Bill O’Reilly: “It’s Not a Traditional America Anymore” (Video)

It’s Not a Traditional America Anymore–
Bill O’Relly offered this shrewd analysis of the 2016 election tonight before the votes were even reported in any of the swing states.
O’Reilly said,

It’s not a traditional America anymore. People want stuff. They want things. And who is going to give them things? President Obama. He knows it and he ran on it. Whereby twenty years ago President Obama would be roundly defeated by an establishment candidate like Mitt Romney. The white establishment is now the minority. The voters, many of them, feel like the economic system is stacked against them. And they want stuff. You’re going to see a tremendous Hispanic vote for President Obama. Overwhelming black vote for President Obama. And women will probably break President Obama’s way. People feel they are entitled to things. And which candidate between the two is going to give them things?

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  • BigWilly

    the white establishment eh? Nice choice of words.

  • Mad Hatter

    As long as we invite in the LCD from around the world in here without any checks or balances, as long as the bottom feeders keep sucking off of the bottle of Mother Government, then sadly, O’Reilly is correct.

  • Bertha Venation

    It was sad when the bustle went out of style too.

  • jrterrier

    I’m a hispanic woman. I don’t vote my vagina or my ethnicity. I love Romney and he stood for. I cringed at the Akins of the world. I dislike the President’s crudeness. I dislike all the tv pundits. Thank god for the blogs.

  • Marion Mathis

    To say that I am bittery disappointed ltonight would be an understatement. However, it is a toss between the election results and the conservative new media that warrants my disappointment and distain. How many of you knew before tonight that htis would be the end result and still cheered us on to defeat?

  • Cargosquid

    I’ve decided that if that many Americans want to vote for a lying sack of crap like Obama, then who are we to fight it?

    I give up.

    Where’s my free health care?! Health care is a right and so it should be supplied by the government! And if health care is free, so should my shelter be free! Where’s my free house? Work? Screw it. I’m not looking for work anymore! I wouldn’t want to mess up Obama’s statistics. Where’s my free money? And I need a free lawyer to sue the government for not giving me these things! If we have a RIGHT to an attorney, where do they get off charging money? If doctors have to give their services at government mandate, then so should lawyers!

    Why should I try to get a job or build a business if my success is taxed so much? BUY health insurance? With what? I’m unemployed.

  • Grandma Perkins

    Classy concession speech! Thanks, Mitt.

  • Earthmover

    Wait till all these Obama voters find out healthcare isn’t free. Oh my god……

  • Sarah

    The point O’Reilly made is one that Thomas Sowell has been hammering on for months on end, which is that once you have more than 50% of the electorate dependent on government, you’ve bought the vote and ensured your power. This is what FDR did. This is what Obama did. It’s sad to think that this is the kind of America so many Americans want. I’m in a state of shock. Just can’t absorb what happened tonight or fully the implications of it. Just to dreadful to even entertain.

  • Ace

    God help us.

    We’re going to get Jeb Bush in 4 years.

  • lw

    HEY HEY HEY!! obAMA oBAMA oBABAMA! fo mo! fo mo!
    — The Liberal Weener

  • Patty

    It’s not a traditional America anymore. People want stuff. They want things. And who is going to give them things? President Obama.

    Then I said, Obama give us YOUR money. Instead of the house in Hawaii give those you promised a share or how about sweepstakes, and have all these dependents on government live in that house for a week each.

    Spread some of your wealth around. America is bankrupt.

  • lw

    Why is everyone sad here??

  • shibumi

    So the “gimme” crowd won.

    I guess the near future is going to be centered around how I, as a productive citizen, will not be funding their life and making mine worse.

  • bigL

    But no one is checke3d nor is going to be as far as heath isconcerned. The tensts mighthave ben minimal but at least at the time of Ellis Island, the medicos wnted a health immigrant population. Now we have heirloom diseases and who know what parasites being brought in. Plus these people are thrown into the health system with no regard. they should be checked and sent back, jsut as it eventually worked out in 1900s, sent back at the shipping line expense.

  • Lily

    I’m not inclined to work my a** off to pay for other people’s ‘things’. Pay for your own crap, people.

    Funny how people think they can vote for big taxes and spending and think that everything else will stay the same. it won’t. And those same people won’t like the actual changes that come to the economy. Unfortunately, they won’t understand why things are so bad. They’ll keep blaming the wrong things.

    So sad

  • bigkahuna

    Bill is a dick

  • Hugh

    I have turned my back on America.

  • Campfollower

    My daughter just called from the U. of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and says there are riots in the streets of Oxford and on campus. Maybe a dorm on fire.

    Is this the way Dems celebrate? Is this what Obama meant by “revenge?”

    I told her to get home and to call me. Nothing substantiated yet, but I could hear the screaming in the background.

  • bigkahuna

    Watch the military as they will now start retiring like crazy as Obama sells them out.