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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ >> good morning, current tv fans, here we are preparing to do our little radio show and what a show we have -- yeah that's jim. >> i'm preparing. >> the current executives are watching. karl frisch of bullfight strategies joins us for right-wing world. we have david bender political strategist extrordanaire.
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>> he knows a thing or two. >> he is sitting through it. rick overton in that chair right there. >> yay. >> torie osborn candidate for california assembly out here. >> that's right. she is awesome. >> yeah, awesome. our friends lilly tomlin and hal sparks doing a benefit for her. and i'm wearing my obama momma t-shirt, for there. jacki schechner with a current news update. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. we have new applications for unemployment benefits having dropped to the lowest level they have been in close to four years. the new number is 357,000 down by 6,000. a new poll out this morning has rick santorum out ahead of mitt romney in pennsylvania.
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rick santorum has a 6-point drop. santorum is not on the campaign trail today, but don't read too much into it. today was a scheduled break for him. both of the soda giants have dropped their affiliation with alec, the conservative group that is behind such laws as stand your ground. color of change and common cause, groups that have been pushing them to disengage with alec. and democratic state senator of florida chris smith who got tired of waiting for governor rick stock to take action has started his own task force in florida. and he has also launched a website called
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yesterday. >> yeah. >> these are crappy. >> these are my headphones. i gave you my good head phones. i'm using the crappy ones. what? you need to turn your mike on. >> that would probably be good. you can hardly tell we're major tv stars now. >> let alone radio shows. >> ken writes us how can you do this to me at least a decade before retirement now i need to watch my podcast and listen to my radio. some of us have to work for a living, unlike you do. i love new show.
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[ applause ] >> did he say -- >> perhaps. >> who can tell. all right i -- we have a big show coming up. we have david bender, hour two, comedian extraordinary, rick overton right there. and now it's time to get frisch. karl. ♪ so inviting to me ♪ >> good morning, karl frisch. >> well, well well. you made it to week two. >> right? you spent me lovely flowers last week but said i can't believe al gore hasn't pulled the plug yet. >> i told chris i don't know what the lesbian etiquette is. >> i said my understanding is
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that lesbians don't particularly care for flowers. >> that is not true. >> they like softballs. >> you can tell we classed things up. we are the same mess we have always been. >> yesterday current tv came back from a commercial break focusing on your breakfast. >> it's usually some sort of dinner. i guess it's your way of rationalizing the y in the morning. >> i take leftovers, so there. i am getting ready for the big party as you say. the excitement of romney and glamour of santorum in august. >> we can hardly wait. >> yeah it will be something.
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>> flying through hurricanes like hal did that one time. >> yeah. let's dive into the right-wing world. shawn on the radio. the called the president a thug. >> and because rush limbaugh chooses his words very carefully and in light of recent events, he doesn't want to offend. >> no, he doesn't want any racial tinge to it as all. >> everything he has had a racial tinge it to. >> the president began this unprecedented pre-emptive strike again against the supreme court. you talk about the chicago thuggish intimidating tactics that are routinely employed by the democrats, the president his aids and now the second time he has targeted the highest court in thissing land.
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it is nothing less than an abuse of presidential powers and an innor rant abuse of presidential powers, and a disgraceful one. >> wow, crank up the big outrage machine. turn it up to 11. >> if this is a pre-emptive attack, they have been practicing bush doctrine on the right for decades. >> that's right. >> and to hear him accuse anyone of ignorance geez. >> right. he was referring to 85 years of judicial supreme court precedent like the one under consideration. everyone knows that's not what he meant. he obviously wasn't saying they don't have the right to do it % he was saying, and correctly, that it would be remarkable
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judicial activism wouldn't it. >> i'm still hopeful. i know we progressives like to put our tails between our legs long before we need to. >> right. >> but i was reading the transcripts of the arguments and listening to them. i'm hopeful towards the end the questions changed a little bit. and i saw kennedy giving a little bit of room. >> did you see nancy pelosi not one to put her tail between her legs, thank you, said she is predicting a 6-3 win. >> there's an interesting quirk of supreme court procedure. if chief justice roberts looks at this and decides, well it is going to be 5-4 in favor of keeping the mandate, he can decide to write the majority opinion, and if he does that then maybe we'll finally tailor it so it's not too sweeping but
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that would be a 6-3 decision. >> yeah. yep. all right. mark lavin, this is fun for the soothing voice quality. >> it's one thing for a president to criticize the court once he has a decision. there is no decision to read. he is trying to influence and intimidate, because none of the points he made yesterday or the day before were even legal points. they were absurd points. >> wow, he really elevates the discussion, doesn't he? >> yeah. >> he is never one to intimidate, is he? >> no. >> stephanie miller one of the most popular liberal hosts in america. >> he was mocking it. >> okay. >> he did a romney to that clip.
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>> yeah, they are always accusing us of taking them out of context. i took him out of context. >> my voice takes me out of context. >> we wanted to live up to his expectations. because she is sarcastic. >> he is proof positive you can have a face made for radio and a voice not made for radio, and still have a radio show. >> you are right. he does not have the soothing voice quality of laura ingram. >> i'm not sure the television -- >> not only can you not unhear that, you cannot unsee that. >> no, it's just their ongoing quest to make radio conventions really awkward for me. by doing the laura ingram orgasm. which we don't -- >> it's too early for that.
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never mind. all right. lou dobbs on fox business. >> somehow there has been a leak from the supreme court that this president has advance word of the early vote taken friday and these rather intemp rate i think it is reasonable to say remarks by the president have been motivated by -- by that knowledge. >> oh i see. [ snoring. ] >> lou dobbs is nothing if not a scrappy reporter. >> yeah. >> who digs for the truth. wasn't it he who mere years ago was searching for the president's birth certificate? >> yeah. >> i don't think anybody has an inside track on what the vote is or was. the supreme court is remarkably tight lipped about these situations. >> sarah palin -- must we? >> top of my list is alan west.
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he is a public servant willing to serve for the right reasons. he has served. i really like him. there are so many, shawn, that are out there, and when i talk about going rogue, i want to encourage the gop nominee to not think that they have to go with somebody necessarily safe -- >> no not qualified -- intellectually capable. no. >> for once i finally agree with sarah palin. >> uh-huh. >> i think it was be a tremendous move for mitt romney to pick allan west as a candidate. he can bring the motorcycle gang that have killed people that he has defended. >> yeah. karl frisch a highly paid
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political strategist, that is for free. >> that is for free. i would be willing to help on the selection process. >> you give and give. all right. 17 minutes after the hour. i just saw some screen shots of the current show yesterday. i was not aware they did other cameras on me. that is not a good angle -- stop it. >> do i have nothing in my contract? >> i believe that's the ass cam. >> that's the proctology cam. >> yes. >> did i agree to this? i must have been drunk. >> 17 minutes after the hour. >> the following program is close captioned for the thinking impaired. >> it's the "stephanie miller show." >> we're still on. >> that shot -- what? no. [ laughter ] >> yeah they probably saw your breakfast too. hello current. i saw the camera turn towards
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you. [ laughter ] >> i might break the camera. >> yeah. okay.
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i know this stuff and i love it and i try to bring that to the show.
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♪ [ indiscernible conversation ] >> and we're on. >> oh, thank you. oh, you mean the microphone. >> yes, and that butt cam is hot too. >> which one? >> yeah. >> that one? >> yeah. >> shall i pretend i'm dropping something. >> yes. get that gorgeous butt up in here. [ laughter ] >> all right. we're back.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- stephanie miller ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ >> all right. now we're getting to be out of control, tv stars. >> we are. >> playing to the ass cam. i'm breaking it sean penn wise during commercial break. 1-800-steph-2 the number. karl frisch remains in the side car. >> i have a better idea than alan west for mitt romney's running mate. >> oh? >> i think stephanie should be mitt romney's running mate. it runs in the blood so far. >> yeah. former republican. >> you would be honest to the romney ticket and you would do everything in your power to put him over the edge.
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>> yes, indeed. i would be happy to serve. [ laughter ] >> and there's a history of involving the vp nomination in your family. >> yeah, my dad was friends with george romney. >> dana roche -- >> speaking of soothing voices. >> i am not a pretend supporter like these latter day fascists i don't really like the language they used to describe conservative women. i'm not going to stop them from saying it. progressives use women as prostitutes for votes. >> i'm a prostitute. i'm a vote prostitute. >> does she know what a fascist means? >> no. >> can anybody who is conservative have a radio show? >> i guess so. >> there's enough stations.
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>> i don't know who she was trying to insult calling people latter day fascists -- >> probably the muse mussolini administrations. >> rush limbaugh attacks a private citizen for testifying as a prostitute and a slut and then they have to go one time on a stage somewhere bill mar said this. >> and you realize every person on fox news defended rush limbaugh. >> yeah. it's always the constant equivalent, so and so said this and a commoner on daily coast said this. an anchor on fox news is the equivalent of someone anonymously posting on a blog. >> right. and bill marr not a democrat.
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>> obama has lost them. the old reagan blue collar reagan democrats, not going to worry about them. it is obvious this obama campaign is aimed at the welfare state and what we are affection nately calling the stupid. >> you heard them white people, obama doesn't all y'alls anymore. >> what does he mean by the welfare state? >> yeah. who subtle. >> if anybody wants to know why he sees race in everything, they should ask him. >> exactly. karl frisch delightful week two on the big tv show. >> have a good one. >> all right honey talk to you soon. >> yay karl frisch. >> has a small dog, and david
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shuster, current tv correspondent -- david bender has a new dog that is about the size of my dog's nose. they were playing and it was like a scene out of jurassic park. >> yeah. >> felicia in baltimore. >> hi, stephanie, how are you. i just found out about you monday. and i love you already. >> ah. usually it takes longer. >> you are the smarter white woman i have ever net my life. >> i'm saving that for a promo. [ laughter ] >> that's beautiful because i love to hear me more than anybody. [ laughter ] >> as much as i love to hear me felicia. >> i think we is in a race staff. >> thank you baby. but i just want to tell you this. it's ironic my home boy rush
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limbaugh, you had to play him. it's just one thing, steph. what is the state of this country with race? as a low-income, black women, with three males, i am scared for my sons to talk to the store. trayvon martin this is a travesty. what is wrong with people? didn't the police tell him not to follow him. >> yeah. >> let me tell you something if somebody is following me, you darn right, if he bust him in the nose, he deserved it. because the policeman told him to get back in that car. >> that's right. exactly what is in your voice, that real emotion and fear and the way the president spoke about this that's why this issue is resinating. it could be any of our kids. >> exactly. >> and when i say ours don't mean me i'll a childless loser.
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>> please come to baltimore, maryland. please stop staying on the west coast. the east coast is popping. come on out here. >> i'm moving in with you. thanks, felicia. >> bye, guys. >> that was awesome. >> she is right, i'm the smartest white woman in the world. [ laughter ] >> she doesn't get out much. [ laughter ] >> she only happens to be watching this channel at this time. it will do. [ laughter ] >> 25 minutes after the hour. i would love to meet felicia, we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> what is this the twilight zone? >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>>this is outrageous! [[vo]]cenk uygur calls out the mainstream media. >>the rest of the media seems like, "ho-hum, no big deal." we've have no choice, we've lost our democracy here. just refreshing to hear. no other television show does that. we're keeping it real.
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is on the new news network. >>welcome to the war room. >>jennifer granholm joins current tv. a former two-term governor. >>make your voice heard. >>detremined to find solutions. >>that partnership in order to invest in our country is critical. >>driven to find the truth. >>how did romney get his groove back? >>fearless, independent and above all,
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for ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller >> your body is a wonderland by the way. [ laughter ] >> awesome by the way. >> that was adam west. >> it was. 34 minutes after the hour. because you know i go spinning every day after the show, which is why i'm dressed like a gym teacher. >> well? >> this was interesting. recent reports are showing that bike riding are injuring women's vaginas that you get down there,
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that's reducing sexual sensation. >> wow. >> i haven't had feeling down there for years. >> extensive study -- they had to do extensive internet research. >> just to get you in a lab the pervs. let's see what is happening with your gentles -- >> yeah, i want to get the blood flowing to that area. i'm a scientist. i'm wearing a white lab coat so you know. i'm not wearing anything under the white lab coat. >> okay. 1-800- -- >> pretty much the only wardrobe department of porn studios are white lab coats. >> yeah. and sarah palin glasses. >> yeah she did look like a porn scene before let me take my hair clip and my glasses off.
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>> yeah. >> david in buffalo. hi, dave? >> hi. i think you are wrong when you are trying to spin what obama is saying about the supreme court. i have read the transcripts, and i think he is saying it in more than one way. >> i don't think he misspoke -- >> no. >> he didn't -- obviously unprecedented -- in 85 years of judicial precedence -- it's not completely unprecedented but it's pretty rare. >> they have overturned quite a few -- >> not quite a few. >> 197 of them? >> no. >> come on -- >> don't you use that buffalo a on me. come on! i usually have to take the transit to amherst to hear that kind of crap.
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[ laughter ] >> this is -- what do you call it. you love this republican fifth circuit threw a tantrum. >> yeah, he lou a hissy fit. >> when the oil company's allies want to protect the interest, they go right to the fifth circuit. when a high school cheerleader sued her high school when they ordered her to cheer for her rapist. the fifth court circuit charged her. and jerry smith interrupted immediately asking that the gop asked that the judiciary could strike down the judicial law. he said it is not clear whether the president believes such
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power exists. president obama made a statement that can -- both enacted by democratic elected officials. it would be unprecedented for the court to strike it down. president obama clarified. he said he intended the second meeting he would go into more detail. as the president explained, we have not seen a court overturn the law that was passed on an economic issue. >> the supreme court is the final say on our constitution and our laws and all of us have to respect it. but it's precisely because of that extraordinary power that the court has traditionally exercised significant restraint. >> yeah, exactly. and as someone pointed out the
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fifth circuit -- like some of the stuff scalia said the other day. this is how politicians behave. the only possible reason that smith could make a letter is because republicans believe it would force the doj to produce a document that would embarrass the president politicly. >> bobby in california. >> hi, how are you doing. i was just going to say that everybody needs to be on that -- be on the health care and the -- the judges need to pass it, and stuff like that. and i also have a question for you. i was wondering -- because i have been watching president obama and all of the stuff he
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has to propose to the congress and stuff like that. and i was wondering why they shoot him down for everything? like almost everything he has tried to pass, they have been trying to shoot him down. >> yes. >> are they just trying to shoot him down and try to get the presidency, and are they going to try to pass -- >> bobby they went on record as saying it. mitch mcconnell actually said our number one priority is making sure this is a onetime president. and could i use the word, unprecedented. in their fill busting, of everything the president has tried to pass. there's a little bit of douche nozeling. hi bill. >> i want everybody to have the
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darn-good health care, thank you taxpayers i got for my service in the navy. >> and thank you for your service. >> bless your heart. i really -- thank you. thank you, thank you. i really do appreciate what a lot of people are doing for me. you are paying for my college dime right now in the central florida area. and i might as well give you guys my health care back because i'm currently healthy. >> all right. billy, we're happy to do it i love seamen. >> what. >> god bless america. >> god bless america. god bless navy seamen. what were you thinking? >> and since when have you -- usually not recently. >> not in this decade. hi, mark. >> hi, steph. >> hello. >> i want to make a quick point. i keep watching these reports and they showing the clip of
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obama supposedly attacking the supreme court. wasn't that a press conference, and he was asked a specific question. it wasn't a speech where he came out and started trashing them. he was asked a question while he was having a press conference. >> oh, you and your context. >> just answering questions, his opinion. >> blah, blah blah. >> i think what the president said a couple of day ago was appropriate. he indicated that we obviously respect decisions that courts make under our system of government. >> sure. even the right-wing douche nozzles. what? yeah. nancy pelosi believes the supreme court will uphold the law. she said i'm predicting 6-3 in favor. but we shall see. it's a lessen in specifics. scalia is predicting 10-1
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against. >> yeah, because he is no good at math. president obama had called her -- called her -- blah blah blah -- the president called and said -- right after it passed. last night when you passed the bill i was happier than i was when i was elected president. if you agree with the affordable care act or you don't. you can't possibly think the president didn't mean to do something good. didn't think, this would be good if people didn't be discriminated against for preexisting conditions, if we can try to solve some of the enormous problems in our health care system. >> right, but according to people on the far right the president is trying to destroy the country with this. >> but keeping people alive. >> yes who should otherwise be dead. >> if it wasn't said on cable news, i didn't hear it chris.
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i'm a little pop culture deficient in these days. >> i noticed. >> how are these republican candidates made? >> yes. and there is a show on the discovery channel that is called "how it is made." and this is how republicans are made. >> on this episode of how it's made, republican candidates prefabricated republican police call candidates have come a long way. it starts with a big block of poly sigh reen. a worker pushes the finely-crafted body parts out of the block of foam. these body parted are fitted with a variety of clothing options. after the candidate has been clothed, a worker attaches central processing units and memory chips. the whole assembly is painted
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deacon cysting of white, off white, winter white and mauve. and then they run through a series of audio clips. and that's how a republican candidate is made. tune in next to find out how salted, graham, and primary crackers are made. [ laughter ] >> that is a spot on parity of it. >> i haven't, and even i get it. all right. 45 -- now i have a new thing. i'm like cenk on "the young turks" -- i didn't hear it then. >> or jennifer. >> yeah, one of the two, otherwise it didn't happen. >> or elliott. yeah. what a suck up. >> the stow has gotten a little low brow.
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>>just refreshing to hear. no other television show does that. we're keeping it real. ♪
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♪ if you pina coladas, getting caught in the rain if you're not in to -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- if you have half a brain ♪ >> i got caught in the rain the other night and slipped and crashed into my house. but the house is fine. i slipped on the stairs -- >> was there alcohol involved?
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[ dramatic music ] >> that's crazy. >> wasn't jim late one night because he lost a fight with a coffee table or something. >> he crashed through your coffee table. >> yeah. >> 15 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12, toll free from anywhere >> let's go to michelle you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, how are you guying doing? >> good. >> i'm a republican, i'm sick of them, i'm voting for obama in november. i know we talk about [ cheers ] >> it's not even so much the men. how could you stupid women, michele bachmann, sarah palin -- how could you get on national tv as a women, whether you are a democrat or a republican mitt romney got five sons and all of them married, i
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know darn well wives are on birth control pills. you and me miss stephanie know birth control pills go beyond having a baby. i'm pretty sure [ inaudible ] and whoever else you took the birth control pill before in your life. and back to sarah palin, when we were talking about autism rush limbaugh lot on tv and called your child a target. your husband left [ inaudible ] didn't even come and tell this man what need to be told to him. you get your sorry butt on tv and apologize to rush limbaugh. >> wow. we really are on daytime tv show now. wow. >> let's get jeraldo in here to
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throw chairs and blame it on the hoodie. >> terry in dc. >> hi, steph. i don't get the pundits and legislatures who are fighting obamacare, how are they getting people to believe them when the very people that this bill is supposed to help are the lower middle class the working class people couldn't get health insurance. i hit 65 and i got medicare thank god. so i just don't get -- how do they say these outrageous things and get people to believe them. >> yeah. yeah. i know absolutely. a lot of people sent me this story. i think it happened last week. it's a healthcare horror story, but you wonder if there's race involved. it shows richmond fields police
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arrested a 29-year-old woman at the hospital for trespassing and later dragged her to a cell where she later died. she died from blood clots. officers suspected brown was using drugs, though autopsy results later show that wasn't true. [ sighs ] >> so sad. it's beyond sad >> infuriating. >> yeah. >> the militaryization of the police force now. the occupy scenes whatever. this is far beyond what they were set up to do. >> yeah, exactly. >> protect and serve. >> it's amazing people surrogates in this -- for republican primary. so donald tromp is a huge --
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>> huge! >> romney supporter. >> every monday he comes on fox and friends and campaigns for romney. >> he even received a thank you from ann romney. >> huge. >> he is offered to expose his genitals -- what? >> unzip me like you unzip romney. >> he is confident everyone would be blown away with his man junk. he said, i think gloria would be very, very impressed with my penis. gloria is representing the transgender beauty queen. >> that's right. >> she said she didn't ask to see proof of him as a man. it didn't make a difference to
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her. it made a difference to donald who said he would be willing to show her for the right price. >> huge! >> he is like mitt romney in that he was flip flopping -- >> huge flip flopping -- he offered to show his junk for money. >> yeah, to gloria allbright. >> that's the very definition of prostitution, isn't he? >> i'm huge. huge! >> i don't know who is more ridiculous the candidates or their surrogates but they just -- romney -- >> our about class? >> yeah. >> i got class coming out my ass. >> a lot of class between his legs. >> i hope we're able to resolve our nomination process as soon as possible of course, because i would like to focus our time and attention on those key
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battleground states and on raising the funds to be somewhat competitive with the president and his billion dollars quest. we have a real challenging road ahead of us, but i believe we'll rise to the occasion. >> god that's boring. wholly crap is that awful. >> is he done? okay. time for a segment of more whacky laws out of arizona. >> oh. >> proposed arizona law defies constitution outlaws being lewd onnen the internet. what? a bill passed but the arizona legislation now waiting to be signed by the bony finger of the governor -- >> yeah. >> would make it illegal -- [ laughter ]. >> it was a scene right of the -- listen to me you can't
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park your plane on this runway. it's a whites-only runway. >> and obama said eat my pie. >> it would make it illegal to post of the internet in ways that are lewd. >> the first amendment will have something to say about that. >> it already has a constitutional ban on telephone calls. >> you know who else sensors the internet? china. >> i find the entire internet annoying. i would shut it down if i could. i stopped googling myself years ago. >> you and rick santorum. [ laughter ] >> i had a google problem way before him. >> and you need to turn safe search off. >> holy molly. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ live in studio -- >> live! >> live! >> he's alive! [ laughter ] >> we will be talking republican primaries and much more. he had to leave his tiny microscopic dog nick in the car. >> how do you know the dog isn't in here, it is so small -- >> is that a chihuahua in pants or are you just happy to be
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here? >> i'm happy to be here. >> we were going to talk about all things republican primary. and torie osborn is coming on. you're doing a big thing here tonight. >> lily tomlin hal sparks -- >> i'm told jacki schechner is doing an amazing job doing news updating for current. i don't know because i can see her or hear her. i just have to look into the camera and kay, here is jacki schechner with a current news up. >> good morning, everyone. mitt romney is turning into his campaign funding portion of his campaign. they are setting up conference calls to talk about strategy beyond the primary. they have about $85 million cash on hand.
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romney is teaming up with the rnc and battleground state funds to create what they are calling romney victory. this collaboration allows them to raise $75,000 per individual as opposed to the $2,500. former rnc chairman is going to join romney. working from d.c. as a volunteer outside consultant. and the l.a. times taking a look at the general election matchup between president obama and mitt romney. and they say he has quote a small but consistent lead nationwide. they took an average of 13 nationwide polls and found that obama was up by four points. and that is due in large part by independent voters in swing
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is on the new news network. >>welcome to the war room. >>jennifer granholm joins current tv. a former two-term governor. >>make your voice heard. >>detremined to find solutions. >>that partnership in order to invest in our country is critical. >>driven to find the truth. >>how did romney get his groove back? >>fearless, independent and above all, politically direct.
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♪ >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 6 minutes after the hour. join the party spring break monday morning my 8
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year old saw me turn on current tv, and he is exclaimed, she is on tv wow! oh children. i'm hoping you will do your dog voice. there you go. [ applause ] >> guess who is the owner of a really handsome new fluffy named nick. ♪ >> david bender your pal. ♪ return to bender ♪ >> seriously do you have a chihuahua in your plants or are you just happy to see me? >> i am really, really happy to see me. if so that chihuahua would be auctioned off for mitt romney myth. did you know donald trump is
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actually doing fundraisers as well as robo calls -- >> i'm going to be the minister of couth. >> that's a job. >> it is. >> david bender you were a senior advisor to howard dean among other campaigns. don't you want to screen your -- >> did you say screen of scream -- >> sorry. >> you don't want a foster freeze out there if you are rick santorum. i don't know, call me crazy -- and by the way, speaking of santorum -- >> yes. >> new poll out today. >> oh, pardon me. breaking news. >> he is now trailing in his home state, pennsylvania. >> he, he was up by five yesterday. >> he is down now. >> wow. wow. they are going to fire him
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twice. >> that's so sad. >> this is his must-win state. as he said this is halftime he is going to come charging out of the locker room -- >> yes, with his sneaker tied together. >> -- with nobody on the field. >> he has become bluto in "animal house" at this point. >> did you say over? nothing is over until we decide it is! was it over when the germans bombed pearl harbor? hell no! >> germans? >> forget it. >> who is with me? let's go come on! >> nobody is with you. >> secret probation. but then there's newt gingrich >> yeah. >> and frankly, he is actually not even going out to campaign.
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he's just planning on showing up in tampa to claim nomination. >> like a giant macy's parade float. >> exactly. >> he said yet until romney becomes the nominee i am staying in this race. >> 1 million delegates. >> and then callista picked a couple of mitts out of his hair. >> callista is out selling her children's book. and a campaign staffer has to dress up as a character from the book. >> oh, wow. >> there used to be dignity back when you did it david bender -- >> and when your father did it. there used to be dignity. but how do you create a republican presidential candidate. it is made by spare parts. >> exactly. but here -- speaking of -- you know campaign strategists.
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rick santorum campaign spokesman predicted his candidate might not even get one vote in dc. because of the insiders without making mention that his candidate failed to make the ballot there. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> that's the best way not to get one vote, is not be on the ballot. >> yeah. how did that screw that up that badly -- >> the answer is that it was never a serious campaign until it was. >> right. >> and remember he didn't even win iowa until several weeks after. >> right. >> and the money that comes in by winning an early victory allows you to go forward. so for the first couple of weeks it looked like he was out of the race. and then he was rediscovered and then they went south, and the farther south he went the more votes he got.
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>> his own staff is like i thought he was a joke in a sweater vest. >> yeah, no one could afford to do a serious campaign. and part of the charm was that it seemed to be this man of the people thing. that's the one thing that he does better than mitt romney. >> right. >> but there was no money in it. and literally without money, you don't have the staff to get yourself on the ballot. he was on the ballot in a number of districts in ohio. >> wow. this will come as a great shock to you. wisconsin and maryland romney still struggling to win over low-income voters. >> huh. >> yeah. >> but including states he has lost big time he has always won with people making $100,000 a year or more. >> these are pour people. >> he has those people nailed
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down. >> yeah, and have two cars. >> romney wins among wealthy voters. >> huh. >> the trend continues in -- he won maryland and wisconsin. romney's vote share increases and income goes up, and he captured a big majority of the wealthiest. unable to break those making under $100,000 a year. >> which is why republicans are working so hard to keep poor people from voting. >> just rich people should vote. >> it's not a poll tax, but that's exactly what they want. making it harder to register to vote, and harder to participate in the process is aimed at keeping the people who would vote against mitt romney from showing up. it's working at the state level actually. unfortunately. >> speaking of the vice presidents -- you saw rubio --
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>> marco. >> rubio. >> came out yesterday and said i'm not going to be vice president. >> can he see the future? [ laughter ] >> what is your take on that? obviously he has been the most rumored name. >> i don't know whether he is taking himself out. i don't know if that's the so-called shermanesque statement. it doesn't say i won't take it as offered. but some people are campaigning for it. one is paul ryan. >> he is right that whoever is on the ticket is not going to win. >> but is it going to be rogue choice as sarah palin is calling for -- >> alan west -- >> rogue meaning completely unqualified and like me. >> rouge meaning black in this case. >> oh. >> look at what she is doing here -- >> it's their typical play look
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we have a woman. look we have hispanics, we like one. >> and apparently herman cain is not available. he is doing commercials. >> let's go to miles in tucson. hi, miles. >> how are you doing? >> good. >> i need to ask a question about zimmerman, wouldn't he be responsible for [ inaudible ]. >> there has been some talk about that. >> about whether they can sue the homeowner association. but i guess he wasn't an official one. but it's not like there ask a uniform with it -- >> he should have gotten a segue at least. >> hey, steph. i love your show.
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it was great to get liberal -- finally, finally, down here in the south. all i have got to listen to is msnbc, and they have turned so conservativist, i love your show. >> you don't think joe scarburrow is liberal? >> i love your show. it's great because down here you don't know how hard it is to be a democrat. >> it is. >> do you have to pull the blinds and the curtains when you watch me on current tv in tennessee? >> i about have to. >> it's about like watching porn, isn't it? >> i put up obama signs the last election, and they up about one day, and the next night somebody has torn them down and destroyed them. >> spread the word in tennessee,
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even if you have to whisper. >> i do spread the wore. i love the shot of you when you were standing toward the camera. >> the ass cam? >> why, thank you, dave -- momma will give you a little more sugar later on. >> is that as cam. or ass cam? >> someone will say are you stephanie miller. and i'll be like, that depends. >> why are you asking? >> yeah. i won't put an obama bumper sticker out here let alone the south. >> yeah, what kind of country is that? and it's okay to use the word, don't renege in 2012? that is okay? seriously. >> al gore and bill clinton were southern democrats. remember? this was the new democratic majority in 1992 20 years ago.
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that doesn't exist anymore. bill clinton and al gore would not gain traction in some of the places that have elected them in the past. arkansas has completely turned republican. >> yeah. >> that's changed in 20 years. >> yeah. >> wherever you are it's all right to be in here in the clubhouse with us at current. come home to align us. 18 minutes after the hour. we'll return with david bender next on the "stephanie miller show." >> this is too weird man. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." >> okay. yay! >> yay! >> you're funded. >> yeah, we're still up on current, just to let you know. >> you say that as if what i say is inappropriate. >> well, you have before.
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>> [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie. [ laughter ] >> stephanie. what is wrong with you? >> no crystal humor here. but that wonder woman backdrop is absolutely fantastic. what was wonder woman's real name. >> diana prince. >> yes. >> wow! >> very good, and her boyfriend?
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>> in the wee small hours -- >> how do i get coffee house in here. [ laughter ] >> hi, greg. >> good morning. i love your show. i listen every day. are the koch brothers setting gas prices to help us pay for their campaign pledge of $250 million. >> what do the koch brothers have to do with gas prices -- >> they are oil industry people. >> oh, i get what you are saying. okay. that was a little conspiracy theory -- >> it is true. they are making more money as long as gas prices stay up. and mitt romney i was reading this morning, the more money he gets the more he spends on attack ads.
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he went 40 million already to destroy just rick santorum and newt gingrich. and they are not real opponents. >> who knew how many crazy billionaires we had in america. that was new to me. >> he destroyed shannon o'brien, just went completely negative and poured a ton of money in. everyone says mitt romney is so unlikable he could never be elected. and he doesn't care. >> he'll need to stop talking. >> that's true. >> part two of whacky laws out of arizona. arizona bill would declare pregnancy two weeks before conception. >> huh? >> how about that on the war on women. it claims it would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
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but experts say it effectively bans abortions after 18 weeks and declaring a woman could be pregnant two weeks before she became pregnant. >> i was educated in arizona, yet i know more about biology than the arizona state legislation -- >> the fetus -- >> she's a potential slut. >> yeah. >> hb 20-36 takes the 20-week abortion one step further by counting from the women's last menstrual period -- >> wow. >> one analyst said considering it's anti-choice nuts they would simply prefer all women of ro productive age are considered to
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be pregnant on the idea that they could be pregnant. >> wow. >> this is how beyond ridiculous we have gotten. >> mommy where do babies come from? >> from your menstrual cycle two weeks before. >> yeah. >> unbelievable, but yet not really. >> yet in this day and age, not. >> this is the state that gives us sheriff joe. and he says he is not going to pay attention to the investigation. >> lisa in chicago. you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi. >> hi. >> i -- i was in a car accident a couple of months ago, and i have a 99% bumper sticker on my car. >> uh-huh. >> and the police officer while i'm in the emergency room confronted me about what did i mean about having that sticker on my car. >> woe!
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there's some good police work. >> yes, it was very good investigation on his part. and he is probably about ten years older than me, and i know i'm not going to be a millionaire as a teacher, and i think as a police officer he should know better. it was disconcerting to see the least. because i was like really we're going to do this now. >> was his point that you had it coming because of the bumper sticker? >> he could have been. he didn't say, but i had a feeling it was going that way. >> unbelievable. >> and yet not. >> if they support millionaires -- >> it rubs off. >> it's the lottery mentality. >> i'll find out if that works. i'm going to hold him upside down outside the window. torie osborn next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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for the insurance money just sent me a text thanking me for wearing a sports jacket. >> yeah, we're not dressing up. screw him. rich says i have current tv and a dvr, i waist three perfectly good hours every night watching the playback. [ applause ] >> good. we're your favorite time waster. >> people aren't getting to work is the real problem. people watching us on television going now i'm late. i can do other things when it is only radio -- >> i know i have heard this from friends of mine that don't even like me. >> watch current tv while you are driving. >> no. do not. all right. we are here in hollywood where david bender is putting on a great event tonight with lily tomlin, hal sparks who was here yesterday -- i'm such a name dropper -- >> and rob brenner who is coming
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in next week. this is like a hollywood party. >> yeah. sting calls in here all the time. >> and it is tonight at the director's guild. and i think the person for whom this is all benefiting torie osborn is on the line? >> why don't we have cheap butter commercial usic for her, for god's sake. [ dramatic music ] >> good morning, torie. >> good morning. i'm glad to be here. this fun. >> you are a well-known paste activist, lgbt act vis and here you are. >> sometimes it's important to step up and do the jobs that nobody else wants to do. somebody has to do it and the bottom line this state, california, the country of
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course, but california is in deep, deep crisis. lifetime social reformers, people who have made change in the lbgt movement poverty, it's time for us to step up. and i'm ready to role. >> oh, you are your credentials. aren't you paying attention to the republican primary, you don't need credentials. >> there is a phrase that politics is too important to be leave to the politicians. and that's the problem. we have people who have only gotten into politics for a job. mitt romney has running for office for the past 20 years. this is your first run for public office, is that right, torie? >> yes, it is. i worked inside city hall as the deputy mayor, and run four nonprofits, and in california we
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have term limits so every six year the state, assembly and senate seats come up and it's important that folks have a real track record of bringing people together. and we're at a time of extrordanaire change. occupy wall street has put inequality on the agenda finally. they have a chance of stopping those who have blocked raising money for schools, i an activist who has been involved for years in pulling people together to basically change policy for the 99% -- >> how awesome would it be in the supreme court strikes down affordable care, and we get single payer? aren't they saying that single payer is what would be constitutional. >> right now i think we have a little ways to go before we get there. and in california i think what
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will happen is we'll end up implementing kind of our own version of health reform. but affordable care act, the problem is it's not affordable. >> you have been trying to get single payer even in california. the way mitt romney did for affordable care in massachusetts. >> what? it is nothing like obamacare. >> do not look behind the curtain. but we could do that here in california; is that right? >> we could. vermont passed it. california could be the second state. there is a growing movement of people on the ground -- sheila took it from the margins to the main streams, put it on the governor's desk twice and it was vetoes twice by arnold schwarzenegger -- >> i can pay for my own broken femur. well, i was going to say a lot of this is because of someone that was elected largely on
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movie catch phrases; don't you think? >> that's right. and it's time to bring a social justice activist in. someone who has the capacity to speak truth to power, i have done it all my life and i'm looking forward to taking on the sacramento machine, which has its own candidate in this race, so we're getting some good training out here. >> the chopper! >> yeah. torie i was looking at a "politico" headline. one thing as an lgbt activist the headline is republicans retreat on gay marriage. now they are mostly silent. as someone who has been doing this kind of work for how ever many years we really are marching forward, aren't we? >> we have built an
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extraordinary movement that has won over hearts and mind of america. history will tell of extrordanaire achievement that has been. it has been a lot of hard work and really smart strategic building of the legal, the legislative, the grassroots the social and cultural movement. these things don't come out of the sky -- >> torie it is because of people like you and ron reiner who we're having in next week. and you are absolutely right, it is one heart and mind at a time. let me read you some more of this political piece. republicans in congress don't care to have gay marriage litigated in the capitol. it has quietly worked behind the scenes to kill amendments. there has been an evolution in the mrit skal approach, and a cultural shift in the country. i'm looking at a "wall street journal" news poll there is a
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9% shift among republicans. and among 18 to 24 year olds, are nearly 80%. >> children of the future. >> yeah. >> it has been the civil rights win of the last 20 years, really. it is a total turn around and it is because of the hard work of a movement of people. but it was connected to the crisis of hiv aids. and people need to realize how often opportunities for advancement are built on the tragedy and struggle of loss and people who have incomed united like an experience like aid. and it's because -- the leaders, the -- just the fierce intensity of desire for a legacy and frankly the movement in infrastructure that was built, the organizations, the training grown, the place where leaders were built, and that -- it is on that infrastructure of
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that -- of that -- amazing epidemic, and -- and the fighting of act up and the activism on the streets, and building an orchestra of a movement, an hiv that then built what we have now. >> yeah, well -- my -- in my case my high school boyfriend died of aids and that was certainly one of the things that help politicizing me. he was the best guy i ever new. and that's exactly what is happening in a lot of these movements. particularly i think gay rights. the more people have a human face it's your sister doctor brother, or favorite radio host i think the polls are showing that that is the biggest predicator is that you know somebody. >> yes.
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and i also want to make analogy here. we have just tried to destroy -- the right-wing has tried to destroy the delivery system for the california and american dream of course, which is government, public education health and human services. >> government is not the enemy -- >> government is not the enemy. >> yeah, it's us. >> and so my analogy here is out of the criesic of this economic inequality, we the rebuild a greener society. >> if only you were well-spoken. >> yeah, really. >> exactly. >> and had some sort of eloquence -- >> you are the best argument against term limits. realizing now, and this is something -- we don't have time for the debate, but one of the things that is awful about term
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limited is really talented people that were just getting the hard work done had to leave. ted kennedy would have been out after one term? you look at the legacy of people who really do serve, it's awful to think that you could go in and be out -- but let's get you there first. and one of the ways we're doing that is tonight. and there are tickets still available. a few. i happen to know just a few for -- it's lily tomlin hal sparks, bruce filanch for torie osborn, and it is going to be a great event tonight, torie. we are going to have so much fun at your expense actually. [ laughter ] >> it is going to be a roast. >> no. no. >> yeah. >> what if god were torie osborn? [ laughter ] >> i'm thinking of joan osborn. torie best of luck to you. thanks so much for coming on.
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>> thank you so much. it has been a pleasure. >> all right. there she goes! [ applause ] >> she is something. all right. 45 minutes after the hour we'll be right back more with david bender. >> announcer: i got her number off of the bathroom stall, 1-800-steph-2. >>beltway politics from inside the loop. >>bringing you exactly what's happening in politics today by people who know what they're talking about. >>d.c. columnist and four time emmy winner bill press joins current's morning news block. >>i know what i'm talking about and i love it and i try to bring that to the show.
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just a slob like one of us ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. yeah, things have changed since we have been on tv. jim is late from the commercial break. and i was cleaning up rice on the floor. >> we had a wedding. >> we had a big gay wedding in here. >> but you cleaned it up. >> i did. >> and not for the camera which was really bad timing. >> yeah, the ass cam would have loved that. >> they can see you during the commercials in the control room. >> really? >> i'm sure they were trained right on your ass. >> really? >> you could drop some more rice. >> hey jiggles grab a bag and pack that gorgeous ass in here. >> hi, gregg.
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>> good morning, how are you? >> good go ahead. >> i was a bad boy yesterday. i called jerome corsey. >> wacko? >> oh, right. >> he is the one that said that the noose is tightening around president obama's neck in regards to the birth certificate. so i called him because his number is on the net. and he answered it? and i said you are a jerk. and he said who is this? and i didn't block my number. i was very up front. i told him who i was. then i started getting texts from him all night saying he has recorded me to the fbi, that they will be coming to my house -- >> obama's fbi? >> yikes! >> i have to clean up my own
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rice. i don't think anyone would believe i have my own security here. >> that's a kenyan name isn't it? >> exactly. >> david bender, in the weak of the supreme court things going on, in return for a promise that president obama wouldn't make any recess appointments in the upcoming senate break, mitch mccownal -- mcconnell has agreed to stop obstructing -- >> that's called negotiating. >> to what degree they are obstructing this president. >> people they support they won't let votes happen. and legislation they have sponsored they will vote
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against. this is how toxic it has become. >> now they are saying obama and reid can use the threat of future recess appointments so that the senate doesn't have total veto power. >> i think we should just have the congress go home so the president has nothing to do. >> they don't actually filibuster, they threaten to filibuster, which holds things up. threaten a recess appointment? okay. that's called a nuclear stale mate. and he said from the beginning he had only one priority making president obama a one-termer. and he has been true to his word. >> [ inaudible ]. >> mitch mcconnell will only -- did he actually say
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that? >> turtle tunnel. >> oh, he did. sometimes it writes itself -- >> it does. >> oh, my god, you are a talking turtle. you are a firm grasp of the obvious, son. >> so horn hatch said the obama and the white house are going to use romney's mormonism against him wait and see. and debbie fired back and said the charge is nonsense. let's remember that president obama has had no many things hurtled at him. they need to take a look inward -- >> yeah, project much? >> yeah, exactly. >> hello, any psychologists listening? >> i think harry reid is a mormon. >> yeah, i love this. that muslim is going to use his
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mormonism. >> there it is. wait for it. [ laughter ] >> doris in flint michigan. hello, doris. >> hi, stephanie thank for taking my call. >> thank you. >> i have been listening to you for a long time. and an experience that i have when people talk about liberal, conservative, or whatever. a long time ago in the '70 when the women's movement was going -- >> i was very young doris. >> i'm sure you were. a man approached me and said one are you one of them women libbers? i now where he is by that question. so i said well i don't know. what is a women's libber? and he said well they hate men and don't want to wear their bras -- and i said oh, i'm not one of those. but the point is when someone uses that term, you have to ask them what does that mean? an example right now when people
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say are you a liberal or conservative. i say, well let me just tell you what i believe. i believe in reason rationality. if god gave me anything it was to think. i accept people for what they are, who they are. i believe that religion should not be in the government telling us what to do. that's separate. i believe people are more important than corporations and wealth or income doesn't determine your character or who you are. and then i said so if we draw a line and put a cross in the middle, where do you think i fall on that line. >> yeah. >> you are a commie feminist! >> all right. man hater go hut your bra on. >> you were such a women's libber in the '70s. i wasn't wearing a bra because i didn't have any boobs. >> well -- never mind. >> shut up. >> is that a defense. >> marlene in indiana, you are
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on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, how are you again. >> good, go ahead. >> i love your show. >> thank you. >> does anyone around the table know why thomas didn't excuse himself? his wife is the leader of the tea party -- >> that's true. >> scalia has been down there with the koch brothers. >> he didn't recuse himself because he doesn't have to. >> and he does what scalia tells him. >> his wife is going to drunk dial you tomorrow, and demand an apology. >> david bender thank you political strategist. >> it has been a pleasure seeing you in wonder women garb. thank you. >> we'll be back in a few
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moments on the "stephanie miller show." look at rick overton with his 99% jacket on. >> yes! >> comedian extraordinary rick overton is here mostly to do sean conneries. >> where did you get that hair?
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>> 007 come in here this is no ordinary hairpiece. >> it looks very life like. >> it is also a helicopter try to bring it back in one piece. >> rick overton, live in studio for the last hour -- >> thank for having me on board. >> is this hour three? >> been missing you. >> still time for news with jacki schechner in the current news center. hi, jackie. >> hi, stephanie, good morning, everyone. ron paul may not be doing well on paper or in the polls, but the pictures tell a different story. ron paul is still drawing a decent crowd. more than 5800 people showed up to hear him speak at ucla last night. he lost his last embedded reporter about three weeks ago, so his campaign has taken to sending out press releases. i feel pretty comfortable saying
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he is not going to be the republican candidate, but he does keep at it. mitt romney is in pennsylvania, santorum is taking the day off. and newt gingrich continues his full court press on delaware. there was an interview with al huntz off of bloomberg where he says the democrats and immediate have fabricated this assault. the war on women is very real. and it is showing in the polls. obama leads romney amongst women voters at this point by 18 points. you can always join us in chat online
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joining us now comedy royalty it's rick overton. [ applause ] >> good morning. >> good morning. steph, good morning, moockry. >> this is your first time on the tv show. >> yes. i wore my official 99% jacket. >> awesome. i usually wear my wonder woman outfit, because of my new sign. >> it has a cool '70s action feel to it. like you'll roll over the hood of your car. >> david bender pointed out something, do you know who wonder woman's boyfriend was in the series? >> no. >> colonel steve -- she could survive a building falling on
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her, but she needed a boyfriend. >> of course. >> like captain steve trevor. >> and you get to say you go out with the superer hero. >> i think captain steve and diana prince were covering for each other. >> yeah, going to military functions together. [ laughter ] >> she was his stylist. i want you to wear these hot pants they are fabulous. >> please, bone after labor day. >> you are not going out with that lasso are you? [ laughter ] >> here is the good thing about tv we get hate calls. dan in green bay thinks this is the stupidest show he has ever seen. hi, dan. >> everything you said this morning, i disagree on. >> uh-huh. >> first of all your said your boyfriend died of aids. i don't know anyone whoever died
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of aidings so i'm not worried about it. >> so all people who die of aids are home sexuallies -- >> here is another thing, they are recalling walker and that's going to cost us $13 million -- >> have you ever thought of looking in the mirror and going maybe everything i know is incorrect. oh, you are reading off of a sheet. i already get a newspaper delivered -- >> my property taxes are down over $2,000. i paid $8,000 [ inaudible ] we have teachers retiring today that make $1,800 -- >> yeah, those money grubbing teachers. >> evil teachers. >> i like teachers. listen, our teaching -- >> dan let's go back to you don't know anyone that has died of aids. why is that? >> why are they pushing so much
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money there. >> oh spending too much money trying to cure aids. because you personally don't know anyone we shouldn't spent any money on it. >> what about transfusions -- >> how many years ago was that? >> wait, i'm sorry, are you saying aids doesn't exist anymore. >> no, it shouldn't be. >> well, it does. >> this is why you don't know much. you know how to dial a phone, but other than that you just think you know things -- >> don't call me an idiot. you are an idiot. >> then don't call me an idiot. >> are you the big fat one? >> oooooooooh! [ buzzer sounded ] >> wow. that just got really mean. wow. wow. no, you are an -- >> you are an idiot!
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>> you're an idiot! >> it's an idiot idiot! >> well welcome, rick. sorry about that. >> well. >> these cameras are a great idea. [ laughter ] >> no, it's actually -- as reality tv has taught us tv really brings the best out in people. >> now blood is going. to hell with coffee. >> oh, boy. [ laughter ] >> normally i have to watch fox news to get my blood pumping like that. >> that dude has pets so he can be the smart one. [ laughter ] >> okay. >> my dog is an idiot. >> did you see this fox news anchor, the kind of journalism they do on fox news. heather childers -- >> childers.
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>> she is a weekend anchor news is in the titles so you know it is news. she is a one that tweeted, thought did obama campaign threaten chelsea clinton's life to keep her silent. your thought? >> there is no information, and now your guess. >> yes. what? >> the thing i didn't look into either. maybe you know more than me. >> fox news senior vp said the tweets have been discussed with heather, and she understands this is a mistake. [ applause ] >> we tweeted with her earlier. >> yeah. yeah. >> holy cow. is she a nazi? just asking? >> richard in lake jackson.
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>> hello. one of my neighbors is ron paul. >> oh, gosh. >> and believe me it's no act. [ laughter ] >> i have known him for years. he is a personable social guy but, boy, if you have ever met a person who is completely at right angles to everything you have ever seen -- >> and he says some of the right things, like picking up the hitchhiker that goes i believe we should stop all of the wars. yeah. and we should legalize drugs. all right. and we should power our cities on the sorrows and tears of children. no! >> he is probably like the guy who thought the teachers were living on a grand $24,000 a year salary. >> yeah, that's exactly -- is he like that as a neighbor. like the first three things he says -- >> i keep a jar of human teeth
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in my frig. oh, no! >> the post office is a commie plot! >> oh, no! [ laughter ] >> okay. carl in -- chris, you know this. i have a neighbor -- my landlady in new york a thousand years ago -- >> yeah. >> she -- i shouldn't say her whole name. kay. let's just say show drank rye in the morning. it could be fun, and then suddenly she would get incredibly racist or whatever. she said that to my friend stephanie plays basketball with the n-words over there. i was like that's not okay. she is like, what? you do? >> she is probably gone now. >> i don't think she is around anymore. >> i said the n-word. >> we played this clip though other day, rick. but rick santorum called the president the n-word and stopped
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mid-word. >> yeah, but i was trying to run the alternate words -- no alternate word fits there. >> that's not what i meant. i misspoke -- >> that's like the guy -- zimmerman's friend that say, no he meant goons. >> yeah, chris tried that one time. and i said it was not runt. it was not. [ laughter ] >> i heard it. i'm not that old. [ laughter ] >> brian in trevor city. hey, brian, welcome. hello, brian. oh, that's not brian. brian in trevor city, michigan. >> oh, hey it's my first time calling, so i'm a little nervous -- >> don't be nervous i'll be gentle. >> well i'm a republican. but i agree with a lot of what
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you have to say. and your comedy is glorious i love that. >> thank you. >> i didn't believe anyone can think that aids can't kill anyone. >> well, because he doesn't know anyone personally. >> i think he was getting ready to say whoever gets aids deserves it. >> he is one of those guys that uses church as a safe house for all of his sick thoughts. >> brian thank you for this moment of bipartisan unity. >> thank you. >> okay. thank you. ♪ [ applause ] >> we need more republicans like him. >> yes. >> you would have to go back to 1962. >> yeah, right. [ laughter ] >> carl in mount laurel new york. hello, carl. >> hey, steph thanks for taking my call. >> yeah. >> i think at this time we need to stop calling them
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republicans. we now have a third official party, and it's called the corporation party because they are acting just like a corporation, and we all know you can't run the government like a corporation. >> thank you. thank you, mitt! >> make it fascism. >> exactly. >> i thought that was a beautiful moment of by partisan unity. we both agreed that last right-wing caller -- >> what you just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things i have ever heard at no point were you even close to anything that could be considered rational thought. everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. [ applause ] >> we'll be right back. kids go to meeting, we could not -- we could collapse like a souffle without go to meeting.
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♪ i love -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- so put another dime in the jukebox baby ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show." 23 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2. completian rick overton live in the studio with us. you were just talking about the trayvon martin case. >> yeah there is a lot of resistance to zimmerman going to jail, and it seeing its way through the legal system fully. as the legal system should absolutely address this case. because then it's going to affect sub consciously, i think
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in america, voting for the president. that -- >> right. >> a guy who isn't black shooting a black kid will awaken a thought in a lot of people who have gone to sleep or are neutral about it. >> yeah. >> and i think that's part of the resistance to seeing zimmerman's case being brought to fruition. >> we had a woman call in this morning crying, because she had three kids. and anybody, or any parent can picture it being one of their kids. and i think it has crossed partisan lines as well. >> that's right. this isn't about a party anymore. it's about the kind of human that can get that and the kind of human that doesn't deal in those types of things ever. >> yep. dawn in detroit.
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hey, dawn. >> hey, steph. i have been listening to you forever. and now i get to watch you, and it is really nice, because i would -- you know, be listening and my husband would go oh you have got that on again, and now that you are on tv he loves to watch you. >> really? >> and chris, i have to tell you, you are really buff. >> what is your husband's name. >> jack. >> jack, you like to watch, don't you? no. okay. all right. thank you, dawn. appreciate it. he enjoys the ass cam apparently. >> well, who doesn't. >> that's the ass cam right up there. >> hi. okay. mickey in detroit you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hey, how are you doing? >> good. go ahead. >> little bummed out if -- you know debbie wattsman schultz came out about leaving religion
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out of the presidential race i'm going to be so bummed if we do not go full moron -- >> excuse me. >> on the national scale against this whole mormonism, and the white horse prophesy and all of this craze more man -- >> but as someone who has gone after the president's christianity, why do we want to drop to their level. there are so many other things to criticize about mitt romney. >> yeah, there's no use in attacking a presidential candidate's religion. >> let's attack his comedy -- >> the problem is a joke only works when it is based on truth -- >> yeah, or something relatable, like my father closed a factory -- >> am i right, people?
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ladies am i right? [ laughter ] >> yeah, that's why that -- that half hour news hour didn't do so good there when they tried to do the daily show in reverse, because you have got to base your jokes on truth, and even your own fan base went wait a second -- >> somebody said they tend to punch down. >> yeah. >> comedy comes from the underdog. if you are at the top of the food chain there is really no comedy. >> it's the jokes that would work for biff in back to the future. >> yeah. plus now he has just gotten to naming objects. >> pancakes. lakes. >> trees right height. >> right height for what mitt. >> by the way mitt romney has -- obama hopes to establish
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secularism as an official religion. mitt romney doubled down his attack against president obama for allegedly waging a war on religion. he said the new rule requiring employer to provide contraception constitute an effort to establish secularism as the official religion. >> is he a secularist or a muslim. >> whatever it is, he wants to turn it into a business. >> or someone with a crazy preacher. >> the guys at the very top are nothing they say they are. the top religious people not religious. >> and he made this comment in wisconsin. obama's rule at the catholic church are specifically exempt the same is not true in wisconsin where a law requires
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all employer including the catholic church to offer contraception. how did we get here? >> they are -- in a time machine. they are speaking back to the future. they want to go back in time -- but the only thing they don't want to go back to time to is how a republican acted back then. because now eisenhower would be the most likely man on the ballot -- >> i'll take my shoes off and get back in the kitchen if you'll pay your fair share of taxes. i will do that. >> you would no. >> no. >> dueling sean conneries next on the "stephanie miller show."
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>>this is outrageous! [[vo]]cenk uygur calls out the mainstream media. >>the rest of the media seems like, "ho-hum, no big deal." we've have no choice, we've lost our democracy here. just refreshing to hear. no other television show does that. we're keeping it real.
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as i understand it in radio they can't see you, so this is big for me. >>tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's new morning news block. >>it's completely inappropriate for television. >>sharp tongue, quick wit and about all, politically direct. >>politically direct to me means no bs, the real thing, cutting through the clutter. my show is the most important
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show in the world. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> you got her to stop drinking, that is always a good first step. >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 1-800-steph-1-2 the toll free number from anywhere. the reason we're here this morning is to here duelling sean conneries. >> these trees are exactly the right height. >> all of the leaves on top are fake. here is my impression of sean connery enjoying a dog's chew
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toy. >> okay. >> ah, ah, ah ah. >> oh my god. >> ahhhhh. ah. ahhhhh. awe. ahhhhh. [ laughter ] >> okay. thank you. >> watch how i lost my hair. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> oh my god. >> why? just because. >> yeah. and i know you love dogs. >> there you go. >> mark in scranton you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, steph. >> hello. welcome to the rock. >> it's good to be here. given the high level of the trayvon martin case -- she reported last night that you cannot bring on to the grounds of the convention in tampa, a squirt gun in excess of 6
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inches, but you can bring a concealed weapon. >> don't you love when a tragedy like this happens -- >> always have a concealed weapon. >> yeah. immediately there is no reason to look at any of the gun laws. >> of course not. guns had nothing to do with it. >> no. >> if zimmerman had had a piece of string -- >> imagine what would have happened then. >> yes could -- could it look anymore like someone wants something to happen. >> yeah. yeah. scott in pennsylvania you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, scott. >> hey steph how is it going? >> good. go ahead. >> i do believe as a registered democrat we should be concerned about our man, obama getting reelected and part of the reason why is because he had to be more aggressive and fight fire with fire -- >> i enjoyed his smack down of the budget monster yesterday didn't you? >> yeah i did enjoy that. but in order for him actually to
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be able to maintain and -- the appeal to the independents and, you know, like the region region -- reagan republicans, he is going to have to be more aggressive. i'm referring to tone and speech pattern patterns -- >> if he goes too far he is the angry black man on fox news. >> jackie robinson was what he was because he had to be because of the time. and it definitely relates to barack obama. say 20 years from now, there is a black president, and jan brewer meets him on the tarmac in arizona and does that i do believe there would be
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repercussions. >> yeah. >> but i understand what you are saying -- >> back in the campaign they said i wish the president had -- what an anger management plan like john mccain. i mean that is him. he has the obama cool. >> yeah. >> do you remember jan brewer -- that was unprecedented disrespect. i wanted to snap her finger off and shove it up somebody's ass. >> she is jerky in more than one sense. [ laughter ] >> she looks like a dog's chew toy. man that is -- that's some dry humor there. >> i call her the crypt keeper. [ laughter ] >> all right. the president on the paul ryan budget. >> the year after next nearly
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10 million college students would see their financial aid cut by an average of more than $5,000 each. 2 million mothers and young children would be cut from a program that gives them access to healthy food. >> so. they don't need healthy food. eat stuff you find on the road. >> this is not conjecture. these are facts. >> huh-uh. >> right. why not use food like herman cain suggested. used food. >> alicia silverstone reuseds food. >> yeah. >> okay and the budget monster, he is understandably upset. >> all of these claims are false because they are making assumptions about our budget that aren't true that aren't in
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our budget. [ crying ] >> he reminds me of that right-wing caller. you're an idiot -- >> the way he put that it sounds like that guy that got caught in a lie in a relationship and is in the bedroom with panties on his head and trying to explain it off with some aggression kind of thing. you -- you don't understand this is what my doctor says i need on my head for hair regrowth, and -- >> right. >> i'm going to switch this around to some problem you have. [ laughter ] >> paul ryan again. >> so miss leading to the american people. i think it's sort of beneath the office of the president. >> yeah. like having women's underwear on your head. >> you have women's underwear on your butt so why shouldn't i --
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>> all right. and then mitt romney. >> the president railed against arguments that no one is making, and criticized policies no one is opposing. that's one of his favorite strategies setting up straw men to distract us. >> imax called they want their projector back. >> i smell herman cain and his used food making a come back. >> come on down to used foods empoream, this week's special are assorted sun dried mammals, only $0.99 a pound. be sure to visit the produce department for fresh-found fruit
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from neighboring grocery store dumpster dumpsters. we have the softest apples in town. and stop by the used foods hot food table. and don't forget all of our used foods are 100% tax free. this week kids get free abc gum with a purchase of $20 or more. now with 999 convenient locations. [ laughter ] >> i miss herman cain. >> i do too. >> he said he would make used food tax free? >> yes. and it's hard to find buzzing flies. that was awesome. >> yeah. >> the softest apples in town. >> maybe he actually left used food in his living room for a
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file to get buzzing flies. >> sam in cincinnati hi sam. >> good morning, steph. it must be republican day. >> are you a republican? >> i am a republican but i have to tell you, i enjoy your show. it's entertaining. it's informative and you got my right-wing curving back towards the left-wing. >> oh! >> listen up, that's what a man sounds like. >> you have changed my view on a lot of things. >> oh. come to me. >> that's very manly of you. >> you are a good american. >> actually steph, i was wondering if your show -- the sexy liberal is ever going to come around to the cincinnati area. >> we may have to work on that just because of you. thanks for calling sam. >> all right. thank you. >> all right, sam.
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>> yay, indoctrine nation. [ laughter ] >> okay, donna in l.a. hi, donna, welcome. >> hi, thanks, stephanie i love your show. i love to watch how beautiful you look on tv. >> thank you. >> thank you. i have something to say about the trayvon martin case. >> uh-huh. and that is that i know the crazer zimmerman with the crazy eyes, he already looks like a killer, if you ask me i know he failed his police exam to become a police officer, and i'm guessing -- maybe someone can look into this do you think he failed a psych test? >> yeah, well -- i would -- i wouldn't be surprised, yeah. seriously he is a duefy individual landty. >> it's a beleaguered warn-out judge who has fratto as a son. and it's like classic drama what
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do we do with the troubled son. >> exactly. >> we'll be back with the waning moments of rick overton. on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ a former two-term governor. >>make your voice heard. >>detremined to find solutions. >>that partnership in order to invest in our country is critical. >>driven to find the truth. >>how did romney get his groove back? >>fearless, independent and above all, politically direct.
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in the morning what a way to start the day. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ she's a maniac maniac, at your door, and she dances like she's never danced before ♪ >> suddenly i feel like ripping my shirt. >> are you trying to get me to pour a glass of water on myself.
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>> you are dancing like the running man. [ laughter ] >> 45 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 toll free from anywhere. go to, and type in the promo code "stephanie." rick overton, comedian extrordanaire, we will be in -- what do you call it -- madison next saturday. it has been sold out for months. john and hal will be there next saturday. and go to for more information. and rick overton where can we see you? >> tomorrow i'll be at melt-down comics. hosting a set list so be
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improvised stand-up game where you don't know what you are going to say until you step on stage, the screen projects six topics, and you have a few seconds to pick what you are going to do. >> jim and i sometimes do your bits when you are not here. >> i'm glad to know there is a midwest distributor. >> we were talking about who killed the electric car, and we were talk about your bit about people in heaven -- >> all right. what are you doing here? >> i told a couple of political jokes. how about you. oh, i invented a car that runs on water. >> yeah. >> that was senator byron jorgan. >> thank you. keeping the torch alive. >> you know, this guy, snake on a plane compels a pilot to turn
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back. a pilot found a snake on his plane and turned back to his australian base. >> there was 10,000 meters had just taken off in my trusted beechcraft when a bloody snake jumped out from my instrument panel. i had to return i have got a snake aboard the plane. but i nearly burnt the cigar on my deck. [ inaudible ]. look it up. >> wow, thank you, jim. >> jeepers i'm good just ask me. [ laughter ] >> how about that jet blue pilot? i mean -- >> yeah.
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i try to ignore the pilot, so that could get my attention. >> especially if it is one of those shorty hop flight guys. >> yeah, and they look like they are 16. >> i don't think that guy has pubic hair. [ screaming ] >> as the co-pilot had her period yet? [ laughter ] >> as they make the approach we are way too high and they chop the throttles -- >> all right. we're going to try again. [ screaming ] >> he is still practicing on a saga. >> he's like we'll be landing shortly -- [ laughter ]. >> gear down. is there a handle for that. >> oh, boy. [ laughter ] >> jeepers! >> i actually recently flew
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overly chattily pilot guys. we're going to go over utah -- i'm like whatever! >> and or the guy that does this in the middle of the move, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh -- this is your captain speaking i don't have anything important to say, i just wanted to ruin the best part of the movie for ya. [ laughter ] >> oh, lord. >> we'll be traveling at altitude of 37,923 feet. you. you. you. it's all about him. >> this will shock you shock you. apparently there was white residue found on a spoon in whitney houston's room. they won't say what it was -- >> i'm thinking sugar for her
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coffee? >> could be. detectives found white powdery substances and a spoon -- and a piece of paper. >> yes. >> but i love they say the report does not specifically identify the substance. assistant coroner said he could not discuss how recently she used the drug. i was very affected by this. i new her. i interviewed her. >> i thought she was one of the great singers of our era. and it is the loss of an artist. a lot of people focus on this one, because of her -- you know her abuse, self abuse -- hanging out with abusive people. sometimes genius tortures
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itself, and it's sad to see her go like that. she could have gone into her 70s with that perfect voice. >> i know. that's the best thing to show on drug rehab is the earlier videos to the end. >> yeah like lindsay lohan's face morphing. >> yeah. that's why i escaped that by staying at a justice level of mediocrity. >> you look gorgeous kid. >> is that the reason -- >> if you are not tortured by genius. if you have hit your level of mediocrity -- >> i'll buy that. [ laughter ] >> just let it go. >> it is much simpler that way. >> much easier. chris, anyone i have ever dated, they have just never gotten over it, like barry williams of the brady bunch. i went on one date with to the
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emmies. it did not go well. >> because you kept calling him greg brady. >> his movie just came out. any way congratulations to him, he just had a baby girl. [ applause ] >> oh didn't have anything. >> he is almost 60. his girlfriend is 30. >> wow. >> well. >> let's hear it for the boys. >> the old stone pipe still works. >> they apparently went through a rough patch when he filed a restraining order against the 30 year old when she threatened to kill him and herself. see, she has been in a down spiral since we broke up. >> the healing power of love! >> and baby momma --
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>> did she lose a beauty pageant too? >> she threatened her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend recorded in play during a videotape deposition, she threated to desecrate her -- >> did she mean defecate -- >> that a different thing. >> you are referring to the psa she did for irritable bowel syndrome. i think it's good when they use their celebrity status to cure diseases -- >> sometimes a sound says more than a word. good morning seattle. >> is there such a thing? >> dot-net. come down to melt-down comics to see me. >> all right. see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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