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Open Letter: Star Jones Checks Bill O'Reilly's Racist Remark
AOL Black Voices ^ | February 26, 2008 | Jawn Murray/Star Jones Reynolds

Posted on 02/27/2008 9:49:41 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet

Star Jones Reynolds has never been one to mince words. It's no wonder that when Bill O'Reilly's most recent controversial (see also: racist) comments about Michelle Obama, wife of Democratic frontrunner Barack Obama, were discovered by Media Matters, the TruTV legal analyst was infuriated!

O'Reilly, the curmudgeon host of Fox News Channel's 'The O'Reilly Factor,' was talking to a caller that was angry that Obama had said on C-Span that "for the first time in my adult lifetime, I'm really proud of my country."

The 58-year-old television commentator, who privately settled a sexual harassment lawsuit against him in 2004, responded to the caller by offering that of course they'd have to check the facts first.

He said: "I don't want to go on a lynching party against Michelle Obama unless there's evidence, hard facts, that say this is how the woman really feels. If that's how she really feels - that is a bad country or a flawed nation, whatever - then that's legit. We'll track it down."

"Lynching party? Track it down?"

In the words of Whitney Houston: "Hell to the naw!"

Even better are the prolific words of Reynolds.

With her permission, The BV Buzz is running the current 'Today Show' legal contributor and the former 'The View' host's entire 'Open Letter' about Bill O'Reilly.

"I'm sick to death of people like Fox News host, Bill O'Reilly, and his ilk thinking that he can use a racial slur against a black woman who could be the next First Lady of the United States, give a half-assed apology and not be taken to task and called on his crap.

This week O'Reilly gave the following response to a caller on his radio show who was making unsubstantiated negative charges against presidential candidate Barack Obama's wife, Michelle Obama:

'And I don't want to go on a lynching party against Michelle Obama unless there's evidence, hard facts, that say this is how the woman really feels. If that's how she really feels -- that is a bad country or a flawed nation, whatever -- then that's legit. We'll track it down.'

What the hell? If it's 'legit,' you're going to 'track it down?' And then what do you plan to do?

How dare this white man with a microphone and the trust of the public think that in 2008, he can still put the words 'lynch and party' together in the same sentence with reference to a black woman; in this case, Michelle Obama? I don't care how you 'spin it' in the 'no spin zone,' that statement in and of itself is racist, unacceptable and inappropriate on every level.

O'Reilly claims his comments were taken out of context. Please don't insult my intelligence while you're insulting me. I've read the comments and heard them delivered in O'Reilly's own voice; and there is no right context that exists. So, his insincere apology and "out-of-context" excuse is not going to cut it with me.

And just so we're clear, this has nothing to do with the 2008 presidential election, me being a Democrat, him claiming to be Independent while talking Republican, the liberal media or a conservative point of view. To the contrary, this is about crossing a line in the sand that needs to be drawn based on history, dignity, taste and truth.

Bill, I'm not sure of where you come from, but let me tell you what the phrase 'lynching party' conjures up to me, a black woman born in North Carolina . Those words depict the image of a group of white men who are angry with the state of the own lives getting together, drinking more than they need to drink, lamenting how some black person has moved forward (usually ahead of them in stature or dignity), and had the audacity to think that they are equal. These same men for years, instead of looking at what changes, should and could make in their own lives that might remove that bitterness born of perceived privilege, these white men take all of that resentment and anger and decide to get together and drag the closest black person near them to their death by hanging them from a tree -- usually after violent beating, torturing and violating their human dignity. Check your history books, because you don't need a masters or a law degree from Harvard to know that is what constitutes a 'lynching party.'

Imagine, Michelle and Barack Obama having the audacity to think that they have the right to the American dream, hopes, and ideals. O'Reilly must think to himself: how dare they have the arrogance to think they can stand in a front of this nation, challenge the status quo and express the frustration of millions? When this happens, the first thing that comes to mind for O'Reilly and people like him is: 'it's time for a party.'

Not so fast...don't order the rope just yet.

Would O'Reilly ever in a million years use this phrase with reference to Elizabeth Edwards, Cindy McCain or Judi Nathan? I mean, in all of the statements and criticisms that were made about Judi Nathan, the one-time mistress turned missus, of former presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, I never heard any talk of forming a lynch party because of something she said or did.

So why is it that when you're referring to someone who's African-American you must dig to a historical place of pain, agony and death to symbolize your feelings? Lynching is not a joke to off-handedly throw around and it is not a metaphor that has a place in political commentary; provocative or otherwise. I admit that I come from a place of personal outrage here having buried my 90 year-old grandfather last year. This proud, amazing African-American man raised his family and lived through the time when he had to use separate water fountains, ride in the back of a bus, take his wife on a date to the 'colored section' of a movie theater, and avert his eyes when a white woman walked down the street for fear of what a white man and his cronies might do if they felt the urge to 'party'; don't tell me that the phrase you chose, Mr. O'Reilly, was taken out of context.

To add insult to injury, O'Reilly tried to 'clarify' his statements, by using the excuse that his comments were reminiscent of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' use of the term 'high-tech lynching' during his confirmation hearing. I reject that analogy. You see Justice Thomas did mean to bring up the image of lynching in its racist context. He was saying that politics and the media were using a new technology to do to him what had been done to black men for many years -- hang him. Regardless of if you agreed with Justice Thomas' premise or not, if in fact -- Bill O'Reilly was referencing it -- the context becomes even clearer.

What annoys me more than anything is that I get the feeling that one of the reasons Bill O'Reilly made this statement, thinking he could get away with it in the first place, and then followed it up with a lame apology in a half-hearted attempt to smooth any ruffled feathers, is because he doesn't think that black women will come out and go after him when he goes after us. Well, he's dead wrong. Be clear Bill O'Reilly: there will be no lynch party for that black woman. And this black woman assures you that if you come for her, you come for all of us." -- Star Jones Reynolds


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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Drinking Coffee "I'm not sure of where you come from, but let me tell you what the phrase 'lynching party' conjures up to me..."

It tells me I'm about to drink a lot of Jack and have some fun.  Or is that a Lynchburg party? I forget.
51 posted on 02/27/2008 10:23:31 PM PST by HawaiianGecko
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To: Mad_Tom_Rackham
They’ve been doing this for years. My ex always said he used blacks to do his “dirty work,” and the Left is doing just that, thinking they will just sit back and watch the action. They think only blacks would be killed in a race war. They don’t realize that THEY would be killed too. I warn these Leftist idiots that in a race war THEY would sure as hell be the losers, as the Right has the guns, and they hate guns....
52 posted on 02/27/2008 10:26:35 PM PST by societygirl
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To: Lizavetta

If YOU looked like that freak YOU would be mad at the world, too.


53 posted on 02/27/2008 10:27:28 PM PST by societygirl
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To: societygirl

In the words of Whitney Houston: “Whar’s mah needle?”


54 posted on 02/27/2008 10:29:03 PM PST by Wally_Kalbacken (Seldom right but never in doubt)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Upfront I don’t care for O’Really most of the time and don’t think Star Jones who is perpetually offended by whitey has an ounce of brains when it comes to loving America.

However, after reading many of the cowardly comments about his bad judgment for using the word Lynch Mob leaves me perplexed at whether or not some of our more politically correct Freepers have to squat to pee before waving the white flag in front of liberals and the Drive By Media.

Star Jones who I think is nothing more than a black racists is wearing the old plantation chip on her shoulder that anything said about a black is automatically racists.

Hussein Obama and his wife want to be president and first lady and that means representing all races and colors presently holding citizenship in this country.

The problem of having Obama as president may be to much for the 85 percent of the population that has not had politically correct sensitivity training as administered by the Main Stream Media and the radical Louis Farrakhan's of America.

Shame on Freepers who buy into this Shiite that certain words may not be used because they might be overly sensitive to those looking to be offended.

55 posted on 02/27/2008 10:29:09 PM PST by OKIEDOC (Kalifornia, a red state wannabe. I don't take Ex Lax I just read the New York Times.)
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To: Mamzelle
White men in particular, are not going to vote for either Hillary, or Obama. They will decide the election, as usual. Many white women won’t vote for either of them, too.
56 posted on 02/27/2008 10:30:51 PM PST by societygirl
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To: pandoraou812

Who on earth would want to “come after” that skank Star or Michelle?


57 posted on 02/27/2008 10:34:17 PM PST by societygirl
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Lotsa people got lynched in the past, and still do all over the world. Not all of them were or are black Ms. Blacklady. Give your racism and your thin dark skin a rest.

FMCDH(BITS)

58 posted on 02/27/2008 10:35:43 PM PST by nothingnew (I fear for my Republic due to marxist influence in our government. Open eyes/see)
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To: Bloody Sam Roberts

I always tell the “Stars” of the world the following; “do you think I care what YOU THINK? Gets them all the time.


59 posted on 02/27/2008 10:35:49 PM PST by societygirl
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

Why, the word “lynch rhymes with “wench”, which sounds like “trench”, which stands for ... “WAR”. So not only is O’Reilly a rascist, he’s a male chauvinist and a megalomaniac!
Come to think of it, I use that word a lot too. Scooter Libby lynching, Rumsfeld lynching, Karl Rove lynching. And they’re not even black! For the first time in my life I realize how insensitive I’ve been. Quick! Somebody bring me some smelling salts!


60 posted on 02/27/2008 10:36:18 PM PST by haroldeveryman
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To: Wally_Kalbacken

ROTFLMAO!!! Star doesn’t realize she’s being used, as upper level Democrats LAUGH at her. I see them do this all the time.


61 posted on 02/27/2008 10:37:42 PM PST by societygirl
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

I don’t like O’Reilly, and what he said was rather stupid, but I am so, so tired of everything becoming a national issue these days. Someone makes some small remark and it’s repeated over and over on the TV for days with the usual leftists getting involved. Makes me sick.


62 posted on 02/27/2008 10:38:41 PM PST by NinoFan
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To: societygirl
I don't know...I don't care about what Star Jones has to say or that angry Mrs Obama,Rosie, Oprah or Whoopi...

To be honest I am plain sick of all of them. And Nancy Grace too. I try hard to avoid shows with them. Never saw the The View except for clips...I am tired of the race card plain & simple. And I find more blacks are racist then whites. As for anyone coming for Star, well who would want to even bother? BOR will make her look like a fool, more then she already does IMHO.

63 posted on 02/27/2008 10:43:21 PM PST by pandoraou812 (Out, damned spot......OUT)
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To: pandoraou812

Yep. The high-tech lynching of white America is underway.


64 posted on 02/27/2008 10:46:15 PM PST by TigersEye (This is the age of the death of reason.)
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To: I'm ALL Right!

BINGO!!!

LLS


65 posted on 02/27/2008 10:48:49 PM PST by LibLieSlayer ("There is no conservative alternative in the race. It's just that simple." Rush Limbaugh)
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To: Bronco_Buster_FweetHyagh
Oh come now, I am getting angry to the point of disgust about these Black people taking offense at any thing that can remotely be considered as offensive to them.

I can't stand Bill O'Reilly but Black people don't have a copywright on lynching. Many Whites, Indians, Chinese etc. have also been lynched. Most of them probably had it coming.

These Black leaders just go around with a lantern like Diogenes but instead of an honest man, they are looking for something to use against Whitey. The funny thing is most Whiteys are so afraid of saying anything that might be even in the most remote way, racist that they go around praising Blacks constantly jsut to prove they aren't racist.

The real racists are the ones using their race for personal gain.

66 posted on 02/27/2008 10:52:15 PM PST by yarddog (`)
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To: donna
Doesn’t anyone remember lynch parties from those old western movies?

As a white guy of Bill's approximate age (I am actually older than him), the word "lynch" does not have a racial overtone, not even a racial undertone, to me.

I am aware that Blacks have been lynched in the south, but the only personal relationship I had with a lynching was that the white guy who shot my best friend's grandfather was lynched. Happened long before either of us was even born, but I heard him tell the story many times.

Now am I supposed to wipe this true story about a white guy getting lynched from my memory banks?

67 posted on 02/27/2008 10:54:02 PM PST by CurlyDave
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To: HawaiianGecko

Since I am a Jack Daniels Squire (we truly exist), does that make me a “lyncher” by default?

LLS


68 posted on 02/27/2008 11:01:28 PM PST by LibLieSlayer ("There is no conservative alternative in the race. It's just that simple." Rush Limbaugh)
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To: Wally_Kalbacken

“Hey Bobby... pass me that pipe”!

LLS


69 posted on 02/27/2008 11:02:24 PM PST by LibLieSlayer ("There is no conservative alternative in the race. It's just that simple." Rush Limbaugh)
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To: yarddog

It’s hardly just black people. More often is the latte-drinking, prius driving, birkenstock wearing, liberal trust fund babies, with their white guilt and bored nothing-better-to-do whining


70 posted on 02/27/2008 11:05:50 PM PST by Bronco_Buster_FweetHyagh
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To: OKIEDOC
“However, after reading many of the cowardly comments about his bad judgment for using the word Lynch Mob leaves me perplexed at whether or not some of our more politically correct Freepers have to squat to pee before waving the white flag in front of liberals and the Drive By Media.”

We actually have FReepers that are really “obamacuns”. That is what hussein dumbo osamabama calls ALL of the Republicans he claims are supporting him.

LLS

71 posted on 02/27/2008 11:06:04 PM PST by LibLieSlayer ("There is no conservative alternative in the race. It's just that simple." Rush Limbaugh)
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To: CurlyDave

I am five to six years younger than BOR and the thing that comes to my mind when I hear about ‘lynching’ is cattle rustlers. Liberals, by nature, are all whiners.


72 posted on 02/27/2008 11:12:18 PM PST by TigersEye (This is the age of the death of reason.)
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To: LibLieSlayer

Hmm what if your last name happens to be Lynch? Is that going to be a big problem now too?


73 posted on 02/27/2008 11:14:24 PM PST by pandoraou812 (Out, damned spot......OUT)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
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74 posted on 02/27/2008 11:16:09 PM PST by Blackyce (President Jacques Chirac: "As far as I'm concerned, war always means failure.")
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

Hey STar......go get you a nice stewed hamhock and big ole slice of hoghead cheese...... cram it down your neck....you’ll feel better in the morning.


75 posted on 02/27/2008 11:20:23 PM PST by chasio649 (sick of it all)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
We are all equal. Some of us are more equal than others.

We can say what we want......if we are more equal. Those that are less equal can't say what others who are more equal can!!

Let's ban all words [deemed INSENSITIVE by those that are MORE equal] from use by us who are less equal.

If banned words are used by the less equal....the more equal should complain and the less equal should lose their JOBS and banned from being allowed to speak in public again.

In extraordinary circumstances if those that are LESS equal use the L word.....prison time must be considered, however use of the N word by the LESS equal carries a mandatory DEATH sentence,

Let's here it for RELATIVE EQUALITY!

< /SARCASM >

76 posted on 02/27/2008 11:23:32 PM PST by PISANO
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

“the” is racist, as is “a”


77 posted on 02/27/2008 11:24:24 PM PST by woofie (Hope is bad for cholesterol)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

Good lord, you cant say Lynch anymore??? Nor rope, knot, hang ... ah shucks! Oops, sorry I said shuck. Every one knows that black people don’t take off their close, they “shuck” them. O’Reilly should have McCain apologize for him, he’s got the experience at it.


78 posted on 02/27/2008 11:33:45 PM PST by fish hawk (The religion of Darwinism = Monkey Intellect)
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To: societygirl

LOL, one of the entertainment shows ran promos all one day saying they would have a special segment on how much Michelle Obama resembles Jackie Kennedy!

They even showed side-by-side pix of each of them. Ummm, I didn’t see any resemblance and I don’t think anyone else did, either!


79 posted on 02/27/2008 11:40:24 PM PST by Rte66
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Bill, I'm not sure of where you come from, but let me tell you what the phrase 'lynching party' conjures up to me, a black woman born in North Carolina .

I wonder how many lynchings Miss Jones has seen?

80 posted on 02/27/2008 11:40:24 PM PST by streetpreacher (Arminian by birth, Calvinist by the grace of God)
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To: fish hawk

There you go, *shuckin’ and jivin’* again!


81 posted on 02/27/2008 11:41:36 PM PST by Rte66
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To: 2ndDivisionVet; wardaddy

They who must NEVER be even remotely offended have their panties in a knot once again. How niggardly...


82 posted on 02/27/2008 11:41:50 PM PST by Clemenza (I live in New Jersey for the Same Reason People Slow Down to Look at Car Wrecks)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
He probably winced and wished he could take the words back as soon as they came out of his mouth.

And, despite what the author of this screed wants to think, lynching party has entered the lexicon of phrases to describe almost any attack against an individual or group that smacks of mob hysteria.

"I found I was the only Mac user in an office of hardcore Unix guys. When they found out, I thought I was gonna get lynched."

That, or variations of that line, pass through the lips unchecked and unnoticed by Americans everywhere, and there is never any racial connotation to it. It's just something that people say.

What makes this statement seem racist to a hysterical white Republican hating professional race pimp was solely the fact that it was said by a white Republican regarding the dumb statement of a Black woman.

He should have been more careful, no question about it, but I don't think for a moment he would have phrased it any different if he had been talking about a McCain goof, a Bush blunder, or anything similar.

83 posted on 02/27/2008 11:45:48 PM PST by Ronin (Bushed out!!! Another tragic victim of BDS.)
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To: Rte66; yorkie
Are you serious? That is sickening. I remember Jackie as having style & composure. She looked like a lady & I think she did a great job of dealing with those in laws. She didn’t look like an angry woman & to compare her to Obama’s wife is disgraceful.
84 posted on 02/27/2008 11:46:18 PM PST by pandoraou812 (Out, damned spot......OUT)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
If Bill responded to Star that they should both get together for lunch over watermelon, BBQ chicken and cheap Payless shoes I might consider the racism allegations.

At this point I think there was no ill intent.

85 posted on 02/27/2008 11:47:33 PM PST by A CA Guy ( God Bless America, God bless and keep safe our fighting men and women.)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

It will soon be - make that it is NOW dangerous for any white person to open their mouth and let words come out.

Good grief - they’ll soon have to publish a dictionary of words and phrases that are ‘racist’ and “hate” = cause I, for one, can’t keep up with it


86 posted on 02/27/2008 11:49:40 PM PST by maine-iac7 (",,,but you can't fool all of the people all the time" LINCOLN)
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To: pandoraou812

I agree. Michelle Obama (to me) shows a lack of many things. Dignity, spirit, allegience, honor, and trust.


87 posted on 02/27/2008 11:51:18 PM PST by yorkie (No surgeon can perfect God's work)
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To: Bronco_Buster_FweetHyagh
To be honest, anyone who uses the word racist,a word that was not in most dictionaries until the Sixties, is suspect....and this includes BOR.
88 posted on 02/27/2008 11:55:10 PM PST by ashtanga
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Headline?

Lynchburg, Virginia to be renamed? Obama supporters livid.

"How dare white men put the words 'lynch and burg' together like that. When did this happen? The KKK named the town?" demanded one protester.

89 posted on 02/27/2008 11:55:50 PM PST by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: Bronco_Buster_FweetHyagh
He probably wasn’t thinking when he said it, and didn’t mean anything bad by it, but, it’s not unreasonable for someone to point out he was being insensitive or careless in his language.

If you buy into that - you're part of the problem.

Every day, they add another word of phrase that a white person must not say - there's no end to it if we bow down to it.

Remember the man that got fired from his job by just using the word 'niggardly' - and in a conversation having absolutely nothing to do with anyone of color...or any person at all -

NIGGARDLY: 1. reluctant to give or spend; stingy; miserly. 2. meanly or ungenerously small or scanty: a niggardly tip to a waiter.

But the man was force out of his livelihood because someone was too ignorant to know what the word means.

If we allow this to continue, YOU TOO could get caught in the web.

90 posted on 02/27/2008 11:57:15 PM PST by maine-iac7 (",,,but you can't fool all of the people all the time" LINCOLN)
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To: Ronin
He should have been more careful, no question about it, ...

I have a question about it. Why should he have been more careful? Because liberals are right? Because white people don't have the right to use all of the English language?

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91 posted on 02/27/2008 11:57:17 PM PST by TigersEye (This is the age of the death of reason.)
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To: The_Republican
I don’t care for O’Reilly because I honestly think he is a pervert.

YOU do realize that anything you put on this forum is out on the net for the world to read?

To make such an unfounded assertion is no better than what Jones has done

92 posted on 02/28/2008 12:00:51 AM PST by maine-iac7 (",,,but you can't fool all of the people all the time" LINCOLN)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

Star Jones....take a memo, whites are no longer feeling guilty.....that train is gone.


93 posted on 02/28/2008 12:02:33 AM PST by ThisLittleLightofMine
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To: maine-iac7

First, I heard the recording of his phone calls to the co-worker he was harrassing.

Second, how much he enjoys sitting next to and interview Porn Stars, Strippers and any sex worker for that matter.

Third, all the hot babes he invites on the show as “guests”, while he is drooling.

Ah yes, for the whole world to see, O’Reilly is a perv.


94 posted on 02/28/2008 12:07:02 AM PST by The_Republican (You know why Chelsea Clinton is so Ugly? Because Janet Reno is her Father! LOL! - Mac is Back!)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

FGS. This is absolutely ridiculous.


95 posted on 02/28/2008 12:07:26 AM PST by publana (Jeff Sessions -- VP for conservatism!)
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To: pandoraou812; yorkie

I agree. I would go on, but I have to limit my posts about Borat and his wife, because of my blood pressure.

You know how John Belushi used to get all wound up on the SNL “news” segment and just go nuts, banging his fists on the desk and falling off his chair? That’s how I feel about the O’s.


96 posted on 02/28/2008 12:16:24 AM PST by Rte66
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To: Ronin
He should have been more careful, no question about it,

Bow down to the thought/speak police and you are part of the problem - and it will not stop here...

Good grief, White folk will soon not dare open their mouths...

97 posted on 02/28/2008 12:16:40 AM PST by maine-iac7 (",,,but you can't fool all of the people all the time" LINCOLN)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

Could have said coon hunt, witch hunt or neck tie party but not “lynching party. Oh, the horror.


98 posted on 02/28/2008 12:17:29 AM PST by Lion Den Dan
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
For a few seconds I was stunned (stuned?) to see such ignorant opinionating from someone I had expected better of, based on previous columns I'd read.

Then I realized I was confusing her with another black female pundit with the same first name - Star Parker.

Ouch! Better go to bed now, if my memory cells are misfiring that badly.

99 posted on 02/28/2008 12:42:13 AM PST by CardCarryingMember.VastRightWC
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To: ThisLittleLightofMine
Star Jones....take a memo, whites are no longer feeling guilty.....that train is gone.

Haven't talked to any white liberals in awhile, eh?

100 posted on 02/28/2008 12:49:35 AM PST by CardCarryingMember.VastRightWC
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