THE YOUNG TURKS – Bill O’Reilly Courageously Covered War With A Pen (Yes, He Said That)

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  1. Pat Nagle

    And I covered many wars with my TV remote. Where’s my medal?

  2. Perry Levin

    Mikey, with your mic cutoff you still managed to bring out O’Reilly as the fake that he is. “I covered 4 wars with a pen” has got to be the most outrageous right-wing quote of the year. But let’s not lose sight of the fact that he was also calling serving military members “cowards.”

  3. I covered my eyes when viewing all of the wars since 1991, and this was due to the fact that someone with the surname of either “Bush” or “Cheney” initiated those wars in the Middle East. Where is my Congressional Medal of Honoring for covering my eyes at the arrogance and ignorance of the Repugnantcans in command? I would have covered the wars with a pen, but it ran out of ink…much in the same way that Bill O’Reilly ran out of dignity, intelligence, and journalistic integrity!

  4. SgtCedar

    I think Bill O is including the War on Christmas and the War on Easter when he says he covered 4 wars. I’m not sure what the other 2 were. Maybe the War on Chick-fil-A is one.

  5. Jan Novotny

    Bill thinks covering 4 wars with a pen makes him a veteran. And him calling anyone else a bloviator is hilarious.

  6. Tom Clarke

    You are disgusting and totally wrong about the military and christianiity.
    A chaplain does not coerce or force anyone to participate in any services. I was in the US Air Force and I know I could go to church on base when I wanted to go and others in my unit did not go if that was their choice. No problem. No issue. You are just discriminating against those who want to live our religious freedom– which we enjoy in the USA whether civilian or military. Things like having a Nativity scene on base do not force you or anyone to believe.
    Sincerely, Tom Clarke

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