Friday, February 7, 2014

Taking Back O'Reilly Praise

When Bill O'Reilly interviewed president Obama before the Superbowl in the White House, Tales gave Mr. O'Reilly the benefit of the doubt saying he did as good a job as possible with the time limits and the respect he had to show the office of the presidency.  I now wish to take that praise back. 

Bill O'Reilly on his show the night after the interview we saw on Sunday, played the rest of the interview that he had with president Obama.  There was one sentence, the last sentence of the total interview with president Obama, that was so upsetting to me, that I now wish to take back my compliment of Bill O'Reilly from what I saw initially.  That sentence by Bill O'Reilly that was so upsetting to me was: "[Mr. president], I think your heart is in the right place." What?  Oh, really Bill O'Reilly.  After the deceptive answers [and non answers] that you heard from president Obama on critical issues, you can say that his heart is in the right place?




You asked the president if he was told by Leon Panetta that Benghazi was a terrorist attack on the night of the attack and the president gave you a non response in a Hillary like "What difference, at this point, does it make" answer, and you say, Bill O'Reilly, that the president's heart is in the right place?

You asked the president about the fact that Susan Rice was sent out on the Sunday talk shows on TV to lie about what happened in Benghazi, and the president with a smile on his face brushed you off like he would brush off a fly on his arm.  This non response involved what really happened to four Americans that the president put in harms way without adequate security.  Four Americans who were killed by terrorists, and that fact was being hidden by this administration through Susan Rice's statements, and you say, Bill O'Reilly, that the president's heart is in the right place?

You asked the president about why no one is being held responsible for the disastrous roll out of Obamacare, and the president gives you a non response and tells you how everything is working well with Obamacare [a law that affects every single American-that you say Bill O'Reilly you are looking out for], and you tell the president, Bill O'Reilly, that the president's heart is in the right place?

You asked the president about corruption in the IRS that in a Nixonian like fashion targeted conservative groups and individuals and anyone they considered to be taking a position against this president and the president arrogantly told you that there was no corruption, not a smidgen of corruption in the IRS and you say, Bill O'Reilly, that the president's heart is in the right place?

How dare you Bill O'Reilly.  To me, that one statement put a damper on your total interview with the president.  By saying that Bill O'Reilly, you were giving president Obama a pass on the lies he was telling you regarding the scandals that have hurt so many Americans because "his heart was in the right place".  That made me sick to my stomach and made me realize I could not let my post praising you, stand alone.

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6 comments:

bradley said...

i think o'reilly was respectfully very tough on Obama, and pushed him when he refused to answer the probing questions. The last sentence, which i heard live, was , i feel, just o'reilly's way of ending the interview with a modicum of respect for the office and obama. Anyone who watched the interview with an open objective mind, (that knocks out most of the msm, and far left liberal nuts) , would have thought he probed and did not cowtow to this liberal left demagogue!

Big Mike said...

Thanks Brad. I respect your opinion!

Joel said...

I have to agree with you, Michael. I don't think his heart is in the right place. He has been so unwilling all along to compromise with those who disagree with him (Republicans). His policies are changing, some would say destroying, America for worse. This estimate by the CBO of the record numbers of jobs lost because of Obamacare is just the latest! And the WH had the gall to say that it "frees" people not to be tied to jobs they don't like!! O"Reilly did not have to end with that comment.

Big Mike said...

Thanks Joel! Every Blessing!

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with you, Michael!

Carla

Big Mike said...

Thanks so much Carla!!!