Bill O'Reilly made a big point of telling us during his Talking Points commentary last night that unlike some people on Fox, he's not a political ideologue. Referring to his upcoming convention coverage, he said, "It will not be The Republicans are good, the Democratics are bad or vice versa. We are not in the business of promoting any political party." No, he just happened to conclude that The Republicans are sane and responsible while the Democrats are kowtowing to extremists and radicals.
Oh, and he also went after Sandra Fluke again. But more on that in a later post.
That said, I'll admit O'Reilly drew some good distinctions between the two parties' campaigns (Republicans argue from the head, Democrats from the heart). And I'd give him a lot more credit if he would just drop the pretense that he's not looking out for Mitt Rommey and that he wasn't just criticizing Democrats but demonizing them. So while O'Reilly's right that he's not a GOP lapdog like Sean Hannity, when the subject is Democrats and liberals, there's just not all that much difference at the end of the day.
I find Republicans sane because, like me, they let other people tell them what to think!
Tennessee state Rep. Kelly Keisling® is spreading a conspiracy theory to his constituents that claims that President Obama will fake his own assassination to avoid an election against Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
In an email sent from a government email address in his office, Keisling forwarded along a warning that the President and the Department of Homeland Security are potentially working together to try to implement martial law, heading off an election by pretending the President has been killed.
If only (hey could take it off their asses.
Maybe the GOP argued from “the head” at one time, but not the current flock claiming to be GOPers. They’re arguing as much from “the heart” as Democrats ever did. The only real difference is that the GOPers are putting their “hearts” into taking away people’s social lifelines (something which “the heart” should fervently support).
Bill even admitted he could get the police misappropriated on his behalf- look it up.