Fox News talking puppet, Bill O’Reilly, was droning on and on lately about how the latest Wikileaks disclosure of 250,000 classified
diplomatic cables is an act of treason and that those revealing the information in them are traitors who should be punished severely. Minutes later, during another segment on the same show, he brought out the amusing tidbit that Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, won’t go anywhere these days without his voluptuous blonde Russian nurse. Where did Mr. Bill get that information? Why, from the Wikileaks disclosures, of course. He’s not a traitor though. US
Speaking of Bill O’Reilly, his “pinheads and patriots” segment offers us a brand new definition of the word “patriot.” A patriot is someone who agrees with his opinions. The “folks,” as he affectionately calls them, (he’s looking out for the “folks”) are always deemed “patriots,” while those who may not agree are always dubbed “pinheads.” Bill, who is not a lawyer, and can boast of zero legal training, has often called United States Federal Appellate Court Judge, Andrew Napolitano “pinhead” on the show when the distinguished jurist politely disagrees with his half-baked legal opinions. Anyone who has the temerity to doubt Mr. Bill O’Reilly as to any matter is not a patriot but a pinhead.
The degree of arrogance with this man is staggering.