Rosie O'Donnell has had yet another show cancelled.
By my count, this makes three public failures for Rosie (four in you count K-Mart firing her as it's spokesperson (spokesblimp?) after they determined that her bitterness and anti-gun crusading were turning off the consumers that they were trying to attract), who was actually once quite popular before she began spewing raw hate at gun owners, conservatives, and George W. Bush and interjecting her far-left political screeds into everything she said, even if she was hosting some high-achiever schoolkids or interviewing a popular TV star. You'd think that she'd have figured it out by now, but Americans don't want to tune in every day to hear some rich person who lives a life of luxury dumping on the very country that made it possible for her to become rich while at the same time demeaning and criticizing the rest of us if we choose to own guns (while hiring armed bodyguards to protect herself), vote for a candidate that she doesn't like, or even dare to live in a red state. You'd think that she's have learned from watching fellow nasty lefties like the Air America team or Al Gore fall, but if there's one thing that Rosie O'Donnell is, it's persistent. And she persistently fails at every new pubic endeavor now, taking a whole bunch of new investors' money down the toilet with her every time she gets a new forum and opens her mouth. She and other freedom-hating liberals should catch the clue bus and stop trying to bully the rest of us into adopting their views on the strength of nothing more than petty insults and vile diatribes. Maybe they should try reason and facts sometime. Pity that those things rarely if ever support the liberal positions on anything, though.