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Aug 5, 2013 11:07:50   #
OPP Newsletter
 
http://www.salon.com/2013/08/05/bill_oreillys_laughable_race_baiting/

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Aug 5, 2013 11:22:15   #
Tasine Loc: Southwest US
 
Not a bad link, but am prevented from viewing clip. I have a feeling the lawyers had Salon remove it to prevent a lawsuit.

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Aug 5, 2013 11:51:29   #
Dave Loc: Upstate New York
 
Only in places like Salon would truth be considered racist - the left need to keep that meme going because without minorities, particularly blacks, believing they need the government to save them the Democratic Party would dissappear from national politics.

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Aug 5, 2013 11:53:46   #
Tasine Loc: Southwest US
 
Dave wrote:
Only in places like Salon would truth be considered racist - the left need to keep that meme going because without minorities, particularly blacks, believing they need the government to save them the Democratic Party would dissappear from national politics.

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:lol: Sure would!!

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Aug 5, 2013 12:18:15   #
Navysnipe Loc: Old West
 
They, of course, failed to mention the content of their {the blacks} character, after the Zimmerman case. I would think any one with a brain could see a problem with the black community after seeing how they handled the outcome of the case. And NO, I am not racist.

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Aug 5, 2013 12:32:00   #
Tasine Loc: Southwest US
 
Navysnipe wrote:
They, of course, failed to mention the content of their {the blacks} character, after the Zimmerman case. I would think any one with a brain could see a problem with the black community after seeing how they handled the outcome of the case. And NO, I am not racist.

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No, you aren't racist. Neither are most of the conservatives speaking out. The racists are part and parcel the Progressives. They are either racist, or use the racist label as a mere tool which works great amongst the mentally challenged and certifiably ignorant.

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Aug 5, 2013 12:34:24   #
Navysnipe Loc: Old West
 
Tasine wrote:
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No, you aren't racist. Neither are most of the conservatives speaking out. The racists are part and parcel the Progressives. They are either racist, or use the racist label as a mere tool which works great amongst the mentally challenged and certifiably ignorant.


Thank you Tasine! Have a great day! :-D

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Aug 5, 2013 16:02:30   #
PoppaGringo Loc: Muslim City, Mexifornia, B.R.
 
Though I don't watch O'reilly that often, excepting Wednesday's at half past the hour, I did see this particular "rant" of his and must confess that I found it to be right on.

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Aug 6, 2013 06:51:46   #
Whatamess Loc: SC
 
Old_Gringo wrote:
Though I don't watch O'reilly that often, excepting Wednesday's at half past the hour, I did see this particular "rant" of his and must confess that I found it to be right on.

I watched O'Reilly and am glad that he had the guts to talk about race the way he did. It's a topic that most only think belong to the true race baiters(Sharpton,Jackson and the likes) O'Reilly's"rant" as they say was right on and I think did a lot of good to bring attention to the real problem.

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Aug 6, 2013 11:16:50   #
cold iron Loc: White House
 
OPP Newsletter wrote:
http://www.salon.com/2013/08/05/bill_oreillys_laughable_race_baiting/


O'Reilly's"rant was right on....

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Aug 6, 2013 11:37:32   #
Tasine Loc: Southwest US
 
cold iron wrote:
O'Reilly's"rant was right on....

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I never watch TV anymore, but when I did, O'Reilly was usually right. I never did like his presentation, the way he talked, etc, though. That, however, didn't take away from the facts.

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Aug 6, 2013 11:48:09   #
Farmboy Loc: California
 
It is quite event that you do not have a true understanding of Bill O'Reilly trying to convey or haven't paid close attention to what he is trying to point out. Your liberal basis is showing through loudly. But, that's understandable in the U.S. that we are living in today when it is considered that the vast majority of all school students - grade school, high school and college - are being taught by liberal teachers. I know because my wife and I had a difficult time keeping our children on the right track of always viewing both sides and, then, determining which is best for them. Of course, due to the fact that we were and are conservative, most of them view things from a conservative point of view. Except for the oldest son, who voted once for Obama in '08, regretted his vote within 24 months and didn't vote at all in the last election. Which can be understood. Anyway, if you could possibly really "listen" to Bill O'Reilly - and not just "hear" him - surely you would have a better understanding the he is very concerned about the poor condition of life the black community must endure and believes that everyone - including white people - should do whatever to help improve their lively hood.

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Aug 6, 2013 11:59:43   #
Tasine Loc: Southwest US
 
Farmboy wrote:
It is quite event that you do not have a true understanding of Bill O'Reilly trying to convey or haven't paid close attention to what he is trying to point out. Your liberal basis is showing through loudly. But, that's understandable in the U.S. that we are living in today when it is considered that the vast majority of all school students - grade school, high school and college - are being taught by liberal teachers. I know because my wife and I had a difficult time keeping our children on the right track of always viewing both sides and, then, determining which is best for them. Of course, due to the fact that we were and are conservative, most of them view things from a conservative point of view. Except for the oldest son, who voted once for Obama in '08, regretted his vote within 24 months and didn't vote at all in the last election. Which can be understood. Anyway, if you could possibly really "listen" to Bill O'Reilly - and not just "hear" him - surely you would have a better understanding the he is very concerned about the poor condition of life the black community must endure and believes that everyone - including white people - should do whatever to help improve their lively hood.
It is quite event that you do not have a true unde... (show quote)

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To whom are you speaking? No one who has commented so far disagrees with you. All of us say he has the facts, all of us who have commented are conservative. Most of us think the public school system is horrible and KNOW that the socialist party decided at the turn of the century that it MUST be part of the education system, the unions, and the political system. Again, to whom are you speaking?

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Aug 6, 2013 12:00:51   #
PoppaGringo Loc: Muslim City, Mexifornia, B.R.
 
Farmboy wrote:
It is quite event that you do not have a true understanding of Bill O'Reilly trying to convey or haven't paid close attention to what he is trying to point out. Your liberal basis is showing through loudly. But, that's understandable in the U.S. that we are living in today when it is considered that the vast majority of all school students - grade school, high school and college - are being taught by liberal teachers. I know because my wife and I had a difficult time keeping our children on the right track of always viewing both sides and, then, determining which is best for them. Of course, due to the fact that we were and are conservative, most of them view things from a conservative point of view. Except for the oldest son, who voted once for Obama in '08, regretted his vote within 24 months and didn't vote at all in the last election. Which can be understood. Anyway, if you could possibly really "listen" to Bill O'Reilly - and not just "hear" him - surely you would have a better understanding the he is very concerned about the poor condition of life the black community must endure and believes that everyone - including white people - should do whatever to help improve their lively hood.
It is quite event that you do not have a true unde... (show quote)


O'reilly sometimes makes a good point. I think some of his guests could make a more valid point on some subjects. However, Oreilly is constantly interrupting if they don't adhere or conform to his point of view. His beliefs are the only ones allowed on his show, no deviation is allowed. And why he has the Obama Ideologues, Colmes and Williams on his show so often is beyond me. If he wants an opposing read, "fair and balanced", view he can invite Kirsten Powers as their replacement. She is a Liberal but isn't fanatically so.

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Aug 6, 2013 13:20:26   #
rcksha
 
My belief is that everyone here is right. O'Reily is right about the problems of the black community and schools are being taught only the liberal side of most issues. That's what we get from teachers unions. Even when a teacher is competent enough to teach our kids to evaluate for themselves, they are censored. It' no wonder so many are choosing to home school.
O'Reily exposed what needed to become very open with courage and facts many don't want to hear. They would just as soon be able to use sympathies and freebees to continue the cause.
I don't bye that if one chooses to rise above this life style that help and support won't be there for them. Many blacks that choose this have advanced to prestigious positions. I'm not talking about sports stars. I don't consider myself a racist as I have black friends that don't live too bad. I am white.
Looking at the facts of black crime, riots, school behavior, etc. has developed a reputation that no one would want. This reputation is built due to an attitude of " woo is me" rather than an attitude of " I can do better than this".
I feel sorry for these folks that think there is no light at the end of tunnel. This is still no excuse to blame others and commit these unlawful acts.

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