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Bill O'Reilly Forced to Talk About Impeachment
Brad Friedman of www.bradblog.com reports:
Just after the bottom of the first hour of today's O'Reilly show (after a *superb* interview with Jonathon Turley, in which Turley made a great case for the impeachment of Bush, despite O'Reilly's best effort to minimize what Turley was saying! I hope to be posting that complete interview at BRAD BLOG if I can get a copy of it).
But after the bottom of the hour...O'Reilly took calls, folks said this was impeachable stuff, and O'Reilly (at about :49 minutes after the hour) said "the American people support Bush spying with the NSA". That's a paraphrase.
A caller said O'Reilly was wrong, that a new poll said 52% to 43% favored mpeachment. O'Reilly didn't believe him, "What poll is that?" asked 'Reilly. "Zogby" said the caller. "Let's look up that Zogby poll," said O'Reilly before the break.
After the break, he came back and -- laughingly said something along the lines of what the caller didn't tell us, was that the poll by AfterDowningStreet.org, a "hate Bush group".
Further, he went on to say (exactly quote), this "Wasn't a Zogby poll by Zogby, it was by AfterDowningStreet.org, a hate Bush group".
A caller at the end of the first hour, just now, said this is the first poll
to ask the question about impeachment, versus the other polls (which
O'Reilly has been using to suggest Americans were in favor of Bush) which
only asked if Bush should be allowed to wiretap terrorists.
The caller understood the difference.
He also pointed out that America did not support the Impeachment of Clinton
(only 30%) despite the fact that O'Reilly has been going on the whole hour
saying that Bush won't/can't be impeached because the American people don't
For the record, After Downing Street does not support hatred of anyone. Impeachment yes, hatred no.
Further for the record, we paid Zogby to do the poll. Zogby did the poll.