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exploiting the workers. so what the president wants to do is restrain capitalism through taxation. if you score big, he wants a big piece of the action. so he can give what you get to other people. also mr. obama wants to regulate how commerce is done in the usa. now, i see no evidence that the president wants to seize private property, which is what communists do. also the feds are not running the fox news channel as they would be in a socialistic system, like the one hugo chavez imposed. now, i could be wrong about this, but i think mr. obama allows historical grievances, things like slavery, bad treatment for native americans, u.s. exploitation of third world countries to shape his economic thinking rather than seeing the usa as basically noble, he gives the bad things about america far too much weight, leading to his
desire to redistribute wealth, there by correcting historical grievance. all of this is pretty philosophical, but it directly affects you. the facts are these: the president speaks spending policies have not helped the economy. his lib rap economic vision has run up enormous debt that threatens everybody single one of us. yet the president doesn't seem very concerned about that. his focus continues to be to take from those have and spread the money around. brand-new fox news poll, americans were asked, has the obama administration made the economy better or worse? 37% say better. 49% worse. 10% believe the president's policies made no difference. however, in the same poll, americans support a tax increase on the wealthy by a 52-42 margin. so to some extent, the president's class warfare posture has worked. in order to defeat the president, mitt romney will have to convince you, the american public, that we will all be much better under robust capitalism.
that of mr. obama is voted out, the private marketplace will rebound, creating decent paying jobs. the president will counter with the status quo, which is shaky. mr. obama is not a socialist. he's not a communist. he's a social justice anti-capitalist. that's what he is. that's a memo. now for the top story, reaction. joining us, radio talk show, laura ingraham. you can't possibly disagree with anything in that memo, can you? >> first of all, talking points believes that obama is not a socialist, right? >> yes. >> what do you believe? >> i am talking points. [ laughter ] >> bruce wayne. >> do you ever disagree with each other? i want a day where you said, that talking points got it wrong. bill o'reilly has another view. >> i'm leaving that -- if i ever do get it wrong. now i have it right and i think you know that's why you're starting to petty fog the issue.
>> we've had this discussion before and i don't think these labels get us anywhere. i think -- >> do you call him a socialist on your radio program? >> no. i don't. i call him what i think you pointed out, very well what he is. economically he's a disaster for america. and what do you call him -- whether you call him socialist or -- he's not really had much experience, bill, in the free market, working in the free market, whether as a boss or an employee. so his experience in that free market is very limited and really to come in and kind of oversee or run the biggest economy in the world was quite a leap in 2008 and i think we're seeing the results of that. >> i don't disagree with that. i don't think his strong suit is economics doll. i think his advisors served him poorly. it's much more important to understand, i think, for the people who haven't made up their minds yet about whether to vote for the president. >> facts. >> not the facts so much.
'cause the facts are out there and if you want them, you can get them. >> okay. >> but what drives the man? you see, this -- >> i don't think people care. i totally disagree. >> they should. >> okay. >> because if he's relie detectorred, there are no restraints. if barak obama is reelected, you basically are saying, the american public is saying this, if barak obama is reelected: do what you want. >> yeah. the dependsy culture is what is being empowered right now. so the president comes forward and says, we can got rid of the work requirement and welfare. the president comes forward and says, we can have a broad based amnesty for pretty much everyone under the age of 30. that's a huge give away to the underclass in an open door policy for more people to come in here illegally. he now has a big cooperative agreement, continuing with mexico to promote food stamps in mexican conflict, in the mexican embassy to promote them all across the united states, to migrant workers and other mexicans in this country. now, that doesn't seem to scream
pro-growth, free market, self-reliance, all these virtue that made america. >> he's never been for that, ever. >> no. so -- >> that's not who he is. >> my point is that you get all hung up. i don't know if it's to marginalize talk radio, but you get hung up on, well, he's not a socialist or communist. people say that. who care what is people say? >> i tell you what, undecideds hearing this stuff feel sorry for him. >> no, they feel sorry for the country. i don't think they feel sorry for him at all. >> what exactly he is and i spelled it out. how do you see the 52-42 in the fox news poll favoring a tax increase on the wealthy? >> it's consistent polls taken over the last really -- >> what do you think drives them? is it class envy? what is it? >> no. i think people hear that and say, well, i guess if the money is going to be used to pay down the debt. >> but it's not going to be used for that. >> but i think a lot of people believe that. >> why would they?
>> why would they? because i think people are somewhat naively hopeful that that's what government will do. government wants to raise taxes, they don't want to raise taxes to just give it all to a bunch of people to be more dependent on food stamps or give it to green energy companies. they want to do it so america will get better. >> you say that the 52% who want to raise taxes on the wealthy are misinformed? >> also i think they also don't understand or don't know that increasing taxes as the president would like to do as the study showed this week, will kill about 710,000 jobs, will decrease our output, will decrease our investment income, capital expenditures, will lower wages in the united states, will have a long-term devastating, not uplifting effect on the economy, but a devastating effect on the economy. >> people should go and try to google earn earnist and young and read that report.
>> nice talking point. >> yeah, i know. next up, is there bad blood between sarah palin and mitt romney? we'll have the inside story. later, dennis miller support condoleeza rice as romney's running mate? the d man will be here, up ahead [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be cool if we took the nissan altima and reimagined nearly everything in it? gave it greater horsepower and best in class 38 mpg highway...
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the daily caller web site. and from fort worth, texas, janine turner. she hasn't been invited. does that surprise you? >> i think it's a little early yet. >> bill: jeanine, no spin zone. not early. every room in tampa, florida is taken. so now if sarah palin were invited, she'd have to sleep in a tent. every room. >> no, no. i think she has -- i'm not saying it's too early. i don't think they've invited a lot of people yet. i believe that palin needs to get behind romney and i believe romney needs to recognize palin's virtues and how she can be an asset and -- >> bill: you want detante? >> i want them to come together. >> bill: in a couple -- kumbaya moment. >> when i make a movie, i like the actors to be inspired and talented and bright and
sometimes better than me because it inspires me and makes a better movie. in this movie, we want the ending to be that barak obama is defeated. >> bill: if you were making a movie with bill maher, i don't know if that would be possible and that's the problem here. michelle, that there is bad blood may be overstating it. maybe overstating it because what happened in the primary season was that sarah palin was obviously not for mitt romney. the romney people obviously recognized that and now saying we got it. really we really want her around? the answer so far is no. >> this isn't surprising because she is sort of a wild card and there is that possibility that she will go rogue. she's very charismatic. romney isn't. so there is the possibility they're at risk she will outshine him. right now, romney's campaign is focused on independents. sarah palin is a bit polarizing. what they're doing is they don't want to be associated with her. >> bill: is that really smart,
though, michelle? you can give the governor of alaska a platform on a day that mitt romney isn't speaking. you can have her rally as jeanine pointed out, the tea party folks who adore her, and what's the down side of that? they don't even have to see each other really. >> yeah. i completely agree. but i'm saying from romney's point of view, is that they're already going to get conservatives because they dislike obamacare -- >> bill: some might stay on. >> they think obama is so polarizing that conservatives will come out no matter what. >> bill: jeanine, if michelle is correct and it's anybody but obama, which is one of the things that sarah palin actually says, why bother bringing in somebody who is really not very nice to you in the run up to the nomination? >> well, i think it's very, very, very important and actually i think the conservatives, republicans, tea partiers, a bit pack husband right now and everyone needs to come together like the pieces of a puzzle to win this.
texas is a pink state right now. we're not even red. i think the outcome -- >> bill: you want to put money on that, by the way? you want to go to the lone star on that? i'll take romney carrying texas. okay? >> we're pink right now! i think that's kind of interesting. >> bill: i'm just asking you if you want a piece of that action, i'll bet you a steak dinner that romney takes the state. >> i'm up for a steak dinner. you're taking obama carrying texas. just so you know that. >> we're pink, though! my point is, we need to not take anything for granted. we need to come together and we need -- >> bill: if i were running the convention, michelle, i would invite sarah palin to speak. she is a force and a republican party. >> she's going to be there any way. >> bill: she should have a platform. last word, michelle? >> look, she's going there anyway. she already -- >> bill: i don't know if she's going. >> no, she rented out space actually that the five minute walk from the convention. so she's most likely going to
have a tea party event. either romney plays nice and becomes friends with her or she's still going to have this huge event, walking difference for reporters to cover and she's president-elect obama going to talk trash about all the republican establishment. >> bill: all right. ladies, thanks very much. here is a brand-new billoreilly.com poll question. who do you favor as mitt romney's running mate? please just select one. condoleeza rice, marco rubio, paul ryan, sarah palin. the prosecution will use the interview with sean hannity against zimmerman. dennis miller on condoleeza rice. would he support her for vice president? those reports moments away [ male announcer ] when this hotel added aflac to provida better benefits package... oahhh! [ male announcer ] it made a big splash with the employees. [ duck yelling ] [ male announcer ] find out more at... [ duck ] aflac! [ male announcer ] ...forbusiness.com. ♪ ha ha!
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beginning with sean hannity interviewing george zimmerman. authorities say they will use that interview against him who is charged with murdering trayvon martin. here is what might be in play. >> is there anything you regret? do you regret getting out of the car to follow trayvon that night? >> no, sir. >> do you regret that you had a gun that night? >> no, sir. >> do you feel you wouldn't be here for this interview if you didn't have that gun? >> no, sir. >> you feel you would not be here? >> i feel that it was all god's plan and for me to second guess it or judge it. >> is there anything you might do differently in retrospect now that time has passed a little bit? >> no, sir. >> bill: here to analyze, meghan kelly. why do prosecutors wants to use this? >> of course, it's a statement by the defendant. so they're going to put this into evidence and that's not unexpected at all. the real question is why would his attorney agreed to this?
i can even understand george zimmerman want to go speak. a loft defendants want to speak. it's up to their lawyers who are counsel, who are schooled in the law and the ways of criminal defense to say, it's not a good idea, george. >> bill: why wasn't it a good idea? what did he say? >> because human nature that the more times you comment on something, the more inconsistent -- >> bill: did he make a mistake? >> he offered a couple statements that are inconsistent with his prior statements already. >> bill: he did? >> yes, he did. and not only that, but the part you just played is potentially problematic for him. do you have any regrets? regrets about getting out of the car? taking a gun? any regrets? no, not at all. it was god's plan. then he comes back after there was clearly a break and says, when i said i had no regrets, i thought you were talking about -- let me finish, i thought you were talking about whether i had regrets about talking to the police or getting an attorney. well, that's not at all how it went down. hannity asked, do you have regrets about having a gun? no. regrets about getting out of the car? no. so he looks not credible to come back later and say, oh, i thought you were talking about do i regret --
>> bill: his lawyer told him to do that. >> i know. >> bill: you see this as a big loss for george zimmerman? >> it's not good. i think it's not hish8ñ6 it's his lawyer's fault. >> bill: they've already said he's innocent to the world. they pled not guilty in the case. >> if the furor over this died down for the time being. so there is no reason to try to get to the jury pool. the only people who matter are the people who are going to be judging him in court. first the judge, if he gets past stand your ground, then if he doesn't get past it, he'll go to a jury. when you get before the jury, you want to be as charming as possible and tell that story of apologies and so on, how you had to do it, go for it. but you don't need to sit down and do it like this 'cause it's another statement that you'll have to be perfectly consistents on, otherwise the prosecution will use it against you. >> bill: all right. terrible story here in new york. two young boys raped by an adult. >> yes. >> bill: over a period of five or six years. >> right, beginning when one was 11 and one was 13.
>> bill: they are pleading guilty and given two years. >> rick: the defendant. >> bill: by judge martin murphy. let's put his picture up. judge murphy. this is almost beyond belief. this guy rapes two boys for five or six years and murphy, the judge, there is the guy -- gives him two years? >> this is a disgusting man, this andrew goodman who groom -- who admits in open court to grouping these two young men trying to seduce them with gifts, trying to pull them away from their parents, to convince them their parents don't love them and so on. this is how it's done by some pedophiles and goes into court while admitting to me lowesting them for four years and says, to them, to boys, you don't know what i've been through. then looks at the judge and says to the judge, first of all, let's get this straight, the age of consent is lower in many parts of the world. so let's keep this in perspective. >> bill: he's unrepentant pedophile. why didn't the prosecution take him in, put him in front of a jury, could have convicted him
on a 48-count -- >> they wanted to. >> bill: the judge basically stopped the trial? >> yes. there was no trial. >> bill: i know. why wasn't there a trial? >> because what happened was the prosecution charged exactly as they should. he could have gone to jail for life. and the defendant walked into court and said, guilty. you got me. and the judge said he was going to give him this two-year sentence and so the defendant said, okay. guilty, judge. the prosecution said, whoa, whoa, whoa. with he want a trial. we've got the victims who are ready to take the stand and the judge said, it's not necessary. the guy is pleading guilty to all of the charges. >> bill: for two years? >> right. >> bill: i thought they had some jessica's law component here in new york state. i was wrong. there is to jessica's law or mapped tri. >> it's a ten-year probation minimum. >> bill: we got to get governor cuomo and governor christie, both guys have ignored this and now we have two -- and i understand one of the victims appealed to the judge, don't give him two years.
>> first of all, you know how much courage it takes for a victim of sexual assault, a young boy to come out and say, judge, this happened to me. i was raped by this man repeatedly. and what message did this judge send to that boy and all the other boys in brooklyn in that jurisdiction just like him if. >> bill: two years doesn't mean anything. >> i'm not going to stand by you. >> bill: that's right. we have tried to get a comment from this murphy, this judge murphy. he's hiding under his desk. >> i called and didn't get a response. >> bill: right. like he's not accountable for anything that he does. >> it stinks to high heaven as well because there was a report, we didn't get this, but there was a report from somebody who apparently knows the judge saying he did it because he wanted to spare the victims the pain of a trial. >> bill: the victims wanted to go to trial! >> and stood up as he was issuing the trial saying let me take the stand. >> bill: this is why cuomo and christy have to get behind jessica's law to take it away from these crazy judges. >> the long history of legal aid, criminal defense this judge had and this guy who has been in jail for a couple of years. >> bill: he walks!
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>> bill: culture warrior segment. unbelievable situation. at a high school, students ages 12 to 19 can now pick out donnels from a jar, take them home and do whatever they want with them. the jar stands inside the school building. are you kidding snow we did not have that at saint bridget's. here now the culture warriors. jeanine pir, o author of a new book. and gretchen carlson. carlson, this is almost unimaginable to me. you walk in and there is a giant jar. >> no candy, condoms instead. >> bill: and anybody can just go in and pop them right out. >> guess what? >> bill: they went, oh, oh so they removed the jar. >> they did. they said, we don't know how long the jar was there. we do know it's not there anymore. kids can still get their hands on con demeanors. here is the amazing thing. did you know that you need parental consent to get an immunization, a physical,
participation in sports, but not anything about sex education and not to get your hands on donnels? you can't get them when you're 12. you have to wait until you're 13. >> bill: you used to be able3uut get them because nobody was monitoring the jar. >> 12 is still considered rape when you have sexual interaction. >> bill: what i'm trying say is this school wasn't supervising so there was 12 years in the school. do you think is appropriate for public school to be this pro-active in this area? >> let me tell you this, i come at this, bill, as a judge and a d.a. so i have seen, as we all have, the unwanted consequence of children having children. that is abuse and neglected children, unwanted children, and the cycle continues. >> bill: and abortions. >> and abortions and sexually transmitted diseases. so the bottom line for me is, i hate it. i don't like to normalize it. but 47% of kids in high school have had sex. >> bill: this is the way to do it -- is this the way to do it? >> you know how they did it when
i was in catholic school? they did a circle with eggs. >> bill: there a happy median that you can find in the school can say, look, this is a very intense activity. this is nothing to be -- and explain it, and then say, if you still want to do it, you have to go through this procedure. can you do that? >> i think the way they handle it now at least at my kids' school. i believe it's fifth or sixth grade where they have a very honest discussion. >> bill: this a public school? >> private school. they take questions then from the children. sometimes the children ask questions about condoms. >> bill: this a u.s. a school system and and what its obligation is to the parents. when the kid dips into the jar, does the parent get a call? >> the parent should get a call. >> bill: do they? >> no, they don't. >> they don't have to. >> at this particular clinic inside the school, they do say that abstinence is what they preach first. they recommend -- >> bill: is that in a jar?
>> that would not be. >> bill: there is nothing in it. >> do i need to school but that? >> bill: i need to be schooled on everything. i'm trying to find a solution to jeanine's point is this which is a good won't. >> they recommend abstinence. they encourage parents to get involved and tell the kids -- i'm telling you what they say. >> you want a con dom, you got to see what it looks like to give childbirth. they need to know the consequence of having sex. the united states has more teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted abortions and abortions than any other western world. why is that? we don't like sex more than everybody else. we don't talk about it. >> bill: if you want the birth control, you got to do certain things. that discourages the kids from doing them because they don't want to, so they'll have unprotected sex. that's what they say. >> it's a no win situation, other than i would believe that the parents need to know. >> bill: what if they're drunk and don't have supervision?
>> that's what we're talking about. >> bill: the public school has to do the responsible thing and understand they're not going to save everybody. that was my philosophy when i was teaching. i knew i couldn't save everybody. thanks very much. we appreciate it. when we come back, it will be miller time. a wild experience this evening. romney's vp choice, "american idol" chaos, and the d man down on french food. miller is next if you have copd like i do, you know how hard it can be to breathe
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>> bill: thanks for staying with us. i'm bill o'reilly. miller time segment. southern california, he joins us from santa barbara. you listened to the condoms in a jar segment. you say? >> nothing makes me laugh harder than when you get uncomfortable and squeamish about stuff. when jeanine is sitting this in the sleeveless white beater and the egg goes up and boom, you're out of there. you can't even listen. >> bill: you got to move the conversation along. >> let me ask you this, billy, just so i can get the story straight, a kid can get a condom in a jar, but not a juice box or a zagnut? >> bill: and he can't have a soda more than 12 ounces. >> how about we save the condoms ribs and ribs cause obesity, would that work? >> bill: listen, i am so confused about this whole thing, which is what you saw in that segment.
let's get into condoleeza rice, possibly running with mitt romney. her name has been floated out there. you say? >> listen, i like condoleeza rice. i hope she doesn't run. she's never been a political player. i wouldn't wish these times on anybody. i think we live in crappy times. she seems like a nice woman. she plays piano. she looks great. she's bright as anybody on the planet. she's so sweet. i wouldn't wish that swamp on her in a million years. you know, condy, stay out of it. you're a civilian. the brightest civilian on the block. but you don't have to answer the call. you did your part. enjoy life. it's crap out there right now. >> bill: who would you like to see? i think we discussed this before. but i forget. if you were in charge and you were making the call, who would be the vp guy or gal? >> well, you know me, mr. smith ham goes to washington. i think big chris christy should step up.
>> bill: the action man. >> he's got sharp elbows. romney and kristy would be like kevin costner and sean connery in the untouchables. romney could play the good guy and then he could apply sean connery and chris could come and say, that's how you get rid of the chicago way! that sort of thing. >> bill: it should be action packed. what if christie gets somebody in a head lock and breaks their jaw, which would probable lea happen on day three of the campaign. >> yeah. well, if he could break biden's jaw, biden couldn't talk and he might make a lot more sense to me. >> bill: all right. miller. all right. so miller, i'm going to write it down. this is serious, christie has to get on this jessica's law thing. he's got to get on that. >> what's that about, billy? >> bill: now i'm going to go on a campaign. now i'm going on a campaign. governor cuomo and governor christie, pay attention. you can't have child rapists getting two years in prison. that's not going to sit in new
york state. i live here. if i have to go to albany and camp outside, i'm going to do that. >> listen, you know how i said you get sweepish about certain things, you're in defatiguable, you're mcgruff the crime dog on protecting kids. tear them a new one, billy. >> bill: absolutely. we're going to get jessica's law in jersey and new york and i don't care what the excuses are. we're going to get it. all right. "american idol," jennifer lopez and the guy from aerosmith, they don't want to do it anymore. miller what, is happening to american civilization? >> they should turn that show over every year. i just hope john roberts doesn't go over there now and judge 'cause he's proven himself insane. >> bill: you should be a judge! miller, let's do a write in campaign. miller should be a judge. they got howard stern on that other show, don't they? isn't howard sitting this? you should be on "american idol"! >> i would love to be on "american idol" judge in a second. jlo can replace roberts on the
supreme court, unless she doesn't need the robe. she looks better without it. redo the show. >> bill: you and roberts. >> we do a hybrid where we combine "american idol" and "hunger games" and each week the loser has to run for his life. that is what would reinvigorate that show. >> bill: i want everybody to write this to fox broadcasting and say miller has got to replace the aerosmith guy. do we know where he's going? where do aerosmith guys go? >> at this point, i can't tell the aerosmith guy from a senior -- >> bill: when i first saw this guy i thought he was a comanche indian. i thought this was a western. i thought they were going to have, like, bringing back wagon train. >> i crossed paths with him, billy. he's funny. >> bill: a good guy? >> a good, good, boston guy. but the look, man, is getting bizarre. >> bill: how much longer can we go with the extensions? he's 90 something years old.
>> this is my grandpa. [ laughter ] >> bill: miller, i have to confess, i don't eat a lot of french food because i heard if do you, then you're compelled to wear a beret and i don't like the look. foi gra. what is that? >> it's a goose's liver. and they shoot the goose with food and make his liver fat. you eat it. can i tell you, it tastes great. you can't have foigras in california. i know when my head hits the pillow at night, i shouldn't be able to sleep because daffy and donald duck are in a self serve island getting fed grain out the wazoo. we're talking about a world where they're taking kids in some of these countries and doing the most atrocious things to them! i'm sorry, they're geese at some point! it tastes good!
give it a shot. that's all i'm saying. >> bill: california has outlawed foigras because the goose is misfed? >> yeah. >> bill: that's why? jerry brown find that -- >> they're full of grain! everybody else in california is full of something else, but the goose has too much grain. >> bill: it's worse here because a goose in new york city can't buy a 16-ounce soda. did you know that? and the geese are outraged! they're flying out, give me the bill gulp right now! >> ever been goosed on a subway? trust me, it's worth a lot more. >> bill: deny miss miller -- dennis miller, everybody. great american news quiz, the good versusful edition. then, factor tip of the day has to do with what to avoid on the neck. we're coming right back
>> bill: back of the book segment, great american news quiz, the good versus evil edition. mirror they are, the quiz kids. uma pemmaraju in for martha mccallum. steve doocy representing myra. if you would like to win prizes, sign up on my web site. last night, uma kicked his butt. >> sure did. >> bill: i am able. that's why the topic is appropriate. question number 1, 1978 film "the exorcist" told the story of a priest battling evil demonic forces that had taken overt soul of a young girl. >> what's that? >> holy water. >> you keep it away. it burns!
ah! it burns! >> bill: reminds me of my third grade class. in saint bridget's. there are real exorcists sanctioned by the catholic church. what is an indicator of demonic possession? a, unexplained fainting. b, speaking a little known language. c, unexplained bruises on your body. d, seeing a movie by michael moore. all right. cards up please. exorcism in real life, uma, the other way. thank you. that's it. speak a little known language. interesting fact, i did a story one time on an exorcist who was analyzing a woman in sicily who was speaking etriskun and he had it on a tape recorder. very fascinating. all right. here is question number 2. the berlin wall stood as one of the most visible symbols of the cold war. ronald reagan, famous for impassioned speech calling for the destruction of the great
divide. >> mr. gordon gorbachev, tear ds wall. >> bill: berlin wall divided germany for 28 years in what year did it finally come down? a, 1987. b, 88. c, '89. d, 90. cards up please. yeah. okay. wise guy. i'd slap him with that card if i were you. he's mocking you! c is correct. they both get it right. '89. i was there, by the way. i was on that wall when -- absolutely. i was speaking etruskit. a wise guy today. do we have the electricity? all right. mocking uma, how could you? question 3, 2004, film "the passion of christ" details the life and teachings of jesus.
>> bill: they were speaking aramaic. some of the oldest lessons about good and evil come from the bible. judas made the ultimate betrayal when he gave information to the romans that led to the capture of jesus. what was the bribe that judas took? a, 20 piece of gold. b, a government position, c, a farm. d, 30 piece of silver. what did judas take? roll the tape.
>> bill: all right. 30 piece of silver. uma got it wrong. >> i was thinking goldline. >> bill: you both got it wrong. two to go. 1977 tv series "roots" reminded the country of the horrific conditions the slaves endured in the 1700s. >> come on! get out of there! move! >> there is no riverbank. where is the earth? >> bill: in addition to fighting the evils of slavery, frederick douglas became the first african-american to do what? be nominated for vice president, publish a best selling book, become mayor of a city. cards up please? the answer is a.
all right. now you both got that wrong of the but uma got the judas iscariot right. she's up by one. one to go. >> hitler will forever be remembered as the most evil man in history. >> bill: he's speak gibberish. hitler's book written while he was serving time in prison, what was he arrested for? a, treason. b, theft, c, tax evasion. d, domestic violence. what was he in prison for? a, treason. that was in the 20s. you win, uma! doocy, mocking her now trying to make amends. very good. >> the angel. >> bill: we have no idea what she's doing. >> bill: factor factor tip of the day has to do with what to
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talk show our good friend bill cunningham is back and fox news contributor also radio, tv, talk show host leslie marshall. welcome to both of you. thanks for being here. let me just start with this. i got a tape and we know that the president has held over 100 fundraisers in the last six months. played golf at least ten times. are he has a good time. you play golf, mr. cunningham. but he didn't have his jobs council meet once and we have fewer americans working than when barack obama became president. watch this and watch mitt romney's response. >> there is no specific reason except the president has a lot on his plate but he tens to solicit and receive advice from numerous folks outside the administration about the economy and about ideas that he can act on with congress or administratively to help the economy a