Monday, October 1, 2007


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Whenever I catch a glimpse of Bill O'Relly, I immediately see this self-aggrandizing paragon of virtue, this long winded ego-maniacal blow-hard, this tough talking, yet soft walking sanctimonious sack of compost and this skyscraper of a man whose elevator no longer reaches the top floor. I'm not going to sugarcoat my personal feelings when it comes to 58 year old William James "Bill" O'Reilly, Jr. I dislike the guy with a passion. The same people who insist that George W. Bush is really this deep thinking, highly educated intellectual will also praise O'Reilly in a similar manner. I don't for one second believe Bush is actually brighter than he appears, and I also don't think O'Reilly is really this sophisticated, open minded, political commentator. I have too much evidence to validate the contrary. I shall now lay out my case by just noting four of the countless examples of what a horse's ass O'Reilly truly is.

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On February 10, 2001, O'Reilly gave a speech at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He told the audience that Inside Edition, a show he previously hosted, had won a Peabody Award. A few weeks later, Al Franken coincidently happened to see a video tape of that speech on C-Span. Franken decided to perform a search on LexisNexis and discovered that on three separate occasions dating back as early as August of 1999, O'Reilly made the same fallacious claim. Franken called O'Reilly for a statement and O'Reilly admitted he had made an error, correcting himself and stating that the show had won a George Polk Award and not a Peabody, after all. For the record, further research that Franken documented in his book Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, reveals that this Polk award was not only given one year after O'Reilly had departed the Inside Edition program, but it was specifically awarded for work O'Reilly had no involvement in whatsoever. Franken called Lloyd Grove, a reporter for The Washington Post, who called O'Reilly and asked him about his statements. O'Reilly said, "So I got mixed up between a Peabody Award and a Polk Award". Mixed up? Um Bill, you had NOTHING to do with either the Peabody or the Polk, so what was the point of mentionioning them at all?

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The Autumn of 2004 would come to show that O'Reilly was more than a right wing windbag, it would become obvious that he was a horny, sexual deviant as well. On October 12, 2004, O'Reilly was sued in a Manhattan Civil Court for $60 million by a 33 year old female producer of his little TV show. Andrea Mackris, who began working on "The O'Reilly Factor" in 2000, quotes heavily from what seem to be tape recordings she made of her boss. She claims he had phone sex with her against her wishes, "babbled perversely" to her while watching a porn movie, suggested she buy a vibrator, propositioned her and a female friend, and invited her to his hotel room. Mackris's suit quotes the married O'Reilly telling her over the phone, allegedly after pleasuring himself, "You know, Mackris, in these days of your celibacy and your hibernation, this is good for you to have a little fantasy outlet, you know, just to keep it tuned, keep that sensuality tuned until, you know, Mr. Right comes along and then you can put him in traction. . . . I'm trying to tell you, this is good for your mental health." Bill is apparently a sex therapist when he's not otherwise lying about winning journalism awards. When Mackris told O'Reilly to stop talking to her like this, she quotes O'Reilly as telling her, "If any woman ever breathed a word, I'll make her pay so dearly that she'll wish she'd never been born. I'll rake her through the mud, bring up things in her life and make her so miserable that she'll be destroyed." Apparently that MUD contained between $2 million and $10 million, because that was the amount of money O'Reilly was willing to pay in order to settle the lawsuit. As part of the settlement agreement, court records sealed the specific payout. You sure showed her, Bill.

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In January of this year, 15 year old Shawn Hornbeck from Missouri was rescued from Michael Devlin, an adult man subsequently charged with 71 counts of kidnapping and forcible sodomy. The boy was held captive by Devlin for four years. O'Reilly used his program to express skepticism over 15-year-old kidnapping victim Shawn Hornbeck's "situation." The imbecile babbled on and on about how Hornbeck "liked" his "circumstances." On the January 15th edition of The O'Reilly Factor, O'Reilly said that "there was an element here that this kid [Hornbeck] liked about his circumstances," and added, "The situation here for this kid looks to me to be a lot more fun than what he had under his old parents. He didn't have to go to school. He could run around and do whatever he wanted." O'Reilly said on the January 16th O'Reilly Factor, "I hope he did not make a conscious decision to accept his captivity because his alleged kidnapper made things easy for him. No school, play all day long." O'Reilly had vowed to apologize if it would be proved that the boy was a victim and in no way participated in his incarceration. When authorities finally did charge Devlin, and announced the boy was a victim and did NOTHING to contribute to his detainment, O'Reilly for once said nothing. No apology, no mention, no acknowledgment the incident ever occurred. Once again, Bill O'Reilly sends notice to anyone attempting to wrest "The Biggest Jerk in the World" title from him, that they have little to no chance of succeeding.

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Last, but by no means least, we now fast forward to the present. O'Reilly once again seemed determined to simultaneously close his mind and open his mouth and spew the first stupid thought to take refuge in his over-sized, bulbous head. Bill was relating a story to his mouth breathing band of dull witted sheep on his September 19th radio program. "You know, I was up in Harlem a few weeks ago, and I actually had dinner with Al Sharpton, who is a very, very interesting guy. And he comes on The Factor a lot, and then I treated him to dinner, because he's made himself available to us, and I felt that I wanted to take him up there. And we went to Sylvia's, a very famous restaurant in Harlem. I had a great time, and all the people up there are tremendously respectful. They all watch The Factor. You know, when Sharpton and I walked in, it was like a big commotion and everything, but everybody was very nice." What's wrong with that, you ask? Keep reading Sparky. "I couldn't get over the fact that there was no difference between Sylvia's restaurant and any other restaurant in New York City. I mean, it was exactly the same, even though it's run by blacks, primarily black patronship. It was the same, and that's really what this society's all about now here in the U.S.A. There's no difference. There's no difference. There may be a cultural entertainment -- people may gravitate toward different cultural entertainment, but you go down to Little Italy, and you're gonna have that. It has nothing to do with the color of anybody's skin." Keep reading. "I like that soul food. I had the meatloaf special. I had coconut shrimp. I had the iced tea. It was great. That's right. That's right. There wasn't one person in Sylvia's who was screaming, "M-Fer, I want more iced tea." Not one? "You know, I mean, everybody was -- it was like going into an Italian restaurant in an all-white suburb in the sense of people were sitting there, and they were ordering and having fun. And there wasn't any kind of craziness at all."

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Yes sir, George W. Bush is actually very bright and Bill O'Reilly is actually Mahatma Gandhi. If you think O'Reilly is putting on an act and actually is an articulate, enlightened guy, you need to send your PIN and bank account information to that Nigerian Diplomat, ASAP. What you see is generally what you get. When you look at a cesspool, you see and smell it for what it is. When I look at George W. Bush or Bill O'Reilly, I see and smell that same cesspool.......

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