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Video: Bill O'Reilly and Laura Ingraham Yell at Each Other Over Gay Marriage

faithhopecharity Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 11:00 AM
Frankly Frank, I don't...kidding of course. 56 years of watching a culture self-destruct! No sir, I'm not chicken little...but I do enjoy nuts! Do you watch tv, any tv? Do you go to the theatre at least 5 times a year? Do you subscribe to newspapers or magazines? If so, take this challenge... For 3 weeks, turn it off. All media. Then, pretend you are married with precious children (all raised without tv, etc.) and turn it on ...within 10 minutes you will see an overload. Hollywood deadens ones objectivity. There is right and there is wrong which is concrete clear if you step away from their pallantere of what they want you to see, think and as always, feel. You may change your tune and may even agree.

Sort of.  This heated discussion wasn't really about the issue of gay marriage, per se, but rather how O'Reilly characterized gay marriage opponents' appeals to religion.  Last week, the Fox News host drew controversy for saying that traditional marriage advocates need to do more than "thump the Bible" when building a public case against same-sex marriage.  After some conservatives, including Rush Limbaugh, objected to what they perceived to be a disdainful tone from O'Reilly, the long-time anchor invited Laura Ingraham onto his show to talk about it.  Things got interesting right out of the gate (via Mediaite):