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From The O'Reilly Factor Tuesday, celebrating another fact-free night in which Bill O'Reilly and Newt Gingrich offer up their highly regarded political assessments on the

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Bill O'Reilly and Newt Gingrich Give Us the Fox Version of Seattle Election News: Lefties Bad!

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From The O'Reilly Factor Tuesday, celebrating another fact-free night in which Bill O'Reilly and Newt Gingrich offer up their highly regarded political assessments on the 2010 mid-term elections:

O'Reilly: I think Illinois and Washington state -- and I know how these elections go in King County, the Seattle area, and in Cook County, the Chicago area. Now, you may say -- but I know how they go, and it's not honest. It isn't honest. So, if it's close, the Democrats are going to -- they're going -- and I'm not accusing anyone of anything. But I know the entrenched power in the Seattle area and the Chicago area is Democrat. You wouldn't argue with that. The entrenched power is Democrat.

Gingrich: It always helps if you're the Republican candidate in certain states to win by a big enough margin.

O'Reilly: You've got to win by four or five --

Gingrich: That's right.

O'Reilly: -- all right, to win in those states.

Gingrich: In order to win by two.

O'Reilly: Right.

Gingrich: That's right.

O'Reilly: And Patty Murray is a bad senator, awful. Rossi -- I don't know the guy, but he's -- you know, he's tied with her now. And, that again, you would indicate that the challenger beats the incumbent when they're tied, but not in those states.

Translation: He says elections here are corrupt but he's not saying that. The unknown Republican is equal to the bad incumbent. You have to win by four or five. If you don't get it, you're a pinhead.

H/T: Media Matters

 
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