[media id=3653] [media id=3654] (h/t Heather) For Bill O'Reilly, Time Magazine's choice of Vladimir Putin for Person of the Year is good news and b
December 19, 2007

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For Bill O'Reilly, Time Magazine's choice of Vladimir Putin for Person of the Year is good news and bad news. The bad news is that Time didn't select the person that Bill O'Reilly felt deserved it most: Gen. David Petraeus. The good news is that Pooty knocked runner up Al Gore out of first place. And we all know that choosing a Nobel Laureate/Oscar winner who has almost single-handedly propelled the concept of global climate change into world politics would have certainly resulted in subscription cancellations, unlike a yes man military officer who willingly injects himself into a partisan political debate and sacrifices needlessly hundreds of troops under his command.

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