Tuesday, May 09, 2006

The Ick Factor

Here at the We Love John Kerry blog, we sometimes operate under the belief that there are two kinds of people in the world: those who want John Kerry and know it, and those who want John Kerry and don't know it.

The theory pretty much originates with Rush Limbaugh. If Rush Limbaugh isn't obsessed with Kerry, then I sure as heck am not, either.

Floating in that gray area between Column A (a crush so huge and embarrassing that it has it own blog) and Column B (hating that election-losing bastard so much you've saved every picture you can find of him windsurfing, kiteboarding or swimming to your hard drive JUST so you can make fun of him every other day) is, according to today's Boston Herald...

oh, this is hard to type.

Bill O'Reilly.

O'Reilly told the Herald: “If he is more specific and does engage the folks, he’s got a good shot. He’s got a lot of experience. He’s got respect abroad. I think he’s a smart guy. We need some strong leadership in this country.”

If a stopped clock weren't correct twice a day, I wouldn't even post this here. But when you think about it, even a first-class douchebag like O'Reilly is a citizen who is entitled to crave strong leadership as much as anyone else.

So, Bill O'Reilly, if you are reading this, I hope you're enjoying our moment of solidarity as as much as I am.

Or rather, was. Because now it's over.


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