Thursday, July 14, 2011

Bill O'Reilly Proves He's A Pinhead: Attacks Tea Party Over Debt Ceiling Fight

I wasn't watching the bloviator tonight, but The Right Scoop was and reports that Bill O'Reilly attacked the Tea Party and Michele Bachmann over the refusal to raise the debt limit in his "Talking Points Memo" this evening.
Earlier this week we interviewed Congresswoman Michele Bachmann who said she will not vote to raise the debt ceiling no matter what. Talking Points respectfully disagrees with Ms. Bachmann because if a debt deal is not reach Americans will suffer greatly. I know some of you don’t believe that, but here’s even more evidence.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warned yesterday that the nation faces a huge financial calamity if the debt ceiling is not increased. Also the Moody’s financial analysis Ratings agency is threatening to downgrade America’s bonds which are now AAA rated. That would drastically hurt the US economy. All Americans should put ideology aside and urge the politicians to get a compromise done.

…President Obama and the Democrats must stop the spending madness immediately. The country simply can’t afford it any more.

On the other side conservative Tea Party people can’t continue to say ‘hey, we don’t care what happens to the economy. We’re not going to raise the debt limit no matter how many cuts are put in writing.’

Hey, Loofah Boy! If this Regime were reasonable, they'd make cuts and we wouldn't have to raise the debt limit. But it is clear all they want to do is pull the old liberal trick of raise taxes, then we'll cut spending....soon followed by "Ha ha ha, we fooled ya!"

To attack the Tea Party, as well as a majority of Americans who are opposed to raising the debt ceiling in the face of this outrageous spending binge the Obama Regime wants to continue....well, it shows just how much Bill O'Reilly is a pinhead.

1 comment:

Kirly said...

O'Reilly should shut up and eat his peas.

Hugh Hewitt is on his side in this as well. They want the debt limit raised. Gee, I thought Hewitt was smarter than that. I mean, I thought he could at least use a calculator...what goes into the govt on a daily basis is plenty enough to pay for the interest on the debt and all the ridiculous entitlements. What this country needs is spending and entitlement reform - and by reform, i mean a huge amount of both should be eliminated.