Partisan O'Reilly lifts boycott of France now that neo-con elected
Reported by Chrish - May 8, 2007 -
In a blatant show of his right-wing favoritism, Bill O'Reilly announced yesterday 5/7/07 that his silly "Boycott France" campaign has been terminated, due to the election of hard right Nicolas Sarkozy.
“The Factor” is lifting the boycott of France. However, "Boycott France" bumper stickers do remain available on BillOReilly.com for nostalgia purposes. And you never know — we may have to re-impose it.
France's new president, Nicolas Sarkozy, we believe he will be much more fair when dealing with the USA, helping out NATO and fighting the War on Terror. The fact that thugs took to the streets after Sarkozy won tells you what you need to know about the election. If these animals don't like Sarkozy, then he must be doing something right.
Anyway, many on “The Factor” staff are very pleased the boycott is lifted so they can eat their little truffles and escargots and drink their overpriced wine.
For me, I like visiting France, but I'm going to wait to see what happens before checking into some chi-chi farmhouse in Provence. To not do so would be ridiculous.
The Boycott on France lifted!
It's a silly thing, stupid, even, this so-called Boycott. But O'Reilly has clearly tied his support of a nation to the politics of its leader.
Fair and balanced? Riiiight.