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FOX Pre Speech Subliminal Tune Up

Reported by Deborah - December 18, 2005

Just in case any FOX viewers might be planning to watch the Bush speech with an open mind, Bill O'Reilly was on special assignment tonight making sure the faithful were armed with the right facts so they knew exactly how to think. 12/18/05

In the first segment Judge Napolitano was the dissenting voice, believe it or not. Napolitano claimed that Bush had most definitely broken laws by approving NSA spying on Americans. O'Reilly played dumb to avoid getting into a legal discussion with someone who actually knows the law.

Then the all purpose wonderboy, Dick Morris appeared claiming of Napolitano ," We almost killed each other in the Green Room." Then he proceeded to explain why Napolitano was dead wrong in his assessment that Bush broke the law. Morris thought "Democrats hurt themselves" by voting against the extension of the Patriot Act adding that 70% want it to be continued. Then, of course, he managed to get Hillary Clinton into the discussion, stating that she and Schumer voted against the extension even though New Yorkers are in such danger of attack. O'Reilly responded that all those against renewal of the Patriot Act would rather lose a city to a nuclear attack than have someone listen in on their conversations.

After replaying the Rumsfeld interview from this week Newt Gingrich joined the pep rally. He and Bill wanted Bush to go after the "liberal media". O'Reilly said that Bush "has an obligation to fight the Liberal Press undermining the War On Terror." Gingrich agreed adding that the American people will turn on the Left Wing Press.

The closing act providing some comic relief came from Geraldo Riveira. O'Reilly asked him an obviously pre arranged question about what kind of speech Bush should give tonight. Geraldo was ready for sure with his own speech claiming that he had thought of being Mayor of New York but never President. He then delivered the speech that he thought Bush should give. Pure Geraldo, it was full of schmaltzy rhetoric. Even O'Reilly couldn't take it for long.

Now with everyone's mind set in the right direction, it was showtime.

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