Bay Buchanan's World Is A Scary Place.

O'Reilly tried to make the case that the outrage from the left against Bush is for exactly the same reasons as the right-wing hatred of Hillary Clint

O'Reilly tried to make the case that the outrage from the left against Bush is for exactly the same reasons as the right-wing hatred of Hillary Clinton. BillO cites a new poll that shows Hillary has high negatives in the presidential race that kicks off his segment. For a well-balanced broadcast he had on two right-wing talking heads to agree with his hypothesis and defend Bush. That's the FOX way. The ex-MSNBC'er, Monica Crowley (she keeps on ticking) and Bay Buchanan (ex-Tancredo supporter) were on hand to back up O'Reilly's inaccurate and misleading argument. What a surprise. It is correct to say that right wingers have their own illness associated to the Clinton family, but for President Bush---his actions led us to where we are today.

Bay Buchanan does her brother (a VDARE man) proud with this apologetic and unrealistic analysis of George Bush---because as we all know---you can't fault the man. He was only following his heart--or something....

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Buchanan: Personal, but it's different in this regard. George Bush didn't do anything. He's just being himself. He's just following policies he believes in. In the Clinton case, she made decisions that has brought this upon her, She's made decisions...

See what I mean?

O:Reilly: They're calling him a liar a deceiver...

Crowley: Oh, and even worse than that. War criminal.

O:Reilly: That's not ideology, that's personal.

Buchanan: You got to understand where it's coming from on the left. The liberal elite are intellectual snobs. They only respect people who are very good with the numbers and the quotes and the facts and the figures. They have to be very high intellectual level. They never respected President Reagan.

Well, excuse me for wanting a President that has a particular quality---intelligence. Sorry I cut in on her transcript...

Buchanan: ...and then you take somebody that they don't respect and you give them power. And there is George Bush, this fellow that they don't even like his speech pattern, becomes President of the US, then takes them to war...And that's the anger...


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O'Reilly: That's personal, about Bush's religion about his inarticulate presentation--see--what Hillary Clinton and President Bush have in common ladies is this is all personal. And the left says Bush is dishonest, he's a rube, he's a superstitious guy who believes in God, but it all comes down to the same thing. It's personal.

Buchanan: Personal, but it's different in this regard. George Bush didn't do anything. He's just being himself. He's just following policies he believes in. In the Clinton case, she made decisions that has brought this upon her, She's made decisions...

This analysis should be banned from TeeVee and Bay should be booted out of the studio, but it's really the gold standard of 24/7 news. The executives allow this type of banter to be used as political thought.

You see. Bush is a common man, who simply believes in what he's doing. He really had nothing to do with the direction his administration took. It was just a few policies he developed that happened to turn a few mean and hateful folks against him. One of these fluffy policies that upset the DFHC (dirty f*&king Hippy Caucus) and a Neocon platter deluxe is called "preemptive strike,"---which allowed him to invade a country that didn't attack us; causing much death and destruction.

And what about those pesky signing statements? Well, Congress passed bills that didn't go along with his policies also, so he had to void them secretly. And it was his policy to implement torture and rendition. And what about Hurricane Katrina? The list goes on and on...

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