Skip to comments.Bill O'Reilly actors aren't experts on rkba
Posted on 01/02/2013 6:07:35 PM PST by reluctantwarrior
BOR just said despite an actor profiting from the depiction of gun violence in their work they were entitled to call for r asonable restrictions on rkba I say bs mr O'Reilly What say you?
Its supposed to be in this segment but I can’t stand the guy long enough to confirm.
If Bill had a little military service time instead of just Hah-vard, he might not make boo-boo’s like that. You can always tell a Harvard man but you can’t tell him much.
Classic O’Reilly and Boortz:
O’Reilly isn’t even good at CHEATING ON HIS WIFE AND KIDS, He got caught, He doesn’t even know how to flirt and have fun with subordinates, which is why he was SUED FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT, and he promptly settled for untold Millions of Dollars. He belongs in the Circus, he is a fool and he is also full of himself, kinda like Ted Baxter on the Mary Tyler Moore Show from many years ago.
Thanks. He is a bit hard to stomach.
Canceled my Cable and land line phone today. I’m on a strike.
Sure they’re “entitled” to call for whatever they want. Doesn’t make them any less hypocritical.
O’Reilly shows once again what a moron he is. He also made his usual stupid comment about “bazookas”.
Bill brags about being a harvard man because he took a couple of classes there when he was already rich and famous.
No longer just foolish, he’s the enemy.
Yeah, O’Reilly is actually buying into the left’s BS argument that it isn’t hypocritcal for Hollywood to make ant-gun statements at the same time they’re making big bucks out of portraying gun violence in all their “art”, because their preaching is what they really believe (questionable), while their “art” is just, well, “art” - it really is hard to argue with such stupidity.....
THE bloviator, second only to Omugabe.
There is one thing worth considering, but beware undisclosed "activation fees!" Unless you are prepared to read 6 pages of fine print before signing on the dotted line...
Verizon has a land line substitute for $20 a month, called Wireless Home Phone Connect with nationwide unlimited calling. Presumably regular price, not a promotional gimmick.
I had been paying around $60 or more to AT&T for the same thing for the last few years.
What say I? I say you're an idiot for even watching OReilly. The man is an unprincipled sellout and unworthy of further comment. Better you should waste your time with that square pants sponge or whatever the hell his name is.
Hey man, I’m gonna get me one uh those.../s
By paying for our satellite and cable TV we are financing the enemy directly.There may soon be an alternative.
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I’d say it was moment number 246,753. Short count!
I don’t care what BOR says. I will never care what BOR says.