FIASCO: Not to aggressively…
O'REILLY: No, the legitimate part is to remove a government, which we did, which enabled a terrorist group to declare war on the United States. That's what happened.
FIASCO: Now, that -- that thinking right there...
FIASCO: ...that thinking right there is what I have a problem with because if that -- if that's the case, then that is us…
O'REILLY: You are oversimplifying and bringing a message to people, younger people as I pointed out, who admire you, that is a message that is not true.
FIASCO: So to say that the president of the United States of America, all of them, not just Obama, because I'm not trying to undermine him, and him being a terrorist is just one label. He's many things, like you said. He's a protector. He's a father. He's a mix of other things. Me just recognizing that one particular attribute of him is not me trying to -- trying to undermine him or undermine my constituency or spread lies or spread rumors for the sake of anybody. I don't really care about the GOPs or the Democratic Party. My point is the people, giving the people truth.
O'REILLY: Well, you're misleading the people. You're misleading them.
FIASCO: I'm not misleading the people, sir.
O'REILLY: You are misleading them. Absolutely.
FIASCO: The president of the United States of America is the commander in chief of our armed forces. So it's not -- it's not a lie, as you say.
O'REILLY: So what you're saying is basically -- basically the entire U.S. government and the military attached to it is a fiasco.
FIASCO: If you do want to change the name of the show to "The Fiasco Factor"...
FIASCO: ...we'll definitely license the name out to you. I'll do it for free and take the publicity.
O'REILLY: Do I have to wear the glasses if I do that? Do I have to wear the glasses? Because it's daytime.
FIASCO: Actually, they're prescription.
O'REILLY: OK, great. All right, Mr. Fiasco. Thanks for coming in here.
FIASCO: I appreciate you, Mr. O'Reilly. Have a good day.
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