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it's been a beautiful year with with happiness and love. i hope the same for you and your family in 2014. i'm megyn kelly. lllllllllllllll. thanks for watching. have a great thiegt. welcome to this special edition. 2013 in review. tonight with the help of this studio audience we'll count down the scandals, winners, losers and the most memorable moments from the show over the past year. we begin with the top five stories of 2013. take a look. >> state of florida versus george zimmerman. the verdict -- we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> are you kidding me? [ sirens ]
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>> the person who committed this killing sits in court today. the defendant jodi ann arias. >> i didn't kill travis. i didn't take his life. >> did you kill travis al kpaexr alexander? >> yes, i did. >> verdict count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> you're about to shut down the government. >> the american people don't want it shut down. neither do i. >> we are not going to negotiate under the threat of further harm to our economy and middle class families. >> we have been tying to have conversations with the democratic colleagues. they don't want to talk. >> why is the federal government spending money to erect barricades to keep veterans out of the memorial? >> the product, the health insurance is good. >> i want to be clear. we are ready to go on october 1.
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>> nobody is madder than me about the fact that the website isn't working as well as it should which means it will be fixed. >> the inability of the government to set up a website where people can buy health insurance doesn't bode well for the more complicated elements of the law yet to be rolled out. >> we know two explosions gravely wounded dozens of americans and took the lives of others including an 8-year-old boy. this was a heinous and cowardly act. the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. >> that was our countdown of the top five stories of 2013. join the conversation tonight. log onto our facebook page and tell us if you agree with the list plus trend at 10:00 and sound off on twitter. my address @sean hannity. here with us our studio audience.
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ainsley earhardt. @ainsley earhardt on twitter. >> thank you, sean. you're on -- >> 5:00 to 6:00 a.m. early, early. >> what was the top story of this year? >> obamacare for me. i was working on your show so much with obamacare. definitely watching the whole package with all of them together. the boston marathon bombing. that united our country with a tragedy. also zimmerman shook our country. it was tragic. uh you hear sound bites from the parent who is lost their son. brought up so many racial iss issues. >> zimmerman an the knock out game. then the government shutdown and obamacare. a lot went on. what was the top story? >> i think the obamacare roll out has been significant. everything leading up to that. obamacare was really -- that was where it took its course.
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disenchantment with the current policieses. >> was this a good year for barack obama? you're his big supporter. >> he's had better years. 2012 was certainly better. he saw a huge uptick with the government shutdown that was squandered when the website went -- >> by the $600 million, three and a half years and the botched roll out and broken promises and lies about obamacare? >> obamacare is turning around. the white house is turning the corner. so he's got momentum going into 2014. forget the rest of this. >> wasn't 2013 the year we saw the obama presidency collapse? we saw the nsa wiretapping scandal which touched millennials and on this new --
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>> hold that thought. who thinks this was the year of obama's collapse? wow. who says no? >> i say no. >> we have four, five people. i agree with you. the year of the collapse. >> we had the foreign policy. the nsa wiretapping when it came to american citizens and journalists. don't forget fox's james rosen. with the irs scandal. we learned the government was possibly using the irs to intimidate and supress opposition voices. then we haven't apprehended the benghazi operatives. >> you're with the with huffington post? >> not anymore. >> so was this a good year for obama? >> i think when you talk about the collapse, i don't see the administration collapse at all.
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i see a health care roll out with bumps but now it is working. >> working? >> sure. >> half the website isn't built. he has the lowest approval rating at the end of a fifth year than any president since nixon. help me out. george w. bush had a higher approval rating after year five than obama. >> couldn't get health care ben affleck. >> you believe that. >> yes. >> really? >> of course. >> go ahead and finish. >> hang on. >> the fact that you are still justifying the irs scandal targeting conservatives is appalling. i'm not surprised. the president did it, too. he came out when the irs scandal came out and said, i think this is outrageous. no way should the irs be used to
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target political opponents. two weeks ago he said i can't believe there was outrage because there was a list. it's unfortunate we can't come together on the issue of the irs targeting political opponents. what if they were doing it to the other side? >> great point. i see the eggnog kicked in. let's go to congressman kucinich. welcome. you are interesting to me. i find myself agreeing with you more this year than ever. we have had heated battles over the years. >> and? [ laughter ] >> i thought you were going to weigh in on this. did obama have a bad year? was this a collapse of his presidency? >> i don't know about a collapse. he has another three years. can't talk about a collapse. he's in for three more years. the question is the country. what's happening here? in terms of stories, one of the big stories of the t year is the fact that the american people resisted being dragged into another war against syria.
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that was an outcry that happened from the american people. >> the american people or did obama back away from his red line? >> oh, no. an outcry was happening. i have never seen numbers of unity among the people saying we don't want to do this. it was reflected in congress's position, too. that was a big development. >> on the other hand, he went behind the backs of the t israelis and saudis and made a deal negotiating with iran who i don't trust, who i think are on their way to making a nuclear weapon. >> this is the decline of america and the presidency that's failing. around the world we are losing respect, influence. you're right about iran. there was a red line that was crossed. look at what's happening in ukraine now. bottom line, we are losing the russians and chinese are winning. we are more divided than ever before. amy was right about how the scandals played out here. around the world we have become something of a laughingstock.
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why wait for the new models? sleep train's year end clearance sale is on now. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed! ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ welcome back to the special edition of hannity. 2013 in review. we have already counted down the big storieses of t year. now it's time to focus on the scandals. thanks to the bumbling obama administration, quite a few to choose from. unfortunately we have to narrow the list down to five. here's what we came up with. >> the nsa specifically targets
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the communications of everyone. it ingests them by default. collects them in the system. >> does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> it does not. >> not wittingly. >> even if you are not doing anything wrong you are being watched and recorded. >> you have gotten into who they might be googling. you have gotten into who they might be e-mailing. what else do you feel you can get. >> with respect to the government subpoena of phone records at the associated press, i'm troubled by the notion that our government would pursue such a broad array of media phone records. >> this was done in secret. these a.p. reporters didn't know that these lines were being tapped. >> journalists should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs. our focus must be on those who
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break the law. >> i don't know what happened there with the interaction between the a.p. and the justice department. i was recused from the case. >> we cannot allow the fbi or this administration to deny the congress access to vital information to tell the story of benghazi. >> the whole issue of talking points frankly throughout the process has been a side show. >> we have had a has sieve cover-up. >> we had four dead americans because of a protest or because of guys out for a w decided to kill americans? what difference, at this point, does it make? >> we care and the american people care and the fanls of the four brave american who is sacrificed their lives unnecessarily. they care. >> the irs admitted to targeting conservatives. >> if, in fact, irs personnel were intentionally targeting conservative groups then that's outrageous.
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>> who gave the orders? where did this come from? >> can you hear us now? >> i certainly didn't know anything about the i.g. report. >> my question isn't who will resign. my question is who is going to jail over this scandal? >> if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. in you like your health care plan, you will be with able to keep your health care plan. what we said was you could keep it. if it hasn't changed since the law hases passed. >> the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to people and let them keep what they've got. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves this is this situation based on assurances they got from me. >> sound off on facebook and twitter throughout the hour. we bring back our studio audience. here you have the irs scandal,
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nsa, benghazi. >> the nsa was key. that was a moment when barack obama lost people on the left who care about civil liberties and privacy. it wases key because the libertarian wing of the party, the rand pauls were able to defend civil liberties. it was an opportunity to define which party is standing up for privacy rights. if not this administration who can we look to? it was a rising moment for the libertarian wing. we also learned we are lied to a lot. how many think we are lied to throughout the year? you are hesitant. >> i'm hesitant about the use of the word "t lie". >> if you like your plan you can keep it. benghazi was because of a youtube video. >> i don't like the word lie when it comes to george bush or barack obama. i think we need to have a civilized discussion about the problems of this country including the ones we have been
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seeing. >> noah works at mediaite and i know if i tell a lie -- >> we're watching you. >> that come my guy after me all the time. >> that's his job. >> thas good for us. did the president lie this year? >> he does but i share your concern of the use of the word lie. but there were a lot of misleading statements. of the scandals you listed each is simmering in the background. they will be a factor with the exception of the a.p. scandal involving journalist records. that was addressed immediately, comprehensively. the doj opened up back channels to the press and created a way to air grievances that weren't so public. that one got to them. >> don't think the effect is that the press is scared to death with justification about what could or will happen? i am. >> you're a democrat. did the president lie? >> the president's credibility has been put in question with
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action and words that can't be explained. >> tamara holder, you started as a staunch believer. barbara walters was quoted as saying about the presidency, we thought he would be the mess messiah. >> i don't think anybody should think somebody else will be the messiah. the problem is the divided nature, specifically just the panels that we have. we are fighting about the problems of 2013. what can we do together as a nation because barack obama has been with -- why can't we have the issue where we can all agree on certain things like should pe pre-existing condition bs covered? all of the problems. >> how do we have that debate when you have a president that will not allow a debate on
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health care though everything he sold us isn't true. >> he was re-elected in -- >> so was the congress. they were re-elected. >> the economy lost. he didn't put a good argument forward. >> there was a check and a balance. >> so i'm asking youment do we impeach probe? >> did anyone hear that? i didn't say that. >> what's your solution? we have two visions for the country. you have the obama version. i have the hannity version. >> you have big government. >> you have people who believe in the free market and the private sector. when republicans argue for purchasing insurance across state lines they are not being heard because big government advocates -- >> take us out. >> one of the favorite mistruths if we are not saying lie, of progressives is there are no alternatives to obamacare. obamacare is terrible. they will admit that much.
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but no obamacare supporter will confess that there are alternative plans that have been introduced in congress. we should be talking about those plans. talk about coming together. we're ready. >> i'm ready. >> you're not ready. what would you talk about? this is about scandals, lies, conspiracies and crazy stuff. >> on a serious note it's a tough year when the kids are lied to about keeping the plan and doctor. when our government spies on us when we are not aware of it. this is the united states of america. we have constitutional rights to privacy. we'll take a break. i'm sorry. we'll come back and continue. coming up, the list you don't want to miss or see your name on. the countdown of the top five losers of 2013. that's beside everybody on nbc news. news. [ laughter ] smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq,
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welcome back to this special edition of "hannity" as we continue to countdown. we now look at the top five big losers of the year. here they are. >> these allegations are ridiculous. >> i didn't use crack cocaine nor am i an addict of crack cocaine. >> yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> when, sir? >> do i?
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am i an addict? no. have i tried it -- >> when did you -- >> probably in a drunken stupor. >> i said other texts and photos were likely to come out and they have. >> you're my judge? >> i didn't do what you did. >> what rabbi said you're my judge? >> is anyone truly qualified for a dose of discipline then she would be the outstanding candidate. i want to take this opportunity to say i'm sorry to mrs. palin. >> you want to apologize to her on camera? you asked her a question? i asked you a question. get the [ bleep ] out of here. you're f you're here when my wife and kid come out you will have a problem. >> the guy went to school, never broke a law. raised a wonderful family. good husband, good father. i don't know what they are afraid of him for but he happens to be black. >> would have started october 1? >> i probably would have done a slower launch maybe with fewer
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people. >> i take responsibility. nobody is more committed to getting this right. i'm determined to leave the state department and our country safer, and more secure. >> hindsight is 20/20, always accurate and easy to do that. i have to run an agency of 116,000 people. we do the west we can. >> on the website i was not informed directly that the website would not be working. the way it was supposed to. had i been informed i wouldn't be going out saying, "boy, this is going to be great". >> those are the top five losers of 2013. winners this the next segment. you can continue to facebook and send your comments, tweets, # hannity and allison, who is the biggest loser? >> out of them the big loser is the american people. this was a revelation to them. to see the same president that was willing to see the
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government shut down because republicans in congress were going to delay obamacare turned around and delayed obamacare himself alone without congress, bamboozled people. you wonder why we have disapproval ratings of the president. no one trust it is government. 2013 was a rough year for the station. the american people lost. >> we were talking about whether or not obama was the biggest loser, is collapsing. i think his view of liberalism which is that government can do big, great, wonderful things. that was the biggest loser of 201. the website revealed that even if you have everything set up, all the votes in for pushing the legislation through, when you have to implement it and get started it fell apart. i think his vision of government really lost in 2013. >> i think the biggest problem is those that continue to defend
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the irs scandal, to prevend like it is not a problem. to write off and apologize for an intrusive government. >> you say the media that covers for him? >> i don't agree with with a lot but when the nsa scandal happens, he called it. i don't understand people who continue to to defend obamacare. who continue to defend the irs scandal. i was one of the people targeted. don't tell me that was not malicious intent on the part of people who thought i was their political opposition. it's morally reprehensible. >> one of the biggest losers is your voice which is half gone. >> i agree. i think the american people are the biggest losers. the fact that 85% of the country wanted changes in gun control and republicans voted against it. as we get into the end of the t year, early next year the president is winning. after the shutdown things are actually getting done. >> getting done?
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>> we have a budget. >> a budget that's going up. a budget with that's headed to 25 trillion in debt on top of the # 0 trillion in unfuntded liabilities. >> we can all agree the roll out wasn't the best, right? >> the plan isn't the best. >> congress didn't allow us to enforce the laws. the insurance companies aren't allowing us -- >> oh, it's their fault. >> so people are losing insurance. >> todd, fox news radio. >> i believe president obama is the biggest loser here. this is a man whose administration tried to audit billy graham, for crying out loud. this is the man who tried to make politics and play politics out of the george zimmerman trial. this is a man with a ron burgundy problem. put it on the teleprompter and he'll say it.
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should have been a question mark, not a period. >> i think everybody can agree the biggest losers are the young people. i teach at a college. try to get a college education this year. if you are not of means, not wealthy. they are going to be paying for our failure to make tough decisions on the economy. i am a supporter of obamacare. >> you have been on this program defending this monstrosity. >> i defend it. wu the truth is -- >> the young people are losing in this. >> they are. they are paying for the old, sick and uninsured. why do you support that. >> i support obamacare. they need help. >> cbo says -- >> it's better than republicans offered. >> under obamacare 30 million americans still remain uninsured. >> you said is president obama
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the messiah? no. young people are the as a yor of the plan. we can add -- >> i love how you don't include me. the old guy with gray hair. >> we're not stupid. it rests on our backs. sheer celebrity wasn't going to sell us on a bad deal. >> thi they are saying to go home at christmas and tell the kids to sign up. >> in a onesie. >> i can see the kids throwing the turkey wings. >> covered to 26 at least. >> we have to take a break. >> where was miley cyrus? >> she was twerking. we'll come back. now that the losers are out of the way, time to meet the top five winners. that includes all of the audience. did you make the cut? coming up next.
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welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." 2013 in review. we listed the big losers of the t year but now it's time for the top five winners 2013. watch this. [ cheers and applause ] >> i was pleasantly surprised you accepted the the invitation. >> only because of you. >> thank you. that's very kind. >> i mean, you're about to head out to pasture. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> just want to see what you look like before you got to the gate. >> that's kind. thank you very much. >> we thousand know which athlete sports illustrated picked as the sportsman of the year. they picked denver broncoss quarterback peyton manning of the first family. his stats this season have been off the charts. ♪
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>> why is it important to educate our people? because we don't want to go down the same pathway as many other nations who preceded us. i think about ancient rome. very powerful. nobody could challenge them. what happened to them? they destroyed themselves from within. moral decay, fiscal irresponsibility. they destroyed themselves. if you don't think that can happen to america, you get out our books and start reading. >> i intend to speak in support of defunding obamacare until i am no longer able to stand. >> to be bombed in your sleep, there is nothing american about that. there is nothing constitutional about that. >> this fight isn't over. it's just begun.
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in the monthses to come, millions of americans will confront the costs and consequence kwenss of the law. >> we knew obamacare would be unaffordable. now we know it will be unfair. >> now that you have seen the biggest winners of 2013, share your list and do so by visiting our facebook page or send a tweet@sean hannity on twitter. by the way, how many of you thought george w. bush would be hip again? right? he made a big turn around this year. who agrees. peyton manning. who thinks he deserves sportsman of the year? everybody? how about the pope. good choice for man of the year? how many think the pope is liberal? interesting. rachel agrees with me. finally for the first time. >> absolutely. the pope is taking great strides to address inclusion of historically under represented
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people in the church. as a woman and where are the women on the list of amazing winners this year? janet yellen, edie windsor? >> ben carson's speech. did it puncture a hole in the conscious of america's soul? was that a powerful speech? it was not? come on. >> i think he embarrassed himself. you had young people who admired him said they didn't want him speaking at their college. back to the pope. the pope isn't a liberal. the pope read the bible. he's supporting poor people. >> i went the to seminary. render unto caesar that which is caesar's and unto god that which is god's. considering god made everything, caesar gets nothing. go ahead. >> i want to give credit to george bush. i think the american people are finally getting to see his true character. he's a man of integrity.
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he's a classy guy and has a huge heart. finally now that the mainstream media backed off and stopped demon yiezing him we are getting to see the real george bush. they like him. >> one of the things that frustrated me all the years that i is known him and interviewed him is i never felt the media did him justice in terms of showing how much he loved and cared, how passionate he was, how 9/11 changed him. he was not going to let it happen again. >> he carried it on his shoulders. >> every day. >> we saw it throughout the wars in iraq and afghanistan during his presidency. >> absolutely. all true. >> barack obama will look just as good as george bush does now. it's absolutely true. >> 2018, we'll come back and discuss it. let me go to jedediah. we have rand, cruz, marco, mike
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lee. >> new leaders in the republican party that gave people something to believe in. finally people say if we elect people to washington are they going to do the what they said they would do? can we believe in the party again? these guys are giving the establishment a run for their money. good for them. >> i'm with jedediah. >> mike lee, marco rubio particularly ted cruz and rand paul are the best thing that barack obama and the democrats have going for them. if it were not for them, the three-point margin on the congressional vote would be ten points now. bottom line, thank you to the democrats. >> i will concede that what you are saying is right. this is the problem. i don't agree with you. i disagree. but i'm conceding it to make a point. if that's true you're telling me the republican party will stand for nothing. >> it duds stand for nothing. >> and if they don't -- >> the winners have been
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everybody outside of washington. anybody touched by washington was hurt. the winners are governors like chris christie, scott walker. they run the gamut and have a reform platform. that's something to stand on. >> that's what this is about. these men are building the platform for 2016. if they can take the messages that they have been saying, that they have been the foreigners for and they need to transfer it into great policy they can advocate for they have to have solutions. republicans have great ways to do good things for the country. that's what we have the to see coming from washington. >> come january, i'm outlining what the conservative solution agenda for america should be. >> awesome. >> i'm not reinventing the wheel. if we the do they will have an agenda to run on. we know barack obama is awful. what are you going to do to change the world, make it better and put kids to work? >> one more thing on your list.
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sem-sex couples were big winners with the supreme court striking down doma. we'll see how conservatives deal with that in 2014. >> want to handle that? >> i'm turning to pope francis for that one. i love him. >> we'll take a break, come back. when we come back, you will see the top five "hannity" highlights of the year. that wouldn't be complete without this. >> you want a job with msnbc. i've got it. now i know why you came today. >> fox has lower standards. better than a job on fox.
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welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." this year was a memorable one for this program. we shared laughs and we may have
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even earned some minor disagreements here and there. we always tried to leave on a positive note. here are the top five moments of 2013. >> did you follow this health care thing? >> it's a disaster. >> i know. >> but i have figured a lot of it out. >> yeah? >> i figured out the bronze plan. it's what color your finger will look like after you give yourself a prostate exam. >> is it immoral to put -- >> you are immoral. >> i am? what did i do? i didn't do anything. >> you say things that aren't true. >> give me an example, sir. >> to try to say that the it is the president's fault and he's to blame is wrong. it is a lie. >> it's not his fault we have $16 trillion in debt. >> no. >> we didn't had $6 trillion to the debt since he's been president? we did. >> what about the other ten? >> congressman you are a total
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waste of time. i 'm moving on. >> there we go. that's the hunting rifle. >> wow. >> you were a little off on the last shot. that's okay. >> i know. i probably flinched a little bit. >> you were rushing, okay. >> you never shut up like chris matthews either. >> you have patsies on. >> oh, stop it. >> you don't want anybody pushing you on your argument. >> you want a job t at msnbc, i got it. >> fox has lower standards. i would rather have a job on fox. >> want to talk about low standards? do you want to go there? >> welcome to the call center. >> you're on the radio with sean hannity. >> you took my call, answered our questions. the next day what happened? >> they fired me. >> the response today we set up
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a special site e-mail. jobs@hasn jobs@hannity.com. >> yes, sir. >> we'll send you the e-mails and make it right. we appreciate you telling the storiful you didn't deserve this to happen to you. we'll help you out. >> thank you so much. >> all right. we did, in fact, find our friend earline davis a better job. we continue to wish her and her family the best. did we forget any "hannity" highlights? sound off on facebook or twitter. use # hannity. we continue continue with our studio audience the arlene story we got her a better job, on a career track and a year's pay. >> sean would give anyone the shirt off his back. no matter if you believe in his politics he's a great man. he stayed in touch with her, talked to
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yesterday a man collected notes and made a scrap book for her. >> this is how people are wonderful. you don't realize a side story i gave her a year's pay i got her fired then i asked our audience, she got a better job, career track, loves it. benefits. it worked out great. then, my audience started sending her money. nicest notes. so many of them a guy asked for them and made a printed book for her z so that is our christmas gift to her this christmas. >> wonderful. >> you know. i was telling you all this story. now we've got to go back to anthony weiner. all of us are on tv on a regular basis. sometimes, you get off a show, congressman this happened to you. right? you wish, you wish you said something else, i said
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>> democrats will be held accountable if up for reelection. >> peyton manning is super bowl mvp >>. i thought the web site glitches would be fixed i think it will be better but peoples knowledge of obamacare will continue to increase, with it his approval rating. >> rachel? . >> i actually think everything we've talked about is a scandal here will be a blip. obamacare will be insuring tons of people. and we'll see the progress. >> katie? >> i think that republicans fworing to take the senate and prove everyone wrong on obamacare. and change things around to benefit the american people american. >> cleveland indians will be in world series. >> wow. >> usc will beat clemson now. and what are you benching now? 250? you're going to get 275. >> mine is that we're going to
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see another disney kid get into trouble. >> allison? >> i hope more fairness in journalism. it especially for conservative women to speak up. >> that is why i like doing audience shows. young people like you, and it's good to see, and katie. thank you, katie. >> michael? >> college football fans going to be disappointed in post bcs ranking system. everyone going to hate it. >> jennifer? >> two things biggest winners going to be same from this year as last. conservative tea party point of view. big government agenda they're going to continue to prove us right. and -- >> take us out. final prediction? >> final presdmiks >> all broom sticks from the witch hunt in 2013 will have to
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be put away. government being broeng broeken by congress is going to turn around. >> that is all the time we have left. thanks for joining us and happy new year, god bless america. m m m m m m m m m m m m m john . good night from happy new year. god bless america.tos en a disar ♪it i this has been a disaster for the administration. >>i the president was really nailed on this one. >> it's a mess. it's catastrophe. >> if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan, period. j >> the president deliberately at misled. he has a huge credibility problem. >> our focus is jobs. we can walk and chew gum at the same time. >> it's not a game, it's a r. crime. >> it's called the knockout side game. >> there is nothing macho about this. >> i would love to see the g president of the united states y something. >> i m get more grief than the

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