Bill O'Reilly: Howard Dean on the attack

By Bill O’Reilly

Just call me Miss Cleo, psychic to the stars. Just minutes… just minutes after I told you last night that the Democratic Party's strategy to re-elect President Obama will be to attack Mitt Romney and the Republican Party, presto... a few minutes later Howard Dean shows up on MSNBC and says this:


HOWARD DEAN: The Republican Party is gay-bashing, Muslim-bashing, Latino- bashing, immigrant-bashing, women-bashing every day. And so the -- young people are just not going to vote for Romney because they are not going to -- they think insurance should actually pay for birth control. They don't -- their friends are gay, Muslim, Latino and so forth and so on. They are sick of this stuff.


O'REILLY: Now, I want to thank Governor Dean for making me an oracle. It was nice of him to do it. So, what we have here is the Democrats trying to put together a coalition of the aggrieved. Millions of Americans who feel they're not getting what they deserve. And of course, President Obama is here to help them.

Now, that analysis is not a slap at the President. Unlike some of you, I don't think he's a bad guy. But I do think he's misguided philosophically and because of that is doing damage to the country's economic infrastructure.

But I don't see him as Dr. Evil. In fact, I have never ever seen Mr. Obama with a cat.


DR. EVIL: As you know, every diabolical scheme that I have hatched has been thwarted by Austin Powers.


O'REILLY: Now, seriously here is how the campaign is going to unfold. The coalition of the aggrieved will be stoked up by guys like Howard Dean and a variety of other liberal bomb throwers. They will put forth that America is not a fair country and that the only person who can make it fair is President Obama. The bomb throwers will then slime Mitt Romney in every way possible.

Now, on the other side, conservatives and Republicans will make a mistake if they sink into that swamp. At this point, everybody knows President Obama. You don't have to demonize the man. You either like him or you don't. But everybody does not know how much danger there is in uncontrolled federal spending. That is what Mitt Romney and the Republicans have to make crystal clear. How a $16 trillion dollar debt that continues to rise will affect every American. If they can get that point across, everybody will be aggrieved. Not just a few selected minorities.

So there you have it right from the mouth of an oracle. And that's “The Memo.”

Pinheads & Patriots

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the James Bond movies, and of course, Sean Connery is the gold standard.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You're on Mr. Goldfinger's lucky Jet Star heading for Baltimore. Enjoy his guest.

SEAN CONNERY, ACTOR: I'm honored. I never realized he enjoyed my company that much.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I don't suppose it will be all fun and games? Mai Lee.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Can I do something for you, Mr. Bond?

CONNERY: Just a drink. A Martini. Shaken, not stirred.


O'REILLY: But now the new James Bond, Daniel Craig, isn't drinking martinis any longer. He's drinking -- wait for it -- Heineken. That's right, double-oh-seven's drinking beer. I think because Heineken is paying a huge bounty to the Bond producers. Big bucks.

And I'll tell you what. It's a “Pinheaded” move. Sean Connery would never have done it.