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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
O'Reilly has struck me for years as nothing more than a pompous ass, enamoured primarily of hearing his own voice, and secondarily of getting brown-nosing agreement from his guests, or shouting them down if they don't agree with him.In short, the show is pretty much nothing more than white noise.Why Fox keeps him on is a mystery to me. But then, they keep Geraldo Rivera around, too, so who knows.
I don't see what the fascination is with the guy, either. He's a perennial finalist for the annual Tooly McToolerson Award for Excessive Toolishness, and he's only "conservative" when compared to your typical network talking head.He was nothing but an enabling cheerleader for the GOP during the Big Government Bonfire of the early Aughties.
Sometimes I feel lucky not to get Cable-TV.
Sometimes I feel lucky not to get Cable-TV.I prefer not to leave it to luck; I get out my 870 every time I see a Cocks^W Cox Communications truck.
He's an elitist masquerading as a populist. His whole "I'm looking out for you" thing is nothing more than a liberal politicians "Fighting hard for you" lie re-spun. Like a lot of news personalities, he's scared shitless of the "amateurs" that are running him out of business. Fox news is as biased and clownish as any MSM news outlet.
What WAS the number of that website...
limbaugh, o'reilly, and hannity...the wright, sharpton, and jackson of conservatism.jtc
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