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After O'Reilly comment, San Fran hits back

Last week, Bill O'Reilly encouraged al Qaeda to attack San Francisco because he was upset that San Franciscans voted to discourage public schools in the city from allowing military recruiters on campus. The San Francisco Chronicle reports local leaders have a few choice things to say back.

Not everybody took Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's on-air comments this week about terrorists bombing Coit Tower as the hyperbole that fills the talk-radio ether. One of the ticked off was San Francisco Supervisor Chris Daly, who Friday called for O'Reilly to be fired.

"For an anchor on a major station, Fox News, to be saying those kinds of things, it's just not OK," Daly said Friday. "It was just over the top."

Agreeing with Daly was San Francisco firefighters union president John Hanley, and not just because the hose-shaped tower is a tribute to firefighters.

"Who is this guy, O'Reilly?" said Hanley, who identified himself as both a third-generation San Franciscan and military veteran. "I've got guys fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. I'm a veteran myself. What's he talking about?"


Yeah. What he said.


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