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BIll O'Reilly Calls Tom DeLay Powerless Thursday, September 22, 2005

The delightful folks over at Media Matters quoted Bill O'Reilly's syndicated radio program. O'Reilly, known as somewhat of an independent rightwing nutjob suggest Tom DeLay doesn't have any power anymore. Check out the link and you can hear the whole quote.

It seems the Republican party is in a decidely weakened condition in both Kentucky and the nation. The problem is the Democrats aren't fielding anyone right now to really do the damage they need to do to get them out of office. Also keep in mind the despite all else, the Republicans have a ton of money, both in Kentucky and in the country. That's going to be a problem the Democrats must overcome. It's easy to say grassroots support and working the oldfashioned way but the point is, the television is a powerful medium reaching a lot of people. They know how to use it most effectively. Handshaking is necessary but not nearly as powerful as one nasty commercial in an area with the right demographics.

posted by Stithmeister @ 8:32 PM

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