Monday, April 04, 2005

The wisdom of Bill O'Reilly = Confused as always...

Via Kos.

O’Reilly on the Pope recently:

"But I do know that I’ve studied this pope as well as I’ve studied anybody. And I can’t find anything, anything that this guy didn’t walk the walk. You know, right down the line. Nobody’s perfect, but this guy was close in his personal behavior and the way he conducted himself."

O’Reilly March 12, 2003:

"But as I’ve said before, I believe also that John Paul is naive and detached from reality. If America does not lead an attack on Iraq, once again, Saddam remains in power and is free to use his anthrax and other terrible weapons as he chooses.

So the pope does not seem to be concerned about that or about Saddam’s behavior in general. Once again, he must know Saddam is a killer. He must know he’s oppressed his own people using murder and torture. He must know that [...]

Summing up, Jacques Chirac is our enemy, and the pope, well, I don’t know what to think."

Then, theres this......

O'REILLY: All right, this hour's devoted to the most intense threat to your freedom in the world. It's not Al Qaeda. Al Qaeda is not the most intense threat to your freedom -- it's the American Civil Liberties Union. And I will back up what I say.


1 Comments:

Blogger DHuber said...

There's nothing contradictory between O'Reilly's first statement and second statement regarding the Pope. Bill obviously doesn't agree w/the Pope's stance on Iraq, but that doesn't mean he (Bill) doesn't think John Paul didn't "walk firm" regarding his beliefs.

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