Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Bill O'Reilly, Rearranging the Deck Chairs

Screaming head Bill O'Reilly's "The Battle for American Values Cruise" has sunk. Lousy ticket sales scuttled the cruise that once shot for 800 passengers.

A little advice from the Watching Washington Cruise Director:

Cruise ships are built with an inordinate number of bars, serve food to the point of encouraging gluttony, provide topless tanning decks, and offer 24 hour casino gambling. When charging folks $1,629 bucks a pop to cruise the high seas, away from the confines of the US, don't expect to slap values of any kind on your passengers.
Maybe Mr O'Reilly should team up with Willam Bennett to have another "Values" seminar in Las Vegas.

In the meantime, leave "American Values" to people who truly understand them -- like Wal-Mart. "Name Brands at everday low prices" -- now that's an American value. (NY Daily News)

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1 comment:

Gindy said...

I watch his TV show and stay away from his radio show. Either way, I don't think a great time is going on a cruise with O'Rielly.