The current debt ceiling debate has found Bill O'Reilly somewhat on the left of where he usually finds himself, warning Republicans and Tea Partiers alike not to interrupt the Democrats as they make their mistakes. Tonight he phoned into the program from Los Angeles, where he warned host Laura Ingraham that, since [at] this point "the President is taking an enormous hit," the only thing that could rehabilitate his image is "craziness on the right."
The irony, according to O'Reilly, is that the people who dislike President Obama the most are actually helping him the most. His call to conservatives: "Stop this hateful rhetoric." Interesting theory, but if "craziness on the right" actually guaranteed Obama political success, we'd have already amended the Constitution to allow him to stay in office for life.
Read more at Mediaite.
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