Monday, August 16, 2004

Bill O'reilly: Calm and Sensible

No, I can't believe I just typed that either. But in a column in the New York Daily News today, he is just that. He's writing about the John Kerry swiftboat hoo-ha, and essentially dismisses the whole thing as a distraction.
"The lesson here is that blind partisanship is not an attribute. No person or candidate is all good or all bad. In America today, with both sides peddling lies and defamation and spin, it is alarmingly difficult just to get simple facts on which to base a responsible vote."
If even a blowhard like O'Reilly can see that this is ridiculous, then we really do need to move on.

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