Video: Rosie responds to DeLay, explains her "ching-chong" joke

Another day, another unhinged rant from Rosie. Last week, Tom DeLay called for Rosie to get the Imus treatment.

And for the contextual icing on the cake, where are the repercussions for Rosie O’Donnell’s hateful, idiotic accusations that President Bush was behind the 9/11 attacks? And her ignorant parody of the Chinese language? Or her comparison of conservative Christians to Islamo-fascist terrorists? Why has ABC not suspended her from The View? Why has she not been frog-marched up to some radio show to apologize to 9/11 victims/Chinese-American activists/evangelical Christians?

What the Left is doing is not a fluke – it’s a concerted strategy. And it works. So if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. That’s why I am calling on conservatives to use the available media (radio talk shows, blogs, letters to the editor) to protest and demand that Rosie O’Donnell be kicked off The View. Where are the demonstrations in front of ABC? Where are the boycott threats for The View’s advertisers, or its parent company, Disney? Who is holding Barbara Walters accountable for Rosie’s offenses? We can fight like the Left, too. If Don Imus falls to the pleas of political correctness, we’re taking Rosie O’Donnell down with him.

And that, my fellow conservatives, is how the Left wins. Now it’s our turn. Charge it to our heads, not our hearts.

Well, here’s one Rosie boycott.

Today, the rotund oracle responded on her blog in her usual kindergarten way:


Note: To this day, Tom DeLay has never been convicted of any crime Ronnie Earle has indicted him for. He is not, therefore, a criminal.

Today, Rosie continued her attack on DeLay. Sarcastically calling him a “man of high moral standards,” Rosie attacked the former Congressman for writing about her “ching-chong” joke, claiming he is not “supportive of the plight of Chinese in America” like she is. (Moral Authority Card, anyone?) Yes, because saying “ching-chong” over and over is being supportive of the Chinese. Rosie explained her “joke” was funny because of the absurdity of a drunk actor making international news. Haha, get it?


On a related note, Bill O’Reilly responded to Rosie and Frank Rich’s false claim that he used the term “wetback.”