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Father Released From Prison To Visit Dying Daughter

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    I guess you don't know who is responcible for this do you?
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    Responsible for what ? :confused:
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    You won't find it in any of the articles, but Bill O'Reilly had the girl's mother and the father's lawyer on the show the other day and basically beat the warden up over this. He made the warden finally let this guy see his daughter.
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    Bill O'Reilly And George Bush could find a cure for Cancer tomorrow afternoon and the Left Wing Media would never mention it, they would rather talk about "The Dog Leash LadY"

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    Don't do the crime if you can't do the time...
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    Some one I new as a kid from my neighborhood was in Federal prison for selling pot. While in he developed terminal liver cancer. He asked if he could go home when it was apparent he had just a day or two to live. He was denied. This wasn't the only time I have heard of similar situations. I'm glad this guy got out to see his daughter. But IMO its cruel and incompassionate to deny someone who has a non-violent record,and who is no threat to society to die with his family present
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    Yeah I'm sure O'Reilly would have done the same if the father was black:rolleyes:
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    I feel bad for his family, particularly the little girl; but not for him. Crystal Methane is a dangerous drug that brings misery comparable to any deadly disease. I'm 38 years old and with very little effort I've stayed out of prison. He chose to act the way he did and I can't bring myself to see him as some sort of sympathetic figure.
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    LMAO, you guys are too much.

    Anyway, I'm a (R) but I don't agree with O'Reilly on this; if he's in prison he's in prison. Period.
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    Isn't she the one who worked with the underwear guy? :D
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    I bet you wouldn't do it if the guy were in the military.

    What a stupid thing to say. :rolleyes:
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    You know it's true, O'Reilly and Fox would never make a publicity stunt out of this if the guy was black. And if he was in the military he wouldn't be in prison now would he.
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    Well, good for O'Reilly. I'm glad the little girl got to see her father, even if the only evidence of her awareness was a spike in her heart rate.
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    So it's a publicity stunt? Why not do it if he were black? Wouldn't that help their/his image? I know, I know. You just don't like BO & Fox. No worries.

    As for the serviceman, why couldn't one be in prison? What about the dog leesh lady? :D
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    No, because the Fox news audience, and O'Reilly, would not react the same way to a black prisoner as a white prisoner. There's no sympathy, only animosity when it comes to white Republicans and black inmates. And it's not about me hating Fox specifically, I think any major news network would treat the two differently.
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    I think you need some serious help. It's funny how people like you are quick to lob accusations of prejudice and racism, while constantly chastizing the those who use stereotypes, yet here you are doing exactly that. :rolleyes:

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    No it's not funny. Criticizing the double standards of a news organization is not the same as stereotyping an entire group of people based on the color of their skin. But I get it, you just wanted another opportunity to use that stupid cartoon.

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