Bill O'Reilly is hilarious!

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    I'm not an O'Reilly fan but this made me laugh out loud because it's so true:



     
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    Define hillarious.

    Personally, I see a lot of truth in what O'Reilly is saying. And no, I'm not on his bandwagon. I agree with him sometimes, other times not.
     
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    The only thing that makes the post "hillarious" is that O'Reilly is one of the worst perpetrators of the type of thing he's whining about. :boohoo:
     
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    I COMPLETELY DISAGREEWITH WHat he says, no matter what evidence or support he can show me. I AM NOT a hyper partisan.(nor did I have sex with that woman!)
     
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    I lauged at the line about Sean Penn's tongue and the last line about getting a better shake from the sharks.

    The rest of it is all true.
     
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    How often do watch his show or read his columns?
     
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    You have just made it obvious that you have never seen one of his shows from beginning to end.

    :baby4:
     
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    She also made it obvious that she doesn't recognize herself in that column.
     
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    I've seen a few O'Reilly shows. On some, not all, he has definitely been hyper-partisan (using his own definition). When he inteviewed Michael Moore he was. To be fair, Michael Moore was being the same with the other POV.
     
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    O'Reilly definately has an anti-left bias. But that's because he has an anti-bullshit bias and the left spews much more bullshit than the right does. He has a column at Human Events once in a while and like this one, they're usually a good read. (That's where I got this one. I forgot to post a link to it.)

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=17175

    His show on Fox, in my opinion, sucks. I can't watch any of the news channels anymore because they all look like really poorly designed web pages. But his show is really hard to sit through. He's probably one of the worst interviewers I ever seen and some of his guests seem to have no idea what they're doing there.
     
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