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Someone To Believe In Bill O'Reilly

Reported by Deborah - January 10, 2006

Tonight Bill O'Reilly found someone who believes in him and his War On Christmas. Bob Kohn author of "Journalistic Fraud: How The New York Times Distorts the News And Why It Can't Be Trusted', had all the right words of support for Bill making him feel less alone while defending his noble battle against the evil doers trying to destroy Christmas. Poor O'Reilly was all upset tonight about a segment on Dateline, NBC, suggesting that the War On Christmas was a fabrication instead of a serious threat to the American way of life. 1/10/05

Kohn was right there with some wildly out dated myths that O'Reilly finds so comforting. Kohn assuring him that the war was real and it suits the agenda of the liberal media to discredit the idea. Then he made it all more comforting by saying that the media is all Liberal and Democrats and most religious people are Conservative Republicans.

Kohn continued stroking his host with a theory about the Letterman appearance. Kohn claimed that when Bill mentioned the War On Christmas the audience applauded in approval indicating that the audience was a "microcosym" for the American populace. Then Kohn soothed the beast a bit more going after David Letterman for making the comment that" 60% of what you say is crap" despite the fact that he never saw The Factor.

Comment: O'Reilly seemed very relieved adding that he didn't go in for that conspiracy stuff but it was clear that Bob Kohn had made Bill O'Reilly his friend tonight. Also, I'm sure Kohn stands to sell a few more books with an endorsement from the brave Christmas Warrior.

So when will the 2005: War On Christmas,aka WOC be over. It seems only fair that the war should be over every year once the Christmas Tree comes down. Maybe next year some guidelines can be written up and posted on FoxNews.com.

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