From the September 15 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
BRAD THOR: Where is the victim here? Why does a man who is a United States marine, and thank you for your service, Coach Kennedy, how is -- how does this hurt these kids? How is this not setting a great example, not only for the players but the members of that community? Here's a man of faith, who is thanking God whether he wins or whether he loses. He's got players who didn't get hurt, this is a great thing. There's nothing bad here.
ANDREA TANTAROS: Because it's the last acceptable form of discrimination in this country. It's against Christianity. I mean, if there was a Muslim player who wanted to bow down, I'm sure the ACLU would jump to his defense and say that he has every right to do it. But we all watch the games, the NFL games, and after they win you see certain groups of players break off. But you brought up a great point, was it you, Sandra, who brought up the cross thing?
And remember how he was ridiculed? I mean, Tebow was ridiculed for giving credit to his lord and savior. It was the most bizarre thing I've ever seen.