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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  • lw

    The best thing about this election: Romney does not get to take credit
    for the economic upswing that is brewing. Obama is going to go down
    through history as a figure larger than Reagan.

    — The Liberal Weaner

  • thescribbler

    So exactly what happens when Obama can no longer deliver “stuff” because there simply isn’t any money to do so? Will the blind open their eyes then and see? Apparently it would take him sitting in the oval office ripping the heads off of bunnies to get people to see who he really is. All I can say is, when it hits the fan….the blame can’t be laid at my feet. When the have nots have even less, when the gravy train stops running while Obama becomes richer and richer…maybe they’ll see. Of course it will be too late. I hate what they’ve done to my country, I hate what they’ve done to her people. God gave man free will and they try to take Him out of our lives, our only saving grace is that those who stand true to Him will one day be rewarded. This is the only hope that I have for the future.

  • bigkahuna

    I hope the companies start laying off all the liberals in their companies as I believe many will be cut as the policies of the liberals take effect. Obamacare, taxes, Red tape, Regulations, Higher electric costs, food and gas. Inflation. I bet gold futures just peaked.

    Stock futures just tanked and the Dollar takes a dive as well.

  • Opaobie

    November 6, 2012 is America’s September 4, 476

  • Ella

    Do NOT call barack HUSSEIN obama “president”. Call him the BENGHAZI MURDERER.

    For four years, all, please pay attention here, let us refer to him as the BENGHAZI MURDERER. Or KILLER. Whichever you prefer. He’s a criminal.

    MURDERER. Obama is a MURDERER.

  • bg


    God Bless George W. Bush, the last American President..


  • Kate

    For once Bill is right. And we have a president who hates 1/2 of the country and wants revenge, is out to destroy our country itself and our military. Well, Obama lovers, he did what he promised. He has fundamentally changed America. Hope we survive. The House is the only thing that will be able to fight back. And what will be left of the Supreme Court when Obama is done? I guess when 1/2 of the country turns its back on God, He gets ticked.

  • Kate

    And may the MSM go to hell.

  • bg


    Ella #28 November 7, 2012 at 12:20 am

    sorry, i forget who, may have been Mad
    Hatter that came up with a good one..

    “The Butcher Of Benghazi”


  • bg


    oh almost forgot..

    “gay marriage” is busting out all over..


  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

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

    Count on it.

    All the Republican Party has been capable of as of late is serving up variations of the Crap Sandwich, and Jeb will just be the next one on the menu. If it ain’t him, then it will surely be someone similar, and we’ll hear the same exhortations yet again for us conservatives to vote for the Republican Crap Sandwich Candidate.

  • shibumi


    Not even a question.

    A ‘bagger of course.

  • Redwine

    The Traitor bought the election on stuff – “free” stuff – that you and I pay for. Had Romney had the guts to do it, he would have ripped this traitor to shreds whenever he had the chance. He is a good man, but he played only one tune and this was a very dirty campaign. Comrade Barry (spit) runs on dirty.

    RIP the GOP. The GOP is finished.
    Long Live the Tea Party. A new great Conservative political force will rise in the wake of the utter destruction and devastation wrought by the Traitor and his vile minions.

  • Robert

    So I worked tonight, didn’t hear anything until about 12:45 am when I got back to my truck. And driving home, I was thinking the same thing, that we must have a nation of people who want things from the government. I will have to digest this for a time and figure out what it means. The wealth and power of America is dissipating, becoming illusory. It is still there to some extent, but the foundation is crumbling. It is very sad, and a bit scary.

  • Dave in NYC

    This is silly. I’m a Democrat but I should be in the Republican Party’s sweet spot – upper middle class, white, straight, Jewish male. But I also have friends who Republicans would deport for no good reason. I have friends and relatives who Republicans would deny the ability to serve their country or marry the people they choose. And I have a wife whose reproductive organs Republicans want to control.

    Until the Republicans wake up on these issues, they are going to have a hard time winning my vote, regardless of whether it’s in my best interests economically. It has nothing to do with wanting a handout–my wife and I work our asses off, we save our money, *and* we pay more in taxes than the vast majority of Repulican voters while receiving fewer benefits.

    If the Republicans had more credibility on economic issues it might be a little different. But when I look at Republicans I see a party that would have driven the country off an economic cliff at the depths of the financial crisis for purely ideological reasons. I see a party that claims to be concerned about the national debt but whose primary concern is cutting taxes, which will increase the budget deficit, not reduce it.

    So yes, right now, I vote for the Democrats, but not with any enthusiasm. Give me a reason to do otherwise, rather than telling me I’m a freeloader looking for a handout. Because after I see the victory speech, I’m turning on my laptop and going back to work.

  • bg


    re: Sandy

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    more at link, in connecting links, and scroll threads for more..


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  • bg


    Dave in NYC

    [Parents should be allowed to have their newborn babies killed
    because they are “morally irrelevant” and ending their lives is
    no different to abortion, a group of medical ethicists linked to
    Oxford University has argued.]

    silly huh, and that’s just a drop in Obama the Eugenicists bucket.. .. :-(


  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    in 1776 the american said give me liberty or give me death. in 2012 the american said give me things that other people have to work to provide.

    liberal whiner, what is the liberal going to give to people to get their vote when the working class stops working because there is no incentive to work. which is what happens in every communist country.

  • Grandma Perkins

    The election was anti-climactic really.