Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Bill O'Reilly’s Fictional “ War On Christmas “ Rants Getting Early Start

   Bill O'Reilly is on the prowl, seeking out those businesses who tell their employees to say “ Happy Holidays “ instead of “ Merry Christmas “ to their customers.

Then Bill got to his Christmas holiday threat: “Am I an extortionist for telling merchants and companies that if you refuse to say ‘Merry Christmas’ or tell your employees you are not allowed to that I will put you on the air and hurt your business. Am I an extortionist?”

I'd say yes. But Carlson thought not. “That’s giving your personal opinion,” she insisted.

O'Reilly warned his audience, “If any retailer tells their employees you’re not allowed to say ‘Merry Christmas’ that, that’s gonna be on The Factor and that’s gonna cost ‘em, there’s no doubt about it.”

   Mr. Bill, since more viewers are now watching something other than “ The Factor “, will anyone even care about your rants and raves over who says what in their Christmas greeting to customers or to their friends? I think not.

   Typical Republican supporter who always wishes to start some kind of war over nothing.