Apparently, Bill O’Reilly hasn’t found a new Miley Cyrus, Sandra Fluke, Dr. Tiller, Al Gore yet so he brought on hate monger extraordinaire Glenn Beck to spice up the now-familiar attacks. Gore, as you probably know by now, reportedly turned down Glenn Beck's offer to buy Gore's Current TV on ideological grounds – before making the supposedly heinous decision to sell to Al Jazeera. With a malicious grin, O’Reilly asked, “How do you process it, personally, when you’re more loathsome to Al Gore than guys who glorify Osama Bin Laden?” A hilarity of hate ensured.
“As a badge of honor. I want that on my resume,” Beck joked. “It’s a badge of honor that I am more loathsome, that I am not anywhere close to his agenda, close to his values – because Al Jazeera is closer!”
As the two skipped down the avenue of Gore bashing that we’ve heard over and over on Fox, O’Reilly dug up a bit of fresh dirt to throw. Still gleeful, O’Reilly said, “So you believe that Al Gore, in his mind, thinks that you’re more of a threat to the world than Al Jazeera?”
Beck answered, “(Gore) is more in line with Al Jazeera than he is with anything that I would preach.”
Yes, and thank goodness, but not for the reasons Beck put forth: that Beck stands for “American exceptionalism” (just pay no attention to how much he bashes our country), American common sense (said the guy who became such an embarrassment to Fox News that they got rid of him), responsibility (from the guy who called our president a racist and worse on Fox) , hard work. Hey, I live in Texas. Drill? Hey, I think he thinks I am much more dangerous than Al Jazeera. He is that insane.”
Frankly, I don’t think blubbering Beck is in any position to call anyone else insane.
Murdoch (not Newscorp) personally owns enough shares in Al Risala to be named a major shareholder- Yes or no?
Al Risala and Newscorp are both shareholders in Al Jazeera- Yes or no?
I don’t link up sources for trolls anymore- They don’t read them if I do, they only ask so they can try calling me a liar if I don’t. But that’s your starting point. Try doing your own homework for once, instead of seeing if you can make us do it for you.
Or admit you’re just another concern troll that can’t provide his sources, and won’t read ours because he’d rather play that game.
Oh, wait- “Pierre” doesn’t care about facts. He cares about making us go fetch links he’ll never read, and pulling out the liar card when someone won’t play that game. Been a while since we had one of those, we’re long overdue.
The range of possible sources is a vast one over here, and it includes Al Jazeera. I agree with the poster who compared them to the BBC. Actually, they’re better than the BBC because they really and truly do cover the whole world.
In comment to another poster, it’s true that Al Jazeera is a private company but – unless I’m sorely mistaken – isn’t FNC also a private company? Why should the one situation preclude the possibility (certainty?) that Rupert Murdoch has shares in Al Jazeera?
You forgot his many other names. Personally I like the very first one best
Vicious Killer, immediately rebaptised Vacuous Offkilter.
Apart from that, predictable hence boring.
And, why do you continue to write like a juvenile?
Al Di La
In the feeble Teabaggin’ mind(?), all of the above are terrorist organizations.
“If you take what I say as gospel, you’re an idiot.” — Glenn Beck
Btw, the below letter to Bek is a must read. Not only is it pretty damn funny but Kirell does a nice job of nailing Bek’s ass to the wall. Hopefully folks will see Bek’s manuevers to reinvent himself/his network for what it really is.
That sounds like something a 10th grader might pen.
Tell me, Visitor 55, do you watch Al Jazerra? How often and in which language? And, fwiw, Al Jazerra is a “moooooslin” (learn to spell, ditzo) name. It’s is Arabic for “The Peninsula.” And, FYI, it is a privately held company, not owned by anyone at FOX.
Earlier this week, he tried to get some bipartisan points from the Alex Jones meltdown by calling him “A hatemongering, lunatic hack that doesn’t care about the truth- only what gets him the best ratings.” On the cam feeds, both his co-hosts, his guest, and all 15 people in the booth were visibly struggling to not make a “Pot, meet kettle” comment.
And when their callers tried to get that in, there were a few points where it was beyond obvious Stu wanted to let one slip past. I noted that they were all at points where Beck was braying about his so-called relevance.
Yet, O’Reilly has no problem pretending this clown matters. For a guy that his college transcripts say has an off the charts IQ, he sure does like to look dumb.