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By: Steve - December 12, 2013 - 10:00am
As the country approaches the one year anniversary of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, various memorials are being planned to remember the 20 children and six adults who lost their lives that day.
So how does the Republican Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL) plan to remember it, he is promoting a Family Firearm Safety Event for the same day, Saturday, December 14th.
The congressman recently posted the flier on his Facebook page, promoting the "educational event" on gun safety and responsible firearm ownership.
"I encourage you to bring your family and friends," Yoho wrote. "Looking forward to seeing you there."
Remember this folks, especially if you live in Florida, because you should vote this clown out of office for that.
The Monday 12-10-13 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - December 11, 2013 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Nelson Mandela's Legacy. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Nearly 100 world leaders are in South Africa memorializing the late Nelson Mandela, a symbol of freedom all over the world. He led the fight for civil rights in his country and the white apartheid government put him in prison for 27 years. As a young man Mandela had Marxist leanings and dealt closely with communists; anyone who knows anything about South Africa understands Mr. Mandela's philosophy.And yes, what Sharpton did was wrong by using a partial quote. But O'Reilly is a hypocrite, because he does the very same thing all the time. O'Reilly quotes people out of context using partial quotes all the time, so he is as guilty of it as Sharpton is. And a lot of people in the media do it that are never fired, especially at Fox, including O'Reilly.
Then Rev. Raphael Warnock and Bishop Harry Jackson were on to talk about it.
Jackson said this: "Mandela had a transformation while he was in prison, and when he left prison, he said he left behind anger, guilt, and revenge. His life is a story of forgiveness and he should be honored as a transformational leader. But I also believe that Al Sharpton's motives are sometimes questionable and he sees things through a grid of unforgiveness."
Warnock urged American political rivals to follow Mandela's example, saying this: "I am inspired by the legacy of Mandela and the way he pitched a tent large enough to bring together people who are not normally in the same room. It's indicative of how we ought to engage one another on these issues."
Then Monica Crowley and Alan Colmes were on to discuss Al Sharpton's attack on O'Reilly. Without pointing out that O'Reilly and a lot of other people in the media do the very same thing, including O'Reilly. Colmes is scared to do that because if he did O'Reilly would ban him from the Factor.
Colmes said this: "Al Sharpton clearly did not use your full statement, and clearly you were praising Mandela. You were not knocking Mandela or name-calling. It was not right, and I wonder if Sharpton even knew everything you said."
Which is not exactly true, calling someone a communist is not praising them, O'Reilly did say Mandela was a good man, but he also called him a communist, which is an insult and not praise, Colmes.
Crowley said this: "MSNBC does this repeatedly, Al Sharpton has done this repeatedly. He knew it was being taken out of context, he used Nelson Mandela's death as a spear to try to get to you. It's dishonest, but this is what the left does."
Wrong Crowley, Sharpton simply pointed out that O'Reilly called Mandela a communist a few days after his death. Which is a fact, he just screwed it up by not using the full quote from O'Reilly. It's like saying George W. Bush was a good man, but he acted like Hitler. That's an insult, no matter how you spin it.
With Americans overwhelmingly disapproving of Congressional Republicans, O'Reilly asked his good friend GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann to discuss her party's dismal ratings. And of course the insane Bachmann blamed the media, instead of the bad or lack of policies the Republican party has.
Bachmann said this: "I'm not surprised, because over 80% of media reporting is anti-conservative. Republicans need to have a very simple, smart, focused message, and our message needs to be that we are here to help people."
She then laid out a few specifics, saying this: "It truly is possible for people to pay $2 or $2.50 for a gallon of gas and markedly cut their heating and air conditioning costs. We also want kids to have a fabulous first-class education, and one of the best ways you could do that is to give every parent a check for $10,000 and say, 'Choose where you want your child to go to school.'"
O'Reilly argued that Republicans will remain in the ratings tank until and unless they do two things: "They have to put forth a better health care vision than Obamacare and they have to put forth a way for people to make more money in the workplace."
Now that's funny, because it will never happen. Republicans vision for health care is buy it if you can afford it, if not, too bad. And the way they want workers to make more is tax cuts, but they also want to give most of those tax cuts to the wealthy, so the working men and women get almost none of it. That is mostly what's wrong with the Republican party, O'Reilly and Bachmann just do not seem to get that.
Then John Stossel was on and expressed his fear that Obamacare may be a permanent part of American life, saying this: "No government program ever goes away. Once people start saying their deductibles are going up and they can't pick their doctor, both parties will rush in with subsidies, they'll say government has to step in to help these people. Obama is already saying that they won't let insurance companies lose money."
So O'Reilly offered to bet Stossel that his analysis will be proven wrong, saying this: "Not one Republican voted for Obamacare originally, but you now say that Republicans will vote for more subsidies? There's no way, they smell blood in the water."
Then Charles Krauthammer was on to cry with O'Reilly about an isolated and very small group of atheists who have been attacking Christmas and other religious traditions, as they do every year in December.
Krauthammer said this: "The United States is by far the most religious country in the West, and I don't see any eruption of atheism upon the land. The militants who want to put a finger in your eye are a small group of extremists, but there are a lot of minority groups in the country that have their extreme elements. I would bet that the vast majority of atheists are silent, they don't wear it on their sleeves, and they leave other people alone."
O'Reilly agreed, but added that non-believers wield significant cultural power: "They are such a small number but they have an inordinate amount of influence with groups like the ACLU who take up their causes all the time."
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Saving Christmas Memories. Billy said this: "Consider taking some time to recall your fondest Christmas memories from years past, write them down and add more memories every year. You'll have a Christmas journal for which you'll be eternally grateful."
Ted Nugent Wants To Take Your Right To Vote From You
By: Steve - December 11, 2013 - 10:00am
National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent proposed a compromise that would trade closing the gun show loophole for closing what he deemed "the federal voting loophole," which allows individuals who do not pay federal income tax to vote.
Yes you heard that right. Ted Nugent thinks you should not be able to vote unless you pay federal taxes.
Implementing this plan would involve taking away the vote from a large number of Americans who work but do not owe federal income taxes as well as retirees and some individuals who cannot work because of illness or disability.
In a December 4th column for the conspiracy website World Net Daily, Nugent -- calling himself a "prospective presidential candidate in 2016" -- framed his proposal as "a Great Compromise" and suggested that he would be willing to risk provoking the ire of gun activists (including his fellow NRA board members) in order to ensure its enactment.
The NRA vehemently opposes closing the gun show loophole -- a term used to describe the fact that many firearms sales at gun shows are conducted without a background check -- even though gun shows have been linked to firearms trafficking operations and terrorist activity.
Earlier this year, the gun rights organization repeatedly spread false information about a failed U.S. Senate proposal to require background checks on sales at gun shows and at other commercial venues.
While Nugent wrote that his compromise is "mighty presidential of" him and suggested it "will make both sides of the political spectrum happy," his proposal would involve disenfranchising a substantial number of Americans.
During the 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney infamously described the 47 percent of Americans who do not pay federal income taxes as "victims ... who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it."
While many voters were turned off by Romney's comments, right-wing media celebrated the Republican candidate's comments to advance a narrative that those who do not pay federal taxes are parasites on society.
Those same 47 percent would be disenfranchised under Nugent's plan. But as the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities director of federal tax policy Chuck Marr noted during the Romney controversy, "most of the people who don't pay federal income tax are minimum wage workers, the elderly, the disabled, and students."
Marr also discussed how some workers who do not pay federal income taxes include millions employed in the construction, factory, retail, health care and restaurant industries and that many of these people do pay payroll, excise, and state and local taxes. Not to mention the taxes they have to pay on gas and food and everything else they buy to live on.
Nugent has a lengthy history of attacking the poor. During an August 6th concert he claimed that peoplr who receive food assistance are c___-suckers and another word I will not report.
He has also suggested suspending the right to vote for "any American who is on welfare." Nugent -- who has also claimed those on welfare are in the "liability column" in America -- frequently attacked recipients of public assistance in his now defunct column for The Washington Times.
While never once saying a word about corporate welfare, that cost us billions every year.
So in Nugentland, if you do not pay federal taxes you should not be able to vote, which is just far-right insanity. And O'Reilly says nothing about it because he likes Ted Nugent and does not want to show the public what a nut he is with this insane and unconstitutional idea he has.
The Monday 12-9-13 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - December 10, 2013 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Is President Obama Escaping from Reality? The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: President Obama is on his way to South Africa to pay tribute to the late Nelson Mandela. When he returns, it will be just a few days until he's off on his Christmas vacation to Hawaii. All this traveling might be good for President Obama because the pressures are growing and he needs some diversion.Then James Carville, who disputed the idea that many doctors will opt out of Obamacare, was on to discuss it. Remember this folks, the Republicans also said Social Security and Medicare would not work either, and both programs work great today.
Carville said this: "I don't think that will be a problem, and it's not a problem in Massachusetts, where the law is essentially the same as the national law. When Medicare started, doctors were saying they wouldn't take Medicare patients, but it's one of the most popular programs in the country. Things are working better, enrollment numbers are way up, and I think the program will be fine."
O'Reilly of course was far lest optimistic about Obamacare, saying this: "I'm not predicting doom for the law, but I say there is a 75% chance that it will not work. The people signing up are those who are going to benefit directly because they're getting it free or heavily subsidized. The 'young invincibles' are not signing up."
And as usual O'Reilly is wrong, because the facts show that the young are signing up, and at higher rates than predicted. I predict a year from now Obamacare will be doing great and O'Reilly will deny he ever said it would fail.
Then Brit Hume was on to discuss it, who of course agreed with O'Reilly because he is also a Republican spin doctor.
Hume said this: "James Carville made the optimistic case about as well as it can be made, but the tide is running too hard against the President and I don't see any relief in sight. Every Democrat in the House is going to be dealing with the President's situation next year and it is a huge drag on the ticket when the President's approval ratings are tanking."
Hume also predicted that Democrats will pay a heavy electoral price for supporting Obamacare, saying this: "When people got on the website, they were stunned at the prices and the size of the deductible. Then they found out that many plans did not include their doctors and hospitals. When you put those together, and when employer-sponsored plans begin to drop people, there will be a lot of anger. That drives people to the polls."
And I predict Hume will be proven wrong, just as he was in the 2012 Presidential election where he predicted Romney would beat Obama.
Then Bernie Goldberg was on to talk about the right-win liars at CNS saying 41% of the new jobs were government jobs, when it was actuallt about 3 percent.
Last week, when the unemployment rate fell to 7%, a conservative publication claimed that 41% of the new jobs created in November were government jobs. Bernie Goldberg attributed that misleading statistic to conservative bias. Notice that O'Reilly claims it was simply a misleading statistic, but when liberals do it he slams them as un-American liars.
Goldberg said this: "CNS is a division of the Media Research Center, a conservative group that exposes liberal bias in the news. But this may be an example of their conservative bias - it isn't that 41% of the new jobs were government jobs, these were people who were simply going back to their jobs after the government shutdown. If you take that into account, the number isn't 41%, it's 3.5%!"
O'Reilly said this: "They're usually pretty good at the Media Research Center, but this one wasn't even close."
Which is just laughable, and it shows that O'Reilly is a Republican making excuses for them. Because the Media Research Center has a right-wing bias and they do this very same thing almost every day, this was not a one time mistake, this is an example of what they do every day, lie to the American people, and O'Reilly spins for them.
Then Karl Rove was on with more right-wing propaganda, he looked ahead to the ideological warfare likely to be waged during the 2014 campaigns.
Rove said this: "Democrats have very little in the cupboard. There's Obamacare, an anemic economy, growing doubts about the President, and questions about why he hasn't done something to solve problems. We Republicans have to not make stupid mistakes like we did with Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock, we have to do a better job of explaining what we believe, and do a better job of focusing on a positive agenda that is as inclusive for as many Americans as possible."
O'Reilly said this: "The Republican Party is all over the place on health care, on immigration, and on a number of issues."
And Rove is a liar, he said the economy is anemic, which is not only wrong it's laughable. The economy is doing great, the stock market set a record high of 16,000, and jobs are coming back better every month. Only total right-wing idiots are still saying the economy is anemic, and let's not forget Rove is a paid right-wing spin doctor who got everything wrong in the 2012 elections.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: A Cornucopia of Tips. Billy said this: "By popular request, a Tip of the Day compilation is now available in book form, and it's free to anyone who purchases $59.95 worth of items here on BillOReilly.com."
Wow, what a deal, spend $60.00 and get a free book with worthless tips. Only O'Reilly could say something is free, when you have to spend $60.00 to get it, especially when 99% of the tips of the day are garbage.
Mitch McConnell Caught Lying About Obamacare In Kentucky
By: Steve - December 10, 2013 - 10:00am
And of course O'Reilly never says a word about any of it, because he is a Republican that is happy to let McConnell lie about it.
WASHINGTON -- It was just Wednesday night that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) railed against the Affordable Care Act, calling it a "catastrophic failure" for people everywhere.
Which is the same thing O'Reilly says, O'Reilly calls it a disaster as he ignores all the good news about Obamacare.
But the governor of McConnell's home state came to Capitol Hill on Thursday with a vastly different message: the health care law is working, and people in Kentucky can't get enough of it.
"I have a U.S. senator who keeps saying Kentuckians don't want this. Well, the facts don't prove that out," Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear (D) told reporters.
Beshear said more than 550,000 people have visited the state's Obamacare enrollment website since it launched on Oct. 1. More than 180,000 have called into the health care call center and about 69,000 people have signed up, or about 1,000 Kentuckians per day.
Of those who have signed up, he said, 41 percent are under the age of 35.
"This is beyond fixing. It needs to be pulled out root and branch and we need to start over," McConnell said during an interview on Fox's "On The Record With Greta Van Susteren." "It's been a catastrophe for health care and for the economy at large."
"There is a tremendous pent-up demand in Kentucky for affordable health care," Beshear said. "People are hungry for it."
The governor also boasted of the law's economic benefits to the state. Over the next eight years, he said, it will generate $15 billion for Kentucky's economy and create 17,000 new jobs.
Beshear made his remarks during a press conference with House Democratic leaders, just after meeting with the full Democratic caucus. He said his message to them was to "be patient, take a deep breath" as the administration works out kinks in getting the health care website fully up and running for people around the country.
Asked if he thinks Obamacare will be a factor in McConnell's reelection campaign in 2014, Beshear said "it may well be," but perhaps not in the way McConnell hopes.
"I predict it will be an issue where people start looking at the critics and say, 'What was all that yelling and screaming about? I think you must have misinformed us about the Affordable Care Act,'" he said.
November Jobs Up Unemployment Down To 7%
By: Steve - December 9, 2013 - 9:00am
Here is more proof O'Reilly is wrong about the Obama economic policy, the November job numbers are out and it show that employers added a better-than-expected 203,000 jobs, continuing a solid string of payroll gains and offering further evidence of a strengthening economic recovery.
The unemployment rate also fell to 7% from 7.3%, the lowest in five years, the Labor Department said Friday.
Which is the exact opposite of what O'Reilly predicted, O'Reilly said that because of Obamacare and the Obama economic policy jobs will be lost and Obamacare is a disaster. And as usual, O'Reilly was wrong. The economy is improving, jobs are being added every month, and Obamacare is working better every day.
"The overall strength of the jobs recovery has definitely increased to a somewhat higher gear," says Pat O'Keefe, a former senior Labor official and director of economic research at CohnReznick.
The solid report is sure to add to speculation about whether the Federal Reserve will begin to taper its economy-boosting program of monthly bond purchases at its Dec. 17-18 meeting.
O'Keefe believes the Fed will hold off, noting much of the unemployment rate decline since September is a result of Americans dropping out of the labor force rather than job growth. And some sectors, such as retail, are still adding just modestly to payrolls, he says.
Still, the economy and labor market are picking up despite ongoing budget standoffs in Washington. Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics says the November report "gives the Fed all the evidence it needs to begin tapering" this month.
Businesses added 196,000 jobs last month. Federal, state and local governments added 7,000. Strong gains in transportation and warehousing, health care and manufacturing led the job growth.
Other barometers of the labor market last month were also encouraging. The average workweek rose to 34.5 hours from 34.4 hours. Employers often pile more hours on existing workers before adding new ones. And average hourly earnings rose four cents to $24.15.
Another possible signal of future hiring is that the number of temporary employees increased by 16,000. Companies typically bring on contingent workers before adding to permanent staff.
But over at Fox News it's all a disaster and the country is falling apart. Even though the facts show that things are getting better, more jobs are being added every month, and the Obama health care plan is looking good. This should tell you what you are getting from O'Reilly and Fox News, nothing but lies and right-wing propaganda.
Shocking: 31% Of Bank Tellers Need Public Assistance
By: Steve - December 9, 2013 - 9:00am
Bank teller may sound like a profession that would allow a person to pay all their bills and live a nice middle-class life, but that's not the case. Three in ten bank tellers rely upon some type of anti-poverty public assistance program, such as Medicaid, the Earned Income Tax Credit, or food stamps, according to a new report from the Committee for Better Banks.
The report pulls from research by the University of California Berkeley's Labor Center to illustrate the disparities within the banking industry between executives and retail-level workers.
According to the report, "salaries for bank tellers nationwide are so low that 31% of bank tellers and their family members are enrolled in some type of public assistance program." In New York City, where the cost of living is far higher than the national average, 39 percent of full-time tellers need public programs to get by.
Bank tellers reliance on public programs costs taxpayers $889 million annually.
Given that the banking industry's high profits -- which have already returned to record levels just five years after the financial collapse -- owe in part to its low labor costs for people like bank tellers, this means that taxpayers are effectively subsidizing bank profits to the tune of nearly $900 million per year.
And not a word about this from O'Reilly, as he claims people on food stamps are getting too much help from the Government.
This sort of indirect public subsidy of massive corporate profits is common in the fast food industry, but the banking business tends to present itself as a more sustainable and career-oriented industry. "These are jobs where communities are led to believe this is a career path to professional life, and they're actually dead-end jobs," one New York leader involved in producing the report told the Huffington Post.
Overall, businesses ability to pay unlivable wages that push people onto public assistance rolls costs taxpayers a quarter-trillion dollars every year. That public subsidy of poverty wages is most common in the fast food industry -- where workers are once again striking on Thursday in as many as 100 cities around the country -- but this week's report on bank tellers shows it is an economy-wide problem.
If Congress raised the minimum wage companies would be less able to deprive working people of economic security. Gains in worker productivity should have raised the wage floor to almost $22 an hour, which is just about where the minimum wage would be today if it had grown at the same rate as the earnings of the top 1 percent over recent decades.
And even a far more modest wage hike could restore the old American economic arrangement whereby working full-time meant a person didn't have to live in poverty, as President Obama noted yesterday in a speech about the dangers of declining economic mobility.
And O'Reilly ignores it all, oh yeah, I forgot he is too busy reporting on bear attacks that nodoby cares about.
Megyn Kelly More Conservative Than Sean Hannity
By: Steve - December 8, 2013 - 11:00am
Kelly said her show would be fair and balanced and not have a partisan bias to the right or the left, she told this to O'Reilly while she was a guest on his show. But of course we all knew it was a bunch of BS, and now we have even more proof.
And btw folks, this is one of the Fox shows O'Reilly points to as an example of how fair and balanced their so-called straight news shows are. When in fact, when you look at the bias of the guests it is even more biased than the Sean Hannity show.
Since the show's debut on October 7 and through November 29, Fox News The Kelly File has hosted conservatives significantly more often than progressives and has surpassed even Fox's Hannity in its divide between guests on the left and right.
Kelly Claimed Partisan Affiliation Of Her Guests "Will All Balance Out And You'll See Both Sides." On the October 13 edition of Fox's MediaBuzz, host Howard Kurtz asked Kelly if viewers will "see more Republicans than Democrats" on her show, to which Kelly replied:
KURTZ: What about the counter-notion that maybe as a counterweight that Fox News leans right. Does your show lean right?O'Reilly also claims to have a balanced guest list, when in fact he has about a 6 or 7 to 1 ratio of Republicans to Democrats as guests.
Fox Promo Promised The Kelly File Would "Make Sure The Viewers Hear It Straight." In a teaser promoting her new show, Kelly File host Megyn Kelly said this:
KELLY: My obligation as the host of The Kelly File is to make sure the viewers hear it straight. We are going to have the best guests with the best analysis, and I am there to keep everybody honest. It's the news of the day but with a little heat.As a guest on the October 3rd episode of The O'Reilly Factor, Kelly promoted her show as "a news program" that "will present both sides of view."
Kelly said this: "It's going to be a live broadcast, and so it's going to be a news program, a breaking news program, not an opinion program. So I'm not going to be the female Bill O'Reilly."
The Kelly File Hosted Conservatives Three Times More Often Than Progressives. 56 percent of guests on The Kelly File were conservative, while only 18 percent were progressive.
Four Of The Top Five Guests On The Kelly File Were Conservative. Of the five guests with at least seven appearances in the period studied, four were conservative: Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt (14 appearances), American Enterprise Institute fellow Marc Thiessen (13), talk radio host and Fox News contributor Monica Crowley (7), and Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume (7).
The only progressive in the top five was talk radio host Richard Fowler (7).
The Kelly File's Guest List Was More Conservative Than Hannity's. Conservatives on Hannity enjoyed a 2-to-1 advantage over progressives; however, conservatives on The Kelly File had a 3-to-1 advantage. The proportion of conservative guests on The Kelly File was higher than the proportion on Hannity -- 56 percent to 50 percent.
In other words, she is pretty much just like a female Bill O'Reilly. She is clearly a biased Republican and lies about it, while having mostly Republican guests and stacking the deck to get the Republican point of view out. It's a toned down version of the O'Reilly Factor with a woman host.
The Friday 12-6-13 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - December 7, 2013 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Is the Government Helping or Hurting. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Even though there was some good economic news today, wages remain flat, and many economists say that because there are not enough jobs workers have to take less pay. President Obama believes the federal government can change that situation, but in five years his theory has not produced results. Big government and high taxation seem to be holding back the private sector and job creation, and the left seems to want it that way.O'reially said big government and high taxation seem to be holding back the private sector and job creation, and as usual O'Reilly is wrong, what he is a saying is a right-wing opinion/propaganda, and not proven to be facts. Here is what the experts and the actual numbers say.
O'Reilly and the GOP claim that a slew of regulation and taxes are preventing employers from creating jobs. But a new study from the San Francisco Federal Reserve finds that this line of thinking is largely bunk.
There was almost no correlation between job growth from 2008 to 2011 and the increase in the percentage of businesses citing regulation and taxes as their primary concern. In fact, if anything, the correlation is positive.
States in which businesses increasingly cited regulation and taxes experienced higher job growth, there is basically no relationship between businesses citing increased regulations and taxes and higher unemployment rates. In fact, some studies show that regulations help create jobs and help boost economic growth.
The San Francisco Fed study shows that lack of job creation is tied to a lack of demand -- customers don't have any extra money to spend, so businesses have no reason to expand.
And btw, I forgot to address something in the Thursday review. Notice that O'Reilly gave Sarah Palin a softball interview, which is the same thing he complains about when liberals at MSNBC do the very same thing with Democrats. It's called a double standard, and hypocrisy.
Then Democrats Dennis Kucinich and Eboni Williams were on to discuss the good economic numbers.
Kucinich said this: "There are 50-million Americans living in poverty right now, and income inequality is not simply an economic and political matter, it's a moral matter. Every able-bodied person should be able to get a job, and if the private sector isn't providing them, the public sector has to."
Williams said this: "I want to talk about opportunity inequality and access inequality. There are people like young urban men who are disproportionately affected by the depressed job market. We need to change the curricula, we need to have kids learning skill sets that can be marketable."
Then Lou Dobbs was on to talk anout the latest job numbers and the drop in unemployment to 7%.
Dobbs said this: "It is getting better, and over the past three years we have seen a steady increase in job creation. We're even talking about manufacturing jobs as well as jobs in the service industry. This is still fundamentally a very resilient economy."
Which killed O'Reilly and Dobbs to admit, because they have been saying for years that the Obama economic policies are killing jobs and ruining the country. Even though the facts show they are wrong, so they finally had to admit it. But they still spin it as much as they can in a negative way, if this happened under Bush they would throw a party and call Bush the greatest President ever.
Then O'Reilly had a segment on the war on Christmas, which I will not report on, because there is no war on Christmas. A few people against Christmas in a country of 320 million is not a war. And it's not a valid news story for a so-called hard news show.
Then Bernard McGuirk and Greg Gutfeld were on to talk about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie being named "Boss of the Year" by a GQ magazine.
Gutfeld says this: "They're trying to say that America needs a boss, somebody who knows business and work. It's time to have a boss instead of a community organizer who has never worked a private job in his life."
Which is a lie, Christie being named boos of the year had nothing to do with President Obama, Gutfeld just made it all up in his warped mind. GQ said they named him boss of the year because he was the only politician in America who had a good 2013.
McGuirk said this: "These end-of-the-year lists are frivolous nonsense, but I do love Governor Christie, who is bringing 'husky' back. He's bigger than life, he has charisma in spades, and these 'smaller-than-life' guys like Rand Paul and Ted Cruz should get out of the way." McGuirk also joked that "The runner-up was Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, so I don't know if it's quite the honor we think it is."
Then Gutfeld and McGuirk had a 2nd segment to name the week's most ridiculous pinheads.
McGuirk went with Joe Biden, who asked a group of women in Japan, "Do your husbands like you working full time?" "He was supposed to talk with them about the impact of women in the workplace, not how their husbands feel about their working. Maybe he was trying out a line for when he debates Hillary in 2016."
Gutfeld picked The San Francisco Commission on the Environment. "They're banning the release of butterflies at weddings because they say it hurts the indigenous population. My theory is that they're killing jobs for butterflies - what other work are they going to do? Butterflies are just good-looking insects, this is totally 'lookist.'"
O'Reilly went with Denver Post editor Gregory Moore, whose paper will run reviews of marijuana. "The Post is hiring columnists to tell everybody about the best pot. Where are the booze columnists to tell you the best booze to get you falling off your chair?"
Earth to O'Reilly, pot does not make you fall off your chair, but booze does, it's far worse than pot and about all pot does is make you feel better and give you the munchies.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: $aving $ome $cratch. Billy said this: "Paying $79 to become a "prime member" on Amazon.com gets you big discounts and may pay off if you're a regular shopper on the site."
If you need to order business checks or personal checks, take a look at Checks Unlimited. By using a checks unlimited coupon you can get a box of checks for only $7.50. They have hundreds of different check designs to choose from and they've been in business since 1986. The only thing they don't have is an O'Reilly Sucks check design. Oh well..
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