posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 12:51 AM
Originally posted by Seekerof
It would appear to me that Mr.O'Reilly touched a nerve in many in The People's Republic of San Francisco, just as he has with some who have
commented to this topic. Incidentally, those who have commented outrage at what Mr. O'Reilly had said within this very topic have taken what position
concerning this war on terrorism? Think about it, cause it is quite self-evident to me.
Be assured, Mr. O'Reilly is dancing one hell'va jig because one cannot buy the kind of PR that he is getting over this.
Also, be sure that while your whining, crying, and expressing your outrage over what Mr.O'Reilly said concerning a city that most inhabitants of San
Francisco say is so far wacky left it is not even funny, that you understand the implications of what San Francisco is proposing. Obviously you
won't, cause it would require some of you to think objectively rather than subjectively. No matter, the population of San Francisco will continue to
drop, as those who lived there move from it. I will definately be waiting for the next Hollywood blockbuster: Escape from San Francisco.
But hey, in the case of the madman Bill O'Reilly, even a broken clock is correct twice a day?
[edit on 15-11-2005 by Seekerof]
Having grown up near San Fransisco, I find your comments laughable. Yeah, the general socialist population tends to drive people nuts.
But what I dont get is why all your right-leaners have your panties in a bundle over the San Fransisco school descision. I dont see anything wrong.
They are not blocking military access for kids, or kicking recruiters out. They are offering options for kids who may join the military out of poverty
and desperation, instead of trying something else. I knew alot of guys who joined the military simply because they were in poverty, not because they
honestly believed in what they were doing. Id rather NOT have them in the ranks. We are better off with people who wanted to be there because that was
their dream career.
Another thing the right doesnt seem to understand, is that military service is not the only way to serve America, nor is it the highest calling. In
this free country, we have people of many belief systems. It would be un-American to push military service on a patriotic pacifist. Freedom of
religon, including those whose faith does not mention Jesus condoning blasting the hell out of thine enemies.
So showing alternatives to military service is fine. I honestly dont see what the big friggin deal is. Typical of O'Reilly to fume over silly crap.
His list of enemies is even funnier. As a matter of fact, whether he likes it or not, Im going to add myself to his list of enemies of the Factor
(and thus, enemies of America, because if you disagree with O'Reilly, you are filthy terrorist traitor scum). I remember being forced to watch
O'Reilly at my old roomates house because he watched fox all the time. Since I have moved with my mom, I havent had to be bombarded by laughable crap
and knee jerk patriotism and hate for sale.
mC Carthy was about as unAmerican as the communism he fought. So is O'Reilly. Quite unAmerican, but it does boost ones self esteem to know such lower