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want to miss it. start your day with fox and friends we'll see you tomorrow night 10:00 eastern a fox news special presentation, my hope, america with billy graham. the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> you have said america should hold you accountable, which is why today madam secretary i repeat my request for so you resign. >> no one is being held accountable for obamacare. tonight charles krauthammer and i will talk about healthcare and last night's elections. >> -- i personally think he is a great guy. i don't think he was out of hand. >> miami dolphins hazing controversy getting worse now some players are defending this kind of stuff dennis miller and i will talk about it tonight. >> you can get off my driveway, please? can you get off my property, please? >> and if you think american politicians are bad, get a
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load of the mayor of toronto, canada, accused of smoking crack and generally being out of control. >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. how obamacare is exacting american politics, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. last night in virginia terry mcauliff big fundraiser for bill clinton won won by a 5,000 votes. it wasn't supposed to be that close. it was against ken cuccinelli. according to 53% of dislike. 46% think it's fine. in new jersey the republican governor chris christie. had advice for president obama. >> don't be so cute.
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and when you make a mistake, admit it it now, listen, if it was a mistake in 2009. if he was mistaken in 2009, 2010 on his understanding, of how the law would operate, then just admit it to people. you know what? i said it, i was wrong. i'm sorry. and we're going to try to fix it and make it better. i think people would give any leader in that circumstance a lot of credit for just owning up to it instead of now trying to -- don't lawyer it. people don't like lawyers. i'm a lawyer. they don't like them. >> governor christie is on the mark. mr. obama should just admit the fiasco that is the rollout of obamacare. delay the law for a year and give the folks a break. as we have seen, that is not likely to happen. the president does not have to run again. stubborn guy and thinks obamacare is terrific. is he not likely to compromise unless there is an uprising in the country. as we saw in virginia and here in new york city, the left wing may be shaky but it's still a force. the new mayor of new york is
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bill deblazio who is almost radical left and many fear the city's improvements under republican mayors like rudy giuliani will collapse. that might not be fair but, believe me, there is grave concern in the police and business communities. but not on the part of the voters in new york city. the deblazio got 73% of the tally last night. so we are living in a confused time. most americans don't like obamacare but not enough to really bother the white house. it's clear they will try to tough out the whole thing despite embarrassing hearings like the one held today. >> the only thing i can conclude is that it's impossible to do something in this administration that gets you fired. it's impossible. you can lie to the american people, you can consistently misrepresent the facts, but it's impossible to get fired. >> those remarks by the senator directed to health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. of course, she should resign but she will not.
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summing up obamacare is having some impact on politics but not enough for the president to make any changes. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction, joining us from reaction, fox news analyst charles krauthammer. so virginia now a liberal state, charles? >> it remains a purple state. it's up for grabs. the last time we enacted this play four years ago a republican won. i think the republicans had a weaker but obamacare was a very key issue. this is going to be the one lesson the democrats are going to take out of last night's elections and what you said is true. the white house, the president is not going to change. that's because he is not running again. so he will stay there. he will hang in there. he will pretend it's all going well. he will do all the surges or whatever. what you have to keep your eye on is the uprising.
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it doesn't have the to be the uprising in the country. uprising among the democrats who have to run next year. 11 democrats in the senate who have signed on to a postponement, there is going to be an uprising if this continues and then obama is going to be at the crossroads. >> it will be interesting to see how that will be handled because we have ed henry coming up behind you by the way. is he going to tell us about the meeting today with some the democratic senators who have to run again apparently they are furious and cammeron and rosen are going to report after henry comes on. some kind of compromise. harry reid is blocking all of that my question to you is you know this better than i do is harry reid just attached to president obama at the hip, is he just going to take his orders and let these senators go down if the president doesn't want a compromise or does he have some kind of independence?
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>> harry doesn't run next year so he doesn't have quite the urgency. i don't think he thinks he is going to lose his majority and he will probably want to stick with it look, after all, people remember harry reid, top of the list among liberal historians. that's his legacy as well. i think he is pretty stubborn. obama, who, again, who is not running again is going to stay with us because this is the first entry in the line on his obituary in history obamacare. if it's a failure that's how it will lead. you heard christie say look. >> then the senators will break away. then the democrats will break away. that's happened before. you can do it in the second term. in the first, it's really hard because you are going to get punished. you might need the president. president is going to be a lame duck next year anyway after the election. if it gets really bad as i think it likely then you will have the uprising that you are talking about. and it's going to be
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localized, u.s. senate, u.s. house, democratic caucus. >> all right. now, you say as it likely will. so this is speculation, but, you know, once in a while you hit it, krauthammer, once in a while. so we will take a gamble. how is it going to get worse? >> two ways. well, i will put it in this way. for obamacare to work, two things have to happen. number one, they have to fix the web site by the end of the month, because, if it doesn't happen, there is going to be a calamity. there is going to be -- there is going to be calls for a one year delay or longer. and i'm not sure how likely it is. that is not easy to do. >> they have only got 17 days. you have got thanksgiving and all of that. >> right. >> got about 17 days to fix the damn thing. >> it's the entire architecture that's wrong. that's unlikely. there is a second unlikely hood here. that is this idea about the cancellation of the policies. people are waking up all over america in the hundreds of thousands, losing the
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policy they liked, the one the president had promised them. how you get out of that, i'm not even sure there is a way. is there going to be, you know, in some states they may extend the deadline, but that isn't a solution. have you people with cancer, other diseases like their doctor. their lives hinge on staying with the team that is in charge of them. they are going to lose that they are going to have a hiked premium and they are going to have a higher deductible. these people are speaking out. you can see them in the mainstream interviews. it isn't only here on fox news although we predicted this months before. but, that -- i don't even know how they undo that. it could be at a postponement. it could be a sen sell legs. unless those two things are fix it's going to go down hill rapidly. >> something happening in the media last night as i said in the talking points people mow. those media people on television who are apologizing for president obama and obamacare, their ratings are falling at an
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astounding rate. nobody's buying the apology and the bs and the spin anymore. >> it's not only their ratings. it's their reputation. >> well, they never had a reputation. you know who i am talking about. >> some of them started out with one. but then they got, you know, a lot of thrills up a lot of legs. it's been a lot of problem ever since. >> charles krauthammer everybody. and the doctor's new book "things that matter, three decades of passions, past times and politics" will debut on the "new york times" list at number 4. wow, congrats, charles. rough treatment the secretary sebelius got today. miller on a very disturbing muslim conference and his muslim conference and his take on the miami welcome to the gallery.
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in the impact segment tonight as we told you in the talking points it was not an easy day for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. >> your main goal should have been to protect americans to lessen their risk and to ensure their safety. but, in your zeal to implement this law, not warnings, not advice, not counsel would deter from you implementing the exchanges. you have said america should hold you accountable which is why today, madam secretary, i repeat my request for you to resign. >> joining us now from washington kate obenshain a republican, and kirsten powers democrat and fox news analyst. so, the republicans are being too mean to ms. sebelius, kirsten? >> no, i don't think so. i don't think she should resign merely because they are in the middle of a crisis and i don't think it would help them to have her step away, but certainly the idea that she has done a bad job and she should be held accountable for it i don't think there is a lot to disagree about on that topic. look, the web site was a
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debacle, the rollout of the web site was a debacle and you have all of these people told they are going to be able to keep their plans who can't keep their plans. this is a very bad situation. >> here is where you lose me. you know i'm a logical and simple man, all right? >> so you say. >> logical and simple. you lose me. you say, hey, you know, it's screwed up. the web site is screwed up. stuff they told us is screwed up. nothing really matches. all right? so who is in charge? sebelius. so -- but she shouldn't resign. so we should continue to pay her close to $200,000 a year salary? this isn't making any sense. >> no, from a practical standpoint it makes sense that you don't in the middle of a crisis get rid of the person who is basically trying to fix the crisis. >> if things are falling apart, look, in japan, kate, the secretary might have to commit suicide. >> oh my gosh. >> that's what they do in japan get the big sword. oh, that's what happens over there maybe not now but it
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used to. but,. >> thank heavens. >> powers says hey, she shouldn't even resign. >> no. i disagree with kirsten. i think when there is blatant incompetence which we see from the secretary sebelius right now, she has to step aside. that's one of the things that's wrong with government that there is no accountability. in the private sector she would have been fired and somebody very competent would have been brought in to replace her. there is this notion there is only one person who could too it. lots of people out there pick up midstream and actually turn this around, possibly. i don't think the whole thing could be turned around. there is somebody who could come in and there show some competence and handle the different vendors and bring people together. she can't do it there is no question. >> pat roberts the senator from kansas knows sebelius because she used to be the governor of kansas and he doesn't like her at all, obviously. he threw her under 18 buses not just one. there is a whole line of buses going over here. but, what i don't understand and maybe you can explain it to me kirsten is that if you have three and a half years
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and a billion dollars with b to roll this out, to roll it out, three and a half years and a billion, you give me three and a half years and a billion, i will win the super bowl. all right? i will get a team together and we will win the super bowl. and they couldn't even get a web site up so you could call in and get information. and you are telling me that she should just still. >> but i'm not saying that she did a great job. >> i know you are not. you are saying she should stay. >> look, if her resigning would solve something, then she should resign. >> it would. it would send a message to the other people would you having up you are going it lose your job. >> i really don't think that's going to change the dynamics what's going on that much. >> don't you think the government should have accountability like every other person does in america? what's sebelius' accountability. >> once they get through this crisis she is going to resign. i don't know why it's so important to you that she has to resign. >> it's not important to me vis-a-vis kathleen sebelius who i don't respect because
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we have had problems with her over other issues. but that's not the deal. the deal is that you hold people accountability to send a message to other people. this is taxpayer money. we are paying this money for a job she is not doing. >> i'm not sure that she is not going to be held accountable. more of a timing issue. when you need her in front of congress and need her answering these questions, does it make sense for her to be stepping down? >> you know, if i'm in charge, she is in honduras right now on vacation. >> the other point is she has been disingenuous. >> nobody cares about her. they care about -- they care about efficiency and being -- >> -- i think they should care about whether she lied about whether the web site was ready and safe and secure and whether the program was ready. >> she does what she is told to do. >> i completely agree with you, bill, i think accountability should be at the top. >> your brother, mark, right -- >> -- yeah. >> did he win the attorney generalship in virginia? >> he is up by 1100 votes. he is -- you know the
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democrats are really good at this sort of thing as you remember al franken because there is going to be a recount now so they are getting the lawyers in and they are working on the recount. >> but he is ahead now. >> he is ahead. he ran a positive issue oriented campaign he focused on women which republicans should take a note of across the nation and fought back on the war on women mantra that the democrats love to throw at him. i think he is going to he would who the lead. >> are you implying that franken stole that election. >> i would never suggest such a thing on national television. >> i will. i absolutely believe that he did. ed henry on the inside white house story. is there panic in the air over obamacare? that rhymes. and then miller on some muslim craziness, big nfl scandal and a very special birthday.
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is president obama feeling the heat. mocked jonathan karl. >> these memos say that at the end of the day we are all stuck in the same could couy because they all have to go through the same portal. >> john, i get it but the person who calls isn't the one who continues to wait after the paper application was filled, right? >> your mocking is entertaining but the president said you could apply within 25 minutes. that was not true. >> the work that you do -- i think everybody else is looking quizzically. >> i didn't understand that but perhaps ed henry did. he joins us from the white house. is there panic inside the white house? is there real concern that this whole administration may go over the cliff? >> panic might be a slight exaggeration but i only say slight because i think it's reaching a critical state for this president and just in the last few moments we have picked up this new reporting about how today the white house, you know,
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brought in 15 democratic senators who were up for re-election in 2014, the key being they are the ones who are going to have to defend obamacare. they are very nervous they are going to lose their seats over this and the president had to come in with the vice president jeffrey zions, web guru dealing with healthcare.gov. i'm told there was spicy back and forth folks pressing the president on why the web site wasn't ready and to give you a quick idea, one democrat mark beggats a democrat not a republican attack the president. a crisis in confidence in this administration in terms of rolling out healthcare. again, this is a supporter. these dradz are saying they want the law to work. they do not want to repeal the law. they want to figure out how it make it work. they think right now that the administration is just completely botched it. >> all right, now, this meeting wasn't on the president's schedule because we get that schedule they
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possibly couldn't think they would have a meeting with 15 senators and nobody know about it. >> >> because i don't think they wanted to tip anybody off getting pictures of senators coming and going. after the meeting the democratic senators were blistering a lot of democrats saying and even you dal the president needs to do a safeguard privacy. that's the next big thing. democrats saying people are putting social security numbers in there. is it safe? is it secure? >> nobody knows. >> the bottom line is these are the guys up for election. the president doesn't face the voters again. and just last night you had had terry mcinclusive who had a big double digit lead in virginia all of a sudden
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only won by a slim margin. >> we talked with krauthammer about that and certainly it's impacting. but, i want to know about president obama himself. i was surprised that he went out this week and kind of tried to explain how he mislead the country in this way that he just got more criticism for everybody is calling him a liar and he goes out and won't admit any wrongdoing at all. i haven't heard the president admit anything well it's screwed up but we will fix it. >> i have talked to several senior democrats who have been in a meeting with the president. they tell me they don't think the president lied. they think he probably should have been clearer about who was going to get kicked off the plan and not. but they say look, forget about the past. moving forward, you are right. they can't believe that he just just in their words rip the band-aid off and say we weren't clear enough here moving forward is what is going to happen. >> why did he do that? is it his personality? is he stubborn? >> the sense i'm getting from democrats on the hill is that the white house is
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nervous that if they give on any of this and say okay, we didn't tell you the entire truth or okay we didn't explain the whole thing that gives republicans more fodder to overhall and repeal the whole law and they are nervous because you now have over a dozen senate democrats saying they want to change the law. that's new, that's different. it's not just republicans anymore. it's democrats, too. >> all right, ed we appreciate it as always. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. think the politicians in the u.s.a. are bad? take a look at this guy. the mayor of toronto, canada smokes crack and may be cracking up. and then miller, on a very disturbing muslim situation there are seniors who have left hundreds of dollars of savings on the table by not choosing the right medicare d plan. no one could have left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors whoompare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs pacist, call, or go to cvs.com/compare
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>> washington beat segment tonight, it's all about obamacare right now. joining us from the nation's capitol ace reporters james rosen and carl cameron. we hear about some bills. mark row rubio manchin much to delay obamacare what's the inside story on that. >> there is a bunch of them. they do different things. marco rubio of florida his would essentially delay obamacare for a full year. joe manchin the democrat from west virginia would delay the penalty for the individual mandate so if you don't sign up you don't have to pay that fine. there is a democrat from louisiana mary landrieu who wants to put together a bill that would make sure if you like your insurance you you can keep it a democrat who is upset that the president's pledge to do that hasn't exactly come to fruition. jeanne shaheen liberal democrat from new hampshire who wants to postpone the
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enrollment deadline. all these things and there are variations of them are going to see some serious obstacles getting to the floor and the senate because harry reid the democrat isn't really committing to it. the president doesn't want to see any delays. they want to see this f. they can push this thing to the march 231st deadline. it's a bit of a dead lock which means the democrats have to go home waiving these bills or proposals that they hope to some day be bills and tell their constituents though h. who are upset with obamacare they are trying ting make a difference even though the democratic leadership has no doing so. >> roll the tape. >> will you give mary landrieu a vote on her legislation that would force insurer who have cancelled their policy to reinstate their policy. >> well, we have to see where, you know, there are hundreds of bills introduced every week and we have to sort through those that have opportunity to be voted on. >> all right, so that's a no. >> bill, that is a perfect invitation for any senator
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to say well, i only have one other recourse, i feel strongly about this issue. i will therefore execute my senatorial right to shut down the senate with a filibuster and fight for my principles and make sure nothing else happens until these changes get fixed. republicans do that. don't count on democrats doing it. >> is it a crisis, cammeron. is it a crisis now in the democratic precincts? do they feel that the whole thing is beyond salvation, at least in the short-term? >> well, for all the democrats who are up for re-election, the term sort of ends on election day 2014. and what they are seeing already is barrages of attack ads coming from independent super pacs and opponents in the case of mark prior in arkansas. buchanan has been hammering him for quite some time. in each cases there are marvelous old sound bites if you like your insurance you can keep it like the president said and now they are being slammed. >> now they are hanging around their neck. rosen, from your perspective, is there anything going to happen?
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you know, look, we can complain and we do all day long that this thing isn't ready for prime time. the americans are getting hurt. but, the folks now i think got it. most people don't like the law and they believe that president obama either lied or mislead them, depending on their point of view. anything going to happen in your opinion, rosen? >> no one needs fox news to attach the label of crisis to the obamacare rollout. senator barbara mccull ski of maryland, one of the most liberal democrats in the senate this week said that the rollout has produced a crisis of confidence. and i have spoken to a number of influential democratic strategists on the hill who tell me that the anxiety level amongst democrats is rising rapidly because of the way this is unfolding. they are watching jay cancery's white house briefings which are becoming increasingly painful exercises for all concerned. and they are seeing that they're not getting the information they need to go out and fight on behalf of
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president obama. one democratic strategist told me that he chalks it it up to the insulatory of the president, bunker like mentality over there some are wondering if the second term staff of the president is up to the task like the first term was. they even told me for example earlier this week we saw the president at a dinner of supporters here in washington amend his famous pledge. he said we didn't just say i'm paraphrasing him but faithfully, bill. we didn't just if you like your plan you can keep it if it doesn't get changed after the law becomes the law. the democrats were given no hezbollah up that the president was going to tweet his pledge that way. they received no guidance from the white house. >> isn't it true though, rosen, that the obama white house for five years and today is the fifth -- you know his fifth year. we have three more to go. they never reached out to anybody though. he doesn't govern that way.
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basically it's this is what we are going to do. you democrats say fine and republicans oppose. pass with not one republican vote. not one. >> to the agencies, the state department feels the same way. things get decided in the white house and then rolled out. usually with some guidance of some kind. and so one the key things to look for here is senator reid, as you just showed that clip, if and when he becomes more susceptible to bringing something to the floor, that's going to show that there was real up rest in the democratic caucus can. and also there is a reapprehension. >> i only have 10 seconds. what are the odds of reid ever bringing any kind of delay zero, right sphrnchts right now less than 50, 50. bug thing is going to happen. >> way less than 50/50. >> when they release these enrollment numbers for the first time and, again, democrats are saying we don't have -- you are not briefing us in advance. how are we going to defend this. >> all right, gentlemen, we appreciate it it when we come right back, it it will be miller time. the d man turning 60 years old this week. is he in full panic mode.
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the miller time segment tonight. we begin with a strange story outside of oslo, norway, a conference sponsored by islamic organization was supposed to highlight, highlight moderate muslims. take a look at what
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happened. >> how many of you agree that the punishment described in the koran and the -- whether it is death, whether it is stoning for adultery, whatever it is, if it is from a law and miss messenger that is the best punishment ever possible for human kind? and that is what we should apply in the world? who agrees with that? just to be clear there are supposed to be moderate muslims and they all agree that you should kill people who commit adultery. joining us now from santa barbara, the sage of southern california dennis miller. if that were the law of the world a lot of people in california would be in big trouble and france as well. >> one second, billy. got an incoming news story, recon mark obenshain lost by 4 million votes.
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sebelius, time to go back to being batman's butler, baby, you are going to wear yourself brunette if you stay in there. let's see, i'm just glad you asked me to speak about something like systemic problems in islam. i thought you were going to ask me do something dangerous like speak out against obamacare. if i was these guys, i would stay in norway, right? because that's the high minors, man. you go over to akaba or whatever they are playing major league ball these kids are pikers. you get the feeling there they show you a true glimpse my man with a marvin gay hat they let you know this is what happened. this is why they don't get miked up inside the mosque. >> the muslim world is benign and it's just a crazy people jihadists and then you look at these people and they look kind of normal and then they want to stone people to death for committing. >> you saw the time delay
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there, billy, between the time he asked the question and they put their hands up it was like four centuries behind in lag time. you know, i don't know what to say. to me, it looks like a tony robin thing with beards and grudges. i think there is a little more there than they would let on as far as treating women in an odd way. i don't like how they screwed up cat stephens. time to get it together over there. pull it together. >> absolutely is time for the secular muslims to kind of. >> yeah. there is the margaret muslims and groucho muslims and margaret dumon muslims are out of hand. they have to tell the grach choo muslims that they're incordable. get it together. come on guys. >> as miller is one of the big experts on national football league because he was monday night football guy for a couple of years, this is a disturbing story down in miami. how do you see it? >> i didn't believe you are disturbed by it it really? >> i am. because when you saw that
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tape of the guy in the pool room with -- ranting and raving, this looks like roid rage to me. this isn't funny. he might be drunk. but this looks like if you got in this guy's way he would hurt you. we saw aaron hernandez in new england. he is on trial for murder. this guy has been thrown off three football teams for conduct unbecoming. and now there is a tape where he calls his teammate, allegedly and threatens him using all kinds of racial inventriclives. so of course i'm talking it seriously miller. >> i didn't say take it seriously. i don't think you are really upset about it it billy, you saw the question we just read. we have like over a trillion people, a billion people who think we are satan. richie incognito is marge schott with 550-pound bench press. he is a moron. who cares about richie incognito? >> it's a big industry, miller. >> we disagree. this is just a crazy kid all
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whacked out. we have got a rap overlay in the culture now where there are crazy white kids who think they can co-op the "n" word. they do it get smacked down everybody realizes you can't do. that will do i think is he a nutter? yeah? do i think it's the end of the world, no. all i know everybody who covers football concussions coaches working too hard or hazing. the cat who works for grant land.com bill barnwell still writes about football. can can we pay attention to the football? for god's sake this is manna from heaven from you put incognito in the gallies. >> i don't want any ill to come to the guy. >> me neither. what are you worried about? it's just a big crazy kid who flips on his teammate. i don't mean we are going to kill. >> i'm inviting the guy to your 60th birthday party which is going to be on saturday. richie incognito is jumping out of the cake. how about that? if he can fit in the cake if there is cake big enough in
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the world i'm going to have him there. >> watch football for football and i still like to do jokes about things. listen, i feel great at age 60 but this country is shot. everybody worries about everything for god's sake. i feel good. now that i'm an elder i went in the other day to get a medical procedure approved even my death panel had a cake for me. now, listen, they didn't have any candles on it, maybe they were sending me a subtle hint but life is good. i go out with you on the bolder fatter. >> fresher. >> tour and then occasionally on the off days i do jim gay day with richie incognito. my life is flush. >> 60 years old, dennis miller. how frightening is that? >> don't worry too much about richie incognito. keep your eye on islam. radical islam that's the thing. incognito. >> stone him to death. he would be dead if he was over there in abdaby. >> if yich incognito converted to islam tomorrow they would have to leave him alone. >> that's true couldn't
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back of the book segment tonight did you see that no question there are nutty politicians in the u.s.a. canada's rod ford may top anything we have. >> you can get off my property, please? can you get off my driveway please? can you get off my driveway? can you get off my property, please? get off my property! >> i'm leaving. >> he should be playing for
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the maple leaves. the reason the reporters were bothering ford is that he apparently smoked crack and is generally out of control. >> yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> when, sir? >> crack cocaine. >> when, sir? >> am i an addict? no. have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors about a year ago. i have made mistakes in the past. all i can do is apologize. it is what it is. i can't change the past. >> nice to know your mayor is having drunken stupors. here to explain more martha mccallum. can he survive? toronto is a big city. >> you bring up the maple leafs. the mayor got kicked out of a maple leafs game. >> for what? >> you expect everyone to say, hey, mr. mayor. he was in a drunken stupor. >> in the arena? >> yes. it is expected behavior on his part. accused of groping women, being home phobic. >> he should be mayor of san
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diego. doesn't he look like richie incognito? >> yes. and the guy behind him is his brother. >> does he do that stuff, too? >> rob thinks maybe -- doug thinks rob needs to get it a little bit under control. when you're drinking, do it at home. not out in public. the toronto folks are embarrassed. >> really? why don't they do a recall. >> they want him to walk away. they can't throw him out of office under ontario law. >> they don't have a recall process. >> no. he as to be convicted or if he doesn't show up for work for a prolonged period of time. >> drunken stupor. >> like marion barry. he got time. >> this story caught my eye. in pittsburgh there is a guy who
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thought he was a dog. >> something happened. when i saw this movie with this dad who turned into a big sheep dog and he has to fight to get back to be human, i don't know. something happened. i became really connected with that the idea. >> do you know what i think? that's the mayor of toronto. he just put on a suit. >> this guy, margary matthews i 48. why are we doing this story? he's part of a larger group. >> he's part of a larger group? >> there are people. the rest of us put on human clothes and go to work. there are people who think they are animals. a lot of them are techies. he's a classic profile of a furry. look at him. he's a furry. they have conventions. they all get dressed up in animal suits with alter egos. this is their social life. you go to work every day at fox news, think you understand what's going on in the world.
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when i saw this i said, how did i go through life not knowing there was a furry convention. >> don't bring fox news into it anymore. this guy eats dog food. >> once in a while when he feels like it. he wears a collar and ears regularly. >> he should go to greenwich village in new york. >> no problem there. no problem. >> anyway i think this is a joke. i think the guy wants attention. knows he'll get on the factor if he dresses like a dog. >> he's a serious furry. >> you and hammer should interview him tomorrow. >> you have him on first. >> i'm afraid of him. i don't want him on. martha mccallum uh, factor tip of the day. an american severely wounded in iraq comes i love to eat. i love hanging out with my friends. i have a great fit with my dentures. i love kiwis. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free -- it creates a seal of the dentures in my mouth.
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factor tip of the day. a story about a wounded veteran in a moment. first, jeff from detroit. i'm bothered that so few of the
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politicians read the health care law the before voting on it. i respect the work you do and read your books. the did you read the law? i did not. we have researchers who did and they answer my questions while i prepare for the broadcast. i could have read it but i would have to leave the country afterward. michael from kansas. i am tired of liberals like alan katie holmes saying it's too much work for americans to pick up a state-issued i.d. in a republic with rights come responsibilities. right on oh. mike from manitoba, canada. nobody talks about voter suppression here. georgia from mexico. people down here are poorer than americans. they manage to go to an office to apply for and pick up a voter i.d. tracy from oregon. tiki basher says the n-word is
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used in the locker room and brushes it aside as a nonissue. didn't paula deen get punished p for the same thing? she did. i'm shocked. rough players might be rough people. let the players set their own rules. ayman manda from california. i was disappointed bill o'reilly didn't attend the premiere of "the kennedys" in los angeles. >> i was at the one in new york. everyone can see the monday sunday evening, national geographic channel 8:00 eastern time. john from maryland. just finished "killing jesus." i did not like it. you left things out that are in the bible. joe from guam, "killing jesus" cemented my belief as a christian. i read the book twice. hamburg, pennsylvania. killing jesus was wonderfully
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written. i had to stop reading at time to control my emotions. the book was almost overwhelming. there is intense debate over "killing jesus." tomorrow on bill o'reilly.com 7:00 eastern time we'll have a town meeting on the book. and we'll the take your questions live. everyone is invited. we'll go for 45 minutes. then we'll watch the factor at 8:00. nick from anaheim. thanks for the tip about being positive. i received good service at pep boys and wrote a note to their headquarters. the next day i got a note thanking me. so few folks go on the record about good stuff, we are all complaining but when somebody does something good we should compliment them. way to go. finally, factor viewers donated more than $10 million to buy high tech wheelchairs for veterans wounded in iraq and afghanistan. one of them is 29-year-old army sergeant nicholas colder car who lost both legs in iraq. spent two and a half years
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recovering at walter reed hospital. nick is now married and received his track chair today. he posted this on facebook yesterday. after two years of trying to get the v.a. to get me an outdoor wheelchair i requested one through a group called the independence fund. bill o'reilly raised money to get the track chair for disabled vets. i skeptcally applied as the v.a. was doing nothing. i'm happy i get my chair tomorrow -- that's today. thank you mr. o'reilly and the independence fund for all of the outdoor shenanigans to come. he can go fishing, go to the beach, all that. we applaud your courage. find out more on the independence fund.org. factor tip of the day. that's it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor website. spout off about the factor. o'reilly@fox news.com. name and town if you wish to the
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opine. do not be verecund. again, thanks for watching tonight. ms. megyn is next. i'm bill o'reilly. please always remember the spin stops here because we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight a troubling milestone. the number the of americans being kicked off their health care plans has now topped at least 4 million. 4 million people nationwide. as the president addresses the health care controversy again, just a short time ago tonight. welcome, everyone, to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. we'll get to the president in a minute. we got word a while ago from the colorado department of insurance a quarter million people have been kicked off of their plans in that state. despite the president's repeated promises that they could keep their insurance and their doctors under obama care. that brings our totals now to more than 4.2 million americans losing coverage in recent days.

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