Not Racist, but #1 with Racists.

Via elephant journal
on Nov 24, 2010
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Bill O’Reilly questions media—even entertainment—okay, even a cartoon’s right to “bit the hand that feeds”—you know, to be independent and funny despite the fact that the network it feeds with profits has a particular point of view.

Call him the anti-Murrow.

For more of the episode, click here.


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4 Responses to “Not Racist, but #1 with Racists.”

  1. meatpietatters says:

    I'm a bit weary of the racist accusations, especially when focused on TV stations. People get pissy on matters of race, so stop it dammit and shut your face. Opinions stink, it's what you verbally think. #1 with racists? You must mean WKKK FM Birmingham.

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Kristie L Lol. The simpsons have made fun of their parent company more than just that one time. Curious that o'reilly takes exception only when it's making fun of Fox news as opposed to the network as a whole.

    Shanti S: Yeah if you're a 'fountain head' for an energy I do believe karmically you are still responsible for fueling that fire unless of course he's going along his way unaware of his actions believe or not this guy attended an event n meditation hosted by David Lynch Foundation ….get em into a Bikram studio and convert him! Haha

  3. elephantjournal says:

    I'm a bit weary of racism. And PCism. Hopefully we can meet in the middle—with a sense of respect for diversity and space for humor. ~ Waylon