Dennis "I Used to Be a Comedian and Now I'm on FOX" Miller Analyzes Chris Dodd's Factor Experience

08/06/2007 04:13 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

orielly-dmiller.jpgNeed I say more? In a last ditch effort to save his dwindling career, the "former comedian" has now fallen so deep into the abyss that he's become the Conservative jokester analyst for the FOX Opinion Channel to assure himself a steady paycheck....Pathetic. (see the video here) It's a must see!

After getting his butt kicked by Chris Dodd over his smearing of Daily Kos, Bill O'Reilly called upon Miller to try and bail his sorry self out. The fact that Dodd knew about BillO's Coit Tower and anti-San Francisco statements surprised him and so he tried to use the usual trick out of the Conservative handbook. He didn't deny his remarks, but attempted to confuse the issue about where he said it originally.

Miller is just the "yes-man" for the job and actually said that Dodd sandbagged O'Reilly! I'm not making this up..Maybe he has regained his sense of humor...He called Dodd a hack and said that Chris never actually read the Daily Kos before...I met him once backstage in Santa Barbara after a show I played in '03 and he sucked up to the band pretty good, but seemed friendly enough at the time. Who knew he was destined for the loving arms of O'Reilly.

Here's what Bill said about the beautiful city of S.F.:

"If you want to ban military recruiting, fine. But I'm not going to give you another nickel of federal money," O'Reilly said. "If I'm the president of the United States, I walk right into Union Square, I set up my little presidential podium and I say, 'Listen, citizens of San Francisco, if you vote against military recruiting, you're not going to get another nickel in federal funds.'"

"If Al Qaeda comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it," he continued. "We're going to say, 'look, every other place in America is off limits to you, except San Francisco. You want to blow up the Coit Tower? Go ahead."

Those remarks haven't gone unnoticed.

"Consider the source," said San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. "There are a lot of people that love their country, and embrace the military, but that doesn't mean...that people of San Francisco can't stand up and say 'hey, there may be some issues, and we want to send a policy statement that raises awareness.'"

O'Reilly has attacked Newsom in the past, but this time the Mayor says he has taken things too far.

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