Will there be drama?: Obama on The O’Reilly Factor tonight

Weigh in: Will some drama go down tonight on The O’Reilly Factor when Bill welcomes Barack Obama to the show, or will it be a civil exchange? Will the truce stand or will Bill try to treat Obama like Ludacris?

What do you think?

Whatever happens, I think it may be enough to take the spotlight away from Sarah Palin for a day…or two.

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5 Responses to Will there be drama?: Obama on The O’Reilly Factor tonight

  1. I doubt very seriously that O’Reilly is crazy enough to scream on Obama. To disrespect the candidacy would be too many points for the Change campaign.

  2. As long as Obama doesn’t ask for more “mutha fuckin’ ice tea” I think O’reily will be impressed.

  3. e zora knight

    Honestly, I believe that he will simply because they are searching for reasons for him to go off. No seriously, I feel that both Obamas have done well with their responses to inappropriate and racist media outlets. I mean we all know what Obama was thinking when he found out that McCain picked a woman.. (WTF) We all know what he was thinking when they asked him about the Palin daughter’s pregnancy… (WTF) And we all knew what he was thinking when they asked him about the PREGNANCY the second time despite the cool, “I think people’s families should be..” In other words mess with Michelle, and I will f’ you up. They (the media) want to, in the vernacular , “catch him slipping!”

  4. Zoidie

    I watched the first clip with O’Reilley. Barack was great. He held his own with intelligence and humor.

    Stay cool Barack. We love you.

  5. O’Reilley was as usual disrespectful, even to the next President of the United States.
    But Obama held his own and patiently made his points.

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