Sweet Jesus, I Hate Bill O'Reilly

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Nation Books, 2006 - Humor - 291 pages
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Bill O'Reilly is a man who believes he is a voice of reason. He calls for boycotting Canada, says Adolf Hitler would have been a card-carrying member of the ACLU, and thinks Hurricane Katrina victims seen carrying televisions should be shot on sight. Amann and Breuer – the creators of the hugely popular website www.sweetjesusihatebilloreilly.com — take a close look at O'Reilly's own assertions and arguments — taken from his TV and radio shows, books and columns — to expose him for what he is: a self-righteous boob and a sham newsman. The ongoing themes explored in Sweet Jesus, I Hate Bill O'Reilly are that O'Reilly is a bit crazy, not all that sharp and, as the authors put it, about "as self-aware as a legume." The result is a hilariously funny book, a great read for anyone who enjoys seeing a puffed-up blowhard taken down a notch or two — whether they're an O'Reilly hater, fan, or something in between.

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Bill O'Reilly is the conservative pundit liberals love to hate, and he gets a thrashing in this book-length "intervention" that, in debunking many claims O'Reilly has made on his television and radio ... Read full review

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Oh, Bill, I once loved to watch your show ... before you went ape-shit crazy. Not only will you read concrete examples of Bill's rapidly-decaying sanity, you can also sing along to the authors' off-off-off-Broadway Bill-O musical parody. Fun for the whole family!

About the author (2006)

Joseph Minton Amann is the founder of sweetjesusihatebilloreilly.com. He served for many years as publisher of the Wisconsin-based alternative monthly magazine The Scene where he also contributed film reviews, humor columns and one much-discussed interview with composer Philip Glass. Amann is lead writer for sweetjesusihatebilloreilly.com.

Tom Breuer is an experienced writer, editor and humorist. In his ten years with the Wisconsin-based alternative monthly magazine The Scene, he served as associate editor, editor, and lead writer. He currently works as a freelance writer and editor in Appleton, Wisconsin for numerous newspapers, magazines, and websites, including sweetjesusihatebilloreilly.com.

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