In addition to the usual character assassinations and promotion of the GOP/right wing agenda, Bill O'Reilly's trademark bloviation has taken on a "Dr. Phil" aspect in that Bill is now giving his "folks" advice on how to be a better and nicer person. Last night he recommended giving compliments, "rare in this selfish world," to people because it makes them feel good. He advised that if they make a good point "say, hey, that's a good point." Recently, as discussed by Ann Coulter on Megyn Kelly's Fox News program, and reported on the Fox News website and Fox Nation, African-American actress, Stacey Dash received death threats after she tweeted her support for Mitt Romney. She is being defended by Sandra Fluke who tweets that the "racist attacks" are unacceptable. She makes a good point. Let's see if Bill practices what he preaches by giving her a compliment. I'm not holding my breath!
What a paragon of decency and bon homie!
How did the right respond to that? They said that the left condoned the comments, and after Fluke appeared, resurrected that lie to say “Oh, the left is waging the real war on women!”
Hold your breath waiting for them to credit this. I’ll be the one laughing at you when you wake up.
Evvvvvrrrry day I make a lodda good points. Speaking of which, should you bump inta me I wanna tell ya howta convey your respect for my urbane good taste ‘n’ sound advise.
And if Sandra Fluke were ever to be assassinated by some crazy, I shall personally lay part of the responsibility on Mr. Bill O’Reilly, hater-in-chief at Fox (now that Glenn Beck is gone).