August 2, 2013

Bill O'Reilly has been raging like a tsunami against the coastline these last few weeks when he began opining on the ills of the black community. Remember this? Bill O'Reilly's Message to African Americans: Young Black Girls Should Stop Having Babies

As usual, he defended the white class and the elite power structure by saying this:

White people do not force black people to have babies out of wedlock. That's a personal decision.

That was on July 22nd and he hasn't cooled down yet. He had James Carville on his show to see if he agreed with his plan to save the African American family. Bill went over his favorite line to promote his point of view. 73% of African American babies are conceived out of wedlock. He used it often with Carville.

O'Reilly: 73% for African Americans. 52% for Latino families and 26% for out of wedlock whites. It's a catastrophe at 73%, so I want a big public campaign, funded by the federal government to go in and tell the girls and the young ladies, "Don't do this. This condemns you to poverty. It is destructive to your child. Wait until you have a stable situation to become pregnant. Would you get behind that campaign?"

Once again, Bill makes his case with simplified and dishonest remarks. Oh, and when it's a program that a Republican likes then they are all for the federal government to step in. Damn hypocrites, the lot of them. On the whole, teens who engage in sex don't intend to get pregnant, and because they are so young they are not as responsible in making choices.

And nary a mention of poverty from Bill. That's because he hates to discuss minority poverty. There's lack of access to contraception and lack of access to sex education for many teens, but it's even worse in poor communities. Under George Bush, his abstinence programs set teens back for generations in the sex department.

Carville: I would get behind it if it had comprehensive sex education and had easy access to contraception.

O'Reilly: That's all adjacent.

Carville: No, it's not. I think the idea of the federal government is going to tell a seventeen year old that you just wait and you don't have sex, I don't think that's going to work.

O'Reilly: It has nothing to do with sex. It has to do with getting pregnant.

Carville: Well you know one leads to the other.

My God, is Bill faking this amount of stupidity? Then he lies about birth control, contraception and sex education to try and win the argument.

There's enough sex protection in every place else. "Let's really fund Planned Parenthood."

So you don't want peer pressure brought, you wanna fund! FUND!

O'Reilly proposed taking millions of dollars from the government to start HIS program of slogans and peer pressure, but increasing funds for Planned Parenthood is no good?

And let's remember that Bill O'Reilly hates Planned Parenthood, has tried to destroy them and believes PP is nothing more than abortion mills. Read this article from Peter Hart as a refresher course: Bill O'Reilly's Fact-Free War on Planned Parenthood

Carville: Fund it more and have it comprehensive.

O'Reilly: More money.

Carville: Yea, absolutely. I want easier access to contraception...

O'Reilly: Come on James, it's all about a societal attitude.

Carville: The federal government is not going to stop teens from having sex.

O'Reilly: It's going to discourage, actively discourage. P-e-e-r pressure.

(more words)

We'll have Sandra Fluke go door to door in all the poor neighborhoods.

Bill just had to smear Sandra Fluke. That's the usual MO of Conservative men.

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