Saturday, November 12, 2005



The oft controversial Bill O'Reilly reacted to San Fransisco's passage of Proposition I, a non-binding resolution which discourages military recruiters on public high school and college campuses, advising President George W. Bush to withdraw any military protection for the city.

"...If al-Qaida comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it...You want to blow up the Coit Tower? Go ahead"

It's so nice Having Bill around... You never know when you may need a good example of an ass...

San Fransisco Supervisor Chris Daly has stated he will introduce a resolution before the Board of Supervisors asking that Fox News fire Bill O'Reilly...

The reaction of John Hanley, president of the San Francisco Firefighter's Union, leads one to suspect he'd rather set O'Reilly on fire...

"Coit Tower is a monument to the bravery of the men and women of the San Francisco Fire Department... Mr. O'Reilly, maybe we should bring you into some of our burning buildings," Mr Hanley suggested, "and see how brave you are."

I don't know. But I wouldn't be surprised a lot of San Fransiscans would gladly swap "military protection" for freedom from Federal meddling and taxation...

If they got O'Reilly's head on a plate thrown in, the deal would be a slam-dunk.

I think O'Reilly went a bit overboard with his example, but I think his point was excellent. It is outright hypocrisy for the peoples of the Bay Area to ban military recruiters, yet still demand protection from the black hats. Part of the price of citizenship in this nation is that some of us must defend the rest. What those people are saying is, they want the protection, but they are unwilling to share the burden. There is a difference between conscientious objection to war, and simple cowardice or stupidity.
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