looks like Leonardo DiCaprio in a wig.

No, he's prettier. :D She's just plain mean looking ugly.