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Bill O'Reilly slams Jennifer Aniston for no-daddy-needed remarks [poll]

Jena-nd-bill There are subtler ways to tell us you're Team Jolie, Bill O'Reilly.

The cable-news talking head has lashed out at Jennifer Aniston for remarks the actress made about women parenting without fathers.

Aniston said in a recent interview in support of her new artificial insemination comedy "The Switch" that the rules have changed for modern women when it comes to family.

"Women are realizing more and more that you don't have to settle, they don't have to fiddle with a man to have that child," Aniston said.

"They are realizing if it's that time in their life and they want this part, they can do it with or without that."

O'Reilly, if you hadn't guessed, begged to differ.

"She's throwing a message out to 12-year-olds and 13-year-olds that hey, you don't need a guy, you don't need a dad. That's destructive to our society," O'Reilly said on his Fox News program.

Our Jen? Tribute-to-Barbra Streisand Jen? Wrecking society? We'll leave this one up to you, dear readers. Vote in our poll, and tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.

-- Matt Donnelly

Photos: Jennifer Aniston, left, and Bill O'Reilly. Credits: Frantzesco Kangaris / AFP / Getty Images, left; Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times, right.

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Murphy Brown (Candice Bergen) and VP Danforth Quayle: Same plot with different players.

Except Candace Bergen was a better actress, and didn't need a scheming PR agent like Stephen Huvane calling up wingnut Bill O'Really, and politely asking for free publicity for yet another crap rom com of Aniston's. If you think O'Reilly was paying attention to Aniston's banal vague comments re single motherhood, that have been made millions of times before over the last 25 years, most recently by Jen Lopez who had the same KIND of movie out last year - your gullible as all get. This was free press for a dumb movie. It was no feminist stance - this movie is abhorrent, and doesn't present a strong woman - she turkey basters herself and gets DUPED and violated by a man (yet the yuk-yuks ensure...NOT).

Jennifer didnt say anything wrong at all...just said its possible.
As it is possible for a man to also have a child by himself and as well 2 women may and 2 men may raise a child together. Get with the times B.O and quit trying to be so controversial in your boring little old man life.

I totally agree with O'Reilly on this one. It is destructive to our society to glorify not needing a father.

That's not what she said. That's how he interpreted her comment. She us saying, as anyone with any sense should be able to ascertain, that a woman no longer has to be in a relationship with man to have a child if a relationship is unavailable for whatever reason. She did not dismiss the role of fathers and she didn't tell any 13 year olds anything they could not Lear by googling or simply watching cable TV.

I agree with Bill. I used to like her but she has declined morally since her divorce from Brad Pitt. She is anti-family. He dumped her because he wanted a family and she refused to have his child. Apparently she is still bitter. Boo Jen! :-( Every child needs and deserves a Mother AND a Father!

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