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Angelica Houston Revelation/Prophecy?

Posted on | March 17, 2012 | 5 Comments

by Smitty

Emphasis mine, via Breitbart:

“What has happened, that we are fighting again for reproductive rights?” wonders Rosie O’Donnell, filling-in for Piers Morgan. “And how did guys get to be the ones to solely discuss it?” responds Angelica Huston.

So, wait:

  1. Reproductive rights are solely discussed by guys.
  2. Houston and O’Donnell are discussing reproductive rights.
  3. Does this add another dimension to their non-feminine appearance?

This blog is merely asking questions.
Houston goes on to mention the Dark Ages. This is certainly true, as the Progressive Faith continues to abort as many unbelievers as possible. But was Angelica talking about the annual bloody carnage offered to Moloch via abortion? In reality, “Dark Ages” may have been a wee prophecy (via Althouse) about Rosie’s show. The big questions there are

  1. whether Rosie will don the steel bikini for her final show,
  2. whether such a spectacle would destroy any TV set upon which it was viewed, and
  3. whether BHO can mandate viewing of Rosie’s last installment via executive order as a bailout for the electronics industry.

One is nearly tempted to lament the exit of Rosie, as she is such great snark fodder. Nearly.


5 Responses to “Angelica Houston Revelation/Prophecy?”

  1. daialanye
    March 17th, 2012 @ 4:46 pm

    I have a question. Exactly WHAT is Rosie trying to reproduce? Is she thinking of cloning herself? Because the last time I heard, it still took two to tango — two sexes, that is.

    As for Angie Huston, she has stated her long-time preference for dogs rather than children, possibly because you can board them at a kennel when traveling. So she’s another one who views reproduction — of the human variety — from a great distance.

  2. Adjoran
    March 17th, 2012 @ 5:49 pm

    In their defense, Rosie and Angelica raise the average IQ level in the United States – every time they travel abroad.

  3. AnonymousDrivel
    March 17th, 2012 @ 10:17 pm

    How many bites at the apple is  O’Donnell going to get to stay relevant? Is there some sort of cottage industry in the entertainment industry dedicated to keeping her in front of a camera? Is it that bereft of talent that recycling O’Donnell is essential?

    Oh, wait…

  4. richard mcenroe
    March 18th, 2012 @ 1:37 pm

     It’s not about whether Rosie is relevant.  It makes the people who HIRE her FEEL relevant.  “Look!  Look!  I’m making a statement!  I’m sticking it to the Man, man!”

    If, of course, you define the Man as shut-in invalids, senior citizens warehoused in nursing homes and aging bedridden veterans in VA hospitals where the Dem staff keep this stuff rolling 24/7.

    O’Donnell’s a loss leader.  The problem with that in this instance is, the entire Oprah Winfrey Network is a loss leader and they needed someone who could actually bring in an audience.  Their mistake.

  5. Beth
    March 20th, 2012 @ 2:58 am

    I don’t know if these two got sucked into the misbelief that the push to stop the HHS mandate is a women’s issue because it involves birth control or they are just part of the machine to continue the hysteria that there is a urgency that birth control and reproductive rights are being threatened.  NO ONE  WANTS TO OUTLAW BIRTH CONTROL.  WE JUST DO NOT WANT TO PAY FOR IT.  It is unfair to force individuals to go against their belief system.  Stay wise women and do not fall for this “women’s health care crisis.”  Get behind lower GAS PRICES which is hurting both men and women.