Your weekend e-mails dealt with a variety of recent segments. Some excerpts:
Jessica Sandfold, San Diego, CA: "Good ol' Bill O'Reilly. Instead of focusing on the Bush administration's handling of Hurricane Katrina, you go after the New York Times. Bush must love you for being his personal lap dog."
Brian Wise, Hollywood, FL: "O'Reilly, based on your overestimation of your own importance, you feel President Bush should send someone to talk to you? He doesn't have to discuss anything with you."
Dexter Beard, Sioux Falls, SD: "Why aren't regular Muslims telling the radical elements to shut up?"
Ken Smith, Michigan City, IN: "When did I start living in a world where torture, murder and kidnapping are acceptable, but political cartoons are not?"
Penny Fortin, Dunbarton, NH: "Mr. O'Reilly, my 11-year old son died after playing the choking game. It's about time someone told people about it. My deepest gratitude for your segment.'"
Susan Cooley, Malibu, CA: "Bill, after watching the choking game segment, I asked my ninth grade son about it. He said lots of kids think it's cool. This really opened my eyes."