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  •  At least O'Reilly is not afraid of debate... (0+ / 0-)

    Post a non progressive message here and you are promptly deleted.  

    Bill O'Reilly may be many things but a coward he's not.  You can't say that about the left wing blogosphere, especially this one.

    Read this post while you can!  The thought police are nervously searching this blog for anything but liberal yes man language!  Conservative opinion?!?! Ahhhh!!!!!

    •  Not true (0+ / 0-)

      ...people who disagree with O'Reilly are shouted down every night.  His idea of debate is Neil Boortz vs. Sean Hannity.

    •  He hides behind lies and half truths (0+ / 0-)

      Thats a coward

      I'm a Second Amendment Liberal...and anyone that isn't has a pre-Bush mentality. It can happen here. Its a big tent, you don't mind if I sit here do you?

      by jrflorida on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 11:19:27 AM PDT

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    •  debate is using (1+ / 0-)
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      fact, logic, and reason to make an argument.  Include those characteristics in your post and you will have no fear of being silenced and people actually will engage you in a debate.  

      "Non-progressives" have posted here and folks have engaged in healthy dialogue with them.  

      Bill O'Reilly is a coward because he props up lies as the truth.

      •  Maybe I'm missing something... (0+ / 0-)

        I don't see any conservatives on this site at all, they are deleted daily.  None of the posts deleted have swearing or are offensive in any way, other than the fact that they are not liberal talking points such as "Bush lied", etc.  There is much much MUCH more hatred in the voice of "progressive" posters here than the 1 or 2 conservatives that get past the automatic deletion.

        It all goes back to the double standards there are for liberals like the fairness doctrine.  Liberals need to wipe out all opposing ideas because they know they're far left ideology does not fit what most Americans believe.

    •  Not a coward? (1+ / 0-)
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      Doesn't he HIDE behind lies. Isn't he AFRAID of the truth? Sounds like a coward to me. One with a big, fat mouth.

      And thanks for the post. Nice to speak truth to stupidity.

      (Bush) believes the same thing Wednesday that he believed on Monday, no matter what happened Tuesday. -- Colbert

      by makemefree on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 11:31:07 AM PDT

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    •  Too funny (2+ / 0-)
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      He's not afraid of debate?  Like when he cut the mic of a man whose father was killed on 9/11, shouting, "Shut up, shut up," because Bill didn't like his views?  

      Wake up and smell the falafel.  

      Arrogant lips are unsuited to a fool-- how much worse lying lips to a ruler - Proverbs 17:7

      by Barbara Morrill on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 11:32:47 AM PDT

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      •  I saw that show.. (0+ / 1-)
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        This feeds into the feeling that many liberals have that if they had something tragic happen to them they are above reproach.  It is O'Reilly's show and if they gentleman in question would not allow him to retort, he has every right to cut him off.

        Just like Bush had every right to fire 7 attorneys if he chooses when Bill Clinton fired every last one when he was in office.

        Double standard.

        •  Baloney (0+ / 0-)

          O'Reilly didn't like what he had to say about Bush and 9/11.

          And your comment about US Attorneys is ridiculous. Try reading the transcripts from the hearing instead of relying on Fox News.  

          Now if you excuse me, I won't waste anymore time on a troll.  

          Arrogant lips are unsuited to a fool-- how much worse lying lips to a ruler - Proverbs 17:7

          by Barbara Morrill on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 11:47:10 AM PDT

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        •  Right... (0+ / 0-)

          This feeds into the feeling that many liberals have that if they had something tragic happen to them they are above reproach.

          Oh, and it's much better when many Republicans wrap themselves in a flag and hold a cross in order to avoid criticism on their failed policies?

          •  Ok, heard that before... (0+ / 1-)
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            I don't believe they do that.  Name a specific instance Bush "wrapped himself in a flag and held a cross" in order to avoid criticism on his "failed policies"?

            •  Here you go. (0+ / 0-)

              First off, I didn't single out just Bush.  I said Republicans.  You went straight to Bush.  So, here's one about Bush and his Iraq failure:

              "There is a higher father that I appeal to." Bush has also stated, "I'm driven with a mission from God. ...God would tell me, 'George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq...'

              And since I said Republicans and not Bush, here's one from Rush:

              BUSH [clip]: I will never question the patriotism of somebody who disagrees with me. This has nothing to do with patriotism.

              LIMBAUGH: I want to respectfully disagree with the president on the last part of what he said. I am going to challenge the patriotism of people who disagree with him because the people that disagree with him want to lose. And I want ask you people a question. What is patriotic about losing? Why can't we question their patriotism? We most certainly can. We most certainly should. Damn straight, we should.

        •  How does it feel.... (0+ / 0-)

 be in an ever shrinking minority? Every day fewer people in our country agree with you.

          •  Shrinking minority? (0+ / 0-)

            Well since congress' approval numbers are lower than the President's and Americans view of the Iraq war (which your side won't even call a war), I could ask you the same question!

            •  Silly, really. (1+ / 0-)
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              Congress' approval is always lower than the presidents.  More targets.  You're comparing apples and oranges.  Executives with legislatives.

              Let's compare executives v. executives.

              Bush's DISapproval rate: 65%.  The only president higher?  Nixon.  The week before he resigned.

              Yup.  You are are in the majority, aren't you?

            •  Losing Power and Screaming Louder (0+ / 0-)

              Your ideology has lost the House, Lost the Senate, and it will lose the Executive Branch in the upcoming Elections.

              Republican Andrew Sullivan said recently that his party, the GOP "is headed for a wipeout of collosal proportions" in the upcoming elections.

              I'll bet you think the Iraq war is being won!  I'll bet you don't blame the Bush Cheney Administration or the GOP for anything going wrong there!  I'll bet that you agree with 100% of what the Administrationis doing....

              When your ideology is completely out of power and you, Michelle Malkin, Neil Boortz, Michael Savage and Sean Hannity are cooking weenies over an open fire in the Wilderness...

              ....think back to this blog and these postings and remember this:  I TOLD YOU SO!

          •  It's sad isn't it? (1+ / 0-)
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            He's a part of the 25% who still support Bush and still pretends that we are extremists.  It's what you can expect from anyone who relies on Fox for their only source of news.

            And did you notice, he hasn't managed to address what this story is about.  Facing reality is pretty tough when you're here to defend someone like Bill O'Reilly.  

            Arrogant lips are unsuited to a fool-- how much worse lying lips to a ruler - Proverbs 17:7

            by Barbara Morrill on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 12:08:43 PM PDT

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      •  For the next few minutes (0+ / 0-)

        It's a fact that conservatives are not allowed here because they go against the liberal "Yes man" party line.  

        Wait and see...over half of Kos' job is to nervously search every post and make sure you say and believe everything he's saying or you're out.

        It's ok, as I said I know liberals can't win in the arena of ideas so squashing different opinions is one of the only ways you can win.

        •  Liberal "Yes man" party line? (0+ / 0-)

          'Yes man' party line?  Where have you been recently?  There's never been as much marching in line as the Republican party of the past 6 years.  Heck Karl Rove even has to hold regular party theme meetings with different departments to make sure they all get their talking points down pat.

          And to address your "liberals can't win in the arena of ideas:"  How come an overwhelming majority of Americans disagree with Bush and friend on the war, global warming, and health care?

          Seems like your side is having a tough time coming up with winning ideas.

          •  There's a difference between being a "yes man"... (0+ / 0-)

            ...and standing by their President.  Not a single liberal candidate has a solution for the situation in the middle east.  You and your Presidential hopefuls can only say over and over "Bush lied" (he didn't, or Clinton, Gore and many others did as well), "The surge isn't working" (It clearly is) or "The war is lost" (as you well know, liberals have to lose this war, they are invested in defeat in Iraq).

            I see no definitive proof that an "overwhelming majority of Americans" disagree with Bush on global warming and health care.  The global warming farce has just as many non-believers and believers and there is no proof that man made emmisions are causing climate change.  On top of that you have Al Gore and John Edwards, who wants all of us to change how we live but they themselves waste far more fuel and energy than the average person.  Hypocritical?

            I think both sides are having a hard time coming up with winning ideas, but at least Republicans are trying...

            •  Dear Republican Visitor: (1+ / 0-)
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              Bush and Cheney lied when with their fear-mongering on Saddam and nuclear weapons. They lied when they implied connections between 9/11 terrorists and Saddam.

              Yes, everyone thought Saddam did have chem/biological weapons (which Reagan/Bush/Rumsfeld supplied to him during the Iran/Iraq war of the 80s). However, even if he had them (or even nukes), he didn't present an imminent threat to the US because:

              • he didn't have missile that could hit the US. His range was limited to 200Km.
              • he didn't have established connections to AL Queda (Bush/Cheney were lying about it, but NIE ect fully disputed that).

              Since Bush wasn't an imminent threat, but Al Queda and Bin Laden (Bush cartel's family friend) were indeed continuing threats, there was no reason to divert limited resources into preemptively invading Iraq.

              In order to ensure that Saddam complied with the UN resolutions, a build up may have been necessary, but an actually invasion was not necessary, as Saddam did let the UN inspectors in. Guess what? UN inspectors gave a report on March 7, 2003 essentially ruling out nukes or nuke programs, declaring they found no chem/bio weapons, and were begging for 2-3 months to finish their work and certify the situation (which would have shown that Saddam DID NOT have either WMD or nuclear programs).

              Bush pulled the inspectors and launched the invasion, very likely because he didn't want the truth to come out and he was hell bent on removing Saddam.


              Cheney and Bush LIED.

              If Global warming is a "planetary emergency," you have no choice but to run, Mr. Gore.

              by NeuvoLiberal on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 12:28:02 PM PDT

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            •  Where have you been? (0+ / 0-)

              'Standing by their president?'  If you saw your friend ramming his head against a brick wall, bleeding, would you stand by him or suggest maybe he stop banging his head against the wall?

              And plenty of liberals have come up with options in the middle east.  Can we call any of them solutions?  No.  Because we don't know if they will solve the problem.  But we know what hasn't solved the problem: the Bush administrations attempts.  America is tired of Bush's "wait, let me try this" approach.  He's used up his do-overs.

              The surges is working?  Which part?  The increased violence or the more dead American's and Iraqis?

              It is soooooooooooooooooooooo obvious you watch Fox News and listen to conservative pundits when you pull out the talking point phrases 'invested in defeat.'  What a silly and meaningless phrase.  Explain how you 'invest in defeat.'  Difficulty: no other bumpersticker phrases.

              And if you can't see the overwhelming majority of Americans disagreeing with Bush on global warming and healthcare, you need to hit the channel up button on your remote and get off of Fox News.  You won't see that information there.  

              Global Warming:

              Health Care:

            •  "I see no definititive proof...." (0+ / 0-)

              ...of course you don't!  You're watching Faux News!

            •  Dear Republican Visitor (Part Deux): (2+ / 0-)

              Please visit the following to learn more about global warming science. Don't forget, it's your planet too, and your own children/grand children would need it to be in good health.

              Important Global Warming Links
              July 25, 2007

              1. Climate change: A guide for the perplexed, by Michael Le Page, 16 May 2007, Link.
              1. How We Know Humans Cause Global Warming, by Dr. Bill Chameides, Environmental Defense, June/July 2007. Link.
              1. Swindles in the "The Great Global Warming Swindle", by Dr. Lisa Moore, Environmental Defense, July 11, 2007. Link.
              1. The Warming of the Earth, A beginner's guide to understanding the issue of global warming, Woods Hole Research Center, MA. Link.
              1. tamino's Blog, Open Mind. A powerful and very interactive blog. These posts, in particular, are a must read: Swindler¡Çs List, April 22nd, 2007; There Goes the Sun, July 12th, 2007; Latest Trends in CO2, June 20th, 2007; Questions and Answers, March 7th, 2007. If anyone has any questions about global warming, this blog would be a good place to post them.
              1. How to Talk to a Climate Skeptic, by Gristmill
              1. RealClimate.Org's Start Here page.

              If Global warming is a "planetary emergency," you have no choice but to run, Mr. Gore.

              by NeuvoLiberal on Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 01:30:40 PM PDT

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