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Watch: O'Reilly Picks Palin's Brain on Immigration Reform


On Friday, Bill O'Reilly picked Sarah Palin's brain (or perhaps the dry, barren tundra inside her head) for a plan on immigration reform.

Asked O'Reilly: "So now we have 12 million people starin' at you and you say to those people, 'You're in here illegally, you broke civil law by coming in here.' Now, what are you going to do? Are you going to deport them? What are you gonna do?"

O'Reilly puts 'Mama Grizzly' in a corner, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. didn't know she had a brain to pick!

    Posted by: John | Jul 12, 2010 5:33:39 PM

  2. 5 1/2 minute interview and she managed to say...NOTHING.

    Posted by: JohnnieAppleCheeks | Jul 12, 2010 5:44:28 PM

  3. her ignorance is frightening.

    Posted by: kerry | Jul 12, 2010 5:46:54 PM

  4. Dear God! I can feel my IQ drop with every word that comes out of this woman's mouth!

    Posted by: Dr. Christopher Blackwell | Jul 12, 2010 5:51:08 PM

  5. If this dumbass ever gets elected I guess I ll start my bus company down here in Texas. Sara honey its gonna take a lot of buses to deport 12 million people.

    Posted by: chris | Jul 12, 2010 5:53:00 PM

  6. C'mon have GOT to be freakin' kidding me with this Seth to Amy, really? REALLY...?

    Posted by: yeahisaidit | Jul 12, 2010 5:57:08 PM

  7. I get the impression that he knows she's vapid and overrated. It feels like he enjoys putting her on the spot and her hard swallows show that she really doesn't enjoy being asked for real answers.

    Posted by: KCJ310 | Jul 12, 2010 6:01:12 PM

  8. Why is she called governor? She isn't any longer. I agree with Johnnie... nothing said. O'Reilly asked specific question, what will you do then (silence), will you do this (yes). Her popularity (at the tea party movement, which I don't get at all even though I know its history) is something I think we Europeans just don't understand. She as a president or vp would be really frigthening, not just to US but to the entire planet. Her doctrines in foreign policy? Scary.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Jul 12, 2010 6:06:20 PM

  9. You can tell they don't get along AT ALL. Every once in awhile O'Reilly will even put his own constituents on the line. With her, it's not hard to show her ineptness.

    Posted by: jakeinlove | Jul 12, 2010 6:06:50 PM

  10. interesting perspective from o'reilly. he actually took the step to humanize the US population of undocumented in positing his argument with palin.

    Posted by: alguien | Jul 12, 2010 6:18:36 PM

  11. To answer Matt26's question, Miss Manners (i.e. Judith Martin) would tell us that political figures, once they leave their post no longer retain the title (unless referred to in a historical sense, relating to their term).

    Yes, she should be called Ms. or Mrs. Palin (whatever her preference might be). Bill Clinton should be referred to as Mr. Clinton. Once his wife leaves her current position, she will be neither Secretary Clinton nor Senator Clinton, just Ms (or Mrs.) Clinton.

    Gentle reader, I do not think Miss Manners is holding her breath for the day when news reporters start correctly addressing former government officials.

    Posted by: john D | Jul 12, 2010 6:25:02 PM

  12. That stupid grin makes me want to smack it off her stupid face.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Jul 12, 2010 6:27:45 PM

  13. Palin is like G.W. in a skirt. If she does run, her viability will be based on what corporate connected neo-con she chooses as her VP Candidate. Watch out for Palin/Gringrich in 2012.

    Posted by: qjersey | Jul 12, 2010 6:40:02 PM

  14. Mama Grizzlies? For the love of all things queer, I hope they adopt some ridiculous paw-print logo or something as equally inappropriate and somewhat hilarious as the Tea Bagging movement. If there is any justice in this world...

    Posted by: Jesus | Jul 12, 2010 6:43:13 PM

  15. Matt26, she shouldn't be called governor any longer. Especially in sight of the fact she QUIT that job (which will be what will ever keep her from being elected to a higher office...she QUIT midterm, because she had something better to do and more money to make. That will bite her in the ass, so thank God she did it.)

    That being said, the little Sarah said without being O'Reilly sticking his hand up her ass and moving her lips (Bill could have gotten her to tell her bra size and the color of her panties if he had kept at was hilarious, sad and amazing,) I wonder if dear Sarah, champion of small government realizes two things: first, what a complete idiot she looked like in this interview. She hasn't gotten any better at difficult interviews. And two: does Sarah, she of the anti-Obama "there's too much government and our government is spending too much" realize what this little program of hers will cost???? It will be ENORMOUS. AND it will cost all of the produce in American (try get legals to toil in the hot sun all day, Sarah, picking vegetables...)to double in price.

    There is so much about Srah Palin that I deplore. But her ignorance and self-righteousness are so glaring and monumental, I can never help but feel embarrassed for this stupid, stupid woman who come off like she's talking to a second grade remedial reading class rather than the average American person (I guess which explains her following, the tin foil hat tea partiers who hate everyone that doesn't look like them, hate taxes yet are the first in a FEMA line if there's a disaster...)

    She would sink this country within a year (and God forbid she ever have to deal with a real disaster other than her own family...) and we'd all be on bread lines right behind the illegals she couldn't get rid of. She's just getting more stupid, not an easy feat.

    Posted by: Bart | Jul 12, 2010 6:46:51 PM

  16. I don't think she's any more vapid than President Obama. They both just blah blah blah...

    Posted by: Max | Jul 12, 2010 6:47:43 PM

  17. Then you're a moron, max. Say what you will about Obama, but he is a highly educated man who at least understands the issues he talks about. Palin is a subcognitive troll; the death of intelligent political conversation. I wouldn't be surprised if she's never read the u.s. constitution.

    Posted by: TANK | Jul 12, 2010 6:53:34 PM

  18. And she's not even dubya in a skirt. Dubya's a rhodes scholar compared to her.

    Posted by: TANK | Jul 12, 2010 6:55:19 PM

  19. what freedoms is she saying that Obama, Pelosi and Reid have taken away from us? I don't recall any freedoms being taken away....maybe I'm wrong, that cool, but why doesn't anyone ever call her or her people out when they make propoganda-style statements like that? She says she wants to return the country to a certain way, but WHAT WAY IS THAT!? she is never clear, and when they DO mention something you can easily argue the opposite or that her points are full of poo. We need an asteroid to hit the planet.

    Posted by: john | Jul 12, 2010 7:06:35 PM

  20. In regards to 2:30-2:48 illegals taking legal citizens jobs, see the following offer...

    Posted by: greg2 | Jul 12, 2010 7:12:04 PM

  21. Tank, so Obama's "highly educated" solution to illegal immigration is, what, to sue Arizona?

    Bush, Palin, Obama... not very bright.

    Posted by: Max | Jul 12, 2010 7:21:59 PM

  22. Max, being vapid is one thing...being ignorant is another. Vapid is about your perception of someone not about fact. Stupid is about the lack of grasping the fact. That's the difference between Obama and Palin. In its simplest sense, Obama grasps facts, Palin doesn't. Embarrassingly so.

    Posted by: Bart | Jul 12, 2010 7:31:01 PM

  23. To say Palin is completely full of shit is an understatement of grand proportions. She doesn't have a plan, she just wants to sit on the sidelines and bitch. That is what they republicans have done for the last few years. Sad to say, they appear to be getting away with it. Hopefully, the electorate has a glimmer of common sense!

    Posted by: Mike | Jul 12, 2010 8:07:17 PM

  24. Yeah Max, when you are listing stupid people you might as well put your name down.

    Posted by: homer | Jul 12, 2010 8:10:09 PM

  25. Homer, usually when someone resorts to a personal attack, it's because they are incapable of refuting what has been said. Bart was able to make an intelligent point without insulting anyone. Why weren't you?

    Posted by: Max | Jul 12, 2010 8:20:22 PM

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