Ellen DeGeneres tells People magazine that she wants to have kids.
I think we should do it (have a child) soon...When I'm around babies, I just melt. It's a big responsibility", she told America's People magazine.Ellen DeGeneres has also talked about America's strict anti-gay marriage laws, as she wants to make sure her partner would be well looked after if anything should happen to her. "If it were legal, we would be married, but it's not legal. I hate politics, but I think everyone should be treated equally”, she explained."If I die tomorrow, everything's taken away. We've taken precautions for that and she's taken care of, but, because we're not married, the taxes could take everything", the talk show star added."It's the first time that I’ve known in every cell of my being that I’m with somebody for the rest of my life", Ellen confessed."When it comes to starting a family, that’s the only time I think about age; I think we should do it soon", the 47-year-old star declared.
I've had enough with the media's obsession of Ellen Degeneres and the fact that this talentless woman keeps getting paid millions to share her non-talent with the rest of the world. Mind you, I understand why Ellen Degeneres gets so much attention, I just don't agree with it. I understand that she's the homosexual's version of Mother Theresa, that her coming "out" on her own TV show some years back was seen as some sort of courageous act. And that like most gays, she is defined by who she sleeps with. I understand that, believe me I do.
But when does this charade end?
For starters, the fact that people keep referring to her as a "comedian" is an insult to real professionals who get paid to make people laugh. I've seen Ellen's comedy "act" and sorry, but she's just not funny. And believe me, i tried really hard to laugh. I really like to laugh.Then again, I don't even think that most gay people find her funny. I think gays are just so happy to have such a public fugure to latch onto that anything that comes out of Ellen's mouth is treated like gospel. Same thing goes for Rosie O'Donnell. Same thing too for Sheryl Swoopes now that she's announced that she's gay (and BLACK and that!, now you just know the Left can't wait to take advantage of that lucrative combo).
But now we're supposed to believe that Ellen and her latest lover (how ironic that so many gays refer to their "significant others" by belittling them with that term) Portia De Rossi want to have kids? Gimme a break! And do the "kids" get to have any say in all this? Of course not. But better they have duct tape put on their mouths then be murdered, right?
Then again, gay or straight, celebrities who go on the media declaring their undying "love" for someone should never be taken seriously. That's why I give Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes 5 years tops because relationships are hard enough without making them a public spectacle. And In Ellen's case we saw this before when she went on "Queen Oprah" declaring her eternal love for Anne Heche (who I guess didn't find the homosexual lifestyle lucrative enough, dumped Ellen soon afterwards, went back to being straight and is now married to a man!).
Plus, someone needs to remind Ellen and her lover that they can't have a kid. Not naturally anyway, or yunno, the way God intended. Oh sure we have laws coerced on us by liberals that now allow gays to adopt and we have manmade sperm banks that pay men to donate their sperm to "clinics" that will allow Ellen's lover to be impregnated. But thank God Ellen and her lover's lust for each other prohibits them from having a kid or, if you want, check out the "nut & screw" creed.
The only thing I can say that I like about Ellen is the fact that she really doesn't try to be political. Besides going on record in support for the Matthew Shepherd Lie a few years back, I really haven't noticed Ellen taking as much advantage for her lust for women as she probably could . . . yunno, endorsement deals, her own gay network, maybe even her own cruise line for lesbians. I'll give her credit for that as I've seen too many gays in the spotlight use their chosen lifestyle as a means to acquire newfound "rights" that shouldn't exist. But the fact that Ellen remains in the limelight with a successful talk-show to boot (some years after she publicly announced that she was "retiring" from showbiz) makes her political regardless of her intentions, because she has become that important to the gay agenda.
While I understand that, I don't have to agree with it.
And I don't.