Barack Obama might as well do an infomercial for the Jerome Corsi penned hit piece, "Obama Nation." Or so says Bill O'Reilly, who has been on the warpath against the Democratic candidate since Obama "looked (Bill) in the eye and said he would come on the Factor."
O'Reilly claims that Barack Obama is boosting the sales of "Obama Nation," the number one book on this week's New York bestseller list, because he won't come on The Factor.
With "not facing the hard questions," O'Reilly code for "not coming on my show," Bill says that people who have not yet made a decision, are being forced to buy the Corsi book to learn who Obama is.
He says it's the only way he can find out anything about Obama. Odd, coming from Fox News's "quarterback" who broke the Reverend Wright story only a mere eight months after Sean Hannity broke it. Or maybe Bill is still upset over Sean's ability to have George Stephanopoulos ask about Wright during the ABC debate. Or is it Sean's $100 million plus radio contract? We may never know why, but his constant talking point has been that no one knows anything about Obama, even though Bill's admitted "cracked research team" is always at the ready to get the Folks™ the real story.
It would be laughable if it wasn't for the fact that there are actually folks who... READ THE REST OF THE STORY HERE.
Steve Young is the author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful" (Greatfailure.com) and blogs at steveyoungonpolitics.com