God bless O'Reilly for expressing his righteous anger after a major newspaper in Colorado smeared him rather than criticized his own governor for refusing to protect children in Colorado and not passing Jessica's Law but pushing legislation for gay marriage and legalizing marijuana instead.O’Reilly Meltdown Of The Day: Denver Post Columnist Who Criticized His Attack On Gay Legislator
Another week, another Bill O’Reilly meltdown. And another rewriting of history of same. Tonight’s target: Curtis Hubbard, editorial page editor of the Denver Post, who called out O’Reilly’s “fact-challenged, bigoted” attack on Colorado’s openly gay Speaker of the House. Actually, O’Reilly already rewrote the history before the meltdown this time. But he rewrote it again as he also hurled insults such as “you’re a ridiculous person” with “a vile little column.” Unfortunately for O’Reilly, it didn’t seem to rattle Hubbard a bit. In fact, you’d have to say O’Reilly was the one who became unglued.
....Kudos to Hubbard for remaining calm and unruffled throughout. And for staying on message. He stuck to his point:“The question remains, what does Representative Ferrandino’s sexuality have to do with passage of Jessica’s Law?”
Which made O’Reilly lose it:“I already explained that to you. If you can’t grasp it, I can’t help you.” He went on to call Hubbard’s “pervert-pedophile” analysis “a disgrace. It’s a disgrace in any column. It’s a smear. You’re a smear merchant.”
Well, Bill, it takes one to know one.
It seemed the calmer Hubbard remained, the more agitated it made O’Reilly. He finished up the segment with a flurry of finger jabbing and fulmination.“You need to look up Delbert Wallace Stiewert. You need to find out what that man did, what a Colorado judge gave him and then you need to come back on this show and tell me you don’t need Jessica’s Law.”
Hubbard said he knows about the case and is “happy to come back and discuss it with you any time.”
“Alright, very good,” O’Reilly said.
Well, that’s something I would totally look forward to.
Colorado is 1 of 4 states who have not passed this law to protect children from perverts.
Maybe you should express some righteous anger over children being repeatedly raped in Colorado and given 2 year prison terms.