Message to FOX: "Fire Bill O'Reilly!"
A major San Francisco tourist attraction, the tower has a colorful history. As reported:
It is a matter of historical record that the Coit Tower art project was the prototype for the decade of the New Deal art that followed, 1933-43, halted finally by World War II. Utilizing carefully selected artistic talent, the project provided an iconography of the "American Scene" for the largest of all the art programs at that time, the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project (WPA-FAP) which followed a year after the PWAP.This is Bill O'Reilly.
The themes of agriculture, education, urban and rural life, social protest, and New Deal Idealism established at Coit Tower were to become the subsequent subjects of those same artists and of others who took up paintbrushes and sculptors' tools under further government-sponsored art programs throughout the nation.
Bill O'Reilly didn't like how San Franciscans voted. How they exercised their DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS. So this is what he said on Fox after the California election:
You know, if I'm the president of the United States, I walk right into Union Square, I set up my little presidential podium and I say, 'Listen, citizens of San Francisco, if you vote against military recruiting, you're not going to get another nickel in federal funds,' " O'Reilly said Tuesday on his radio show as San Franciscans were approving the two measures. Perhaps, he didn't realize that he'd be speaking mostly to foreign tourists and suburbanites if he were standing in Union Square.So go away Mr. O'Reilly. Take your hate speech, your un-American garbage, and shrivel up somewhere. America deserves better, even from Fox. And if you don't have the brains to apologize, go sooner not later.
"Fine. You want to be your own country? Go right ahead," O'Reilly went on. "And if Al Qaeda comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it. We're going to say, look, every other place in America is off limits to you except San Francisco. You want to blow up the Coit Tower? Go ahead."
Go HERE and listen to the original broadcast.
Bill O'Reilly thinks he is wise and can advise kids. He has even written a book for young people.
Last month, in an inverview with CBS, he had this advice for young Americans:
"What you do is, basically, as a parent say: Look, you're an American. We live in the United States. Get them a map. Say, here it is. Here's the United States. And you are a part of the country. Therefore, you have a responsibility to the country. And the kid is going to go, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah.' You know how it is. You can say, 'This is why we don't commit crimes. This is why we don't steal or set people on fire, because we're all in this together.' And try to get a sense of pride.This map of California is for YOU Bill!
"Look Bill, YOU are an American. We live in the United States. San Francisco is in the United States. Therefore you have a responsibility to this country."
And Bill says, "Yeah, yeah, yeah."
And I say, "You don't steal, set people on fire, or INVITE TERRORIST ATTACKS because we're all in this TOGETHER!"
Meanwhile Bill has to go. He has to leave. He has to find some far away place never to be seen or heard again. Because he HATES America! He hates the democratic process. He hates those who hate war. He hates those who are different. He is full of hate. And young people shouldn't hear him.
And Bill O'Reilly has responded to this criticism:
O’REILLY: Yeah, the writer of the article didn’t even call me. He took all his information, as usual, from radical left-wing websites. Lazy, terrible reporting, which is the hallmark of the Chronicle, which is why the Chronicle is going to go out of business. I mean, look, everybody knows what’s going on there. What I said isn’t controversial. What I said needed to be said. I’m sitting here and I’m looking at a city that has absolutely no clue of what the world is. None. You know, if you had been hit on 9/11 instead of New York, believe me, you would not have voted against military recruting. Yet the left-wing, selfish, Land of Oz philosophy that the media and the city politicians have embraced out there is an absolute intellectual disgrace.I am sorry Mr. O'Reilly, it is you who is out of the Land of Oz. It is you who has no brain, no heart and no courage.
You were right when you admitted on the CBS interview:
What I did when I was a kid. I was really the dumbest kid in the world, there's no question.Well Bill, I have to agree with that. Well you are grown up now. And you must be the dumbest adult in the world as well.