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Bill O'Reilly Loses It During Gun Control Debate

Forrest12 Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 12:24 PM
Bill O'Reilly, I originally signed up with my cable company, I insisted that I fear to pick up foxnews and foxbusiness, but now in your chameleon like attempt to live up to your claimed, "to look out for the folks.", and" just the facts", impartiality, if I hear one more ridiculous attempt to overpower your guest with un informed bias with shrill shouting, I promise you (this is not a threat). I will cancel my cable access to foxnews. I am only one viewer, but in your business, every viewer counts. You have been warned!
gdmn2find Wrote: Dec 13, 2013 4:01 PM
Well for one, you don't have to cancel Fox News to avoid seeing O'Reilly, just change the channel. Much simpler. I believe having Fox news is not an additional cost anyway to your cable bill. O'Reilly is a lot like Michael Savage, they both believe their clippings too much, Big egos and give out a lot of incorrect information. I watch or listen to both shows because I am a conservative, but I enjoy Savage Nation much more when the headliner is not present but a substitute is in place. Savage is too full of himself for one, and violates the Golden rule or Reaganism. Don't eat your own. He would be much more enjoyable if he stopped hating other conservative talk show hosts and just worried about his own show. Oh and I can only take some much of his "one man's opinion" comments. His books and his change to drive time on the east coast, blah blah blah. Luckily I work during his new broadcast hours so I won't have to endure him. I just hope they find someone more interesting on 105.9 FM WMAL at night. I much prefer Hannity during the pm drive time when I am able to hear it. O'Reilly has some good talking points at the beginning, and some of his regular guests make it worth while to watch, but he is a bit too much himself.
sray650 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 10:44 AM
I am a fan of Bill O'Reilly, but he makes me want to vomit when talks about the 2nd Amendment and gun ownership. He really really needs to get a life on what the gun thing is about.
Forrest12 Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 12:27 PM
substitute the word fear for had

Last night on the O'Reilly Factor, the debate between Bill O'Reilly and Rep. Jason Chaffetz got extremely heated after O'Reilly called for Congress to pass a law requiring the registration of all "heavy" weapons to be reported to the FBI because it "makes sense."

 

First off, if you want to buy a machine gun legally, you can't get one unless you get a special permit from ATF. O'Reilly grossly misstated the facts. You cannot go buy a mortar or a full automatic machine gun at any gun...