Wednesday, February 18, 2009

O'Reilly cites bogus poll to defend attack on Helen Thomas.

Bill O'Reilly now seeks to defend his decision to mock Helen Thomas' age - despite the fact that age was supposedly out of bounds when it came McCain during the last election - by quoting his own poll, from his own website, as somehow proof that the country is sick of "out of control PC nonsense".

So I asked you about that, and the results are in. About 75,000 folks voted. Big number in our poll. A whopping 93 percent say I should not apologize to Helen. Only 7 percent say I should.

Now, according to a Pew study, 47 percent of people watching "The Factor" are women. So that's not good news for the left-wing women's group. And about 50 percent of "Factor" viewers are either independents or Democrats. More bad news for the far-left loons.

So what I'm getting from this is that many Americans are fed up with out of control PC nonsense, and there is plenty of it around.
The man becomes more delusional with each day that passes. The people who listen to his ranting day after day agree with him, so not only does he not have to apologise, but the entire US public has obviously taken some huge swing to the right. As I say, it's simply delusional.

And just what is Juan Williams up to? This was never about people's "sense of humour" nor was it about, as O'Reilly now claims, the validity of the question Helen Thomas asked, it was pure and simple ageism, coming from the people who had objected to that very thing loudly and clearly during the last election.

It was that hypocrisy which most of us objected to.

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