Sunday, March 18, 2007

Trump and Rosie: A Political Marriage Made in Heaven

Of all the ridiculous celebrity spats this past year none was more pathetic and transparent than Rosie versus the Donald. Let's start with what it was about: Miss USA going to rehab and getting a second chance. Anytime there is a beauty pageant involved you're already in the superficial zone, but then the insults began. In an obvious attempt at ratings on both sides, Rosie mocked Donald's hair and Donald called Rosie disgusting. It was clear they would only really make up if Rosie got Donald in a jail cell with the right strap-on device. Okay, that was unnecessary, but so was the entire feud.

Actually, there were a couple of interesting insights. First, I thought it was revealing how Donald kept saying Rosie hadn't accomplished anything - that she was a failure. In Donald's world just making millions as a standup doesn't count. I guess you have to be a billionaire to make it now. Then there was Rosie, defending the less attractive contestants on American Idol for the cruel things that were being said about them, then launching into an attack on Trump's appearance. So which is it? Is it okay to make fun of someone's looks? Personally, I think Donald Trump's haircut is fine and I hope it lands its own show on Animal Planet someday.

So this was all heading towards a giant waste of time: Celebrities using their position in society to be pointless, right? Wrong. In the last week, Donald has said that President Bush is probably the worst president in the history of the United States, and that's helpful. This gigantic machine that keeps reinforcing the manufactured fake image of this pathetic leader must be stopped. President Bush is a mediocre, dangerous loser and the sooner his supporters get it, the better. Listen to the Donald, people.

Now we come to one of my pet topics: 9/11. Rosie is now part of the movement questioning the obvious problems in the official story. I really believe this will catch on more as people get a chance to think about it without as much emotions as right after it happened. This thing is hiding in plain sight and any time a celebrity like Rosie comes onboard it's a welcome thing for the 9/11 Truth movement.

Incidentally, that's why the Portland Freelancer is supporting Rudy Guiliani for the Republican nomination. I believe his candidacy would shed more light on this topic and could blow the lid off this dark conspiracy once and for all. The timing of those terrorist confessions last week was interesting. Why now? A desperate attempt to keep the light focused elsewhere?

This brings me to my final point: I wonder what Donald thinks about 9/11? Of the two celebrities, Rosie has figured it out, and yet Donald's the one with expertise about buildings. I wonder what he thinks about the way Building 7 came down? Will someone please ask Donald Trump about this? Perhaps this is the issue that could unite Rosie and the Donald - stranger things have happened...but not many.

If that does occur and a Rosie-Trump alliance leads to the truth about these last few years - about the Neo-Con plot to take over the world using a false flag operation to create a new Pearl Harbor - then think about it. We would owe it all to a partying beauty pageant contestant who kicked the feud off. Okay, maybe not, but let's run her picture anyway. Just in case.


At 12:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Nice job Bill - got to comment on the Donald / Rosie thing, link it to the 9/11 false flag operation, and run THAT photo again.

Can't beat it!

At 8:00 PM, Blogger TC said...

After Trump's feud with Rosie I really do not respect or value his opinion about anything. Although I agree with his comment about Bush, I think that was a fluke. He is a petty, childish man. I think he called her everything just short of "poopy-head"...I actually just ranted about it on my own blog which is why I am seeking out other opinions. I would love your comments on my view.


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