Bill O'Reilly on Shawn Hornbeck: "The situation here, for this kid, looks to me to be a lot more fun than what he had under his 'old' parents. He didn't have to go to school, he could run around and do whatever he wanted." Yeah, it was great. Except for the years of ass raping.


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Jackie Mason | February 7, 2007
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Aaron Shurtleff | February 7, 2007
I would think after years of ass raping, your ability to run around would be fairly limited, but I don't have half the sense of Bill O'Reilly!


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