Liberal Outrage Targets Speaker Paul Ryan Over Defunding of Planned Parenthood

Rosie O'Donnell attends the Broadway opening night of "Hamilton" at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

And when they do things like this, it just further cements in the minds of sane individuals that only the lowest life forms promote and support abortion.

Reacting to House Speaker Paul Ryan’s statement that in repealing the atrocious (un)Affordable Care Act, that Planned Parenthood would be defunded, the predictable anti-life sleazoids slithered out from under their rocks.

Rosie O’Donnell, who has long since worn her loud, angry lesbian act thin, responded to a tweet from Sarah Thyre, a character actress or something that nobody outside of her immediate circle knows.

OH, she played a bit part character back in the 90s on a Comedy Central show called “Strangers With Candy.”

Apparently, she just spews profanities and talks about waving dirty sanitary napkins around on Twitter, these days. You know, because that’s “edgy” and empowering, or something.

I’m not going to post the tweets here. They’re disgusting, just like the she-dogs that put them out on Twitter.

The gist was posted at The Hill, however:

The comedian wrote to her more than 900,000 followers on Twitter on Friday: “f— you paul ryan – shame.”

The tweet came as a reply to one from “Strangers With Candy” actress Sarah Thyre, who dropped the F-bomb in her own post about Ryan, writing, “Dear @SpeakerRyan: F— you. Love, me and @pussyrrriot,” along with a video called “Straight Outta Vagina.”

See what I mean?

Pure class.

Low class, but still class, right?

O’Donnell is joining a host of Broadway performers (I can’t call them “stars”), such as Chita Rivera, Bebe Neuwirth, Betty Buckley, Rosie Perez, and Brian Stokes Mitchell on Inauguration Day in what they are laughably calling the “Concert for America.”

The goal of this jerk-fest is to raise money for the Sierra Club, Southern Poverty Law Center, and of course – Planned Parenthood.

And that, of course, is their right. Anyone who wants to hoof it to New York to see this parade of self-absorbed activists is within their rights to do that, as well.

I’m all for people putting their money where their mouth is. If Planned Parenthood is so important to them, let them raise money to keep it running.

Don’t expect those of us who care about life to foot the bill, however.

Kudos to the GOP, Paul Ryan, and any bill that gets Planned Parenthood out of the taxpayers’ pockets.