Conclusive Proof That Bill O'Reilly is a Conservative !


12-18-2001, Almost nightly Bill O'Reilly is accused of being a conservative only to hear him deny it time after time, night after night. Bill will say to the accuser " Where is the proof " well here it is Bill. This web page will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Bill O'Reilly is a 100% Conservative Fox news TV host. As if it was not already obvious to anyone who watches the factor, this should end the lie that Bill O'Reilly is not a conservative !

Here is the web site that has Bill O'Reilly on thier list of 60 conservative writers:

UPDATE - 7-8-04 -- www.townhall.com has removed O'Reilly from their actual list of 60 conservative columnists, but they still have all his archived articles on their website. Including his archive page.

www.townhall.com -
Conservative News And Information - The Conservative Movement Starts Here

Click here to visit their web site:
www.townhall.com

On the townhall conservative columnist page it says this:

TownHall.com Columnists
Click here to visit their conservative columnist list page:
www.townhall.com/columnists

More than 60 conservative columnists at your fingertips

On that same page if you scroll down on the right you will see Bill O'Reilly listed as one of their 60 conservative columnists.

Example: They list an article on the bill o'reilly page where it says this:

Fight the power -
by Bill O'Reilly (12/15)

After a long siege, the United Way's "September 11th Fund" has finally seen the light. www.townhall.com/columnists/billoreilly/bo20011215.shtml

In the source code html of the above web page it has this for the title of the page:

[title] TownHall.com: Conservative Columnists: Bill O'Reilly [/title]

This is Bill O'Reillys archived stories page:
www.townhall.com/columnists/billoreilly/archive.shtml

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And yet even more proof that Bill O'Reilly is a shill for the republican party:

Bill (king of spin) O'Reilly just made #7 on the top 10 conservative idiots list at www.democraticunderground.com:

http://www.democraticunderground.com/top10/top10_2001_49.html

#7 - Bill O'Reilly "No Spin Zone," my ass. Last week, Bill "not a conservative, honest" O'Reilly wrote a fascinating opinion piece suggesting that Bill Clinton acted unwisely by sending $70 million in aid to the people of Afghanistan. "Boy, that was money well spent," sneered O'Reilly. "Did the Taliban ensure that the money got to the poor folks? Did you check out Mullah Muhammed Omar's compound in Kandahar?" It makes you wonder what Bill thinks about the $43 million that George W. Bush sent over there just last year - but wonder is all you'll be able to do I'm afraid, because Mr. O'Reilly has remained curiously silent on the matter. Not that he's just, ooh, I dunno, shilling for the Bush administration or anything. I mean, this is Bill O'Reilly we're talking about here - a man of principles and integrity. An "independent thinker." A fierce non-partisan. A man who is willing to give a fair shake of the stick to those on the right and on the left. The master of "no-spin." A man who will... oh, I'm sorry. My keyboard just exploded.

Proof:

Bill (king of spin) O'Reilly wrote this in his column at www.townhall.com:

December 31, 2001

Quote From O'Reilly Article:

Even more disgraceful is the amount of money we send overseas in the form of humanitarian aid. Did you know that the AIDS epidemic in Africa is America's fault? If we would only send more money and drugs to those countries thousands of lives would be saved. How many times have you heard that?

Does anyone in his right mind believe that the $9 billion in humanitarian aid we'll send overseas next year will get to the sick people? Is there one country in Africa that can be trusted to use the money and drugs responsibly? Can you name one?

And then there's the Arab world. Liberal pundits are screaming for more American money to be sent to Muslim lands so we can educate the folks in the ways of democracy. This kind of thinking plays in the world of Peter Pan, but come on!

Consider this: In 1999, the Clinton administration sent more than $70 million in assistance to the Afghan people. Boy, that was money well spent. Does anyone believe the Taliban made sure the money got to the poor folks? Did you check out Mullah Omar's compound in Kandahar?

Full Story Here:
http://www.townhall.com/columnists/billoreilly/bo20011231.shtml

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Yet not one mention of the $43 million Bush sent to the taliban in may of 2001, how is that for misleading the people ? Here is the story showing bush gave $43 million to the freaking taliban in may yet not one word from o'reilly about this in his biased article.

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Bush's Faustian Deal With the Taliban

Published May 22, 2001 in the Los Angeles Times

Enslave your girls and women, harbor anti-U.S. terrorists, destroy every vestige of civilization in your homeland, and the Bush administration will embrace you. All that matters is that you line up as an ally in the drug war, the only international cause that this nation still takes seriously.

That's the message sent with the recent gift of $43 million to the Taliban rulers of Afghanistan, the most virulent anti-American violators of human rights in the world today. The gift, announced last Thursday by Secretary of State Colin Powell, in addition to other recent aid, makes the U.S. the main sponsor of the Taliban and rewards that "rogue regime" for declaring that opium growing is against the will of God. So, too, by the Taliban's estimation, are most human activities, but it's the ban on drugs that catches this administration's attention.

Never mind that Osama bin Laden still operates the leading anti-American terror operation from his base in Afghanistan, from which, among other crimes, he launched two bloody attacks on American embassies in Africa in 1998.

Full Story Here:
http://www.robertscheer.com/1_natcolumn/01_columns/052201.htm

Proof Continued:

At the 2000 Republican convention in Philadelphia, near the GOP convention, Bill O'Reilly gave the keynote speech at David Horowitz's conservative "Restoration Weekend" event, where he was introduced by Republican congressmember Jack Quinn. Fox's Sean Hannity also spoke at the gathering, described by the Washington Times (6/30/00) as the "premiere political event for conservative thinkers." How many Independents spoke at this event ? Answer - None, it was a conservative only weekend.

During coverage of the 2000 Democratic convention, O'Reilly confessed to his guest (Drew Carey), "I'm so glad you're here because I'm so tired of defending George W. Bush." Curiously, this remark was excised from a transcript found on the Nexis database. O'Reilly twice said in the same broadcast that he's "not rooting for anyone," though it was hard to miss his aggressive assertion and defense of conservative positions throughout the whole show. Mr. O'Reilly said on a later show that he was kidding when he said that and it was clear, if thats true then why did they excise it from the transcripts ?

O'Reilly says he is an independent, funny how he only became an independent after the Washington Post reported he was a registered republican in 2000. The Factor started in 1996, so that means O'Reilly lied about being an independent for 4 years. Then he switched his registration in 2000, but only after it was reported that he was a registered republican. This is not only spin, it's a flat out lie. Yet he claims to never spin and to never allow spin. It seems Mr. no-spin is one of the biggest spinners in america. After being caught in so many lies, how can we believe anything he says ?

Does anyone now have any doubt that Bill (all spin) O'Reilly is a conservative ? If you do please seek mental help fast.