Rosie O'Donnell really hates the Iraq war. And to be perfectly honest, how can one not? Even former nemesis Donald Trump has stood by her on this one.
Much as Rosie annoys us regularly, at least in slamming the Iraq war, she's going after a worthy cause, rather than criticizing Tara Conner or American Idol for no reason at all.
But the outspoken critic goes to unusual, extreme and wildly controversial lengths to get her political views across. Recently, Rosie O'Donnell posted a bizarre picture of her 4-year-old daughter on her blog - looking like a terrorist.
It's a frightening sight, given that terrorists have been known to train children to be suicide bombers. And here we have Rosie, who has defended Iraq, Iran, and their leaders in lambasting the U.S. the war, posting a picture of her daughter dressed in camouflage and strapped with ammo.
The disturbing photograph was posted with this caption underneath it: "A picture is worth a thousand posts."
There was no explanation for the photo, but one can only assume it is meant to reflect the former View host's anti-war opinions - and how war destroys the lives of children.
Somewhere, Elisabeth Hasselbeck is fuming. And not smart, but sexy.
Meanwhile, the manly Ann Coulter ripped Rosie a new one with a blazing article in The Post Chronicle, branding O'Donnell "sick" and "hungry for attention."
Sounds like Britney Spears. But that's neither here nor there.
Coulter, the conservative blowhard, feels Rosie O'Donnell's stance on gun control is ridiculous, and quipped: "No one should have guns except my bodyguards," saying that when it comes to Rosie's personal safety, guns are okay, but when it comes to others, guns are bad.
Anne Coulter said of the disturbing photo of Rosie O'Donnell's daughter:
"I think this picture has set back gay adoption by about 20 years. I think this makes people think Rosie's kids should be taken away from her ... "
Wonder if Isaiah Washington agrees.