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"If you challenge [him], he's in your face. If you point out his failures, he denies them. If you disagree with him on anything, you're a moron."
"He loves power. He believes he is good for the nation."
For frequent viewers of Bill O'Reilly's show, the above descriptions, from the November 29 O'Reilly Factor, call to mind one person: Bill O'Reilly.
Here's O'Reilly getting in the face of Jeremy Glick, the son of a 9-11 victim who challenged O'Reilly on his pro-war views. O'Reilly called Glick's views "a bunch of crap" and repeatedly told him to "shut up."
"Good for the nation"? O'Reilly wrote a book titled Culture Warrior. He clearly thinks he's on the right side of that war.
But O'Reilly wasn't having a moment of introspection. He was attacking retiring Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA). A case of projection rather than introspection?:
O'Reilly also used Frank's announcement to celebrate his confrontation with the congressman over Frank's role in overseeing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. O'Reilly joined his "straight news" colleagues on Fox in falsely suggesting that Frank opposed reforming those entities.
Full transcript below the jump.