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O'Reilly The Watchdog Is Rabid

Reported by Deborah - March 20, 2006

O'Reilly stands poised to rip apart anyone he thinks is speaking against him. Tonight his victim was Jeff Bruce, Dayton Daily News, for an editorial about Judge Connor in Ohio who O'Reilly has decided should be removed from the bench. Tonight O'Reilly next to a graphic of a police badge with Smear Patrol written underneath described the editorial.
"The most vile and irresponsible editorial I have ever seen in an American Newspaper."

He not only showed a photo of Jeff Bruce but also his e-mail address urging people to get in touch with him. Of course now that people know what he looks like and where he works, it would be quite easy to reach out and contact Bruce in a variety of ways.

Things became clearer when O'Reilly added that the Dayton Daily News is owned by Cox Newspapers who also own
The Atlanta Journal Constitution which has the dubious distinction of being on Bill's little blacklist of" Media Operations that traffic in defamation". Bill was kind enough to also show viewers a photo of Jay Smith, Editor of that newspaper.

There is one editorial from the Dayton Daily News from 3/19/06 that is far from vile and irresponsible. In fact it criticizes Connor for his poor sentencing of the child rapist and merely states that O'Reilly has been going after the judge. There is another editorial by Bruce that would surely anger Bill.

O'Reilly who declared that he doesn't do personal attacks finished up this personal attack with a clearly threatening glare as he intoned the daily "Ridiculous doesn't even cover it."

comment: If you've had it with O'Reilly's bizarre and dangerous behavior take action at Ad Nausea O'Reilly really deserves a taste of his own medicine.

note: (3/21/06) Here's the editorial that probably motivated O'Reilly's frenzy
Alhough this commentary is more provocative, the fact that two opposing opinions, one favoring O'Reilly, appeared in the newspaper makes his attack on the Dayton Daily News more reprehensible. The link to this editorial was not included in the original post 3/20/06.

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