Rosie O’Donnell and Donald Trump still acting like children

December 28th, 2006 // 24 Comments

Every time I visit Rosie O’Donnell’s site I want to drive a screwdriver through my her head. Donald Trump recently called in an interview on Larry King (above and after the jump) and in response Rosie writes on her blog:

so what happens
when u say the emperor has no clothes
the comb over goes ballistic
via phone to mr king

choices
every minute
every day
everyone

i imagine it is interesting
as celeb feuds tend 2 b
so here r my thoughts

didnt watch
didnt u tube
restrict

i have no time 2 make art now
i am only off friday
which is never enuf
to detox

the pipes get full
bits of sludge
clog the flow

so tiny books
now
express in torn images
my inside

i was raised reading ms magazine
i remember the burning of bras
as women demanded equality
in unison

beauty pageants
where women were paraded around
judged valuable or not
by old white men

it is always old white men

they added a talent portion
and gave away college degrees
they evolved – beauty pageants
and eventually – nearly faded away
for good

remember the seventies

a young girl in nyc
meets a pimp
he cons her into a life of illusion
she works for him

no fun – no fucking – no future
she is owned
when she sneaks out -
to party the night away
he freaks

he roughs her up a bit
shames her in front of the others
teaches her to behave
for his own benefit

and just when we lost all hope
cagney and lacey showed up
they cuff the pimp
they free the girl

marybeth and christine
would never
be friends with a pimp

this is reality tv
like it or not
same same same
as vivi says

Only six year olds should be allowed to write like this. Or people in wheelchairs. And I’m not sure what she means by “i have no time 2 make art now.” Judging by her “poetry” the only art she’s capable of making is finger paintings. And maybe that turkey where you trace your hand and draw little eyes and a feet on it.

superficial

  1. Philip Ramirez

    FAT UGLY FACE SAYS I’M FIRST CAUSE I’M RETARDED. AND SKINNY. AND I TYPE IN CAPS TO MAKE ME FEEL BETTER.

  2. emoney

    2nd ha ha suck on that y’all bitchies

  3. techclerk

    Rosie on the view is proof that the show is worthless without viewpoints from the male perspective.

    Anybody who says they are 100% with Rosie on this one is a retard.

  4. I’M 100% WITH ROSIE

    *barfsinmouth*

  5. lostinspace

    Rosie O’Donnell bugs the hell out of me. She sits on wherever she’s sitting and just judges everyone else, but if they do the same to her she goes insane. God, she needs to lose some weight, especially if she’s going to judge people like Kirstie Alley on theirs. She shouldn’t be proud to be fat. I hate her.
    I’m done with my rant.

  6. I’m afraid I have to agree with Trump on this;;Rosie is retarded based on this ‘poetry’. Unfortunately, I have a boss who writes ‘poetry’ like this too.

  7. So what you’re telling me is that Rosie and LiLo learned to write from the same people?

    I really don’t know what to say here….except that crack is whack.

  8. lalalemon

    I’ll be a tard with Rosie before a shallow piece of lunatic with Mr. Comb-over, bankruptcy, woman-hating, gold toilet seat shitting, fat old fuck Trumb, thank you.

  9. CowgirlUp

    I can’t stand either of them, but I actually liked the poem.

  10. berrytwelve

    I don’t particularly care for either of them either, but Trump has gone so far out of his way to look like a complete asshat it’s embarrassing to watch. Out of the two of them, one would tend to think he would at least attempt to act with a shred of class to “one up” her, but apparently the thought never crossed his mind. Which doesn’t exactly say a lot of his intelligence, either.

  11. NicotineEyePatch

    I think they both exemplify exactly what they’re supposed to, and I hate each of them pretty much equally. It’d be funny if they switched hair.

  12. tundrababe

    Hey, I’m in a wheelchair and have a college degree. Don’t compare me to Rosie!

  13. Danklin

    Superfish i always respected your site and think you’re hilarious but that wheelchair comment was uncalled for. I’m in a wheelchair and i don’t write like that. Hell its even insulting to six year olds. So yeah i pretty much think you’re a douchebag now.

  14. lattygirl

    all I can say is, WTF???
    how can this even be called poetry???

    I reaffirm my belief that all TVs should come with a remote that allows you to electrocute people on TV.

  15. V

    Rose most likely writes like that so people don’t see how illiterate she is. She probably doesn’t know how to even construct a sentence, let alone a paragraph.

  16. Thor

    Right down there with Terrell Owens and Kanye West as the the very definition of A BLOWHARD.

  17. Blog Lurker Guy Man Dude

    I think television censors should have covered up the incident completely. The argument between the two has made everyone a little bit more stupiderer. I also feel like some of my life was raped from me.

  18. AprilSh

    Poster #3 (techclerk), you’re obviously a sexist moron. Please, try to refrain from your bigotry. The View is one of the few (if not only) shows where women are able to voice their opinions on a variety of topics, including politics and if you believe in equality, you should fully support the idea of an all women talk show. One of the reasons I started watching The View was that I hadn’t seen any shows on tv where women questioned the credibility of their guests and challenged their book, policies, etc (note O’reily and John Stossel). As for Rosie’s blog entry, she’s said on the show that she has dyslexia so she finds it easier to write in an almost haiku form. I at least liked the second half of the entry about women’s fight for equality. I fully agree with Rosie’s comments she’s made so far. I think the only childish person is Donald who can only respond by commenting on her physical appearence, which is pretty ironic since she made those comments in the first place because he’s running a sexist competition. And poster #8, I agree.

  19. Stimulant

    Why does Rosie O’Donnell think her opinions matter? She obviously thinks very highly of herself, loves the sound of her own voice and considers herself a force to be reckoned with. The only reason she slag’s off others is because she has nothing else better to talk about, and she’s desperate for a little publicity to try and slow down the process of her diminishing existence. Rosie O’Donnell is an attention seeker. If she can say Donald trump can’t enforce anything because of 2 failed marriages… I wonder how much power an arrogant, obese, butch lesbian with anger management issues?

  20. Stimulant

    has*?

  21. Miss USA, the Donald, and a Pig Named Rosie

    Whatever happened to journalistic honesty, integrity, and truth in both print and television? Is the American public that starved for entertainment that the on-going war of words between Rosie O’Donnell and Donald Trump has become nightly fodder for conversations around our dinner tables, in our newspapers, and on our nightly talk shows?

    For those of you that may not know of their feud, it all started when questions were raised in December about what many considered to be immoral behavior on the part of our current Miss USA, Tara Conner. Apparently Conner was seen at several nightclubs in the New York area partaking in underage drinking, dirty dancing, and kissing the current Miss Teen USA Katie Blair.

    After these allegations came to light, Trump being a man that desperately needs more face time on television immediately held a press conference to announce that since he was the owner of the Miss USA Pageant, he had decided not to use his trademarked and overused phrase of “You’re Fired!” on Conner and that every one deserved a “second chance”. To that, a tearful Miss USA took the podium, apologized, and announced that she was checking herself into rehab. A course of action that these days seems to be the answer for every celebrity, politician and sports figure who does something stupid regardless of whether they were under the influence or not. If I had checked myself into rehab every time I did something stupid, I wouldn’t have been released until I was 38 years old. Perhaps I’ll have more on that subject at a later time.

    The next morning Rosie O’Donnell, being the crass, loud-mouthed, pig that she is, poked her snout into the whole affair by announcing on “The View”, a claptrap, feminist television show produced by Barbara Walters, that Trump’s decision was wrong and Conner should be dethroned. An act I might add, that certainly never hurt the career of former beauty queen and now singing and acting star Vanessa Williams.

    That’s when all the name calling and adolescent behavior began. Both of these pea-brained nitwits should shut up now. Don’t get me wrong, I think Donald Trump is an egotistical, arrogant, mouth piece wind bag whose time as a television personality should be coming to an end, but I find O’Donnell to be one of the most offensive people to ever grace network television. Why Barbara Walters and the American Broadcasting Company would ever endorse her racist and anti-social behavior on their programming is truly beyond me. She has proven to the American public that she is nothing more than a mean spirited bully as evidenced by her interview with Tom Selleck, (read interview here) when she had her own talk show a few years ago, and attacked Selleck for doing an advertisement for the National Rifle Association on gun safety when he was merely on her lame excuse for a television program to promote his latest movie.

    Its time for these two second rate celebrities to ride off into the sunset, if not separately then together; they certainly deserve each other. Trump should go back to developing real estate, and O’Donnell should concentrate on producing poor Broadway productions as she has in the past.

    Then maybe we won’t have to be subjected to their petty indifferences on a daily basis.

  22. Miss USA, the Donald, and a Pig Named Rosie

    Whatever happened to journalistic honesty, integrity, and truth in both print and television? Is the American public that starved for entertainment that the on-going war of words between Rosie O’Donnell and Donald Trump has become nightly fodder for conversations around our dinner tables, in our newspapers, and on our nightly talk shows?

    For those of you that may not know of their feud, it all started when questions were raised in December about what many considered to be immoral behavior on the part of our current Miss USA, Tara Conner. Apparently Conner was seen at several nightclubs in the New York area partaking in underage drinking, dirty dancing, and kissing the current Miss Teen USA Katie Blair.

    After these allegations came to light, Trump being a man that desperately needs more face time on television immediately held a press conference to announce that since he was the owner of the Miss USA Pageant, he had decided not to use his trademarked and overused phrase of “You’re Fired!” on Conner and that every one deserved a “second chance”. To that, a tearful Miss USA took the podium, apologized, and announced that she was checking herself into rehab. A course of action that these days seems to be the answer for every celebrity, politician and sports figure who does something stupid regardless of whether they were under the influence or not. If I had checked myself into rehab every time I did something stupid, I wouldn’t have been released until I was 38 years old. Perhaps I’ll have more on that subject at a later time.

    The next morning Rosie O’Donnell, being the crass, loud-mouthed, pig that she is, poked her snout into the whole affair by announcing on “The View”, a claptrap, feminist television show produced by Barbara Walters, that Trump’s decision was wrong and Conner should be dethroned. An act I might add, that certainly never hurt the career of former beauty queen and now singing and acting star Vanessa Williams.

    That’s when all the name calling and adolescent behavior began. Both of these pea-brained nitwits should shut up now. Don’t get me wrong, I think Donald Trump is an egotistical, arrogant, mouth piece wind bag whose time as a television personality should be coming to an end, but I find O’Donnell to be one of the most offensive people to ever grace network television. Why Barbara Walters and the American Broadcasting Company would ever endorse her racist and anti-social behavior on their programming is truly beyond me. She has proven to the American public that she is nothing more than a mean spirited bully as evidenced by her interview with Tom Selleck, (read interview here) when she had her own talk show a few years ago, and attacked Selleck for doing an advertisement for the National Rifle Association on gun safety when he was merely on her lame excuse for a television program to promote his latest movie.

    Its time for these two second rate celebrities to ride off into the sunset, if not separately then together; they certainly deserve each other. Trump should go back to developing real estate, and O’Donnell should concentrate on producing poor Broadway productions as she has in the past.

    Then maybe we won’t have to be subjected to their petty indifferences on a daily basis.

  23. it’s just a publicity stunt

  24. #23 exactly right!

Leave A Comment