Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Thank GOD Rosie left "The View"

Not that I've ever watched daytime television (hell, ANY television, for the most part) ...

But this is just a breath of fresh fucking air, isn't it???

9 comments:

LSL said...

Wow. That's the most depressing three minutes of tv I've seen in a long time. I hate that fucking show and I think that lady doesn't have a brain in her head. ARGH.

Michael said...

Oh God, where did they find this crack pot? Thank god for Joy trying to call her on her bullshit. I miss Rosie!

By the way, how did you get a PG rating with the word "fucking" on your blog. (Not that there's anything wrong with that.) I got rated R for saying "gay."

Lewis said...

Talk about doing a 180. My gosh, it's like someone wiggled their nose (like on Bewitched) and a whole new show appeared. This chick's a total wreck.

Matt said...

Michael, you could have stayed PG like angelic little me by saying "FUCKING gay". It's all in the syntax. :)

Paul said...

Watching this gives me a headache.

Scooter said...

Let's see. 4 abortions (killing four inconvient fetuses)=okay.
A woman's right to birth control = bad, bad, bad. We are supposed to be fruitful and mulitply...Speaking of being fruitful, Gay marriage in her cotton candy fluffy brain is forbidden. Is it because of our lack of abortions?

This woman is a mess. She's one of those Christians who follows scripture only when it's convenient. Heck, one more abortion and her next one's free!!! Yet, she condemns two males getting married because they're not a family unit.
Pitiful self righteous bitch!

jo said...

OK, I had to replay that because at first I think I missed the part about the abortions. But you don't know if she came to Christ before the abortions or after, so cut her a little slack. Look, she is trying to live by the Bible. If you take it literally, then there is a lot to struggle with. I love my cousin Matt, and I'm happy that he has someone like Scott to love. But I struggle all the time with how that fits into teachings of the Bible. Matt knows I struggle with this. I personally have a hard time right now saying that a gay marriage should be sanctified by the church, but I do believe that partners in a gay union should have all the benefits afforded to a heterosexual couple. I don't believe there should be the hate and discrimination that you all face. But please realize for a practicing Christian, there are struggles. Everyone has to look inside of themselves and come to terms with whatever decisions they make. We're all a little whacked at times in what we say or do. Personally, I learn so much through reading Matt's blog and some of the blogs he links to. I never understood how horrible the world can be to you. But I'm trying, I really am, to understand and to let love rule my heart. She isn't in the same place I am. We are all in different places, all of you included, as we try to live in this crazy world. So go ahead, Matt, and post things like this, but the one thing I have come to appreciate is the way you let us all have our say, even those of us who are walking in new territory.

Matt said...

Thank you Jo for giving what I always ask for - a differing opinion in an intelligent way.

(BTW to other readers - Jo is my cousin, and we have had some discussion about this item. She is way cool, we both have strong opinions, but are both trying to listen to each other. Please take her comment to heart and not get defensive as I, regretably, originally did with her. We - or at least I - can learn a lot from listening to her and trying to understand a more Biblical/religious-oriented view ... )

Matt said...

Oh - and I know we all in the blogosphere tend to read only the most recent postings - but if anyone is still reading this post and its' comments, I think Jo's comment is a great start to open up some discussion ... and I'd love to see that.