CODEPINK , according to their mission statement, "is a women-initiated grassroots peace and social justice movement working to end the war in Iraq, stop new wars, and redirect our resources into healthcare, education and other life-affirming activities. We reject the Bush administration’s fear-based politics that justify violence, and instead calls for policies based on compassion, [...]
I was browsing books on amazon.com today and much to my surprise they have packaged O.J. Simpson’s infamous book, “if I DID IT” with Rosie O’Donnell’s up-coming book “Celebrity Detox”. What’s up with this? I don’t really see a connection between these two books or really the audience that they may each attract. It’s like saying if you are buying religion and buying something satanic click here and you can have both for this low low price. Say what?
I was watching a Glenn Beck show on CNN’s Headline News Network recently and found his judgment of Rosie O’Donnell to be not only hypocritical but also very sad considering that Beck’s own life has not been one without its challenges.
I found this fascinating given that Beck was criticising O’Donnell for her anger at the Bush Government and for seeing 9/11 as a conspiracy and for “seeing conspiracies everywhere. O’Donnell who has not said she thinks 9/11 was a conspiracy but who has reiterated often on her blog, “I have questions.” Beck’s criticism of what he refers to as O’Donnell’s anger was right after Beck himself had ranted for over 15 minutes at the beginning of this particular show about the loss of common sense in the United States and in the government and justice system in the U.S. Does Mr. Beck know how much he yells at from his “pulpit”?