Jennifer Aniston Fights Back Against Bill O'Reilly's Brutal Comments — & She Nails Him GOOD!

Fri, August 13, 2010 9:00am EST by 15 Comments

Jen isn’t going to take Bill’s nasty comments lying down — calls the host the opposite of Prince Charming!

Jennifer Aniston is furious that Bill O’Reilly called her “destructive to society” after she made comments about single motherhood recently — and we can’t say we blame her. In fact, we’re downright proud of the usually placid The Switch star for firing back!

“Of course, the ideal scenario for parenting is obviously two parents of a mature age. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs on earth,” the 41-year-old actress told People magazine. “And, of course, many women dream of finding Prince Charming (with fatherly instincts), but for those who’ve not yet found their Bill O’Reilly, I’m just glad science has provided a few other options.”

Oh, snap! She got you good, Bill – and you deserve it!

Bill dissed Jen after she commented that single ladies no longer need a man to get pregnant and can use a sperm donor instead – which is the premise behind her new movie, The Switch.

“Women are realizing it more and more, knowing that they don’t have to settle with a man just to have that child,” she said. “Love is love and family is what is around you and who is in your immediate sphere.”

Bill loathed Jen’s stance, stating on his Fox news show The O’Reilly Factor last week  that she was “diminishing the role of the dad” and “destructive to society” before finishing with the kicker, “Dads bring a psychology to children that is in this society, I believe, under-emphasized,” he said. “I think men get hosed all day long in the parental arena.”

What a jerk! Good for you for standing up for yourself, Jen - we’re proud of you!

Laura Schreffler

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Dave-O

Posted at 11:31 AM on August 24, 2010  

Many of you are missing the point. I don’t think O’Reilly is blasting single parents. After all, what’s a parent supposed to do when the partner leaves or dies? What he is criticizing is those who choose to, as a matter of a selfish desire to have a baby as a fashion accessory, go out and intentionally choose to raise a child in a single parent home. A home where there is no intention of ever having two parents.

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SusyQ

Posted at 4:22 PM on August 21, 2010  

Men can choose to be single dads, just as women can choose to be single moms. Only, we don’t hear many men opting to become a single father. I wonder why?

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roesler

Posted at 10:46 AM on August 15, 2010  

Oh go smoke some more crack Jenifer….Do your entertaining and quit trying to influence the blind and the brainless.

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suzy diamond

Posted at 2:46 PM on August 14, 2010  

I like Jennifer but Bill is right! What does Jennifer know about being a single parent? Can she really point out the options for the average woman and what compare herself with her LAVISH LIFE STYLE? She can AFFORD to be a single parent but is it REALLY what you want to do for your child, deprive them of the other parent?

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Milly

Posted at 7:51 PM on August 13, 2010  

Jennifer had a good point and she’s probably basing her opinion on the experience of her friends; ie. Sheryl Crow. Plenty of children were raised by Single Moms, Single Dads, Dads who were 1/2 there, etc. To generalize and say single households produce Bad Kids is Ignorant. Frankly many children have father figures; ie. Uncles, grandfathers, etc. that fulfill a positive role in their lives!
She never tried to romanticize the subject of Single Households so Leave her Alone; an opinion is just an opinion People!

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zce

Posted at 10:48 AM on August 13, 2010  

The only thing that I have a problem with is if you haven’t been a single mother or a single father you don’t know what it’s like and you can’t give me any insight. That statement whether right or wrong to promote a movie should have been kept, what I got from it was ‘dads get back’ and it’s giving a man an option of ‘I don’t have to stick around.’Sure women are fantastic when it comes to raising children poor or rich, my parents split when I was young, but I am glad as hell I got a step-dad it surely saved me from self detruction and some children are more healthy individuals with one parent but it’s not always the best way.I not trying to criticize anyone but we know everyone wants to spin the wheel when they are promoting themselves.

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SurrealTime

Posted at 10:29 AM on August 13, 2010  

The author of this story shows her utter lack of objectivity in her last sentence. Bill states some common sense about single parent households not being the ideal environment for raising children, and Ms. Schreffler calls him a jerk. So much for the liberal open minded facade. Just the continuation of the assault on fatherhood and men in general.

This seems like a re-run of 1992 when then VP Dan Quayle criticized the tv series Murphy Brown, who was having Candice Bergen’s lead character decide to have a kid and raise it by herself. Of course liberals everywhere blasted the VP for his comments, but they were as right then as they are now. But how dare anyone have the gall to say so.

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uchy

Posted at 4:54 AM on August 13, 2010  

Jenny Rocks!!!

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lex

Posted at 1:13 AM on August 13, 2010  

Hate to say it but bill is right on this one. Jennifer should take a look at the stats of single mothers and the jobs they do raising their kids. I’m not knocking single mothers, I was a single dad for many years and know how hard it is, but kids from single mother homes are more likely to get into trouble when they get older, then the kids who grew up with a single dad…of course it gets better if both parents are around to provide a nice balance. In closing…I have to agree with some other comments about Jen…she sounds like she does suck and doesn’t seen to be very bright either.

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T

Posted at 7:15 AM on August 14, 2010  

And you personally know her to judge that she sucks and isn’t bright? If she was stupid she wouldn’t be the 3 top paid actress in the world or have everything she has. I was a single mom, because my husband left us to have other women and never bothered to help with raising his son so and I did just fine alone. You don’t need a man to have a child and I think you need to look at bright you are, not!

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louise77

Posted at 10:06 PM on August 12, 2010  

Oh please. Jennifer didn’t say this. She had professionals come up with a response. I remember when she did her Vanity Fair interview a few years ago she had to have the Friends writers come up with jokes about Brad. They were actually pathetic. One being “Billy Idol wants his hair back”.

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Suzy

Posted at 10:03 PM on August 12, 2010  

9:11, The hate inside you must be eating you alive. Bet you were raised by two parents–neither who paid any attention to you.

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Mel

Posted at 9:48 PM on August 12, 2010  

Jennifer Sucks!!!

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karen

Posted at 9:11 PM on August 12, 2010  

PLEASE..have you heard this woman speak. Do you really think she was able to articulate a reply. Watch a few of her interviews. She never puts together a complete sentence. EVER. So really this TWIT is suppose to have said this.. Watch out Aniston..Bill likes to fight. And he has a nightly show to do it from. She should have done what she does.. SAY yeah and flip her hair and do that creepy horse snorting laugh. I bet she won’t be doing anymore interviews and if she does she will hem and haw and not be able to answer anything. OR her PR guy Huvane is having her memorize what she will say if asked. The woman is a dumb TWIT.. she has never taken a stand on any issue. And with this whole thing she was just flapping her lips trying to justify why she does not have a child. Women that are secure don’t do this. They don’t need to. She does not have the guts to say she does not want children. Can’t get the mini van/Friends fans mad at you.

YEAH Jen is the model of a strong woman. A woman that never said any of this until it was time to promote her movie. Can’t wait for the next sound bite for her next rom-com..

Bonnie keep drinking the kool aid..She does not fool those of us that actually listen to this mindless TWIT.

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Jim Connah

Posted at 10:51 AM on August 20, 2010  

Jen is still pretty. I don’t look to her or BOR to tell me what is right or wrong. I would appreciate her being less political and him being more political (and not worry about whether or not she is setting a bad example or not). The movie looks weak from the trailers so I plan to skip it.

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