I meant to post this yesterday. Billy has been interviewing Bush these last few days. Of course he won't look back and ask GW about any of his ea
I meant to post this yesterday. Billy has been interviewing Bush these last few days. Of course he won't look back and ask GW about any of his earlier mistakes. What would be the point, right? Instead he'll focus on the real no-spin zone issues like Iran, Iraq, North Korea. terror, but---nothing domestic. Why bother, but the most important issue and the one closest to his heart is---the personal attacks on Bush: IE: The media.
O'Reilly: Finally on Wednesday the personal attacks on President Bush. How he sees them and how they effect his job.
All those nasty questions and op-eds really must be a distraction for George. This is a topic Billy will sink his teeth in. As O'Reilly gets off on his media angle, Bush will nod and laugh a little bit and let O'Reilly do the dirty work for him. The standard "attack the media" conservative tool. This will be Billy's favorite segment of all three segments and you can bet that O'Reilly will say that he's used to those nasty smear tactics as well. A little bonding is always called for. My question to you here at the No Lie Zone-- who will O'Reilly hit harder, the ACLU or the NY Times?
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