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O'REILLY: All right. They were cheering. That's in Houston, Texas, Dallas, Texas AFL Team.
So, the fans were cheering because Matt Schaub, who's a very good quarterback and has done very well in Houston, --
MCGUIRK: In the past.
MCGUIRK: Not this year.
O'REILLY: He's having a rough year this year. But he's hurt.
MCGUIRK: Yes. No, it's just the disgrace and, you know. I mean, with these guys, the ones -- it wasn't all the fans. It was some of them. The ones who did --
O'REILLY: It was loud enough that you could hear the cheer.
MCGUIRK: Yes, that's right. And they are what totally what rhymes with "astros," which is asinine yoyos. But it's not just Houston that has a problem.
In San Francisco, over the weekend, the 49er fans, they wave while that opposition player was lying injured on the field.
MCGUIRK: It's just another manifestation of the dark side of sports. I hope --
O'REILLY: I don't know if it's the dark side of sports so much as the bread and circuses that has come into America from Ancient Rome.
O'REILLY: I really believe that happening. We're becoming so de- sensitized. And if you don't win right now, you're garbage.
MCGUIRK: Right, right.
GUTFELD: I mean, yesterday, I read a letter -- and this is serious, from a guy who said John McCain was a Communist. I mean, you know, you go, "How is this happening."
MCGUIRK: I heard a guy say John McCain was like the new Hanoi Jane, which is totally offensive.
O'REILLY: I think we're really getting out of control here. All right, my pinheads are across-the-board in the media. Roll the tape.
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE REPORTER: Congress trying to come to an 11th hour- deal just to kick the can further down the road.
BRIAN WILLIAMS, NBC ANCHOR: And what about the fact, Senator, that the solution now kicks the can down the road.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE NEWS ANCHOR 1: I'm against this deal. I think it's a bad deal. This is a kick-the-can-down-the-road deal.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE NEWS ANCHOR 2: There's no structural reforms. There's no cost savings. It's kick the can down the road.
JOHN KING, CNN NEWS ANCHOR: There's no indication, given the policy divide. And, now, they've kicked the can into an election year.
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: Will this -- I mean, we're just kicking the can down the road. Is this all going to happen again.
STEVE ISRAEL, REPRESENTATIVE, NEW YORK (D): Well, you know, Anderson, we are kicking the can. But better to kick the can than to stomp on the can.
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O'REILLY: Now, I'm going to kick some butt.
You, morons, have got to stop this cliche-ridden garbage. You guys are on national television. Stop with the cliches, will you.
I don't want to hear the "goal posts moving." I don't want to hear the "light is at the end of the tunnel." I don't want to see, "We have to have that conversation."
I don't want to hear it. I don't want -- and you're in charge on your dopey show, "The Fox Five."
GUTFELD: Yes, I am.
O'REILLY: If they do that on "The Five," you get up immediately )and stop it.
GUTFELD: I banned this two years ago.
O'REILLY: I heard it on your show this week.