Feb 13, 2014

Blogging the newsbusters by chloe louise...this is a tough group

only a minute to argue before Perry Mason but I will do my best......
talking about Bill O'Reilly.........he is a bully

Like BO and his recent word of the day all of you busters are so obtuse.
Talking about the civil rights movement of the 60's and the Reverend Al Sharpton.
Agree with him or not, this individual really has something to be happy about now, but there is still work to do. Why can't Bill acknowledge his happiness for once for a job well done...no BO continually marginalizes this idea by calling Al Sharpton a thug when he attended the state dinner for the President of France--the name of which Bill could not even pronounce---the H is silent.
Bill is jealous and spiteful because he has been left out and the Rev has been included.
Let him be happy for the reverend instead of calling him names and laughing at him...constantly. There is the devil at work right there if you want to go into it--trying to steal some one's happiness.
Let Bill grow up......Eddie needs to be counseled again by Wally--again, he has the mentality of a teenager
Now, I will be taking Ronald to the dog park after Perry and I do not want anyone to say anything mean about my group.....me, ronnie, Al, Geraldo, Pres. Obama, Hillary, the cats,the dems....until I can get back and defend myself.

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Bill O'Reilly: Word of the day--Grace--you have none.

Writing to Erik Wemple of the Washington Post trying to attract attention.......

I'm really writing about O'Reilly.  

What did you think of Geraldo last Fri calling out O'Reilly on disrespect during his interview with the President.  

I thought it needed to be said.  I watched that interview and I felt like Bill was baiting our President for a gang brawl.  

Something about it really made me sick.  

Last evening talking abut the state dinner he referred to Rev Al Sharpton as a thug.  

Word of the day...grace....Bill has none.  

He is constantly poking a stick in the eye of black America.  

I thought Geraldo hit the nail on the head when he said he is the first African-American President and this is a huge deal.  

Just wondering if you will write about it because people will pay attention to what you say. 

It hurts my feelings.  

Right, I do write about it but you might have a few more readers.