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Bill O'Reilly And Dennis Miller Almost Kind Of Like PETA

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After thoroughly bashing PETA on the subject of animal abuse in circuses, Bill O’Reilly and Dennis Miller had an odd exchange of thin agreement that the group does in fact do some good for the world. Transcribed from the interview:

O’REILLY: Well, I feel the same way. I think PETA did some good work in the cruelty to animals stuff. But they’re just way over the line.

MILLER: Bill, they do good — they do good work with the clumsiest bedside manner imaginable.

O’REILLY: Right.

MILLER: They could do better work if they just used their heads.

I personally doubt O’Reilly or Miller have actually done any background research on animal abuse in circuses — otherwise they might have had a bit more of a rounded discussion on what PETA is attempting to do. You know, fair and balanced? Still, actually hearing O’Reilly have something nice to say about the group is mind-blowing, no matter no snarky the discussion.

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