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Reply #12: Didn't Dean appear on Hardball recently? [View All]

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RedSox02 Donating Member (804 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-03-03 04:28 PM
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12. Didn't Dean appear on Hardball recently?
How can O'Reilly criticize Dean when he first appeared on Russert, then went on Hardball. The difference between O'Reilly and these other guys is that they at least let their guests talk and don't blow a gasket if the guy is able to answer a quesiton. Also A guy like Russert isn't personally debating his guests, he is asking questions he htinks peopel want to hear. O'Reilly on the other hand takes everything personal, and considers it a duel. Russert and Mathews play Devil's advocate alot.

Anyways there is nothing funnier than seeing someone strike a nerve with O'Reilly. Occasionally it happens where O'Reilly panics because he has been embaressed on his show and he freaking explodes. Of course he did it to Franken at the book expo, but Neal Boortz, who I really dislike got him good on the Factor one night and O'Reilly went apesh*t, calling him a viscious son of a b*tch.
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