Jane Kleeb’s lovefest with Bill O’Reilly

The next time you hear the gang over at Kos, or heck over at the Nebraska Democrat Party or their assorted blogs, harsh on FOX News, you tell them to listen to their Liberal/Progressive Leader, Jane Fleming Kleeb.

In a short piece on The O’Reilly Factor, Bill and Mrs. Kleeb practically held hands and actually did agree that Democrats make up bullsh*t issues, and that FOX is the voice of moderates.

Wait, she didn’t really say “moderates“, did she?

Feel free to watch the whole piece, but be sure to check it out at 3:08:

You will hear Jane say the following:

I don’t consider FOX an enemy.

I consider FOX definitely representing more MODERATE and definitely more conservative voices…

So there you go Democrats. We are glad THAT discussion is over.

Now Jane, please admit that Keith Olbermann is an Marxist/Leftist extremist who kicks dogs.

68 comments

  1. Mr. Blackwell says:

    Jane Flemming Kleeb why did you go on Fox News with that Tye-dyed Blouse, With that fashion sense Honey, no wonder you are going to lose the House.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jane Kleeb is a complete frickin' idiot. She kissed Fox's ass and couldn't even handle O'Reilly. I bet she wore her fake cowboy boots, too.

  3. Kyle Michaelis says:

    SS-

    I had no idea you held Jane Kleeb's every statement in such high regard. If you want Democrats and liberals to accept Jane's concession to Bill O'Reilly as the FINAL WORD on FOX News, that's quite the endorsement of her intelligence and political acumen. Sounds like Nebraska voters should be listening a lot more to her opinions on Dave Heineman, Mike Johanns, and your beloved Lee Terry.

  4. Street Sweeper says:

    Kyle!

    Trolling Leavenworth St. late night huh? We must have struck a nerve…

    Hey man, YOU are the one who said Bold Nebraska was taking over the Liberal Nebraska Blogosphere.

    Of course you know she doesn't speak for any conservatives in the state. But you and your "Progressive" people hold her in high regard!

    I just hope now you can watch and truly understand Bill O'Reilly and FOX News, like your Progressive Pal, Jane, does.

    And thanks for reading!

  5. Street Sweeper says:

    Hey the Dems are out late tonight, spinning in full force!

    Yup Phil, THAT's why O'Reilly had her on. Because she is a 2-time failed candidate's wife.

    Next on The Factor: Mrs. Mark Lakers and Mike Boyle debate!

    We'll be here all night folks!

  6. Don Kuhns says:

    Whew! For a minute there I thought I would have to inform chancellor Soros that Jane has spilled the beans about our mighty conspiracy. Good thing she didn't take the bait O'Reilly offered her.

    Seriously, JFK obviously can see that the only way to keep her slot as a Fox News Democrat is by agreeing with O'Reilly's crackpot theories. Quite the self-promoter, isn't she?

  7. Husker says:

    Jane was not like Ndomokong Suh on O'Reilly, she was more like Jake Loocher against the Blackshirts….note to Jane, Blackshirts are not Scott's CU Buffaloes.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Jane Kleeb is a self promoting fraud. It's time she and her fake boots, fake understanding of agriculture and fake support for rural America for a hike far, far away from CD3. Just go home JFK…

  9. Anonymous says:

    Keith Olbermann really burns O'Reilley. why? because O'Reilly is getting challenged. He can't stand that. He got so used to saying his blather and all the righties would nod thir head and say that is right. Well lo and behold some one comes on the scene and says. Hold it. O'Reilly is not famous for the truth. It really burns the righties to get caught with their pants down and the lies seeping out of their no name spots.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Jane is back in NYC for the Clinton Global Initiative gig, a pricey event, she was complaining about $400 a night hotel rooms. That would take care of some poor people "in the Neb." after you spend a week in NYC. According to Jane, hubby Scott is there too. So let's see, Scott's government grants-funded energy company pays his way and Granddaddy Dick Holland pays Jane's way so it's not coming out of their pockets. BUT Jane the ultimate self-promoter, uses Holland's dime in a successful effort to foist herself onto FOX again after what, a couple years' absence from her regular appearances there? Pretty smart for someone who dresses for a national news program like she's headed out to toke some weed. Prediction: Jane will get a regular slot back on FOX, even if she has to hump to a TV studio somewhere in the Neb to do it. Not bad for a week's worth of fun and frivolity in the Big Apple.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Did Jane go and smoke a bowl after that interview? What's with that 60s garmet and a network she admits is watched by moderates and conservatives?

  12. Anonymous says:

    Oh, you mean like when giggling Jane last compared the Governor to a groundhog on her Facebook page?

    Don't worry, Jane can get as good as she can give.

  13. Street Sweeper says:

    Actually, it was the Caddyshack gopher, and yes, Jane and the rest of the Dems like to give and give and then yelp FOUL! when they get.

    I'm just glad Jane can go to FOX to find some moderation after she gets her fill of leftist screed on MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS and NBC.

  14. Anonymous says:

    It's too bad FOX gives her a forum and feeds her insatiable desire for fame. What's up with the other "BN" staffers? The only ones you hear making any noise are Jane and the young woman who writes the blog. Is everyone else getting sick of Jane getting all the bennies and trips while they have to stay home and haul signs to manufactured media events?

  15. Shoe Salesman says:

    Sweeper are you polling the NE Republicans in the Congressional Delegation about the House GOP "Pledge"? Seems that in 21 pages they omitted any mention of earmarks – ending them, curttailing them, refunding them etc. Wonder what the anti-earmarkers have to say about their leadership preparing to get back at the trough if they take over.

  16. assskinner says:

    Earmarks? Have you been living under a rock?

    The King is Ben Nelson. He brags of bringing home the bacon. He lives for it. He's your donkey.

  17. Mannix says:

    Bill-O must be pretty desperate for guests. yawn.

    And Sweeper has given another clue to his identity – must be over 40 if he considers 10:55 "late night". Better get a nap in soon before supper at 4:30 Mick.

  18. Anonymous says:

    As a strong Democrat seeing Jane Kleeb represent the party as a "strategist" makes me sick to my stomach. Can anyone name any campaign that Jane has been successful enough in to earn the right to be called a strategist? Please people, don't pay her any attention. She is almost as big of a joke as fox news. In fact that may be a good topic for discussion: What is a bigger joke? Jane or Fox? That is a head scratcher for sure.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Wow. That is a good question. The bigger joke? Hmmmm. On one hand Fox news is full of crackpots and crazies that do lie to undereducated individuals that believe everything that they see on that joke of a news network. On the other hand, Jane is a self aggrandizing individual that only has the respect of people that are paid to respect her and someone that the vast majority of Democrats in the state would love to see leave the state. Jane, Please leave. I guess after pondering the question of the bigger joke, I must admit that I am dumbfounded. I will say Fox….wait, I mean Jane. No Fox…..well Jane….no, Fox. Wow, this is hard.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Who cares, really? Keeb is doing what she needs to do keep herself in the media. No real bearing on Nebraska Politics.

    Terry wins.
    The Gov wins.
    The Democrats are left with no real choice. They need to throw out all the activist/community organizers and regroup. I suggest Covalt and the others find other employment. While they are at it they need to flush the current crop of Mello, Nordquist, Snow Plow Nantkes, McGill, and such. Perhaps building around Ashford could be a start, even Lathrop would be better.

  21. Anonymous says:

    I will be waiting for all you republicans to turn your hate machine on me. But I don't care. My brother was able to buy health insurance yesterday for his 2 year old son. My nephew has MS. Because of the new health care law he can get insurance. He just might have a chance now. I was always a republican. But not any longer. They told my brother having an abortion is a sin. But they did not tell him that he was going to go thousands of dollars into debt. The democrats seem to care. I never realized that until it got personal. So like I said start your hate talk. I don't care.

  22. Anonymous says:

    anon 7:16. Good for you. I hope the kid gets better. There are a lots of untruths about the new health care law. You can tell when some one does not know what they are talking about when it come to the new law. I am sure we will hear all of the petes and repeats of them. Pretty sad.

  23. Gina says:

    Anon @ 7:16:
    "They told my brother that having an abortion is a sin." Are you saying that your brother should have killed his son/your nephew?

  24. Anonymous says:

    Gina I don't know about anon 7:16. But it looks like some people might have told the guy you can't afford a kid with MS. I am sure all the pre natal tests showed that the boy had MS. Republicans are real big on not having an abortion. But they don't seem to want to help those kids after they are born. The new health care law helps kids like that. Republicans now want to take that help away. It is not right.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Anon: 7:06 p.m. The key term is "Democratic strategist". You are right, what are Kleeb's credentials to be called a Democratic strategist on FOX or anywhere else? Looks like she jumps from one made-up group to the next; none of which have had any real impact on politics but have apparently paid her well. She must have a penchant for finding well-heeled old men who will throw money at any cause she touts. She denies in Nebraska any connection to the Democratic Party and Bold Nebraska states that FOX got it wrong but Jane could have corrected O'Reilly or made sure before she went on that her new "title" was "progressive political activist" or some such. But it benefits Jane to not embarrass O'Reilly and his handlers because she needs them to keep inviting her back. And, she likes being called a Democratic strategist because that puts her in a league with Karl Rove, Dick Morris and other heavyweights on the other side. She has found a way to make good money by being the ultimate poser.

  26. Right Wing Professor says:

    The comparison isn't that bad. Jane's associated herself with a succession of losing causes. Suh plays for the Detroit Lions…

  27. Tea-Bone says:

    It is obvious from the GOP's Pledge to America that they are not taking the Tea Party very seriously. The GOP is no longer about conservative change (just need to point to John McCain as the nominee as a prime example of how far they are off course and unwilling to correct). I am urging all T-minded folks who believe we can make a change to not vote for either White or Terry. The only way to see a change is to let White go in and then find a real Tea Party candidate for the next election. I am done voting for Terry and hoping that he will change.

  28. Anonymous says:

    To Tea-Bone a/k/a Ian Russell. Nice try to try to pull away conservative votes away from LEE. Getting desperate aren't we? Bracing for PlaneGate at the campaign office? If not, I would!

  29. Right Wing Professor says:

    Anonymous coward @ 12:26: impressed though I am by your ability to squeeze two lies into three words, this discussion isn't about me, but about Jane Kleeb, who is much prettier.

    I am flattered by your obsession. But please focus.

  30. Tea-Bone says:

    To Anon 12:57

    No I am not Ian Russell (whoever that is – sorry Mr. Russell). This is part of the frustration with the GOP – they really can't believe that there might be those traditional Republicans who are upset with how you and Boehner and McConnell are running things. It is time for a change – in both PARTIES. That's the anger that is out in the coffee shops.

    Have fun putting together your next attack ad (so that's where my money is going), there are a few of us that are worried about Nebraska and the country.

  31. Nick says:

    While I certainly don't agree with Jane Kleeb on a lot of things, this was the most boring segment ever. C'mon! It's Bill O'Reilly! I wanna see some serious bloviating!

  32. Anonymous says:

    7:16 I frankly doubt your claimed Republican credentials.

    But, let's pursue this a moment.

    This new law requires insurance carriers to cover more things. As a direct result, rates will go up for the rest of us.

    I'm healthy but I've been paying into the system to be sure that I'm covered in the event something happens. Insurance takes the gamble that I'll remain healthy and that what I pay in over time will be enough to cover me in the event something happens, and I'm willing to spend a little more over time to protect against the risk.

    Now that the law has changed, I have to pay more to cover your brother's risk. I don't know why your brother didn't make arrangements to have his kid covered. Mine were all covered from birth as part of my plan. But now I (and everyone else) have to pay more to make up for your brother's failure to plan ahead and be responsible.

    So, let tme ask you these questions:

    1. Is it appropriate for the government to tell me, when I've been responsible for and taken care of my own kids, that I should now have to pay more to make up for your brother not being responsible for his?

    2. Is it a proper role of government to make some citizens bear the cost of the bad choices of other citizens? Is there any line you would draw where you'd say government shouldn't do that?

    3. Are you really a former Republican? Or just a pro-abortion dem trying to stir the pot?

  33. Anonymous says:

    To 1:47PM: Precisely.

    Either the party people and their candidates pay attention to the present climate changes or new movements will continue to hack away at their bases.

  34. Anonymous says:

    ANON:@ 3:32 your an idiot. Who are you to judge how a person raises his family or what type of a former republican he used to be. We are an united country. The strenght of any country is how it takes care of the weak not the strong. We need less people like you and more who care about their fellow citizens. God help you if you or some one you care about ever goes through what that little boy is going through right now. So your insurance goes up to help some one less off than you. BOO HOO. Tell that one to God at St. Peter's gate.

  35. Anonymous says:

    The Republicans are going to kill earmarks because you simply cannot roll back spending to pre stimulus figures and not eliminate earmarks.

    Mr. Fake Tea Partier, you need to learn a little about politics if you really think you can elect Tom White this year and then unelect him next year in a District with numbers such as we have.

    You tried the petition process and weren't successful. Sorry for you, but you should really pull your head out of your constant internet trash talk and look at your Congressional District and work for the common good, rather than your fringe utopia.

  36. Harvey Perlman says:

    Professor Harbison, come into my office on Monday. We need to discuss your association with the birther movement, and your resignation.

  37. Don Kuhns says:

    7:16 with no name, you're full of crap. The father probably has a decent job because if he didn't, the kid would be on Medicaid. Up until now, insurance companies would not insure people with chronic problems, or if they did, the cost was ridiculous. What part of that don't you understand?

    In any case, do you think it's right for a child to suffer because his parents have made poor choices?

  38. Democrat dude says:

    "As a lifelong democrat, well, as long as I remember, which isn't long, the pot kinda affects your memory, you know, man, but anyway, as a lifelong Democratic duuuude, I just don't know if I can vote for them this fall .. is it fall yet? … part of that is I can't remember when election day is, but mostly it's, 'cos I was watching some Democrat congress committee today, on CSPAN, or the Sci-Fi channel, they're right next to each other, so I get confused, but anyway, where was I? oh yeah. I was watching C-Span, or C-Span2, or C-Span3, man how many of them are there, kinda scary, and they had that fascist dude Colbert testifying, and I can't believe he's on the Comedy Central 'cos he's just so fascist, man, and they had him testifying about Latinos, man, from Latin America, and Latin America is where most of the pot comes from, very necessary when the gro-lites in my stepmom's basement are on the fritz, which is most of the time, cos she has to hook to pay the bill, and she's ugly on a stick, anyway, he was saying all these evil things about illegal alien dudes, and it was so, like, harsh, and then I realized, I couldn't tell, which clown dudes were the democrat congresspersons, and which was the fascist clown guy, and Al Franken confused me enough about that already, and so I'm not voting for them any more, dude, because my brain is scrambled enough already without this harshness…now, where did I leave my stash? Oh, no, I hate it when this happens"

  39. Street Sweeper says:

    Listen, you are LUCKY to have a person like RWP here. He's educated, an immigrant (with an different perspective) and consistently gives quality comments.

    You want to take on RWP's comments? DO IT.

    But quit pussing out by complaining about who he is. Focus on the message. That's what this blog is about.

    Nut up already.

    – Street Sweeper

  40. Anonymous says:

    RWP my be a smart person but his view points are border line NEO Nazi. That is what ticks people off about him. If he can't stand the heat he should get out of the kitchen. You don't hear any one else complaining.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Many of us just step around the comments left on the trail by RWP, not wanting to soil ourselves with his dreck. Educated he may be, but, oh my goodness, what a waste of a good education!

  42. Street Sweeper says:

    Oh bullshit.
    RWP shoots straight.
    Oh, and he ID's himself, so YOU get to keep track of EVERYTHING he writes. Try it sometime. It ain't easy.

    RWP gives intelligent, well thought out comments here.

    We'd be lucky if everyone else did the same.

    SS

  43. Right Wing Professor says:

    I had no idea there were so many angry Detroit Lions fans in Nebraska.

    I take it back. The Lions may be 0-2, but they came a darn sight closer in their two games than Scott Kleeb did in either of his two losses.

    Thanks for the kind words, Sweeper.

  44. Ashamed UNL Alum says:

    RWP outed himself on here as a birther when he said Obama is a "slightly mysterious half-black guy." He has no intellectual credibility whatsoever. He should be thrown out of UNL and the scientific community on his ass. He's been busted lying on so many other topics it's pathetic. I too have a professional career but don't risk the reputation of my firm by spewing garbage attached to my name and firm online.

  45. Street Sweeper says:

    Oh screw you. Like that makes a bit of sense. Go sell that on one of your other blogs and quit wasting our time. Do you have a point to make about anything political? If so, do it or leave.
    -SS

  46. Bob Loblaw says:

    Why does it matter what RWP's political views are? He is a fricking Chemistry professor. Unless he teaches that atoms are made of fairy farts or something else his political views shouldn't matter.

    What percentage of UNL professors do you think are left wing. I'd say at least 80%. And you know what? I couldn't care less what they are.

    BTW my wife had Prof Harbison in a class. She hated it. Not because he was unfair, or spouting bullshit, or anything else you guys accuse him of. No, she hated it because he teaches damn hard classes and because hes a tough teacher. Just exactly what I want my professors to be.

  47. Anonymous says:

    Well, in my experience, the libs who post here are pretty representative of the kind of lib ass-hats that you normally encounter on these types of fora. They are incapable of discussing ideas and, instead, just fling epithets and engage in ad hominems.

    Kind of speaks to their bankruptcy of ideas.

  48. Anonymous says:

    Finally! The evidence is revealed! The Street Sweeper is none other than professor Gerald Harbison!


    Hey Brainiac, it's Gerard, not Gerald. And you prove the point about lib ass-hats.

  49. Anonymous says:

    Hey GERALD, or Lt. Gerard, or whatever,

    The thing that tipped everyone off to the fact that YOU are the Street Sweeper was the way you reply to people that pick on you, as you pick on them.

    Anonymous and liking it.

  50. Grundle King says:

    Gotta love some of the idiot lib posters on here…if they weren't so wrapped up in their own stupidity, I wouldn't have as much to laugh at.

    Such as the moronic suggestion that, because Sweeper and the Prof share similar viewpoints, and argue based on merit…well then, by Jove they MUST be one in the same!

    BTW, Obama IS a slightly mysterious half-black guy. The half-black part is just plain fact. The slightly mysterious part comes from the fact that, here we have a guy born to a Kenyan father who basically abandoned him, grew up as Barry Soetoro, lived in Indonesia for several years, dabbled in mary-jane and cocaine, went to Columbia, moved to Chicago to be a 'community organizer' in a community where he had no apparent previous ties, went to Harvard law, voted mostly "present" in his brief stint as an US senator…then somehow managed to market his brand of snake-oil to enough people to get elected POTUS.

    How someone can fail to see anything 'slightly mysterious' in all that is beyond me.

  51. Anonymous says:

    She and her husband are complete frauds. The majority of Hastings wishes they would just go back to the east coast where the belong. Typically, the local college collaborated with scott and listed him as a member of the faculty during his unsuccessful runs as congress. The actual time he spent in the classroom is laughable, yet he constantly peddled himself as a history teacher at hastings college. Way to whore yourself for publicity hc.

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