Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Dear Rosie, (O'Donnell, That Is)

Okay, so this post is going to go over like a fart in a space helmet with some of my readers, but I'm so incredibly sick of listening to the verbal vomit that Ms. Rosie continues to spew everyday on the View. I just have to say this. We are all sad over the loss of life that continues to happen every single day in Iraq, but it's obviously not going to change under this current administration, so let's please talk about something else...

Dear Rosie,

Get a freakin' grip and pull yourself together man. You have had more than 3 years to feel sorry for yourself, but the time has come for you to get on with your life. Enough with the moping, and self pity already.

We live in the best country in the world with the best form of government available to man.

Is our system perfect? No. Does this mean sometimes despite your hard work, your guy doesn't get elected, even though you believe in your heart of hearts that he was the better candidate? Yes.

It's okay to be disappointed when this happens, because it does happen. In EVERY election the "wrong" guy gets put into office, it's always the "wrong" guy for somebody. This time it just happens to be you.

Just because your team didn't win, doesn't mean you have to express your displeasure with our system by moving to another country, throwing away your citizenship or even going out of your mind with worry, about the direction that our country could be headed.

Get off of your shrinks sofa, and put your energy where your big mouth is and do something other than yell at your Co-Hosts for not sharing your ridiculous views.

Here's a thought, put together some information that may actually change our minds or perceptions. Pretend that you are actually speaking to another human being and people might actually listen, loud does not equal being heard.

You have had plenty of time to feel your feelings, now be an agent for change. You do a lot of criticizing but what are you doing, really?


random_mommy said...

I heart Elizabeth Hasselbeck.

Erin S. said...