Bill O'Reilly's obsession with what he considers the sexual impurity of female pop stars began with Miley Cyrus and has been taken to a whole new level with his bizarre belief that the music of Beyoncé will inspire young African-American girls to have unprotected sex leading to pregnancy. He has no qualms about attacking Queen Bey because, as part of his divinely inspired job to look out for us, he's looking out for minority teens who, I guess, are motivated by music videos. Bill is upset about the corrupting effects of Beyoncé's sexy video (always shown during his homilies) and he wants you to share his concern. Thus, he congratulated himself and TMZ for the results of an on-line poll which showed that more folks sided with Bill than Bey. What he didn't mention was that the article's description of Bill wasn't too flattering.
Thursday, he began his tip of the day by citing a (non-scientific) TMZ poll and noting how he has "criticized Beyoncé for putting up stuff that may harm unsupervised children especially young girls." (Is it me or is Bill's bloviation about what's best for young girls kinda creepy?) Poor Bill attacked those, in the media, who "slash" him "for saying that; but it's true." He played TMZ video of two TMZ guys talking about their website's poll which asked if people "agree with Bill or Beyoncé and which resulted in a preponderance of votes going for Bill. One of the commentators said that it was difficult to argue that the video "was not hypersexual." Bill, who appreciated TMZ's "honesty," congratulated the TMZ.
The poll question was "who you got" with the choices being Bill or Beyoncé. So that leaves a lot of room for the definition of "got." While the TMZ guys agreed that the video was very sexual, they didn't opine on Bill's correlation of Beyoncé's video with teen pregnancy which continues to decline. But I do wonder if Bill read the article that accompanied the poll because it said this: "Of course, no one does bombastic over-reaction like O'Reilly -- but on this issue, we gotta ask."
"Bombastic over-reaction" - Oh, ain't that the truth!
Come to think of it, Billy is not very popular among male conservatives, and he knows it.
NOTE TO BILLY
If we find you a young Bey look-a-like for your second wife would you lay off Bey?
Remember when Katy Perry went on Sesame Street dressed like a hooker, and sexually harassed the Elmo doll around singing one of her songs? To have heard O’Reilly talk about that, she was the victim- PBS made her do it! You know exactly how it’d be different if that was Beyonce, or Rhianna.
@sandman: If they’re not Faith Hill or the Dixie Chicks, country music’s off-limits on Fox. You know IOKIYAR? IOKIYACS. This is especially true with the female singers, because they go out in their interviews and preach that little girls should turn 18, chain themselves to the stove, and only leave to have babies, and do whatever keeps her looking good.
A female country singer that has bigoted views on blacks, immigrants, and/or non-christians is their idea of a perfect woman. A male country singer is, in their eyes, the next stage of human evolution. I wish I was joking, but I’ve spent too much time on their entertainment news sections to even pretend there’s not a lot of truth to that.
Encouraging America’s youth to drive to a parking lot and have a Party clearly encourages kids to get drunk and drive.
I say this sarcastically because it seems that Billo only focuses on Blacks(unless he’s oogling Miley).
If he wants to focus on something dangerous, why doesn’t he spend his time going after people who use their cell phones while driving. I’ve had numerous near misses with idiots pulling out in front of me while they were busy yacking on the phone. People are dying all across America because of this epidemic of texting/talking on cell phones.