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O'Reilly vs Stewart: Women & Minorities Not 'Traditional?'

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Published on Nov 20, 2012

"Fox News host Bill O'Reilly shot back at Comedy Central host Jon Stewart on Monday night, after Stewart mocked O'Reilly for lamenting the decline of "traditional America."

During his show on Thursday night, Stewart argued that so-called "traditional" Americans were perpetually being usurped as the country's demographics and beliefs changed. He noted that in the 19th century, many "traditional" Americans maligned Irish immigrants and feared Catholicism.

In his rebuttal, O'Reilly noted that a coalition of "non-traditional" voters such as minorities and single women helped re-elect Obama.

"Traditional American voters generally want a smaller government in Washington," the Fox News host added. "More local control. Some oversight on abortion and believe in American exceptionalism."*

Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola (Host, TYT University), and Sam Schacher (Host, Pop Trigger) discuss O'Reilly's detestable words-- according to his rhetoric, women, minorities, and the LGBT community are not normal, not "traditional." Are O'Reilly's and his followers owed anything? Is his mentality going to die out with the Tea Party largely being voted out of office?

*Read more form Eric W. Dolan/ Raw Story:
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/11/19...

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