Life is full of irony.
Rosie O’Donnell’s 18-year-old son, Parker, has started a military career because, as O’Donnell noted, “how do you annoy your left-wing, liberal, pacifist mother? You become a big military man.”
O’Donnell, a Bush-bashing, 9/11 truther joined the women of “The View” on Friday for a return visit to the talk show she once co-hosted. While O’Donnell said she is proud of her son, who has been accepted into the Citadel, she admitted to grilling him on why he would want to do such a thing. His response, according to the uber-liberal entertainer:
“Only in America, Mom, could somebody like you who came from a horrible childhood, grow up and adopt kids like me who needed a family and I owe something to this country.”
Humor prevailed as she shouted into the camera, “No, my son. You owe something to me!”
Here’s hoping she doesn’t ever suggest he’s a terrorist, like she did to our troops in 2007, when she said, “I just want to say something. 655,000 Iraqi civilians are dead. Who are the terrorists?”
You can see the famous fallout from that comment in a second video below.
Rosie O’Donnell vs. Elisabeth Hasselbeck cat fight over terrorist comment!
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