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As part of his 'Year of Action,' Obama announced a 0 million commitment from nine foundations to bolster the education and employment of young men and boys of color.(Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 04: Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly attend the game between the New York Knicks and the Cleveland Cavaliers at Madison Square Garden on November 30, 2014 in New York City.NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 18: (L-R) TV Personalites Geraldo Rivera and Bill O'Reilly attend An Evening with Bill O'Reilly and Geraldo Rivera at 92nd Street Y on June 18, 2014 in New York City.
O’Reilly’s daughter told a court-appointed forensic examiner that she saw her father dragging her mother down a staircase by the neck. O’Reilly denied the allegations, telling Politico last May: “All allegations against me in these circumstances are 100% false.
(Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 16: TV personality Bill O'Reilly enters the 'Late Show With David Letterman' taping at the Ed Sullivan Theater on October 16, 2013 in New York City.
(Photo by Ray Tamarra/Wire Image)WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 27: Bill O'Reilly, host of FOX News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor, waits for the arrival of U. President Barack Obama during an event about Obama's 'My Brother's Keeper' initiative in the East Room at the White House February 27, 2014 in Washington, DC.
But it's been asked and answered: Obama doesn't blame her for the problems with the site. Now, if you weren't paying attention to the news for the past several years, maybe you don't know that Fox News still believes that Obama's administration deliberately and repeatedly decided to obscure the role that militants associated with al Qaeda played in the Benghazi compound attack. Or, not scandal, since there's no evidence of anything approaching "scandalous" or illegal or thuggish behavior by the IRS. Instead of asking Obama whether the IRS's move to crack down on 501(c) social welfare groups will unfairly put conservatives at a disadvantage, or asking him whether he endorsed the tougher enforcement because of imbalances created by the campaign finance decision, O'Reilly again asked the president about his conversations with the head of the IRS at the time, a total irrelevancy.
A much better question, one that should have occurred to every Obama-hating producer at Fox News, is this: "Mr. " And if Obama prevaricated, then O'Reilly could have asked Obama why he seems to go out of his way not to hold his political appointees publicly accountable for mistakes of omission or commission. Apparently, O'Reilly missed the second presidential debate of 2012, where this point was litigated and decided, but he asked Obama about the subject of a conversation between himself and Gen. (Investigations upon investigations later, the answer is, interestingly, that it's not entirely clear.) But because Obama was so afraid that if he acknowledged an al Qaeda connection in Benghazi, it would undermine his claim that he had decimated the core al Qaeda and thus his claim to have acted responsibly to protect the American people, and thus, he would certainly lose the election to Mitt Romney. O'Reilly's questions were grossly, wholly ridiculous. They don't exist as legitimate questions except in the way that they justify the masturbatory self-indulgence of Fox News' elite worldview, which increasingly, if not entirely, is self-pitying.Never have I ever watched a less informative, self-parodic nationally televised interview with the president of the United States.So bad, in fact, that it makes me question whether Bill O'Reilly, famously Fox News' most erratically independent primetime voice, a very smart man and an incredibly talented broadcaster, has lost his ability to distinguish between what makes a question tough in the real world and what gets that distinction in Fox News' made-up world of indignant self-pity. O'Reilly wanted to know, first, when Obama knew, for sure, that the website was going to have problems of the magnitude that it did. Health-care reform was Obama's signature initiative. The website is its portal to the world, and the fulcrum of its success or failure.But by spending time trying to figure out when Obama knew, O'Reilly is promoting the theory that...well, I still don't quite get what the point is.