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Hey, Rosie O’Donnell: Did you teachyour kids to speak “ching chong,” too?

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 8, 2006 03:39 PM

Typical Hollywood liberal: She’s the first and loudest to accuse others of bigotry–pausing only to take a breath before practicing it herself. Click to watch the video of Rosie O’Donnell on The View the other day mimicking an imagined Chinese newscast of Danny DeVito’s recent drunken appearance on the show:



O’Donnell: The fact is that it’s news all over the world. You can imagine in China, it’s like, “Ching chong ching ching ching chong Danny DeVito ching ching chong drunk The View ching chong.”

[Laughter and applause]

At least we know now what Rosie’s thinking in her head when she hears Chinese people (and probably all Asian people) speaking. Maybe she’ll blog a poem about it.

Even more damning: The entire cast and audience of oh-so-progressive and enlightened women laughing along at Rosie’s mockery of Chinese. Her sanctimonious left-wing schtick is sending ratings through the roof.


Perhaps someone should mock a View discussion by replacing Rosie’s voice with the squealing of a pig. It’s certainly what I envision when I see her opening her mouth:

“Oink oink oink homophobe oink grunt snort Kelly Ripa oink oink I hate Bush oink oink The View oink snort oink.”

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