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Wednesday, September 13, 2006
When the Snipet posted on Ebloggy one of the posts was about the usage of terminologies such as "fundamentalist" and how eventually Americans would be conditioned to view "Fundamental Christianity" (or as Rosie puts it, "Radical Christianity) the same as "Fundamental Islam".
Rosie O'Donnell, the new host of The View, restrained herself for exactly one week before letting fly with her extreme liberalism. On the September 12 edition on Tuesday, in response to fellow co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck's comment that militant Islam is a grave threat, O'Donnell countered that "radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America." The comedienne also ridiculed America's response to 9/11: "We were attacked not by a nation. And as a result of the attack and the killing of nearly 3,000 innocent people we invaded two countries and killed innocent people in their countries. This proved too much for even [liberal] Behar. She replied, in a somewhat bewildered manner: "But, but Christians are not threatening to kill us. There's that difference. This group is threatening to kill us." Hasselbeck also appeared surprised by O'Donnell's comment. She maintained: "We are not bombing ourselves here in the country." The comedienne had a clever retort for this: "No, but we are bombing innocent people in other countries. True or false?" Source:
posted by Jack Mercer @ 9/13/2006 10:12:00 AM  
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Miriam Webster defines Snipe as: to aim a carping or snide attack, or: to shoot at exposed individuals (as of an enemy's forces) from a usually concealed point of vantage.

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