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“Many children fully realize their parents see them as astonishing creatures and incorporate that into their daily presentations. That is, they throw their stuff on the floor because if you are truly amazing you can pretty much do what you want. Right?”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“All I ask is for powerful people to respond honestly to the questions, and if they can’t, explain why.”

 

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“It’s an excellent movie. Really excellent.”

 

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“Many conservatives were openly angry with the Bush administration over enormous government spending and the chaos in Iraq. I don’t see as much independent thinking on the left, where President Obama is rarely criticized by his acolytes.”

 

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“The gay marriage thing to me, I don’t understand why it’s so important for the secular progressives in this country, the people who want to change America fundamentally and every way, why this is the lead issue. The L.A. Times, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe. These people are going, ‘Oh, my God, what are you doing? How can you not see the civil rights aspect of this?'”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“The Clintons opposed gay marriage. They did don’t ask, don’t tell. They did the Defense of Marriage Act.”

 

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“George W. Bush cannot out-talk Al Gore. Period. Mr. Gore thinks faster on his feet and is much more verbal. So if that is the criteria, Gore won the debate. But if that is the criteria, Don Rickles should be President.”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“Throughout American history, we have elected presidents who had not been honest man. Warren Harding, Richard Nixon, to some extent, Lyndon Johnson just to name a few.”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“I’ve got nothing against gay marriage, it’s not my issue. All right, I want homosexual Americans to be happy and to pursue happiness.”

 

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“Gross negligence in handling national security is a felony.”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“It is not wrong or bigoted to believe American society is stronger and that the family unit is better served when marriage is between a man and a woman. It is also not wrong for homosexual Americans to want to get as much parity as they can.”

 

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“It is up to each voter to evaluate honesty and competency in a factual, therefore fair way.”

 

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“Unlike abortion nobody gets hurt when gays marry but it does have deep implications for what kind of society we want to be. Therefore, individual states should decide the question.”

 

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“I’ve done more for the 9/11 families, by their own admission, I’ve done more for them than you will ever hope to do so you keep your mouth shut.”

 

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“My tact is that you don’t change the definition of marriage for one group, homosexuals, because you have to change it for all the groups. So you don’t do it, particularly if people in California vote on it, don’t want it, they think that the heterosexuality is a societal stabilizer.”

 

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“Think about this – some of us actively fighting to remove Saddam Hussein don’t agree with the cause themselves, but they’re doing their duty. And it is our duty as loyal Americans to shut up once the fighting begins, unless – unless facts prove the operation wrong, as was the case in Vietnam.”

 

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“Do the atheists in Wisconsin realize they’re going to Hell? Did you ask them that?”

 

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“Millions of American families are dealing with teenage pregnancy… It is true that some Americans will judge Governor Palin and her family. There’s nothing anyone can do about it.”

 

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“I’m a sensationalist. I’m a big mouth. I get attention. In this world you have to – if you want a mass-market presentation, you have to get attention.”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“The truth is that many powerful guys have fooled around while working for the people. Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Warren Harding to name just a few. Grover Cleveland even fathered a child outside of marriage. We all know these things happen. But we don’t want them to happen – at least most of us don’t. I can’t speak for San Francisco.”

 

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