Skip to comments.O'Reilly Hit with Sexual Harassment Suit
Posted on 10/13/2004 1:31:31 PM PDT by scottybk
O'Reilly in trouble!
O'Reilly is a nut job. Did anyone hear him today?
He's saying that "sin" is throw around way too much in America today. He says the Bishops are trying to intimidate Kerry and they ought to stay out of it. Then he turns around and says they have every right to talk about these issues in concrete theological terms. At one minute he stating that voting for Kerry isn't going to increase the number of abortions and the next minute he's saying that Kerry as President would affect the courts which might increase the number of abortions. O'Reilly has something mental going on. He's all over the place. In the matter of just a few minutes he will sound like Kerry is bad/Bush is good. The next minute he's saying there's no difference between the two. Is he schizophrenic? I don't know.
He then says to his sycophant sidekick lady [who offered that Kerry should have stood outside of the Black Baptist church on Sunday with a Bible in one hand and O'Reilly's book in the other. I have no idea what that meant] that Kerry is "making me nervous." As if addressing Kerry: "you're making me nervous." To his sidekick: "I want to like this guy but he's making me nervous. I want to like these two, but they are making me nervous." First, It sounded like he was talking about Kerry and Bush, but maybe he was talking about Kerry and Edwards. Second, why does he "want to like them." Why the heck does he want to like a couple of socialist DemocRATS? O'Reilly really gets to me. I wish there was something else on during that 15 or so minutes I'm driving in the afternoon.
By far the funniest thing in that whole document was when Bill was talking about his loofa sponge/shower fantasy, and once instead of loofa he says falafel. That still has me laughing!
he's wounded. time to take the lib down.
I hope this takes that liberal jackass down.
He's been taking it on the chin at FR recently as well.
You're right. The trial level courts in NY state are called "Supreme Courts." The highest, or "supreme," court in NY is called the "Court of Appeals"
I want to know why, if it disgusted her so much as she claimed, why she spent extended periods of time on the phone with him multiple times?
"claiming that he subjected her to repeated instances of sexual harassment and spoke often, and explicitly, to her about phone sex, vibrators, threesomes, masturbation, the loss of his virginity, and sexual fantasies."
Page 3 asserts a gratuitous direct link between O'Reilly and the Bush agenda/Republican party.
Lets guess the media spin on this.
It will come down to his word against hers.
The gratuitous 'Bush' reference? Yeah. That's a real stinker.
In NY, the Supreme Court is know as the court of unlimited original jurisdiction, which means that any kind of case may be brought before it.
This is fake
The entire filing is so over-the-top that I'm having trouble believing any of it. She'd better have tapes to back all this stuff up.
lol! Remember that guy? HA HA!! "I need you to procure me a man" Then he wears womens clothes and bites her back! lol!! YESSSS!!!! That went on for about a year at my work, we couldn`t get enough of it..Everything was "I need you to procure me a this...I need you to procure me a that" Then the answer to every question was YESSS! "Dan, did you place the order for next week?" "YEEESSSS! I procured the order! YEEESS!!" It drove our boss crazy.
She was feeding Bill the rope to hang himself with...and make her rich with.
The complaint does not allege any evidence (taped phone conversations) and/or witnesses. So it will become a character complaint and she'll need other women to go along. She may have some phone messages, but those were described as non sexual.
So this is the first October surprise. An attempt to bring down the "new media".
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Very Anita Hillish of her. I wonder how O'Reilly feels, after bending over backwards to protect CBS, slam the Swiftvets, and kissing Kerry's ring, to get nailed anyway?
There does seem to be an interesting double standard for the almighty Rush and the lowly O'Reilly.
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