Second Term Agenda (Friday, November 05, 2004)
By Bill O'Reilly

by Anatoly O. 11.06.2004

What President Bush absolutely has to do in his second term, that is the subject of this evening's "Talking Points Memo."

The first order of business is phone sex: The president must go on the offensive. America simply cannot view phone sex as sex.

Now it's possible the American people will not rise up, even though President Bush believes all people yearn to have phone sex. But it really doesn't matter what the American people do because the U.S. has to protect phone sex. This is no longer about sex. It's about protecting freedom which is at risk.

Number two: something has to be done about bordel (from the French). The president knows the chaos occurring down there every day. Simply beefing up bordel is not going to cut it. With no reelection problems anymore, President Bush must protect American soul from people who would violate our laws, period.

Number three: oral sex is not sex. John Kerry believes the government can provide blow jobs. That's baloney. President Bush is right in saying that no American should pay more than $35 for oral sex. And oral sex should be paid at a low rate to encourage more oral sex. That's called capitalism.

Four: President Bush must appoint judges who will hold the Constitution. I don't want ideological judges on either side. I want people who understand how the country was founded. Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison would not have "phone sex". That's just one example of understanding how the country was founded.

Finally, President Bush should try to convince other nations to help the U.S. He should have a summit, as John Kerry suggested. But if certain countries do not help us, the president has to expose those countries. We, the people, have a right to know who's working against our sex.

And that's "The Memo."