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greta will be hosting a panel of business experts. have a great thanksgiving, everybody and good night. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> it is absolutely an attack on women's healthcare. >> same old song from far left zealot sandra fluke. if you are septic call of obamacare, you hate women. when will this stuff ever stop? we have a special report. >> i think the only thing that could be below you is to not have a job. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> go work until you can get the job that you want to have. >> a big tv star preaching self-reliance to american young people. we will take a look at ashton kutcher's campaign. also dennis miller on the knockout violence across the country. the best of watters and another mayor going nuts. >> don't call me mayor. call me [bleep].
because that's what i am. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight on this thanksgiving eve. are you happy with your country? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. no question we live in a divided nation. after five years of president obama wanting to change the nation imposing social justice many americans have had enough. the economy is all wrong. the only reason we are not in a recession because the fed is printing money to prop things up and that is eroding the value of the dollars we are holding. the national healthcare situation is chaotic to say the least. a recent fox news poll asks are you satisfied with how things are going with america? just 26 percent said yes. whopping 73% no. similar result came from a cbs poll which usually leans
democratic. that that one 27% of americans say we are on the right track. 68% wrong track. so you can see that there is deep disenchantment in the u.s.a. far left is lashing out. >> corporation picking and choosing which types of laws they want to comply with our believe of in this society has always been we protect the religious liberty of individuals in their private lives it is absolutely an attack on women's healthcare. >> ms. fluke objecting to some religious business owners filing suit heard by the supreme court because they are being forced to fund the morning after pill and other forms of birth control. she sees attack on american women. on the right there is no shortage of anger. >> the fact is we are run by
either very foolish or very stupid people. what's going on in this country is unbelievable. our country is a total mess. a total and complete mess. and what we need is leadership. >> the divide between democrats and republicans is so great that only a huge event will be able to breech it. we had that on 9/11 when americans united against the terror attack. now we have another shock. the impending collapse of obamacare if that happens and that's a big if because the president will use all his power to prevent the law from imploding, but, if he fails, independent voters will swing to the right. and the republican party will reemerge with a powerful mandate. that will not stop the political hatred but it will give another philosophy a chance to turn america around economically and solve some vexing problems like healthcare and immigration. so while thanksgiving should be a day of reflection, big change may be in the air.
some of us will be thankful if that change happens. and some of us will not be. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. what about americans who are unhappy with their lives and their country? with us now dr. -- a psychiatrist in private practice fox news contributor. how often in your experience, dr. ablow, does the private angst merge with the public angst? say you are a happy person in private life but you really like trump is fed up with the country and really depressed about it. how does that impact? >> in this case, bill, it impacts very significantly. and many people are more sour on their own existences, depressed even because of what is happening in the region. the reason is this isn't just about a calamity. this is about a message from washington. that you ought not practice a ton my. that you are not the master
of your destiny, that you need help in order to make the right decisions and you are gonna have to buy things that we want you to buy, like healthcare insurance, even if it isn't the best product or the one you would choose. a disempowering message from the government. just like one from a family is depressing. >> how do you see it? >> i think people are more unhappy about their individual states but i do think it has a lot to do with what is going on in the country which is trouble in the economy, when people don't have money, they feel like they don't have power and they feel helpless and that is frightening. i think people are frightened about a lot of the violence that's going on right now. what's happening with guns right now and feeling helpless in terms of most americans wanted there to be better background checks and they couldn't get that through. >> when you look at the population and as you you novi lent crime has fallen now for two decades and gun violence doesn't really effect most people personally while the economy does as you pointed out. they see it, they see it on tv. >> i would disagree with you. i would say that seeing on
tv mass shootings like newtown and like the colorado movie theater, while it doesn't happen to most americans, it is so present in their living room. >> really? you think so? i don't know one person, i have to say. i don't know one person in my set and my set is working class. it's not she she manhattan people. i don't know one person worried about guns. not anybody. all right, now, dr. ablow, when you see these polls, all right, you you see that two thirds, let's be fair, two thirds of americans right now, according to the polling, are disenchanted with the country. they don't think the country is doing what it should do. president obama is taking the heat for that, he is the leader. okay. now, can that become a personality disorder and hear me out here. i herein ventriclive on radio and television that is disgusting, hateful. and i think harmful to the people who hear it and i
hear this from both sides. and it's grounded in well, i can call so and so this name because is he hurting the country doing. this how do you process that? >> well, i think that the polarization can weigh on people because they have a sense of impending doom. something has got to give. because, why does something have to give? because, bill, all of this adds up to, regardless of what dr. says, it's not that people are you know, laid low by watching news of new town, it's that they know that they are being called not responsible enough to own guns. that they are not responsible enough to keep a job. >> look, are they being whipped up by the hateful rhetoric? you heard sandra fluke say say if you you are against, you know, you are supporting the religious conviction then you hate women, you are attacking women. i mean, this whips people up. and they do it on the right too, they whip them up,
angry state, like this. i don't know, think that's driving a lot of. this. >> i think it's both. it's it whipping people up with the hateful rhetoric. and telling them if you have an opinion, that makes you a bad person. >> i don't know about that. >> no,. >> wait, wait. >> i think we have lost a certain decorum. certain empathy to stand in the shoes of the person we are screaming at. there is a lot of hateful screaming going on from both sides and i think it also makes us feel kind of helpless and hopeless. no one can come to any agreement. it's like if you are in a family and your parents are arguing all the time, and you can't come to them and say look, this isn't working out for me i need to get something done, sit down with me and help me fix things. they are screaming disfunction nally. >> what does that do to a human being when they hear it and they see it, it makes them depressed? it makes them. what do they do. >> makes them feel hopeless and kind of impotent. there is a phenomenon called learned helplessness,
electrify the bottom of the cage for rats and shot them no matter where they went in the cage. the rats laid down. >> everybody would. >> not at all. i think nationally that people are feeling somewhat helpless. >> give you last word ablow, keep it pithy, man, go ahead. >> here is the pithy last word there can can be no height of rhetoric too high when you have a guy in the corner office who wants to, in a wholesale way, disengage us from our freedom domes from what is meant to be american. >> from entrepreneurship and from empowerment. this disempowerment president is creating depression in people who are being told not to actualize their ownselves. that's depressing. >> doctors, thanks very much. we appreciate it next on the run down self-reliant. tv star ashton kutcher everywhere is preaching that we will take a look at his campaign. later, best of watters world. also, dennis miller not happy about the iran deal. the factor is coming right back.
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i need your timesheets, larry! exact segment tonight. as you know most celebrities in this country with the exception of the country music people are kind of liberal. i submit that's because they want to work and those who hire in the entertainment industry are often left wing. but one tv star ashton kutcher has begun preaching self-reliance to young americans. >> i talk to some of my friends and they don't want to get a job at starbucks or they don't want to get a job at wherever because they feel like it's below them, and i think the only thing that could be below you is to not have a job. >> go work until you can get the job that you want to have. >> all right. right on, ashton. joining us now from washington to react. republican kate obenshain and democrat kirsten powers, fox news analyst. so we asked mr. kutcher, whatever he is, i can't say his name. we asked him to come on the program. i don't know we are chasing
him around or something. we hope he comes on. kirsten, do you think the obama administration in general is promoting self-reliance? are they promoting self-reliance in washington? >> well, i don't think what he he was talking about was. >> no, no i'm just asking you about it. i'm asking you. >> i don't think any president in recent history has really promoted self-reliance. >> calvin coolidge and ronald reagan both did. >> in recent history for me is really not ronald reagan. but my point is i don't think it's the government's -- this isn't about the government. i think what he was talking about is people being more. >> you don't think the obama administration is he promoting. >> dependent on parents not the government. >> i will take it as a no that you don't think the obama administration is -- >> -- but i don't think that they are not. i don't think they are or are not. i just don't think that that is the role of the government it to promote self-reliance. >> i do.
if i were president i would be running around saying. >> you would be cutting everybody's benefits and starving them to death? >> i would have that scarfing to death gool log wouldn't give them any food. you know that i would encourage people who did get a little food to work hard. okay, now, kate, what mr. kutcher is saying to younger people you have got to work yourself up. you have got to start at the bottom as i did. i don't know but, ladies, but i started way at the bottom. and you shouldn't be whining about it. i think that's a worthy message. i disagree with kirsten, i think the government should promote that. >> i think the government should do from the bully pulpit. this government, this administration is doing the exact opposite. i mean, we can't sit here and ring our hands about the decreasing self-reliance and independence of individuals without looking at the cause of that which is obviously the decreased emphasis on growth and economic opportunity in the private sector. right now we have seen this massive expansion of the public sector. and the massive expansion of
dependency. >> let me challenge you here for a minute. we had a president, bush the younger who was certainly a la -- let the marketplace run wild. under that president, the economy collapsed because the private sector turned into gangsters and they sold -- they sold investments that were worthless and they cheated the public. okay? so, -- >> -- oh, come on. >> that's exactly what happened. that's exactly what happened. >> well, because of -- because, bill, of government policies that told banks they must make loans -- >> -- oh, please. >> to people who had no hope of ever paying those loans back. >> we all know this. >> bush's fault. >> it's actually the government's fault getting involved and inserting itself improperly that caused that meltdown. >> no government forced any bank to do anything. they did it because they thought they could make money. >> that's not true, bill. >> you give me a name of a bank, kate. that forced the federal government to sell bogus paper.
give me the name. bill banks with a told if they didn't start cutting off if i can minorities couldn't afford these mortgages they would be penalized. that's not some big secret that i'm coming and revealing on national television. my point is, that was a government injecting itself. >> i will cede you this point. they were encouraged not forced. they were encouraged to do this. >> no. they were. >> on the united states at the time was george w. bush. >> i'm sorry, bill, but that was not caused by -- >> -- jimmy carter. >> we're going adrift. let's get back to ashton. that's the most important thing. this country would be much stronger if the country was like me and painted houses and drove a cab and did whatever i had it do to get through boston university and started in scranton, pennsylvania. scranton, pennsylvania.
all right. and worked my way up. all right. if everybody would do that, we wouldn't need all of these welfare programs. we wouldn't need all of this stuff. right? >> there is two different things we are talking about. >> no, no. talk about what my question is. >> i worked at wendy's when i was in high school. >> good. >> i worked my way up. i temped when i graduated from college because there weren't a lot of jobs. i was always working. i agree that's a really important thing. i don't think it has anything to do with the government though when we are talking about middle class -- >> -- encourage. >> parents coddling them. it is their parents that are coddling them. >> there is some of that but it's a public policy deal. >> no, two different groups of people. people getting welfare and then there are these kids who are middle class and upper middle class kids living off their parents and that's what ashton kutcher is talking about. >> stepping in and saying they are children until they are 26 years old. look, obama gave a speech at arizona state university where he told young people that pursue success revealed
a poverty of ambition. that's a quote. arizona state university. it's this mind set, it's the occupy wall street mind embraced by obama we are on your side. this motion that the government can take care of you. that you can't do it on your own. it is disastrous. >> he has that mind set. the nanny state is good. ladies, thank you very much. happy thanksgiving. directly ahead cammeron and rosen. iran doesn't seem very grateful over the nuke deal and once again attacking the augers. best of watters world our intrepid correspondent causes trouble everywhere he goes. those reports after these messages. [ male announcer ] introducing new fast acting advil. with an ultra-thin coating and fast absorbing advil ion core™ technology, it stops pain before it gets worse.
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attacking the u.s.a. after we made a nuke deal with them. rosen, what's this -- attacking 35 seconds after we make the deal they are already verbally attacking? about what? >> what they are really saying is that the united states and the obama administration is misrepresenting the deal that was finalized in geneva amongst the united states, its allies and iran this past saturday and to a certain extent the iranians are are right. they are claiming that this piece of paper, effectively concedes to iran the right to enrich uranium. despite the fact that there have been half a dozen united nations security council resolutions over the years which carry the weight of international law that has commanded they stop immediately enriching uranium. >> let me stop you. they ken rich up to 5% but i don't think the u.s.a. is denying that. is it? >> well. no but the united states is saying we never gave them any right to enrich but as part -- this is a six month deal. all the terms expire at the end of the sixth months. during the six months they try to hammer out a final permanent deal.
as part of the goal post for that time deal, the united states said that iran is going to have an enrichment program that is mutually defined. they are effectively conceding a right tone rich to iran but not saying so iran is saying they are misrepresenting. >> what about the feel inside the state department which you cover and other people inside foreign affairs realm. do you think they the united states got hosed and iran won? generally speaking? >> generally speaking yes, for the reason i just explained in which i succeeded at boring you, the united nations security council has said this is the law. you can't do this anymore. now, iran comes out of this meeting saying, guess what, we get to do it for the future. >> i got it so they overrode, they gave iran the right tone rich at a 45% margin which the u.n. had not done in the past. so let me. >> lead me make one more point, bill, what had been described to me as being in
the mix and on the table for these negotiations by sources close to it who were briefed on it was that the united states and its allies were going to say to the iranians you know what? you can keep your 19,000 centrifuges, 75% of which have been installed since the obama biden team came into office. you can keep your 19 thowrmings centrifuges you just will not have the ability to have the indigenous use for the uranium that you enrich. in other words, you can't use uranium you enrich forever your own program. you have got to ship it out. if you want any enriched uranium you have to buy it from russia. that was abandoned and the united states did not press for that in a lot of senses, yes, iran did walk away a winner from this deal. >> prevailing wisdom according to the rosen source is that iran got the better deal. all right. face fair enough. all right, cammeron, let's go over to you. as you know president obama is in california trying to whip up sentiment for the immigration deal. everybody tells me there is no way that deal is ever going to get done in 2014 that this is all political posturing. is that true?
>> well, it's going to be very difficult to get anything done in 2014. absolutely nothing that's going to get done this year happy thanksgiving, bill. it's going to be incredibly slow walk. the senate passed comprehensive immigration bill over the summer. speaker boehner and g.o.p. in the house argue massive legislation like perhaps obamacare often create massive headaches and bad problems for the government. they want to break it up and tackle it sort in separate bills. one for border security. one for work visas and things like that. the sticking point is going to be as it always has been the path of citizenship for undocumented immigrants who are already here. if the g.o.p. ever brings that up, it will come absolutely last and there are a whole bunch of other priorities first like dealing with obamacare, like dealing with the threat of a government shutdown which is now just six weeks from now. >> but i want you -- >> -- the debt ceiling. that's going to go quarterly. every quarter going to face that through next year and impose immigration on top of it. >> make a prediction, will there be any kind of new immigration law passed in
2014 before the mid terms? >> yes, but it won't be immigration largely a republican sponsored bill out of the house and the senate will go along with. piecemeal on boehner's terms. it's not going to be a whole big deal. it will be a few small steps. thank you very much. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. dennis miller on iran. knockout violence and the president getting money from hollywood big shots. but, next, the best of watters world, you might want to tape this segment. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. flnk relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®.
watters world segment tonight. almost frightening that jesse watters is becoming a national celebrity. no one can quite figure out why that's happening. so, tonight, we decided to run some previous watters confrontations so we can all figure it out. ♪ ♪ >> if hillary is elected president, bill is going to be back in the white house. >> we'll miss him in chappaqua. is he a man in the town here. >> now when hillary clinton was secretary of state, what do you think her main accomplishment was? >> i thought that having will thing negotiate. >> negotiate, what? >> i forgot what i was going to say. what was i saying?
>> what is sexy according to you? >> sexy is smart. >> brains are sexy you are saying? >> i think so. >> because i'm really smart? >> i wouldn't know that just looking at you. >> ha ha ha ha ha, shut up. >> the helmet you are wearing, is that sexy? >> sure, why not? >> are you worried about this ricin situation? >> no. >> you are not worried about ricin? >>. no. >> do you know what ricin is? >> no. [ buzzer ] >> rising? >> ricin. >> i don't know -- >> the iranians, what are they doing that's disturbing everybody? >> i don't think they are doing much, i think we are over there. making them mad, man. [ buzzer ] >> [ laughter ] do you think there is bias in the press at all? >> do i think there is bias in the press? i have no idea. i don't know. what do you think? >> i think it's a little
left. >> i'm going to go right then. >> mr. bill o'reilly has a quick question for you. >> thank you very much. nice to see you guys. have a good night. >> how much money you can make dancing? >> on a good night you can walk away with $500. >> 700. >> $700 for one night. maybe i should be a stripper? >> you are not worth $300. >> i don't know if i'm built for that? >> you are cool. >> i'm cool? >> yeah. >> i mean, that thing is good. >> take that to the bank. >> a star is born. >> do you ever just cut loose and go hit the sphrawnts afterwards and just tie one on? you are in new york. what else would you do after the meeting? ♪ what is love, lady don't hurt me. have you found romance here in new york? >> romance here? >> romance? >> with the ladies? striking out? things will pick up.
>> i go to mit, massachusetts institute of technology. >> i know what that stands for. >> i'm smart and i want respect! >> what's your major? >> machine tool technology. >> what are you going to work on? >> machinists. >> ever find a professor sometimes try to change your minds about politics? >> at the united states air force academy there are still very many very liberal individuals. >> you are kidding? >> they get a little bit offended when you are conservative and it's like hey, it's just the way i am made. >> this is awful. >> what do you mean? >> put it down. it's not cool not hip at all. >> i'm positive. >> what do you think harry reid does. >> he reads. >> i like it one comment. >> harry? >> harry, i don't know.
you got to stop thinking about it. >> do you think this is a ruse to see your classmates nude. >> no there are other ways to see your classmates nude. >> i feel bad about my weight sometimes. >> so do i, jesse. >> you don't need to though. do youdo your parents know you participated in nudity in school? >> they do now. >> say hi dad. >> hi daddy. >> what do you do for a living. >> i'm a teacher. >> do you love your body? >> yeah. >> are you sure about that? >> i like the way you talk. >> okay. okay. you are a hedon chauvinistic kind of guy. >> i forget what that is. i'm from south brooklyn. you have to break that down
to me. >> is it cold in here? >> not to me. >> yes. >> temperature is. >> why are you wearing a pink shirt? >> trying to fit in here it's flesh color. >> i don't like to get naked in front of another man. >> are you concerned about the debt? >> i think that -- um. >> welcome to the no spin zone. oh, the whole world is the no spin zone. >> this is actually watters world. >> you went with watters world, a reference to one the most lowest movies of all time. that's pretty good. >> i have never seen it but i have two t's in watters, that's the difference. >> i think that means it will be a success. >> i love it when a plan comes together. ♪ >> all right, just a heads up. watters will have a special report on the canadian healthcare system on monday's factor. sounds boring but it's not. trust me. we come right back, it will be miller time, iran knockout violence and
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in order to go vis my family, which means lot to me. is a really big deal.u with aches, fever and chills- there's no such thing as a little flu. so why treat it like it's a little cold? there's something that works differently than over-the-counter remedies. prescription tamiflu attacks the flu virus at its source. so call your doctor right away.
tamiflu treats the flu in people 2 weeks and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing, have serious health conditions, or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or signs of unusual behavior, stop taking tamiflu and call your doctor immediately. children and adolescents in particular may be at an increased risk of seizures, confusion or abnormal behavior. the most common side effects are mild to moderate nausea and vomiting. so don't wait. attack the flu virus at its source. ask your doctor about tamiflu, prescription for flu. >> thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the miller time segment tonight. let's get right to the sage of southern, california before he begins cooking
thanksgiving dinner tomorrow in san da barbara. miller, i can see you with the apron on and basting, basting the turkey. >> i have a little apron that says the spin starts here as i make my cake batter. we're eating the traditional miller thanksgiving feast which is turduck' a duck inside a chicken inside new jersey governor chris christie. that's our regular thing take a long time to heat up. >> i would say to all our fans and listeners out there, please don't talk over politics over thanksgiving with your family. for god's sake these people are inept down there. take one day off, don't discuss politics with loved ones. >> that's good advice. >> we have tried to book a bolder fresher show in iran
and threatened with beheading if we cross the border. what do you think of the deal that was made? -saul charles krauthammer equate to munich. this is sort of like the lieu broke for ernie trade in the early 1960's. maybe that doesn't even make it for kids. this is sort of like when the drummer for napster or othe drummer for me tack tall lick can a sued napster. that's how bad it is. i never thought i would be able to have a set of circumstances that would allow me to say this outloud in public, bill. but things are so screwed here on the home front iran getting a nuke is the least of my problems the consensus is there wasn't much of a deal. now, this knockout game business a lot of viewers
say don't call that game to diminish the violence attached to it. this is what it has been labeled to the internet. this why those idiot kids are going out to hurt people and then put it on the net. what do you think about this? >> well, let me take it back to the last topic real quickly and say is israel expected to anti-up and prove they are civilized by taking figuratively speaking one sucker punch to get the game going from mad mennenned n. iran? i don't think they are. i think this is one less phone call for bb netanyahu to make when it's go time. and i don't think people over here owe it to be sucker punched by somebody, fall down and potentially end their life to prove they are more civilized than the people that are sucker punching them. that's absolutely crazy. now, i know liberals fancy the future as a walton two type utopia. but i always thought this. when you don't have any rules and nobody is paying any attention to any rules. it doesn't yield walton. it yields anthony clockwork
orange. except nowadays they are so whiney they won't go to a milk bar because they are lactose intolerant. this is preapocalyptic here. i'm just hoping that something who is doing the punching gets hurt before somebody who is getting punched gets hurt. if that makes me a bad guy a reactionary, so be it. >> you know, to be serious for a moment. the worse thing about this is, this random violence committed overwhelmingly by young black males is that it is your fault, miller, and my fault. our ancestors may have held slaves and we are the oppressive white power structure is responsible for all of this stuff. that still is a big ten net of the liberal philosophy in this country. it makes me sick. >> all i'm saying is if you are one of the kids going up to a 70-year-old woman and punching her in the side of the face, don't you dare put it on me, you coward. >> that's right. coward is exactly the right word.
finally, the president in l.a. this week raising money for a bunch of different stuff. were you invited to any of the swaree, miller. >> more fundraiser than a pbs cfo with a hidden cocaine problem for god's sake. take a day off. maybe if you are going to do some of these fundraisers don't do them for democrats. do to pay down the national debt. if this guy did half these hundred-dollar raisers to pay down the debt. biffley, we would be in the black right now. no, it's not racist. i'm saying it's a business -- operating at a profit. >> racist. >> all right. i can't even make my point, bill. i'm sorry. things are uptight. >> do these guys follow you around santa barbara? they go everywhere with you now? >> well, it's the pc police and they work tight, billy. they are right off your wing the whole day. >> dennis miller, everybody.
happy thanksgiving to all millers. >> happy thanksgiving to you, bill. >> next week. miller and i will announce the bolder fresher show for 2014. trying to visit every part of the country. i have just one more show this year. that will be a week from tonight, wednesday, december 4th, high school out on long island. it's a fundraiser for quality education. we will talk about the factor, my books, tickets can be had on bill o'reilly.com. very easy we will get them to you fast. they make great early christmas gifts. so please check it out. on deck, another crazy mayor, but this one is in the u.s.a. wait until you see this upcoming. [ male announcer ] this december, experience the gift of exacting precision and some of the best offers of the year [ ding! ] at the lexus december to remember sas event. this is the pursuit of perfection.
politicians. take a look at the mayor of new york arrested for dwi. >> don't call me sir. don't call me sir. >> mayor is, that better. >> don't call me mayor call me [bleep] that's what i am. >> i'm not going to call you that. >> when i'm right here in handcuffs, [bleep] >> leave me alone, jason. >> no problem. >> leave me alone. you guys don't like me leave me the [bleep] alone, man. leave me alone. leave me the [bleep] alone, man. leave me alone. >> i think he wants to be left alone. here now to explain further fox news anchor and attorney jamie colby. mayor gordon jenkins. >> yeah. >> he is an independent? >> he is now. he has been everything. he started a republican and then he ran as a democrat and now he ran as an independent. >> you talked to him. >> i did. he says he has an open door policy. he will talk to inin. we talked for 20 minutes. he said this is all a misunderstanding. is he mayor that keeps getting in trouble because the police don't like him. he won't approve overtime and increase their budget.
he says this is all a misunderstanding. >> was he drunk? >> he insists to me he was not drunk but caught driving away from an accident. he checked out to make sure everyone was okay. serve. no dash cam video unfortunately. >> how about a breathalyzer? >> he refused to take it it refused a blood test. >> in new york state you refuse, that means you are guilty, right? >> he has been charged he will go back to court december 6th. he also has two other arrests to his record. all misdemeanors. he was supposedly selling fake nikeys out of his hip hop store in town. >> most mayor does that sell fake shoes, don't they fake mayors? bloomberg know. >> big slurpees, i pled guilty to that. >> he pled guilty? >> to it a felony. he took the misdemeanor, he would have to leave being mayor. >> he can still be mayor, pleading guilty to misdemeanor selling fake nikeys? >> as many times as he wants. >> month sell low new york in the cass kills good luck.
>> if you are watching tv over thanksgiving, you may see this commercial, go: i intend to speak in spartan of defunding obamacare. critics tried to smear and silence crewing senator cruise withstood the criticism, showing the courage of his convictions and stood up for the american people. >> so who paid for ad and why did they bother? >> a small group of tea party conservatives are spending $50,000 running in 12 markets. not including dallas and houston. san antonio. nationally after the first of the year. the question is how much impact will this t. have. >> rich lowry about obamacare being bad for millions of americans. he read and red for 21 hours all these things, green eggs and ham, a lot of people feel that it didn't really accomplish that much. in fact, john mccain feels it's very divisive in the
party. >> this group, they are paying 50,000 and they are going to continue it because they are trying to make senator cruz a leader, the leader of the tea party? what are they trying to do? >> framing him to be a hero where they are concerned. but the question is what has he really accomplished in terms of obamacare? >> let's let the audience decide that. i think that's the fair way to do it? >> 100%. >> it's fascinating they are setting up the senator, i believe to be the fails of the tea party. i think he is going to be that. he has got competition from rand paul. jamie colby, everybody, thanks for coming. in happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving to you. >> factor tip of the day. the best christmas music, the best christmas music according to me. the tip moments away. [ male announcer ] introducing new fast acting advil. with an ultra-thin coating and fast absorbing advil ion core™ technology, it stops pain before it gets worse. nothing works faster. new fast acting advil.
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if you want signed copies for christmas go to billoreilly.com right now. that's because next week we have to stop taking orders for signed books because we have so many. if you become a premium member you get any one of my bestselling books free of charge. you can give the premium membership as a gift. this is a great deal. you get a book and a membership. now the mail. bart from ireland. bill, is there a notice at fox news that employees must insult president obama every day? to your credit you don't do that. with the controversy over sarah palin i have been paying attention to personal attacks on this network but in truth i haven't seen many. i haven't. sampson val sampson, republic of panama. bill, americans plan to spend 50% more this christmas season. no matter how bad fox news say it is economy is it powers ahead and the debt has been slashed in
half. does delilah know you wrote that? the deficit has been cut because of forced spending cuts by republicans and higher taxes by democrats. americans won't spend 50% more this christmas sh not even close. rick from ohio. your guy, obama, promised he would get to the bottom of the irs scandal but no one is investigating. is he a liar yet? first of all, i believe the president will be stunned when he finds out he's my guy, rick. secondly, you can call the chief executive anything you want, but i can't. i have a responsibility to be responsible even if the circumstantial evidence backs you up, which it does. curtis, north richmond hills, texas. bill, the tell me university of colorado officialser were monitoring underage drinking at that campus party that went viral. apparently they were not. dr. sean davies, boulder,
colorado. i teach at the university and took offense to your characterization. students might play hard, but they work hard, too. tim o'hara, williamssport, maryland. i want you to know "the kennedys" has broken 5,000 book reviews on amazon. "killing lincoln" is approaching 6,000. i have never seen it before. we appreciate the readers saying good things about the books. in addition, "killing jesus" has about 2500 views already. most are very positive. finally tonight, the factor tip of the day. right after thanksgiving american swings in to christmas mode. so here are my three favorite christmas albums for your consideration. first, the carpenters. i know you will make fun of me. i know it. karen carpenter, the best pure voice of any american female singer i have ever heard.
christmas album is great. second one, james taylor. this guy sings a very mean christmas song. he's got the little hat on and heaven remember it is words. that's a reference to fenway park this year. finally, johnny mathis, a traditional choice. but the man is brilliant. look at the sweater on him. look. those are three great albums. if you want good christmas music, the factor tip of the day gave it to you. i know i will take heat. i have to be honest. i want to wish my jewish viewers a happy hanukkah. have a nice time. get nice gifts. the turkey, the menorah, everything is going on. that's it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor website which is different from billoreilly.com. we'd like you to spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world. o'reilly@fox news.com. name and town, name and town, name and town if you wish to
opine. brand new word of the day. do not be an avetrol. boo, huh? that's a nasty word. nobody will know what that means and you can get away with it. thanks for watching. ms. megyn is next. i'm bill o'reilly. the spin stops here because we are looking out for you. breaking tonight with 72 hours to a critical deadline there is a growing list of signals that obama care is in new trouble. as the administration delays yet another part of the law on the wednesday before thanksgiving. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. we are now just three days away from the obama administration's self-imposed deadline to fix the website millions need to use in the next two weeks or they might not have insurance come january 1. many of those folks had insurance before the law, but it was cancelled as a result of it. tonight a growing number of signs that the obama administration has real fears the site could crash and burn again. it went out for an