Well, to lead off the topic with stuff like "..self appointed holy-protector of Christmas"...and "...flights of delusion of grandeur..." and "...semi-comatose viewers..." automatically delegates the author into what I consider a prejudiced trashbin.
Not that I have a 'Spin stops here' doormat, but I have actually found myself agreeing with (or at least recognizing) some of his concerns.
I haven't been able to watch his show with any regularity in several months, but I do recall him taking to task some of the "celebrities" that campaigned so in-front-of-the-photo-op-spotlights after 9-11 for donations of which some monies were notwithcoming, lost, misdirected or otherwise offered, at the very least, in a not-timely manner to those of whom should be recipients. For this, I applaud his efforts.
If this is a similar case, I applaud his efforts to publicise it also. That you may or may not agree with O'Reilly's (perceived?) political thrust does not justify criticising the message.
Speaking of recent political threads, re: the Tsunami catastrophe, I wonder why so many regulars here were so quick to chastise the US government about initial dollar-aid offered but nobody questioned how much Koffi Anin and his son have offered out of the uncountable millions they have (allegedly
scammed out of their UN dealings. Food (pun definately intended) for thought. Regards...Jack