Assessing the conventions
Talking Points 9/10
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- Date Sep 10, 2012
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Hi I'm Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight as we begin our seventeenth.
On the air amazing.
Assessing the conventions that is a subject of this evening's talking points memo.
By -- to Tampa and Charlotte were instructive but not very exciting.
Republican Convention featured three main messages the president has failed to improve the economy and has no clue on what to do next but Mitt Romney does -- can improve things.
That's it it took four days to get that out.
The exhibit more complicated on the democratic side is that party is divided traditional Democrats -- -- -- President Obama but seem a bit uneasy.
With the radical turn the party -- take.
I mean look at the prime time speakers the head of Planned Parenthood who wants abortion without limits with tax payers funding.
And just to make sure we didn't miss that point Sandra flock was given a high profile speaking slot to put forth her vision.
Of the country.
And a marriage back in which states humiliate women.
By forcing us to indoor invasive ultrasound.
That we don't want.
There are doctors saying that we don't need.
And America and with access to birth control is controlled by people who will never used six.
That it took him across -- smug and immature in my opinion in fact writing in the Wall Street Journal Peggy Noonan called his -- quote.
-- me they narcissistic.
And they fool.
-- -- Yes Dennis Miller also had a great line he said the Democrats are for cradle to grave entitlements.
It's getting to the cradle that's the hard part.
Then it was Caroline Kennedy who offended millions of Christians worldwide when she said this.
As a Catholic woman I'd take reproductive health seriously.
And today it is under attack.
This year alone more than a dozen states have passed more than forty restrictions on women's access to reproductive health care.
That's not the kind of future I want for my daughters or your daughter's.
Now isn't it time to roll -- the rights we were winning when my father was president.
Well for the record ms.
Kennedy's mother and father the president and Jackie were not pro choice at least not publicly they did not embarrass their church.
Well the embarrassments continue with the Democrats initially taking the word got out of their platform and then trying to put god back -- I'll do that one more time.
All those delegates and neighbors say -- Love those delegates opposed say no.
In the opinion of the chair two thirds of voted in the affirmative the motion is -- -- And the platform has been amended -- -- -- on -- -- Thank you very much.
Earlier welcome who -- god.
The now talking voices I believe there is a war on women or Hispanic Americans or black Americans or anybody else.
-- points believes the economy's bad.
And the Democratic Party should spend the bulk of its time trying to fix that.
Rather than -- up phony controversies and promoting divisive class warfare I simply cannot figure out.
Why -- -- handed his party over to extremists.
The biggest positive in Charlotte was Bill Clinton.
A moderate Democrat.
Obama things Planned Parenthood has had a flock are gonna get him elected he just -- a major mistake.
Most Americans aren't ideologues they just want to give themselves and their families a decent life.
Obama's miss reading the country's mood and his speech demonstrated that.
Most Americans still like him and many will vote for him again.
But the more he embraces the radical left the more he shows do is -- for American tradition and that includes capitalism.
More likely it is that he will lose.
President knows he is not fulfilled his -- to return in the nation to prosperity.
So the long knives and the lose -- hoping to distract the voting public.
That's not gonna work this time.