Bill O'Reilly, ever the helpful public servant, has laid down the rules for when dissent is acceptable, using the examples of Bruce Springsteen's new album and Sean Penn's visit to Venezuela.
Again, the question: is Penn's support of the anti-American Chavez legitimate dissent? And the answer is no. Because Penn's analysis is based on provable falsehoods. [..] He's in it to diminish his country, no matter what the facts are.
So, Springsteen's okay-with a big reservation about accountability. Penn, not okay because he continues to distort reality. Dissent is only valid when based on sincere beliefs with factual backup.
Hey Billo: Stone, Glass House....figure it out.