Ring of Conservative Sites Ring of Conservative Sites
JOIN!

[ Prev | Skip Prev | Prev 5 | List |
Rand | Next 5 | Skip Next | Next ]

Monday, December 05, 2005

Blowhard of the Century

Neil Cavuto interviewed Bill O'Reilly who takes most, but not all, of the credit for gas prices going down of late. He says:

O'Reilly: "[Oil executives] "got scared because in my reporting and some other reporting, they said –
CAVUTO: Wait, you’re taking credit for gas prices being down?
O’REILLY: My reporting and reporting of others. "


O'Reilly invented the laws of supply and demand just before he co-invented the internet with Al Gore. He is working on the hardest project yet: getting women to love football.

Actually the hardest problem is jamming some econ knowledge into that generally intelligent (entertaining and courageous) brain.

Of course, today the stock market dropped because crude oil "pierced the $60-per-barrel level." I guess the oil executives will get over their fear of O'Reilly pretty soon.

Skip March adds:

The depth and reach of his influence is unparalleled in journalistic history. He may also very well be responsible for the emerging democracy in Iraq and growing influences of moderation in the Moslem world. I'm going right out to get a copy of "Looking Out For You". I wonder of he'll be coming out soon with a primer on phone sex.

Ring of Conservative Sites Ring of Conservative Sites
JOIN!

[ Prev | Skip Prev | Prev 5 | List |
Rand | Next 5 | Skip Next | Next ]