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By: Steve - September 18, 2014 - 10:00am
O'Reilly loves to report on polls about the Obama job approval and tell you how much Democrats are hated by the American people, without ever telling you that Republican numbers are even worse. He acts like everyone supports the Republicans so you should vote them into office, when the exact opposite is true, and when you go issue by issue the vast majority of Americans support Democratic positions more than they do Republican positions.
A new poll from the Washington Post shows that an astounding 72 percent of Americans say they are unhappy with Republicans in Congress.
Yes, you heard that right, 72% of the American people do not like what Republicans are doing, and yet O'Reilly supports it all and claims the American people are behind them and want what the Republicans are selling. When the opposite is true.
The poll, conducted by the Washington Post and ABC News and released last week, found that only 54 percent and 61 percent said they disapprove of Obama and Democrats.
Republicans approval rating has been terrible for years, and Congress as a whole is almost universally disliked.
According to the The Upshot, the GOP's chances of a Senate majority may come down to "who's more unloved, Obama or the GOP."
As November nears, Democrats are doubling down efforts to keep the Senate.
Last week, Obama told NBC's "Meet The Press" that "it makes a big difference if we've got at least one branch in Congress," even if they can't take back the House.
Just remember this folks, Obama and the Democrats are not perfect and have made some political mistakes, but the Republicans are far worse. We saw that with Bush and Cheney, they put us into a new great depression and almost crashed the economy. Do not forget what Bush and Cheney did, they sold out to the wealthy and the corporate interests and it almost ruined our entire economy.
O'Reilly and the right want you to forget about Bush and Cheney, and what they did, that is why they never mention either one of them. Do not forget, vote Democratic in the next elections.
The Tuesday 9-16-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 17, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Fighting and defeating ISIS, Part Two. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: As we told you last night, President Obama's strategy of arming disorganized Syrians to defeat a well-trained terror army will never work. The president knows that, but he's afraid to tell the American people the truth -- that sooner or later U.S. forces will have to engage ISIS. It's already happening. There are now close to 2,000 U.S. troops on the ground in Iraq, providing support for the Kurds and those Iraqi army units that will actually fight.Then Col. Tony Shaffer and Col. David Hunt were on to talk about their plans on how to confront the ISIS threat.
Shaffer said he would persuade U.S. allies in the region to send troops to Iraq and Syria. "We have effective forces, who want to fight. The Egyptians, the Jordanians and all of these other elements that are ready to go. We've invested in these folks for decades."
But of course the neo-con hack O'Reilly (who was wrong on Itraq btw) did not think Shaffer's plan was realistic, saying this: "Look, if that can happen, that would be great. I'm just not seeing it as a real possibility."
Col. Hunt said his plan relied on shutting down the Iraq-Syrian border. "I would go to Iraq first and build an economic, political, religious coalition of moderate Muslims before I went into Syria. But you have to seal the Iraq/Syria border first."
Both Shaffer and Hunt then agreed that the U.S. must also arm surrogate groups in Iraq to fight with guidance of American advisers on the ground.
But the cable tv news host still disagreed with his own military experts, saying he remained un-persuaded. "I don't think this ISIS group is going to go down with surrogates, I just don't."
O'Reilly said his plan would be to send assassination teams to Iraq: "This is one hell of a mess, all right. And even the finest minds are grasping for how to get these guys. And I would send in assassination teams, that's what I would do. I would use the surrogates, but their orders would be you kill every single ISIS person you can."
Now remember this, O'Reilly has never held an elected office, does not have access to the secret intelligence reports on Iraq, Syria, or ISIS, and never been in the military. He is just a biased cable tv news show host, and yet he is saying we should listen to him, and not the military experts, it's just laughable. Especially when he was totally wrong on Iraq and has no credibility on military issues.
Then O'Reilly quoted Pope Francis recent statement about ISIS: "In these cases where there is an unjust aggression, I can only say that it is licit to stop the unjust aggressor. I underscore the verb stop. I'm not saying bomb or make war, just stop."
O'Reilly asked Father Morris what Pope Francis meant by his statement. Father Morris compared the situation with ISIS to being in a room in which someone is trying to kill your mother.
Morris said this: "What the Pope is saying not only do you have a right but you have a responsibility to stop that person. And unfortunately when there's an unjust aggressor who's going in with a knife, for example, you can't just talk that person down. You stop them with the least amount of force necessary in order to keep them from doing a very bad thing."
Father Brisotti disagreed, saying the U.S. should do only things like cut off ISIS oil sales rather than fight a war. "I would come at it from the fundamental presumption would be against war coming from the Christian tradition and papal documents. We could organize to stop whoever is buying the oil that they're selling."
Then Monica Crowley & Kirsten Powers were on to talk about Texas authorities who recently charged Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson with felony child abuse. Peterson's legal woes came just days after video emerged of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his wife with a punch. O'Reilly asked Kirsten Powers and Monica Crowley what they would do about Peterson and Rice if they were commissioner of the NFL.
Powers said she would suspend both Peterson and Ray Rice for the season. "I don't think either of them would play this week or this year. I think that they should be suspended for a year." Powers also said she would reinstate Rice and Peterson next season if they successfully completed counseling.
Crowley agreed that both players should face year-long suspensions, but said she definitely would not support a lifetime ban for either Rice or Peterson. "I think nobody wants to be in the position that's even looking like they're condoning or excusing domestic violence, child abuse, any kind of crime. What I disagree with is that there are calls for permanent suspension, there are calls for banning some of these people for life."
Then Charles Krauthammer was on, he talked about how the president could convince the American people to effectively fight ISIS.
Krauthammer said this: "You're going to need a president who's committed, who's going to make the case, but who will say this, 'This is not a naked U.S. invasion. It's not going to be just American tanks rolling down as we did in 2003. But the most important element, the one that wasn't mentioned on this show at all, and has to be, is going to be the Anbar Sunni tribesmen."
Krauthammer also said this: "This is not as if this is a new script. The script was written by David Petraeus in 2008 and 2007. That is the only way this is going to work. You're going to have to have the Sunni tribes flip a third time. They supported al-Qaeda in Iraq at the beginning of the war and then they flipped. Petraeus did that during the surge, supported by American troops."
And that was the end of the show, no tip of the day, which is great because they are usually garbage and that's in the rare times when O'Reilly even does a tip of the day, usually he just promotes a book or a project he is doing.
Bill Clinton Truth Alert: Republicans Are Koch Brothers Clones
By: Steve - September 17, 2014 - 10:00am
Former president Bill Clinton pulled no punches when talking about the Republican Party. Clinton called Mitch McConnell and the other Republicans clones of the Koch brothers.
Former President Clinton described the Republican strategy, saying this:
CLINTON: Half the time, they're not even running against their opponents. They're trying to get you to check your brain at the door, start foaming at the mouth. The last thing they want you to do is think. Now, here's something I read the other day, and I read it twice to make sure that I wouldn't misrepresent it to you.Clinton is correct. The Republican Party has sold itself out to the Koch brothers. The agenda they are pursuing is the Koch brothers agenda.
Republicans members of the House and Senate don't represent the people who live in their states. Republicans are representing the right-wing billionaires that are paying for their political campaigns. Republicans don't care about regular people anymore. Working people aren't in the field of vision for the Republican members of Congress.
Mitch McConnell's admission that the Koch brothers are the ones calling the shots in the Republican Party was confirmation of what anyone who has been paying attention to American politics since the Citizens United decision already understood. The Republican Party is only interested in representing the interests of their biggest donors.
The bad news for the Koch brothers is that there is nowhere left for them to hide.
Their secret political operation has been exposed. A vote for a Republican this November is a vote for the Koch takeover of the government. When powerful voices like Bill Clinton start calling out the Kochs and their puppets, the jig is up.
The American people are catching on to the Kochs, and even former President Clinton is sounding the alarm.
But of course O'Reilly has ignored it all, because he is a Republican, he supports the Koch brothers, and he likes what the Republican party is doing.
The Monday 9-15-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 16, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Taking the Fight to ISIS. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: A new Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll says just 28 percent of Americans are confident President Obama will be able to defeat the ISIS terror threat. Twenty-eight percent. Sixty-eight percent have their doubts. The reason Americans are tentative about their commander-in-chief is that he has not been assertive in using U.S. power, and indeed seems to be somewhat ashamed of it.O'Reilly is so full of it, O'Reilly says Obama does not want to put troops in harms way because he is a liberal, which is just laughable. Obama is trying to form a coalition, the same thing Bush did, that O'Reilly supported then. And the American people do not support troops on the ground, so Obama is just going by the will of the people, not his liberal ideology as O'Reilly claimed.
A lot of Republicans even do not want troops on the ground, only the far far right idiots like O'Reilly do. I heard one right-wing idiot even say that liberals would not support troops on the ground if we were attacked here in America, which is laughable, because we would. O'Reilly is simply a right-wing propaganda machine.
Then Brit Hume was on, with no Democratic guest for balance, and of course Hume agreed with O'Reilly and surmised that the reason President Obama is having difficulty forming an international coalition against ISIS is because his plan is "half baked" and that Obama is not "really committed to it."
O'Reilly said this: "That's why we need a declaration of war. It's a psychological" tool and also gives "the legal authority to hunt them down."
Brit said he believes the American people want Obama to do more to defeat ISIS. O'Reilly argued the only way the to defeat ISIS is for American forces to be embedded with Iraqi and Kurdish soldiers along with the use massive U.S. airpower.
O'Reilly said this: "You can talk a good game, but when you strip it away, every military analyst says the same thing. You are not going to get these guys unless you have some Americans on the ground helping the other forces directing them right in to get them. That's it."
Then Juan Williams & Mary Katharine Ham were on. O'Reilly said that a Wall Street Journal-NBC News polls shows most Americans do not believe President Obama will effectively wage war against the ISIS terrorists.
Williams disagreed, and said what Obama is doing to confront ISIS is both wise and widely supported by the American people. "What Obama is doing in terms of the air strikes, no boots on the ground, you know, creating a coalition, potentially having Muslims fighting Muslims, that's letter and verse what the American people want done. And the American people are reluctant warriors except to the extent that we don't want to repeat the errors of 10 years ago and get locked into some, you know ancient dispute."
Mary K. Ham said this: "I think the American people, they believe in American power, but their will does need to be buoyed. You have to make that argument, you have Obama who doesn't want to make the case to Congress. And you have a Congress who's happy to have him not make the case, because they don't want to have their names on it."
Williams ended the segment with a warning to O'Reilly, saying this: "Be careful not to become a warmonger my friend."
Haha, too late Juan, O'Reilly is already a warmonger, has been for years and always will be.
Then Bernie Goldberg was on to talk about why NFL fans continue to support NFL players who have allegedly committed domestic violence or child abuse. With no Democratic guest for balance.
Goldberg said this: "I interviewed a sports psychologist, a college professor. And he said that, with institutions in America crumbling and breaking down, starting with the family and religion, people go to other things where they find a sense of acceptance and a sense of belonging. And, very often, that something else is a sports team. And, as crazy as it may sound, the Baltimore Ravens and Ray Rice, to some fans, not all, ---- are family. And it's hard to abandon a family member even when you acknowledge that he did something terribly, terribly wrong."
Then Jesse Watters was on with another waste of time worthless segment, that is not news, so I am not reporting on it.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly using the tip of the day segment to promote another stupid book he wrote that nobody cares about, except his viewers.
Paycheck Fairness Act Blocked Again By Senate Republicans
By: Steve - September 16, 2014 - 10:00am
And it's more proof the Republican party is in the back pocket of the billionaire Koch brothers. Because this is what the Koch brothers are telling the Republicans to do, block anything that could force them to pay their employees the money they deserve and have a right to get.
For the fourth time Senate Republicans on Monday blocked a bill that would strengthen federal equal pay laws for women.
The Paycheck Fairness Act would ban employers from retaliating against employees who share salary information with each other, impose harsher penalties for pay discrimination and require employers to be able to show that wage gaps between men and women are based on factors other than gender.
The bill needed 60 votes to overcome a Republican filibuster and advance to a final vote on passage, but it fell short Monday by a vote of 52 to 40. Senate Democrats have brought the bill to the floor four times since 2011, and each time Republicans have rejected it.
"The wage gap not only hurts our families, it hurts the economy," Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) said before the vote. "If it were reversed, I'd be standing here fighting for the men. It's not right."
Republicans say they oppose the bill because they believe it would discourage employers from hiring women, out of a fear of lawsuits.
Which is just ridiculous, and nothing but right-wing propaganda to justify letting employers discriminate against women and pay them less than men for doing the same jobs.
"At a time when the Obama economy is already hurting women so much, this legislation would double down on job loss, all while lining the pockets of trial lawyers," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said before the last vote on the bill in April.
Women working full-time in the U.S. earn an average of 77 cents for every dollar men earn, according to the Census Bureau. A small portion of that gap, economists say, is due to employers paying women less than men for the same work.
Republicans are trying to engage women voters ahead of the November midterm elections, but their opposition to the Paycheck Fairness Act and other equal pay measures has repeatedly been used against them in campaigns.
John McCain Votes To Preserve SC Ruling He Called Worst Decision Ever
By: Steve - September 15, 2014 - 11:00am
It's called voting with your party, instead of doing what's right for the country. Making John McCain one of the biggest hypocrites in America.
A proposed constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's controversial 2010 Citizens United ruling and give lawmakers greater ability to prevent large donors from corrupting government failed in the United States Senate on Thursday on a party-line vote.
Among the 42 Republicans voting no was Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who in the past had been a campaign finance reform advocate.
The Citizens United decision found, for the first time in history, on another party line SC ruling 5 to 4, that the First Amendment's free speech protections guaranteed corporations and unions the right to spend unlimited sums of money on political advertisements.
McCain denounced the ruling as the Supreme Court's "worst decision ever."
In 2012, McCain promised that "there will be huge scandals...because there's too much money washing around, too much of it...we don't know who, who contributed it, and there is too much corruption associated with that kind of money."
He blasted the Supreme Court's view that corporations are people and denounced the Roberts Court for demonstrating "a combination of arrogance, naivete, and stupidity, the likes of which I have never seen."
Then voted to uphold their corrupt and partisan ruling, go figure, it was all talk.
The amendment, proposed by Sen. Tom Udall (D-NM) would have given Congress and the states the authority to "regulate and set reasonable limits on the raising and spending of money by candidates and others to influence elections," as long as doing to did not abridge the freedom of the press, and would have allowed them to "distinguish between natural persons and corporations or other artificial entities created by law, including by prohibiting such entities from spending money to influence elections."
Like all constitutional amendments, it would have required a two-thirds vote in the House and Senate and ratification by three-fourths of the states legislatures.
But McCain cast the deciding vote against the DISCLOSE Act in 2010, which would have required disclosure of the major funders of political ads. He has refused to back similar legislation to require transparency for outside political spending in every Congress since.
Fox News Ben Carson Is A Clueless & Biased Hack
By: Steve - September 14, 2014 - 11:00am
Last week on the O'Reilly Factor this clueless stooge (Ben Carson) told O'Reilly that he is not sure domestic violence is the "terrible plague" everyone says it is, and he basically defended Ray Rice saying this: "I'm not sure that demonizing people is ever the right thing to do."
Even Bill O'Reilly disagreed with Carson, saying this: "Ray Rice did a terrible thing, and battery of women in this country and around the world is out of control."
And now, here are some stats for the ridiculous Ben Carson. Stats that I found in 2 seconds with a google search on "Domestic Violence Statistics."
Every 9 seconds a woman is beaten:
More women are injured by domestic violence than are injured in auto accidents, muggings or rapes, combined.
1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence during her lifetime.
Women experience more than 4 million physical assaults and rapes because of their partners, and men are victims of nearly 3 million physical assaults.
Women are more likely to be killed by an intimate partner than men
Women ages 20 to 24 are at greatest risk of becoming victims of domestic violence.
Every year, 1 in 3 women who is a victim of homicide is murdered by her current or former partner.
Earth to Ben Carson, do you see that? One in three women who is a victim of homicide is killed by her current or former partner, if you do not think that is a serious problem you are insane.
Now let's also remember this, the stats we have on it are what is reported, there is a lot of domestic violence that goes un-reported, so we do not even know about all of it. And that's not all, here are some more stats.
Every year, more than 3 million children witness domestic violence in their homes.
Children who live in homes where there is domestic violence also suffer abuse or neglect at high rates (30% to 60%).
A 2005 Michigan study found that children exposed to domestic violence at home are more likely to have health problems, including becoming sick more often, having frequent headaches or stomachaches, and being more tired and lethargic.
A 2003 study found that children are more likely to intervene when they witness severe violence against a parent – which can place a child at great risk for injury or even death.
So Ben Carson, are you telling me that the 3 million children who witness domestic violence every year is not a serious problem, if you are, I am saying you should not be put on tv as an expert for anything, ever.
More stats for Carson:
According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, domestic violence is the third leading cause of homelessness among families.
In New York City, 25% of homeless heads of household became homeless due to domestic violence.
Survivors of domestic violence face high rates of depression, sleep disturbances, anxiety, flashbacks, and other emotional distress.
Domestic violence contributes to poor health for many survivors. For example, chronic conditions like heart disease or gastrointestinal disorders can become more serious due to domestic violence.
Among women brought to emergency rooms due to domestic violence, most were socially isolated and had fewer social and financial resources than other women not injured because of domestic violence.
Without help, girls who witness domestic violence are more vulnerable to abuse as teens and adults.
Without help, boys who witness domestic violence are far more likely to become abusers of their partners and/or children as adults, thus continuing the cycle of violence in the next generation.
Domestic violence costs more than $37 billion a year in law enforcement involvement, legal work, medical and mental health treatment, and lost productivity at companies.
And now the #1 stat on domestic violence:
#1 FACT: Most domestic violence incidents are never reported.
Domestic violence is one of the most chronically underreported crimes. Only about one-quarter of all physical assaults, one-fifth of all rapes, and one-half of all stalking against females by intimate partners are reported to the police.
But despite all that Ben Carson does not think it's a serious problem, which is just ridiculous, and Bill O'Reilly is just as bad as he is, for putting that fool on the air to say that crazy stuff. When even he knows it is a serious problem, he even disagreed with Carson, and yet he still put him on the air to say it.
Republicans Filibuster Constitutional Fix To Overturn Citizens United
By: Steve - September 14, 2014 - 10:00am
And of course the so-called journalist who reports what he calls hard news, never said a word about it. Because he was too busy slamming Obama for partisan political reasons.
Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked a vote on a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United and other Supreme Court rulings dating back to 1976 that invalidated restrictions on money in politics.
The party line vote was 54 in favor, 42 against, falling short of the 60 votes needed to defeat a filibuster and proceed to a final vote.
The Senate broke an initial filibuster on the measure on Monday. But many Republicans who voted to begin debate did not support the proposal and intended to ultimately block it.
The procedural motion on Thursday means the Senate won't move to an up-or-down vote, where it was even likelier to fail because it needed a two-thirds majority to advance.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), a fierce opponent of campaign finance restrictions, blasted Democrats for even bringing up the measure. Yeah because he is in the back pocket of the billionaire Koch brothers who oppose the amendment.
The proposal, offered by Sen. Tom Udall (D-NM), would amend the Constitution to restore the authority of Congress to establish campaign finance limits, the kind that were axed in the 2010 Citizens United v. FEC and 2014 McCutcheon v. FEC Supreme Court rulings.
According to a Senate Judiciary Committee report this year, it would also overturn part of the landmark 1976 Supreme Court ruling in Buckley v. Valeo, which upheld campaign contribution limits but invalidated restrictions on spending in elections.
"Since the decision came down in 2010, our campaign finance system has been under siege, buried in billions of dollars from outside groups and super PACs," he said.
"We have been fighting from day one to rid our political system of the poison of Citizens United. Folks want their senators to work together to find real solutions, not be bogged down in the endless gridlock of the Citizens United era."
It all boils down to this folks, when you allow unlimited money in politics all the wealthy people will control who gets elected with their money, and to hell with the average working men and women. That is not a Democracy, it's legal corruption and bribery.
It basically allows the people with money to decide who gets elected, because money wins elections. Which is the exact opposite of what the founding fathers wanted, and the Republicans are allowing it because they benefit from the money.
And O'Reilly ignores it because he is a Republican and he wants to see the Republicans win using that money to buy elections.
The Friday 9-12-14 O'Reilly/Bolling Factor Review
By: Steve - September 13, 2014 - 11:00am
There was no TPM because the biased right-wing hack Eric Bolling filled in for O'Reilly. Bolling started the show talking about ISIS. Middle East experts Rick Grenell and Matthew Duss provided their analysis of the situation.
Grenell said this: "Some people believe that you should leave the hornet's nest right where it is, but the fact is that you're going to get stung. There are people who want to destroy America, they are plotting, and the lesson of 9/11 is that we cannot let the guy get into the plane before we deal with him."
Duss argued that military must be supplemented by diplomacy, saying this: "There's nothing wrong with getting tough with ISIS, but I think it is a problem if the only thing we do is air strikes. There has to be a much broader political strategy to accompany the military option. You have to address the grievances that contribute to young men joining groups like ISIS."
And of course Bolling disagreed with Duss's suggestion that we should try to understand the Islamists anger, saying this: "Are you suggesting that we sit down and talk to these people and find out what's making them mad at us before we fight back?"
Even though it is a fact that when you kill muslims on arab soil it leads to more people joining the terrorist groups, and it causes them to want to kill Americans on American soil in revenge. Neither O'Reilly or Bolling seem to understand that. Some terrorism experts even argue that we are creating more terrorists than we kill, and that killing more of them (which is what O'Reilly says we should do) actually makes the situation worse in the long run.
Then radio talk show host Richard Fowler was on to discuss if we are at war with ISIS, as Bolling claims we are. Fowler said this: "The word 'war' is a matter of semantics. The truth is that we're having a limited military strike in northern Syria and northern Iraq. We can all agree that it's the right thing to do, and the fact that we're arguing over the word 'war' is mind-numbing to me. ISIS is not a country, it's a group of people in the desert who are creating havoc."
And that is the truth, but Bolling disagreed saying that we are indeed at war and that should be clearly stated: "When you see beheaded Americans on video, that would be considered an act of war. And when we fly hundreds of sorties to bomb ISIS, that's war. They don't want to call it war because they don't want to go to Congress for a vote."
Then Bolling talked about Ray Rice story, Associated Press reporter Rob Maaddi was on, who broke the story that the NFL was in possession of the video.
Maaddi said this: "We don't know exactly who possessed that tape, but we do know that the tape was in the building of the NFL league office. Everybody is now going to try to figure out whether Commissioner Roger Goodell actually saw it or who saw it at the NFL."
Sports reporter Jim Gray said this: "It's inexplicable to me how Ray Rice and his fiancee could both be charged with misdemeanors on that night. Then there was the prosecutor, the district attorney, and the judge. There was a massive failure of judgment here on all levels before you even get to the NFL, the team owner, the general manager, and the coach. It all broke down."
Some Baltimore Ravens fans, including many women, are sticking up for Ray Rice and claim that he is being judged too harshly. Psychologist Bonny Forrest and attorney Steve Greenberg were on to discuss it.
Forrest said this: "From a moral standpoint, these players are role models for kids and we should be holding them to a higher standard. There is a domestic violence problem in the NFL and there should be a zero tolerance in the league."
But Greenberg argued that Ray Rice's original two-game suspension was fair, saying this: "The evidence that we have is that the police looked at this, the prosecutors looked at it, the NFL conducted an investigation, and everybody said this was the penalty Ray Rice should pay. But now, because they have to protect their brand, they're making him the fall guy because they're bowing to public pressure."
Then Howard Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn were on, they were asked if President Obama was pressured into action against ISIS by coverage of the gruesome beheadings of two Americans. Even though that is a stupid question, because of course he was.
Kurtz said this: "The media coverage was the decisive factor in a surge of public support for military action against ISIS. Of course journalists need to cover the threat posed by these butchers and they needed to cover the beheadings, but the sheer volume of the coverage amounted to beating the war drums."
Ashburn agreed that the media has played a major role in stirring President Obama to action, saying this: "Without those videos I doubt that you would have seen the president in a prime time address saying we'll go after these people. Those images were the catalyst for the administration to finally take some action. President Obama is a reluctant warrior and the press is saying, 'Do something!'"
More Republican Racism O'Reilly Has Totally Ignored
By: Steve - September 13, 2014 - 10:00am
A Republican State Senator in Georgia thinks it is a bad thing for blacks to vote early, but not a bad thing for whites to vote early, and they wonder why they are seen as racists, duh!
A Republican state senator in Georgia has vowed to end Sunday balloting in DeKalb County due to the fact that the area is "dominated by African American shoppers and it is near several large African American mega churches."
In a longwinded email Republican State Sen. Frank Millar rants that Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal "appointee Interim CEO Lee May has disappointed those of us that hoped he could help bring the county together."
Millar goes on to note that DeKalb county happens to include a number of African American mega churches.
"Now we are to have Sunday voting at South DeKalb Mall just prior to the election," Millar wrote in the email.
"Per Jim Galloway of the AJC, this location is dominated by African American shoppers and it is near several large African American mega churches such as New Birth Missionary Baptist. Galloway also points out the Democratic Party thinks this is a wonderful idea - what a surprise. I'm sure Michelle Nunn and Jason Carter are delighted with this blatantly partisan move in DeKalb."
The Thursday 9-11-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 12, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Does the Obama Administration Really Know What's Going On? The biased and dishonest right-wing hack Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: While many people are small-balling President Obama's speech last night, Talking Points is taking a broader view. The president's speech was okay, he says he'll finally confront the ISIS threat. Good, I hope the USA can destroy these killers. But does the Obama administration really understand what's happening in the world?And now the facts, O'Reilly is a biased hack who hates Obama and slams him for everything no matter what he does. He said Obama needs to get tough in the speech, so he did, and he slammed him anyway. The truth is that Obama does not get as tough as O'Reilly wants so he slams him, even though he is a partisan cable news host, and does not have the intelligence reports or the expert foreign policy advisors that Obama has.
Then Republican Kate Obenshain and Democrat James Carville were on to discuss it.
Carville said this: "I think President Obama understands the nature of the threat, he knows we've been at war for 13 years and we'll be at war for another 13 years. We made a big dent in Al Qaeda and then these guys come up, somebody else always comes up."
Obenshain said this: "He wasn't clear that this is going to be a prolonged effort. It was an okay speech and I'm glad he has this new outlook, but he also referred to ISIS as a small group of killers. He is still minimizing the threat they pose to America."
O'Reilly concluded: "President Obama's main job is to protect us, and I believe that by being derelict in many foreign affairs situations he has not done that."
Even though he has protected us, and there have not been any major terrorist attacks on American soil. So not only is O'Reilly wrong, he is lying. While under Bush we had 9-11 and O'Reilly gives him a pass for that, figure that out, because I sure cant.
Then Laura Ingraham was on to talk about some right-wing intelligence officials who worry that ISIS terrorists could sneak into the United States from Mexico or Canada. And as usual there were no Democratic guests on for balance, and no mention of the Homeland Security report that said ISIS is no threat to us here in the USA. And remember this, these same right-wing neo-cons said this about Al-Qaeda, then they did not sneak across the border for 9-11, they flew right in by plane.
Ingraham said this: "13 years ago we had vulnerabilities on the homeland, and today we have vulnerabilities on the border. Some of us have been talking about the border being vulnerable for twelve years - we have created a big magnet and we don't know who is in this country."
Ingraham also said this: "We're weaker than we were 13 years ago, our country is more pessimistic, and I'm not sure the American people are going to be all in with what it takes to defeat ISIS. You have to have the people with you, but the people don't want to get involved again in a long and protracted war in the Middle East.
And for once she actually said something that is true.
Then Dr. Ben Carson, the conservative Tea Party favorite was on with his ridiculous take on wife-batterer Ray Rice.
Carson said this: "I'm not sure that demonizing people is ever the right thing to do, but that doesn't mean I don't think appropriate punishment should be given. For someone to do something like that, it means there are some really deep psychological issues. There are consequences for bad behavior, but we need to recognize that we are all human beings."
O'Reilly was not nearly as willing to forgive Rice's abhorrent behavior, saying this: "Ray Rice did a terrible thing, and battery of women in this country and around the world is out of control."
Then the conservative Alfonzo Rachel was on to talk about the protesters who have returned to Ferguson, Missouri, where people are still angry over the shooting death of Michael Brown. And as usual no Democratic guest was on for balance, Notice that O'Reilly also failed to report the new witness who says Brown was killed when he had his hands up. O'Reilly ignores that story, but reports on the new protests.
Rachel said this: "If you want cops to not shoot black people, don't rob liquor stores and don't throw things at cops when you're protesting. I'm sad about the death of Mike Brown and I don't know what happened, but I know that there are certain things that lead up to this tension between cops and civilians. Doing things like robbing liquor stores and bullying people isn't going to help the situation. Black people have to take responsibility for our own lives so we don't invite this kind of stigma."
Which is just ridiculous, because the cop who shot him did not even know he had robbed a liquor store, and even if he had, he still does not need to kill an unarmed teen that seems like he was giving himself up when he was shot multiple times. Somehow those facts evade Rachel.
Then the right-wing hack Bernie Goldberg was on, he has been monitoring the media's handling of Ray Rice and the NFL, and analyzed the coverage. From a biased point of view, and with no Democratic guest on for balance.
Goldberg said this: "This is a feeding frenzy and a reign of terror. The speech police are out to destroy anybody who says things that they deem inappropriate. You, Bill O'Reilly, just made a comment about a woman spokesperson at the State Department, and you were called 'sexist.' What you did was the opposite of sexism, you treated her as an equal. This is something very important going on in this country and liberals ought to be leading the offensive against this kind of thing."
Except the media did not say that, one woman at the State Department did, and she is entitled to her opinion.
Goldberg also argued that Ray Rice, while deserving of punishment, should not be hit with a lifetime ban, saying this: "I think he should be allowed to come back into the NFL at some point. There have been drunk drivers who have killed people and they were allowed back! I'm not comfortable with Ray Rice having to lose his job forever."
And as far as I know I do not know of anyone who has said he should never be allowed back into the NFL, so Goldberg just made that up. All the people I saw talking about it only say 2 games was not enough, none of them ever said he should get a lifetime ban.
Then Greg Gutfeld and Bernard McGuirk were on to talk about President Obama's Wednesday night speech on the ISIS threat. And of course there were no Democratic guests on for balance.
Gutfeld said this: "He realized that if you're actually going to get the country behind you in battle, you have to act like a conservative, you have to be tough. He essentially put on the conservative super-hero costume because nobody takes you seriously as a liberal when you're jumping into battle. But this is not how he envisioned himself as president, this is not him. He likes to play president, but he doesn't want to be president."
McGuirk gave the president a decidedly negative review, saying this: "He's acquiescing to the polls and what some might say is the hysteria, but he looked very tentative and unsure and not confident. On the upside, I was happy he wasn't wearing the jaunty seersucker suit last night, but I wish he had said we won't be sucked into another quagmire."
So what did you expect from two right-wing hacks, they never like anything President Obama does. They called for him to get tough and he did, then they complain anyway, with them Obama is damned if he does and damned if he dont, it's a no win situation. And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: A Natural Insect Repellent. Billy said this: "If you have an ant infestation, sprinkling some lemon juice around the area will make the little critters very unhappy and inspire them to search for a new abode."
More Good Economic News O'Reilly Has Ignored
By: Steve - September 12, 2014 - 10:00am
US job openings stay near 13-year high; hiring up
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The number of U.S. job openings remained near the highest level in 13 years in July, and companies also stepped up hiring that month to the fastest pace in nearly seven years, two signs the job market is healing.
The tally of available jobs ticked down 2,000 to 4.673 million in July, from 4.675 million in June, the Labor Department said Tuesday. June's figure was the highest since February 2001.
The drop was led by a decline in government job postings. Businesses actually advertised slightly more jobs.
Total hiring, meanwhile, jumped 81,000 to 4.87 million, the highest level since December 2007, when the Great Recession began under Bush.
That indicates companies are more likely to fill their open jobs.
O'Reilly never reports any of this good economic news, as he says anyone who thinks the economy is doing good is a liberal kool-aid drinker, and he ignores it because it makes Obama look good. O'Reilly ignores it for political reasons, because he is a biased right-wing hack who wants to hurt Obama so the Republican candidate will have a better chance of winning the White House in 2016.
The Wednesday 9-10-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - September 11, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Protecting the Folks. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: According to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, 47% of Americans feel the country is less safe than it was before we were attacked on 9-11, 2001. The Journal's lead editorial today explains why Mr. Obama's foreign policy has increased anxiety. He has tried to reason with the Russian tyrant Putin, even pulling missiles out of Poland and the Czech Republic as a gesture of good will.And that whole talking points memo is right-wing spin. To begin with the poll is from the biased wall street journal. Then the facts show that Obama has kept us safe, there have been no major terrorist attacks under Obama, unlike Bush who had 9-11 happen while he was President.
O'Reilly says Obama did not convince Iraq to keep troops there, without reporting that it was Bush who signed the status of forces agreement that mandated the troops be removed and on what date, or the fact that Iraq did not want us to have troops there, O'Reilly ignored all that as if it was all Obama's fault, which is bias and ridiculous.
In O'Reillyworld it's all Obama's fault, because he is the current President, when the evidence shows all this stuff would probably have happened no matter who was the President. Somehow O'Reilly blames everything on Obama, but when Bush was in office he blamed almost nothing on him and defended him on all his screw ups.
Then the biased right-wing hack Karl Rove was on to discuss it. O'Reilly asked Rove if President Obama's speech can help him regain the confidence of the American people. And of course the biased Rove said no.
Rove said this: "His goal ought to be to keep himself from falling farther. The American people have made a pretty definitive judgment about this guy, 59% think America is less respected around the world compared to 2008. People don't see him as a strong leader and he can't change that by one magic speech, all he can do is hope to begin the process of stabilizing himself. He has ruined his reputation with the American people and that's hard to repair."
Which is all lies, because only Republicans think that, the rest of the American people understand the President is in a bad situation and that it is not his fault what the loons in foreign countries do, and that we should not be the police to the world, which will just invite more terrorists to try and do us harm.
Then the Democrat (who works for Fox) Bob Beckel was on to discuss it.
Beckel said this: "Never in my political career of 30 years, have I seen as much poll movement from two events, the decapitating of these two American citizens. The public took a huge turn in the polls and they blame Obama because he's the one in the Oval Office. But this strain of Islam has been around since 1720, this is nothing new."
Beckel also said this: "He ran as a domestic president and he wanted to keep foreign policy off the table. Now it's coming at him in massive numbers. But ISIS will soon be on the run and it will be a positive for him."
And btw, neither O'Reilly or Beckel mention this, the journalists were only beheaded after we started using drones to kill arab people, which O'Reilly called for and supported, if we had not done that those two journalists would most likely be alive today. They even said the journalists were beheaded as revenge for the drone strikes.
Then Steve Bucci, a Defense Department official under George W. Bush was on to talk about ISIS.
Bucci said this: "The unintended consequences of bombing Syria, could be that we help Bashir al-Assad, who we don't have any interest in helping. And the unintended consequences of the Special Ops guys doing unilateral missions is that we could lose some of these very valuable assets. I'd like to see the Jordanians, Turks, Saudis, and Qataris put in some people."
Bucci also slammed President Obama for waiting so long to take action, saying this: "This is the president's discomfort with foreign policy and with using American power, even when it's totally in our interest and the right thing to do. He dithers and waits and hopes the problem goes away, but in this case it got worse."
Yeah he slammed Obama for it, even though the majority of the American people opposed us doing anything, until after the two journalists were beheaded, O'Reilly and Bucci do not mention that.
Then Carl Cameron & James Rosen were on to discuss it.
Cameron theorized how Congress may work with the president to deal with ISIS, saying this: "Lawmakers of both parties, want the president to get Congressional authorization for air strikes in Syria, but the president and many in Congress think he technically has that power. Most Republicans support taking military action, but not a blank check, and many Democrats are already saying they want to know what the end date is."
Rosen turned to Secretary of State John Kerry's recent trip to Iraq, saying this: "He met with the new prime minister and other key figures there. What the Americans want from the Iraqis is for three big institutions to start doing business very differently - the oil ministry, the finance ministry, and the Iraqi armed forces. Secretary Kerry has moved on to Saudi Arabia, where he'll be negotiating the use of bases for the Iraqi opposition, and then he'll be in France for a conference on Iraq."
Then Martha MacCallum was on to slam Obama some more, with no Democratic guest for balance, just like the last two segments.
MacCallum said this: "Back in June ISIS had marched through Mosul, destroying churches and marching people off to executions. While they were trying to establish an Islamic state, the president tried to make it sound like they were the same folks we had been dealing with before."
MacCallum also tried to explain the president's apparent insouciance, saying this: "I think he believes we have been poking a hornet's nest and when that happens the hornets bite back. But clearly they're going to bite back no matter what we do."
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly saying he is not a sexist.
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