O'Reilly Welcomes "Blatantly Dishonest… Far Left Zealot" Al Franken to Senate
Al Franken will be sworn in as a US Senator today.
The hateful Far Left loon will be the 60th vote for Democrats.
Bill O’Reilly welcomed this “dishonest Far Left zealot” to the senate on Monday’s program:
Tell us how you really feel, Bill!
Of course, O’Reilly is right.
Franken should not be holdig any public office, let alone US senator. The people of Minnesota should be ashamed.
Comedian(?) Franken has a long history of bashing Republicans.
Here’s some “comedy” he wrote about a prominent conservative being shot in the head and another picking up a hooker:
A passage from a book by comedian and Minnesota Democratic Senate candidate Al Franken describes one prominent conservative being shot in the head and another soliciting a prostitute, among other graphic images.
The chapter, a satirical short story, portrays the cowardly and bumbling actions of several conservative commentators deployed as a squad to Vietnam. Titled “Operation Chickenhawk,” it was included in Franken’s 1996 book Rush Limbaugh is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations as a scathing rebuttal to conservative criticisms of then-President Bill Clinton’s draft dodging.
In the passage, Franken jokes about conservative author Bill Bennett getting shot in the head and the effect it had on columnist George Will, whom Franken calls “Stoner” and portrays as being addicted to acid.
“First day in ‘Nam, Stoner saw a buddy get greased,” Franken writes. “Guy named Bill Bennett. Got it right in the eyes. Stoner tried to plug the hole, came up holding a handful of goop that used to be Bennett’s brain. It was pretty grotesque, bizarre and grotesque to be honest. Stoner hasn’t been the same since.”
Former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, another member of the squad, is portrayed reminiscing about an encounter with a prostitute at a Saigon bar. After the woman profanely offers him sex, Gingrich asks her to do “terrible things” to him.
Other highlights include radio host Rush Limbaugh continually soiling himself with fear, former Republican Senator Phil Gramm shooting Oliver North in the back when North demands that the squad attack a band of Viet Cong, and columnist Pat Buchanan making a homosexual advance on Newt Gingrich.
Comedy at its best.
Of course, NPR is wondering today if Franken is just too funny for the senate.
More… Pagar added this:
Every time one thinks that the US Senate can sink no lower, someone lowers the watermark.