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.......THANK YOU BILL MOYERS FOR EXPOSING AN EXPLOITATIVE AMERICAN MEDIA DEADENDER FOR THE MALIGNANCY THAT HE IS!! ^_^

I saw the video on Countdown this evening. Moyers did a great job putting these liars in their place. It's refreshing to be reminded what a real journalist looks like. The pity is that so many people today really don't know what it looks like, especially if they're watching Fox.

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.......THANK YOU BILL MOYERS FOR EXPOSING AN EXPLOITATIVE AMERICAN MEDIA DEADENDER FOR THE MALIGNANCY THAT HE IS!! ^_^

Mr. Barry's help is appreciated, but O'Reilly is quite capable of soiling his image all by himself, as can be seen here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oNAagbLuXQ&hl=en

In this clip, O'Reilly claims that Moyers has accused him of threatening dissenters. This is true, in a sense. But it was pretty clear that what Moyers meant by dissent being "risky" was the risk of being publicly painted as unpatriotic or worse. The much more sinister sounding phrase, "threatening dissenters", is O'Reilly's words, not Moyers', and carries connotations well outside the bounds of what Moyers pretty obviously meant. O'Reilly then shows a clip in which Moyers uses a short clip from O'Reilly, in which O'Reilly is doing exactly that, equating dissent with being unpatriotic. O'Reilly then accuses Moyers of having taken him out of context, and in a stunningly disingenuous attempt to convince us of this, O'Reilly shows a longer clip in which the surrounding context not only doesn't change the meaning of the part Moyers had quoted, but actually reinforces it. Then he makes a second attempt at the same thing, again showing a clip where Moyers quotes him, followed by a longer clip with context that again doesn't change the meaning of the part Moyers quoted (though at least it doesn't reinforce it this time). After this despicable performance, this sack of garbage, O'Reilly, goes on to call Moyers a "charlatan", and "not honest", and displays some impressive belligerence towards one of his guests, obviously losing his temper a bit and raising his voice.

Did Bill O'Reilly actually think he was helping his case with that performance? Are there people out there who are so devoid of reason that it could actually work?

How dare that sack of garbage call Bill Moyers a charlatan. O'Reilly isn't worthy to lick the mud off the bottoms of Bill Moyers' shoes.

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I saw the video on Countdown this evening. Moyers did a great job putting these liars in their place. It's refreshing to be reminded what a real journalist looks like. The pity is that so many people today really don't know what it looks like, especially if they're watching Fox.

Since Fox News has a far greater audience than MSNBC and CNN put together, I think your opinion rings a little hollow.

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Since Fox News has a far greater audience than MSNBC and CNN put together, I think your opinion rings a little hollow.

Moyers isn't on either. Popularity does not equal quality-by those standards the Backstreet Boys would be one of the greatest bands in history-ugh.

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The dumbing down of America.

Remember that when your kids have to go to India and China to get work.

More Kool-Aid logic; Because most intelligent adults recognize Fox News as the only fair and balanced cable news channel and prefer Fox over

CNN and MSNBC combined by a wide margin, this equates with businesses relocating overseas.

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Mr. Barry's help is appreciated, but O'Reilly is quite capable of soiling his image all by himself, as can be seen here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oNAagbLuXQ&hl=en

In this clip, O'Reilly claims that Moyers has accused him of threatening dissenters. This is true, in a sense. But it was pretty clear that what Moyers meant by dissent being "risky" was the risk of being publicly painted as unpatriotic or worse. The much more sinister sounding phrase, "threatening dissenters", is O'Reilly's words, not Moyers', and carries connotations well outside the bounds of what Moyers pretty obviously meant. O'Reilly then shows a clip in which Moyers uses a short clip from O'Reilly, in which O'Reilly is doing exactly that, equating dissent with being unpatriotic. O'Reilly then accuses Moyers of having taken him out of context, and in a stunningly disingenuous attempt to convince us of this, O'Reilly shows a longer clip in which the surrounding context not only doesn't change the meaning of the part Moyers had quoted, but actually reinforces it. Then he makes a second attempt at the same thing, again showing a clip where Moyers quotes him, followed by a longer clip with context that again doesn't change the meaning of the part Moyers quoted (though at least it doesn't reinforce it this time). After this despicable performance, this sack of garbage, O'Reilly, goes on to call Moyers a "charlatan", and "not honest", and displays some impressive belligerence towards one of his guests, obviously losing his temper a bit and raising his voice.

Did Bill O'Reilly actually think he was helping his case with that performance? Are there people out there who are so devoid of reason that it could actually work?

How dare that sack of garbage call Bill Moyers a charlatan. O'Reilly isn't worthy to lick the mud off the bottoms of Bill Moyers' shoes.

Bill Moyers is a leftist fraud. Bill O'Reilly is #1 on cable news, a fact that I love to remind loony lefties of.

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Bill Moyers is a leftist fraud.

Proof or stfu. :lol:

Bill O'Reilly is #1 on cable news, a fact that I love to remind loony lefties of.

Only because fiction is more entertaining than truth.

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