• With: James Carville

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    O'REILLY: And in the "Impact Segment" tonight, as you may know the Obama administration now says the individual mandate to buy Obamacare health insurance will be extended. But just a few weeks ago, the administration was saying this.

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    BRADY: Are you going to delay the mandate that individuals have to buy government approved healthcare or pay a tax?

    SEBELIUS: No, sir.

    BRADY: Are you going to delay the open enrollment beyond March 31st?

    SEBELIUS: No, sir.

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    DAVID GREGORY, NBC NEWS HOST: Can you rule out the idea that the President doesn't delay the individual mandate?

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes I can.

    GREGORY: You can't that will not happen.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That will not happen?

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    O'REILLY: Now, last night on "SPECIAL REPORT", Charles Krauthammer used the "l" word.

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    CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: They were lying when they said it wouldn't change, the deadline wouldn't change. Everyone knew they were lying. And now nobody is surprised that they are lying and nobody really cares about it apparently.

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    O'REILLY: And joining us now from New Orleans to reply Democratic strategist James Carville. I might tell everybody that Mr. Carville believes Obamacare is good for the nation, will eventually work and has said that repeatedly on this program so there's no need to say it again because everybody knows that.

    However, what I do want to say is that Charles Krauthammer came flat out and said they lied. That means intentionally. A lie is when you know you are uttering a falsehood not that circumstances changed.

    JAMES CARVILLE, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Right.

    O'REILLY: And the evidence is pretty tough that maybe they were lying. And you say?

    CARVILLE: I say that what they said was if you had gone to enroll prior to -- March 31st or before that, they'll extend it for two weeks. If I tell my students at Tulane absolutely due on Monday and they come to me and said Professor Carville I started working on it and it's taking a little longer. And I said look ok I'll give to you until Tuesday. Did I lie maybe? I changed my mind.

    O'REILLY: All right they changed their mind.

    CARVILLE: These are for people that change their mind.

    O'REILLY: Ok if I'm the teacher in Tulane because it costs so much money to go there. I impose discipline on the students and I say the paper is due this date and you are going to have it on this day.

    CARVILLE: Right.

    O'REILLY: And if you can't I'm going to take a couple of grades off your paper.

    CARVILLE: Right.

    O'REILLY: That's what I do. Ok now so --

    CARVILLE: That might make me a weak teacher. But it wouldn't make me a liar just making the guy to change their mind.

    O'REILLY: And I can't with a good conscience call Kathleen Sebelius or Mr. Plouffe "liars". I don't know what was in their mind. Now, Charles feels strongly and he did. I can't do it.

    CARVILLE: Right.

    O'REILLY: But I can say that this is the 38th change in Obamacare.

    CARVILLE: Sure.

    O'REILLY: 38.

    CARVILLE: Right.

    O'REILLY: All right? In a law that was passed by Congress.

    CARVILLE: Right.