by Chris Bodenner
After railing against Jay Z and Young Jeezy for lowering the political discourse, O'Reilly tells Dennis Miller:

"I didn't like the line in [Obama's] speech...about how we don't have to compromise our values to protect ourselves.  I think sometimes we do.  I think sometimes we have to be realistic and do things that aren't Army-Field-Manual polite.  We can't give the Lazy-E-Boys to the captured terrorists.  We can't give them the iced tea and wind chimes.  And I think that was oversimplifying, and kind of a cheap shot at the Bush administration. ... [Liberals] would torture the hell out of Bush if they could, can you imagine?"

"Iced tea and wind chimes," after the jump:

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