A left-leaning Independent who when he's not speaking out against child molesters getting light sentences is saying things like he is against the death penalty,for gay marriage and the right for gays to adopt children.This of course gets him labeled and extreme right-wing fascist by extreme left wingnuts who are convinced of his radical rightwingedness because he sometimes has yelled at a couple of people who were acting either pro-terrorist or pro-kiddie-fiddler.
Bill O'Reilly is to the right...of Karl Marx.
by go suck goo thru a straw November 04, 2006
Bill O'Reilly is a talk show host that most say is a closed-minded conservative fascist. However, most of these "open-minded" people have never seen his show. Does he sometimes make stupid statements? Of course,(His boycott on rap is ridiculous) but so do all the liberal hosts. He does say that Ann Coulter is a crazy right-wing nutjob. He does believe in global warming. He knows that abortion is a right protected by the constitution. This will probably be marked down because of all the "open-minded" liberals who say that anyone who is conservative is wrong. They are also "close-minded, fascist nazis" according to liberals. Does anyone else realize that saying that is a total contridiction?
Bill O'Reilly might not be totaly right, but he is great to watch saying that everything else is very liberal biased.
by stevedawg13 August 07, 2006
The cunning and charasmatic host of the #1 rated cable news television show in America, "The O'Reilly Factor." Conservatives love him because he uses common sense and basic morals to form his opinions. Liberals hate him for the same reason. He's all around controversial because he actually speaks his mind and doesn't suck up to ANY of his guests.
by Tom April 28, 2005
Loud mouthed Irishman who dishes it out to everyone. Liberals hate hin for using common sense to show the holes in their ideology. Conservatives find him entertaining.
Joey was so scared of the cops, he started sputtering like George Clooney on Bill O'Reilly
by Riley March 18, 2005