Comments: Bill O'Reilly is a Racist

No, you can delete the caveats about not having the rest of the transcript. I saw it; it was racist, clear as day.

Posted by Phil at March 30, 2004 12:17 AM

Darn us Hispanics-Chicanos-Latinos, etc for having so many babies and crossing over the river. I appologize to Mr. O'Reilly for ruining the traditionalist white state of America. I'll send him some flowers in 50 years at his grave, or I'll just piss on it. One of the two, can't decide.

Posted by mike at March 30, 2004 02:47 AM

I don't know if O'Reilly really is a white supremecist or if he's just an idiot

Well, if he's a white supremecist, that automatically makes him an idiot.
Al Franken will obviously have to expand the chapter "Bill O'Reilly: Lying Splotchy Bully" for the paperback edition of his book, Lies And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them.

O'Reilly, like Coulter, Hannity, and Limbaugh, is little more than an attack dog barking the party line at the behest of big right wing media.
Their bosses must bear ultimate responsibility for what comes out of their mouths.

Posted by Tim Z at March 30, 2004 05:13 AM

Bill O'Reilly is from Long Island.

There are two sorts of New York Republicans.

The Upstaters, who are generally old line Republicans, in the mold of Tom Dewey (fiscally conservative, tough on crime, socially moderate), and the Long Island (pronounced Lawn Guyland) Republicans, who are RW scary Republithugs.

D'Amato is a LI 'Phant.

He is as Steve Gilliard ( so succinctly put it a ""Long Island Klansman:.

It's one of the finer points of New York political geography, the context may be missed by folks who haven't spent a lot of time in the North East.

An interesting aside, the LI Republicans have become so whacko and corrupt (their roads are falling apart as a result) that Democrats are starting to win local elections.

Newsday, which is the Long Island paper, and remarkably liberal considering its reader base, gives a lot of insight.

Posted by Matthew Saroff at March 30, 2004 09:28 AM

Tom Daschle is a racist, according to Tim Giogo, the Oglala Lakota tribesman running against him. He hasn't done anything for indigenous people living in South Dakota. Two of the poorist counties in all of America are in his state, one was the county that put Tim Johnson over the top against Thune.

Posted by peter at March 31, 2004 02:00 PM
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