Bol (ByronCrawford.com) agrees to video interview, dodges more questions than the White House press secretary
(The Parker Report) I now know how Dorothy felt when she found out who the Wizard of Oz really was. For some strange reason, this interview reminded me of those Jerry Springer episodes where they patched in a video feed of the guy who was too fat to get out of his bed while Springer hit him with the most inane questions known to man. It is essentially five minutes of awkwardly scripted questions and equally awkward responses from someone who just realized they are now accountable for what they say. If I had never read Bol's site before, I'd be convinced he didn't have an opinion on anything. Granted, I understand that 90% of what Bol says is done to elicit a reaction, but he backed down from all of those questions like when Michael Jackson is asked about his sexual encounters. To be fair, the questions from Erik Parker were beyond ridiculous. It's like a Bill O'Reilly interview with a fellow neo-con where he tries to make it look like he's asking the tough questions, but asks nothing more than senseless fluff. Last time I checked "Alfonso Ribero...from SILVER SPOONS!? COME ON!" was not a legitimate interview question.