O’Reilly’s Ego

This quote from Bill O’Reilly about his interview with President Obama had me literally laughing out loud:

“I’m going to predict that that interview that I did is going to go down in journalistic history as what should be done,” the host said Thursday. He made the comments on his Fox News colleague Geraldo Rivera’s radio show. “It takes a certain skill to pose questions in a factual way and be persistent without being disrespectful.”

O‘Reilly cracks me up. He has simultaneously the largest and most fragile ego this side of Donald Trump.

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  • Mr Ed

    “…the best example of politics and commerce subverting journalism was seen when self proclaimed commentator William “Bill” O’Reilly asked president Obama about conspiracy theories that is news network had been promoting.”

    Dargon, Edmund. Early 21st Century Journalism. 2. Chicago: Little and Webster, 2074. 973. Print.

    Being remembered isn’t always a good thing. Famous versus infamous

  • moarscienceplz

    … without being disrespectful.

    These people really do live in Opposite World, don’t they?

  • http://www.ranum.com Marcus Ranum

    O’Reilly’s ego: how does it work?

  • karmacat

    Most people with big egos also have fragile egos. A big ego is used against the narcissistic fear that the person really is nothing

  • frankb

    Remember, he covered four wars with a pen.

  • http://www.facebook.com/den.wilson d.c.wilson

    “It takes a certain skill to pose questions in a factual way and be persistent without being disrespectful.”

    A skill Bill-O completely lacks.

  • http://www.pixelated-reality.com Alareth

    His ego comes in, his ego goes out. You can’t explain that.