Bill O'Reilly Interviews God, Viscious Fight Ensues

Written by rfreed

Friday, 4 December 2009

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Jehovah Just Before Launching Into An Off Key Rendition Of "I Heard It Through The Grapevine".

In a controversial incident on Fox News, Bill O'Reilly was interviewing God, asking how the Almighty could come to allow the Democrats to run both the Senate and White House.

During God's attempt to explain that he had to be fair to all sides, O'Reilly got peeved when God started to explain the Democrats point of view and constantly interrupted Him. Midway through the show O'Reilly blew his stack and told God to "Shut up!" Jehovah (our society now allows us to go on a first name basis with everyone) was taken aback at this. Three thousand years ago he would have rained fire and brimstone down upon the commentator, but the Jesus thing two thousand years ago has mellowed him out. Jehovah kept his cool and said, "Now Bill, we don't have to get so personal about all this"

The inflamed Irishman stayed inflamed. "To hell I don't! I get paid damn good money to push certain points on my show and not others! By God, those points will get top billing here and not those of the spineless Democrats!"

Now it was Jehovah's turn to lose it. "All creatures in this world have their own program they run by and they are allowed to have it. That is the way it is and that is the way it will stay! And when you take my name in vain you better be smiling when you say it! And when you say "to Hell with something, remember, I am the One holding the one way tickets for getting there! Remember, are always seats open!"

The two god like beings were standing nose to nose, fists clenched in anger. O'Reilly, used to intimidating his guests with his 6"2' height, was not used to dealing with an omniscient superstar who towered above him.

"Well...well...I bet you would do the same for the Muslims!"

"You bet I would. Why, I even express the side of the Republicans sometimes."

With that, O'Reilly went buggy eyed and, not knowing what to do, stormed off his own set.

God, left alone with the microphone, began to do improvisational karaoke until senior Fox officials came around and pulled the plug. Security then roughly escorted God to the door.

Fox's ratings that night went through the roof, especially the karaoke part.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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