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Howard Kurtz Highlights Bill O'Reilly's Failure To Apologize For Incorrect Prediction On Health Care Ruling

July 01, 2012 12:41 pm ET

From the July 1 edition of CNN's Reliable Sources:

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Previously:

No Apology Yet From O'Reilly For Incorrect Prediction About Health Care Ruling

Failing To "Sit Till The End," CNN & Fox Get Health Care Ruling Totally Wrong

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    • Author by Uhlouis (July 01, 2012 1:27 pm ET)
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      Wow!
      Even cab drivers knew about it!
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      • Author by Bad News (July 01, 2012 6:08 pm ET)
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        "Wow!", Billo the Clown apologising?
        "That'll Be The Day", in him there's just no compromising.
        The only person Billo will apologise to is his wife's police detective lover.
        He'd apologize profusely "please forgive me sir for forgetting to turn down your covers"

        Speak truth to power.


        Mr. News
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    • Author by drtomdotcom (July 01, 2012 1:32 pm ET)
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      He will no doubt,

      "[b]DO IT LIVE[b]"
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      • Author by Conchobhar (July 01, 2012 1:56 pm ET)
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        Live, at home, while shaving. On the air? Not in this lifetime. He'll no more apologize than Hannity will be waterboarded "for charity."
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    • Author by grmce (July 01, 2012 2:02 pm ET)
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      O'Really hasn't got the courage or moral fibre to deliver an honest apology of real contrition.

      He's a bumptious boor, a condescending ignoramus epitomising Paul Krugman's line "He's a stupid man's idea of what a smart person sounds like."
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    • Author by Jimijams (July 01, 2012 2:03 pm ET)
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      O'Reilly apologizing? Ha, the Chicago Cubs will win a World Series before O'Reilly admits he was wrong about something.
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    • Author by blk-in-alabam (July 01, 2012 2:11 pm ET)
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      Rodger told Mr.Bill to take a couple of days off to give him time to Frank Luntz test what Mr.Bill's response will be
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    • Author by dazednamused (July 01, 2012 2:16 pm ET)
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      We should take a cue from the uninformed voters who mailed tea bags to members of congress a few years ago. Someone needs to mail boxes upon boxes of loofah sponges to O'Reilly. Who's with me? Anyone? Hello? Damn we almost had a meeting going.
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    • Author by mary59 (July 01, 2012 3:56 pm ET)
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      If Bill-O gets goaded enough about this, he might belligerently state that he was wrong but he'll likely go on a harangue at the same time defiantly stating why he was right.
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      • Author by minniemooch (July 01, 2012 5:45 pm ET)
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        True.
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      • Author by Jimijams (July 01, 2012 5:46 pm ET)
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        Exactly! Mister No Spin is going to spin like this, "Well, what I said was...but what happened was...so you see I was absolutely 100% correct in what I said."
        Either way he will spin it endlessly. I wrote an e-mail to him about it, and, although Ingrham was filling in for him last week, and I am sure he will do a best of shows this week because of the 4th and all, by the time he gets back, he won't even bring it up.
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    • Author by fitley (July 01, 2012 8:06 pm ET)
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      Q- What do Bill O'Reilly's apology and Romney's platform have in common?
      A- Neither of them exist.
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