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Bill O'Reilly Introduces New Segment and Another Blonde

Reported by Deborah - October 22, 2007 -

"Defining America" is the title of O'Reilly's new segment introduced tonight on The Factor. Now that Michelle Malkin has departed, Kirsten Powers got a new partner, Margaret Hoover. Besides being the great, great grandaughter of Herbert Hoover, she worked for both Rudy and Rove. All that and she's blonde too which seems to be a FNC requirement or at least it looks that way.

The "Defining America" segment will be pretty much like the other segment with Powers and Malkin. (The name of that segment has already left my mind) He'll introduce an issue or story and then he and Hoover will bash Democrats while Kirsten Powers will kind of agree with them but feel compelled to offer a defense that nobody takes seriously. Then both women will giggle at O'Reilly's teasing and have a bonding moment to let the audience believe they're all good friends.

Tonight BOR explored three subjects that were all perfect vehicles for his campaign agenda. First he talked about a CNN poll where 88% approved of Pete Stark's comment.

"You're going to spend it to blow up innocent people if we can get enough kids to grow old enough for you to send to Iraq to get their heads blown off for the president's amusement,"

Powers blamed the poll results on the blogosphere which got BOR going for sure.He sneered, "They tell their zombies, "Go to CNN". Hoover attacked CNN directly claiming they should be concerned that their audience is so far left since the country is 50% moderate. Bill was all excited asking her, " You think CNN is now left wing?"

Next topic was the use of kids in political ads. Of course, the ad he was referring to was the SCHIP ad with Graeme Frost. Hoover was shocked and dismayed at the insensitive Democrats using Frost as a "political football." When Hoover proclaimed, " I am offended by the hypocrisy of liberalism", Powers charged that Republicans were making things up about the child. O'Reilly brushed her off and went to the next topic.

This was the playful part of the segment. Bill brought up a study claiming that feminists have better relationships. Hoover made sure to distinguish her brand of feminism from the nasty 60's kind where they ' burned bras". BOR made some mean comments about Betty Freidan's body and characterized the early feminists as women screeching, " Hey you do this!!"

Then Hoover got flirtatious claiming modern feminists ask for what they want even if it extends to the bedroom. She told Bill that she negotiates on the third date. They all giggled and had that darling moment of bonding. It was just O'Reilly and his devoted backup duo having a good time.