Who's The Pinhead? Jessica Alba Pwns BillO The Clown

[media id=7207] BillO was obviously still smarting last week after Jessica Alba called him an a-hole. So he followed up on his Jan. 21 show (clip ab

BillO was obviously still smarting last week after Jessica Alba called him an a-hole.

So he followed up on his Jan. 21 show (clip above) by calling her a "pinhead" and painting her as just another one of those airheaded Hollywood elites. His reasoning?

Well, when Alba was again cornered by one of Fox's ambush-squad camera crews, she turned the tables by getting out her camera and asking questions of her inquisitor. When he refused to answer because he's a "journalist" (note: this is a fake excuse) she asked, "Why not? Be neutral. Be Sweden about it."

O'Reilly: Be Sweden about it? Ah, that's Switzerland, Jessica. Sweden is a very nice country but Switzerland is the land of neutrality.

Ah, that's also Sweden, BillO.

As Alba put it at her MySpace page:

I want to clear some things up that have been bothering me lately. I find it depressing that in the midst of perhaps the most salient time in our country's history, individuals are taking it upon themselves to encourage negativity and stupidity. Last week, Mr. Bill O'Reilly and some really classy sites (i.e.TMZ) insinuated I was dumb by claiming Sweden was a neutral country. I appreciate the fact that he is a news anchor and that gossip sites are inundated with intelligent reporting, but seriously people...it's so sad to me that you think the only neutral country during WWII was Switzerland. Check out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweden_during_World_War_II if you want to see what I was referring to. I appreciate the name calling and the accurate reporting. Keep it up!!

As MSNBC's Courtney Hazlett notes: "Although Switzerland is more frequently cited as an example of neutrality, Sweden did indeed follow a policy of neutrality during World War II. History point to Alba."

If Alba's an airhead/pinhead, what does that make O'Reilly?

Via Karl Frisch at MM.

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