Bill O’Reilly kept it classy and substantive tonight as he discussed President Obama’s press conference that wound up tonight. O’Reilly’s major takeaway? It was “the most boring press conference I’ve ever seen.” Then O’Reilly went on a tear against Obama for not making sense and not being blunter about how things went between him and Putin.
After O’Reilly and Brit Hume spent about three minutes knocking President Obama for not being a stronger force in the summit, O’Reilly asked, “What was the most important thing about that press conference tonight?”
Hume said that the most important thing was “there was nothing important about that press conference.”
“No, you’re wrong,” O’Reilly said. “The most important thing about that press conference was that it ended.”
Do you think O'Reilly's crankiness had anything to do with the fact that the press conference pre-empted part of his show?
It could very well be that (as his assertion that his crankiness came about because of a boring press conference seems so utterly bogus; for crying out loud, nearly every press conferences is boring). Or it could be as some of the others here have said – BOR got his ass handed to him for being too “easy” on Obama regarding the new immigration policy
Or his crankiness could have stemmed from the fact that, while Obama was doing his Presidential duties/working on important issues with other world leaders, the day’s highlight of BOR’s guy, Mittens, was making cookies/pie crusts and wading ankle deep in Lake Michigan with his wifey.
Whatever the reason, BOR made a total jackass of himself with his over-the-top antics. His segement with Alan Colmes wasn’t any better either. BOR was like a 3 year old throwing a tantrum. Geez, BOR needs to get a grip.
Would you prefer if President Obama wore a flight suit and codpiece at his next presser? Would that make it more “exciting” for you?
I saw the first two segments with Hume and Colmes. O’Loofah was in top jackass form last night. It was obvious he was on a mission to smear the President in any way and no one was going to stop him. Funny, in his segment with Goldberg the other night, he referred to himself as a journalist once again. He sure didn’t act like a journalist last nite, he barely looked competent with his fake tough guy act. He behaved more like Morton Downey Jr.