The problem with gays like Rosie O’Donnell


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Signature of American television personality, Oprah Winfrey. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The biggest problem which is not listed here is that Rosie wanted to talk ad nauseum about being gay.  Who gives a crap? Not even gays liked her talking about being gay all the damn time. She even outed someone on the stay almost and he had not told anyone he was gay.   She is beyond the pale.  I would not only not hire here I have never watched her shows.  Her broadway show flopped too.  Dump Rosie, no, never hire Rosie. 

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2012/03/19/Rosie-MSM-Ignores-No-one-Liked-Her

Over the course of the last ten years, the funny, likable Rosie devolved into a boorish, divisive, nasty, partisan big mouth — and who wants to spend an hour a night with a boorish, divisive, nasty, partisan big mouth (who doesn’t believe fire can melt steel)? 

By any reasonable standard, Oprah Winfrey could not have found a worse person to prop up her fledgling network. To those of us who have spent a little time outside of Manhattan and Los Angeles, hiring O’Donnell looked the move of a suicidal executive determined to bring down her own network. Why would any sane person choose as their savior the most disliked and unlikable celebrity on a planet where the competition for that title is fierce?

So why does the entertainment media refuse to point out that which is so obvious to the rest of us? 

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