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Rough Week For Bill O'Reilly Sunday, September 25, 2005

It looks like Media Matters jumped all over Bill for various things he said and did this past week. Honestly, Bill O'Reilly is nothing more than a bully. It's OK to be frank with someone, press them for information but one doesn't have to be rude and boorish. Of course the cynical side would say that's exactly what one has to be because it's what made his show a success in the ratings.

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At 7:07 PM, Blogger kydemocrat said...
Bill O'Reilly is an ass. I don't have cable, but if I did I wouldn't watch him. I can't stand to see people scream at each other on TV. I agree with Jon Stewart, who said it is shows like that one that have ruined political discussion. Does anyone even discuss politics anymore? Or do they just shout opposing views at each other?

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