O’Reilly on "San Francisco values"

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Kos takes Bill O’Reilly down a few pegs for his nonsensical slandering of “San Francisco values.” After lambasting BOR’s boycott mentality, Kos lists the Bay Area’s values (tolerance, entrepreneurship, and creativity) and its triumphs—everything from Intuit and the iPod to Pixar and the Palm—and then continues firing:

Yeah, those "San Francisco values" sure are dragging the region down. Making it weak as it falls behind the rest of the country -- the parts that don't share "San Francisco values" -- economically and socially.

Or, maybe -- just maybe -- it's made the region a magnet for the world's smartest, most innovative, most entrepreneurial individuals and an incubator of the world's most dramatic technological advances.

Also, Keith Olbermann disproved BOR’s claim to have coined the term “San Francisco values,” as MediaMatters showed.

Bravo to all!

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