Let her rant. It only damages the left.
Rosie sure melts any steel I have.
Bad idea. People should be free to make a jackass of themselves.
She does our side good. Let her stay!
Leave the blowhard on the air. Maybe some of the liberal women who watch her show will get a clue.
This is not a good idea. Miss O’Donnell is already getting far too much ink on her insipid rantings.
As the old saying goes, “give her enough rope and...”
However, I must say I did love her statement on physics. I had NO idea that fire could not melt steel. :)
Hell, just get that stupid show off the air, period. Especially with Babwa “Chavez Lover” Wawa.
It looks like more than half of the “names” are bogus. Wouldn’t it be better to post a listing of all of The View’s advertisers so we can write to them?
Interestingly enough, ABC’s Good Morning America did a piece this morning on Bill O’Reilly’s and Rosie’s spat. They ended by saying ‘we’ll let you decide’...
Counterproductive. If people care enough to sign a petition, it shows they care. The whores who run the network only want you to care.
A petition with lots of signitures shows a reaction, and thereby insures Rosie the pig gets a long run.
A better solution is just to not watch that garbage.
Forget it. All shows thrive on publicity and you are just giving them more publicity. Stop watching the show. Tell your acquaintances to stop watching the show. Look pitiably and disgusted at anyone who claims he or she watches the show. Contact the sponsors if you wish but lowering the ratings is the best way to end a show or personality on a show.
The View could force out gravity-challenged Rosie by replacing Hassleback with Laura Ingraham.
Keep her there. Give her a seat at the dem convention.
The only reason Barbara Walters or the network doesn’t dare reign Rosie in or fire her is Rosie will paint them all as homophobes and be able to get away with it. However, I’ll be more than happy to sign the petition in hopes it gets her off the air.
Looks like the petition has been trashed by dig suxxx
I have an idea. Ive mentioned this in the past in a rough outline of a course of action to let advertisers get feed back in situations like Rosie.
What is needed is an email chain; and a moderator for such a chain. This chain would be of people who are like minded in the objecting to the outrageous mutterings of this mental midget. When she espouses that terrorists are morally equal to innocent Americans they kill, we need to be heard in our outrage. If there were a way to let sponsors know that we find that their supporting shows like the View are not acceptable and that we choose to use the market place to express out displeasure with their actions, they would take notice.
We would have to back up our displeasure with a boycott of their products in the stores. It is not un-American to do this. In fact, it is VERY American. We bring the free market into play to show our commitment to our beliefs.
Now imagine that I find the view to be very disturbing in one of Rosies rants. I write an email defining the objection I have and send it to this master email list. The moderator agrees with me and forwards it to a subscriber list and the shows sponsor that we will not be buying their produce until they distance them selves from the offense. Now, everyone who is a subscriber forwards the email to everyone that they have on their personal email list, asking them to support the boycott of the sponsor and that all of these recipients forward the email to their private email contacts and so on.
Very quickly the boycott would spread like a wild fire. Even if the sponsors sales were to drop 2%, it would be effective. The same mechanism could be used to let everyone know when the sponsor took appropriate action.
This idea may be rough in description, but the general idea is that petitions will not work. Corporate bottom line considerations will work. When you can affect the bottom line of a corporation, you will effect change.
I will sign the petition, but we need a $$$ way of catching the attention of these shows sponsors, not the networks.