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Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-02-09

Civil discourse, how does that work? What's the strategy of granting dickface an interview?

Corman's Inferno - 2011-02-09

Obama is still trying to placate the cena_marks who want him impeached, dead, or both. THEY ARE NEVER GOING TO LIKE YOU, OBAMA. MOVE THE FUCK ON, ALREADY.

Senator_Unger - 2011-02-09

Nice guys make the worst Presidents. My perfect President would be Howard Dean screaming at Republicans for 8 years.

Robin Kestrel - 2011-02-09

Hear, hear. That would be glorious.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-09

Whoreman's inFURno: I'm not a liberal I've never wished such ill upon Obama.
Senator Unger: That makes sense in the case of Jimmy Carter, Yet Reagan was nice and he was great.

Corman's Inferno - 2011-02-09

I'm confused by your insult, Cena. Are you trying to say I'm a furry? That I don't fuck fur coats? Also, you know goddamn well I'm talking about the mouthbreathers who make up Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin's fanbase.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-09

Then why did you say "Obama is still trying to placate the cena_marks" when you were actually referring to the Palin and Beck fans. You know damn well I hate them both.
And yes I was calling you a furry.

Bootymarch - 2011-02-09

Did you really just say Reagan was great?

Ronald Reagan?


Corman's Inferno - 2011-02-09

Thank you for clarifying. Also -


"Sarah Palin's resignation speech
07/03/09, 20:10

Like Cincinattus there have been few examples of politicians giving up power. In her case she did it for the people of Alaska and her family. The media picked the president, then the media made the Alaskan governor step down. Shame on the media right here, journalism is dead.
She would have been a better president than Obama. At least she would have done something better than the "Stimulus package."
As we approach double digit unemployment, we'll see its failure, but the media won't.



Cena_mark - 2011-02-09

Whoreman: 1. I made that comment before she became the obnoxious face of the Tea Party that she is now.
2. I said she'd be a better president than Obama and that stimulus package was a bad Idea. I did not insult Obama.
You should work for Racheal Maddow the way you tried to warp my past comments without context.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-02-10

Calling him "Whoreman" as an insult is like us calling you "Penis_Bark" or "Queena_Narc" or something. I could probably come up with something better if I CARED.

James Woods - 2011-02-11

5 for Cena's consistently horrible name distortions/"insults".

Innocent Bystander - 2011-02-09

Somebody wanna find the clip where Billo says that you have to support the president, even if he wasn't the one you voted for?

C. Eloi Marx - 2011-02-09

O'Reilly's an ass, but this sort of political schizophrenia comes from the fact that the US President is both head of state and head of government. It's an uncommon situation in democratic republics.

chumbucket - 2011-02-09

the "tough boys" comment is so O'Reilly. I rewound that on the DVR like 5 times just to keep my laugh rolling.

citrusmirakel - 2011-02-09

God damn it, we're at war.

HP Lovesauce - 2011-02-09

Well, to be fair to Billo, Obama is one o' them 'uppity negros'.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-02-09

The reason it appears so ugly is that O'Reilly's interviews are rarely presented live. He usually has a chance to edit out his most egregious examples of rudeness.

That said, his no-dick little attempt to kiss ass at the end was pretty much his M.O. from the beginning.

StanleyPain - 2011-02-09


mashedtater - 2011-02-09

jesus christ on a crutch

futurebot - 2011-02-09

"showing disrespect to the face of the sitting President"?


Cena_mark - 2011-02-09

I agree wholeheartedly with you here futurebot. These libs can't talk shit when it comes to showing respect for the president. The shit I heard libs say about W was shameful.
I disagree with most of Obama's politics, but I respect the office and the top of my Chain of Command.

simon666 - 2011-02-09

The libs/conservatives or democrat/republican binaries are false dichotomies because none of these groups are totally homogenous; there is tons of conflicting opinions in each. Using the binary only allows a person from one group to demonize the other group in power so they make take power, or to defend themselves from the group trying to take their power.

pastorofmuppets - 2011-02-09

Why is this hypothetical? Bush was president for 8 years, and as we know, everyone in the media is liberal. So did anyone interrupt him to this degree?

Anaxagoras - 2011-02-09

O'Reilly comes off like a blowhard as usual, but the description for this clip confuses me. What's the matter with interrupting the President? One of the core principles of our nation is that we're all equal, and the President is just another guy. (or girl) If you think he's full of shit, by all means interrupt him.

jangbones - 2011-02-09

I don't disagree with your principle but do you really think that 48 interruptions make for a good interview with anybody?

Supahfly - 2011-02-09

Basic courtesy is all that is needed. Perhaps the President demands a little more respect than others. He doesn't have to be treated as a superior, but at least show the man respect by letting him finish a sentence.

joelkazoo - 2011-02-09

Can someone tell me how exactly the President being "preoccupied" is a bad thing?

Cena_mark - 2011-02-09

Most of the time its not interruption its just O'reilly keeping the pace of the interview. They're keeping it civil and they are getting some good discourse its just Bill is tough interviewer.

Umaro - 2011-02-09

No, it's straight up interruption and that's something Bill does. Regardless of Dems, Republicans, or any politics, this is a stupid and worthless way to interview someone. He shows little respect to anyone.

Cena_mark - 2011-02-09

I respect the Pres for having the courage to face O'reilly. And about the interruptions, Obama knew what he was getting into.

Jellyneck - 2011-02-09

It is O'Reilly being a bully, plain and simple. It looks like the white house staff gave them both chairs at the same height, so his next best trick to assert dominance was to try and keep his subject off balance verbally.

Umaro - 2011-02-12

^Above poster is correct.

Meerkat - 2011-02-09

But did he call him "Dude"?

Cena_mark - 2011-02-10

John Stuart did it and you libs didn't think anything was wrong with that.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-02-10

Dick goes in, dick goes out. Never a miscommunication.

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