O’Reilly on Sun News

Charles Adler slobbers over Fox News star Bill O’Reilly in hopes of casting some reflected attention on his obscure Sun TV program.

I wonder if O’Reilly’s latest book will suffer the same fate as his last tome when copies of it were donated to a forward base of the U.S. military in Afghanistan?

13 Replies to “O’Reilly on Sun News”

  1. Charles Adler has to be one of the worst partisan hacks…

    I wonder if he swallowed after that interview…

  2. Heh. Except for David Aiken, Sun’s TV hosts are all insufferable right-wing blowhards. Maybe they should give their stablemate Kinsella a show to make it “fair and balanced”…

  3. CWTF: No, I hadn’t seen that painful bit of hilarity. It’s unfortunate that the encounter descended to the scatological level it did at the end, but not surprising given Levant’s predisposition from the outset to make the protest seem ridiculous and nonsensical.

  4. “…ridiculous and nonsensical”

    Ironic, as those are among the best adjectives one could use when describing Ezra Levant.

  5. Mic check………………………..
    Mic check………………………….
    Mic check……………………………….

    Fucking communists.

    “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first. ”

    Thomas Jefferson

    Start the revolution.

  6. Rotter: Swing and a miss… Again!

    Do you seriously think that Larry King is the equivalent of Bill O’Reilly in terms of being an ideological mouthpiece?

    Yes, I realize that Adler’s interview was the “friendly” type and duly note your comparison, but at the same time, they are quite different. Strobo’s interview was more about probing King regarding his career and insights about being an interlocutor to celebrities… It really had nothing to do with politics at all.

    Adler, on the other hand, was just serving up political softballs to Bill O and letting him strike at them with almost no interrogative follow-up.

    That you see these two things as being basically the same says a lot about your depth of perception… or lack thereof.

  7. I guess he could have introduced King as the former bottom host, of the bottom network, but was wisely kind. He was being friendly, as was Alder. Both interviews had plenty of friendly followup.

    “That you see these two things as being basically the same says a lot about your depth of perception… or lack thereof”

    If that comment gives you self confidence, I am glad to be of help.

  8. I imagine he realizes now it could have been the BEST thing to happen to him right now, and he blew it. When manna fell from Heaven, he called 9-1-1.

    Worse than blew it. There’s at least one recording of it all.

  9. (On the matter of unfortunate recordings, the above was meant to be re Ford. Irony, you cruel lover!)

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