Eminen's new video "We Made You" mocks women who havedominated the news in the last year. Set up as a spoof of the Bret Michaels reality show Rock Of Love, Em pokes fun of Britney Spears, LindsayLohan, Kim Kardashian, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Aniston, Amy Winehouse, EllenDeGeneres and Sarah Palin.
O'Reilly, a longtime hip-hop antagonist, calls Eminem'sdepiction of Palin crude. A Palin lookalike dressed in a low cut bustier andbusiness suit sits atop of an office desk, flirting with a shirtless Eminemposing as Palin's husband.
O'Reilly feels that political analysts for Media Matters, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and NBC should have called Eminem to task forhis treatment of Palin.
"The video means nothing," O'Reilly says. "It plays beforekids who are confused. But the hypocrisy and the dishonesty of the media doesmean something in this country. It is out of control and is demonstrable bythis."
I know that O'Reilly dishes politics, is a Palin supporter,and wants to blast other media outlets for letting Eminem's political dig slipthrough the cracks. It is an interesting perspective. However, if he findsoffensive and "crude" Eminem's implication that former beauty queen Palin is a sex symbol, I wonder if O'Reilly only feels that way because she is a politician?
- Kim Kardashian
- Sarah Palin
- Amy Winehouse
- Jessica Simpson
- Britney Spears
- Jennifer Aniston