Jun 02 2007

O’Reilly Goes Too Far

Published by at 6:47 pm under All General Discussions,Illegal Immigration

Bill O’Reilly has become another example of the far right, Immigration Hypochondriacs running into the sewer because they have lost their minds and the argument on the comprehensive immigration bill supported by large majorities since it includes both border protection and a guest worker program. Jerks like O’Reilly cannot tolerate the guest worker program with fines and back taxes due as punishment for working here without documentation. And this intolerance is seen in their immature and hateful nativist comments, like what just spewed out of O’Reilly’s big mouth:

Bill O’Reilly asserted that the proposed immigration reform bill is supported by “people who hate America, and they hate it because it’s run primarily by white, Christian men. Let me repeat that. America is run primarily by white, Christian men, and there is a segment of our population who hates that, despises that power structure.” He continued: “So they, under the guise of being compassionate, want to flood the country with foreign nationals, unlimited, unlimited, to change the complexion — pardon the pun — of America. Now, that’s hatred, too.”

As a white, now non-practicing Christian man I can only say this: Forget You O’Reilly. Clearly you are insecure about people of color being too close to you. Similarly to how the Nazis hated the Jews for poisoning the German culture, too many on the right spew this garbage about polluting our country out of fear of having to deal with people of other cultures. And they call us Un-American. What an ugly and pathetic comment.

Addendum: OK, I cleaned up the text and the HTML – since I was trying to spill this post out fast so my family could go to downtown Herndon and see the fireworks and left it pretty mangled. And after reading O’Reilly’s full text I find less offensive – but only barely. The fact is O’Reilly was trying to include the far left as supporters of the current Bill – which they are not. La Raza and the other far left groups do not like this bill because it eliminates the citizenship option for temporary workers and requires the background checks to eliminate the criminal element. So instead of being 100% irritated with O’Reilly I am 98% irritated because the guy simply used a lie to try and scare people from supporting the Bill. In a classic race baiting move reminiscent of the Dubai Ports fiasco O’Reilly must have been trying to reach our collective inner Klansman. Thankfully not very many people would fall for such a mob-mobilizing stunt. Sadly enough do. I wonder how many opponent of the guest worker program (which has limits on the numbers allowed, requires maximum stays, has that tamper-proof IDz with an expiration date to get jobs, and no option to apply for citizenship) will take O’Reilly to task for this?

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145 Responses to “O’Reilly Goes Too Far”

  1. Bikerken says:

    I might add, that those people who are waiting in line will have that wait extended god knows how long because the same agency that is doing their processing is now going to have to put 12-20 million people to the FRONT of the line and process them first…..in the six minutes per person they will have.

  2. apache_ip says:

    Anti-Herman and AJ,

    I asked some serious questions about this bill. Are either of you having any luck finding the answers to those questions?

    In case you have forgotten –
    How many years worth of back taxes will illegal immigrants have to pay?
    How much will an applicant for a “Z nonimmigrant” visa have to pay in “fines and penalties” (not the “no more than $1,500” processing fee – I’m asking about “fines and penalties”)?
    When will an applicant for “Z nonimmigrant” visa be required to begin paying taxes?

    Please quote directly from the bill and please provide at minimum the Section number that you are quoting. A page number would be nice, but I can figure that out on my own if you identify the Section you are quoting.

    Many thanks.

  3. SallyVee says:

    The only reason BlowReilly doesn’t bother me is because he bounces around like “a fart in a mitten” as my Grandmother would say, and mainly tries to exploit the Right Wing hysterical issue of the moment… usually playing it from both sides then down the middle and up the rear end. He is unwatchable sober, tho I do catch occasional replays and clips — which always reinforce my opinion of his whoring manipulations.

    He is also helping to “groom” and foist Laura Ingraham and Michelle Malkin on innocent civilians — that may be his worst offense over time.

  4. apache_ip says:


    Try this link –

    Perhaps after you download the entire draft, you can answer some of the questions that AJ and Anti-Herman aren’t answering.

  5. thecentercannothold says:

    O’ Reilly- the guy who gave up on the Iraq War years ago, then came around quickly to backing it again.

    However Strata might consider, La Raza’s opposition to the bill is simply a hardline staked-out position and does not mean it does not
    find man aspects of the legislation more encouraging than not.

    And one of the reasons, Strata can assume that, is his own reaction to the “nativist” “hateful” comments of O’ Reilly, a reaction probably held by too many of the ethnic (soon to be minority) majority with whom Strata holds membership.

    Point being that when a significant fraction of one ethnic group
    idealistically assumes a rival’s majority doesn’t “hold grudges” from
    recent historical military losses, the former group’s weakness is
    altogether sensed by such as La Raza whose intransigence -and ranks of fellow travellers-will only grow as a result.