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Bill O’Reilly’s “Patriotic” “T&A”

Reported by Priscilla - February 10, 2010 -

“Traditionalist” Bill O’Reilly does love him some bodacious booty and curvaceous cleavage. He knows that the “traditionalist” men, in his audience, have (just like Bill) certain “man needs.” As such he frequently features, in the guise of a discussion about the state of our society’s mores, some fine ladies. His "Factor" segments have included the beautiful Padma Lakshmi seductively eating a hamburger, the beautiful Bar Refaeli au natural, and naked ladies advertising a video game. That Bill does love to titillate isn’t surprising given that the main character, in his novel “Those Who Trespass,” enjoys sneaking up on women who are showering, grabbing their breasts, and smothering them with falafel (wait a minute, that last one was Bill’s fantasy!). But nothing warms the cockles of Bill’s patriotic heart more than “tig ol’ bitties” and other naughty bits contained (barely) in “Old Glory.” For their love of country, as exemplified by their red, white, and blue bikinis, Bill bestowed upon “The Patriot Girls,” a group of “models” who support the troops, his coveted “Patriot” award. Last night, Bill gave his seal of patriotic approval to those bikini clad (not, however, in the requisite American colors) female Olympic athletes who are very up front about their patriotism. *But in showcasing these fine ladies, did Bill O'Reilly break a promise made to Laura Ingraham?

*Update

Bill began his softcore segment by joking about how these women are “overexposed” (hardeharhar) in Sports Illustrated. The video (from the Sports Illustrated “Swimsuit” Edition) zoomed in on the lovely (so flat, I’m jealous) stomach area of American Olympic skier, Lindsey Vonn. As the video progressed, Bill said that these women are patriots because they “train hard” (“Hard” – LOL!) and “represent America in international competition.” He continued with the obvious: “We also have no trouble with bikinis, American invention***** however some of you might disagree”. (*Laura Ingraham?) He invited his audience to make the “Patriot” call. One assumes that Bill “stood at attention” (I know, I’ll stop now) at this display of patriotism.

*****Memo to Bill O’Reilly – The bikini is not an American invention. Although ancient murals show that it goes back to Greco-Roman times, it made its first modern appearance on the beaches of that reviled librul, decadent, and otherwise evil country known as France. I'm anxiously awaiting your on air correction.

*According to Media Matters, Laura Ingraham, in 2007, told Bill O'Reilly (in no uncertain terms) about Fox News' and Bill O'Reilly's affection for showing videos of scantily clad women: "I don't know if there's a rampant midlife crisis going on on this network among the male anchors, but I can tell you that my female listeners are saying ... what is the purpose? ... You can talk about cultural issues and cultural debates without running the constant loop of this video." (See News Hounds) Bill responded by saying "no more bikini's" or shots of, as Ingraham expressed it, women with "hands over boobs." This latest video isn't the first time that Bill broke his promise.

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From Bill’s April 28th 2009, "Pinheads and Patriots," in which he named Bar Refaeli a “Patriot” because the sales of the bikini, which she modeled, went to cancer research. If you want to see more of Ms. Refaeli, there’s more in the video. Hey Bill, what about no more bikinis?

From another "Factor" segment ("family hour?" in which Refaeli was considered a "pinhead."

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