Your e-mails are passionate about Hurricane Katrina and related topics, including the radical group MoveOn.Org's decision to protest in front of the White House. Some excerpts:
Donna Bulgrin, Mandeville, LA: "As a victim of Hurricane Katrina, I was enraged to see the MoveOn group trying to exploit the tragedy. I sent them a letter letting them know how I feel in no uncertain terms."
Beverly Cardoza, Middletown, RI: "If those MoveOn people really cared about the hurricane victims, they'd use their time and energy to help them down there."
David Organ, Loveland, CO: "Bill, you rant about people using the hurricane for partisan purposes. Bush and Cheney showed up. Why is that different than MoveOn?"
Belle, Virginia: "O'Reilly, I know for a fact that gas companies are price gouging. My husband is a dispatcher for a fuel company which is now charging 67 cents a gallon more for heating fuel than its cost. My husband is taking calls from panicked elderly people who can't pay it. When he asked the company if it could drop the price a bit, he was told no, the price would go up as much as possible. My husband may resign over this."
David Wiese, Lexington, KY: "O'Reilly, you should be encouraging conservation instead of your stupid Sunday boycott."