Saturday, February 10, 2007

Bill O 'Liar gets his ass BOOTED from speaking event!!!!

O' Liar given the ole heave-ho by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children from speaking at fundraiser dinner. Only shocker is.....what took them so long?

by Larry Simons
February 10, 2007

It's bittersweet that Bill O' Liar got the ole ass-boot from speaking at a fundraising dinner at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children on the 9th of next month. Why? Well, it's great that Loofah boy got what he deserved in that he was replaced as keynote speaker because of his repugnant comments, saying that abducted and found teenager Shawn Hornbeck enjoyed his captivity for 4 years by child molester Michael Devlin. But, what took the NCMEC nearly a month to make this decision? One must ask why this decision to boot Mr. Falafel wasn't made the very next day, or even in two days. How did this man still keep his job after saying such infuriating things?

The NCMEC has issued this message on their website:

"In response to the numerous e-mails and inquiries we have received, we are providing the following update regarding the Collier County, Florida branch fundraising dinner scheduled for March 9, 2007 in Naples, Florida. Bill O’Reilly, host of The O’Reilly Factor, will not be a speaker at the dinner. The dinner will be held as scheduled. John Walsh, host of America’s Most Wanted, will be the keynote speaker.
We would like to thank everyone for their comments and e-mails."

It seems that this cancellation isn't the only consequence that O' Reilly's comments has had to endure. It's confirmed now that the home improvement chain Lowe's has pulled their advertising from FOX News as a result of Billo's heartless, disgusting comments. Again, what took Lowe's so long to do this? Why isn't everyone pulling their advertising from FOX?
It seems FOX News needs to get an eye-opening message from the American public and the corporate world that these comments and views will not be tolerated and I think that message should start with the harshest consequence possible. For the public, simply not tuning into FOX News or boycotting companies/corporations that continue to advertise at FOX. For the corporate sector, to demand the firing of employees such as O' Reilly or pull all advertising unless they do. When we as Americans or businesses/companies do nothing when these comments about our children are made, we are advocates for the crimes committed against them, plain and simple. It disturbs me that Lowe's and the NCMEC waited too long, but at least they ended up coming to the right and just conclusion.

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