Now that the G20 is in full swing, the personalities at Fox"News" are ready to talk about the protesters rather than what world leaders are hoping to accomplish.
They’ve always been there. But now they’re coordinated by the internet, now they can talk to each other. It’s like child molesters, you know? I mean, child molesters have always been around but now they got a place to go and gather and do their evil deeds.
O'Reilly loves to create the aura around the internet that it is filled with nothing more than sex offenders and liberal bloggers. He's even gone so far as to say that the internet has a "liberal bias". As recently as last night, he had on one of his "pretty-conservative-girls" to talk about Joe Biden's daughters alleged cocaine use and how talk of that online was wildly different than discussion revolving around Bristol Palin.
-- I'll have more on that conversation later today --
Bill's gimmick is to equate what he does not - or refuses - to understand with something that most rational thinking people would consider downright vile. Unfortunately, the only people that are falling for O'Reilly's clap-trap are the ones that actually consider him a viable journalistic force.
But O'Reilly's not alone in tacking on the "sexual abuse" meme to news stories.
You don’t want to think if you get in bed with Uncle Sam he’s going to strip you naked, chain you to the bed, leave you there and then take nasty pictures of you and then put them on the Internet. Because that’s what’s been happening.
This all reminds me of a theory known as Godwin's Law
As a Usenet discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one