If there is light in the soul, there will be beauty in the person.
If there is beauty in the person, there will be harmony in the house.
If there is harmony in the house, there will be order in the nation.
If there is order in the nation, there will be peace in the world.
~ Chinese Proverb
Bill O'Reilly rants, raves and blubbers when his Catholic ox is gored, but it's perfectly alright when his buddy Ann Coulter gores the Jews sacred cow.
Is there no one to defend the Jews from Ann Coulter's vicious anti-Semitism? What are they? Chopped liver?
Certainly not Bill 0'Reilly who raved on for an hour on the Radio Factor and again on the TV Factor that the only group that can be bashed with impunity is Christians; Catholics in particular.
Apparently he can vent his righteous indignation on behalf of his own church and Christianity in general, but what of the demeaning of Jews and Judaism from the mouth of his good friend Ann Coulter?
This from a man who constantly proclaims to have the deepest respect for all "the folks" regardless of their ethnicity or religious beliefs. Yeah! Right! Only when it's convenient for him.
Within hours of excoriating the gays in San Francisco for "defiling" his church, he was chortling with the queen of venom, Ann Coulter, on his TV show about her vile remarks that all Jews need to be "perfected," and we'd be better off without any Jews in this country.
Talk about wearing two hideous faces at the same time. Sure, Coulter is his good friend, but a "good friend" would tell her she's wrong and she should apologize, then make up with her later...in private.
O'Reilly complained bitterly that there wasn't coverage of this nonevent, event by any of the "mainstream liberal media." That was then. Today the San Francisco Chronicle did have a story, which Bill-O described as "bland."
A "bland" news story. This comment coming from a man who calls himself a "journalist." If Bill were a "journalist," he'd know that journalists are supposed to report the "facts," not bombastic fire and brimstone news articles. That's for editorial pages, Bill. J-101, Lesson #1!
If the story were "bland," so was the video tape of the so-called desecration of the church service.
From Bill-O's screeching, I expected to see two torch-wielding gay men sporting glitzy costumes and grotesque masks going on a berserk rampage throughout the sanctified sanctuary.
Okay, one was wearing a gaudy costume and mask, while the other was dressed as a nun. Neither was bearing arms of fire, nor causing pandemonium during a maniacal demonstration of angst against the church.
No, they waited in line with all the other parishioners to partake of the eucharistic wafer, and nobody seemed to notice let alone care.