Bill O’Reilly proves that he’s not only a coward, but synaptically-challenged to boot:
What should we on the sidelines make of all this? Well, it’s a judgment call. It is absolutely wrong for Americans to condemn Kerry’s war record because he demonstrated provable valor. However, those who distrust him do deserve to be heard, although facts, not emotion, should be demanded.
I think the Swift boat political advertisement calling Kerry a charlatan is in poor taste, and if this kind of thing continues, it might well backfire on the Kerry haters. Most Americans are fair-minded, and bitter personal attacks do not go down well with folks who are not driven by partisanship.
So, it is wrong to condemn Kerry’s war record… how could it possibly be wrong to condemn something that shows every indication of being largely fictional? Kerry is a proven liar, he has a few sycophants supporting his story versus hundreds who dispute it – including some veterans that Kerry was using as part of his campaign until very recently – and if he’s the officer who wrote himself up for some of those awards, as has been alleged, then the war record should not only be condemned, but corrected as Kerry is made the national laughingstock that he so richly deserves to be.
And as for Mr. O’Reilly, we are once more inspired to burst into song:
Bravely Bold Sir William did pucker up his lips
He was not at all afraid to bend over at the hips
He was not in the least bit scared to kiss John Kerry’s ass
Brave, brave brave Sir Bill won the Brownnoser First Class.