3/7/09 12:51 AM

'I Said It, Quite Clearly'

J$P Audio! Bill O'Reilly reacts to the controversy over his "lynching" comments:

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From The Radio Factor, February 21 2008

On The Mark
Agreed, O'Reilly wasn't being intentionally racist, and he wasn't trying to conjure up bad thoughts. The word used, however, is a loaded term. Taste, decorum, judgment all mandated he not use that word. He did so, apparently accidentally. So, I don't understand why O'Reilly doesn't just say, "Oops. Bad turn of a phrase there." Is he just such an ego-maniac he can't do that?
February 21, 2008, 3:20:15 PM EST – Like – Reply

Mike Chimeri
As I said in the open thread, this should close the book on any controversy the BOR haters were making.
February 21, 2008, 3:27:30 PM EST – Like – Reply

Nice job O'Reilly for your INACCURATE portrayal of your comments. He said, I"m not going to go on some lynching party against Michelle Obama, UNLESS THERE'S EVIDENCE. Nice of BOR to forget that.
February 21, 2008, 6:15:55 PM EST – Like – Reply

What the hell? Next thing you know the use of the word "rope" will considered racist.
Still searching my Robert Byrd pocket edition of the Constitution. Now where in hell does it say absolutely everyone has a "right" to not be offended.
February 21, 2008, 11:26:08 PM EST – Like – Reply