Bill O’Reilly offers up his usual mix of ignorance, hypocrisy and stupidity in explaining that Obama only got elected because so many “non-traditional voters” — women, black people and Latinos — just don’t believe in America like he does.
If you look at the exit polling, you’ll see that a coalition of voters put the President back into the oval office. That coalition was non-tradition, which means it veered away from things like traditional marriage, robust capitalism, and self reliance. Instead, each constituency that voted for the President — whether it be single women, Hispanic Americans, African Americans, whatever — had very specific reasons for doing so. […]
Traditional American voters generally want a smaller government in Washington, more local control, some oversight on abortion, and believe in American exceptionalism.
Secondly…O’Reilly…O’Reilly…that’s an Irish name, isn’t it? I seem to recall that the Irish were once “non-traditional voters” in this country and demeaned in the same way O’Reilly demeans anyone who isn’t white. Those who ignore history are doomed to remain assholes.