Sunday, October 28, 2007

Venn Diagram


I never wanted it to go this far. I missed Countdown last Friday. But I found this. Now, maybe it's time to get angry, take up the political pen. It's downright frightening what this man is capable of. O'Relly, I mean.

One of my favorite articles by the infamous Maddox was this one. The title of the article says it all. Now, I don't think that Maddox is particularly great. I think his work is a little mis-directed, petty, and, while it all has excellent grammar, it isn't particularly insightful. He doesn't use his power for good, is what I'm saying. He's also devastatingly misogynistic. But to make the claim that Bill O'Reilly is a "big blubbering vagina," and have nearly two million people read it, is impressive to say the least.

The problem is that I think Maddox might actually be wrong. Papa Bear is not just a big blubbering vagina, he's a fucking monster. He calls J.K. Rowling a provocateur. Isn't this a case of the proverbial pot calling the proverbial kettle.... a provocateur?

Rowling, in the course of answering a casual question with a casual answer, "I always thought of Dumbledore as gay," has suddenly created a scandal. Now, in England, this is no big deal. No one probably cared. If they did, they'd be laughed at.

The bottom line is, Bill O'Reilly actually thinks--insofar as he thinks at all--that being tolerant of homosexuality is undesirable in America. Yeah. Seriously. He thinks that.

Dear readers, and friends, and anyone out there in cyberspace who enjoys a good laugh, some gentle satire, or, heaven forbid, the occasional act of sodomy, we need to do something about this. Now, the news directors at Fox News have distanced themselves from Bill O'Reilly, but he still has the ears of millions of Americans. When you have someone out there, who doesn't want to play nice, someone who is just downright mean, that person needs to be dealt with.

A boycott won't work--because anyone who would boycott that bastard already is. Murder is unethical--I repeat, don't kill him, we need him so we can study him. But there's gotta be something we can do.

Leave all suggestions in the comments section. I'm serious. He must be stopped.

4 comments:

Me said...

The only way to slightly off-balance his reputation enough to potentially get him off air would be to somehow damage the network financially.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry about him, he's harmless. There are two groups that watch him. The smallest of which are his actual fans and followers. The rest of his viewers are people who are so offended and disgusted by him they cant look away... like a car crash.

His followers aren't influenced by him because he's just spouting wha they all ready feel. These people are just like him and can't be changed. The man in nothing but a way to sell advertising in between his rants.

Alex

Dr Kuha said...

I honestly don't know if I agree with that assessment. This guy is dangerous because there really are a LOT of people who agree with what he says. And when someone like this is on TV--for good or ill, a place that people view as an authority on things--it confirms and validates their insane beliefs about people and the way the world should work.

Anonymous said...

that is a good point. Maybe to publish an idea is to valitate it.