From the December 7 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
LISA KENNEDY MONTGOMERY: It also goes to show you that this administration was really caught off-guard. They were completely caught with their pants down over this massacre. And what I was watching for is, I want to feel better. I actually, I want to feel better about my friends and neighbors. And this morning as I rode the subway to work, I was looking around, and I feel kind of bad saying this, but everyone looked like a terrorist to me. And I don't want to feel that way in my city and in my country. And I want the president, no matter what my party is, I want the president to make me feel better when something so horrific has just happened. I don't think he gave it the proper context. I don't think he gave proper domestic strategy and he certainly didn't give me peace of mind.
HARRIS FAULKNER: We've been tasked with, Stacey, if you see something say something. But it's also if you see something, don't say anything offensive.
STACEY DASH: Right. It's ridiculous. And his speech was an epic fail. It was like when you have to go to a dinner with your parents but you have a party to go to afterwards. That's what it felt like. He was just trying to get through it because he just wanted to go to this event afterwards. I did not feel better. I didn't feel any passion from him, like you said, Andrea. I felt like he could give a shit -- excuse me, like he could care less. He could care less. And here we have 14 people dead. Today is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, okay? His speech should have had a lot more passion. Where is Winston Churchill when we need him, is all I have to say. We are at war. He should have said that. The fact that he said terrorism, we're all excited that he said terrorism. Big deal. What is that going to do? Nothing.