Funnyman Dennis Miller in his weekly spot with Bill O’Reilly weighing in on everything from the Florida Republican Primary to Occupy Oakland and Sunday’s Super Bowl. Too bad this thing aired Wednesday night – before the Trumpster endorsed Mitt Romney. Guess we’ll have to wait for next week’s segment. A couple of great lines before we get to the video…
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Funnyman Dennis Miller made his weekly appearance on Bill O’Reilly’s The Factor and weighed in on Tuesday’s GOP Presidential Debate. I’ve posted video of the interview below, but I think it’s safe to say Miller’s ready for the “second season.” After sizing up Rick Perry and Herman Cain specifically, Miller turns on the debates in a more general sense saying (paraphrasing) “these things should work like Survivor – one of them should get voted off every week.”
Funnyman Dennis Miller has some one-on-one time with Mitt Romney over the weekend and he makes his weekly trip back to The Factor with Bill O’Reilly to offer his report. He also weighs in on President Obama’s newest “Class Warfare” campaign and breaks down his personal tax burden for the audience. The pair also talk race-baiting Maxine Waters and her most recent interview. Good stuff here if you like Dennis Miller AND you can tolerate the two of them pitching their tour throughout
I forgot to put this up the other day after Dennis Miller made his weekly appearance with Bill O’Reilly on The Factor, but I had to get it up because the funnyman makes some outstanding points herein. Topic du jour? Paul Krugman and his hippie liberal anti-American 9/11 New York Times post. The two also touched on Ahmadinejad’s upcoming visit to Columbia University. Good stuff from Miller here. I’m missed this routine.
Syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer weighed in on Mitt Romney’s interview with Bill O’Reilly Tuesday night and explored the Former Massachusetts Governor’s foreign policy remarks – adding a few of his own. The interview closes with some brief commentary on Monday night’s debate where O’Reilly asks Mr. Krauthammer about Rick Perry’s performance. His grade? “He didn’t do well. That was his second debate. If he doesn’t improve, he’s going to suffer a lot. Romney has been at this five years. He’s well practiced. Perry is not. And you can’t win entirely on charm.”
Mitt Romney made an appearance on the O’Reilly Factor Tuesday night and addressed a variety of topic with host Bill O’Reilly. Probably surprising to some, Romney spent much of his time with O’Reilly talking foreign policy – an area not thought to be in his wheelhouse. Perhaps the Former Massachusetts Governor was “testing” a few talking points ahead of the next debate where foreign policy will likely take center stage after having been all but excluded from previous contests.
Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer made an appearance on Bill O’Reilly’s The O’Reilly Factor Tuesday evening and the pair of right-wingers discussed the current debt ceiling impasse. I’ll spare you the commentary as deference to Mr. Krauthammer’s own words will surely be more beneficial. Be sure to stick it out for the whole of the clip. Krauthammer throws in a great Lincoln line near the end that you will no doubt see repeated here when future conversations permit such a profound point of reference. Enjoy.
Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer and Fox News host Bill O’Reilly discussed debt solutions Thursday night on The Factor. The two are clearly at odds on where the matter currently stands with Krauthammer in the camp of those who think President Obama has the upper-hand with the assistance of the mainstream media who have begun to portray this debate as a Republican-driven crisis. O’Reilly references polls – which he would be using to make the alternative argument should they be necessary and fitting. In a nutshell, he believes Obama’s on the ropes. Call me a pessimist, but I’m inclined to go with Krauthammer here. I’ve yet to see anything from our Party’s leadership that says they – or the country for that matter – will emerge from this unscathed.
As you probably know, the First Lady hosted a little “poetry” event at the White House last week. Unlike nearly every other poetry event, this was actually created a “buzz” and stole more than its share of headlines. The extension of an invitation to Common was the root of the hubbub. Just in case you missed it; or are wondering why anyone cares, Common is a rapper who wrote “A song for Assata” – a tribute to former Black Panther activist Assata Shakur (aka Joanne Chesimard) who was convicted for the 1973 slaying of Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike and later escaped and fled to Cuba.