Friday, December 02, 2005

O'Reilly goes back on promise
On the November 14 episode of the popular Fox News comedy revue The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly promised to publish an enemies list on his website.
Predictably, some far-left Internet smear sites have launched a campaign to get me fired over my point of view. I believe they do this on a daily basis. This time, the theme is O'Reilly is encouraging terrorist attacks. Unbelievably stupid, but not unusual for these guttersnipes.


So I'm glad the smear site's made a big deal out of it, because now we can all know who was with the anti-military Internet crowd. We'll post the names of all who support the smear merchants on So check with us.

America-hating, left-wing bloggers were thrilled at this development and rushed to demand prominent placement on said list. O'Reilly repeated his promise the next day on his wacky radio show.
And the smear sites who kind of tried to use this issue to drive it are now on the defensive. And you know who they are, you know who they are. And only Kool-Aid zombies are going to get involved with them anyway. And it was good. I mean, I wanted to show our affiliated stations, all 400 of them, I wanted to show our sponsorship, all the people who buy time on The Radio Factor, I want to show everybody exactly where this was coming from, who these people are on the far-left smear sites.

And they are anti-American people. They hate this country. They do.


And you need to know they're out there, because what they do is they have minions in the elite media that they feed stuff to, and the minions run with it. And here's what I'm going to do, ladies and gentlemen, every minion that does that, every one is going to be exposed on The Radio Factor, the television Factor, and on our website, Every one who carries their water, I'm going to put their face up there, their name up there, and tell you exactly what they're doing. So you know in your town who's doing it. Enough's enough.

This is great. I don't think my "minions in the elite media" get enough credit for the great work they do. Really. I wouldn't have the fame and influence I have if weren't for my minions. Let's give 'em a big hand.

That night on teevee, he repeated his promises to all of us guttersnipes and our minions.
In the past, the smear sites have been somewhat successful using these dishonest tactics, but now the game's up. Anyone, anyone who carries water for these far-left sites will be exposed on this broadcast. Your right to know. The Internet -- the intent, I should say, of the smear sites is to intimidate free speech. This is not what America is supposed to be about. So the smear sites must be exposed. They have hurt the country dramatically.

But as the days went by, we began to doubt him. Each day we'd check out his site, eagerly looking for the enemies list. And each day we'd go away disappointed. Finally, earlier this week, he put up a list of three "media outfits" that included the St. Petersburg Times. How lame is that?

Now he's reneging on his whole promise to the America-hating, minion-owning guttersnipe community.
In the "Unresolved Problem" segment tonight, as we told you last week, we are closely watching the far-left smear websites to make sure they are held accountable for damaging people, something they do on a regular basis.

Now, our policy is to not name the websites, because, well, they're beneath contempt. They want that kind of publicity.

So that’s how it is. He just toys with our feelings and casts us aside. What a wanker.

You know, Bill, you're not the only contemptible, loud-mouth, right-wing jerk out there. There are lots of other fish in the sea that we could be mocking. Pat Robertson would be happy to have our attention. So would Michelle Malkin, James Dobson, or the greater and lesser Limbaughs. We thought we had something special with you, But I guess not.

Man, I feel so used.

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