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OMG! O'Reilly just said

Start around 1:45: "I don't care about the Constitution." He was talking to Judge Napolitano about KSM being tried in NYC. Did anyone else catch that?

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Am I reading Bill correctly?

"I think this is a terrible mistake. I'll tell you why. This is gonna turn into a circus and a show trial. Bush is gonna be on trial... the CIA... waterboarding and all of that."

His tone, inflection and demeandor would seem to indicate that such would be a BAD thing.

O'Reilly is

a pinhead!

I loath Bill. Nonetheless I

I loath Bill. Nonetheless I would love to see more discourse such as this. The judge made sense of this subject and the only thing Bill could do to obscure the logic was to cut him off, change the subject or tactic, and talk over him. Luckily, he had to be somewhat more polite to his coworker than is his customary treatment of guests on his program.

It's all he knows

"...the only thing Bill could do to obscure the logic was to cut him off, change the subject or tactic, and talk over him."

When has he ever once acted differently? If he were not allowed to employ these tactics, he would be off the air in a couple of weeks because he would be incapable of making an argument by any other tactics.

There should be a law

There should be a law allowing those of us who believe in the rule of law to slap the crap out of people when they make comments like "I don't care about the Constitution."

Let's get him off the air!

And replace him with the judge!

Everyone call and email Fox News and tell them that the American people care about the Constitution!


Did it already

Had a little word to say about O'Reilly/Hannity too.

O'Reilly is a rude blowhard with limited understanding.

He comes from the big city where those sorts of things are considered to be virtues. If you can't be smart be loud. That's his motto
Unfortunately many are impressed by his ilk.
Ever notice how people who have something intelligent to say aren't loud and rude? People like Ron Paul are impressive.

The Judge rules..............

We got to get him to run for office...........


Before watching any O'Reilly clips

I reccomend you get your Bill O'Reilly Voo Doo doll and a stack of pins....


Here is a funny clip from when Napolitano was on Colbert and makes a freudian slip! lol!


"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

Colbert was acting stupid, but OReally thought him wise

Colbert routinely acts in such a way to draw out of his interviewees the kind of response he hopes will allow them to speak freely and passionately as Judge Napolitano did here.

When he mistakenly called Colbert, Bill, instead of Stephen, at the end of his corrective rant, Colbert correctly took it as a compliment that his clown act was close enough to OReallys' that it caused the slip.

What was sad was that the Bullmeister was either too proud, or stupid, (or both), to acknowledge that the compliment Colbert took by it was for him successfully playing the fool that OReally actually is.


Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

That was funny

obviously Steven had brought O'Reilly to the Judges mind!!

That was so funny!

That was so funny!

oh man

That clip was beautiful,hahaha
No wonder Bill has a chip on his shoulder.

lol - how pathetic

...trying to butt heads with the Judge. What a freakin moron. He looks so damn stupid. When you have someone in an argument and they retreat to "I don't care about the Constitution", you know you've won absolutely.

Bully Billy

Haha, couldn't bully Andrew. Haha, got owned, or pwned, whatever that means, I am sure it happened to Billy.

Bull OReally- Domestic enemy of the Constitution

While clearly failing to get Judge Napolitano to endorse the Pox Gnus agenda, and compromise his Constitutional principles, a frustrated OReally blows his thinly-veiled cover and confesses to the crime of his own bottom-line.

If the Constitution doesn't give you the power to do whatever you feel necessary, declare it to be personally irrelevant, cite popular opinion-makers who agree with you, justify governmental end-runs around it, and hope that the Judges' valiant application of the Supreme Law of the Land will look weak in the glazed eyes of your audience.

"I agree with Krauthammer, and not you, but I respect your...I respect your opinion" How disingenuous can the Bullmeister be?!!!

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

I don't care how the

question is posed. The judge does think you follow the constitution.
Oreilly is a pin head.

250 FT Underground?

Sorry maybe it is common knowledge for all of you (since no one mentioned it), but what exactly did Judge mean that Moussaoui was 250 Ft below ground.

His Wikipedia page says he is at a prison in Colorado.

Probably an underground base

Probably an underground base in Colorado.

You ever wish

that someone ( be it the Judge or someone else) would climb over OReilly's desk and just start pummeling him, as soon as BO sticks his finger in their face?
Just a total Geraldo moment where chairs start flying, O'Reilly gets one across the bridge of the nose, etc..

God forbid that the judge bring up the supreme law of the land to Mr. Pinhead. It is all about emotionalism, and sensationalism, and the constitution be damned. It is only useful when it is for THEIR purposes.

Much of this is being taught in the military, and other circles, is that the Constitution is a "dated" document, and doesn't apply to modern day circumstances.

The judge is so cool in the face of idiocy though. I did have a brief fantasy of him diving over the desk and grabbing BillO by his designer lapels, and proceed to giving him a brisk slapping about the head and shoulders.


I wish O'Reilly...

...would go choke on a falafel and die. He's just oozes creepy old man.

Not out of context...these are his true colors

His statement is not out of context anymore than Obama's statement of "Islam is my faith" was taken out of context. Obama said it. The interviewer had to correct him, "I'm sure you mean Christianity is your faith, not Islam." And Obama said, "Oh yeah, that's what I meant."

I'm sure all of us have made the mistake of saying we are Muslims when we are in fact Christians.

Anyway, this statement would NEVER, EVER, EVER, EVER, EVER be made by somebody who cared about the US Constitution.

Why? Because such a person would immediately hear his own words and correct himself, because of how blatantly bad and treasonous it sounds. You would NEVER want to have a tape of this made.

The Judge mentions BO's attack on the Constitution later when he says, "the document you (Bill) don't want me talk about," and Bill still doesn't take the time to correct the PR disaster he created for himself.

He doesn't correct his treasonous image because he DOES NOT CARE. He doesn't care about Liberty, about the US Constitution which vouchsafes our liberties, and could care less about Ron Paul, the Freedom movement, or the direction towards hell and despotism we are quickly going.

In fact, he's aiding and abetting. His true colors were indeed shown, yet again.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

good point. It is a Freudian

good point. It is a Freudian slip at the very least.

Ventura 2012

The judge did well imo

Though I was hoping he said something to the effect of, "wow this is one heck of a spin you are doing for a no spin zone"

No way

was his remark taken out of context. The constitution is only valid to some when it fits their agenda; when it doesn't, it's not important and who cares. The judge was right on and O'Reilly couldn't stand up to it. He was flustered and his only defense was to attack the constitution which was standing in the way of his beliefs.


My interpretation:

It looked more like Bill was asking the Judge a question about HIS OPINION and the Judge was instead referencing the Constitution. Clearly, Bill just wanted HIS OPINION about 9/11 and the differences of interpretation about the attacks, not what the Constitution says about terrorist attacks. The Judge already explained that from that perspective.

I think its been blown way out of proportion and put out of context. If the Judge, Mr. Constitution himself, found the statement to be ridiculous, he would have rebuked it and continued on with his Constitution stance.

I think he did rebuke him

at 2:35 when the judge said" the document you don't want me to talk about".

O'Reilly said, "Bush and the CIA will be on trial."

We can't have that now can we? We can't have Cheney on trial can we? We can't have Rumsfeld on trial can we?

Who cares what O'Reilly said about the constitution. He's clueless and only interested in tabloid/gossip television like the work he did on Inside Edition. He just brought the soap opera mentality to Fox because Rupert Murdoch wanted sizzle not truth.

O'Reilly makes Glenn Beck look like Ron Paul.

Let's see if New York let's these prosecutors get away with the lies and ommissions that the 9/11 Commission and the Zacary trial did.

I hope we see riots if they try to do a replay.

Open that Pandora's Box. I can't wait for justice.