Monday, April 14, 2003

Where's the apology, Janeane?

Found this gem in MRC's CyberAlert, quoting Bill O'Reilly's recent interview with Janeane Garofalo. Something tells me Comrade Garofalo won't be offering up any apologies, or recanting any of the nasty things she's spewed over the past couple of months.

O’Reilly: If you are wrong, all right, and if the United States -- and they will, this is going to happen -- goes in, liberates Iraq, people in the street, American flags, hugging our soldiers, all right, we find all kinds of bad, bad stuff, all right, in Iraq, you gonna apologize to George W. Bush?

Garofalo: I would be so willing to say I’m sorry, I hope to God that I can be made a buffoon of, that people will say you were wrong, you were a fatalist, and I will go to the White House on my knees on cut glass and say, hey, you were right, I shouldn’t have doubted you. But I think to think that is preposterous.

In other celebrity war news, Shannon Doherty offered this on Carson Daly's NBC late night gabfest: "I'm a Republican...I'm a big supporter of President Bush." Way the go, Shannon. Maybe I can forgive you for all those years on the WB's wretched show, Charmed.


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