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Future historians be on notice: A sense of humor will be required to document this era.

Christy writes: "On the 'deadliest day of violence in Baghdad since the U.S. invasion more than two years ago,' Bill O’Reilly sat down with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to examine the real issues in Iraq: It’s all about the lattes [VIDEO]."

O’Reilly: The truth of the matter is our correspondents at Fox News can’t go out for a cup of coffee in Baghdad.

Rice: Bill, that’s tough. It’s tough. But what — would they wanted to have gone out for a cup of coffee when Saddam Hussein was in power?

O'Reilly then broke into a dapper rendition of Dear Old Swanee and Rice sang backup. (Think Progress)

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