Thursday, May 26, 2005

Heavy Dementia Setting In at the LA Slimes

Bill O'Reilly has been slamming the LA Slimes for a while, exposing their liberalism, support for N. Korea, bias during the Presidential election and now the other day he slammed them for being terrorist lovers. So the Slimes is threatening to call the Secret Service on him?!?!
The Los Angeles Times is slamming Bill O'Reilly – for slamming the Los Angeles Times.

The newspaper has warned the "telephilosopher" to stop his "decapitation fantasies" involving Times editorial page editor Michael Kinsley – or face trouble from the Secret Service.

It all started with a Times editorial urging the shutdown of the terrorist detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and access to attorneys for detainees.

That set off O'Reilly. During the broadcast of "The Radio Factor with Bill O’Reilly" on May 17, he declared:

"How can they think this way? How can anyone think this way? You know: 'Shutting down Guantanamo and giving suspected terrorists legal protections would help restore our reputation abroad.'"

Said O'Reilly, "That’s like saying, 'Well, if we're nicer to the people who want to kill us, then the other people who want to kill us will like us more.'"

Then he fired off the big gun, saying the paper's editorial board will "never get it until they [the terrorists] grab Michael Kinsley out of his little house and they cut his head off. And maybe when the blade sinks in, he'll go, 'Perhaps O'Reilly was right.'"

The Times counterattacked in a May 24 editorial. Questioning why people the U.S. has liberated from tyranny "don't love us," the paper stated, "It doesn’t seem worthy of decapitation to suggest that ghastly stories (not all fabricated by Newsweek) about abuse of prisoners don't help."

The Times has long had an ax to grind with Fox News. Much of the paper's anger no doubt comes from Fox's coverage of the Times' last-minute smear job on Arnold Schwarzenegger in the days leading up to the 2003 gubernatorial recall race.

For the moment, O'Reilly is in the liberal paper's crosshairs, warning: "O'Reilly should be careful. Any further decapitation fantasies could get him in serious trouble with the Secret Service."

It seems the paper has difficulty distinguishing between a threat and a "fantasy." And when it comes to actual threats against its employees, the paper may want to check with its lawyers on whom to contact.

The Secret Service deals with threats against the president and vice president, not editorial writers.

The Slimes thinks it's more important than it really is, the Slimes has delusions of grandeur. O'Reilley was right in that the Slimes editor would not understand until threantened by a terrorist, to these people it takes drastic situations to open their eyes to reality, but by then it's too late. If 9/11 didn't wake these Forons up, then there is no hope for them, they will continue to hinder the US on it's War on Terrorism, they will continue to espound the Liberal agenda, and they will continue enabling terrorists to strike America again. Let's pray that they are hindered, so we don't have this reenactment of 9/11, but if the terrorist do wack us again, a good place to aim for would be the LA Slimes building.

Mr Minority