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I invested the $5 to see Bill O'Reilly and Jon Stewart debate. It was very entertaining and even educational. It is interesting that O'Reilly used visual aids...
It was actually a good debate. Of course, O'Reilly tried to push the conservative agenda. He actually said he likes President Obama as a person.
I did like how Stewart asked him why Obama was held to a different standard than past presidents were. All O'Reilly kept saying in answer to that was Bush is gone... He wouldn't admit that part of the deficit and the debt is due to 2 wars that just obviously popped up when Obama was president...
I like both these guys, even though Bill is irritatingly arrogant. It drives me crazy when he doesn't let his guests speak, too, which happens on occasion. Why interview them in the first place?
I like them too, and they are friends. It reassures me that people can find room to talk to each other regardless of what they believe without name calling and insults. O'Reilly won my heart a while ago when he said Robert F Kennedy was one of his political heroes. However, I've never watched his show and never will
Last night they were both asked the question who their political heroes were, Jon picked RFK as his hero last night and O'Reily said some nice things about him. O'Reilly picked Lincoln.
I thought they were friends. I find this wonderfully refreshing, also. Maybe there's hope for the HP forums! lol
I watch O'Reilly sometimes - one of the few FOX shows I watch. I don't find him to be as rabidly far right as some of the others on the network. He was pretty quick to come out and say that the "birther" nonsense was a bunch of crap.
by Holle Abee5 years ago
Libs would be screaming if all the moderators were conservatives. Wouldn't it be more fair if they took turns with mods? Crowley has already shown disdain for Romney's position on abortion and has called Ryan a...
by MomsTreasureChest5 years ago
If so, do you think it was worth the $5.00?
by Tim Hollis9 years ago
After reading the racist violence mongering by Bill O'Reilly concerning Michelle Obama I would like to compile here some suggestions as to appropriate recourse. Should we boycott his network and sponsors? This...
by Lalulinho8 years ago
Can we get to a place where we discuss political differences as if we were close friends?Can we have debate without venom, the way you argue with a close friend--pushing hard & calling b.s. when you see it, and...
by Susan Reid7 years ago
Bill O'Reilly of Fox News sat down with President Obama for a little "chat" at the White House.O'Reilly seemed to be trying to walk a fine line between badgering and respect for the person he was interviewing...
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