The posting of this video is in no way showing support for health care reform, it just shows that Bill O’Reilly will say anything.
Posts Tagged ‘Bill O’Reilly’
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Fox News Channel, Healthcare reform, Ron Paul
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Newshounds, Poll, Sarah Palin
If Ms. Palin keeps at it, before long I will be at “Sarah Palin and Co. have got
Really, this woman makes no friggin’ sense. Newshounds has reported on her latest exploit on Bill O’Reilly’s show where O’Reilly questions her as to where her show “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” gives her any kind of legitimacy for President of the United States.
Can you guess her response? Yep, you guessed it. It was incoherent and classic Palin. Click the above link to see the video.
Here’s Sarah Palin explaining that she is a foreign policy expert because Alaska is in close “proximity” with Russia. Here’s a gun, you’ll thank me for it! The video might be old, but as Ron White says, “You can’t fix stupid.”
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Dana Milbank, Fox News Channel, Megyn Kelly, O'Reilly Factor
Bill O’Reilly and Megyn Kelly seem to mistake “opinion” for “journalism”. O’Reilly was on a tear of Dana Millbank because of “lies” he put in one of his columns. In one part of the video he says, “I think we should beat him up.” Megyn did not grab hold of the line.
While O’Reilly likes to say that you cannot “give an opinion based on a lie”; it’s not like O’Reilly ever lies, is it? Towards the end he asks Kelly if Sharia Law allowed them to behead Dana Millbank. But, after all, like Bill, it was just a joke.
Whether or not Millbank put in some factual errors in his column, that is beside the point. The very fact is, is that O’Reilly is arrogant, and repugnant. He is an opinion-piece, not a journalist.
O’Reilly gives an opinion – Shut Up! But, again, that’s an opinion.
Setting aside the Obama/Bill Ayers link; watch as Megyn Kelly mistakes
journalism grasping for ratings for passion on the camera.
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Fox News Channel, George W. Bush, History, President, Sean Hannity, United States
The fight for liberty and the Constitution is ongoing. First, under George W. Bush it was torture. Which Sean Hannity says waterboarding is not torture. Now we have the “change” or “reform” administration exercising the right to “assassinate Amer’cans”. And it is all in the name of “national security” and fighting “terrorism”.
Watch the clip below. The journalists opinionated “pinheads” at Fox News have nothing against this. And as you watch the video, you will see that they try to make it look like the CIA has some sort of credibility. Yeah, right!
The words Constitution, Bill of Rights, Due Process of Law, go in one ear, swims around in the bullshit, and slides out the other ear with these people. And the ACLU apparently doesn’t care about the safety of the United Sates.
Article of interest: The loss of American Citizenship and Assassinations.
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Christianity, Iraq, Islam, New York City, O'Reilly Factor, Terry Jones, United States
My support of the First Amendment and a Muslim’s right to practice their faith does not come by way of liberalism, but liberty. After all, it is the basic founding principle of liberty itself. The right of all Americans to practice religion without the interference of big government.
Terry Jones has taken an already volatile situation and made it worse. If Mr. Jones burns those Qurans – like Adolf Hitler would do – you can bet a years salary that there will be blowback, and it won’t be pretty.
We’ve seen riots and protests, in and outside of New York City. A mosque was set ablaze by arson, reminding us of the days of the civil rights movement. A NYC cabbie almost lost his life because of being Muslim, and we watched the media turn it into a political freak show.
Muslims don’t believe in Jesus, that’s true. But neither do Buddists, Hindu’s, athiests, or Scientologists, and little fanfare is given to them. Maybe that’s because Muslim’s are the ‘in thing’ now. First, it was the Nazi’s, then the communists and the Red Scare, Cuba, Vietnam, now its the Muslim’s turn. Twenty years from now it will be something else.
In the newest episode of the O’Reilly Factor (9/9/2010) Mr. O’Reilly went on a binge of blaming Islam for virtually…well…everything.
“Right now, there are more than 100 mosques in New York City so there’s no religious tolerance issue here or in most other parts of America.
“There is, however, a big religious tolerance problem in most Muslim countries as they don’t accept ANY other religion. By placing the proposed mosque within yards (two blocks, not yards) of the 9/11 attack, with no stated purpose for that, the imam has created a controversy. He did it! There’s simply no reason for the mosque to be there.
“Sincere Muslims should respect (the objections of 9/11 families). Talking Points believes that tolerance deal swings both ways, right? Seems every two minutes some Muslims are offended by America. Yeah! We have some kooks here who are disrespectful to Islam. But every nation has them. It is long past time for the Muslim world to show a little respect and tolerance to America!”
Bill O’Reilly just like Sean Hannity doesn’t understand the world in the ‘big picture.’ Muslims could say the same for us. Obviously O’Reilly has forgotten the United States’ past with Iraq. In the 1990s sanctions imposed by the U.S. and the U.N. cost the lives of over 500,000 innocent Iraqis.
The 1998 bombing was eggregious at best, hit alot of harmless targets and cost scores of – once again – innocent lives. This is a period of time in the history of the United States where Madeline Albright went on 60 Minutes and said the lives lost due to sanctions were “worth it.”
Iraq was never worth the sweat, blood and tears that cost the American soldier and their families. Something has to be said for the status quo when in 2008 Ron Paul raised the most money from active military.
A stark reality that Mr. O’Reilly has never seemed to grasp is that our foreign policy has repicusions, and those repicusions cause hatred to the United States. Torture and its grotesqueness never seems to seep into the cerebrum of the likes of Hannity, O’Reilly, Beck, Coulter, or Malkin. All of which, by the way, have never served time in the military.
My faith comes from the word God and through the teachings of Jesus Christ. Some – not all – Christians who are outraged by the “Ground Zero Mosque”, I think, have a serious insecurity problem of their own.
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Chuck Baldwin, Dennis Kucinich, George W. Bush, Iraq, Iraq War, United States
Dennis Kucinich’s opposition the Iraqi conflict is admirable, but likely to fall on deaf ears.
“Who is in charge of our operations in Iraq , now? George Orwell? A war based on lies continues to be a war based on lies. Today, we have a war that is not a war, with combat troops who are not combat troops. In 2003, President Bush said ‘ Mission Accomplished ‘ . In 2010, the White House says combat operations are over in Iraq , but will leave 50,000 troops, many of whom will inevitably be involved in combat-related activities.
“Just seven days ago, General Babaker Shawkat Zebari, the commander of Iraq ’s military, said that Iraq ’s security forces will not be trained and ready to take over security for another 10 years. One story is being told to the military on the ground in Iraq and another story is being told to their families back home.
“You can’t be in and out at the same time.
“This is not the end of the war; this is simply a new stage in the campaign to lull the American people into accepting an open-ended presence in Iraq . This is not an honest accounting to the American people and it diminishes the role of the troops who will put their lives on the line. This is not fair to the troops, their families or the American people.
“The Administration and the Pentagon would be wise to level with the American people about our long-term commitment to Iraq .
“The cost of the wars has been estimated to be around $1 million per soldier per year. Each year the troop levels stay at 50,000 means another $50 billion is wasted. I object to spending billions of dollars to maintain a charade in Iraq while our own economy is failing and over 15 million Americans are out of work. I object to keeping any level troops in Iraq to maintain a war based on lies. It is time that Congress sees through the manipulation and finally acts to truly end the war by stopping its funding,” said Kucinich.
I posted an article just yesterday by Chuck Baldwin and he points out in it that the Pentagon cannot “account for $9.1 billion” pertaining to Iraq. But as Grant Lawrence points out in his article What Freedom Looks Like, the conflict is far from over, and it seems to me that the build up, invasion, and occupation of Iraq had nothing more to do with national security than a dog would have use for cat food.
Leading up to the invasion of Iraq – now here’s a guy I cannot stand – Bill O’Reilly ran the biggest propaganda machine possible. Remember him saying that once the shooting starts “we should all just shut up?!” Or his constant denial that despite the irrefutible evidence that Iraq was sold on a lie, we should stay there and “finish the job.” That job, sadly, has never been clearly defined.
I can only think of one reason why the United States would keep forces in Iraq, and it’s not further secure Iraq’s future. The fact is, is that the necons influence on our foreign policy is still alive and well today. Upon it’s phasedown in 2006 Project for the New American Century (PNAC) said that its “job was done.”
The propaganda machine will treat Iran like Iraq: if we don’t act the world will come to an end and weapons will rain down on us. Listen me when I say, “This will not go well for the United States.”
Bill O’Reilly says the ‘F-Word’.
- What Freedom in Iraq Looks Like (grantlawrence.blogspot.com)
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Fixed News, Jennifer Aniston
Because he is such a “Culture Warrior” and concerned about America’s society, the No Spin Man himself took aim at Jennifer Aniston for these comments:
“Women are realizing it more and more, knowing that they don’t have to settle with a man just to have that child,” the actress told reporters. “Love is love and family is what is around you and who is in your immediate sphere.”
But let’s be honest, Bill O’Reilly really has nothing else to talk about; except when it comes to taking aim at someone’s character. Which, we all know, Bill’s own character is seriously flawed. By opening that perpetual blackhole of his, there are probably many more Americans Bill O’Reilly can add to his “No fans of mine list.”
“Of course, the ideal scenario for parenting is obviously two parents of a mature age. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs on earth,” Aniston tells PEOPLE exclusively. “And, of course, many women dream of finding Prince Charming (with fatherly instincts), but for those who’ve not yet found their Bill O’Reilly, I’m just glad science has provided a few other options.”
“When it comes to accusations, we don’t know who’s telling the truth, so I’m not going to get on the Bill O’Reilly bandwagon. But one of his producers is suing him for unwanted phone sex with her while he was using a vibrator on himself. To me, that doesn’t sound like Bill O’Reilly, because usually he’s pulling stuff out of his ass.” –Bill Maher
As a final note, Bill, leave Jennifer Aniston alone! I don’t care if she’s running down the street naked – leave her alone!