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Bill O'Reilly Loses It During Gun Control Debate

Lucius Junius Brutus Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 5:56 PM
O'Reilly motif is being a loud mouth blow-hard. People should have understood for a long time that he, like most if not all, network and cable talking heads are simply entertainers. The fact that they dabble in current events and politics should not lead one to confuse them as journalists. Urinalists maybe, but definitely not worthy of the appellation of journalist. It is too bad that a entertainment conglomeration like FOX and put forth their drivel branded as "conservative" and get away with it. It maligns and misrepresents what conservatism is. They are shills for the neo-con, RINO, east coast anti-American establishment frauds.
ppotts Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 11:52 AM
On the other hand, thank God for Fox to give us the other side of things that are slanted and distorted beyond belief by most media today. Your real complaint is that some has the audacity to put a different prospective out there. You know if you are actually there to witness something and then you see a news story about it and it doesn't even sound like the same thing.. you know the news network reporting is is slanted and biased and really not to be believed. Thats what we are facing today. tired of the BS here. like a little more truth in reporting. thank you

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...