Originally Posted by Puffy
Rosie was wrong for the reasons she challenged Trump (he was protecting an investment) but she was right about his moral compass.
And Rosie is a moral compass? Says who? Neither really are IMO. But Trump wasn't setting himself up as some sort of moral authority by his decision to give that girl a second chance. The girl got in trouble, the media blew it up all over the place, and Trump, being in charge of that pageant (whichever one it is), was forced to have to make a decision and gave the girl a second chance and to get help. Was he suppose to ignore it? As you said - he was protecting an investment, no acting like a moral authority.
What I don't understand is why this caused Rosie to go into such a snit on the View over it?
As I've stated she has been out there helping people since she came out and she has a right to say things about others who like to pretend to be out there but aren't, like The Donald. He has come out of this looking like an ass, IMO.
Oh - so since she has "came out" and is helping others she somehow now has the right
(.i.e. moral authority she rails on Donald over) to "say things about others"? Maybe that's why she's only liked by 28% of the population. It's what
she says about others.