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>> bill: mitt romney channeling ronald reagan in defining president obama as against individual freedom. will the governor's strategy work? dick morris has some thoughts. >> i had the advantage or disadvantage of watching mitt romney and newt gingrich at the same time on side o. by-side screen. it's my job. somebody has to do it. >> nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell again denigrating the republic party. what's going on? we will have a report. >> shake t off. let's roll. >> dennis miller on the u.n. investigating the u.s.a. and who should be romney's v.p.? also tonight, jesse watters goes to a green convention. >> bamboo. >> bamboo? >> um. >>um the home is made of bamboo. >> bamboo. >> a special watters world up ahead. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now.
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>> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. mitt romney gained some momentum. that the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the governor had a good night winning all the primaries. tell the country just why president obama is misguided? >> government is at the center of his vision. it dispenses the benefits, borrow what is it can't take, consumes a greater and greater share of the economy. you know, with obama care fully installed, government would have control of almost half of the economy. and we would have effectively seed to be a free enterprise society. this president is putting us on a path where our lives will be ruled by bureaucrats and boards, commissions and czars. he is asking us to accept that washington knows best and to provide all. >> bill: that will be the theme of romney's campaign throughout the rest of the year. that mr. obama is a far left guy who wants to constrain individual freedom.
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for his part the president knows is he going to be defined as a militant progressive. it doesn't seem to bother him. his theme this week is that college loans should be kept at 3.4%. >> michelle and i, we financed basically our entire college and law school educations with loans and debt and for the first 10 years of our marriage we were paying stuff off when he we were supposed to be saving for maliyah and sasha. >> okayed the low college interest rate but allowed it to laps in 2012. so the president is running around college campuses saying he wants to keep the rate low. fine. at this point nobody is objecting. there is no issue. the rate is going to be kept down. 3.4%. but mr. obama uses any and all opportunity it tell americans that he is there for us. that his administration will provide. therefore it is a race between
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a self-reliance guy romney and a provider obama. talking points has said this before. mitt romney will model his campaign on the 1980 ronald reagan run. at that time jimmy carter was the progressive guy and the economy was in big trouble. governor reagan carter far left asked the question are you better off than you were four years ago. guess what romney asked last night? >> four years ago barack obama dazzled us in front of greek columns with sweeping promises of hope and change. but after we came down to earth, after all the celebration and the parades, what do we have to show for three and a half years of president obama? >> bill: so there you have it. romney running as reagan. obama running as obama. and the american people forced to decide whether they want unfettered capitalism or a federal provider that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. how did ronald reagan defeat
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jimmy carter in 1980, six months before that election a gallup poll showed carter leading reagan 41% to 34%. joining us now from washington dick morris the author of the upcoming book screwed, how foreign countries are ripping america off and plundering our economy and leaders helped him do it. the book comes out may 8th. we will tell you a little more about it after the segment. all right. ronald reagan was well behind jimmy carter at this point in 1980. how did he overcome? >> well, he overcame because the carter administration was floundering every day over the iran hostage crisis. and he looked weaker and weaker. his presidency became a single issue presidency. just focusing on iran. and he just looked incredibly inept. there were huge gas lines and stuff. high interest rates, high unemployment.
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high inflation. but i think there are very important differences between the carter campaign and the obama campaign. even as you are correct. that romney and reagan will run similar races. but the incumbents are very different. i think barack obama has essentially given up trying to persuade the majority of american people to reelect him as president. i think instead is he trying to persuade a minority to turn out disproportionately and reelect him president. everything is he doing, is aimed at a special interest constituency where he wants to hype the turnout. this week as you suggested, it's students. the trayvon martin thing. talking about the texas voter i.d. law aimed at latinos. every week it's another part of his constituency. and is he using the politics of division and envy and animosity to try to raise that
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turnout level. carter never did that he never had a core constituency of that sort. >> bill: but there were similarities in the sense that carter was running, as you said, an economy that was just terrible. inflation off the chart, unemployment high. and then he looked bad with iran. he still led reagan. he still well ahead of reagan. but reagan basically got him in the debates. i think that's what happened. that reagan came across as much more confident. much more credible in the debates than carter and that's what turned it for him. >> certainly the debase -- debates helped. all of this, bill is, based on a fundamental misreading of what the situation was back then and what it is now. people are not reading these polls accurately. they are saying that right now it's very close and in most polls obama is somewhat ahead.
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totally untrue. obama is way behind. >> bill: let's -- fox news just put out a poll today and it says if the election were held today, how would you vote for? mitt romney 46%. barack obama 46%. but you say even though that's a statistical tie in the fox news poll, it is a -- it doesn't mean anything because the president is well behind. >> well, t means there are two defects in it. first of all and i hate to criticize fox news. >> bill: no, no, no. polling is polling. go ahead. >> it's surveying registered voters not likely voters. >> bill: correct. >> four out oof ten people that answer that phone are not voters. so we're not going to have -- >> bill: they might not show up for romney either. >> no. but rasmussen polls likely voters and he has obama behind 48% to 43%. that's more like it. the second thing is as i mentioned last week, i went back to 1964 and looked at
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every race where an incumbent president was seeking re-election. and in seven out of the eight cases, bush in 2004 was the only exception, the president lost all of the undecided vote. so even if it is 46% to 46%. it's really 54%, 46%. >> bill: the thing that struck me in the fox news poll released today is the independent voters. this is 46%, 33%. >> 46% 33% in favor of romney among the independents. that's up six points since march for the governor. and obama is down 7 points among independents since march. >> that's true. >> bill: why is the president losing independent support? >> the president is running an absolutely stupid campaign. his campaign is based on the assumption of not appealing to the middle, not even regarding the middle. he is just going after the left. is he trying to recreate the coalition that elected him in 2008. he is trying to recreate that environment.
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but instead of using hope and change and up lift, is he using envy and fear and dislike and distrust. and the course of it, he looks horrible. his personal approval ratings are dropping. he looks non-presidential. and he is alienating the swing voters massively. whoever thought up this strategy is an absolute idiot. >> bill: all right. but they must have internal polling that shows the only way they are going to prevail because of the bad economy and because of the gas prices is to mobilize the left and to try to get in the minority vote. they must have internal polling that shows that. >> that's what stephanopoulos and panetta said that we needed to do for bill clinton. i said nonsense. move to the center. go after the independent vote. sign welfare reform. balance the budget. cut the capital gains tax. gains on the streets. we became very acceptable to independents and we won overwhelmingly as a result of doing that obama could have
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done the exact same thing. >> bill: i don't know if he could have because the economy is so bad. clinton didn't have that bad of economy. he could move to the right whereas obama, i don't know if he moves to the right, i can't see it all right. look, dick morris has got this brand new book that comes out may 8th as we said. go to dick and get some signed copies. all right, morris, happy? thanks. good news about illegal immigration. all the tough measures may be paying off. and later, a gruesome two some jesse waters goes to a green conference and gets thrown out. dennis miller on whom romney should pick as his
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>> bill: impact segment tonight, according to a new study from the pew research center my grants from mexico are self-deporting at the same rate they are coming in here. could be a number of reasons, border fence, national guard on the border. tough state measures like the arizona law and the bad economy are all making it more difficult for aliens both legal and illegal to gain entry and prosper into this country. joining us now from washington with some perspective sarah carter a reporter for "the washington examiner" who does a lot of border reporting. first of all, you know, i want to say that this is good news in a sense that we want a controlled border, we want to have immigration that's legal and fair to everyone. and it looks like this is happening or is it an
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illusion? >> you know, it's a little bit of both. i think what we're seeing right now is we have suffered a very bad economy, a very bad economic situation. and, you know, i spent my day talking to folks, even some illegal immigrants here in the state who are working who say they absolutely cannot find enough work, you know, with housing and contracting and a lot of their friends have gone back mainly because of that a bad economy. what we want to think about here is this. if they are going back because of a bad economy. what happens when the economy starts to pick up again? >> bill: they will come back wherever the money is people are going to governmental exactly. >> bill: i would like to see a tud study, look, border apprehensions are down 70%. 70% since 2005. >> yeah. >> bill: that's a big, big number. all right? so -- >> -- bill. >> bill: go ahead. >> what i was going to say, bill, let me tell you today i was speaking to some folks in the department of homeland
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security people ha work along the border. those numbers are misleading. those apprehensions are down doesn't mean they aren't getting them. >> bill: the border fence much more extensive than it was in 2005. i can't imagine what that all of this manpower and hardware down there and they are not getting them? >> it helps. >> bill: that would mean that the border patrol would be the most inefficient force on earth if that were the case. >> it's not that they're inefficient. they have been inhibited in some cases from doing their job. look what's happened in arizona. arizona felt two years ago it needed to pass sb 1070. you know, their bill, their immigration bill which is right now in the supreme court. there is a reason for that. and as you note, there is an influx of illegal drug trade in the united states and that hasn't slowed down either. >> bill: that is one thing that i don't understand. there are narcotics on the
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streets of almost every city in the country. people can get whatever drugs they want. a lot of it comes through the mexican border. >> absolutely. >> bill: the people traffic is down. but the drug traffic but maybe they're getting it in another way. i don't know. do i know this. i believe that the concentration on the border, particularly in arizona where they said no mas, no more. we will do what it takes to make it very very hard for illegal immigrants to exist in this state. we are going to give our police power. we're going to punish you if you look for work. we are going to punish the employers. that has got to be an inhibiter. it has to be. >> it is an inhibiter. i have been told by ice agents as well as border patrol agents that as soon as that started coming into play, people were fleeing arizona to other stays. >> bill: going over the border is not as intense. >> exactly. >> bill: i do agree that the economy does. here in new york where i live, there are still tons of illegal aliens getting painting jobs and jobs in
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construction. >> sure. >> bill: it's in the liberal states, the sanctuary states, california, new york, maryland, massachusetts, it's still the way it was. but pew says that a lot of people going back and, you know, that's what they say. i will give you the last word. >> and we are seeing other states jump on arizona's bandwagon. whatever happens in the supreme court and we see justice sotomayor right now questioning the obama administration, that's a big move to say that maybe the supreme court is going to allows arizona law to stand. so this will be interesting to see how -- >> bill: don't get too optimistic on that, sara. >> i will try not to. >> bill: that's why i ask the tough questions so they're not accused of being in the tank. if judge sotomayor votes to uphold the arizona law, i think this ear is going to fall off it will kaboom right like that. thank you. nbc correspondent andrea mitchell den greats the republic party. she is a hard news reporter.
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>> bill: factor follow up segment tonight, i have been telling you that standards of journalism on television growing rapidly. not everyone agrees with my analysis. bill, your blind hypocrisy concerning nbc has reached new low attempting to conflate the nbc news division with that cable network is laughable. this is not a joke. i told you the other night that nbc news runs msnbc. it's the same manage. ment. i also told you they use the same people. andrea mitchell is the chief foreign affairs correspondent for nbc news.
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here's what she said yesterday on msnbc. >> i have the advantage or disadvantage as the case may be of watching newt gingrich and mitt romney at the same time on side-by-side screen. it's my job. somebody has to do it. >> bill: with us in the studio david maher who teaches media in politics. sally quinn ms. mitchell seems to be over the line here ms. quinn, disparaging an entire political party when her job is to cover the news objectively, am i wrong? >> yes. >> bill: tell me why. >> i don't see it that way at all. i don't understand what the fuss is. what is wrong with this? have you ever tried to watch two speeches at once and then try to report or speak about either one of them. it's impossible. when you say she had the
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advantage or disadvantage it's really hard to try to make something of it. >> bill: discussion on msnbc. didn't have anything to do with sally's technological problem it had to do with who she was watching. >> i don't think so. i don't think so because she said she thought romney's speech was good and romney's speech was good. so i think that. >> bill: you are giving her the benefit of the doubt. are you, professor? >> i'm not. i think there is a definite blurring of the lines for a whole host of reasons, comcast which owns nbc and msnbc is under great financial pressure. they are leveraging their personalities. but it's bad for broadcast tv journalism. people think nbc news is hard news. msnbc is an ideological kind of entertainment. when she crosses the line like she did. >> bill: she actually has a show, andrea mitchell on msnbc. here is my point, sally, let's say that you are correct, i mean, we can't read ms. mitchell's line. i want to be fair to her had. let's say you are correct. just -- she should have said that she should have clarified
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that what if carl cammeron, our main campaign guy comes on "the o'reilly factor" as he does occasionally and says, you know what? cover obama people. somebody has to do t. come on. come on o. [ laughter ] you know what the outcry would be. even if he was saying i'm overworked. you got me running around and, you know, i'm clearous. it would have been taken in ideological way because that's what the liberal press wants to believe. now, what i do believe. >> you are right about that. the liberal press would have said that they were somehow ideological even though they weren't. >> bill: last time andrea mitchell was on this program in 2007 on the factor. study done by pew research stead nbc news was the most supportive of barack obama. that's what it said. okay? this is an objective study. i had ms. mitchell on and she, of course, didn't believe it
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just like you don't believe ms. mitchell was denigrating republicans. lock, you have to know and everybody has to know that nbc news is really getting into deep water here with this combination nbc, msnbc. they are really getting deep. >> bill, the most important thing that s. that people understand what they are watching. if the viewers or the readers. >> bill: do they understand the cross section of hard news reporters going into. >> i think it's really clear. i think that when andrea -- i think andrea is beyond reproach as a journalist. when she goes on nbc news. >> bill: i don't think so. i think andrea is a hard core liberal and just getting her opinion out in my opinion. >> actually, i don't. she is married to alan greenspan. is he not what you call a hard core liberal. >> bill: i don't know what he is. >> she has a great reputation. for her own brand she needs to make it clear what's fact and what's her opinion. she didn't do it in this case. she took a cheap shot at the republic presidential candidates. bad for nbc, their management,
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their shareholders and everyone in the organization. >> they don't seem to care because, you know, you got al sharpton now who is running a civil rights movement as well as anchoring a program. nbc doesn't seem to be bothered by any of this. >> take that as a complement to your show and fox network. they are trying to replicate fox on the left. on the average only 435,000 americans watch nbc. a lot more. >> msnbc. >> bill: nbc still does he have well on the nightly news. sally i will give you the last word on this. look, you have to understand that it's the same management, the same people that are shuttling in and out. and while you maybe can see the difference, the professor is intelligent man. he teaches at a fine university. he sees ms. mitchell's comments in a completely different way than you do. it is a legitimate topic of discussion. i will give you the last word. >> it's a legitimate topic. in this case andrea does her reports on nbc nightly news. they are news, there is no
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question that they are news when she is on nbc as a guest as you would on meet the press. you come out with a different position. >> our guys don't do that our political reporters and our foreign correspondents do not do that. >> i have seen some fox news people cross the line, too. >> bill: you have to show me when and where on that one. i have got cammeron and rosen. they never disparage any political party. >> i don't think that's what she was doing. >> bill: okay. but the professor does, see, so it's in question. good discussion, you guys. i appreciate it plenty more as the factor moves along this evening. we sent jesse watters to environmental conference. he got booted out of there. >> dennis miller on who governor romney should pick as a running mate. the u.n. investigating the u.s.a. for human rights abuses. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. i'm really going to miss you. my new apartment isn't that far away. it's 4.2 miles away ! with this droid razr... motorola...
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last week greens world held at the traffic convention javitch convention center. he was anxious to attend that so we sent him. what's your ideal green home look like? >> create your own electricity through rainwater. >> you must be kidding. >> i think solar power is great. solar panels always sound good. >> bamboo. >> um. >>um the home is made of bamboo. >> see what i mean boo boo. >> i think wind power is great. >> wind wind chills in the front lawn. >> i think it's cool. >> i wonder who could have done things like that. >> in terms of lawns. why don't we turn that front space into a garden? [contradicts] >> don't use eyebrow move on me it's not going to work. >> little bit like tree house. similar to a hobbit log cabins. >> future is the past. >> we are sending you back to the future. ♪ >> bill o'reilly sends his warmest regards.
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how do you think the president is doing so far. >> i think the president is doing very well. oil production going up. gas prices going down. both sides should. >> when are we going to get you on the factor? you are not dodging the factor. >> you see all these wonderful people? thank you very much. >> what's a green bed. >> natural latex. >> what's the bed made out of? >> natural fibers. >> i like that. >> what's going on here? >> this bed costs what compared to a normal bed? >> 1700 up to $4,500. >> yikes. >> this particular light bulb that i have in my hand is $40. >> $40? >> $40? >> but it lasts 32 years. >> you sell paper and what's it made out of. >> our paper products actually made from elephant dung. >> in the future americans will be wearing recycled clothing. >> what if it was a black tie event. do i have to wear a recycled tux? >> ah. >> are people going to be drinking this in the future? >> absolutely. we are a party in your mouth.
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isn't that fun? >> it's a party in my mouth. >> i would like to extend an invitation to the party. ♪ >> i think it's important that we speak to each other. >> i will. >> [inaudible] >> like i said, what we're doing is. >> we did this with the car show last week here. >> this is a very different kind of show. >> what will power the home of the future? >> definitely solar panels. >> the heat under east from the earth. >> i'm kind of a fan of electricity. >> don't say that too loud around here. >> that's an attention-getter. >> do you see in the future us washing our dishes by hand. >> we wash all dishes by hand. >> that's pretty cool, i guess. >> do you see robots? >> i don't think there will be robots. i think there will be a lot of key pad pushing. >> the house is going it clean itself? >> i think there you need a robot. >> he acts peculiar. >> kind of incorporating garden walls. >> do you think that's going to protect you from the elements? >> i'm not really sure what it
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does. you can create your own, you know, indoor garden. >> what if i'm not vegetarian. >> then you have some issues. [ laughter ] >> do you ever watch the o'reilly factor. >> i don't watch much tv to be honest. >> hi, bill. >> the factor is on at my house quite a bill. >> what's your favorite show. >> the end. >> it's only the beginning. >> the end. always a wise guy. now, you got booted out of there. >> i did. >> why? >> i ambushed van jones off the jump. i was all over their radar. they came up to me and said should are trying to slam the greens. it's a hatchet piece. i told her it was an honest piece what we were trying to do. trying to protect these greens like they were her flock. >> bill: you were plight to all of them, right? >> i brought up solyndra and your name and obama. i think that was the kicker. >> now, van jones, he doesn't want any part of us, right? he has a new book out. >> he he said the e.p.a. has saved more american lawns than
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the department of defense. and that republicans want to poison children. >> bill: jones said. >> republicans want to poison children. >> yes, he did. >> is there any reason the g.o.p. wants to. >> poisoning children creates jobs. >> bill: it does? poisoners? >> well, you know, because the e.p.a. >> funeral home? >> e.p.a. is a job killer. >> bill: this guy was actually working in the obama administration he actually said the republic party wants to kill children? >> we have it on tape. >> bill: i want to see that tape in reality check on monday. >> okay. >> bill: jesse watters, everybody, i would buy that bomb if it sheds light. i buy these bulbs and you can't see anything. the moths can't find them. if they are bright i will buy the bulb for 40 bucks. all right. had to get that off my chest. when we come right back, miller time, romney's running mate. romney insulting the u.s.a. teacher who used to be a porn star. miller is next. [ scott ] i grew up playing with little toy trains
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>> bill: thanks for staying cuss, the sage of southern california joins us now from san that ba bra. do you have a favorite bp? >> first just to go back real quickly to jesse watters' piece. it looks like the solar panels are coming in much much bigger racks this year, huh? >> bill: you are referring to one of our guests who was commentating with mr. watters on the state of environmental science in america? is that -- did you notice her? >> you'll have to comb through the piece to see what i'm referring to. >> bill: okay. >> i'm just saying the panels are coming in humongous racks this year. >> bill: big solar panels that
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you put on your roof. >> big panels, huge panels. >> bill: i think we have it. all right. vp romney. >> vp either rubio or john lots love vits. he has had an excellent week. romney lovitz. that's the ticket. >> let's run the clib that's so attracted dennis miller. go. >> this whole thing with obama saying the rich don't pay their taxes is [bleep] >> bill: very articulate. a little bit, i don't know if that's going to actually play at the inauguration. >> are you kidding me?
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that will make him hotter than he has been in years for god's sakes. you might as well come in and put the paddles, boom, because lovitz all of the sudden i don't know if he is going to get work but is he my hero for god's sake. >> bill: you know lovitz, you are a pal of his? >> yeah. you know what? , jon has a child-like quality about him and it goes all the way down to his sense of fairness. if jon thinks that somebody is getting screwed, himself, somebody else, he is going to say it jon is the nicest guy in the world. you push him up to the fairness thing though, be it a kid getting bullied at a school or stuff like, this john is going to speak his mind. he doesn't have a great editor on him. >> do you think marco rubio would put things in the same context as mr. lovitz? >> well, let me say, this if marco rubio is offered this v.p. slot and he passes on it, they should keep that information to themselves because that will screw him four years hence. at least in my eyes. now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.
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and if he is not going to come up to the front line this time through because he he doesn't want to or it's not the rate time or whatever the hell mr. smith and wolenski said out in new jersey, well then he is not going to get my vote next time. we need you right now, marco rubio. do the right thing. >> bill: all right. united nations investigating the u.s.a. over alleged human rights abuses toward native americans, miller, and you say? >> well, listen, it's not that i don't have a place in my heart for the well you can't say indians anymore for the casino owner americans let's refer to them as that but, you know, eventually, everything the government turns to buffalo crap. and this is what happened there the government gets involved here, and all of a sudden, yeah, i do think there is probably -- you cannot rob any people, especially a once great people like native americans of their urge to push it, to move ahead.
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their motivation, everybody ends up sitting around in the tee pee smoking the pipe because you cannot rob people of their motivation. that's the wrong -- that's the problem this country is going down that pipe. >> bill: we have got syria. we have got iran. we have got pakistan. we have got blight in africa. all over the place. people dying. the united nations wants to go back to the native american situation led by james, special u.n. repertoire on indigenous people. why waste everybody's time. everybody knows native americans got a bad deal. >> what was that guy's name again? >> james anima. >> isn't that theman noise the. >> is he a professor of human rights. >> the u.n. is a joke, billy.
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a bunch of morbidly obese foreign guys in feds on the lowest east side beating parking tickets and dining out on somebody else's dime. it's a creep show get rid of it. >> stacy, oxnard, california, teaches junior high. apparently she made a pornographic film. when they found out they fired her. she says that's not fair and you say? >> she had to get a job working the booth down at that green fes jesse was at, she outed herself, billy. occasionally you have got to give a written test. if you just give oral exams it sends up a red flag to the administration. >> bill: miller, miller miller miller. >> what? billy, times have changed. when i was a a kid, our extracurriculars the extent of it was maybe banging the erasers, things are different though nowadays, billy. >> bill: apparently different on this segment, that's for
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sure. all right. well, a woman is a science teacher and she says look, i have rehabilitated my wife. i want to do good things. don't hold my past against me. easy, miller, i will give you the last word. easy on it, all right? >> when you are putting that picture up, don't take such a big pause after don't hold. >> bill: dennis miller, everyone. nice hair cut by the way did you get a little gum with that. >> did i a lollipop and tootsy pop. >> it looks like what's his name 1250 hair cut edwards. >> i'm trying to get that 77 sun set strip look. >> bill: i think you succeeded cookie. here is the score card for bolder fresher tour. may 129 miller and i will be causing trouble in new york city less than 12 tickets. less than 200 tickets in indianapolis. next day saturday june 23rd, bolder fresher madness in chicago. evening know completely sold
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>> bill: back of the book segment tonight. did you see that president obama is a guy who often repeats himself on the campaign trail. sometimes it's pretty interesting. especially when he references abraham lincoln. >> i also agree with our first republic president. named abraham lincoln. >> abraham lincoln. >> abraham lincoln. >> a guy from my home state, a guy with a beard. >> abraham lincoln. >> abraham lincoln. >> and what lincoln said was that through our government we
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should do together what we cannot do as well for ourselves. that's the definition of a smart government. >> lincoln understood it. >> abraham lincoln understood it. >> lincoln understood that. you understand it. >> bill: no, i don't. here now to advance the tore juliet huddy. all right. abraham lincoln obviously, i think the best president we have ever had. >> you wrote a book, i believe on mr. lincoln. >> bill: killing lincoln. >> best seller. >> bill: thank you for the plug. >> you are welcome. >> bill: the president is trying to get either in lincoln's corner or get lincoln in his corner how do you see it. >> he is trying to to get the country in his corner by referencing republic presidents. he he brings up lincoln a total of 2009 a total of 80 times. you only saw a small portion. >> bill: in various speeches. >> public speeches. >> 80 times since 2009. >> public events. who knows what he said in private. >> i don't remember him campaigning in 2007 and 2008
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referencing lincoln all this much. >> it's unity. lincoln brought people together. he brought both sides together. he mentions him a total of 80 times. eisenhower trumps lincoln. your next book should be on eisenhower. 90 times he has been mentioned since 2009. >> dwight eisenhower. >> he has the general thing going. >> bill: he wants to be seen as centrist. >> while is he running for office again. >> bill: while is he being defined as a left wing guy. last week lou dobbs and i discussed robert wright a far left economist. had a little fun at his expense. go. >> robert rice, do you know robert rice. >> i do. >> is he a communist, right. >> communist slash socialist. is he confused. >> a guy who secretly adores carl marks up there in cambridge. >> he is a communist. >> we will leave him at communist for this evening. >> obviously joshing around. but -- >> -- well, apparently not so obvious, william.
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apparently not. >> he wrote a little piece in the he wrote a piece on the huffington post web site why anyone should care that bill o'reilly calls me a communist. before you jump in here the title of the piece should be while i use mr. o'reilly came in in my piece had he not probably his piece would not have been read. is he not exactly a big attraction there. >> bill: i read the story and he took what bobs and i were saying seriously. he tried to convince the huffington post readers that we were actually accusing him of being a karl marx lover. >> i think he knew exactly what was going on. complete joke. real people in. >> you were laughing. >> eviscerates you for calling name. economy is bad name in his world. he evoice rates you then. calls you intellectual bore. >> what does that mean? >> swelling or bloated. not of the right mind. >> not of his right mind, i can't get more lean than i am.
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>> am a very lean man. he tried to exploit this by taking it out of context. played it serious. what's the radical left watch the program. they don't know what we did. he just does that all right, juliet huddy, everybody. thank you very much. pinheads and patriots upcoming. sean penn back in the zone this evening. p and p just over two minutes away. every communications provider is different but centurylink is committed to being a different kind of communications company. ♪ we link people and fortune 500 companies nationwide and around the world. and we will continue to free you to do more and focus on what matters.
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>> pinheads & patriots in just a moment. mother's day is rapidly proaching, and very nice patriot mom pens are moderately priced, you can get both of them. all the money i get from the web site goes to charity. to the mail... >> i believe you know i am not saying that, chris. so i must question your motive in writing, even while i applaud your patriotism.
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>> i'm granny, right? thanks. >> because breast cancer is an inciduous disease and we all need to be reminded of that. that's why we are supporting jennifer's charity on bill o'reilly dot-com. give me a break.
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>> that's a good web site. >> my pleasure to do tmalcolm. we have special election coverage for all p.m.s, we are very glad you are aabove. sean penn received a humanitarian award recently and described himself this way. >> i am very pro-american in the sense of the constitutional america. i am very proamerica in terms of a diverse america and one where we do reach out and understand that to be to monocultural will create the insecurity that we are currently facing. >> what? i have no idea what mr. penn just said. i listened to it. i read the text five times. i just don't know. so i cannot make him a patriot or a pinhead for that remark.
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but you might be able to. but i do have advice for sean penn. go to the same barber miller did that's it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor web site. also, we would like you to spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world. name and town if you wish to opine. word of the day, do not be a ?olegoster. real word. not a good thing. if you are watching us from some exotic place, please, let us know. i am bill o'reilly. always remember, the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking outs for you. >> sean: it was ae-


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