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04/23/2010

Audio: 'I'm not going to judge [gays].' Except, you know -- when I do. All the time. Constantly. Especially during elections.

by Jeremy Hooper

Rosie, like most gay and lesbian parents, is not to fond of having her home compared to a kennel. Rosie, unlike most gay and lesbian parents, has a national radio show:

"Ideal" is code wording. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes! More in the media need to be saying this in the firm but fair way that Rosie does here. Major respect points for Ms. O'Donnell.

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**EARLIER: Weird that Mike's interview could have been "distorted," when the reporter REVEALED THE FULL TAPE!

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