Thursday, February 23, 2012

Fox Watters Crude Remarks About Venice Beach Women with Opposing Views on War Uncalled for

On location in Venice Beach, Fox News Network Jesse Watters asked a variety of people a question or two about economic policies, politics, Presidential candidates, world events, and more which was replayed on Bill O'Reilly's The Factor program with a few quips between the two following the segment.

Watters approached two women wearing festive glasses and asked them a question about war.

Starting at 2:28

One woman answered: ...war is war and war is necessary sometimes to bring economy...

The other woman answered: War is not necessary... war is bulls... I'm sorry, I know war stimulates the economy and gives people jobs, but at the end of the day it's all about ego...

The camera cut away to another pair.

During Watters' segment on the O'Reilly Factor, Watters highlighted the two women saying we should give them their own program.

Unfortunately, Watters was less than flattering to both with his snide comments.

For instance, he first said he thought they were both fairly intelligent. But he prefaced that with his surprise they were intelligent.

Why? Could it be because they were out for a good time dressed for the occasion and wearing festive glasses? Would he have said the same about two men who took different positions on his question and also wearing colorful party eye-covering?

The two women took opposing views on the war and adequately conveyed their opinions within a mere few seconds on the spot and in a setting wherein deep questions to say the least are unexpected.

We hope they start a blog together and indeed get a guest spot on the O'Reilly Factor.

Wear the glasses, too.


Feb. 22, 2012 Jesse Watters on the O'Reilly Factor segment Venice Beach

Watters' World in Venice Beach

Jesse Watters scours the beaches of Los Angeles looking for sharp political commentary

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html

Meanwhile, Watters interviewed Presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul about declining to appear in a face-to-face with Bill O'Reilly on the Factor. It's interesting that Watters doesn't ask Paul to explain further his comments about a "gold" standard being re-employed in the USA, instead, Watters claims Paul has "misinterpreted" the Constitution.

September 8, 2011

'Factor' Producer Jesse Watters Confronts Ron Paul

http://nation.foxnews.com/ron-paul/2011/09/07/factor-producer-jesse-watters-confronts-ron-paul

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