Bill O'Reilly defends ELLEN!? Woah!

  • ChilaxinJOCK0...

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    Feb 09, 2012 6:38 PM GMT
    http://tv.msn.com/tv/article.aspx?news=702064

    was actually nice to see this...

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    Feb 09, 2012 9:54 PM GMT
    That is...definitely odd. But refreshing.
  • coolarmydude

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    Feb 09, 2012 10:27 PM GMT
    I don't trust Bill O'Reilly's position on this, even if I agree. I think he wants to lay some groundwork, so to speak, when it comes time when a liberal organization calls for the removal of some conservative or religious figure from the same kind of position because of their anti-gay rhetoric.

    Don't trust Bill O!
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:29 PM GMT
    I saw this also... i was impressed!
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:29 PM GMT
    coolarmydude saidI don't trust Bill O'Reilly's position on this, even if I agree. I think he wants to lay some groundwork, so to speak, when it comes time when a liberal organization calls for the removal of some conservative or religious figure from the same kind of position because of their anti-gay rhetoric.

    Don't trust Bill O!
    If you noticed, Bill prefaced the entire segment, and said it repeatedly, that this was a "business" issue for him.. I dont trust him either.
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:31 PM GMT
    Billo has occasional lapses into humanity and sanity.

    They are few and far between, however.
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:32 PM GMT
    Why is this really THAT shocking? icon_rolleyes.gif Bill O'Reilly is not an extremist, he's pretty moderate.
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:38 PM GMT
    Sandy Rios is a wet bitch.

    Any time I see a woman who's like that, I think a few things:
    1) Any daughter she has are guaranteed to be fucked up.
    2) she must be the coldest maternal figure since the witch's bosom.
    3) GCB: A woman who's "Doing God's work." While still being a whore in the bedroom and using contraception and permitting her husband to cut his beard without stoning him.. and heaven FORBID: Bitch DEFINITELY MIXED FABRICS THERE. BUUUUUUURN HERRRRRRR!icon_evil.gificon_evil.gificon_evil.gif
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Feb 09, 2012 10:49 PM GMT
    Jeandeau saidSandy Rios is a wet bitch.

    Any time I see a woman who's like that, I think a few things:
    1) Any daughter she has are guaranteed to be fucked up.
    2) she must be the coldest maternal figure since the witch's bosom.
    3) GCB: A woman who's "Doing God's work." While still being a whore in the bedroom and using contraception and permitting her husband to cut his beard without stoning him.. and heaven FORBID: Bitch DEFINITELY MIXED FABRICS THERE. BUUUUUUURN HERRRRRRR!icon_evil.gificon_evil.gificon_evil.gif


    I couldn't agree more. After I saw the Bill O'Reilly interview with this bitch Sandy Rios, I sent the following message to her on Facebook...


    Sandy -

    I was absolutely appalled listening to your interview with Bill O'Reilly regarding the loony "Million Moms" insistence that Ellen DeGeneres be fired. Bravo to JC Penny for taking a stand in favor of Ellen, and NOT bowing to the likes of YOU and the bigoted darn-right hateful "Million Moms". You are sadly mistaken if you think people will stop shopping at JC Penney over this. Really? What planet are you living on, Lady? If anything, it will gain them more customers. Ellen Degeneres, as a spokesperson for JC Penney, is not going to be filming commercials and doing ads that in any way promote homosexuality and/or the gay lifestyle. Her sexuality has absolutely NOTHING whatsoever to do with the ads, nor should it. Closed-minded bigots such as yourself, filled with hate and hypocrisy masquerading as having some sort of holier-than-thou "Christian" cause is an embarrassment to all of us who know the true meaning of God and acceptance. The sooner you realize that gays are here to stay, and that this is absolutely no business of yours at all, the better off we ALL will be. Gay people exist in all walks of life -- doctors, lawyers, teachers, police, firemen, sports celebs, movie stars, members of congress and, who knows, maybe even one of your own children. There is not a single American who does not have a son or daughter, sister or brother, neighbor, work associate, or friend who are gay, and who are also tax-paying law-abiding Americans. The idea that people like yourself would condone any action that would cause these individuals harm, ridicule, or worse the loss of their job is so un-Christian-like that it's simply cringe-worthy. The utter gall to call yourself a Christian when you carry around such venomous hate towards others. God surely is ashamed that you, and others like you, with all your Bible-thumping rhetoric, have never managed to learn the true meaning of forgiveness, love, and acceptance. Shame on you!

    Todd Headlee
    Scottsdale, AZ


    I encourage any and all of you to take the time and let this woman know how you feel. I know I feel much better now... icon_lol.gif
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:51 PM GMT
    coolarmydude saidI don't trust Bill O'Reilly's position on this, even if I agree. I think he wants to lay some groundwork, so to speak, when it comes time when a liberal organization calls for the removal of some conservative or religious figure from the same kind of position because of their anti-gay rhetoric.

    Don't trust Bill O!

    Spot on. Evidence?

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    Feb 09, 2012 10:56 PM GMT
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    coolarmydude saidI don't trust Bill O'Reilly's position on this, even if I agree. I think he wants to lay some groundwork, so to speak, when it comes time when a liberal organization calls for the removal of some conservative or religious figure from the same kind of position because of their anti-gay rhetoric.

    Don't trust Bill O!

    Spot on. Evidence?

    That backs my distrust of that windbag bitch oreilly to a 'tea'....icon_wink.gif
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    Feb 09, 2012 10:56 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    I encourage any and all of you to take the time and let this woman know how you feel. I know I feel much better now... icon_lol.gif
    She could care less about what "homosexuals" think....... trust me.
  • coolarmydude

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    Feb 09, 2012 10:59 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidWhy is this really THAT shocking? icon_rolleyes.gif Bill O'Reilly is not an extremist, he's pretty moderate.



    I don't know. Sometimes I want to believe that, but the common sense in me reminds me that inconsistency does not equate to moderate political views.
  • Delivis

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    Feb 09, 2012 11:04 PM GMT
    I dont find this surprising at all actually.
  • coolarmydude

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    Feb 09, 2012 11:09 PM GMT



    My "spidey" senses go off at the 1:10 mark. Listen to Bill O'Reilly carefully:

    "But you have a right to your opinion and we respect that opinion. Even Fox News Channel, I think, has made a tremendous contribution to the country by respecting traditional opinion."

    "Traditional opinion" is conservative opinion. If he was really talking about opinion in the democratic sense, he would have said, "tradition of opinion."
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    Feb 09, 2012 11:12 PM GMT
    coolarmydude said


    My "spidey" senses go off at the 1:10 mark. Listen to Bill O'Reilly carefully:

    "But you have a right to your opinion and we respect that opinion. Even Fox News Channel, I think, has made a tremendous contribution to the country by respecting traditional opinion."

    "Traditional opinion" is conservative opinion. If he was really talking about opinion in the democratic sense, he would have said, "tradition of opinion."
    I heard that loud and clear the first time I saw this video.. Hence my agreement with you on the utter distrust of both of the slimeballs in the clip.
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    Feb 09, 2012 11:23 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Jeandeau saidSandy Rios is a wet bitch.

    Any time I see a woman who's like that, I think a few things:
    1) Any daughter she has are guaranteed to be fucked up.
    2) she must be the coldest maternal figure since the witch's bosom.
    3) GCB: A woman who's "Doing God's work." While still being a whore in the bedroom and using contraception and permitting her husband to cut his beard without stoning him.. and heaven FORBID: Bitch DEFINITELY MIXED FABRICS THERE. BUUUUUUURN HERRRRRRR!icon_evil.gificon_evil.gificon_evil.gif


    I couldn't agree more. After I saw the Bill O'Reilly interview with this bitch Sandy Rios, I sent the following message to her on Facebook...


    Sandy -

    I was absolutely appalled listening to your interview with Bill O'Reilly regarding the loony "Million Moms" insistence that Ellen DeGeneres be fired. Bravo to JC Penny for taking a stand in favor of Ellen, and NOT bowing to the likes of YOU and the bigoted darn-right hateful "Million Moms". You are sadly mistaken if you think people will stop shopping at JC Penney over this. Really? What planet are you living on, Lady? If anything, it will gain them more customers. Ellen Degeneres, as a spokesperson for JC Penney, is not going to be filming commercials and doing ads that in any way promote homosexuality and/or the gay lifestyle. Her sexuality has absolutely NOTHING whatsoever to do with the ads, nor should it. Closed-minded bigots such as yourself, filled with hate and hypocrisy masquerading as having some sort of holier-than-thou "Christian" cause is an embarrassment to all of us who know the true meaning of God and acceptance. The sooner you realize that gays are here to stay, and that this is absolutely no business of yours at all, the better off we ALL will be. Gay people exist in all walks of life -- doctors, lawyers, teachers, police, firemen, sports celebs, movie stars, members of congress and, who knows, maybe even one of your own children. There is not a single American who does not have a son or daughter, sister or brother, neighbor, work associate, or friend who are gay, and who are also tax-paying law-abiding Americans. The idea that people like yourself would condone any action that would cause these individuals harm, ridicule, or worse the loss of their job is so un-Christian-like that it's simply cringe-worthy. The utter gall to call yourself a Christian when you carry around such venomous hate towards others. God surely is ashamed that you, and others like you, with all your Bible-thumping rhetoric, have never managed to learn the true meaning of forgiveness, love, and acceptance. Shame on you!

    Todd Headlee
    Scottsdale, AZ


    I encourage any and all of you to take the time and let this woman know how you feel. I know I feel much better now... icon_lol.gif


    Only a self-hater could write that open letter! icon_wink.gif lol

    Great job, you worded that perfectly!
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Feb 09, 2012 11:24 PM GMT
    TropicalMark said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    I encourage any and all of you to take the time and let this woman know how you feel. I know I feel much better now... icon_lol.gif
    She could care less about what "homosexuals" think....... trust me.


    It was still worth giving her a piece of my mind though
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    Feb 09, 2012 11:29 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidWhy is this really THAT shocking? icon_rolleyes.gif Bill O'Reilly is not an extremist, he's pretty moderate.


    Have you seen him express his views on homosexuality? He is no Fred Phelps but neither has he been friendly to gay rights (unless he has changed his tone since I stopped watching him several years ago). Plus he works on Fox and it took guts to do what he did considering his audience. So it is surprising.
  • ChilaxinJOCK0...

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    Feb 09, 2012 11:29 PM GMT
    Yea, I think this was his version of trying to look somewhat un-archaic. Hes still a total narcissist with a HUUUUUUGE self loving ego, but it was nice to see him actually tell this idiot that shes wrong.
  • Mepark

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    Feb 09, 2012 11:32 PM GMT
    TropicalMark said
    coolarmydude saidI don't trust Bill O'Reilly's position on this, even if I agree. I think he wants to lay some groundwork, so to speak, when it comes time when a liberal organization calls for the removal of some conservative or religious figure from the same kind of position because of their anti-gay rhetoric.

    Don't trust Bill O!
    If you noticed, Bill prefaced the entire segment, and said it repeatedly, that this was a "business" issue for him.. I dont trust him either.


    Well, it is a "business" deal. What else exactly is it? Hiring a gay person as a spokesperson either because she's effective and has a good resume OR because she will attract "new" customers. Spells "business" to me.

    Go Bill, nonetheless!!
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    Feb 09, 2012 11:37 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie saidWhy is this really THAT shocking? icon_rolleyes.gif Bill O'Reilly is not an extremist, he's pretty moderate.


    Have you seen him express his views on homosexuality? He is no Fred Phelps but neither has he been friendly to gay rights. Plus he works on Fox and it took guts to do what he did considering his audience. So it is surprising.


    Yes I have but he mainly just sticks to the not being in favor of gay marriage thing. He doesn't attack gay people for being gay or talk about "sinful lifestyles" or anything.

    Times are changing and he knows it. The cartridges of anti-gay activism are being burned through fast and the GOP establishment is aware of this. They are trying to figure out how to keep the evangelical and religious extremist votes as well as the moderates and libertarians and it isn't an easy task. Republicans know they need to keep finding populist and divisive wedge issues in order to retain votes that would otherwise be easily swayed to the other side which doesn't have to work very hard when their platform is all about more handouts and entitlements.
  • neosyllogy

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    Feb 09, 2012 11:40 PM GMT
    That was... weird.
    And while I appreciate the spirit in which his point was expressed (ant-"witch hunt") I'm not sure that I agree with him.
    He seems to support the idea of people boycotting based on an employee hire, but not "demanding" that they be fired. If the demand has no legal weight and no other weight than the de facto threat of a boycott I think they're pretty much equivalent. Perhaps the distinction he making is in the tone, one of compulsion versus non-cooperation. If so I commend that, though I'm not sure there's a significant difference in a case like this (I do prefer the manners of a boycott though, which suggests the boycotters are aware of their opinion being theirs and aren't trying to suggest "moral majority" status).

    By comparison, if, say, a kkk member were a spokesperson for some company I would certainly boycott that company. Per what may be Bill's point though I probably wouldn't pose my complaint as a "demand".

    Interesting anyway.
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    Feb 09, 2012 11:42 PM GMT
    coolarmydude said


    My "spidey" senses go off at the 1:10 mark. Listen to Bill O'Reilly carefully:

    "But you have a right to your opinion and we respect that opinion. Even Fox News Channel, I think, has made a tremendous contribution to the country by respecting traditional opinion."

    "Traditional opinion" is conservative opinion. If he was really talking about opinion in the democratic sense, he would have said, "tradition of opinion."


    Yeah, he was saying traditional opinion, as in "social conservative" opinion. I don't think he's trying to hide that. Not sure it's either her or there with regard to his opinion on the demand to fire an employee based on his/her lifestyle.
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    Feb 10, 2012 12:06 AM GMT
    coolarmydude saidI don't trust Bill O'Reilly's position on this, even if I agree. I think he wants to lay some groundwork, so to speak, when it comes time when a liberal organization calls for the removal of some conservative or religious figure from the same kind of position because of their anti-gay rhetoric.

    Don't trust Bill O!


    +1

    I also want to add at first I was sure it was an altered video and watched it looking for something wrong. And by the end I then guessed Bill must be on a hell of a lot of pain meds.