August 29, 2006, - 4:14 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Real humanitarians don’t need to announce from the mountaintops what they’ve done to help others in need. But not Oprah.
HRHotU (Her Royal Highness of the Universe) Queen Oprah broke out of re-runs, today, to bring you an hour-long special on what HRHotU Oprah has done for the people of New Orleans affected by Hurricane Katrina. Yes, HRHotU Oprah single-handedly saved the people of New Orleans. Ya hear that?
Never mind that HRHotU Oprah is a gazillionaire, and yet she demanded that her less fortunate viewers and major corporations foot a lot of the bill. Never mind that a year ago, HRHotU Queen Oprah treated the world to a sickening show in which she, Lisa Ling, interior decorator Nate Berkus, and Dr. Mehmet Oz showed us dead bodies and bodies of the dying–their decaying bodies exploited for the special selfish needs of Oprah TV.
Never mind that the week while the Katrina disaster flooding was happening, HOprah was showing her viewers reruns of “The Gorgeous Men of Decorating,” and “Oprah and Stedman Visit the Dog Whisperer for Their Doggie ‘Daughter.'” Never mind that the week after–after we saw a week long of this on CNNMSNBCFOXNews–Oprah “News” needed to show it to us all over again . . . accompanied by HRHotU Oprah’s fake crying, fake rage, and fake anger (all complete with real make-up artist).
Never mind all of this because, hey girlfriend, Oprah started a whole neighborhood in New Orleans, unveiled this week. After all this, the only thing we’re surprised about is that she was so modest as to call a street, “Angel Lane.” After all, we thought it should be more appropriately called, “The Magnificent Kingdom of Oprah, Master Humanitarian & Eternal Queen of the Universe.”
Maybe we were wrong about one thing, though. She’s really not Queen Oprah. She’s King. Her adoring Queen is Oprah sycophant Gayle King.
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