I will not give Bill OReilly much credit but I must give the devil his due (so to speak). The man has more nerve in his little finger than most people do in their entire body. This appears today on the FOX NEWS webpage... "The worst offenders are cowardly politicians like those in Vermont, who simply will not punish crimes like child rape in an effective way. Let me say this again. If an adult rapes a child, and I don't care whether it's in or out of the family, that adult deserves to go to prison for 25 years to life." Personally I would like to see all child rapists, indeed all rapists, get the death penalty. No decent person will disagree with OReilly's basic point. However after the cowardly, immoral, and cold hearted statement(s) OReilly made about Shawn Hornbeck (a child who was kidnapped and raped) his current statements of outrage ring very hollow. When one considers that the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children canceled his inventation to speak at a Florida event after his comments about Hornbeck his comments are not only hollow but laughable. How dare he pretend to be outraged at these judges when he blames the victim in the highest profile child abuse case of the year! OReilly then goes on to prove that he is totally clueless about his past statements... "The issue of child rape is extremely complicated. Each situation's different. When the Shawn Hornbeck case broke, many pinheads in the media ran out screaming "Stockholm Syndrome." That is the captive identifies with the captor. That's just bull. And anyone who said that's irresponsible. What happened to Shawn Hornbeck and thousands of other kids is called "child sexual abuse accommodation syndrome." That is, the child is literally tortured into accepting his circumstance. This is so evil, it's almost beyond comprehension. The guy who did this to Shawn Hornbeck, Michael Devlin, doesn't deserve to live another day in this world. -- That's how evil the man is. "Talking Points" is not going to report specifics about the Devlin case. I'm going leave that to the authorities. But everybody should know this is beyond horrifying. And no rehab should ever be in play." I agree with most everything he said here. I would, however, assert that Hornbeck had the classic symptoms of Stockholm Syndrome. However since neither OReilly, or myself, are psychology scholars I will allow that difference to remain. Just think, if OReilly had made this statement first, instead of his other "pin headed" statement, he could still be a important spokesman for Jessica's Law (a Law we really need passed). This just goes to show how careful we all must be to watch what we say.