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(Politico)   O'Reilly: Oops, I'm sorry I said Colmes lied. I didn't mean to say he lied, I meant to say that he's A FILTHY LIBERAL SOCIALIST WOMAN WHO HATES MEN...god, why do I keep doing that?   (politico.com) divider line 60
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2013-03-07 08:14:15 AM  
O'Reilly tab?  At least for St. Patrick's Day?
 
2013-03-07 08:14:44 AM  
I think O'Reilly tries to be an ethical, reasonable, fair person.  He gets emotional, misinterprets and has trouble keeping track of things.  I think most of us know a few people like this.  They'd hate to be racist, but they can't keep China and Japan as distinct countries and cultures; they're still emotionally upset about WW2 in the Pacific and that affects how they process information; and they just can't keep with it when people try to explain how things are different from what they think.  They get exhausted and try to block it out until they're talking about something they agree on again.  Deep down they hold a faith that if you didn't complicate things with all this "Samsung's not Chinese or Japanese" garbage they'd be able to convince you to support our allies with our TV purchases.  You'd be happier and the world would be a better place.
 
2013-03-07 08:15:42 AM  
images2.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-03-07 08:15:46 AM  
Sound and fury, signifying nothing.
 
2013-03-07 08:16:23 AM  
FTA
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly on Wednesday said he was "sorry" for accusing liberal radio talk show host Alan Colmes of "lying" during their heated exchange the night before.
Although O'Reilly said he "should not have used that word," the Fox News host stood by his statement that President Barack Obama has not made any "specific" proposals for spending cuts.


So either he lied or he didn't O'Reily, be a man and either admit you were wrong or be a man and stand behind your statement.
 
2013-03-07 08:16:48 AM  

staplermofo: I think O'Reilly tries to be an ethical, reasonable, fair person.  He gets emotional, misinterprets and has trouble keeping track of things.  I think most of us know a few people like this.  They'd hate to be racist, but they can't keep China and Japan as distinct countries and cultures; they're still emotionally upset about WW2 in the Pacific and that affects how they process information; and they just can't keep with it when people try to explain how things are different from what they think.  They get exhausted and try to block it out until they're talking about something they agree on again.  Deep down they hold a faith that if you didn't complicate things with all this "Samsung's not Chinese or Japanese" garbage they'd be able to convince you to support our allies with our TV purchases.  You'd be happier and the world would be a better place.


The difference is, Bill O'Reilly has a national television audience and a seven-figure salary.  The others have a bowl of cornflakes and layaway account at WalMart.
 
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2013-03-07 08:19:39 AM  
O'Reilly stories should go on the entertainment tab.  There is no reason to listen to his political opinions about anything.
 
2013-03-07 08:21:07 AM  
I CAN'T CONTROL THE VOLUME OF MY VOICE
 
2013-03-07 08:21:33 AM  
The president of the United States is not looking out for the country right now," O'Reilly said. "He is he hell-bent on destroying the Republican Party and he does not seem to care if the nation collapses as a result."

Oh the cognitive dissonance. Its farking incredible.
 
2013-03-07 08:21:55 AM  

staplermofo: I think O'Reilly tries to be an ethical, reasonable, fair person.  He gets emotional, misinterprets and has trouble keeping track of things.


No he doesn't. He is a well paid shill that will say anything that Fox wants him to say to stir up controversy as long as they pay him and provide him with a steady supply of luffas to harass interns with.
 
2013-03-07 08:22:40 AM  
Colmes had an answer and O'Reilly either didn't like it or didn't expect it and it threw him for a loop.

End of story.

I agree that it's better suited to the Entertainment tab.
 
2013-03-07 08:23:54 AM  
Why do we need multiple threads for someone that gets paid to repeat lies in an effort to placate a particular television audience?
 
2013-03-07 08:24:25 AM  
"The president of the United States is not looking out for the country right now," O'Reilly said. "He is he hell-bent on destroying the Republican Party and he does not seem to care if the nation collapses as a result."

Doesn't seem like he'd have to spend much time focusing on that since they seem to be handling that fairly well themselves, so the country should be OK.
 
2013-03-07 08:27:33 AM  

markfara: Sound and fury, signifying nothing.



Tale told by an idiot, too.
 
2013-03-07 08:27:34 AM  

Madbassist1: The president of the United States is not looking out for the country right now," O'Reilly said. "He is he hell-bent on destroying the Republican Party and he does not seem to care if the nation collapses as a result."

Oh the cognitive dissonance. Its farking incredible.


Not to mention the result of destroying the GOP would be about as far from "national collapse" as you could get.  It's sort of like a friend warning you that if the doctor removes the tumor you'll die.  We're not doing so well with the tumor in the first place.
 
2013-03-07 08:30:08 AM  

Valacirca: "The president of the United States is not looking out for the country right now," O'Reilly said. "He is he hell-bent on destroying the Republican Party and he does not seem to care if the nation collapses as a result."

Doesn't seem like he'd have to spend much time focusing on that since they seem to be handling that fairly well themselves, so the country should be OK.


Considering what they've turned into, I'd think that activities meant to destroy the GOP are a subset of activities looking out for the country.
 
2013-03-07 08:31:47 AM  
Christ, O'Reilly wants the most minute detail of Obama's proposed cuts while ignoring the fact that the GOP has been even less specific about their idea of what to cut.

Something about glass houses and throwing stones.
 
2013-03-07 08:32:13 AM  
In another thread someone said that Fox News was the WWE of journalism.  I think that is spot on and what we are seeing now is O'Reilly moving from Fox Hero to Fox Villain.

I almost wonder if this is calculate to cause buzz and get "water cooler" talk going.
 
2013-03-07 08:36:42 AM  
O'Reilly has only two tools at his disposal, which are his imposing physical presence and the ability to shout louder than you.  Neither one is very useful in an informed debate.
 
2013-03-07 08:51:31 AM  
Has he got a new book coming out or something?

/still holding out for a sequel to Those Who Trespass
 
2013-03-07 08:56:14 AM  
Funny how he never pressed for any SPECIFIC loopholes the R/R campaign was claiming they'd close..... it's almost like words have different meaning depending on (D) or (R) context.
 
2013-03-07 08:57:40 AM  

staplermofo: I think O'Reilly tries to be an ethical, reasonable, fair person.  He gets emotional, misinterprets and has trouble keeping track of things.  I think most of us know a few people like this.  They'd hate to be racist, but they can't keep China and Japan as distinct countries and cultures; they're still emotionally upset about WW2 in the Pacific and that affects how they process information; and they just can't keep with it when people try to explain how things are different from what they think.  They get exhausted and try to block it out until they're talking about something they agree on again.  Deep down they hold a faith that if you didn't complicate things with all this "Samsung's not Chinese or Japanese" garbage they'd be able to convince you to support our allies with our TV purchases.  You'd be happier and the world would be a better place.


False.

He advocated for someone's murder on national TV for months.

Then disavowed any responsibility when it did finally happen.
 
2013-03-07 09:00:49 AM  
This needs to be the first thing stated in any thread about political partisans refusing to admit they are wrong...

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair
 
2013-03-07 09:05:34 AM  

Generation_D: False.


Generally, people say "I disagree" to statements that start with "I think", but it's a fair point.  I don't follow O'Reilly and was just going on the impression I got from maybe a total of 2 hours of snippets of him over the years.  Who did he want murdered?
 
2013-03-07 09:08:05 AM  

Grungehamster: This needs to be the first thing stated in any thread about political partisans refusing to admit they are wrong...

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair


imageshack.us

Ok.

imageshack.us
 
2013-03-07 09:09:12 AM  
During the course of their dinner in early May 2002, Defendant BILL O'REILLY proceeded, without solicitation or invite, to inform Plaintiff ANDREA MACKRIS that he had advised another woman to purchase a vibrator, and had taught that woman how to masturbate while telling her sexual stories over the telephone. O'REILLY told Plaintiff ANDREA MACKRIS she knew the woman from FOX. Defendant O'REILLY then boasted that the woman had her first orgasm via masturbation as he spoke to her on the telephone.

When Plaintiff responded that she never engaged in phone sex, Defendant BILL O'REILLY professed disbelief, and told her that the sexual stories he told were all based upon his own experiences, such as when he received a massage in a cabana in Bali and the "little short brown woman" asked to see his penis and was "amazed."

On or about May 2003, Defendant BILL O'REILLY took Plaintiff ANDREA MACKRIS and her college friend to dinner at Da Silvano's. During the course of the dinner O'REILLY repeatedly propositioned the women, singing the praises of telephone sex, offering to telephone them both, and suggesting that the three of them "go to a hotel together and have the time of (their) lives." O'REILLY further suggested that the women needed to be trained so they'd be equipped and ready to go when a "real man shows up in your lives," and offered "lessons." O'REILLY further suggested they use their sexuality to their advantage so they'd have power over men, otherwise men would have power over them.


During the course of this dinner, in approximately May 2003, Defendant BILL O'REILLY, withoutsolicitation or invite, regaled Plaintiff and her friend with stories concerning the loss of his virginity to a girl in a car at JFK, two "really wild" Scandinavian airline stewardesses he had gotten together with, and a "girl" at a sex show in Thailand who had shown him things in a backroom that "blew (his) mind." Defendant then stated he was going to Italy to meet the Pope, that his pregnant wife was staying at home with his daughter, and implied he was looking forward to some extra-marital dalliances with the "hot" Italian women.

During the course of O'REILLY's telephone monologue on August 2, 2004, he suggested that Plaintiff ANDREA MACKRIS purchase a vibrator an dname it, and that he had one "shaped like a cock with a little battery in it" that a woman had given him. It became apparent that Defendant was masturbating as he spoke. After he climaxed, Defendant O'REILLY said to Plaintiff: "I appreciate the fun phone call. You can have fun tonight. I'll appreciate it. I mean it."

Despite informing him that she was not at all interested in the conversation, and despite her adamant refusal to participate in such talk, Defendant O'REILLY informed Plaintiff ANDREA MACKRIS that he was watching a porn movie and babbled perversely regarding his fantasies concerning Carribean vacations because, purportedly: "Once people get into that hot weather they shed their inhibitions, you know they drink during the day, they lay there and lazy, they have dinner and then they come back and fool around... that's basically the modus operandi."


Well, if I took you down there then i'd want to take a shower with you right away, that would be the first thing I'd do... yeah, we'd check into the room, and we would order up some room service and uh and you'd definitely get two wines into you as quickly as I could get into you I would get 'em into you... maybe intravenously, get those glasses of wine into you....

You would basically be in the shower and then I would come in and I'd join you and you would have your back to me and I would take that little loofa thing and kinda' soap up your back... rub it all over you, get you to relax, hot water... and um... you know, you'd feel the tension drain out of you and uh you still would be with your back to me then I woulda kinda' put my arm .. its one of those mitts, those loofa mitts you know, so I got my hands in it... and I would put it around front, kinda' rub your tummy a little bit with it, and then with my other hand I would start to massage your boobs, get your nipples really hard... 'cuz I like that and you have really spectacular boobs....

So anyway I'd be rubbing your big boobs and getting your nipples really hard, kinda' kissing your neck from behind... and then I would take the other hand with the falafel thing and I'd put it on your pussy but you'd have to do it really light, just kind of a tease business ....


During the course of this monologue, Defendant BILL O'REILLY suggested that he would perform oral sex upon Plaintiff ANDREA MACKRIS, and that she would start to perform fellatio upon his "big cock" but not complete the sex act: "you'd tease me, like you wouldn't really do it, you'd just like - 'cuz I know you... you're like a tease."

During the course of Defendant BILL O'REILLY's sexual rant, it became clear that he was using a vibrator upon himself, and that he ejaculated. Plaintiff was repulsed.
 
2013-03-07 09:09:48 AM  

staplermofo: Generation_D: False.

Generally, people say "I disagree" to statements that start with "I think", but it's a fair point.  I don't follow O'Reilly and was just going on the impression I got from maybe a total of 2 hours of snippets of him over the years.  Who did he want murdered?


George Tiller, Topeka KS physician. Worked at planned parenthood.

To O'Reilly, he was Tiller the Baby Killer and he spent months soapboxing against him.

Which was enough to incite a crazy to go murder Tiller.

After which time O'Reilly shut his trap real quick.
 
2013-03-07 09:11:55 AM  
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Tiller

Wichita KS, sorry.

The O'Reilly Factor

Tiller was first discussed on The O'Reilly Factor on February 25, 2005. Subsequently Tiller was discussed in at least 28 episodes before his death. On the show he was sometimes described as "Tiller the Baby Killer". Show host Bill O'Reilly did not invent the nickname; previously, Congressman Robert K. Dornan had used it on the floor of Congress. O'Reilly said he would not want to be Tiller, Kathleen Sebelius, and other pro-choice Kansas politicians "if there is a judgment day."[21]

On November 3, 2006, O'Reilly featured an exclusive segment on The O'Reilly Factor, saying that he had an "inside source" with official clinic documentation indicating that Tiller performed late-term abortions to alleviate "temporary depression" in pregnant woman.[22] O'Reilly also interviewed a woman who allegedly got pregnant when she was 13 years old and went to Tiller for her abortion.[23] Although O'Reilly later denied it after Dr. Tiller was murdered, he repeatedly referred to the doctor as "Dr. Killer" and "Tiller the baby killer." He characterized the doctor as "a savage on the loose, killing babies willy-nilly," "operating a death mill," and said "This is the kind of stuff happened in Mao's China, Hitler's Germany, Stalin's Soviet Union." He also accused Dr. Tiller of protecting rapists of children: "Because a young teenager who received an abortion from Tiller could, by definition, have been a victim of statutory rape, O'Reilly frequently suggested that the clinic was covering up for child rapists (rather than teenage boyfriends) by refusing to release records on the abortions performed." He portrayed the doctor as being a killer beyond the reach of the law: "[O'Reilly] repeatedly portrayed the doctor as a murderer on the loose, allowed to do whatever he wanted by corrupt and decadent authorities." He suggested that Dr. Tiller performed abortions for women who had "a bit of a headache or anxiety" or "feeling a bit blue." Many writers have pointed out that O'Reilly put Dr. Tiller into the public eye of a movement with a history of murderous assault.[24]
 
2013-03-07 09:14:41 AM  

Raharu: Grungehamster: This needs to be the first thing stated in any thread about political partisans refusing to admit they are wrong...

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair

[imageshack.us image 800x87]

Ok.

[imageshack.us image 800x533]


That picture - a box of rocks AND a bag of hammers.
 
2013-03-07 09:21:54 AM  
King of the chicken farker........seriously, do these shills know that Obama can't get re-elected again.
 
2013-03-07 09:42:18 AM  

Valacirca: "The president of the United States is not looking out for the country right now," O'Reilly said. "He is he hell-bent on destroying the Republican Party and he does not seem to care if the nation collapses as a result."

Doesn't seem like he'd have to spend much time focusing on that since they seem to be handling that fairly well themselves, so the country should be OK.


I guess the "GOP willing to destroy America so they can blame Obama for it" message is starting to catch on more seeing as how the are having to go down the BSABSVR route on it.
 
2013-03-07 09:46:26 AM  
To be fair, when O'Reilly says something stupid, it is merely a reflection of what all Republicans actually believe.
 
2013-03-07 10:03:31 AM  
ORLY is a conundrum. He can be fair and reasonable, and then there's this shiat.
 
2013-03-07 10:05:48 AM  
No words...

2.bp.blogspot.com

I take that back.  "F*ck you" comes to mind, Bill.
 
2013-03-07 10:08:23 AM  

Citrate1007: King of the chicken farker........seriously, do these shills know that Obama can't get re-elected again.


i.qkme.me
 
2013-03-07 10:12:23 AM  

ongbok: So either he lied or he didn't O'Reily, be a man and either admit you were wrong or be a man and stand behind your statement.


Lying implies malice. Colmes could simply have been wrong and not known it.

// as could O'Reilly
// falafel
// also, why did Mackris not hang up on him? Visions of dollar signs dancing through her head (not that that's a bad thing - when that big a douche essentially offers you millions of dollars, you'd be a fool not to grab a tape recorder and pay out more than enough rope for him)?
 
2013-03-07 10:18:48 AM  
Senility is a sad and ugly thing.
 
2013-03-07 10:24:07 AM  

staplermofo: I think O'Reilly tries to be an ethical, reasonable, fair person.


Yeah, "ethical", "reasonable" "fair" people demind that the microphones of people get turned off in the middle of interviews.
 
2013-03-07 10:30:08 AM  
"Colmes hemmed and hawed saying the president's promising to cut Medicare, or something.

No, Colmes tried to answer your question. Multiple times. Every TIME he tried to answer your question, you shot him down. It was really quite a pathetic display for a professional, IMHO. Even for one on FoxNews. You were like a 5 year old that was told no more birthday cake...
 
2013-03-07 10:50:49 AM  

CarnySaur: O'Reilly tab?  At least for St. Patrick's Day?


We already have a dumbass tag
 
2013-03-07 11:01:22 AM  
Ok, what's his Fark handle?

Seriously, O'Reilly totally has to someone on the Politics Tabs. Has to be.
 
2013-03-07 11:04:54 AM  
For a Fox talking head I don't dislike the guy for his politics, I can't stand his personality.  The man is a psychopathic liar with an inferiority complex that he hides behind a bully facade.  Being caught in a lie is the worst possible scenario for Oreilly, it exposes his soul to the light and it terrifies him.

I *wish* his politics were the worst thing about him.
 
2013-03-07 11:50:47 AM  

bulldg4life: Why do we need multiple threads for someone that gets paid to repeat lies in an effort to placate a particular television audience?


name one lie
 
2013-03-07 11:59:50 AM  

theknuckler_33: Christ, O'Reilly wants the most minute detail of Obama's proposed cuts while ignoring the fact that the GOP has been even less specific about their idea of what to cut.

Something about glass houses and throwing stones.


media.tumblr.comimages.sodahead.com4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-07 11:59:53 AM  

clane: bulldg4life: Why do we need multiple threads for someone that gets paid to repeat lies in an effort to placate a particular television audience?

name one lie


RTFA
 
2013-03-07 12:13:10 PM  

staplermofo: I think O'Reilly tries to be an ethical, reasonable, fair person.  He gets emotional, misinterprets and has trouble keeping track of things.


He may try to be ethical (I guess he does), but he is anything but.  He's a blowhard, through and through, an ignoramus and a bully.  There is a tremendous gap between what he thinks he is and what he is in truth, but you are correct - he's a deeply, deeply emotionally-driven individual.  He's an avatar to that significant section of the country that thinks they work in rational thought and logic, but are in truth slaves to their pulsating emotions.  The Fox crowd.
 
2013-03-07 12:21:51 PM  
Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste:  section of the country that thinks they work in rational thought and logic, but are in truth slaves to their pulsating emotions.  The FoxFARK crowd.

Let's keep our self-delusions in focus.
 
2013-03-07 12:38:50 PM  

clane: bulldg4life: Why do we need multiple threads for someone that gets paid to repeat lies in an effort to placate a particular television audience?

name one lie


img844.imageshack.us
 
2013-03-07 12:54:09 PM  
Your "shootout", Bill?  Did you mean your pants-wetting hissy fit?
 
2013-03-07 01:28:08 PM  

markfara: Sound and fury, signifying nothing.


Signifying ratings collapse requiring a change of genre, perhaps. I think the days of him trying to sell himself as a voice of reason are long gone, he's looking to be Jerry Springer for old white people.

Fox has apparently decided to clean up their "straight journalism" track, and let the "editorial" group just basically do whatever is necessary to reclaim lost eyeballs. Good for them on the news side, I like being able to watch a news show without being called un-American every three minutes.
 
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