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By: Steve - September 30, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Why President Obama and Congress are Not Protecting Us Effectively. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: If you are not troubled about how the USA is being run, you are not paying attention. The threat from Islamic killers is growing, and our response is disorganized to say the least. But even more dangerous than that is the fact that our government is caught by surprise time after time. That is simply unacceptable, and the one body that could do something about it is Congress.And all of that is propaganda, nothing but lies and right-wing propaganda. Because Obama and even the Congress have protected us, there are no terrorist attacks by ISIS in America, none, so O'Reilly is lying. Then he basically blames President Obama for the journalist beheadings, when Bush was not blamed for them by O'Reilly when it happened during his time in office.
O'Reilly even said the interviewer on 60 minutes was bad because he did not ask Obama if he was to blame for the beheadings, which is just ridiculous. And only a right-wing nut would blame President Obama for beheadings in a war Bush started. O'Reilly is an insane right-wing hack who hates Obama and blames everything on him, and the truth is that if Obama does not do what O'Reilly wants him to he says Obama is not protecting us, it's just insane.
Then Brit Hume was on with his observations on President Obama's Sunday night '60 Minutes' interview. And of course no Democratic guest was on for balance, just two Republicans putting their right-wing spin on it.
Hume said this: "The thing that was most striking, was his effort to blame the intelligence community and its leader Jim Clapper for failing to see the strength of ISIS in Iraq. But even if we assume that there had been no intelligence, back in February ISIS had crossed into Iraq from Syria and captured Fallujah and Ramadi. So their capacities were unmistakable and the fact that we missed the whole thing is absurd. In the sense of taking responsibility, President Obama is weak. But he's strong and stubborn when it comes to sticking to policies even when they're manifestly failing."
Then the Republican Bernie Goldberg was on to grade Steve Kroft's '60 Minutes' interview with President Obama. And as usual no Democratic guest was on for balance, it was total one sided bias from Mr. so-called fair and balanced O'Reilly.
Goldberg said this: "I'll be diplomatic and say it was somewhere between an 'A' and an 'F,' President Obama is very slick and if you are going to stand a chance of getting information, it has to be with follow-up questions. I think Steve Kroft's questions were fine, but the follow-ups not so much."
O'Reilly advised questioners to be more combative when interviewing President Obama, saying this: "They don't debate the president, which is the only way you'll get anything out of him. You have to say, 'Mr. President, isn't it your fault that these two American journalists were beheaded because if you had taken action last March the ISIS guys might be dead by now?'"
And now here is the truth, to O'Reilly and Goldberg think no journalist ever does a good job when they interview the President, because they are not tough enough on him. In their world if you do not do it the way they would you are a bad journalist. Which is just garbage, because nobody thinks that, except other right-wing loons.
Then Megyn Kelly was on to discuss the recent shooting of a cop in Ferguson, Missouri. And as expected, no Democratic guest was on for balance, none. Notice that O'Reilly has ignored all the other news stories about Ferguson in the last week or so, but as soon as a cop gets shot he is all over it, which is 100% bias from O'Reilly by cherry picking the stories about Ferguson he reports on.
Kelly said this: "This happened under strange circumstances. Police first said that this officer saw two suspects trying to burglarize a community center. But then the police changed their story and said no one was trying to burglarize the center and there was just one shooter. The suspect is still at large."
Kelly also predicted that Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi will soon be released from the Mexican jail where he has languished for six months, saying this: "He has already spent more time in jail than virtually any other soldier, and apparently things are getting a lot more friendly between the prosecution and the defense attorney."
Then the worthless moron Jesse Watters was on, he visited the college town of Princeton, New Jersey, where he interviewed some attendees at an American Civil Liberties Union conference.
Here are a few of their statements: "I'm opposed to the war on terror, I think it's way too broad" ... "You can't just prosecute a war because we wish to execute everyone who might do us harm" ... "They have very extreme agenda, but we have people in this country like fundamentalist Christians who have very extreme agendas" ... "If someone sells a little meth on the corner, I don't think he needs to go to prison for a long time."
Watters revealed that he got out safely and is not a card-carrying member of the ACLU ... yet.
Whatever that means, it's just nonsense. The Jesse Watters segment is worthless garbage, it is not news and has no news value, O'Reilly only does it because he thinks it's funny to send the moron Watters into liberal areas to ask them questions and make them look stupid. While never doing the same thing to conservatives, it's a totally biased and not funny attack on liberals, and it has zero news value.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Dealing With Dumb People. Billy said this: "When you encounter an ideologue who mocks or criticizes you but has nothing constructive to say, run fast!"
Which is just laughable, O'Reilly claimed that only the dumb liberals on the left like Stephen Colbert oppose his 25,000 man mercenary army, and that they have no clue how to fight terrorism. When it's a lie, because most military experts oppose his plan, and some conservatives, including Charles Krauthammer. So O'Reilly flat out lied and used the tip of the day to do it.
O'Reilly: Only Dumb People Like Colbert Oppose His Mercenary Army Idea
By: Steve - September 30, 2014 - 10:00am
Monday night Bill O'Reilly lost his mind even more, doing a segment where he said only dumb people like Stephen Colbert oppose his 25,000 man mercenary army idea. Which is not only wrong, it's a lie.
Because almost everyone is opposed to it, including most military experts, and even his neo-con good friend Charles Krauthammer is opposed to it.
Quote: O'Reilly: "Only Dumb People Like Stephen Colbert Oppose Anti-Terror Mercenary Army Idea."
O’Reilly insisted that his plan is a good one and only "dumb people" disagree. And not only are Colbert and everyone else who are mocking him dumb, they’re also ignorant and vacant and have nothing to contribute to the conversation, simply because they think his idea is silly.
And now the facts: The right has also mocked his plan. Charles Krauthammer told O'Reilly to his face that his plan was off the wall. Notice O'Reily does not mention that, instead he goes after Colbert.
O'Reilly was also called out for his nonsense by U.S. Naval War College Professor Tom Nichols, Ph.D., a national security expert, who called his idea "terrible" and "immoral" and pointed out that "it is a morally corrosive idea to try to outsource our national security."
But O'Reilly did not call him dumb, and let's remember that O'Reilly was never in the military. So he has no military experience, none.
And last week his cohort over at Fox news Charles Krauthammer took his turn telling him his plan was never going to work. Who O'Reilly calls a smart guy and even says he is way smarter than he is.
Krauthammer told O'Reilly, "With your idea you've gone from out of the box to off the wall."
Krauthammer said that Americans have trouble bearing the losses of using our own infantry, and that O'Reilly's idea does not solve the problem because the U.S. would still have Americans in command and Americans who could sign up for the army. If we lose them, we won't suffer less, he argued.
O'Reilly countered that it's not fair for the U.S. to have to fight the brunt of terror all over the world and said we need an alternative.
"The terrorists know there's no will to fight them in the West, this would change that mentality," O'Reilly argued.
"Saying that something is needed is not an argument for why it's gonna work," Krauthammer remarked, arguing that the U.S. would inevitably suffer losses through this highly paid mercenary army.
He noted another problem, which is the people who would likely sign up for the mercenary army.
"The problem is do you really wanna be running around the world responsible for a band of desperados, do you want to recruit from the same pool that ISIS is?"
Not to mention the cost, if you paid them each $100,000 a year it would cost $2.5 billion, and that is not including the cost for training, logistics, command, medical care, etc.
O’Reilly said he has confidence that this could work, but he appreciates Krauthammer's dissent. But notice he did not call Krauthammer dumb, as he did with Colbert.
In reality, only a few people agree with O'Reilly that it's a good idea, most military experts and even Charles Krauthammer think it's a bad idea that will never work and just be a massive waste of money. But O'Reilly does not have the guts to call them dumb, he can only say it about Stephen Colbert, proving what a coward he is and what a biased hack he is.
The Republicans Love 2 Things: Ted Cruz & Religious Liberty
By: Steve - September 29, 2014 - 11:00am
How do you say winning? If you’re a conservative, you pick the driver of a very unpopular event, the government shutdown, as your next presidential pick because you enjoy losing badly.
Far-right first term Senator Ted Cruz Cruz won the #1 spot in the Values Voter Summit straw poll at 25%, with Dr. Ben Carson coming in next at 20%. Former Governor Mike Huckabee came up third and Senator Rick Santorum won fourth place.
And all 4 of them are extreme far-right Republicans that will never be the President, because they are too far to the right and out of the mainstream. But Republicans love them, because they are just like them, out of the mainstream.
Last year, Cruz beat Carson by a much wider margin with 42% on the heels of shutting down the government.
Yes, shutting down the government is what the conservative base likes. They want senators who don’t do their jobs, but instead make things worse for the average American -- anything to spite President Obama.
Now get this, the conservatives who were polled said the most important issue to them was "religious liberty."
And yes, I am not kidding. The Republicans at the voter values summit actually think religious liberty is the most important issue facing America today. Not the economy, not jobs, not health care, not unemployment, not the stock market, not immigration, they went with religious (fricking) liberty. And they wonder why they are seen as out of the mainstream, come on.
This even got Republicans very excited on Twitter, after they convinced themselves that they could win the White House on it because it's HUGE. The problem for the Republican Party is that their definition of religious liberty is very exclusionary and thus the opposite of the idea of religious liberty.
Republicans fight for liberty for Christians, while demonizing other religions, especially their misinformed ideas of Muslims. In other words, they believe in religious liberty, as long as you are a christian, they are against religious liberty for everyone else.
Liberty sounds all exciting and Ted Cruz delivered a bit of a sermon at the Value Voters Summit, so it seems like a perfect match. But Cruz delivered more of a heady brew of persecution and delusion, culminating in him announcing that when Republicans take back the White House in 2017, they will repeal every word of Obamacare. Even though it's working and everyone that has it, likes it, he still plans to try and repeal it, too bad for him it will never happen.
Cruz said this: "In 2017, with a Republican president in office, we're going to sign legislation repealing every word of Obamacare. Brace yourselves for the smarm, Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning."
Which is just ridiculous and Cruz is insane, because even if the Republicans win the White House (not gonna happen) they will never be able to repeal Obamacare. They do not have the votes, and it is just too late, especially when they have no plan to replace it.
They will never repeal every word of Obamacare because just like Social Security, people need it and want it. In two more years, it will be even more popular and Republicans will have to offer an alternative that people want if they plan to try and destroy it.
Ted Cruz said he has a plan, but in truth, Barack Obama used the conservative plan. Barack Obama used the market based plan based on competition between private companies that was the conservative approach to the healthcare problem. Republicans objected because they didn't want a win for Obama, but now they are left fighting the battle of fools -- fighting against their only idea, with no alternative.
Luckily for Republicans, their base is easily manipulated about what issues they are supposed to care about, hence they care most about something that is not an issue. Religious liberty? The biggest religion in this country is Christianity and it’s not being threatened. The President is a Christian. No one is coming for Christians, no matter how persecuted they like to pretend they are.
But hey, being persecuted pays well for Cruz, Palin, etc. The idea that they are being persecuted is romantic and it isolates the base -- if everyone else is out to get you, they can't be trusted. The only people the base can trust are the people they are sending their money to and voting for. Well played.
If Cruz wants the big love from the base, he's going to need to make a big gesture of destroying the country in a way he can pretend is hurting Obama and not the people. Of course, none of this hurts Obama -- it only hurts the very people voting for Cruz.
And I hope the Republicans do run Ted Cruz against Hillary Clinton, because she will crush him.
More Good Economic News O'Reilly Has Totally Ignored
By: Steve - September 29, 2014 - 10:00am
Once again we have good economic news, and Bill O'Reilly does not say a word about it, even though he is telling people the economy is in chaos because of the bad liberal policies from President Obama. Despite the fact he is wrong, and lying, because the economy is doing good, jobs are back, and the stock market is at record highs.
O'Reilly ignores it all to claim the economy is doing terrible, to make Obama look bad, which is just more proof he is a biased right-wing hack, and not a real non-partisan journalist.
From Bloomburg news:
Economy Grew 4.6% in Second Quarter, Most Since 2011
The U.S. economy expanded in the second quarter at the fastest rate since the last three months of 2011 as companies stepped up investment and households boosted spending.
Gross domestic product grew at a revised 4.6 percent annualized rate, up from a previous estimate of 4.2 percent, Commerce Department data showed today in Washington. The increase matched the median forecast of 81 economists surveyed by Bloomberg and followed a 2.1 percent decline in the first three months of the year.
Busier assembly lines at the nation's factories and job growth that's kept Americans spending indicate companies are a bit more upbeat about the prospects for demand. As the world's largest economy and labor market improve, Federal Reserve policy makers are debating how much longer to keep interest rates near zero.
"We definitely see momentum," in the U.S. economy, said Brittany Baumann, an economist at Credit Agricole CIB in New York, which correctly forecast GDP. "Consumer spending should benefit from strengthening labor conditions and improved financial conditions," while business investment should also continue, she said.
Forecasts for second-quarter GDP, the value of all goods and services produced in the U.S., ranged from gains of 3.4 percent to 5 percent, according to the Bloomberg survey. The estimate is the third and final for the quarter.
Thursday's report also showed before-tax corporate profits rose 8.4 percent last quarter, the most since the third quarter of 2010 and compared with a previously reported 8 percent gain.
Koch Brothers Group Tried To Register A Cat To Vote
By: Steve - September 28, 2014 - 11:00am
Americans for Prosperity claims they stand for free markets and liberty and against Kenyan socialism and voter fraud. That's why it's so important to AFP to make sure that you and your cat are ready to vote in North Carolina next month.
Among AFP's many conservative causes, the Koch brothers-funded group claims to be concerned about the integrity of the American voting process, watchdogging liberal voter drives and saying it "will not tolerate those who would cheapen the vote."
But according to the Raleigh News & Observer, AFP's North Carolina office just sent "hundreds of North Carolinians -- and one cat" a voter-registration guide riddled with errors:
The information -- an "official application form" -- was sent by Americans for Prosperity, a national conservative group with a state chapter based in Raleigh.Among other errors, the forms apparently instructed registrants to mail completed forms to a state office, complete with the wrong address for that state office.
But registration forms are supposed to go to an applicant's county board of elections. AFP's "official" forms also listed the wrong deadline to get registered in time for November's election. That deadline, according to North Carolina officials, is actually Oct. 10.
So it looks like AFP is deliberately misinforming residents to screw up their chances to turn out on Election Day? Some recipients are wondering this:
Alison Beal of Wake Forest received one of the forms at her home, but it was addressed to her brother-in-law, who lives in Caldwell County.She added: "People don't really know, they assume what they get in the mail is true."
O'Reilly Puts Foot In Mouth Again Over Womens Rights
By: Steve - September 28, 2014 - 10:00am
Friday night Bill O'Reilly downplayed the Gender Wage gap, saying this: "Statistics Don't Include The Emotional Difference Between Men And Women."
Which is not only stupid, it's insane. Here is Billy in action:
"Can women save the Democratic Party?"
I did not know the Democrats needed saving? Worry about your own party fool - Republicans have only won 1 presidential election in terms of the popular vote since 1992. You get smashed by any nonwhite group and whites are a decreasing demographic in America.
And what in the hell does emotion have to do with equal pay?
So according to Bill O'Reilly, women don't deserve equal pay for equal work because those silly, hysterical women just can't keep their heads screwed on straight.
And the Republicans wonder why they are losing the womens vote, just look at O'Reilly, he is one reason. Another reason is the Republican party thinks woman are 2nd class citizens who should always wear skirts and be in the kitchen or the bedroom.
The Friday 9-26-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 27, 2014 - 11:30am
The TPM was called: Can American Women Save the Democratic Party? The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: The majority of Americans are not happy with President Obama's job performance, and that is having a deleterious effect on the Democratic Party. In fact, the only thing, the only thing that can save the Democratic Party is women voters. Enter the first lady, Michelle Obama. In a speech at the United Nations this week, she asked, 'do we truly value women as equals, or do we see them as merely second class citizens?'To begin with, I did not know the Democratic party needed saving, they have the White House and the Senate, which does not sound like it needs saving to me, and the Republican party polls far worse, so they are the party that needs saving. Then O'Reilly admits women only make 81% of what a man does, even though in the past he has claimed that number is not true. Then later in his TPM he admits it is not fair to women, so what does he say to that, life is not fair, which is insane.
O'Reilly contradicts himself in his own TPM, as if he has lost his mind. O'Reilly said this: "I do not believe our capitalistic system is holding the ladies back. I believe some stupid men are, but that's something individual companies will have to deal with."
Which is pure insanity, because those men are the capitalistic system, and their companies will never do anything about it. The government needs to pass laws making it illegal to pay women less for the same job, but that will never happen because O'Reilly's right-wing friends in Congress keep voting against the equal pay for women act. Then he claims there is no war on women by Republicans, which is just laughable. You are looking at it in action, from O'Reilly, Dobbs, and the Republicans.
And yes, some women choose to stay at home and raise their kids, which has nothing to do with them being paid less for doing the same job. So O'Reilly's argument does not even make sense, especially when he admits it is unfair to women, then says life is unfair and you should just like it.
Then two Democratic strategists were on to disagree with O'Reilly, Mary Anne Marsh and Marjorie Clifton.
Clifton said this: "You made a lot of important points, but what's missing is whether the choices are actually real. The data does not reflect what happens once women get into the workforce and once they get the education. There are still gaps in pay and a lot of that has to do with bias in the workplace."
Marsh insisted that gender bias is obvious in America, saying this: "Women are the majority, yet they are woefully underrepresented in the places that matter - government and business. We have not elected a woman present, that's shameful! Women have a tougher time raising the money and they don't make enough to subsidize their own campaigns."
Then the old biased right-wing fool Lou Dobbs was on to discuss it, and of course he agreed with O'Reilly.
Dobbs said this: "The idea that women are somehow the target of oppression in this country is utter madness. Women getting education and advanced degrees vastly outnumber men. Can more be done? Yes, but the same can be said for men. Women are far more involved in rearing children than men, and that is an impediment to their careers and earning power. Women are a majority in our workforce and a majority in our population, yet they have protected rights."
Nobody said they are the target of oppression, what they are saying is that in some cases a women makes less than a man for doing the same job, and that is a fact that Lou Dobbs will not admit.
Then Heather Nauert was on for mad as hell, she answered letters from some ticked-off viewers, among the Sue Morgan of Michigan, who got peeved when "global warming" marchers left tons of garbage in their wake last weekend.
Nauert said this: "What a mess they left, and that has a lot of people upset. It's the hypocrisy, saying they want to recycle and get rid of pollution. They left behind seven-and-a-half tons of garbage for New York's sanitation to clean up."
Which is just laughable, because O'Reilly and Fox never even reported on the climate change march, so if you do not report on it you have no right to talk about it. Not to mention this, when Republicans protest these same people never say one word about the garbage they left behind. And btw, they also never mentioned how much money those 300,000 people spent in the city, which far outweighed the cleanup cost.
Another viewer, Arizonan Jerry Clark, is tired of hearing the phrase 'boots on the ground.' O'Reilly reassured Clark that he is not alone: "We are with you, Jerry, and anyone who says 'boots on the ground' here has to pay $100 to Wounded Warriors. It's a cliche that is banned here."
Are you kidding me? $100 dollars, that's nothing, it should be $1000, or $10,000, you are all millionaires.
Then O'Reilly talked about Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, who has been in a Mexican jail for more than six months, ever since he claimed to have made a wrong turn and entered Mexico with three guns. O'Reilly spoke about the dire situation with his mother, Jill Tahmooressi.
Tahmooressi said this: "He is very despondent. He's in solitary confinement, and he is losing hope that he's going to get out of jail. He's not allowed a radio or television, he's allowed the Bible and one book, and he has no way to exercise."
Then Greg Gutfeld and Bernard McGuirk were on, they talked about New York Yankees star Derek Jeter, who smacked the game-winning hit in his final appearance at Yankee Stadium.
"Obviously those were all actors, and this was done on a sound stage. Actually, he's an amazing athlete who kept his lifestyle private and stayed with one team for twenty years. Also, he's a conservative because he always hits to right field."
McGuirk complained that the hype surrounding Jeter is vastly overblown, saying this: "You guys have to take it down a notch because he didn't play well this year, he was almost hurting the team. And this game was meaningless."
And that was it, not one word about the GDP increasing to 4.6%, nothing about the stock market setting record highs, nothing about housing starts going up, and on and on. O'Reilly continues to ignore all the good economic news, because it makes Obama look good and he does not want to do that. Which is why all he talks about every night is ISIS and the Obama poll numbers.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly telling people to visit his website and read his insane 25,000 man mercenary plan to fight terrorism that will never happen and never work.
Gas Prices Near $3 A Gallon & O'Reilly Is Silent
By: Steve - September 27, 2014 - 11:00am
In fact, in one city about 15 miles from me here in East Peoria, Illinois gas is below $3 a gallon already. Gas prices in Chillicothe, Illinois today are $2.88 a gallon. Here in East Peoria it is $3.13 a gallon and dropping a little more every day.
Remember when gas was almost $4 a gallon, O'Reilly was screaming mad and blamed it all on Obama and his liberal economic policies. But now that gas is almost back down to $3 a gallon, O'Reilly says nothing, he is silent. So when gas prices go up O'Reilly blames Obama, but when they go down he dont. Proving once again he is a partisan political hack with right-wing bias.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The price of a gallon of gasoline may soon start with a "2" across much the country.
Gasoline prices typically decline in autumn, and this year they are being pulled even lower by falling global oil prices. By the end of the year, up to 30 states could have an average gasoline price of less than $3 a gallon.
The average in Springfield, Missouri, is already below $3, according to Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst at the Oil Price Information Service and GasBuddy.com. Several other cities are on the brink.
"And there will be more, many more," Kloza said. Cities in high-priced states such as California and New York will not be among them, though, which will probably keep the national average above $3.
And that is not all, the economy is doing good, jobs are back, unemployment is down, and the stock market is at record highs. But O'Reilly says nothing, even though he blamed Obama for all of it when it was not so good, now that it is better he does not give Obama credit for any of it.
While at the same time lying to you that the liberal policies from Obama have hurt the economy and the entire country, O'Reilly said the economy is in chaos, and he also ignores the good Obamacare news. He used to report on Obamacare every night, when the website was having problems. Now that it is fixed and Obamacare is doing great he has gone silent.
These are all examples of the right-wing bias from O'Reilly, it is 100% proof that Bill O'Reilly is nothing but a biased right-wing hack, no matter how many times he denies it.
Colbert Raises O'Reilly Mercenary Force With Ninja Super Soldiers
By: Steve - September 27, 2014 - 10:00am
And btw, mercenary is defined as this:
1. (of a person or their behavior) primarily concerned with making money at the expense of ethics.
But O'Reilly claims they will have ethics and do the right thing, yeah right, when you hire a mercenary all they care about is money, and they will most likely do as little as possible for the money.
Stephen Colbert took on Bill O'Reilly's anti-terrorism mercenary army last night, and thought it was a good idea, but couldn't resist one-upping him.
Colbert was confident O'Reilly's idea would be a great one, "because only the best people kill whoever you want for cash."
And despite others on Fox telling O'Reilly it's a bad idea, Colbert was all on board with O'Reilly's "fantasy warfare league."
But Colbert found a way to go beyond O'Reilly's simple idea: with "mutant double ninja super-soldiers with laser nunchucks." Or a special forces team with half the guys named Snake. Or "an invisible bomb that only blows up bad guys."
Jon Stewart Says F-U To O'Reilly & Fox For Latte Salute Coverage
By: Steve - September 26, 2014 - 11:00am
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart on Thursday knocked the news media's coverage of President Barack Obama and his now-infamous "latte salute," taking particular aim at Fox News.
On Tuesday, Obama exited Marine One in New York, NY, hot drink in hand. He greeted the two Marines at the steps of the aircraft by saluting with his right hand, which, incidentally, was also carrying the cup.
"Are we surprised?" Republican strategist Karl Rove said on Fox News about the salute. "After all, we've got a chai-swillin', golf-playin', basketball trash-talkin', leadin'-from-behind, I-got-no-strategy, Osama-bin-Laden-is-dead, GM-is-alive, community-organizin' commander-in-chief."
Eric Bolling from Fox News, said the salute was disrespectful toward the U.S. military.
"F-U and your false patriotism," Daily Show host Jon Stewart said of the coverage, noting that Bolling had also made a joke about women in the military (which Bolling has since apologized for, twice).
"You don't really care about this," Stewart said. "You have no principle about this. You're just trying to score points in a game that no one else is playing."
And btw folks, notice that nobody at Fox (not even O'Reilly) ever mentioned that George W. Bush saluted the troops many many times with his dog in his hands, there are many photos of it if you want to do a google image search on it. They also never once mentioned that about half the Presidents never saluted the troops, including Abe Lincoln.
Ronald Reagan started the troop salute, before that the troops saluted the President, but he never saluted back. Fox never mentioned any of that, when they reported on the latte salute from Obama.
Google & Facebook Drop GOP Group ALEC For Climate Change Lies
By: Steve - September 26, 2014 - 10:00am
And of course you never heard a word about this from O'Reilly, because he does not want you to know about things like this because it makes Republican groups look bad, the very same groups he supports and defends.
Google plans to officially cut ties with the conservative American Legislative Exchange Council, the company's chairman announced Monday, declaring that the group is "literally lying about climate change" and so Google can no longer be associated with it.
The Internet giant would be the second major technology to part ways with ALEC in the last two months. Microsoft announced in August that it would end its relationship with ALEC, and that decision was linked to Microsoft's support for renewable energy projects.
"The facts of climate change are not in question anymore. Everyone understands climate change is occurring, and the people who oppose it are really hurting our children and our grandchildren and making the world a much worse place," Google Chairman Eric Schmidt told NPR's Diane Rehm in explaining the decision.
"And so we should not be aligned with such people -- they're just, they're just literally lying."
He would not specify when Google would formally disconnect from ALEC. Microsoft and Google had been members of the group's communications and technology task force, according to CNET.
Other major corporations including Coca-Cola, General Motors, Bank of America, and Proctor & Gamble have severed ties with ALEC in recent years.
ALEC, founded in the 1970s, gained renewed national attention after Republicans won major victories in state governments in 2010 and the group's signature pieces of model legislation were introduced in statehouses nationwide.
It was described by Bob Edgar, the president of Common Cause, as "proof positive of the depth and scope of the corporate reach into our democratic processes."
Facebook is also cutting ties with the conservative American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a decision that would follow the lead of Google, which announced its intention to break with ALEC this week.
Facebook confirmed plans of the split to the Guardian after the news was first reported in the San Francisco Chronicle.
"We reevaluate our memberships on an annual basis, and are in that process now. While we have tried to work within ALEC to bring that organization closer to our view on some key issues, it seems unlikely that we will make sufficient progress so we are not likely to renew our membership in 2015," the social media giant said in a statement.
The news comes a day after Google announced on Monday that the company's decision to fund ALEC -- a group which, among other things, works to undermine renewable energy progress in states and is known for its climate denial -- was a "mistake" and that the company would be cutting ties with ALEC at the end of the year.
The Wednesday 9-24-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 25, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: President Obama Tries to Rally the World Against Terrorism. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Speaking at the United Nations this morning, Mr. Obama tried to be both a tough guy and a statesman while dealing with the Islamic jihad. Whether he succeeded in accomplishing anything is up for debate but Talking Points believes he gave it a good try.In other words, O'Reilly thinks he gave it a good try, but failed in his eyes. He even called for Obama to be tougher, so he got tougher, but O'Reilly is still not happy, and now calls him a fake tough guy. And he should know about being a fake tough guy, because he is one himself.
Then the conservative Cliff May and Jeanne Zaino, political science professor at Iona College, responded to the Talking Points Memo and debated whether Obama could rally the world to defeat Islamic terrorism.
May did not think the president's speech was successful, and argued Obama's strategy could be strengthening Iran and al Qaeda, saying this: "My guess is that after his speech you didn't have ambassadors from a lot of different nations coming up and giving him high fives and saying hey man, just tell me what I can do for you, I will get it done."
May also said this: "I think what I took away from the speech was not just that President Obama had a difficult time explaining the global conflict we find ourselves in, a jihad as you correctly called it. But he still has a hard time understanding the global conflict, the jihad and that's gets to a point very relevant to what you said and I really want to get it on the table."
Zaino disagreed, arguing that Obama was at his best in his speech at the UN, saying this: "I think today we saw a President that many of us for the second term have been wanting to see. He was forceful. He was not ambivalent. He was clear to the world community that this is the number one crisis or cancer as he called it that we face and he was clear about what he is going to do about it. And you know whether or not he is able to rally the world, we have to wait and see whether he is going to be effective doing that. I think for the first time in a long time to many of us the President that we have been wanting to see showing leadership and taking this as a serious issue that he is ready to confront."
Then Fox News Chief Washington Correspondent James Rosen was asked if the State Department had a handle on how to confront Islamic terrorism.
Rosen said this: "I think they do, but it might not accord with your or my or other people's ways of going about it. There is more than one way to skin a jihadist cat if you will. And I think that the route that the President of the United States has chosen is one that's going to take a much longer time precisely because he feels it should be accomplished with Arab input as if multilateralism is the only way to conduct military operation."
Then O'Reilly asked Fox News Chief Political Correspondent Carl Cameron about Congress taking another break. Cameron explained that Congress is out of session until November so members of Congress and the Senate can campaign for re-election at home. Cameron then explained the incredible benefits members of Congress receive.
Cameron: "Congress is a great gig. They get up to 60 staffers, huge expense accounts, a base pay of $174,000. Leaders get a little bit more, actually. It can go up to $230,000 if you're the House Speaker."
"In the House they call it the members' representational allowance. The average is about $1.2 million a year. And you know you've got 435 members. Senators get an even larger expense account. "It's better if you are in the Senate. They get $3.2 million."
Then Martha MacCallum was on to talk about conservative critics (who are mostly Fox News employees) have slammed President Obama for saluting two Marines with the same hand he was holding a coffee with.
MacCallum said this: "Veterans are not happy. Many of them. They think that the president doesn't respect them. Many of them. And this fed into that notion it doesn't help that he is dealing with a very differing opinion with chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and the secretary of defense on whether or not we can have boots on the ground. All that said, I think this is a nonissue. You know, I don't want the president spending 20 seconds worrying about this latte moment. He has got a lot on his plate and we have bigger fish to fry than worrying about this moment."
It's only a story on Fox news, nobody else cares about it, and O'Reilly shows his bias once again by even reporting on it.
MacCallum also discussed a court ruling in Texas that makes taking pictures up a woman's skirt legal. Martha explained the ruling was based on the protections of the First Amendment. "So this is a case of a photographer who took 26 pictures of women and children mostly at a San Antonio water park. He was under the water taking pictures of, you know, floating legs and arms. It was determined by the parents they said what are you doing? They brought charges against him. He then countersued and said that he thought this law was unconstitutional. That it's his First Amendment right and is protected as an artist essentially that he should be able to take these photographs."
"He said you're going to have to ban every street photographer and anyone along those lines if you want to do this, but the court upheld his ban, his desire to ban this and then it went to the highest criminal court in Texas and the judge there agreed."
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Neighborly Bartering. Billy said this: "Start a barter club where you live in your neighborhood. Every other Saturday morning for example you get some friends together, you put up tables and you display stuff you want to trade for things you need. Sometimes the trades will be equal so some money might change hands. It's like a flea market but neighborhood driven. I can almost guarantee that within a few months folks are going to come from all over because a barter situation is fun and profitable. You'll meet new people and save money on things you might need. Also, if you have a skill to repair things or do something, you can barter that skill."
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, poor people already do the barter thing, but none of them set up tables to trade things, they just do it by word of mouth, Mr. clueless.
Military Experts Slam O'Reilly's Crazy 25,000 Man Mercenary Proposal
By: Steve - September 25, 2014 - 10:00am
And so far the only person he could find to support him is the former owner of Blackwater, no other (actual) military expert thinks it is a good idea.
Even the neo-con Charles Krauthammer (who always agrees with O'Reilly) said it was a bad idea and basically told O'Reilly he is off his rocker for suggesting such a crazy thing.
U.S. military experts and veterans are slamming O'Reilly's proposal to create an American-backed worldwide mercenary force to battle Islamic State militants and other extremists, calling the idea "an outrageous thought" that is "fraught with problems."
O'Reilly proposed the idea on Fox News Monday night, claiming the only credible plan to defeat the Islamic State had to include a mercenary force of 25,000 "English-speaking" fighters that would be recruited and trained by the United States. He added that the mercenary army would be comprised of "elite fighters who would be well-paid, well-trained to defeat terrorists all over the world."
He also promoted the idea on CBS This Morning.
Military leaders criticized O'Reilly's approach, citing the precedent it would set and the potential danger of having the United States support a mercenary effort that it cannot control in the trenches.
"I think that that's pretty much an outrageous thought," said Dennis Laich, a 35-year military veteran and retired U.S. Army major general who served in Kuwait and Iraq.
"The idea of mercenaries in the Middle East, depending on where they come from, is fraught with some history of failure ... If a mercenary military commits atrocity in the name of the United State is that a war crime? Will they be subject to the U.S. military code of justice? We take on a responsibility for their actions that we can't control. It's tactically unworkable and it's strategically and morally incompatible with fundamental principles of the U.S. Constitution and military policy." Retired Lt. General Edward Anderson, a West Point graduate with 39 years in the U.S. Army, cited the lack of control over such a group.
"It would seem from a military perspective there are a number of issues there, one is command and control," he said in an interview. "My initial reaction is that I am not too enthusiastic about the idea. I can't think of a time when that has worked in the past, not on a scale you are talking about here."
He added, "my biggest concern would be who has the authority to oversee and direct the operations on a large scale for a force of 25,000? Especially if you are talking about multiple contributors, each of them has a loyalty to whoever they are coming from.
"In order to do something like this with ISIS you have to have a logistics piece, an intelligence piece and a communications structure - this is not easy and to think you are going to put together a band of mercenaries to do this does not sound reasonable to me."
Paul Eaton is a retired U.S. Army major general with 33 years in service and now a senior advisor to the National Security Network. He called O'Reilly's idea "a bad precedent."
"The use of force or entities that use force ought to be a monopoly of the state. My conservative nature is that wars are fought by men and women in uniform and the idea of a mercenary force with American fingerprints on it just doesn't appeal to me much. I would not want to see the United Sates in a situation where we're willing to throw money at raising a mercenary force because we're unwilling for whatever reason to send our sons and daughters."
Jamie Barnett, a former U.S. Navy rear admiral with more than 30 years of experience, also served as Director of Naval Education and Training at the Pentagon. He said the mercenary idea "is fraught with problems and dangers and expense."
"This is going to be a long-term fight," he added. "That would be expensive enough, but the idea of putting English speakers on the ground just invites problems. We need indigenous fighters who see this as their homeland. We need to concentrate on the approach we have done in the past, which includes training people to fight their own fights. It is not like we have an abundance of trust in anyone over there."
The Tuesday 9-23-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 24, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Bombing the Terrorists in Syria. The biased and dishonest right-wing hack Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Last night bombs began falling on suspected ISIS and al Qaeda positions in the war-torn country of Syria. But what took so long? The reason for the delay is twofold.Then O'Reilly talked about the possibility of an elite mercenary force with Erik Prince, the former Navy SEAL who founded the Blackwater private security firm.
Prince said this: "It's possible and it's doable. We're not going to crush ISIS with just air power, someone has to go clear them out of those towns, villages, and alleys. So finding a cheap and sustainable way to keep pressure on Islamists is about the only way we're going to do it. There is a huge number of good men who will answer the call and do a professional job."
O'Reilly also said that a mercenary force would be funded by a broad coalition of nations: "America is bearing the war on terror with our blood and treasure and that has to stop, we can't afford to do it all over the world. Even if we wipe out ISIS now, there will be another ISIS, they're not going to stop."
Even though it's all a pipe dream that nobody but loons support, and he does not know if it would be funded by a broad coalition, he is just speculating.
Then Kirsten Powers and Monica Crowley were on to discuss it.
Powers said this: "There are many reasons I oppose this, and one of the main reasons is that what makes the military so great is that these are people who signed up to fight for their country, it's a very noble position. You would be luring people into this by paying them a lot of money."
Crowley, who is a right-wing nut, saw some benefit in the idea, but also identified a stumbling block, saying this: "You would have a continuing authority to go after the world's greatest terrorists without having every battle politicized. The problem is that the United Nations outlawed mercenary forces in 1989."
Then another right-wing nut, John Stossel was on to say why so many liberal Americans are focused on income inequality.
Stossel said this: "It's because we got richer. You can see it when children of the Rockefellers are at the anti-fossil fuel protests. Once you get rich, that warm and fuzzy we're-all-in-it-together idea of socialism feels good. It's also the media - reporters are hostile to free markets and economically ignorant. They think that if government ran more things everybody would have more money. But there's more income inequality in Haiti and Mexico and China."
Which is not only wrong, it's insane. It's not because we got richer, it's because the income gap from the top 1% to the bottom 99% got too far apart, and it's hurting the economy, not to mention making it harder for the average worker to just get by. It has nothing to do with us getting richer, it's about the income gap from the rich to the working man.
Then Lis Wiehl and Kimberly Guilfoyle were on with the latest on Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was swapped for five Gitmo terrorists back in May.
Wiehl said this: "The Army is refusing to tell us what's going on. They say there are 'outstanding issues' and that they're doing their own investigation, but the Army set a deadline of August 15th and blew past that without giving any excuse. So we have no idea what's going on."
Guilfoyle lambasted the Army for its lack of transparency, saying this: "They say there are no new developments since August, so why did they blow the deadline? What is the excuse for the delay? They keep pushing it back and won't tell us what the next step is."
O'Reilly speculated once again (even though he claims he never speculates) that the Army is stonewalling to protect the commander-in-chief, saying this: "I think the evidence is so overwhelming that Bergdahl deserted that President Obama would be embarrassed if the Army makes that declaration."
Then Charles Krauthammer was on with his response to the idea of a mercenary army to fight terrorism around the globe.
Krauthammer said this: "With that idea, you have gone from 'out of the box' to 'off the wall.' You want to create a French Foreign Legion, but we are not the French Empire policing West Africa in the 19th century. Do you really want to be responsible for a band of desperados? On one hand you'll have ISIS people who believe in something, and on the other hand you'll have people who are there just for the money. Who do you think wins?"
So even after Krauthammer told him he is nuts, he still insisted that the idea has merits, saying this: "This war on terror is ruining our treasury and our national morale, we need to have an alternative. The terrorists know there is no will to fight them in the West, this would change that mentality."
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, stop making a fool of yourself, your idea is stupid and you are a moron.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was as usual not a tip, just O'Reilly promoting his new book.
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