Oprah Winfrey, the “Queen of Talk” who built an empire on the gullibility and ignorance of the American housewife, has called on critics of The Child Emperor to “show some level of respect.”

Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, the perpetually pudgy prima donna said, “I feel that everybody has a learning curve, and I feel that the reason why I was willing to step out for him was because I believed in his integrity and I believed in his heart.”

This is the same woman who “felt conned” by author James Frey who admitted that he lied and embellished events about himself and other characters in his best-selling book about substance abuse and recovery, “A Million Little Pieces”.  The book was endorsed by Winfrey in 2005 who later said, “It’s embarrassing and disappointing for me.”

This is also the same woman who embraced Eckhart Tolle’s book, “A New Earth”, a self-help book combining psychology and spirituality considered to be “religion light”.  So caught up in its half-truths and half-fabrications was Winfrey that she was challenged by members of her television audience for a New Age worldview that includes the belief that there is no sin, no evil, no devil, and that God is “in” everyone and everything.

Snopes.com includes a YouTube® video in which Winfrey denies Jesus Christ in the “mind-training” she espoused.

I’m certain to catch flack from those who still think the woman who needs help carrying her ego around is a wonderful talk show host and philanthropist, but I’ve never had much use for her bunkum.  I guess it’s because my moral compass doesn’t need adjusting by the likes of a woman who hasn’t been entirely truthful in her lifetime.

We told you “The One” wasn’t ready to be president. We told you he didn’t have the skill sets, the experience.  We told you he would be in over his head and we were right.

Learning curve?  Oprah, sweetie, it’s been two years.  I do believe the learning curve has run its course.  Stop your whining already.

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