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O'Reilly: American Businesses Should Kneel and Thank Jesus

Reported by Marie Therese - November 28, 2005

During tonight's O'Reilly Factor, O'Reilly made the following comment in his Talking Points Memo: "Every company in America should be on its knees thanking Jesus for being born. Without Christmas, most American businesses would be far less profitable. More than enough reason for business to be screaming 'Merry Christmas.' But many will not. They're afraid of being attacked by secular forces. It is now time to draw the line, ladies and gentlemen. We must decide whether we value our heritage or not. ... George Soros and Peter Lewis, the money men behind the secular curtain, have financed a number of websites which routinely attack those with whom they disagree in the most vile ways. Most mainstream media avoid the far-left smear sites. But some help them. In the coming weeks we will expose those media which pass along the vicious personal attacks. We've already listed some of them on BillOReilly.com and we hope you steer clear of those organizations."

"If traditional America rises up and punishes mainstream media, which furthers the cause of Soros and the ACLU, they will lose. The defamation pipeline that has been cleverly devised. will collapse. If Christmas in America can be marginalized, ANY tradition can be, including marriage and the way you raise your kids. ..."


Don't you just love the way O'Reilly demeans Jesus' birth, encouraging American businesses to treat the Nativity as though it was a publicity stunt cooked up for the sole purpose of increasing holiday sales?

Additionally, I finally FOUND that list. Go to BillOReilly.com, click on "About Bill" then click on "Media Defamation."

It's nothing to write home about. But then, O'Reilly takes his cue from George Bush.

He's all hat and no cattle!

FROM BillOReilly.com:

A Message from Bill: Media Operations that Traffic in Defamation

"The following media operations have regularly helped distribute defamation and false information supplied by far left websites:

- New York Daily News
- The St. Petersburg Times

"These are the worst offenders. In the months to come, we expect to add more names to this list. We recommend that you do not patronize these operations and that advertisers do the same. They are dishonest and not worth your time and money."

If you'd like to let O'Reilly know what you think, here is his contact information: [email protected]

Drop him a line. But, please, keep it civil and to the point.

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