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The O'Reilly Factor day after Osama bin Laden's death

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Published on May 3, 2011

Monday May 2, 2011

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Clayton L
Watching the O'Reilly Factor always reminds me why I don't watch the O'Reilly Factor
Murda Muff
u just can't beat white people. this was purely a win by Obama but yet he has to share it with a man who openly said he didn't worry or think about bin Laden
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Michael.YouTube
Like if you like O'Reilly! Idk why people hate him...yes ik he yells but because there's always unintellectual liberals that sound like crazy fools on his Fox News cable show( btw it's #1 ;) )
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Mike August
Luckily the only people who care about this blowhard phony's opinion will all be dead in the next 10-20 years.
The Concise Statement
In terms of human rights, Saudi Arabia is probably the zenith of the 'Muslim Problem', Bill, you fucking freak. It's been accurately described as the world's largest women's prison. O'Reilly's like one of those Second World War generals that's happy sitting out the first half of the conflict and watching people getting gassed left, right and centre, simply because the enemy hasn't quite got round to threatening their own shores - yet.
MSgames2000
I love how he spins all of Obama's accomplishments against him
Diehardliberal
poor Faux News just can't seem to give President Obama credit
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Mitch Farkas
Bill's ignorance and stupidity shows again. Abottabad was not a poor area. He probably just assumes its poor because its Pakistan.
hustler2406
Man this makes me so sad and mad at the same time. Alleging that Pakistan has anything to do with enabling terror in the west. I've lived there and let me tell you that the people that live in that country have many more problems dealing with the Taliban and Al Qaeda than we do in the U.S. That recent terror attack in Pakistan, for example, the one that killed 132 children. It was chosen specifically because it was where the children of Pakistani militia attended school. The Pakistani military has been fighting this war for decades, and to say that they are somehow aiding or enabling terrorism, it not only marginalizes their losses, but is also a disrespect to each and every single person that is suffering over there. I can't remember who said this, some Iranian author speaking to the west: "the difference between you and your government is much more than the difference between you and me." truer words have never been spoken. Why can't we all get along. I know this sounds hippy and all, but why can't we stop hating people based on arbitrary lines drawn on a map by dictators that in all honesty do not give a crap about normal people like us.
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Mitch Farkas
Talking Points at the beginning of the show. Im pretty sure I learned, in 9th Grade Business, that when doing a PowerPoint presentation you dont read word for word whats on your slides. O'Reilly, your move, dumbass. 
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