• Mr Willow

    “Because they didn’t violate any laws, Tavis!”

    “OOOOOOOOOOOH!!”

    That was great.

  • Mr Willow

    “Because they didn’t violate any laws, Tavis!”

    “OOOOOOOOOOOH!!”

    That was great.

  • Gergith

    Wow! :D

  • Gergith

    Wow! :D

  • TennesseeCyberian

    Too bad they couldn’t get Hulk Hogan or “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to weigh in on the matter.

  • JoJoDancer

    Too bad they couldn’t get Hulk Hogan or “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to weigh in on the matter.

  • Misinformation

    Bill O’Reilly: “C’mon, don’t bring up the black thing!” (paraphrased slightly)

    Bill O’Reilly: (just before video ends) “Comin up, we’re gonna discuss why Herman Cain is being dismissed by some of the African American community (paraphrased slightly).

  • Misinformation

    Bill O’Reilly: “C’mon, don’t bring up the black thing!” (paraphrased slightly)

    Bill O’Reilly: (just before video ends) “Comin up, we’re gonna discuss why Herman Cain is being dismissed by some of the African American community (paraphrased slightly).

  • Kariiismith

    I can’t wait to get to Wall Street this weekend!!

  • Kariiismith

    I can’t wait to get to Wall Street this weekend!!

  • Kariiismith

    I can’t wait to get to Wall Street this weekend!!

  • Kariiismith

    I can’t wait to get to Wall Street this weekend!!

  • Guest

    that was awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Guest

    that was awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Greenneck1

    So I guess chronology is irrelevant to O’Reilly.  Isn’t it possible that the substance abuse and addiction came after the poverty?  In other words, it is a symptom, not the cause f the problem, though it does exacerbate the problem.  That being said, he is right that the behavior of the bankers was not illegal because those regulations were phased out over the last thirty years.  In fact, much of the behavior that led up to the recession was illegal for most of the 20th century under gambling laws.   http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/11/30/809274/-Senator-wants-to-use-gambling-laws-to-regulate-Wall-Street

  • Greenneck1

    So I guess chronology is irrelevant to O’Reilly.  Isn’t it possible that the substance abuse and addiction came after the poverty?  In other words, it is a symptom, not the cause f the problem, though it does exacerbate the problem.  That being said, he is right that the behavior of the bankers was not illegal because those regulations were phased out over the last thirty years.  In fact, much of the behavior that led up to the recession was illegal for most of the 20th century under gambling laws.   http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/11/30/809274/-Senator-wants-to-use-gambling-laws-to-regulate-Wall-Street

  • Elmyr23

    This is one guy that i wish some nut job would attack.

  • Elmyr23

    This is one guy that i wish some nut job would attack.

  • STATIC1985

    O’reilly is such a schrill
    I’d like to see how he would react to poverty.
    stick him in a cot at the homeless shelter,
    that might teach him some compassion.
    The kind that his christ speaks of.

  • STATIC1985

    O’reilly is such a schrill
    I’d like to see how he would react to poverty.
    stick him in a cot at the homeless shelter,
    that might teach him some compassion.
    The kind that his christ speaks of.

  • Laws456

    I give my two homeys props for appearing on this scum’s show. Bill and his right wing brethren are very ignorant misleading fucks. OWS should pop up at FNC next week.

  • Anonymous

    I give my two homeys props for appearing on this scum’s show. Bill and his right wing brethren are very ignorant misleading fucks. OWS should pop up at FNC next week.

21
More in Alternatives, Bill O'Reilly, Cornel West, Economics, Fox News, Politics, Poverty
A Post-Fossil Fuel World?

New Scientists reviews Robert Laughlin's new book about the future of energy... Starting with the premise that we'll eventually stop using fossil fuels, Robert Laughlin imagines the energy sources of...

Close