Bill O’Reilly continued his obsession about black teen pregnancy and with public service announcements as his decided-upon solution. Not that he offered up anything like a study or data to support his conclusion. Apparently, O’Reilly just knows what’s good for black teen girls. Oh, and he’s still obsessing about Sandra Fluke, too.
O’Reilly told guest James Carville:
I want a big public campaign, funded by the federal government to go in and tell the girls and the young ladies, “Don’t do this. …Wait until you have a stable situation to become pregnant.”
Carville said he’d “get behind” such a campaign “if it had comprehensive sex education and had easy access to contraception.” He also said he wanted more funding for that and for Planned Parenthood, which provoked a dismissive outburst from O’Reilly:
You want to fund, fund, fund! …More money!
Of course, O’Reilly had just said he wanted a “big public campaign funded by the federal government.” I guess money is no object so long as it’s an O'Reilly-approved project!
But O’Reilly wasn’t through with his contempt. “Why don’t we just have the Good Humor man have contraceptive on the ice cream truck?”
And, “Alright, we’ll have Sandra Fluke go door to door in all the poor neighborhoods.”
I’d love to know what a psychologist says about O’Reilly’s Fluke obsession.
Sure, BillO. That worked WONDERS for Bristol Palin . . .
“Say, kids,,,,feel real lucky??”
Now if I could just find something catchy that rhymes with lucky….
To be fair, a Schimmel PSA would be hilarious. I can actually hear him finding a way to blame premarital sex on Aleister Crowley now.
What’s orally smoking? yikes.