O'Reilly puts the nail in the coffin

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  1. Ravi
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    Surprisingly.

    Think Progress O’Reilly: The current ‘economic chaos…is the end of President Bush’s legacy.’

    And the vast majority of Americans think McCain will be a continuation of Bush.

    :D
     
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    I KNEW O'Reilly liked Obama when he interviewed him, but this is kinda surprising... good for him.
     
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    O'Reilly is independent. Something that all Americans should look into.
     
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    oh man--listen to this shit--all of the sudden Oreiilly is a good guy ~
     
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    Caligirl Oh yes it is too!

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    And he's sexy too. ;)
     
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    If you look at people as objects (republican, fox news), then you are going to serious hate the guy. You dehumanize yourself toward this objects. The same way groups are trying to dehumanize us on the issue of abortion.
     
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    And he didn't say a damn word about supporting Obama. Somebody has a twist in their pretzel!:cuckoo:
     
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    He is so not independent.

    I told a guy this morning that when I first saw Bill O'Reilly he tried to pretend to be independent. He even went on Howard Stern and really tried to show himself as a fair and balanced guy.

    The guy I was telling this to said, "no way".

    So I followed Bill's path from Inside Edition to now and I can tell you, he is no independent. It took the Republicans and the economy to COMPLETELY fall apart before he ever said anything against the GOP.

    But you Americans have such short memories. You have forgotten all of the things the GOP has done to the country from 2000-2006. Heck, even I forget. It is hard to remember everything that took place after 9-11, but it was all bullshit. The Republicans used the crisis to push their radical agenda. Most people didn't know it was happening. I did. And many people, like Bill O'Reilly, either denied or defended all the bad things the GOP did to this country. Now it is all collapsing and they are resorting to trying to blame the Democrats.

    And I don't like people suggesting that the dems are just as responsible, because they are not. Place the blame where it belongs. Carter sucked, we voted him out. The Democratic congress of the 80's sucked, we voted them out. The GOP congress of 2006 sucked so we voted them out.

    It is time to give the GOP a little break. After 30 years of deregulations, I don't think we can teach John McCain any new tricks. It is time to put him out to pasture. This is the 21st century grandpa.
     
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    Obviously your opinion on the guy will never change. It is a built-in mechanism that all humans share. If we were all open-minded, we wouldn't be stuck between two (similar) parties who separate themselves on key issues. Why? Distinguish between the similar.
     
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    Because the vast majority of Americans are fucking stupid. You're proof positive of that one.
     

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