Firstly, his comments to Jen Aniston are totally retarded but I'll post them for anyone who's not in the know:
[This is discussing Jen's new move The Switch, in which she plays a mid life woman who decides to have a child on her own, with donated sperm from a "perfect" candidate]
"She's throwing a message out to 12-year-olds and 13-year-olds that hey, you don't need a guy, you don't need a dad," he said. "That's destructive to our society."
O'Reilly went on to argue that remarks like Aniston's are hurtful to fathers, saying, "She's diminishing the role of the dad."PERFECTION! I loved how no holds barred she was with this public statement. I will say that I was raised by two single mothers from two generations: my mother and and my grandmother. I had a wonderful childhood and learned what it truly means to be a woman in this world. Hearing my own young sister ask what fathers were for only validates my theory that
It is man, not woman, that is diminishing the role of the father in our society.
There are so many wonderful fathers out their, don't get me wrong, but it is the dead beat dad's actions and the subsequent reactions that have lessened the role of the father in our society, not the woman who takes on duel roles in a sexist and degrading world. They work twice as hard to get the same results as a nuclear family. We should cherish the women who are making Presidents (remember that Obama's mama was a single mother as well) instead of knocking them off of the pedestal they whole heartedly deserve.