… And on that farm he had a Bill O’Reilly, Ee i ee i oh! With a “I’m an idiot here” and I’m a “dumb dumb” here …

Last night, Tina went to be a bit earlier than I did. We both hit the sack earlier than usually. Times have been stressful, and sleep has been sparse.

On these kinds of nights, I tend to put on the TV news stations to see what they’re talking about. If we’re sharing the tube, we watch TV that we both might like.

Last night, Bill O’Reilly was talking about Trayvon Martin, just like everyone . O’Reilly is convinced there’s a story that the liberal media isn’t letting us know about yet, and that this story is going to give George Zimmermon the edge he needs to come out scott free.

The absolute funniest and sickest part of the whole show was O’Reilly’s spin on who made this story popular. At one point, he looked right in the camera at one point and said, “The American public can’t get enough of this story. They’ve made it the most discussed topic in public and won’t let it down.”

Frankly, I haven’t heard many people talking about the story at all. It’s the last thing small talk brings up.

This is a media story. It’s in the media all the fucking time.

I watched through some talking heads with different perspectives, and admired how Bill talked right over the right-leaning law perspective telling her what she was supposed to say. And then he argued with the left-leaning perspective about Obama’s, “He’d look like my son,” comment, but then finally agreed with him on his point … you know, so that Billy Boy looks like he’s “fair and balanced” a term made cliché in the 10 minutes I tuned in.

I bet he said it five times.

No kidding.

What a ruse.

Chopra and O’Reilly compete for Idiot award, both win!

This exchange between Bill O’Reilly and Deepak Chopra will entertain you.

I will call out one item and hope you call out one as well.

O’Reilly says that the U.S. was founded on the principles of the 10 commandments. The first commandment: You shall have no other gods before me.

The first amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Not establishing religion negates the first commandment … every day of the week.

You’re Your turn.