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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:47 PM
 
Location: Earth Wanderer, longing for the stars.
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OReilly is so full of himself.

Remember when he gave himself credentials from a school that never heard of him?

Remember when he said he worked for some supposedly prestigious French publication that never existed?

I do not think well of that man.

So many people on Fox seem to be below par professionally.

I think they only get their jobs because they spin Republican.

Not Conservative, those neocons in control of the party are
not Conservatives, all they care about is money and power for their own group, which even then might not be so bad, but they will do it to the complete detriment of this country and its people and that is just deplorable.

I used to be Republican.
They took my party away.
I will vote for Obama, partly because his financial plans are rounded out better. McCain's are a disaster.
I trust that Obama is not in the pocket of big oil.
I have my doubts about McCain and I certainly think Palin is in their pocket. She has furthered their cause whenever she could as governor. Well, most of Alaska's income is derived from oil and gas. It makes sense.
Obama will give most people a tax decrease.
He will financially penalize companies that outsource jobs to other countries.
He will give tax breaks to those that create new American jobs and to startup businesses and to small businesses.
Obama makes more sense to me and he seems to be practical in his approaches to problems.
Oh, and I love the idea of a free eduation for kids if they serve the nation in some form after they graduate.
When I went to school companies paid for it.
Now, jobs are much harder to get and they have cut benefits horribly.
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:48 PM
 
Location: Eastern Shore
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Originally Posted by Cleanmaxx Brian View Post
I am not sure what you watched but I saw solid answers (that Bill may not have agreed with) without a stutter.

And yes, at the end, I think Bill has a bit of respect for him. There are 3 more parts...all next week.
I didn't watch but did he go into his uhhh uhhh ummmmm mode?
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:50 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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I didn't watch but did he go into his uhhh uhhh ummmmm mode?
Were you a Bush voter?
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:50 PM
 
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I didn't watch but did he go into his uhhh uhhh ummmmm mode?
On the surge piece, yes.
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:52 PM
 
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Both were wearing to much makeup
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:54 PM
 
Location: Imaginary Figment
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OR is a worthless turd.
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:56 PM
 
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At least he is smart enough to do interviews so is Biden now how about Palin. It seems the Republicans are scared of reporters to ask her real questions which is why they are hiding her so she does not have to answer real American questions.
If you notice John McCain is also not doing interviews because they are staying away from real issues/questions.
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Unread 09-04-2008, 10:58 PM
 
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Originally Posted by bryan61 View Post
Both were wearing to much makeup
LOL That's about the only compelling thing to report, you're right.

O Reilly can't **** to allow OBAMA enough time to stammer. OReilly kept restating for OBAMA. God forbid he's around a stutterer I'd drive him nuts.O Reilly was repeating Obama's words differently just to make sure he got it? Dope.

Just ask the question and reel him in, dummy.
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Unread 09-04-2008, 11:05 PM
 
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Ever think he's polite?
Bill O'Reilly polite?
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Unread 09-04-2008, 11:14 PM
 
Location: Floribama
8,260 posts, read 13,847,550 times
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Originally Posted by goldengrain View Post
OReilly is so full of himself.

Remember when he gave himself credentials from a school that never heard of him?

Remember when he said he worked for some supposedly prestigious French publication that never existed?

I do not think well of that man.

So many people on Fox seem to be below par professionally.

I think they only get their jobs because they spin Republican.

Not Conservative, those neocons in control of the party are
not Conservatives, all they care about is money and power for their own group, which even then might not be so bad, but they will do it to the complete detriment of this country and its people and that is just deplorable.

I used to be Republican.
They took my party away.
I will vote for Obama, partly because his financial plans are rounded out better. McCain's are a disaster.
I trust that Obama is not in the pocket of big oil.
I have my doubts about McCain and I certainly think Palin is in their pocket. She has furthered their cause whenever she could as governor. Well, most of Alaska's income is derived from oil and gas. It makes sense.
Obama will give most people a tax decrease.
He will financially penalize companies that outsource jobs to other countries.
He will give tax breaks to those that create new American jobs and to startup businesses and to small businesses.
Obama makes more sense to me and he seems to be practical in his approaches to problems.
Oh, and I love the idea of a free eduation for kids if they serve the nation in some form after they graduate.
When I went to school companies paid for it.
Now, jobs are much harder to get and they have cut benefits horribly.
There is nothing in that entire post about the interview (the topic of this thread). You could have saved all of that ranting.
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