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Rosie O'Doughnut expresses herself on Duval Street & Kerry's Sister Does Key West
http://keysnews.com/297628562473297.bsp.htm ^ | July 17, 2004

Posted on 07/18/2004 9:32:10 AM PDT by Elle Bee

Rosie O'Donnell expresses herself on Duval Street

BY CHRIS TITTEL

Citizen Staff Writer

KEY WEST — "How much damage can he do?"

The haunting question has been clipped from a news magazine and plastered alongside pictures of President George W. Bush, a cutout of the color-coded homeland security advisory system and photos of a newborn baby.

Out of chaos comes order, as the viewer steps back from the smear of random bits of graffiti to discover a very clear, direct and serious personal message.

"He is the most divisive president we've ever had," the artist asserts, "and I think he has caused more harm than any president in recent memory."

Rosie O'Donnell is the artist.

"In March '03" is the title of this particular work, created in response to President Bush ordering troops into action in Iraq more than a year ago. Like so many of her other paintings and collages, it serves as an expression of O'Donnell's thoughts, feelings and emotions in response to the ever-changing world around her. Her work has been described as "a visual journal" of abstract expression, punctuated with sometimes harsh realism.

"Each work is a snapshot of a moment in time that represents what Rosie wants to say on the subject at hand," a promotional pamphlet reads.

O'Donnell visited Key West on Wednesday, one of several stops on a gay family vacation cruise that she and her family embarked on a week ago. After receiving the key to the city, the Emmy Award-winning talk show host and gay rights activist stopped at Luis Sottil Studios on Duval Street to meet art collectors and buyers and to sign some of her original works.

In an exclusive interview with The Citizen at the art studio, O'Donnell reacted to the U.S. Senate's rejection earlier in the day of a proposed constitutional amendment that would prohibit same-sex marriages. She also touched on life with her spouse, Kelli Carpenter O'Donnell, whom she married in a civil ceremony earlier this year, her adopted children Parker, Chelsea and Blake, her new gay family-friendly cruise line and influences on her artwork.

The Citizen: Why is the issue of same-sex marriage being brought to our attention at this particular time?

Rosie O'Donnell: Because George Bush would like to distract Americans from the fact that he has started a war based on pure fabrication and that over 900 of America's poor have been killed in action. For what? For the arrest of Saddam Hussein. Well, that's not an equal trade if you ask me, or if you ask the parents, the brothers, the sisters, the children of the dead soldiers. People say: Well, peace is not patriotic. Well, guess what, peace is very patriotic. I'm very supportive of our military and when we ask them to go to war that it's for a worthy cause. This war, there is no worthy cause. We have done such damage to ourselves, as a nation, in the eyes of the rest of the world.

Citizen: Changing gears a bit, how's the cruise going?

O'Donnell: Really, really well. Everyone's having fun. I never see Kelli, which is kind of interesting. She runs in, gets on the phone and runs out. You know, our kids are having fun. Everybody's having fun. There's a lot of people with lives that don't allow them to be as open as they could be on the cruise. To see the sense of freedom that they and their children feel is very fulfilling.

Citizen: How's married life treating you?

O'Donnell: Pretty good. I think I've been married to Kelli since probably shortly after our six-month anniversary. That's when I told her parents that we were going to do this for the long haul. Going to San Francisco really was inspired, in many ways, by the fact that during a war our president held a press conference to denounce gays and marriage as the big issue in our nation, just as he was sending our 22-year-olds off to be killed. I thought it was absurd and was so transparent, his motive was so transparent. I think America feels that, too. With the vote today in the Senate, I think even the senators are looking at President Bush in a different light. He is the most divisive president we've ever had, and I think he has caused more harm than any president in recent memory.

Citizen: I read that a lot of your artwork comes out of your reaction to current events. Are you feeling any artwork coming out of today's vote in the Senate?

O'Donnell: You know, I actually believed that the Senate would do what they did. A lot of people in the gay community were saying: What are you? Nuts? When it comes right down to it, look at the McCarthy era. You stand up and you say: Have you no decency? You're called, you're tapped on the shoulder, you're a senator and you're asked to put discrimination into the Constitution. I don't care what your party affiliation is. The ones who voted for the amendment ... I hope that what will happen is the opposite of what the president expected, which was that anyone who voted to reject this amendment would be chastised, that it would hurt their career. I think the opposite is going to happen. I would love just to get the list and the faces of every single person who voted for the amendment and support the person running against them. I mean, how absurd is that?

Citizen: Tell me about your interest in abstract expressionism.

O'Donnell: Well, I started painting after Sept. 11. I had always done collages and journals. I had all these images from Sept. 11, from magazines and newspapers. I couldn't throw them away. I didn't know what to do with them, so I started gluing them on canvas and painting over them. And, so it began. By the time I got to know [New York gallery owner and fine art publisher] Mitch [Meisner], I think I had 1,000 or 2,000 images, something absurd. He said: Well, let me take them and see what we can do. Then, I started to learn about art. He got me a book on [Jean-Michel] Basquiat. You can see the influence of Basquiat. I got another book, on [Willem] DeKoening. So, I'm starting to be educated as I go. I was the kind of person who would go into Madonna's house and go: Oh, my God, that's so nice. Who did that? She's like: Monet! And, I'm like: Oh! He's good! Some nice ponds he made! I didn't really know a lot about art, so I'm getting my education as I go.

O'Donnell: Well, I started painting after Sept. 11. I had always done collages and journals. I had all these images from Sept. 11, from magazines and newspapers. I couldn't throw them away. I didn't know what to do with them, so I started gluing them on canvas and painting over them. And, so it began. By the time I got to know [New York gallery owner and fine art publisher] Mitch [Meisner], I think I had 1,000 or 2,000 images, something absurd. He said: Well, let me take them and see what we can do. Then, I started to learn about art. He got me a book on [Jean-Michel] Basquiat. You can see the influence of Basquiat. I got another book, on [Willem] DeKoening. So, I'm starting to be educated as I go. I was the kind of person who would go into Madonna's house and go: Oh, my God, that's so nice. Who did that? She's like: Monet! And, I'm like: Oh! He's good! Some nice ponds he made! I didn't really know a lot about art, so I'm getting my education as I go.

O'Donnell: He and Keith Herring were the two artists I was very familiar with before I started. In our culture, they were the ones who I could identify their work right away. Then, Basquiat, I had seen the movie, but I had never seen his work. I didn't have a book of it. I have since seen the real ones. Collectors had seen the show and said: You have to see the real ones. So, it was very inspiring. But, the more you look at other artists, real artists ... [points to colorful painting on the wall] like this guy, I think that I shouldn't paint. To me, that is electric and alive.

Citizen: Have you been to Key West before?

O'Donnell: Never have. Kelli has, but I never have.

Citizen: How do you like it?

O'Donnell: You know, Miami is my favorite place in the world. When I had no money, I used to go visit my friends, like Madonna — [rolls her eyes] uh-oh, I've said her name twice in an interview, that's going to seem weird — and I would have a rented car, and I would drive around Star Island and I would say to myself: When I have money, I'm going to buy one of these houses. Then, I'd go sleep in one of her guest rooms. As soon as I got some money, it was the first thing I did was buy a house on Star Island. To me, it is perfection, it's paradise. We've never come here, but we go to Islamorada, to the Moorings, a lot. This summer, we're going to make a trip, come down here. It's beautiful. It really is.

Citizen: You should be Fantasy Fest grand marshal. Do you know Fantasy Fest?

O'Donnell: No.

Citizen: It's like Mardi Gras at the end of October, with parades and costumes. It's a wild time.

O'Donnell: Really?! I'll do it! I'll do it!

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'Sister behind the man' promotes John Kerry in Key West

BY SCOTT FUSARO

Citizen Staff Writer

KEY WEST — John Kerry's eldest sister arrived in the Southernmost City on Saturday with a message for the Key West crowd.

"My brother is a great environmentalist and cares greatly about women's issues," Peggy Kerry said in the leafy courtyard of the Gardens Hotel after she addressed an assembly organized by the Key West Women for Kerry/Edwards.

Following the fund-raiser, which organizer Gail Lima estimates raised about $15,000 for the all-but-assured Democratic Party nominee for president, Kerry's sister addressed remarks to supporters at the local campaign headquarters.

Lightheartedly calling herself the "sister behind the man," Kerry said she had introduced her brother to politics at a young age.

"When I was in fifth grade, I took John around the neighborhood in Washington D.C., selling Stevenson buttons," she said of Adlai Stevenson, the Democratic presidential candidate in 1952 who lost to Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Peggy Kerry has worked for the American Civil Liberties Union and is the liaison for nongovernmental organizations for the United States in the United Nations.

Kerry said she has a long history of liberal activism.

She also said her brother's campaign has become a family affair, enlisting the active support of other siblings, his children and stepchildren.

While John Kerry and his vice presidential running mate John Edwards focus their campaigning on larger population centers, Lima said she invited Peggy Kerry to speak through friends at the United Nations.

"Peggy will inspire and together we will inspire the women in this town," said Lima, a delegate to the Democratic National Convention where John Kerry will receive the party's formal nomination for president later this month.

Saturday's event rallying women to the Kerry/Edwards campaign coincided with the 156th anniversary of the inaugural women's rights convention held in Seneca Falls, N.Y., in 1848, and Peggy Kerry said she believes women remain underrepresented in American politics today.

"It's about a women's grassroots effort to reach out to other women and empower them and get involved in the campaign," she said.

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1 posted on 07/18/2004 9:32:11 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Elle Bee

Rosie claimed after 9/11 that she supported Bush.

Now she doesn't.

Looks like she knows how to read public opinion....


2 posted on 07/18/2004 9:34:25 AM PDT by Lunatic Fringe (John F-ing Kerry??? NO... F-ING... WAY!!!)
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To: Elle Bee

Did she manage to graduate from high school?


3 posted on 07/18/2004 9:35:20 AM PDT by stubernx98 (cranky, but reasonable)
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To: Elle Bee
When I was in fifth grade, I took John around the neighborhood in Washington D.C., selling Stevenson buttons,". . .

Wouldn't their nannies let them give away the buttons?

Michael M. Bates: My Side of the Swamp

4 posted on 07/18/2004 9:35:42 AM PDT by Mike Bates (Irish Alzheimer's victim: I only remember the grudges.)
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To: Elle Bee
Rosie O'Donnell expresses herself on Duval Street...

Please refresh my memory - I thought there was a weight limit on Duval.

5 posted on 07/18/2004 9:36:08 AM PDT by glockmeister40
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To: stubernx98
maybe Key West High

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6 posted on 07/18/2004 9:36:33 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Lunatic Fringe
well they gave her the key to the city on Wednesday

It's a tough town to live in and not gag

Key West Says No to War with Iraq ~ Useful Idiots Alert

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Local (Key West) gay couple to challenge marriage law

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Key West targets homeless camps in wetlands - says action is pro-environmental, not anti-homeless

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Boat Blows Docking [Schooner Wharf - Key West]

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It’s Okay For a Cop (the New Key West Police Chief) To Have sex With a Minor (17 yr old boy)

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Key West city leaders wade into gay marriage debate

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7 posted on 07/18/2004 9:39:28 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: glockmeister40

There are weight limits on most streets. It all depends on how you spread the load. I'd say hers is pretty well spread.


8 posted on 07/18/2004 9:40:12 AM PDT by x1stcav (http://www.ronaldreaganmemorial.com/photo_gallery.asp)
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To: Elle Bee
From the article:

...over 900 of America's poor have been killed in action.

What an arrogant b!tch. So only poor people enlist in the military? Go buy a clue, Rosie, you obviously don't have one.

9 posted on 07/18/2004 9:40:52 AM PDT by Bob
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To: x1stcav
Would need at least ten axles to spread that load.
10 posted on 07/18/2004 9:43:26 AM PDT by glockmeister40
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To: Bob
and the Key West Citizen and Bait Wrapper prints this as front page above the fold news ..... fair and balanced?

and this is in a town where the largest employer is the Naval Air Station Key West

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11 posted on 07/18/2004 9:43:55 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Elle Bee

Rosie left Key West on the cruise en route to Nassau, Bahamas where the disembarking passencers were met by Bahamian business owners holding protest signs saying "If you're openly gay, stay away"

What a difference a couple of hundred miles makes.

Hopefully you don't buy the Key West Citizen, it's a terrible waste of 50 cents daily or a buck on Sundays.


12 posted on 07/18/2004 9:44:49 AM PDT by jsh3180
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To: Lunatic Fringe

Rosie O'Fatsow is nothing more than a pimple on the ass of posterity. She's a bitter has-been who will soon be forgotten.


13 posted on 07/18/2004 9:45:05 AM PDT by AF68
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To: Lunatic Fringe
"Like so many of her other paintings and collages, it serves as an expression of O'Donnell's thoughts, feelings and emotions in response to the ever-changing world around her."

So do the paintings of kindergartner's.

I place a higher value on those.

14 posted on 07/18/2004 9:46:00 AM PDT by No Blue States
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To: glockmeister40

You in the HE business?


15 posted on 07/18/2004 9:48:09 AM PDT by x1stcav (http://www.ronaldreaganmemorial.com/photo_gallery.asp)
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To: Elle Bee
Rosie O'Donnell expresses herself on Duval Street

She was lactating? ewww!!!!

16 posted on 07/18/2004 9:49:48 AM PDT by steveo (Member: Fathers Against Rude Television)
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To: Elle Bee
I never see Kelli, which is kind of interesting. She runs in, gets on the phone and runs out.

Rosie, the reason why you never see your spouse is--

A.) She probably can't stand to listen to your fat a** blather on about crap.

B.) She's having an affair.

I vote for all of the above.

17 posted on 07/18/2004 9:52:04 AM PDT by rabidralph (My pit bull drives an SUV.)
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To: Elle Bee

I’m just up the road in Key Largo. Even if Gay Marriage never happens, it’s a virtual institution in Key West. It’s been a magnet for people on the edge of society forever.


18 posted on 07/18/2004 9:53:21 AM PDT by elfman2
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To: Elle Bee
Rosie the great artist . So this woman knows more about the defense of this country than our President. Okay, I'll buy that...NOT.


19 posted on 07/18/2004 9:53:23 AM PDT by texasbluebell
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To: rabidralph
Rosie, the reason why you never see your spouse is--

in the same direction and reason that she hasn't seen her shoes in years

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20 posted on 07/18/2004 9:54:49 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: jsh3180

Much better, and free: http://www.keystimes.com


21 posted on 07/18/2004 9:55:01 AM PDT by elfman2
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To: elfman2
and they are all upset that Bush has stopped their trips to Havana to rent little boys

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22 posted on 07/18/2004 9:56:43 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: jsh3180
Rosie left Key West on the cruise en route to Nassau, Bahamas where the disembarking passencers were met by Bahamian business owners holding protest signs saying "If you're openly gay, stay away"

Rosie and her buddies emptied the island of batteries and k-y. Local fishermen protested also - they thought there was a major clam digging operation in place.

23 posted on 07/18/2004 9:57:41 AM PDT by glockmeister40
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To: Elle Bee
"He is the most divisive president we've ever had,"

I would think that Abraham Lincoln would qualify for that that title.

24 posted on 07/18/2004 10:00:47 AM PDT by Mike Darancette (Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.)
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To: Elle Bee
Rosie O'Donnell: Because George Bush would like to distract Americans from the fact that he has started a war based on pure fabrication and that over 900 of America's poor have been killed in action. For what? For the arrest of Saddam Hussein. Well, that's not an equal trade if you ask me, or if you ask the parents, the brothers, the sisters, the children of the dead soldiers. People say: Well, peace is not patriotic. Well, guess what, peace is very patriotic. I'm very supportive of our military and when we ask them to go to war that it's for a worthy cause. This war, there is no worthy cause. We have done such damage to ourselves, as a nation, in the eyes of the rest of the world.

I only read to this misinformation. The left likes to change died to killed in action and then inflate that number. As of 7/18/2004 (15 months of combat action), 894 US soldiers have died. Of that number, 660 have been "killed in action". That makes Iraq one of the safest, lowest casualty wars in history. Jeep traffic accidents in Kuwait, while tragic,aren't "Killed in Action" and could have easily happened anywhere in the world. Jeep traffic accidents in Kuwait are counted in the overall death count quoted so enthusiastically by the left.

25 posted on 07/18/2004 10:01:30 AM PDT by tbeatty (I didn't claw my way to the top of the food chain to eat salad.)
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To: Elle Bee

-""a visual journal" of abstract expression, punctuated with sometimes harsh realism."-

In other words...the art sluts don't know what it means.


26 posted on 07/18/2004 10:05:03 AM PDT by AmericanChef
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To: Lunatic Fringe
To a Leftie, "support" is fine, as long as it doesn't lead to -- the horror -- "action". They all sang the same tune. The UN, France, Kerry, Germany, Hitlary, Rosie: "We didn't mean to support "action"!

If termites invaded their houses, they would declare their suppport and then want to discuss with the termites what they did to bring this about, and couldn't they all just get along. Then they would give the termites part of someone else's house for the termites to live in. The Left is clueless.

27 posted on 07/18/2004 10:12:00 AM PDT by Mad_Tom_Rackham (Havoc be upon them!)
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To: Elle Bee

maybe Fildel Castro has already infiltrated & captured Key West without us knowing about it??


28 posted on 07/18/2004 10:12:17 AM PDT by prophetic
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To: texasbluebell

Is that men's underwear she has on her head?


29 posted on 07/18/2004 10:13:52 AM PDT by rabidralph (My pit bull drives an SUV.)
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To: Elle Bee
Why does anyone listen to this woman? She surpressed her obnoxious dykehood so as to make a bundle off of a "nice" talk show that caters to breeders, she ran a magazine into the ground, she treated her staff like dirt, she financed a stinkeroo play by Boy George, the whole world begins and ends with her own lesbianism.

It is a statement on modern society that all one has to do to be considered brilliant is to be a raving psycho.

30 posted on 07/18/2004 10:15:27 AM PDT by Paul Atreides
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To: Bob
From the article:

...over 900 of America's poor have been killed in action.

Like Pat Tillman?

O'Donnel -- your prototypical self-important ignoramus "useful idiot" from Hollywood.

31 posted on 07/18/2004 10:19:59 AM PDT by Mad_Tom_Rackham (Havoc be upon them!)
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To: jsh3180
[Rosie left Key West on the cruise en route to Nassau, Bahamas...]

Did she have to be towed to the shipping channel by barges?

32 posted on 07/18/2004 10:22:24 AM PDT by Mad_Tom_Rackham (Havoc be upon them!)
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To: rabidralph

I think Kelli's going to pull an Ann Heche someday.


33 posted on 07/18/2004 10:25:49 AM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist
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To: texasbluebell
Rosie, you will never meet a guy looking like that!

...Oh,nevermind.

34 posted on 07/18/2004 10:26:42 AM PDT by JOE6PAK (I'll try being nicer if you'll try being smarter.)
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To: Mad_Tom_Rackham

Someone show me where millionaire Rosie ever gave up her wealth for those 900 poor Americans. In fact, show me where, more than a handful, of celebrities took time off from their self-absorption to even care about any of those brave souls fighting in the war.


35 posted on 07/18/2004 10:27:07 AM PDT by Paul Atreides
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To: JOE6PAK

Have no fear, she doesn't want to meet a guy. You're safe, Joe!


36 posted on 07/18/2004 10:30:22 AM PDT by texasbluebell
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To: texasbluebell

My God, but she is a pig.


37 posted on 07/18/2004 10:33:01 AM PDT by US admirer
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To: US admirer
Rosie O'Doughnut expresses herself on Duval Street

Bet that was a mess!

Kerry's Sister Does Key West

Porn movie?

38 posted on 07/18/2004 10:40:00 AM PDT by Paul Atreides
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To: Elle Bee
The sign in the window of my business:


39 posted on 07/18/2004 10:50:59 AM PDT by Key West Girl
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To: Elle Bee

"Oh I've said her name twice, that's going to seem weird"

yeah considering how NORMAL Rosie is and how stagnant her CAREER is I must admit to being taken aback by the fact that she dropped Madonna's name twice, ooooh how weird that is!


41 posted on 07/18/2004 11:21:04 AM PDT by got_moab? ("Howard Dean For America???? How's that workin' out for ya?)
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To: Elle Bee
She also said her brother's campaign has become a family affair, enlisting the active support of other siblings, his children and stepchildren.

Oh, say it ain't so!!! Stepchildren?? Does she mean to say that the late Republican hopeful John Heinz' sons are now stumping for John Flip Flop Kerry. Ughhhhh....

42 posted on 07/18/2004 11:41:46 AM PDT by fortunecookie
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To: Key West Girl

BWAHAHAHA!!!!! You originally from Texas!? ;)


43 posted on 07/18/2004 11:46:18 AM PDT by Indie (Ignorance of the truth is no excuse for stupidity.)
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To: Elle Bee

Rosie could receive a great amount of representation by the following method. Add a little helium to her mega-self and fly her as the Super Bowl Blimp(Good-Year).Bush/Cheney 2004!!


44 posted on 07/18/2004 11:51:50 AM PDT by No Surrender No Retreat (These Colors Never Run)
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To: Elle Bee
For what? For the arrest of Saddam Hussein. Well, that's not an equal trade if you ask me, or if you ask the parents, the brothers, the sisters, the children of the dead soldiers.

Well Rosie, under Baathist Iraq, homosexuals were not treated very well. Why is that even mild criticism by Republicans is the end of the world but imprisonment and official violence by third-world dictators get a pass?

45 posted on 07/18/2004 12:37:33 PM PDT by garbanzo (Free people will set the course of history)
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46 posted on 07/18/2004 12:48:55 PM PDT by John Lenin
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To: Indie

Nope but I might have to move there. Lol! Its pretty lonely here for conservative.


47 posted on 07/18/2004 12:56:58 PM PDT by Key West Girl
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To: Mike Darancette

I would think Bill Clintoon, or LBJ would qualify as well.


48 posted on 07/18/2004 1:19:39 PM PDT by Hammerhead
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To: tbeatty
Let us not also forget that Donald Rumsfeld stated that we lose about 300 servicemen a year in PEACE time to traffic accidents.
49 posted on 07/18/2004 2:26:15 PM PDT by SALChamps03
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To: rabidralph
Is that men's underwear she has on her head?

The horror! And it's all Bush's fault too...

50 posted on 07/18/2004 3:51:01 PM PDT by texasbluebell
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