Last week, in the middle of Bill O'Reilly's ongoing hate-a-palooza directed against the African-American community, MSNBC's Chris Hayes did a piece that summed up Bill's angry white man shtick quite adeptly. It's funny, during one of O'Reilly's attacks on "black culture," he asserted that Lil Wayne (as opposed to a discriminatory justice system and lack of economic opportunity) demeans black culture. Hayes suggests that the same question could be asked about Bill O'Reilly and white culture: “If Bill O’Reilly is representative of white culture, with his stereotyping and his victim-blaming and domineering tone, then I’m pretty sure we need to start having a national conversation about the problems with white culture." Check out the video.
Update: Video is no longer available.
“Sorry we told the truth about you and your network, Bill. Even sorrier that the truth hurts. Now get over yourself, and if any of us just happens to run into a mic wielding Jesse Watters, we’re suing your sorry ass for harassment.”
Seriously, I gotta find it again, but everyone should read how clean they broke that point off.