We're not exactly shedding tears for Rosie O'Donnell.

We're not exactly shedding tears for Rosie O'Donnell.

Remember her?

She said goodbye to "The View" on Friday, nearly a month before her contract was up.

The move came after she threw a hissy fit at co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who fought right back.

For those who have better things to do than pay attention to Rosie and company, the unhappy recap goes like this:

First, liberal Rosie says, "655,000 Iraqi civilians have died. Who are the terrorists?"

Talk show critics blast her for implying that U.S. soldiers are terrorists.

When conservative Hasselbeck doesn't back her up, Rosie calls her "cowardly.''

You know what our pop pundits say about the spat?

"Good riddance, Rosie," says Kathy Neuenhoff, sitting at the counter of Blanche's Diner in Bethel, where several customers nod in agreement.

"I never did like her; she's got a big mouth," adds Diane Schwartz of Middletown, loading groceries in her car at Redner's supermarket.

Back at Blanche's, Carol Lewkowicz of the Sullivan County Town of Thompson does admit she's fascinated by Rosie.

But her husband, Martin, sitting across from her, clarifies things a bit.

"Yeah," he says, "we watch her — like we watch a train wreck."