Not Too Bright: Monica Crowley Edition

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On The O’Reilly Factor, Tuesday episode, Monica Crowley was offered as the “conservative” viewpoint on gay marriage.  Her reason why a majority of Americans oppose gay marriage?  “90% of the people in this country are church-goers.”  O’Reilly corrected her, saying that 90% of Americans believe in a higher Being: the correct statistic.  But no matter, because Crowley continued to run roughshod over religious Americans, and blamed their belief in God for opposing gay marriage.  Another statistic states that  70% of Americans oppose gay marriage.  That would mean that 20% of those who believe in a higher Being support gay marriage.  She totally discounts any other reasons why people oppose gay marriage.  Not only is Ms. Crowley’s argument fallacious, but frankly, it’s offensive.

UPDATE I:

I’ve seen Monica Crowley guest hosting for O’Reilly and she hasn’t made any statements similar to this since.  She deserves credit for doing a good job as guest and guest host.


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2 Responses to “Not Too Bright: Monica Crowley Edition”

  1. I don’t think Monica Crowleys opinion was offensive, it is just an opinion and nothing else.

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