I'm not a Bill O'Riley fan. I think he's overbearing, pompus, and at times preachy. But there's one thing that separates him from the rest of the Donk-schlocking dimwits that populate the news: He isn't afraid to piss you off.
So an executive member of the Dukakis/Bentsen campaign chimed in that she didn't see the big deal because all political parties are tax-empt; Democrats, Republicans, etc.
O Reilly responded that those were political parties. Moveon.org is not a political party, and their representation that they are merely a grassroots political organization belies the fact that they are a partisan mouthpiece for the liberal end of the Democratic party.
A fair point; one that even the biggest Moveon.org moonbats couldn't possibly even consider denying.
So she says "It's no different than all the right-wing organizations that exist only to destroy Democrats." I perked up at that, so did my wife. We were finally going to get some meat and potatoes.
Her point became the claim that there are right wing organizations who misrepresent their political activities just as much as Moveon.org, and who are not clearly right wing.
O'Reilly asked a question you would never consider hearing out of the mouth of a Brian Williams or Dan Blather: "Name one..."
Silence and blank stare.
Thank you Insignificant Thoughts, a misnomer if I've ever seen one.