Watch this if you haven't seen anything on it already O'Reilly brought on the president of the "Family Values" culture campaign group, and then the executive director of gay pride in San Diego to discuss the controversey of having a designated "gay night" and "kids night" on the same day at the Padres ballpark. Kids got giveaway hats if they were under 12 that night. O'Reilly called it "social engineering", but refused to say insist the Padres had some sort of gay agenda. The Family Values lady said that this was preposterous, and that the Padres were seeking to hurt our nation's kids. That kids shouldn't be exposed to that and neither should the parents have to explain to their kids why a guy is kissing another guy. And then both Bill and the lady claimed there was exhibitionism going on, which was clearly "inappropriate". She claimed that there shouldn't be any celebration of the gay lifestyle, which is what happened at the half-time show, and that they are trying to turn our kids into homosexuals. Many of the parents DID NOT know that it was gay night. Bill: "You're putting too many gays into an area. Thats the problem. Nobody objects to homosexuals going to a baseball game, thats un-American to do that, but if you're going to cluster them on a promotion night...why would you do it on a "kids night"? What are your thoughts on this? Bad idea to mix "gay night" with "kids night"? I personally think its a little bit excessive to be promoting homosexuality on "kids night", but thats just me. I wouldn't take my kid there, not out of "fear" of homosexuals, but simply that kids don't need to be seeing some of the stuff that goes on there.