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Memo To Bill O’Reilly: The Truth Is Out There – But It Could Undermine The Propaganda!

Reported by Priscilla - May 12, 2009 -

Regarding Carrie Prejean, Bill O’Reilly said, on last night’s “Factor,” that “I haven't seen one op-ed piece, I haven't seen anybody on television from the gay community or on the radio say, 'You know, we don't agree but the woman is entitled to her opinion and shouldn't be villified.'” Really, Bill? Perhaps if you had checked more thoroughly you might have found this opinion piece on CNN, by Roland Martin: “Commentary: Miss California, thanks for being honest.” The article ends with this: “At the end of the day, we all have to be true to ourselves. Whether it's a gay gossip writer who favors same-sex marriage or a heterosexual woman who is against same-sex marriage. The day we condemn folks for speaking honestly is the day we become a bland society.” And here’s an opionion piece from the NY Blade – a gay publication: "But even if it were homophobic, Hilton’s response was inappropriate—because by calling Prejean a “dumb bitch,” he expressed general disdain for women. He didn’t address her opinion or correct her argument, such as it was—he reduced her to a non-entity, to someone not even worth taking seriously. This is fighting homophobia with sexism, and it is wrong.” What’s that old adage: “There are none so blind as those who will not see?”