After this teaser the other day, you knew Bill O'Reillys interview with Rep. Barney Frank was going to be fun. Frank succinctly breaks down why he called Chris Wallace out on his "odd view of balance" saying that the interview was promoted as a chance for the Democrats to talk about their agenda yet began with Wallace nitpicking points of controversy while all but ignoring the positive Democratic agenda the incoming Chairmen were prepared to discuss. Frank made his case so persuasively that O'Reilly -- who claimed he's been "sabotaged" before too -- conceded he had a point.
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Sparks began to fly when O'Reilly brought up the topic of income redistribution and freaked out when Frank gave him an answer he didn't like. This prompted the Congressman to tell Bill to "stop being a silly would-be district attorney" when he demanded an answer "for the record" and told him to "go to law school" if he wanted to do that. O'Reilly couldn't resist the urge to fire back accusing Frank of thinking he was the "czar of the interview." Good times.
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