Ok before you tar and feather doglips...this was in the Washington Times...Rosie has some good points here...not so sure she has any friends left now... Enjoy. PAGE SIX By JARED PAUL STERN with PAULA FROELICH and CHRIS WILSON -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- June 25, 2002 ONE-time "Queen of Nice" Rosie O'Donnell turned mean at her first stand-up show in six years over the weekend, trashing Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson, Anne Heche and Sharon Stone. "I'm no longer a TV talk-show host," O'Donnell told thousands packed into a ballroom at the Mohegan Sun casino in Uncasville, Conn., Saturday night. "The ***** ain't so nice anymore." Rosie, a die-hard Democrat, said she refused to speak to Clinton before he wailed on his sax Friday with Blues Brothers Dan Aykroyd and Jim Belushi's star-studded band in the casino's Wolf Den bar. "He disgusts me," Rosie told the crowd. "And I know I'm not supposed to say this because I'm a good Democrat, but I didn't want to [talk] to him because he lied to me when he said, 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman,' and then put the scarlet-letter b- - - job on her for the rest of her life . . . I still hate you!" Rosie also raged at Michael Jackson, who creeped her out at Liza Minnelli's wedding to David Gest (which O'Donnell dubbed "the gayest thing since my last show"). "Michael Jackson wanted to speak to me, but I didn't because I don't speak to pedophiles," Rosie said. "He's a freak, and I don't mean that in a nice way . . . He's cream-colored and has no nasal passages whatsoever. He doesn't look human. Did he look into the mirror one day and say, 'Perfect?' " The sapphic supernova ridiculed Sharon Stone for reciting all of John Lennon's "Imagine" during a bizarre speech at an AIDS fund-raiser a few years back, Heche for telling Barbara Walters she was never really gay and Oprah Winfrey for not showing up to her own show. "She didn't come," Rosie sniped. "She was busy. She was home counting her money." O'Donnell's delectable diss-fest was the high point of the Mohegan Sun's glitzy $1 billion expansion, which featured concerts by Cyndi Lauper and Cher along with Clinton and the Blues Brothers Friday night, and Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles after Rosie's set on Saturday. Rosie dueted with Lauper on "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" and was front and center for Cher's show, while a sax-blowing Clinton, Steven Tyler, Wilson Pickett, Paul Shaffer and Peter Wolf joined the Blues Brothers onstage. Afterward, a host of celebs hit the casino's Cabaret club for a 50th birthday bash for Aykroyd. Crowding around a "Conehead" cake were lovebirds John Cusack and Neve Campbell, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Roseanne Barr, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Jimmy Fallon, Chris Kattan, Lorne Michaels, Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos.