Yes, Bill O’Reilly, there really are 200,000 homeless vets


On last night’s O’Reilly Factor, host Bill O’Reilly challenged John Edwards’ claim that 200,000 veterans “will go to sleep under bridges and on grates” because they are homeless. O’Reilly said, “They may be out there, but there’s not many of them out there. Okay? … If you know where’s a veteran, sleeping under a bridge, you call me immediately, and we will make sure that man does not do it.” The Washington Post checked into Edwards’ claim and reported that the Department of Veterans Affairs does indeed report that about 195,000 veterans are “homeless on any given night.”

And more on the way…..



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6 responses to “Yes, Bill O’Reilly, there really are 200,000 homeless vets

  1. I don’t think Bill O’Reilly ever knows what he’s talking about. He just believes what he wants to believe.

  2. TRM

    Dude,, pass what your smokin!!!

  3. Isn’t Bill O’Reilly in the media? Wouldn’t that make him part of the web of lies the media spins?

  4. TRM

    How come you never respond to anything Smokey? Or respond to me?

  5. TRM:
    Sorry, dude, I just wasn’t smokin anything at the time. I’m not so far away, if you’re in Berkeley.

  6. I normally don’t take the time to post comments, but it is difficult to find actual infomation on this subject today. You did a great job in this post and I am going to take the time to look at the rest of your blog. Keep up the good work!

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