When blowhards collide: Tonight on the "O'Reilly Factor", thankfully retired CNN anchor Lou Dobbs announced that he is "thinking about a lot of opportunities"—including running for New Jersey Senate. Also: that Obama is not "the devil" (el Diablo)

When O'Reilly asked Dobbs, who quit CNN unannounced last week, whether he was considering a Senate run, Dobbs said, "A lot of things are on my mind. I'm not going to be coy about this." He then proceeded to be very coy. Did you see Dobbs' little head bob when O'Reilly lists off his possible future moves: TV, Radio, and "run for office?" If that wasn't "marked by cute, coquettish, or artful playfulness," then I'm going to have to reevaluate a lot of the things women do around me that I previously thought of as coy.

Anyway, if nothing else we learned that Bill O'Reilly would seriously ask the question "Barack Obama, is he the devil?" and that Dobbs will be a "semi-regular" guest on the program to further dissect the degree to which Obama is or is not satanic. It's good to hear that Dobbs won't be sitting around just counting his $8 million severance package.

Here is a potential campaign poster and slogan for Dobbs' future political campaign, based on his claim that someone shot at his house in retaliation for his support of the Birther "movement" (sorry, can't think of a good synonym for "crazy people" right now):

Lou Dobbs Not Ruling Out Senate Run, Doesn't Think Obama is "the Devil"S