O'Reilly defended Obama's energy policies Thursday night and hammered on a oil-industry rep even though he admitted he didn't understand how gas prices worked. The oil-rep attempted to explain it too him, but O'Reilly interrupted him every time he made an attempt. I've been watching O'Reilly less and less lately. I read his book "Pinheads and Patriots" the other day and noticed a trend in his thought processes. He's been invited to the Obama White House and has admittedly sucked up to the President and the First Lady. Deep down inside Bill O'Reilly feels that Obama is a good man. I beg to differ. A good man does not do what Obama has done. A good man does not hang around the kind of human trash Obama does. A good man could not sit in a church for 20 years and hear the racist rants of a pastor like Rev. Wright without walking out. A good man could not make friends with a terrorist like Bill Ayers, or suck up to George Soros, a man who promised to spend whatever it took to bring down this country. You cannot say, after witnessing the actions of this president, that Obama is a good man. Bill O'Reilly is, after all, a journalist. He's a liberal, although a moderate liberal, but still a liberal. He cannot bring himself to believe the worst of the President, and maybe nobody should. It is after all hard to believe.