Jon Stewart & O’Reilly

May 17, 2011 by Post Team 

Jon Stewart & O'ReillyJon Stewart & O’Reilly, Jon Stewart, host of The Daily Show, Fox and Bill O’Reilly, I see the eyes of many things, including the recent invitation from the White House with rapper Common to appear at a poetry event.

Stewart and O’Reilly clashed over this issue last night on Fox with O’Reilly saying that the invitation from the White House to the rapper was inadequate due to a song I wrote 11 years ago on a fugitive convicted of killing a state trooper in 1973.

The rapper’s appearance in an evening of poetry at the White House caused a little dust up last week with some conservatives, including Karl Rove, Sarah Palin, expressing their outrage. O’Reilly shared outrage that last night Fox

“I’m saying that when the president invites someone, in this case the First Lady, the resume has to be put in front of them and they have to choose someone who is almost flawless,” O’Reilly accused.
“It is the celebration of death, but someone unjustly accused,” said Stewart about the song in question.

“Bob Dylan wrote a song about a convicted murderer named Hurricane Carter. He has been in the White House. Why draw the line in common? Is not a selective indignation machine here at Fox,” said Stewart.

Soto said the O’Reilly standard, any musician who has written a song about people convicted of murder – including Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Bono and Bruce Springsteen – could not be invited to the White House.

“UOU well known songs are not literal? When The Weather Girls sing, ‘It’s Raining Men” is not really the precipitation of men. It’s a metaphor. ”

Despite the debate on the controversial rapper in the White House, O’Reilly and Stewart had something of a love feast in the program.

O’Reilly Stewart said, “What I like about you is that they have cheap shots all the time, but to defend the shots.”

Stewart and O’Reilly said before the interview, “You know I do not want to be bad whenI come in your program -. Because you know that I have” mad love for you That is a phrase rap. “

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