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O'Reilly told Politico that the Mother Jones piece is "a piece of garbage," and called Corn "a despicable guttersnipe" out to get him. "I was not on the Falkland Islands and I never said I was," O'Reilly told Politico. "I was in Buenos Aires ... In Buenos Aires we were in a combat situation after the Argentines surrendered."
He also was in Argentina reporting the Falkland Island war.
In the clip that I have supplied, Bill O'Reilly's voice quakes with emotion as he recounts his time in combat. He promises that if "his unit" were in danger, and he has captured the enemy, he would force that captured soldier to give up his secrets.
His voice is reflective, pensive. He is almost reluctant to tell of the horrors. But he must. He must somehow find the strength to tell the American people of what he has gone through, what he has learned. The lessons learned at gunpoint are often the hardest lessons to forget.
And the lesson? Sometimes, in war, the enemy has to meet his maker first. The enemy must be tortured, if that is what it takes to save his unit. Bill O' Reilly has wisdom, wisdom gained during his time in combat. The times that he has seen it. The times that will haunt him forever.
Except that I do not believe that Bill O'Reilly has ever truly seen combat. I do not believe that he has ever had a unit. In this debate, I will ask to be proved wrong; I will ask my debate partner to demonstrate that Bill O'Reilly has ever served in the military, ever been shot at by "the enemy," or has ever been imperiled in any military way whatsoever.
I am willing to be relaxed about rules: I will honor any agreements made in the comments section. I ask that the first round be set aside for acceptance only - so that we both may have an equal number of rounds in which to present our arguments. I also ask that drops not be counted as concessions. [Debate.org]
originally posted by: ATF1886
I hope it helps that a close friend of his so i did what i could get em lucid get em!!a reply to: ~Lucidity
Fox Anchor Arrested for Theft After Retail Workers Recognize Her on TV
Sabrina Rodriguez, an anchor at a Fox affiliate in California, was arrested last week after employees at a Coach store claimed to authorities they recognized her as the woman who stole thousands of dollars in merchandise in March 2013.
… Rodriguez, an anchor at Fox 40 News, turned herself in to police Thursday after a warrant was issued for her arrest.
The arrest warrant charges that Rodriguez aided an accomplice in the theft of 10 wallets from a Coach outlet store in Folsom.
Store managers reported $2,500 in stolen merchandise on March 24, 2013 according to police.
Rodriguez is currently out on a $10,000 bail.
To make matters more interesting, her fiance, Nicholas Gray, was arrested in July for a slew of charges, including manufacturing meth.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
a reply to: thesaneone
Did you listen to the video of the radio show?
"I was in combat" is WAY WAY different than "I was in a combat zone.'
To discerning people, at least.