Everyone sees through O’Reilly

The increasingly worthless Bill O’Reilly brought the totally worthless Karl Rove onto his show last night to put down the prospective candidacies of Trump, Bachmann, and Palin, and the L-dotters rip O’Reilly apart.

I like this one:

Reply 14—Posted by: Me?Opinionated?Nah!, 4/19/2011 11:13:58 PM

Tabloid Journalist Bill O’Reilly, when he isn’t interrupting or talking over someone or promoting himself or hawking his factor-gear merchandise or or or … come to think of it, for the most part, I guess that’s about it!

And these:

Reply 10—Posted by: chowanone, 4/19/2011 10:54:53 PM

Bil O’Reilly is not and never has been a conservative. He is a populist who just happens to support a few conservative positions among his progressive positions.

He has a tendency to buy in to many of the Alinsky smears that originate on the left…. He is an enemy of any Republican who is not a beltway moderate like Rove.

Reply 5—Posted by: ruready?, 4/19/2011 10:30:04 PM

When it comes to knowing and understanding convictional conservatism, Bill is out of his league.

Reply 7—Posted by: dman, 4/19/2011 10:34:26 PM

That’s it. Bill has made up his mind. We can all go home now. /s

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Jim C. writes:

All you need to know about Bill O’Reilly is that he turned down Jack Cashill to be on his show even though Cashill’s book, “Deconstructing Obama,” convincingly demonstrates the absurdity of Obama’s being “Dreams” real author.

In O’Reilly’s defense, he and his show are constrained by political correctness. But he proves himself to be a godd**n liar when he refers to his show as the “no-spin zone.” Sorry, Bill, on certain issues yours is the “all-BS zone.”

Karl D. writes:

What I find so entertaining about O’Reilly is his pure malignant narcissism. His show should be required viewing for all psychology students. Sometimes I burst out laughing at the credit the man gives himself on virtually everything. He has been everywhere, done everything and is dammed near omnipotent. A true legend in his own mind. When he has Beck on his show it is really something to behold. The insane comedic preacher sitting at the right hand of God himself.

LA replies:


Greg W. writes:

I listen to AM radio to and from work. On the drive home, there is always an O’Reilly “Talking Points Memo” during the commercial break. In each of these “Memos,” O’Reilly opines (he loves that word!) on a certain current event in the most mundane, stereotypical, trite way what lacks any degree of profundity. What irks me is that he repeatedly states “Talking Points believes that … ” It’s as if “Talking Points” doesn’t refer to him, but perhaps some alter ego allowing him to separate his opinion from himself.

It seems to me that he’s so narcissistic that he has created another ego called “Talking Points” because “Bill O’Reilly” has infinite wisdom, which means he had to create this alter ego for the spillover in order to supply the world with his knowledge.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 20, 2011 08:59 AM | Send

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