February 7, 2014, - 11:49 am

Anti-War Rosie O’Donnell Tells “View” Hags Her Son Will Attend The Citadel, “Loves Military, War”

By Debbie Schlussel

Far-left, anti-war crazy, Rosie O’Donnell, returned to her old haunt, ABC’s “The View,” this morning and informed “View” hags that her adopted son, Parker, is obsessed with the military and has just been accepted into The Citadel, the well-known military college in South Carolina. O’Donnell said her son will attend the school in the fall and told ViewHags that this is his way of “getting back at his left-wing mother.”

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In a 2011 radio broadcast (with O’Donnell, isn’t it a broad-on-broadcast?) recorded and posted by Brian Maloney/Radio Equalizer, O’Donnell elaborated on her son’s love for all things military . . .






Let’s just hope that Parker O’Donnell (or whatever his lesbionic surname is–I don’t know the “etiquette” of those things) doesn’t infect The Citadel and the U.S. Armed Forces (which he wants to join) with his weirdo mommy’s destructive, bizarro views.

Remember, this is the “mom” who “returned” the Black baby she adopted, but held onto the four White, blond kids. And she’s also Um Nidal [Arabic for "Mother of the Struggle"] O’Donnell, who dressed one of those White blond kids as an Islamic terrorist.

Rosie’s Kid . . .

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Bint Nidal [Daughter of the Struggle], Vivi O’Donnell, Rosie’s Daughter

HAMAS’ Kids . . .

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28 Responses

LOL I’m dying over the “broad-on-broadcast” remark! Love it!

For those who don’t know, The Citadel is a military college that looks and feels like West Point with all the military trappings, but it’s actually an ROTC program. It’s in South Carolina, and pre-dates the Civil War. They toe the line on official government action, but they’re also very traditional. IF he has any lefty crap to share, they’ll either march it out of him or he’ll find somewhere else to go.

I’m curious about her comment “loves war.” Maybe he appreciates the struggle for your country. Maybe he just hates his mom enough that he aligned with whatever she was against. And oh good LORD! The guy doing the interview. “Use it (the military) as a srvice organization….drop love, not bombs.” See? Cannabis DOES affect your cognitive skills.

Sean M on February 7, 2014 at 12:40 pm

Hmmmmmmmm, very interesting, Debbie. And I agree with Sean M about the broad-on broadcast remark.

Speaking of your sense of humor, Debbie, you and I laugh at many of the same things, and also use many of the same phrases to describe certain things. Case in point, “punk ass bitch” reference to Justin Bieber, the exact same phrase I’ve used many times.

Any of the trolls who pop up on various topics who think that Debbie has umm, personality limitations, aren’t really reading her. In addition to being an astute social commentator, extremely knowledgeable, versatile journalist, and the ONLY SINCERE person I know telling the unvarnished truth about Islam, she has a tremendous sense of humor. Debbie is obviously a well rounded person, as anyone with a sense of humor like hers, could not be nearly as constrained as all these dopey critics of hers would testify.

Now, back to Rosie Odumbo. We can only HOPE this “son” of hers IS getting back at his left wing “mother.” Yeah, sure, son, he has NONE of her DNA, and neither do Michael Jackson’s kids. Don’t know who the sperm donor for Paris, Blanket and the other one was, but it wasn’t The Weirdo Of Pop.

We’ll stay tuned for updates, because I’m sure this isn’t the last we’ve heard of this young man. We can only hope that one day when he comes back from deployment in ohhhhh, say, Syria, that he proceeds to tear his “mom” a new one with regard to “radical Islam” vs. “radical Christianity, on LIVE TV.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 7, 2014 at 1:11 pm

    Alfredo, I agree about O’donnell, but, an adopted child is as much someone’s child as one who has their DNA. Sometimes more. There are too many DNA donors who don’t have a clue how to parent or want to. My daughter put her first born up for adoption without even telling me she was pregnant. My darling granddaughter has a LOT of my DNA but I thank God every day for her adoptive mother. My daughter has turned out to be very unstable. In fact, I just found out that she was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder when she was 15 but back then, she had the right to deny me access to her doctors and records and I never knew. Her louse of a father never even told me there was a dx. I was totally stonewalled. It’s been hell for the past 27 years. My granddaughter and I have a relationship thanks to FB, imagine that! She’s in Canada and I’m here. She’s an adult and a terrific young woman. Did her adoptive parents raise her with exactly the same values as we would have? No, but using Skunky as an example, as long as there is a willingness to learn and admit mistakes, it IS possible for people to change. My Darling is brilliant and loves to learn. She has a happy, upbeat personality and did not inherit any of her mother’s mental issues which she in turn inherited from both of her grandmothers.
    So, please, don’t be so quick to dismiss the role of adoptive parents in general or their bond with the children who needed them.
    O’Donnell is an appalling excuse for a human being but apparently this kid turned out ok in spite of that.

    Meira on February 9, 2014 at 6:36 am

      “So, please, don’t be so quick to dismiss the role of adoptive parents in general or their bond with the children who needed them.” – Meira

      WHAT??!?!?!!!!??! How do you get that from what I said? I’ve known plenty of adoptees, and adoptive parents. No one’s dismissing them at ALL. What I am dismissing is celebrities, especially those who spend the better part of their lives making spectacles of themselves, and pandering to the rabble, who parade their personal lives in public, constantly thumbing their nose at any and all standards.

      I’m sure Rosie loves this young man, and has done her best along with her partner in raising him. Obviously, something came out right, in my opinion, if this young man has made the choice to attend The Citadel, and shows such an interest in military affairs.

      But his “mother,” or whatever Rosie Odumbo considers herself to be, is in bad need of an education in steel making, and you can bet dollars to donuts if she weren’t a famous lesbian comedian, she wouldn’t be parading the fact that she even has an adopted son in public. There’s an agenda here, that’s all I’m saying.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 9, 2014 at 1:21 pm

        Alfredo, I don’t want to argue with you but that’s how I read the following sentence: “yeah, sure, son, he has NONE of her DNA,” It was the “Yeah sure, son…” that made me think you didn’t consider an adopted kid a “real” son or daughter. If I misinterpreted that, I apologize.

        Meira on February 10, 2014 at 12:15 am

          No, no, Meira, no problem, as a matter of fact, my fault and I apologize. Here’s a quote from something I said in answer to gordez down below:

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          “That was the point I was trying to make above, which Meira questioned, because I guess I didn’t phrase my point well. If you are a spectacle, and insist on making a spectacle out of yourself while your kids are young, don’t include them in the circus until they’re grown. Then just let them be. Rosie is never without an agenda, and it is never a good one.”
          ____________

          I have reviewed what I said originally for the fourth time or so. Here is the problem I created. In looking at the time of day I posted, and the day I posted, I could see that I was either headed out to the fields to work, or headed to town to check the P.O. box, perhaps do some food shopping, and check on my family, including someone who is not very well.

          My post was put up in haste, because I remember doing that, and also engaging in a bit of smart-assishness. If you look at what I said to gordez, I’ll explain a bit further. I know me, and people who know me know me, but you don’t know me. So, it is extremely easy to create a wrong impression by not being almost perfect, especially when we are pressed for time, or perhaps trying to lead with emotion, instead of pure thought.

          I believe that Rosie probably does love this young man and the rest of her children as best as she can. But this woman is an ostentatious spectacle, who gets so many things wrong, and basically because of her personality, and Hollywood’s collaboration with the lap dog media, gets to command a bully pulpit when she doesn’t even deserve to have any voice in America, other than perhaps at the voting booth.

          I believe such people make a circus out of their lives in public, and often inject their children in to the circus surrounding them. I believe they slobber over these children publicly to a ridiculous extreme, so I often question their parenting skills, and to a certain extent, their reason for even having their children, whether birthed to them, or adopted.

          A case in point is when Debbie did the article covering the TMZ story about celebrities who suddenly show up in public with an adopted black baby, such as Sandra Bullock did, 15 minutes after she and that Jesse James guy, or whatever his name is, broke up.

          I have a hard time respecting these celebrities just based on their world view, but the way they handle their children places the whole scenario in question. See also in my reply to gordez, what I said about the Trump children and The Leprechaun’s children.

          So, sorry again, next time I have something to say like that, I’ll try to hold off until I’m not in such a hurry, and choose my words more carefully.

          Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 10, 2014 at 1:16 am

        Alfredo, no apology necessary. You are a gentleman. Thanks.

        Meira on February 10, 2014 at 11:23 am

Meh. I’m just going to say good for him. Hopefully he’ll find some strong male role models other than his “mother” and her/its fellow dull bikes.

As Sean M said above, the Citadel has a long and powerful tradition that can with ease outmatch any lefty crap some punk kid or his dullard of a mother could try to pull a hundred times over. I don’t know if he thinks he could pull that sort of stunt there or if he looked at his train wreck of a “mother” and decided that everything opposite must be right (and no way I’m actually watching the clip of that hagfest). Either way, if some kid butts heads with the Citadel, my guess is the Citadel wins – in which case they make a man out of that kid meaning he wins as well.

Brian R. on February 7, 2014 at 3:38 pm

Rush Limbaugh has a gazilion dollars and a posh estate in Florida. He has adorable kittens (pumpkin) I think. But why can Rush not find the time to read books? He annoys me with his ignorance on basic subjects. With his money he could hire some Mavarick’s Dancer to ready the news to him. His ignorance is astounding. But he does say he did hate school. And it shows. Ugh… At least be a man and get rid of the cats! Ugh most men I know have smelly fat dogs wearing camoflauged collars (I live in Texas).
Kare

Karen on February 7, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    What’s wrong with cats, Karen? I had cats for 37 out of the 42 years between ages 10 and 52. Wanna see me shovel snow and chop ice for hours, or clear and control farm land that hasn’t been worked in 15 years with just two machetes and a hatchet, no machines? I’m up to about three acres and counting. I’ll challenge anyone one-third to half my age for hard manual labor. Won’t beat ‘em all, but I’ll give a good account of myself in every case, that’s for sure. And I’m a 57 year old asthmatic, with plenty of neurological damage from a 1978 car accident, and subsequent injuries.

    As for Punkin (NOT Pumpkin), she died about three months ago. Just managed to catch the end of his talking about it during a show one Friday. He has a new cat now.

    As for books, Rush does read books, and talks about them plenty. But what’s wrong with not reading books? I read plenty of books in my youth. But now, what with spending literally hours a day on the internet reading news and doing nutritional research, farm work research, and in my 30th cover to cover reading of The Bible, other than using books for spot research, what’s the point? Not everything can be found in books.

    As for Rush himself, I’m not a Rush butt sniffer, but I don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, either. As the Bible says, “here a little, there a little.” Many people in this world have something of value that can be taken from what they’re saying, or how they’re living. I can listen to Rush and be hanging on every word, pumping my fist and saying right on, or wagging my head vigorously side to side and saying oh, no, buddy, you’re WAY wrong on THIS one.

    It’s like people we know and love. Not EVERYTHING about them is to be admired or liked. Take what is of value, and leave the rest. Rush is the same, so is Mark Levin, so is Debbie. I love Debbie dearly, pray for her safety and well being, admire and respect her, but I don’t agree with everything she says or her approach to everything. Doesn’t stop me from loving her, or admiring and respecting her.

    Men and cats? C’mon, you can do better than that. Or maybe you can’t, . . .

    BECAUSE IF YOU HAVE SUCH A BIG PROBLEM WITH RUSH LIMBAUGH, WHY DO YOU LISTEN? CHANGE THE STATION OR TURN THE RADIO OFF!!!

    Otherwise it says something about what’s missing in your life, no?

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 7, 2014 at 8:10 pm

      Agree! we have a dog and a cat and my husband loves both. Real men take care of their animals, they don’t let them sit around greasy, smelly, and fat. If a man does that to his dog, what will he do to his woman?

      Meira on February 9, 2014 at 6:39 am

Karen: “Ugh most men I know have smelly fat dogs wearing camoflauged collars (I live in Texas).”

I love all of my smelly fat dogs right here in Simi Valley, California. And one of ‘em is greasy, too.

mobileDSR on February 7, 2014 at 4:33 pm

My nephew attends the Citadel. Another nephew, works there as an associate professor.

I can tell you , that is no place for a liberal spouting punted-out kid! That boy’s mommmma best send him by plane and stay the heck away!

My sister told me a story last year after the funeral of another family member, about how her son assigned one his students write a HUGE report, to be supported with with pictures and first hand commentary on the USSR Gulag system and its relationship with the infamous KGB. Gave him 10 days to get it completed.

WHY?

Because the student stated in open class that the USA was worse than the USSR.

This made me laugh!! Imagine Harvard/Princeton/Rutgers making a student do that kind of report!! NEVER!!!

It is just ME AGAIN on February 7, 2014 at 10:06 pm

Ah, the sperm donor dividend. I’m surprised the lefties haven’t screened for that at the uptake end. Vegan, pacifist, communist only sperm accepted here (with a bunch of male goats in the lot out back)

Pete on February 8, 2014 at 9:55 am

I am graduate of the Citadel. We welcome this young man into the community of Citadel Men. He will be forged in respect, duty, honor, and service. Since her son is will be a graduate of Forked Union Military Acadmey, he most likely has military discipline.

We had Hanoi Jane at the Citadel when Ted Turner’s sons went there. We can handle Rosie “fire does not melt steel” O’Donnell.

Ted on February 8, 2014 at 10:47 am

    I become almost enraged every time I see that ignorant comment that this bastion of pomposity so boldly made, on a TV show where all too many American hang on every word.

    The process of making steel was something the basics of which were taught in school before the American educational system went down the drain. As someone with a lifelong interest in railroading, I also have read plenty about it. How does she think vehicles and other steel items are scrapped and hauled away? To think this person even has a voice outside of her own household is cringeworthy.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 8, 2014 at 8:11 pm

The way the military is going this poor kid maybe not be able to escape even there.

Frankz on February 8, 2014 at 1:59 pm

I pray this young fellow succeeds. Its not an easy path he has chosen to follow.

CornCoLeo on February 8, 2014 at 2:15 pm

“Remember, this is the ‘mom’ who ‘returned’ the Black baby she adopted, but held onto the four White, blond kids.”

Actually, as Mia was coming from the Florida system unlike Rosie’s other three kids, Rosie couldn’t adopt her as Florida quite famously doesn’t permit gays, be they single or married, to adopt. Mia wasn’t returned so much as removed from Rosie’s home as permanent, adoptive parents had been found.

R: Not true. Rosie publicly announced she was giving this child back because the child “didn’t work out.” This had nothing to do with Florida or finding permanent parents. DS

Robert on February 8, 2014 at 2:17 pm

    This 2002 transcript from CNN indicates differently.
    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0207/06/lklw.00.html

    O’DONNELL: …

    You know, when I told Diane the story of my family because of the child that I lost based on this prejudice that exists within the law in Florida where I live…

    KING: That was Mia, right?

    O’DONNELL: Yes, and that’s the state that I live, that’s where I vote, that’s the home that I love is Florida and the fact that that state would say to me, you are not a competent parent is mind boggling to me.

    While I’ve no doubt that the woman is something of a bigot (her “ching-chong” comments a few years ago and her stance on all things Israel, for instance,), I do doubt your implication that she returned a foster child for being black. A few sources identified Mia as being a special needs child, and many parents are unequal to the challenges that those present, and THAT would be a far more likely reason for returning Mia, if the state hadn’t taken her back so she could be adopted.

    R: Well, that’s nice that you fell for Rosie O’Donnell’s after-the-fact propaganda, but the fact is that Rosie O’Donnell had openly said before this that she was returning the Black child because the child didn’t work out with her other kids. (In fact, she returned the kid more than a year before she even came out publicly as gay.) And, in fact, O’Donnell never tried to go through the adoptive process in Florida, not because she was gay and would be kept out of it (which she could have challenged in the courts), BUT BECAUSE SHE DIDN’T WANT THE KID. She said so in many media appearances and was jeered for it. This was her attempt to “rewrite” the story and rehab herself. And you fell for it. Nice try but no cigar.

    Oh, and by the way, how on earth is “ching-chong” racist? Because Michelle Fraudkin says so? Here’s a tip: everyone was strangely silent (including Fraudkin) when Rush Limbaugh did the same “ching-chong” routine. Here’s another tip: that’s an accurate way of describing the way Asians sound to Westerners when speaking their native language. It was the way both Rosie and Rush described Chinese people reading the news or telling the news about something on Chinese TV. Anyone who says that’s “racist” needs to get a life and a sense of humor. Was Eddie Murphy “racist” when he did a Yiddish accent in the barbershop scene in “Coming to America”? No, it was funny and accurate. I didn’t yell and scream about it. I laughed along with it. DS

    Robert on February 9, 2014 at 2:12 pm

      DEBBIEEEEEEEEE!!! ROTFLMAO!!! You’re hilarious, even when you’re not trying to be.

      I am compelled to make a couple comments about Debbie’s comment on Robert’s comment. Got that? LOL!!!

      First, I never saw Coming To America, but I have heard Eddie Murphy do an old Jew. It is my understanding that he, Billy Crystal and other up and coming comedians played The Long Island Borscht Belt when they were young. One time, perhaps on an episode of Saturday Night Live, he and Billy Crystal erupted in to two old Jews, and I died laughing. NOBODY does it better. Sure, he’s got equals, but Eddie Murphy is a very talented man, and no one does an old Jewish man better than he.

      As for what Debbie said about getting offended, sadly, though it may get me banned (LOL!!!), I have to express my extreme disagreement with her saying she didn’t get offended at Murphy in the movie. LOOK IN THE MIRROR, DEBBIE!!! You’re white, and Jewish to boot. You’re not allowed to get offended, because, . . .

      now let’s all hold hands, and sing from the Revised Bible of The American Left, . . .

      THAT’S DIFFERENT!!! ROTFLMAO!!!

      Remember back in the 80′s when the notion was being proffered that all heterosexual men were really latent homosexuals? Same thing. All white people are latent racists, whether they realize it or not, so . . .

      SORRY DEBBIE, YOU LOSE THAT POINT!!! YOU DON’T COUNT!!! LOL!!!

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 9, 2014 at 11:37 pm

I hear Rosie has been cast to play Sgt. Vince Carter in the new Gomer Pyle movie.

#1 VATO on February 8, 2014 at 7:30 pm

I don’t see why this is such a suprise.Alot of fatherless boys seek out male discipline and guidence and have done so through the military as long as I can remember.
It will no way make up for not having one but it can help him overcome some of it.He will have other men to help him catch up on the training that most men get from there fathers and it will become apparent to him what he missed and what he needs to work on.

gordez on February 9, 2014 at 7:10 pm

Even conservatives are adopting a castle system of bastards.Somehow a father has just become someone who does a sex act on your mother.So they’ll say technically Parker not a bastard. and if he says he wants to find out who his father is He’ just being unappreciative and sexist.

I wish Parker luck and hope The Citadel helps him on his journey ,and that he’s able to become a Good Man.

gordez on February 9, 2014 at 7:19 pm

It is very interesting given the start he has had in life, and I wish him all the best and success, too. His bombastic spectacle of a errrr, “mother,” errrrr, “father,” not sure what the roles are in that household, perhaps should have kept the lid on this for a while, though. He may get tried extra hard at The Citadel for being her kid.

Two cases in point. Whatever negative things can be said about Donald Trump, although it was known he had kids, you never saw them in the public eye, or even heard of them being mentioned, until they were grown up. The same goes for The Leprechaun (Bill O’Really). Whatever negative things can be said about him, I didn’t even know he had kids, until this ugly divorce stuff began showing up on the internet.

That was the point I was trying to make above, which Meira questioned, because I guess I didn’t phrase my point well. If you are a spectacle, and insist on making a spectacle out of yourself while your kids are young, don’t include them in the circus until they’re grown. Then just let them be. Rosie is never without an agenda, and it is never a good one.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 9, 2014 at 8:38 pm

When I lived in South Carolina in the 90s, The Citadel was forced to accept female cadets. I think they were one of the last “holdouts,” so they’re a very conservative school (which I think is good–too bad they couldn’t remain all male). It’ll be a good counterbalance to the lefty indoctrination Rosie’s son received growing up. My younger son was accepted there last year, but he decided instead to enlist the Army, but I would have been very happy for him to attend The Citadel.

joan on February 9, 2014 at 11:02 pm

Rosie is someone who gets more attention for her antics than for any work that she manages to find.

Worry on February 10, 2014 at 11:41 pm

This just gladdens my heart to NO END! Karma’s a mofo, ain’t it Blowsie?

Cicero's Ghost (NB) on February 12, 2014 at 7:53 am

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