I have praised Geraldo for standing up to O'Reilly and even O'Reilly for accepting the criticism but his interview was extremely disgusting to me.
It was as if he was really trying to hurt President Obama--he did not mention any of his accomplishmnets--it is a good thing that people now have health care thanks to him.
o'reilly has let his popularity go to his head--he is not fair and balanced--and as far as women--what woman would want to stay married to someone who doesn't let them talk, refers to them by their last name and gets in their face.
This man is scary--in same ways he is a joke but he is a scary joke.
here is Ellen from Newshounds.......
Geraldo Rivera Calls O’Reilly ‘President Of Most Of The White Guys In America
For the record, I agree with O’Reilly here. I do not think O’Reilly’s demeanor was in any way disrespectful to President Obama. It did not appear to me that the president was offended, either. I do think, as Jon Stewart magnificently pointed out, that the questions were little more than a chance to play GOP gotcha. And that, in my view, was disrespectful.
But here’s the part that jumped out at me from O'Reilly's discussion with Rivera last night. Rivera said, starting at about 1:49 in the video below:
This was not a classic interview. What you had here with you and President Obama was a culture clash. It is almost as if you were two equals with opposite worldviews, coming together for a confrontation. It was the president of most of the white guys in America – that’s you – and Barack Obama, the president of almost everybody else.If by “most of the white guys in America,” Rivera means 59% of the voters, that would be technically correct. But it would be more correct to say that O’Reilly represented old, white guys in America. As The Nation wrote, “White men of course were more likely to support Romney than white women, and old white men the most likely of all.” In his recent New Yorker profile of Obama, David Remnick wrote, “The popular opposition to the Administration comes largely from older whites who feel threatened, underemployed, overlooked, and disdained in a globalized economy and in an increasingly diverse country.”
So for Rivera to suggest that O’Reilly speaks for white America doesn’t just overlook the many white guys and gals who voted for Obama. I believe it’s a disrespectful way of looking at Obama’s role in the interview.
Read more at http://www.newshounds.us/geraldo_rivera_calls_o_reilly_president_of_most_of_the_white_guys_in_america_02072014#HExzB7Wjsjk3ha4U.99
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here is a link to the page to see the interview: