• By Bill O'Reilly

    According to an article in the "New York Times" President Obama has told confidants that he would like to "go Bulworth." That is a reference to a 1998 Warren Beatty movie where the one-time matinee idol plays Senator Jay Belington Bulworth, who was a complete phony. Toward the end of the film the Senator has an epiphany and decides to tell the truth.

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    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: If you can't get health insurance, fire insurance, life insurance, why haven't you come out with Senate Bill 27 twice?

    BULWORTH: Well, you haven't really contributed any money to my campaign, have you?

    You got any idea how much these insurance companies come up with? They pretty much depend on me to get a bill like that and bottle it up in my committee during an election and in that way we can kill it when you are not looking.

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    O'REILLY: Now, I as an American citizen want President Obama to go "Bulworth" and to actually tell us what he thinks, especially about the controversies in Benghazi, with the IRS, and the Justice Department snooping around reporters. But so far the President is doing a great imitation of the late actor John Banner.

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    JOHN BANNER, ACTOR: Oh I see nothing. I was not here. I did not even get up this morning. I see nothing.

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    O'REILLY: Now here's how bad lack of information really is. When Chris Wallace asked where the President was the night Ambassador Stevens was killed in Benghazi, he didn't get very far.

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    CHRIS WALLACE, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: Do you not know whether he was in the situation...

    DAN PFEIFFER, WHITE HOUSE SENIOR ADVISER: I don't remember what room the President was in on that night. And that's a largely irrelevant fact.

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    O'REILLY: No, it's not. Americans want to know where the Commander- in-Chief was while his Ambassador and three other Americans were being killed. That is a valid question.

    Today, former IRS Chief Doug Shulman testified before the Senate but predictably he doesn't know anything about targeting conservatives.

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    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: How did this happen?

    DOUG SHULMAN, FORMER IRS COMMISSIONER: Mr. Chairman, I can't say -- I can't say that I know that answer. I have now had the benefit of reading the report. And that's, you know, the full accounting of facts that I have at this point and so I -- I don't think can I answer that question.

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    O'REILLY: Ok, I don't know. Nobody, nobody can answer any questions. Do you sense a pattern here? If you are a fair-minded person, the Obama administration is becoming a frustrating experience, is it not? Just tell us what happened, Mr. President. Stop dancing around. We don't need a replay of Watergate.

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    BOB WOODWARD, ASSOCIATE EDITOR, WASHINGTON POST: This is not Watergate but there are some people in the administration who have acted as if they want to be Nixonian. And that's a very big problem.

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    O'REILLY: Yes, it's a big problem. So Mr. President again, let's go Bulworth tell us the truth.

    And that's "The Memo."

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