O rielly is a luke warm LIBTURD , and everyone is starting to read him like a book . Do you ever listen to his subliminal messages , like " N.A.S.A has said April was the warmest april ever " , " Polls say that the majority of americans want the democrates to keep the house and senate " , then in the same breath this clown will say " this is only one poll and polls might change " This rocking chair will do and say anything for money , even sell his own soul
Is Laura Ingraham really suggesting that the answer is Government involvement and the Ivy League elite. How about the free market? ummmIts good to see a challenge to O'Reilly, especially from an equally capable champion of the Right. Looking forward to his obligatory next-day rebuttal after he's had time to formulate a better counter argument.
Dear BillYou were our man before you interviewed BHO.Now, like many before you who were hypnotized by charismatic evil men, you 'have been had'.No Longer Bold and No Longer FreshTime to change the name to:'The Spin for Obama Zone' or hand the mantle to Laura or Ann.Sincerely,Your Audience
[...] Yeah, it’s on. Laura Ingraham appeared last night on the O’Reilly Factor to discuss the Gulf oil spill, and at first it starts off with both agreeing that Barack Obama is blowing it. When it comes to holding Obama’s team accountable, however, Ingraham can hardly believe her ears when O’Reilly says that he wants to give Janet Napolitano some “slack” because she’s not responsible for the cleanup. Ingraham reminds O’Reilly that Napolitano runs the Department of Homeland Security, which includes FEMA — the agency tasked with the federal response to emergencies such as the Deepwater Horizon blowout. Ingraham calls the show a “spin zone,” and O’Reilly accuses her of blind partisanship (via The Right Scoop): [...]
I have to say, I must wait to be impressed because on the surface it seems too easy a read-Something I did not put in my initial post-If this book is as good as you say; It will reach the level of Liberal Fascism (the most informative book I've read so far although The Forgotten Man is gaining ground the more I read our own history). I have heard The Forgotten Man and 5000 Year Leap referred to as some of the most important books, and so I have high hopes.Thanks for your comment- I will put it next in line after The Forgotten Man-Is there such a thing as spending too many hours at the library reading?
I hear you man- I used to be a hardcore O'reilly fan in the early 2000's, but he began to introduce more pop culture stuff, and then he eliminated the strong conservative base he had.I think he's resourceful and he'll get it back, but only if he can turn away from his megalomania.Too many conservatives suffer from this, and even GB, IMO is starting down that path. I think his wife will keep his A in check though.
yea, I really get it- I try to turn these on in the background, but I end up missing a lot of the important things, which is why I check out some blogs to get the things I missed.lol- maybe there is too much information out there!!!that's a joke- I have almost 10 books- actually more, that I haven't touched.I am forcing myself to read the forgotten man every morning- the first 100 pages I read on attempt #1 were so full of information that I got a little scared- this 2nd time around, the players are much more solidified in my head and I know who is who- That is just a start- my reading does get slowed by the radio- I'm going for:The Forgotten Manmaybe Rules for Radicals (my brain can already figure out those puzzles)I have much of the Bible to readThe 5000 year leap I haven't even opened AND finallyIntellectuals and Society by Thomas Sowell.There are more, but I like to stick to non-fiction.Bonne Chance my Conservative friend.
What the heck is wrong with O'Reilly. I have seen him as an attack dog on some issues but have not watched his show regularly. Lately seems he is soft and wishy on these very important issues. I think Laura gave him a run for his money. She spoke common sense he just spoke louder.
Just not enough time...I have Insider Extreme too, but at 7am New Mexico time when both Glenn and Laura are on the radio, I'm already on the computer working on ongoing projects before I go to work and, well, I just don't want to play catchup and wait to listen to Glenn's "historifying" about current events.Oh well...Art
here's what you do-get insider extreme- listen to beck later and laura now.In Chicago, the only flaw we have is that our local morning radio show is on for the first hour of Beck's show. Never knew I was missing it (very good editing job).9-11 AM Beck (8-11 on insider)11-2pm Rush2-5pm Medvedand sometimes an hour of Savage at the end to get another perspective.Work days I can skip the radio and still go home and listen to Glenn- I probably have access to more, but I don't like dealing the with Apple nazi store. Unless it's free for other radio podcasts- it's not worth the effort to sync and all the other hoops you have to jump through just to get something on the iphone/ipod
Laura... Yes!I wish Laura wasn't on the radio during the same 3 hours that Beck is on, here in Las Cruces, New Mexico... I try flipping back and forth, but that doesn't always work, especially when Beck is "historifying" (... yes, I just coined a new word for the next edition of the dictionary... just wait and see... in about 50 years), and I find myself staying tuned mostly to Beck.When FOX takes the plunge and puts Beck in prime time... bye bye Bill.Art
I credit Laura for waking me up to conservatism when I was in Liberal Academia. I love seeing her not back down to Bill O'Reilly. I think he is on a serious slide of credibility. He boasts about having the number 1 show but I think that has more to do with his primetime slot on a number 1 network than him personally. His show is so cookie cutter and just grazes the news while giving a lot more attention to the latest sex scandal of the minute. It might have been innovative and fresh 8 years ago when he started but with creative and might I add humble people like Beck gaining traction O'Reilly may need to start working harder for the money...but just my opinion.
She usually doesn't bring it all together like she did at the end of this one-I'm a fan of hers when she's on the show, and in this clip she cleaned the floor with O'reilly. Not saying there isn't any truth to what he says, but Ingraham's points were much more relevant to what the question(s) were.Laura: They're incompetent!Bill O: Stop picking on them! Waaa!Laura: Is there anyone doing a good enough job not to get picked on?Bill O: I do believe that is my ass you're handing me.Laura: I rest my case.
I agree. She did make a stronger case than Bill O'Wimp. Appears to me he wants to be too politically correct all the time.