October 26, 2007

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Bill O'Reilly is at it again. Just evidence number 43,293 that Billo is hurtling down the path to Crazy Town. Last month, he made racist statements about African Americans and now the Dumbledore "controversy" has his knickers in a twist. On Friday's Countdown Keith Olbermann and Air America Radio's Rachel Maddow could barely contain their laughter as they discussed his latest hissy fit.

The Falafel Guy used the brain in the giant head of his to concoct the theory that author J.K. Rowling is somehow trying give gays parity with heterosexuals and indoctrinate kids into gayness by revealing that the fictional character Dumbledore is gay. The Culture Warrior has been trying his best to get his guests to agree with him, but he's not having much luck -- even former comedian turned Fox whiner Dennis Miller wouldn't sign on to this latest nutbaggery.

Olbermann: "A month after his racist remarks about a New York restaurant, O'Reilly now coming out against tolerance a little more than four years after, according to the lawsuit from his former producer Andrea Mackris, BillO tried to talk her and a female friend of hers into performing homosexual acts while he was present. To paraphrase, the hypocrite mantra -- Do as I say, not as I fantasize."

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