(video) Bill O’Reilly Flips Out — Truly ‘Fair and Balanced’ People Don’t Do This

Watch how he warms up to America with a smile at the end, anyway.
These are conmen = confidence-men

Dysfunctionality:
O’Reilly is the abuser
Who are the enablers?

Why would anyone trust this man?
Sure, it’s years later, but he hasn’t changed.

Look at how he excoriates real patriots on-camera
Or consider his scandal while on FOX—the staff women he paid off to keep silent

This is The Spin Zone:
Those who watch him are being spun

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dpZb2zKx0U]Bill O’Reilly Flips Out – Full version uncut

Bill O’Reilly loses his cool while anchoring Inside Edition, after a teleprompter glitch, followed by an absence of clear direction from the crew. Keith Olbermann is only too happy to make the introduction to the clip.

Warning:
Unbleeped version for those who are still unconvinced
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_HyZ5aW76c]Bill O’Reilly Goes Nuts

Bill getting upset during a filming of Inside Edition.

Media Smeared Paul For Racism, Ignored McCain’s “Gook”/Hate Comments

From: Prison Planet

Media Smeared Paul For Racism, Ignored McCain’s “Gook” Comments
Corporate establishment machine protects its cherished war candidate

A shining example of how the media engaged in a witch hunt as part a coordinated campaign to sink the presidential campaign of Congressman Ron Paul is when they attacked him for vaguely racist comments made by other people in the 80’s, while completely ignoring the fact that Republican frontrunner John McCain openly said he hated “gooks” more recently.

James Kirchick’s New Republic hit piece, which was echoed by every sector of the establishment media for weeks on end, was a vitriolic, biased, and agenda-driven smear attack that lumped in half-truths, outright lies and guilt by association in an attempt to demonize Ron Paul as a racist.

Bear in mind that the comments Kirchick based his article on were largely drawn from newsletters put out in the 1980’s of which Ron Paul had no editorial control over. Despite the fact that the comments were made by other people, Ron Paul apologized anyway and yet the feeding frenzy that ensued blatantly exposed the fact that the establishment had been chomping at the bit to seize on anything negative to attack the Congressman with.

Meanwhile, John “Keating Five”, ahem I mean John “anti-corruption” McCain, disgracefully said he hated “gooks” in public for assembled reporters to hear during his previous presidential campaign in 2000.
“I hated the gooks. I will hate them as long as I live,” McCain said on his campaign bus.

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Related article on McCain’s rage: Skousen: Pulling Strings for John McCain

Huckabee Jokes About Shooting Romney for Airing Negative Ads

Cut to footage of Huckabee speaking with reporters in the field at the conclusion of his hunt, still dressed in field gear.

MIKE HUCKABEE: It proved that you can shoot, and if someone really messes with you with negative campaign ads, they just need to be prepared.

COWAN: It was a dig at Mitt Romney, who he’s edged out in the polls here, but statistically still a toss-up between the two.

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Yet another odd statment from Huck, and more of the MSM laughing it off. The CBS Early Show this morning played a clip of Huckabee out in the field. A reporter can be heard asking “Governor, you like to speak in metaphors. What’s the metaphor here?” Huckabee responds “don’t get in my way.” CBS had introduced the clip by calling it an example of Huckabee’s “folksy wit.”

A bit later, Early Show host Russ Mitchell interviewed Huckabee. Referring to the clip, Mitchell said “of course you were teasing,” and was about to move to another matter, when Huckabee interrupted him: “No Russ, I wasn’t teasing. I was serious: don’t get in my way.”

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Related:

Pastor Baldwin: Huckabee is Bush on Steroids–a Man Globalists Can Trust

Mike Huckabee: “If you vote for me you live. If you don’t…”

Mike Huckabee Can Be Mean, Flirts with Vulgarity

[music video] Barry McGuire – “Eve of Destruction”

Barry McGuire at approximately age-70, belting out his classic, “Eve of Destruction,” with Don & Wendy Francisco–Boston, July 2004.

[Volume is a bit soft until the song starts]

 

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The newer, last verse is especially descriptive of today:

“We can…hate our next door neighbor but don’t forget to say grace.”