I think Bill O’Reilly is starting to become the conservative version of Michael Moore, way out there and nutty as hell. I would be lying if I said I don’t agree with a lot of what Mr. O’Reilly says but sometimes it seems he loses his grip on reality. Like the other day on his show he went off on a rant about Liberals stopping us from saying Merry Christmas or even calling it Christmas. I know some Liberals such as the ACLU are threatening a number of lawsuits against towns that allow Christmas displays on public property and I think this world would be so much better if the ACLU would just be swallowed by a giant black hole but they can not stop people from calling it Christmas. Sometimes Bill O’Reilly places to much effort into supposedly bring these things to our attention when in fact all he is doing is giving them more power. Anyone with half a brain knows that the ACLU is nothing but a big pain in our asses and we try to ignore them has much as possible. They are powerful but no matter how hard they try they will not be able to get rid of Jesus or Christianity. This county was built on the belief of God and that’s how it should stay. Bill O’Reilly needs to put a little more faith into the American public cause majority of Americans are Christians and will not allow the disintegration of Christmas. So the stores can stop calling things Christmas and start saying Holidays and some idiots can get offended if you tell them Merry Christmas it doesn’t take the true meaning of Christmas away. Christmas is a Christian holiday and if non Christians want to celebrate it then fine with me but don’t tell me that we have to have a “Holiday” tree in town square instead of a “Christmas” tree. It’s crazy. But so is Bill O’Reilly. When he was talking to Ellis Henican and Lori Lipman Brown about his Christmas Campaign he went as far as calling one of them the Anti-Christ and saying their holidays cookies that they bake are probably full of pot. I was stunned! That was just plain rude. He should act like an adult and not stoup to that type of level to get his point across. That’s why I rarely watch Bill O’Reilly. I like Joe Scarborough from Scarborough Country. And as far as your poll goes, Mr. O’Reilly, about Will you shop at stores that do not say `Merry Christmas?’ Will you shop at stores that do not say `Merry Christmas?’. I will shop wherever it’s cheaper.