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

Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 7:05 PM
You're confusing "equality under the law" with simply liking someone. I do not like homosexuals. Their lifestyle makes my skin crawl. There is no law that you can pass that can demand that I like them. That's really what makes you mad. You want to force us all to like them. You want me to pat them on the back, have coffee with them, invite them to my house for dinner, go out with them after work etc., etc. That has NOTHING to do with the law.

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):