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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:18 am    Post subject: Fox News, OReilly, (Ailes, Gretchen, Greta)  Reply with quote

Bill O'Reilly of Fox NEWS is part of the NWO.
He is NOT lookin out for the folks at all.
He is mis-leading America.
He may be part of the illuminati, he is that evil.

In the late 1990s I altered back and forth between liking OReilly and wanting to slap him the day he verbally assassinated a Christian man who was wonderfully saved out of the homosexual lifestyle.
That day I knew OReilly is not christian.
OReilly is intensely anti-Christian - and he himself may be homosexual.

Fox is a major contributor to SIN (the NLGJA).  SHAME on you Fox!

Gretchen, Greta - Page 5

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Sean Hannity, Greta Van Susteren

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There was a time when I'd have disagreed with you about this.  After watching his attitude seemingly change over the last few months (ego?) now we're in agreement.

Think perhaps his "ratings" have something to do with it. His ego rivals that of BHO at this time.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:52 pm    Post subject: O'Reilly Reply with quote

Ever since Obama gave moderate O'Reily an interview on the Factor, Bill start leaning more to the left and started to give a pass on what Obama been doing, saying he is going to give him the benefit of the doubt.
O'Reilly in the past year started to rant against conservative groups like the birthers, prolifers, fundamentalist Christians, militia or any right wing group that is to the right of his moderate left views.
I get so aggravated with him, I rarely check his show for news or is it just his commentary that we get.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OReilly thinks the Bible is allegorical....that makes Yahweh and Yeshua a liar.....either the Bible is literally true or it is a lie.  If you break one commandment you have broken them all....if you think of sin...it is as though you have acted on it.  If you look on a woman with lust in your heart..it is as though you have been with this woman in the flesh.  OReilly is arrogant, self-righteous and possibly a liquor lover...since when he talks he wipes his mouth with his tongue often...sign of an alcoholic....he might not be a liquor lover...but believing the Bible is allegorical means that he will be hosting The No Salvation Zone in Hell one day....good luck with that Billy!
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dont think its sin for a sinful thought to pass thru your head.
Jesus Himself was tempted .. but resisted.
Just dont play with the thought.

I cant stop birds from flying over my head,
but I wont let them build their nest in my hair!  Cool

On a serious note, I will say this.
If the pastor of a church KNOWS there is SIN in his leadership or membership,
and he DOES NOT put the sinner(s) out of membership, out of leadership,
he is also guilty of that sin, and it poisons the entire church.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 10, 2014 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bill O'Reilly, Satan's emissary from Fox news
Bill OReilly shows open contempt for the written word of God.  He seeks to turn America from the Lord.
The Holy Bible says God created Adam and Eve and placed them in the garden of Eden.
It gives us the history of Noah and the flood, of Jonah and the fish, etc.
Fox News anchor Bill Satan OReilly believes none of these events.
He said a lot of the Bible is allegorical, and there are some contradictions.
This is a Satanic LIE!  I have also heard him attack homosexuals who were healed, delivered of those demons and became Christians instead of homosexual.
OReilly denied this is possible and attacked the Christian on his show.  OReilly is anti-Christ.

O’Reilly invited Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas on his nightly program.

OReilly said, Lets begin at the beginning.  Adam and Eve -
Did they literally live in the garden of Eden and usurp the evolutionary process?
(This alone shows what an incredible fool OReilly is.)

Pastor Jeffress responded, Absolutely, they lived.  They were actual human beings and Jesus affirmed that in Matthew 19,
and so I think Jesus knew what he was talking about.
Jesus said that God created man male and female in the garden and He brought them together in marriage.

OReilly calls Colmes a liar
Fox News Bill OReilly called demoncrat idiot Alan Colmes a liar.
I dislike OReilly, but its true, Colmes is a liar, so are all lefties.  Barak Obama is a pathological
Satanic liar.  Dems follow his lying lead.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 10, 2014 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Years ago I read a lengthy article about O'Reilly's (long)career - yeah, I know the NWO minions run the entire MSM, but nonetheless how he got to this level is somewhat surprising, especially with the way he had a hard time getting along with his colleagues at other news stations like CBS(ie-he got angry if the execs didn't give him certain reporting duties as a novice).

He was also an anchor on that tabloid show "Inside Edition" for a good while like 20 years ago - that show was as gossipy and tabloid as you can get, but nonetheless O'Reilly had almost a completely different personality on it(ie-don't remember him getting all brass and upset like he does on his own FOX show). I also remember this show paid Tonya Harding alot of money for an interview(after the Nancy Kerrigan incident, that is), even though O'Reilly denied it when it was exposed.

Ultimately, when I saw his face on FOX years later, I was rather surprised, especially after seeing him host a tabloid show like IE.

Bill O'Reilly Certainly Sounds Like He Supports Gay Marriage
3/27/13  Fox News talking head Bill O'Reilly made waves last night for criticizing the arguments against gay marriage. Is he getting ready to come out in support of marriage equality?  

"I didn't hear anything articulated that was particularly persuasive," Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly said on Tuesday's O'Reilly show. "I agree with you 100 percent," O'Reilly responded. The two anchors were discussing how they are unimpressed with the arguments from gay marriage opponents so far. And then it got interesting.  

"I hate to say this, and next week I've got something that Kelly's really not going to like," O'Reilly said. "Wow, OK," Kelly responded. Here's O'Reilly on why he was so non-plussed by traditional marriage advocates:  

"The compelling argument is on the side of homosexuals,” O’Reilly said. "That’s where the compelling argument is. 'We're Americans. We just want to be treated like everybody else.' That’s a compelling argument, and to deny that, you have got to have a very strong argument on the other side. The argument on the other side hasn’t been able to do anything but thump the Bible." Evil or Very Mad

So, wait, what is O'Reilly going to announce next week? Saying you're going to announce something that a Fox News anchor won't like next week before launching into a mini-tirade about how the arguments against gay marriage are weak certainly sounds like you're setting yourself up to come out in support of gay marriage. Are we crazy for drawing that conclusion? Maybe? Is there something in our coffee this morning. O'Reilly went on to remind everyone he supports civil unions for gay couples. It's true, and he has for quite some time. Then he said this: "The gay marriage thing, I don’t feel that strongly about it one way or another. I think the states should do it... New York has it, I'm fine with it. I want all Americans to be happy, I do."  

It's important to note O'Reilly never said he supports gay marriage at any point during the segment. He offered up the "it's a state issue" deflection which is favored among some Republicans who don't want to be seen as outright gay marriage opponents. Rand Paul used the same answer on Fox News Sunday last weekend, coincidentally enough.

And, while O'Reilly is a loyal soldier in the Fox News army, he's always been a bit of an odd duck in the conservative talking head movement. The Factor host, for instance, has consistently supported civil unions for gay couples and federal gun control. He told David Letterman he supports harsher sentences on gun crimes and a federal gun registry earlier this year. Those are not popular conservative ideas! But O'Reilly never comes outright and says, "I'm a big fan of gay marriage." He does, however, lay the ground work for maybe saying so in the future. He doesn't "feel that strongly about it," the arguments against it aren't very strong, he wants Americans to be happy. It sounds as if he's setting everyone up for his gay marriage support announcement, so it won't be such a shock. Hm, wonder when that will happen. Next week, maybe?

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Bill O'Reilly Continues Gay Marriage Reversal, Backs DOMA Repeal (Video)
4/11/13  Bill O'Reilly made headlines late last month when he seemed to have softened his long opposition to same sex marriage. Speaking with THR at the annual 35 Most Powerful People in Media Party -- where he was honored as one of the major players -- the Fox News host and best selling author doubled down on his sudden change of heart.

"I think they should leave it to the states," he said. "I don't think the federal government should impose it on anybody. Let the states decide the issue."

Pressed as to whether that meant he would be okay with the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act -- the federal statute that defines marriage between a man and a woman, and the issue at play in one of the Supreme Court cases -- he leaned toward saying yes.

"I don't really feel one way or the other about it," O'Reilly remarked. "I think it's a symbolic act, so whatever they want to do there in Congress, fine."
Frankly, O'Reilly is less concerned with civil rights than he is with matters of war and peace.

"I'm more interested in saving the country from bankruptcy and keeping us out of a crazy war with North Korea," the host explained. "I'm going to send Dennis Rodman over there to calm the guy down, slap him around," he joked, alluding to the NBA Hall of Famer's recent trip/stunt to meet with dictator Kim Jong-Un. Who else would you want, in a period of crisis for America, than Dennis Rodman?"

After Phone Call with Rubio, O'Reilly Offers Full-Scale Support of Immigration Bill
6/20/13  Bill O’Reilly came out in full-scale support for the immigration reform bill currently making its way through the Senate.
Despite its border security shortcomings, O’Reilly said, “it looks like the secure border is in reach – at least somewhat.” He continued, “Talking Points supports immigration reform, even though I well understand the new law will be somewhat chaotic…will be a magnet for more people to come here illegally, which is why we need stepped up security around the border.” He concluded, “I hope this bill does become law.”
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O'Reilly buys Obama propaganda on Syria
September 8, 2013
Bill O'Reilly objects to "bloviating," which I think means giving opinions not based on fact. So what should we make of his claim that "I believe there is overwhelming evidence that the Syrian tyrant Assad did gas civilians, including children." Where is the "overwhelming evidence?"
One day earlier, O'Reilly had claimed, "The evidence is strong that Assad violated the Geneva Convention by using poison gas to kill civilians."
So in the course of one day, the evidence had gone from "strong" to "overwhelming." On what basis did this occur? O'Reilly doesn't say.
I submit that O'Reilly is engaged in bloviating.

Bill O’Reilly Wants To Destroy Your Faith In Jesus And The Bible
Oct 2013

“But, beloved, remember ye the words which were spoken before of the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ; How that they told you there should be mockers in the last time…” Jude 1

Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly does not believe that the bible is true or trustworthy, and in his new book “Killing Jesus”, he explains why. O’Reilly also says that, after casting doubt on the entire New Testament and mocking the words of Jesus, that the “Holy Spirit inspired him to write it”.

Imagine that.

From NewsMax: Bill O’Reilly didn’t become the most popular personality in cable television news by being noncontroversial. And he told CBS’s “60 Minutes” on Sunday that he wasn’t afraid to spark controversy in his new historical thriller, “Killing Jesus.”

Though he used the New Testament’s four Gospels as source material, he left out parts he doesn’t believe happened as written. For instance, Jesus didn’t say, “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do” from the cross, the Catholic O’Reilly maintains. It wouldn’t have been physically possible, he said.

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