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Roger Ebert Factors Bill O'Reilly

In the debate over civil debate, Roger Ebert offers a critique of Bill O'Reilly that refrains from name-calling and other polarizing language, eloquently and patiently modeling the the way he believes that political arguments should be conducted, "with sincere debate and friendly persuasion." A persuasive piece of persuasion. Your thoughts?

Roger Ebert Factors Bill O'Reilly

Bill O´Reilly, making his point and exclaiming it, too.
Bill O'Reilly, making his point and exclaiming it, too.

In the debate over civil debate, Roger Ebert offers a critique of Bill O'Reilly  that refrains from name-calling and other polarizing language, eloquently and patiently modeling the the way he believes that political arguments should be conducted, "with sincere debate and friendly persuasion." A persuasive piece of persuasion. Your thoughts?

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