It seems our old buddy Bill thinks it would be a brilliant plan to have a law where we would deport any high school kids who fail a civics test to Canada:
Now, I submit to you, most high school kids in this country couldn’t pass a civics test. They don’t know what’s going on. They don’t know what the House of Representatives is; they don’t know what the judicial branch is. They don’t know anything.
So, I have a bill that would throw all those kids out. All right? Let’s do that. Let’s get rid of all these dopey kids. OK? Y’all with me on that one? Can’t pass the civics test, Seymour? Say hello to Canada.
Which is a pretty delusional idea to begin with, seeing as I don’t think our own President could pass such a test, but more to the point O’Reilly demonstrated himself that he’d likely be deported under his own plan during the very same radio broadcast when he complained that the Secretary of Energy wasn’t doing enough about high gas prices:
Does everybody understand that? Well, Spencer Abraham doesn’t understand it. He is—in case you didn’t know, because nobody does—he is the secretary of energy. Spencer Abraham. And he’s the invisible man. Only his hat shows up for work. He sits at a desk and all you see is the pen. You can’t see him, he’s invisible. But he did make a statement. Roll the tape.
O’REILLY: OK. I am a pinhead. There’s no question about it today. Spencer Abraham is the former secretary of energy. Samuel Bodman is the current. Now, I made the mistake because they’re the same person. They are. People don’t know that, but they are. Have you ever seen them together?
You have to wonder about this guy sometimes. Is he really as delusional as he sounds or does he have to work at it? Not that I’d be all that upset to have him deported by his own stupid law to Canada or, even better, to Iran.