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Message Posted On Tuesday, February 21st 2006 at 11:26 pm
On Saturday, January 21st 2006 9:11 pm, Batman_Beyonder2 wrote:
Bill O'Reilly was on David Letterman a few weeks back. Did anybody see it? Letterman was very rude to Bill. He kept saying things like, "I just don't believe you." And then at the end, Letterman told Bill that people didn't like him. He also then admitted that he didn't even watch The Factor. When O'Reilly asked him, "Then how do you know that people don't like me?" And that is when O'Reilly said, "Well, maybe people don't like you."

I think O'Reilly is three times the man that Letterman is. If I were Bill, I wouldn't go back on his show. This is just another example of the ongoing wave of liberal bias in TV. Jay Leno is biased towards liberals and so is John Stewart. Saturday Night Live has always been very biased. I mean hell, I can't think of one conservative program or television host on mainstream TV.

As conservatives, we need to fight for greater acceptance of our people in mainstream television.

Nicely put BB.