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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ oh, why hello, current tv fans. here we are getting ready to do our little radio show. hal sparks who if history is any guide, is in the parking garage beating off the chicks. >> he is actually in the elevator. i just got a text. >> all right. and we have jim mcdermott who
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we love. the polls are all cattywompus, except for ted nugent who everybody thinks is a douche nozzle. and now let's check some news with jacki schechner in the current news room. good morning, jacki. >> good morning, everyone. republican primary voters are coming around to mitt romney. 54% now say they want him to be the nominee. that's opposed to 30% last march. but not as quick to jump behind him is the republican national committee. according to buzzfeed they are not going to endorse romney just
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yet. one high profile guy who has endorsed mitt romney is ted nugent who is now being investigated by the secret service. he said if barack obama becomes president next year, he will either be dead or in jail next year. tag rommys tweeted quote, ted nugent endorsed my dad today. ted nugent how cool is that? and one candidate is speaking out about the secret service scandal. he failed to mention that his brother joe is on the secret service detail that was down in columbia, and when the "huffington post" asked him, he said, well, nobody asked. dan has called the incident a quote, national embarrassment.
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>> there was the largest bird outside my window. >> really? >> yeah. [ bird screeching ] >> and the cat was out there. kill! kill! >> say hello to my little friend. >> and then it was relieved by a helicopter over the house for 45 minutes. [ helicopter whirring ] >> that's because of lindsay lohan going to -- >> lindsay lohan was in my backyard? >> and patrick schwartz went there too, and he literally died. >> i'm literally dead from exhaust. >> path schwarzenegger. >> one hopes he meant -- >> when you have say it with that accent it has a totally different meaning -- >> you are not supposed to talk
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yet. could it be? ♪ >> okay. you are here. >> hump days with hal sparks yes! yes! >> it's not like we -- >> the radio didn't go away. >> don't forget those folks. >> yeah. by the way. at the snoop concert, they did a hologram of tu pack -- >> of tu pack sha cure. >> yeah and it was the first time it said that it literally looked like tu pac rose from the dead. >> even that is a wrong because he was a glowing fit version as opposed to if he literally rose from the dead he would look like any other zombie -- >> oh. >> yeah. >> he would not look good.
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>> but that's refrenshall -- >> people out there in tv land that is the real hal sparks. >> exactly. >> i'm thinking for sexy liberal shows, we should have a hologram of sam kenson. [ screaming ] >> i like it. >> how do you plan a show from now on if you are dr. dre'. >> yeah. >> hey, who else is dead? i have run out of songs -- who can we resurrect? >> oh, god. >> all right. speaking of sexy liberal show. hal sparks rocking the house in madison this past saturday. laura said my husband and i laughed for two solid hours without pause. such incredible positive energy.
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i have been very busy telling everybody i know to make the trip to columbus in august. yeah. get it tickets going fast. [ applause ] >> craziness and since you drove -- like, you know, the band goes on tour next week. i won't be here for the next three weeks -- on tour. >> yeah. >> i want one. >> okay. we'll get you one. all of our shirts are limited run and actually screen printed -- >> that is cool. >> way way better than jon huntsman band. [ screeching ] >> actually i like the -- we can go with the bill and ted -- >> yeah, there you. [ screeching ] >> i could keep it going forever. >> no! >> let's do it! >> no! >> i had two excellents in there. you are overflowing with
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excellents. >> yeah. >> we're doing madison on the 9th. did you know there is a big chunk of michigan that michigan doesn't include in their map. >> it's called ontario. >> it kind of it. it's a national park. if you drive through saboigan it is never on a map. they just don't care. it wouldn't look good. it would look like a mitten and then a piece of bacon. [ laughter ] >> wow, speaking of mittens, he strongly denounced ted nugent. what did he say? >> jeepers. >> yeah gosh. >> that was something. >> he can't write songs anymore he hasn't anything on the charts since the damn yankees -- >> divisive language is defensive no matter what side of
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the aisle it comes from. >> asking the president to -- what did he say suck on my machine gun. >> talking about decapitating him. >> he called the obama administration vial evil american hating if barack obama comes president again, i'll either be dead or in jail at this time next year. >> hum. >> sounds like another guy calling for nra members to shoot up the cops when they come to your house. you are not going to shoot the president, who are you going to shoot. >> yeah, thanks, ted. ♪
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♪ i didn't ever want to go to vietnam, so i crapped in think pants ♪ ♪ cat scratch [ censor bleep ] crazy ♪ ♪ my mind is aging, my back is [ censor bleep ] crazy ♪ ♪ >> wow! thank you mike in raleigh. [ applause ] >> yay! >> yeah. >> he has been angry -- ted nugent has been very angry ever it is pat oz well did that bit about the damn yankee's video where he called it arguably the gayest video ever. because he is on the porch being shot at by the cops. he is soloing on the porch as
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the cops, you know, fire at him a hail of bullets, and the only thing that is fending off the bullets is his wang dang doodling, gang! and he is in white pants with like a rat tassel. >> did he poop in those pants too? >> you play this gotcha game all day long. but hilary rosen doesn't work for the obama white house -- >> she works for cnn. >> yeah, along with eric ericsson. >> but mitt romney sought after ted nugent's endorsement. so to me he should answer to this. that was like him saying about rush limbaugh oh i wouldn't have phrased it that way i would
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have called her a trolllup or something. i don't understand how people can go -- i don't know what he meant by that. >> next year i will be dead or in jail. >> right. >> and because you know you'll be completely unsuccessful you'll justen up shooting a police officer for no purpose. like that guy in pittsburgh who called the cops to his house and then shot them when they showed up because he said obama was going to take his guns away. they said he is going to take your guns. >> on the second day on his second term. that's what he said. >> they kept the situation in place so the banking could roll
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in and take everything. you still have your gun, but your house is being foreclosed on, you can't afford laundry, but you still got your gun. >> at least one romney tag, was very excited about the endorsement. that tag he is the rogue romney. >> he was excited that ted was the second musician to endorse romney after kid rock. >> yes. good morning, anne. >> we need two holograms. do a hologram of jim, leave a coffee cup on the stage, and then bring him on the stage and he can do dick cheney. >> but jim is still alive -- >> but this way he doesn't have
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to travel. >> i see. >> and then chris can be hologramed in as the producer and pretend he's producing. >> oh, is that what he is doing? [ laughter ] >> i don't think there's enough room on stage for his giant man boobs, and man chest, i mean look at him for god's sake. he is like the hulk. >> smash! roar! >> roar! >> who would we be in the avengers, you would be black widow that's clear. >> stephanie in illinois. you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> good morning, guys. >> good morning! >> i am so livid that a whole box of wine didn't secure me last night. scott walker had the nerve to come across the state line and he went to our legislator in springfield to help them figure out how to bust our union. i have a friend down there, she said -- the media said 2,000,
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but they said it was around 4,000 people that showed up to rally against him. but while he was in there, occupy chicago, because they pretty much shut down the first part of the meeting for the first five minutes. but it is unbelievable. because i have friends who live in [ inaudible ] and they are hurting so bad up there. and people are losing their homes and jobs. the schools up there, they are -- most of the schools have no music, no -- extracurricular activities. they are barely getting buy -- >> that's because those union thugs are sucking up all of the money. >> yeah. so -- and i got [ inaudible ] people down there were just -- the police stations were raiding. we like our cheese heads, but
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this guy -- >> i know. we were just there, and hopefully they will take care of that with the recall. >> that's why they are panicking. they are trying to pack it all in before they return to the private jobs given by think koch brothers. >> we said the koch brothers can visit him in prison. >> they can use mirrors. >> do you know what they do to soft, bald overright republicans in prison? >> kids i have been telling you about big commerce, but you have got to get with the program. the internet has changed how people do business today. getting access to potential customers is wide open from across the street to around the world. you have got to get online it's tough to do it on your own, big
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>> bbbbbb. >> all right. we are frolicking on hump days with hal sparks. >> uh-huh. >> 1-800-steph-1-2, the phone number. mitt romney sought ted nugent endorsement. >> it's not that being a mom isn't work, but everybody -- by the way, everybody who has a kid has to do that work. it's a life choice it's not a job -- >> and hilary rosen [ inaudible ] mitt romney when he was on television on january saying get a job. >> yeah. >> the dignity of work. because raising a child is undignified. >> when political leaders have to start answering for anyone anything on their side of the
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aisle said something -- >> and that's the difference -- >> bill maher not even a democrat. >> hilary rosen didn't threaten to shoot anyone unlike ted nugent. >> exactly. she criticized on a -- she was speaking on behalf of his wife, and basically made the point that she is not aware of what other people have to go through. that's the entire point -- >> right. >> what ted nugent's whole point was shoot someone you disagree with. and to say i think on both sides of the aisle people say things -- >> the coyote is in your living peeing on your couch. it's not the coyote's fault,
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it's yours for not shooting him. >> awesome. here is the thing. similarly mitt romney should haven't to answer for every idiotic thing said by conservatives, but he actively sought his endorsement. >> yeah. >> lou in pennsylvania you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, lou. >> hi, while we're on the subject of ted nugent stephanie you can't tell me there wasn't any federal authorities in a meeting such as that where they could have gone up and said hey, pal, we need to talk about what you said. >> the secret service wasn't at the convention but they are going to talk to them now. >> they were busy. >> yeah, in columbia!
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>> par today! >> but mitt romney was the one who injected his wife into the campaign. it's like sarah palin, you are using my children as props. >> she has the right to mention them -- >> she is like here is my teenage pregnant daughter, and then she was like people are mentioning my teenage pregnant daughter, how dare they! >> right. but he calls her like a rip chord every single time. and he injected her into this whole circumstance when he started having problems with what the gop is doing to the women in this country. anne could you cover this for me? >> yeah. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>> i have carbonation for you. >> i think they mean it from the three stooges, oh wise guy kind of thing. and then i'm off on the road starting monday -- >> 0-1. the band. >> yeah, we'll go through michigan, ohio wisconsin, we'll be in madson -- >> awesome. >> you are go to the 01 nation page. >> hey, mike. >> i got two things. one is you have a lot of people talking about polls and they have some kind of problem perceiving how they come up with the numbers. >> yeah. >> polls are weighted. like gallup pole they serve 44% republicans, 28% democrats, and the balance being independent. so the results are a lot of times like unbalanced. >> sure. >> and then my ted nugent
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gossip. >> really? >> okay. >> okay. >> ted nugent when he was the w the an vow dukes. >> yeah. >> they were the back upband for tiny tim. >> really? >> yikes. >> here is his greatest hits. cat scratch fever. no, he suggested barack obama then senator should suck on his machine gun. and he referred to worthless bitch hilary clinton to sit on his machine gun. he sought out new gent's endorsement even
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capitulating -- romney ought to explain why he sought his endorsement, and whether he shares his values. that's fair. >> yeah. >> divisive language is offensive no matter what side of the aisle it comes from -- ♪ na na na ♪ >> did anything hilary rosen said come anywhere close to that. >> we're going to chop their heads off in november any questions? >> i would have say severed. >> yeah, that was indelicate. >> in the dressage -- >> yes, i would have -- yes, i would have said slice up between these dacotage and their
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mandible. >> that was my favorite moment in the madson show somebody shouted out what is a dressage horse? i'm like right. >> it's a much smother ride you almost don't feel like you are on a horse. >> it. >> yeah. it's a way of getting from -- >> i call it dinner. >> it's transportation, and if i had to i would chute it. >> the oklahoma senator said he didn't understand what all of the fuss was he said i can't figure out what people are talking about. he is talking about him that ted or himself will would be in jail. how does that relate to the president. >> in jail for killing -- >> you moron -- >> he said if obama is elected
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to a second term i am going to be either dead -- >> yeah, he is going to start selling crack and getting a two-year mandatory sentence in michigan or something. or dead because he might have a heart attack because he eats this crappy diet of aged bear meat. >> he said read my book and see that bobby kennedy said he wanted to hang me for treason. he is referring to bobby kennedy, but apparently he is the biggest threat to america, not ted nugent. >> yeah, ted nugent will probably literally shoot somebody at some point. >> yeah. >> the other thing too is that's fine you can complain about it but complain about them equally. if you are saying that's worth writing down and saying this is how awful the left is if you are going to be honest at all, go of course this is way worse,
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you can be hung for treason -- and he said -- he said if he is elected next year. i'll be dead or in jail. he is never going to get to shoot the president. so he is talking about random -- >> this is the furor i caused on larry king one time. i we all could agree that rush limbaugh should be hung for treason. [ screaming ] >> yes, it was a joke. because i really think rush limbaugh is going to be executed for treason. >> now know what is going to happen when barack obama gets reelected? nothing. ted nugent is going to go back to what he is doing now, which is nothing. he is going-to-eat squirrel-head soup, while shooting animals
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latched to the ground like those -- >> he thinks romney is a weasel like everyone else -- >> he doesn't believe in mitt romney. >> no. >> that's why he made demands of him. >> he believes in anything that is against barack obama. >> exactly. >> rick in florida. >> hi, first time caller. kudos to you, the moots, the goddess of happy that answer the phone and current tv. >> thank you. >> people are missing the point on the seamus point. animal cruelty should have no statute of limitations, but imagine certing five children into that visual situation. where their father drags the dog off of the roof of the car, hoses him down hoses the car down throws him back in the -- >> yeah, a wet dog at 60 miles an hour. >> imagine how cold that dog had
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to be. >> it wasn't summer. >> and did you see their reaction when diane sawyer said would you do it again? >> certainly not with the attention it got. >> he has no empathetic reflex whatsoever. seamus is just like -- you hose the dog down -- >> it doesn't pass the smell test -- >> ann romney was like he loved it up there. >> that's why he was crapping down the side of the vehicle. >> yeah when i'm really happy i crap. >> yeah. and when i'm trying to get out of the vietnam war. >> i'm so happy to be on current tv. >> yeah. terrible. >> romney treated seamus like i was a business problem that needed to be solved. >> he said emotion free crisis management. that's fine when you dissolve
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companies and none of those companies need a future and you have to not care what happens to the people. when you are running for president, you have to care about everybody whether you think they should be on welfare or not -- you can't just have emotion-free crisis management in those moments. >> yes. chris in detroit you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, chris. >> hi, stephanie big fan, and i was at the sexy liberal in detroit. you guys did a great job. >> thank you honey. come see aisha and john and i in mid-may in minneapolis. >> it's kind of far. >> oh listen. listen. >> by law every map of michigan needs to include the upper peninsula. >> that's right. >> by law. the thing about ted nugent we're often forgetting why is mitt romney seeking the endorsement of a man who once adopted a 17-year-old girl so his liaisons with her would be
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considered incest and not statutory rape. >> yes. i remember that. >> he had a radio show in detroit and he used to brag about that every morning. >> eye. >> wow. >> well that's a way to handle it. that's emotion-free crisis management. >> sure. >> let's have a family friendly moment. mary beth's child wants to say hello to hal sparks. >> hi. >> is this madty? >> yes, i am. >> and you are 12? >> yes, i am. >> here is hal sparks. >> hi, how are ya? >> good, how are you? >> spectacular. >> can i just say my mom and i are big fans of your show. >> oh right on. >> and my mom can't wait to meet all of you guys in boston. >> boston sexy liberal in june. that one is not for the kids
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maddy, but we'll meet your mom. >> yeah. >> the show is pg-13 -- >> when is your birthday maddy. >> january. >> oh sorry we missed it. [ laughter ] >> it's okay. >> all right. maddy thanks for calling. >> yeah. thanks bye. >> that is must magic. >> if you were ted nugent you would have married her by now. >> i brought my son -- >> your brought your son? >> what? i don't know what i'm talking about. [ buzzer sounds ] >> momma wants to tell you something. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> you married fred mcmurray. >> i brought my friend's 8-year-old grandson to meet hal last week. did you see him, just ahhhhh. normally only chicks on the road look at hal like that but now i'm in the company of 8 year olds. >> yeah, the ray is
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indiscriminate these days. >> it's just everybody. >> they are probably going to miss the commercial break at current because courtney is like, hi hal sparks. all right 45 minutes after the hour. back on hump days with hal sparks. >> this is the dirtiest show -- [ laughter ] >> i have ever been on in all of my life. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ message created by a current tv viewer for >>(woman) don't wait for her to make the first move. >>(man) don't talk about your third or forth date.
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♪ ♪ to the left to the left, to the right, to the right ♪ >> all right. it is 50 minutes after the hour. this is the "stephanie miller show" -- >> that's like mitt romney's perfect dance song to the left to the right to the front -- >> whatever. this hour brought to you by go to meeting. my listeners can try go to meeting free for 30 days. hump days with hal sparks. >> yes. >> speaking of anti-women surrogates for mitt romney. donald trump hosting a birthday fund raiser for ann romney. >> oh, that's nice. >> yes. >> i wonder if he'll offer to show her his junk. >> huge! >> yeah, you'll be impressed. that's why i have to build all of these giant shiny buildings. >> just five days after the
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controversy in which ann romney was so offended yeah the romneys will be participating in a special birthday fund raiser at the home of donald trump. who said i think glory albright would be very impressed with my penis? >> woody allen. >> no, i told you donald trump. [ applause ] >> who said rosy o'donnell is not a smart person a bully, a snob, a very unattractive women inside and out. >> rush limbaugh. >> good guess. no donald trump. who also said it doesn't what the media writes as long as you have young beautiful piece of ass. >> let's see -- someone on ncis. >> no donald trump. the very pro woman donald trump. the birthday luncheon has
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already raised over $600,000 for mitt romney. [ applause ] >> that's like lunch money. >> yeah, i didn't make very much. that's twice what i made in speaking fees or half what i would have made. >> hi, robin, welcome. >> hello. >> hello. >> as the official mother of five for the "stephanie miller show." >> thank you. how many au pairs do you have. >> that's my point. the acid test for mitt romney is it's not what you have. it's what have you done without. have your children done without mittens in the winter? have your children worn socks on their hands instead. have your children not had winter coats, have they not had protein one time during the day in a meal because you could not afford it so you had oatmeal
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for dinner. >> right. >> you can be a great parent rich or poor but it is what your children have done without. >> by the way -- if the romneys are listening right now, they are like i have no idea what she is talking about. >> i had a horrible vision the other day -- i was watching a film and i saw -- i saw jessica tandy and ann romney and i thought, oh my, god, it's driving miss romney. accusing everyone of being a communist, and her agreeing and spitting out the window of her cadillac. >> one of them. into one of the car elevators. next to the dressage stables. >> they didn't have a nanny or any mommy's helpers or whatever.
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but they have cooks, maids, and people who like drive them places, like all of the other elements except for the mommy activities are taken care of and here is the thing, that's -- and this even the earned part. his dad gave him all of his seed money. and kept infusing it -- they are literally church royalty as it were too. >> yep. >> so the idea that somehow they know what women are going through in almost any capacity -- because she can't even lose her job. they can't even go broke. it is not possible. >> even if they have like mc hammer as their accountant. >> exactly. you could lose all of it in once. it doesn't happen like that when you have that kind of money. when your dad has that kind of money you don't have that problem either. >> irene in baltimore hi irene. >> hi, stephanie. i'm a sexy liberal also.
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>> rock on. [ laughter ] >> but i have called for two reasons. i want to speak about ted nugent. >> uh-huh. >> want to tell you that i think he is really disgusting but if you look at most of the republican party at this time you'll find out that most of them are terrorists or actively members of an occult. >> most republicans are -- >> are terrorists or members of a cult. which cults are you speaking of? >> like jim jones. >> they are not members of the jim jones cult because they are mostly dead. >> the "stephanie miller show" show does not think all republicans are terrorists or cull members. >> cult members can arguably be
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said not to be in complete control. these idiots make all of their choices personally. these are all dumb thoughts that come from his head. >> and that republicans actually pay attention to. >> bill in madison -- >> hi, steph. >> hey, bill. go ahead. >> i have a question for you and jim and chris, but first when you next get eric boehlert on, he has some explaining to do. i looked at media matters, and they have the list of the 61 women that rush limbaugh has called a babe, and your name is not on there. >> what! and i have the evidence right here. >> a part-time babe. >> stephanie miller who is a babe on some days -- >> yeah. >> i'm a part-time babe. >> so it's jim and chris, and steph, is uc santa barbara a decent school? >> yeah. >> from what i hear --
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>> i'll give you a fun fact. my girlfriend lisa and ambassador joe wilson went to that school. >> my son just got accepted there. my home schooled son, and my home schooled daughter just graduated from the university of wisconsin in three and a half years with two degrees. >> awesome. >> just thought i would get that in. >> because we made a snarky comment about home schooled kids. all right 58 minutes after the hour. representative jim mcdermott joins us from the great state of washington. we're just getting warmed up on hump days, with sexy liberal hal sparks -- >> oh, yeah. >> -- on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ good morning, current tv fans. [ laughter ] >> why looky here. look at what just adrived in iowa. a letter from rick santorum saying romney as a nominee truly scares me. >> oh sad trumpet.
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he hasn't spoken to him since he left the campaign. they seemed to close. >> jim mcdermott of the great state of washington joining us this hour. >> little bit. >> i think we'll do anything. we have a jack nickelson story coming up by the way. just so you can do the face. >> i was just in. s from a clean get away. >> in the meantime. jacki schechner. >> hi, stephanie, good morning, everyone. we can get buried in polls out every day, but 23% of voters consider themselvesst swing voter. 7% of voters which are truly undecided.
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now take how much money we're planning on spending on this election cycle a billion dollars on each side. that's $2 billion that's going to go towards influencing about 7% -- around 10%, maybe of the electorate. that is one very expensive date. in other news this morning, alec, the american legislative exchange council, has announced it is going to get rid of its public safety and elections task force to focus more on economic issues. alec has been taking a lot of heat because it pushes laws like stand your ground in florida, and 24 other states. coke, kraft, and pepsi have all pulled out of their support of alec. others see this as just a pr stunt and they are skeptical. city group shareholders have
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voted against a $15 million package for the chairman and ceo. the chairman says they will take it into consideration. we'll be right back.
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1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere, or steph you can email us a all there. thank god i found your show on tv. yeah, right? you are helping me restore my sanity. unfortunately not one single radio show in indiana airs your show but now i have dvr your show and view at night. [ applause ] >> them low, out there in the frozen progressive radio free tundra. >> and yet numbers wise, head to head >> hum. >> are you referring to when they replaced by morning show in san francisco and the ratings are down 90%? >> yeah. what a shocker. but it was a business decision -- >> okay. >> public disclosure, we don't
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even do that. >> yeah, we have. >> people can do their due diligence and look it up. they can see what i was alluding to. >> uh-huh. mary writes mittens constantly judges poor people. he has no clue that the only reason he has money is because his daddy set him up. he was able to go to stanford and harvard accruing no debt. it takes money to make money. and if people aren't born into wealth it's extraordinarily difficult to make it -- >> i pulled myself up on my father's bootstraps. >> hal sparks we have been talk about the marriage equality fight, and one of the things in polling is the majority support marriage equality.
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but the one stubborn statistic is black folks are only at 30%. and so i -- i -- i made a personal plea to have my back. i -- i have had your back on trayvon martin and other things. have my big gay back. and robert in d.c. has my big gay back. momma, i just want to tell you that as disheartening as the stats regarding black support of gay marriage. i have your back. as a 43-year-old heterosexual male, the tides are returning. i told my mom one of the gayest places is the churches on friday, especially the choir. i have your back and gay people will soon have the right nationwide to be just as unhappy
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the rest of the population. >> i wonder what percentage of those anti-gay black people are on the down low. >> yeah. >> some argue that the manhood of black men has been challenged so harshly that they can't give any ground. because it's based on word at this point. >> yeah. >> that's why the slight of calling someone boy is comes from. >> yeah. >> the oppressed, becoming the oh pressers. >> yeah. the other thing, rob reiner was in last week and obviously a lot of people want the president to come out for marriage equality before the election. but the latest polls are showing it could be so close he can't afford to lose any of the
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electorate particularly black people. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> the gallup poll finds them tied. 47% the cnn poll the president is up by 9 points. >> gallup apparently doesn't ask women what they think. >> obama easily beating romney with u.s. women. 51% support the president. thanks for paying attention girls. [ applause ] >> hum. >> yeah, despite republicans efforts to portray themselves as the party of the family obama even had a big edge over romney. on foreign policy, 50% of women say obama was stronger 30%
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favored romney. many favored obama over romney on family values. nobody appears to like mitt romney. >> does he have any foreign policies? >> he is against whatever the president is for. >> yeah. >> shot in the wrong eye. >> romney has the weakest favorability ratings on record for a presumptive candidate. he is in a situation pollsters call underwater. >> boy. >> favorable 35 unfavorable 47. >> he is under water, sonar. >> yeah. hum. >> since we bothered to look. >> yes. yes. the cnn poll has romney at
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47 -- let's see -- oh, i was going to say, yeah the cnn poll has him up by nine points. [ applause ] >> like they say polls this far out -- >> yeah, if the election were head today -- >> like i have said if my aunt had a [ censor bleep ] she would be my uncle. >> speaking of marriage equality. tony perkins jim? >> no! [ screaming ] >> he is the family research -- >> exactly. >> family research council. he said open homosexuality caused the secret service scandal. >> in what way? >> oh it's the fault of open homosexuality in our military. >> so it forced them to prove hour hetero they were?
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what? >> no, he said it is legal there to do that. the same is true for what the president has done to the military. so what you have is a total break down -- [ screaming ] . >> -- and you can't pick and choose. >> tony perkins is an idiot. [ applause ] >> yeah. >> he was just making that case. >> yeah, exactly. >> it is a smogus board. >> tony perkins sure seems hung up on homosexuality. >> he sure does. >> and what do they say traditionally about people that are that hung up -- >> i don't know. >> we're not saying. we're just saying. >> the signs point that most people are super anti-homosexual actually --
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>> i'm super -- >> matter of fact someone calculated that that tax would raise enough revenue to pay for government for 11 hours, so it was more of a gimmick. >> the buffet rule is a gimmick. >> he actually said it is not a very grand idea. >> it doesn't meet the marvellous standard. >> all right. mittens again. >> our president is intent on raising tax rates particularly for small business. he proposed another tax which he said is a global tax on business. i'm not sure what that is but that will surely cost jobs as well. >> here is another poll. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> romney doesn't pay his fair share in taxes. 11% say he is paying more than his fair share. >> wow. >> all right.
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the boner -- >> i will be proud to support mitt romney and do everything i can to help him win. >> wow. >> i'll second that. >> boy he really stuck his neck out there endorsing romney when he is pretty much the guaranteed nominee -- >> making me sleepy -- >> i -- i won't oppose mitt romney can-da-cy. >> and also mitch mcconnell. >> i support mitt romney for president of the united states and he is going to be the nominee. >> endorsement. >> that was hardly worth coming out of the terrarium. >> on the floor he said if you are not sure about supporting mitt romney, you ought to be
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excited because he has been on your side at one time or another. >> that's funny. >> a liberal and a conservative and an independent walk into a bar, and the bartenders says hi mitt. >> that's the joke of the republicans. [ [ fast-paced music ] >> representative jim jordan said we're excited about the opportunity to defeat president obama more than anything. represent rick of south carolina said face it, we got the best candidate we could out of the process. >> you, that's a ringing endorsement. oh, god! >> jim you said this yesterday, do not underestimate the anti-obama vote. >> i know. >> as much as people don't like mitt romney obama derangement
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syndrome is alive and well. >> uh-huh. >> yeah. however . . . that's -- there's also a lot of unmotivating factors in there that once they come to light that -- i think they are not copping to honestly, when you ask somebody in a poll whether they will vote for him, they might go of course, but the minute they get to it, they will go well, he is a mormon we can't. the evangelicals they couldn't. any more than they would vote for jewish people. >> yes it's the things they whisper. like about the president. he's black. >> have you not noticed he is black. >> of course we're voting for mitt romney. he is a mormon. he is not a christian.
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>> and liberals are also going to stay home because they there are things about obama that they disapprove of. >> well, don't. don't make me get hal sparks to get the bull horn out, because i will do it. >> that weak-kneed crap we're done with. >> even if you don't like obama, we desperately need to get the house back. >> yes. even still have some long game. >> yeah. >> exactly. 19 minutes -- oh look at you you are doing the producer break thing. 19 minutes after the hour kids you are used to we have our go to meetings and you don't have to spend that much time with me. >> thank god! >> go to meeting with hd faces. we do not have to see each other in person. there's only one solution go to meeting with hd faces. >> that's right.
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>> everybody is right there on your computer. >> it's so easy you can even do it if you have a hole in your head. >> right, relland. sexy liberal tour director had a hole drilled in his skull yesterday. >> what doctor is he seeing, and does he have a three-pointed hat on. >> he put a leach on the hole. >> leeches are actually comes very effective. >> awesome. collaborate with your team and clients from anywhere in the world, even on the go, boom there you are click, you are in the meeting. visit go to meeting my listeners can try it free for 30 days. don't wait. go to, and type in the pro foe code stephanie. >> yeah, i would like to see you
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do that while strumming the guitar. >> i can do that. >> 20 minutes after the hour. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: don't you wish your girlfriend was a freak like her? it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ what makes hershey's s'mores special? pure chocolate goodness that brings people together. hershey's makes it a s'more... you make it special. pure hershey's.
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>>this is outrageous! we've have no choice, we've lost our democracy here.
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hi, helen, welcome. >> yeah, this is helen. this is regarding scott walker. >> yes. >> i think he is the pimp of wisconsin. >> yes, he is actually a koch brother's whore. >> yeah. >> curiously enough and i don't want to poke holes in your analogy, but in the case of a pimp he has to actually convince you to do the work for him, whereas most of the people in wisconsin went to sleep one night and woke up the next morning with a pimp. >> yes. justin in orange county. >> hey guys. the chat is awesome and as always rebecca is awesome. >> yes and sterilely. ted nugent let's remember what he did in the 2008 campaign when
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he was waving the machine gun around saying obama and hilary clinton can suck on his ak 47. >> his machine gun, actually. >> and he is known to repeatedly having sex with minors. >> i know. >> is that sickening. >> yeah, actively sought his endorsement. >> these guys are complete idiots and so is nugent. >> you found even more fun facts about ted nugent. >> yeah, the wording that he used -- he used the c-word for -- this is fun. used the c word for hilary
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clinton. he said the president was a piece of extrament. and the muslim community, they are rude. [ dramatic music ] >> the president is a pos, the secretary of state is a c word the muslim community is rude. clutch the pearls. the muslim community in michigan by the way will not open the door for you when you have an arm load of packages. they are rude. >> kevin in chicago. hi, kef. >> hi, steph. >> i'm a vietnam veteran, and ted nugent whimped out and' evaded the draft in many different ways during that period. and he is a piece of scum. they should bring it out that he is a coward -- >> yeah, he's man enough to shoot defenseless animals, though.
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>> yeah, a coward will do that every time. and one other thing to our good friend ann romney, why doesn't anybody have a choice. >> yep. yep. well said. tony in corpus christy, texas. welcome. >> stephanie miller i love your show, and i love you. >> i love you. >> you are the sexiest liberal on tv. >> thank you. >> stephanie what does it mean when you get an endorsement from agent orange. and [ inaudible ] romney taking a dump. >> i could hear that even on your "sports illustrated" speakerphone. >> uh-huh. >> jim mcdermott next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> she is a pretty strange female. >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. well, let's see the u.s. senate gee, there is something new. they blocked the buffet rule that would set the minimum 30% income tax for the highest earners. the republicans, hal, of course called it a political stunt. >> sure just a gimmick.
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>> rich people don't actually pay their taxes. >> gallup poll showed nearly 60% of voters are in favor of the bill. good morning, jim mcdermott. >> how are you? >> i'm probably tired like you are, when i look at one thing after another that the american people are for, and the republicans just block. >> sitting here in the ways and means control room where we are taking $46 billion back from the medicare bill for subsidies to the middle class to buy health insurance, we're clawing it back from them taking it back and meanwhile over in the senate they refuse to raise $46 billion that they could very easily get. it really is a crazy place right now. >> it is amazing how -- i think i showed the chart yesterday of
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just though unprecedented -- if you look at any chart the obstructionism is just -- off the charts compared to any other administration ever, right? >> yep. it was designed from the very beginning by mr. mcconnell to prevent anything going through that would make president obama look good. and he has worked at it every day since the president was inaugurated. >> well, as he told us. but, you know, what i wonder is you know, again when you see like poll after poll on whatever issue it is, that the american people are largely on our side on these issues and the republicans -- with the buffet rule they are saying this doesn't solve the tax -- it doesn't solve everything but it's a start. >> i don't know how you can say that $46 billion isn't very much money.
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it's amazing how there is -- they worry about $300 million that's being spent on family planning. that's a lot of money. oh, god they just throw themselves all over the room over $300 million, and then they blow off $4.5 million a year. it is simply designed to crush the middle class. >> well, what -- so what is next? i mean obviously you know, this is the problem with this 60-vote threshold, right? >> the republicans are now worried. they have got to make some attempt to make it look like they have done something so they can get reelected. it's all about the recollection campaign now, and i believe they are making a serious mistake when they don't want to raise any revenue at all. they are all worried about the deficit, you and i are worried
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about the deficit, but the answer to the deficit is not cutting all of the programs, it's raising more revenue at least in part. and what they are doing is saying we will never raise revenue at all on anything on anybody at anytime unless they are poor. >> yeah, exactly. the president yesterday called for greater federalover sight of oil markets. >> we can't afford a situation where some speculators can reap millions while millions of american families get the short end of the stick. >> shockingly mitt romney didn't like the plan. i mean -- it just does not matter what the president is for or what he tries to do to help. and again, he is not saying he can control every factor that leads to gas prices right, representative -- >> one second. i vote aye. [ laughter ] >> wow. i have never had somebody do a live vote on my show. >> that was cool.
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>> that was democracy in work kids. >> hang on. i got to walk into the room. >> see, they are going to say, he didn't vote aye because he was own the "stephanie miller show" show. >> i'm sorry. >> know, that was awesome. >> that was a civic's class for the kids watching. >> i'm in the committee hearing on affordable care act and out here talking about taxes. >> something fathers hadn't envisioned in talk radio yet. i vote aye. [ laughter ] >> that was awesome. we love your laugh so much. [ laughter ] >> we were talking about -- the president talking about oil speculation yesterday. the president one more time
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yesterday. >> america now imports less than half of the oil we used for the first time in more than a decade. so we are less vulnerable than we were, but we are still too vulnerable. >> again, as i was saying you know he is not saying that he can affect every factor that affects gas prices but this is one of them, speculation, right? >> absolutely. yeah, the president is doing everything he can -- he knows -- he knows what the american people are worried about. and everybody is worried about gas prices, but the speculators don't give a darn. they are out there making as much money on people's anxiety as they can. >> right. and once again as i was saying mitt romney of course against it. he said this will not distract the american people of the president's record of sacrificing america's future for the extremists. what is he talking about?
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>> it's rhetoric designed to scare. the whole of the economy -- or the economic message from mitt romney is, i'm going to scare to you to death if you keep obama your end is near but if you put me in, why everything will be just fine in 15 minutes. >> right. >> it is simply nonsense. obama has done everything he could against enormous resistance from the republicans in the senate. they have used the filibuster so many times it set an indoor and outdoor record. >> exactly. i love this oil and gas man took issue with the booking of enron. those of us out here in california, rep tent live jim mcdermott can attest to that.
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i think that's a fair analogy, don't you? >> of course. and that's -- i mean, when -- when people like that and others attack the president for bringing -- pointing at speculators, they simply are not -- they are again, making no sense at all. the president's job is to protect us against speculators. that's what franklin delano roosevelt did by creating the security and exchange commission and all of these things and people think now he's let the economy run free and we'll be all free. no, you won't. the speculators will take you to the cleaners again and again. in the time i have been in congress, i have seen two financial crises.
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>> yeah, they are against any regulation of any kind ever apparently. and out here in california we can say two things about enron, governor schwarzenegger. thanks a lot. [ applause ] >> here a mitch mcconnell. >> they said it is more about drawing a distinction. we don't need distinctions we need solutions. >> solutions. >> that is a solution right? >> here is water. these are distinctions between two elements. >> when we say the rich ought to pay their fair share they go class war fair. that's how you solve something, right? >> yep, that's the only sensible solution, and using this business about class war fair.
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you don't think it's class war fair on us to say we're going to take away your chance at buying a health care policy or you are not going to have any social security because we're going to hand everybody their own money and let them go to wall street and see what they can do. all of that is shaking the american sense of security and it is class war fair because it is putting -- if we were to move on social security and let people go out into the market we would simply expose them to all of the speculators out there who have been manipulating the market. your social security is there and will be there when you are 65 or 67. and they want the whole of the country to be subjected to speculators. >> yeah. >> jim kramer admitted to manipulating the market simply
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to shave off money. and he said the reason he could get away with it is the sec doesn't understand when it is happening. it's even easier to do when it's a commodity. >> it was as if the mortgage crisis too happened by accident. like they didn't know they were putting toxic mortgages in with good ones. who are they kidding? >> there were a whole bunch of people who tried to stop it. you had a whole number of people, and the media and the financeal industry just rolled over them and say, oh they are just doom and gloom people. there are sensible people who knew what was happening, and the congress ignored it. and i think we did ourselves a huge amount of damage by our failure to recognize and deal
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with something -- as i physician if i see you have a problem, i will say you better take care of that, or you will have a bigger problem tomorrow. but in politics sometimes we say let's just close our eyes and hope it goes away. it doesn't go away you have to go after it. >> yep, i think i speak for all of us when i say i vote aye on jim mcdermott! [ laughter ] >> talk to you soon. >> love him. love him. [ applause ] >> excuse me exjust extended health care to a bunch of people who didn't have it. >> now back to more important things. >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> yes, right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> wow totally awesome! all right! >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ girl all the bad guys want, girl all the bad guys want ♪ >> uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." >> oh, yeah. >> 51 minutes after the hour. this hour brought to go to meeting. my listeners can try it free for 30 days. click on the try it free icon and click in stephanie, won't you. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> looky here i got an email from somebody at current. we tripled the ratings at current. >> isn't that lovely? >> gosh, hal i thought there was no market -- >> next thing you know we'll have a successful tour --
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>> what? [ applause ] >> meanwhile in glenn beck land. >> yeah. crappy rating in the christmas sweater. >> yeah. >> now fred, i have to say, the christmas sweater is one of the most laugh-out-loud funny shows you will ever see. never mind it is not supposed to be, it's true. the hard part is -- it's hard to breathe because you are holding you are trying not to laugh during the parts that aren't supposed to be funny. >> he does have an excellent phone manner with his callers. ♪ hey, you, get off of my phone ♪ >> get off my phone you little pin head! >> get off my phone!
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>> i don't care! you people don't care! i'm losing my mind today! >> pick your head up and put it back on your shoulders, because it is rolling all over the ground right now. ♪ >> that's a high scream for a man. [ screaming ] >> didn't mark levin scream at someone this morning? >> no, fake mark levin just tweeted to me get off my line you statist pig! now go! >> that's very, very funny. and sarcastic. >> deb in california. hi, deb. >> hi, steph. i'm in love with you. >> thank you. >> my husband is too. >> oh, three way! thank you. >> thank you. i wanted to tell you what i heard about, well mitch mcconnell. he has dropped his turtle to the
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top of his vacation car. >> yeah, upside down. >> you know how ann romney was talking about how she was a mom and it was hard work, and we already covered all of that but one of the things that entertained me was how when the footage came out about mitt romney talking about how ho was so great to upthe massachusetts welfare cost because there was dignity in work. >> yeah. >> they have to work because otherwise their children will be learn sloppy welfare type things. yeah, look at his five sons getting a hundred thousand dollars a year tax free off of their trust account. that's exactly what they raised. >> yeah. right. dog wars escalate. barack obama ate dog meat when
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he was nine. [ screaming ] >> and that's reflective of your decision-making skills. >> the romney campaign fighting back on the war on dogs. this was from president obama east best-selling memoir dreams of my father. when he was a little boy in indonesia, the spokesman tweeted what is the next attack from romney and the rnc that will surface on a 6 to 10 year old. >> exactly. >> like, oh, you got us there. okay. >> at one point i -- i have it on good authority that obama actually peed his pants. granted he was wearing a diaper at the time -- >> okay. >> one time he ate dog pancakes. >> yes. maria, welcome. >> i just started watching your show a couple of weeks now, and i love it. >> thank you.
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>> all of you are wonderful. >> thank you. >> and i'm very nervous. >> don't be nervous. >> wanted to give you guys a little riddle and then make a point about taxes for the job creators. >> i prefer a high cue, but all right. >> what was gop stand for? it stands for while they take care of the top 1% they go pee on the rest of us. >> all right. next time a dirty limerick. go ahead. >> and in regards to the continuing tax cuts. you can't raise taxes on the job creators. i'm thinking we haven't raise taxes on the job creators in ten years, and look at the economy, it is still in the toilet. >> yep. >> why people that will vote against their own interests don't see that -- i'm homeless now, when clinton was president, i was able to buy new cars new home, and i was in my 20s, and
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always had a job. >> good point. >> because they don't actually care what happens to the country long term. >> as you said, they are renters. >> they are putting their money in the camen islands. >> yep. hi, mike. >> hey, i want to say that not all fat balding white men in missouri like rush limbaugh are fascist. >> okay. point taken. >> hunter's alert is for all hunters in the vicinity in the cheney nugent hunting party, don't yell coyote. >> they will reflectively shoot
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each other. just pull the trigger in fear. >> yes. >> victory in grand rapids on the paul ryan budget. >> hi stephanie. >> hi. >> you are supposed to do air plodes whenever you say paul ryan budget. >> okay. jennifer grandholm had a bit on last night which was a bit of encouraging news. she has sister samone -- i forget her last name who has written a letter to paul ryan about his budget. paul ryan was on this christian radio talk show on sunday, and he said that the ryan budget was guided by his christianity. >> oh, of course it is. i think i'm going to be on with the governor tomorrow night by the way. she is awesome.
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>> nice. >> 58 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ [ theme music ] ♪ well hello current tv fans. i'm staring lovingly at hal sparks, and he is staring lovingly at his ipad. the perfect professional marriage. >> i love you honey. >> whatever. anyways -- >> we have a third hour of hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks who will just continue to ignore me. >> the last one for a couple of weeks. >> right. >> you are going to be in rock
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star mode. >> i'm actually on current tonight. i'm on "the young turks." >> oh don't cross over. >> we have a lot to go including -- because this is weird, a really awkward moment for mitt romney on the campaign trail. we'll tell you what happened. in the meantime jacki schechner with a current news update. >> good morning, everyone. time magazine is out with his 100th most inspirational people in the world. addition to president, mitt romney, a handful of other u.s. political notables including marco rubio, ron paul, and governor andrew cuomo of
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new york president obama kicks off its campaign for hispanics today. also the pew research center has released a poll saying that president obama is far ahead with hispanic voters thus far. and mitt romney is now weighing in on the secret service scandal down in columbia saying he would quote clean house to get rid of the agents involved. mitt romney suggested that a lack of leadership lead to the misconduct. he is also ways on the gsa, where the senate is holding hearings on that right now as we speak, and he said the wasteful spending was an embarrassment to
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8:03 am, check it out. it is hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks. who is going to be off with his band in may. >> yeah. >> but don't forget july is coming up. >> this is a special callout to all of your l.a. progressives out there. a short distance dedication the stephanie miller sexy liberal comedy tour is coming back to california. >> holy hollywood. >> on saturday july 28th the world famous leader will host our greatest comedy trio. with john fagelsang, hal sparks and featuring, radio and television star, stephanie miller. tickets are currently available online at, at the theater box office or by calling 1-800-745-3000. a portion of the evening proceeds will be donated to the
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trevor project. that's the sexy liberal stephanie miller comedy tour. the countdown to the sexy liberal comedy tour los angeles return starts now. [ applause ] >> uh-huh. >> thank you kids. maybe we should have ted nugent open for us, what do you think? >> sure. ♪ now if you come [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ because i didn't ever want to go to vietnam and so i crapped in my pants ♪ ♪ because i'm back [ censor bleep ] crazy, i'm back [ censor bleep ] crazy ♪ ♪ my mine's getting achy i'm back [ censor bleep ] crazy ♪ ♪ you know my [ inaudible ] is lazy ♪ ♪ you know i'm crack [ censor
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bleep ] crazy ♪ [ applause ] >> wow. speaking of [ censor bleep ] words. did you see bob beckel drop an s-bomb. >> yes. >> who doesn't do this to neil bortz. you don't know what the [ censor bleep ] you are talk about. >> i don't know what i'm talking about, but i speak with distinct diction. >> yeah, he didn't believe for like a minute that they were back on the air. >> and the next day on the five they closed up the show by putting a big swear job in front of bob and he emptied out his wallet. [ laughter ] >> goober. buddy in columbus you are on
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the "stephanie miller show." >> good morning. and jacki schechner too. she likes the weather. >> stop calling my show and saying slutty things about jacki. >> if you can't smell the karl rove on this, this is faux outrage. >> yeah, exactly. remember in 2004 the story about w he went awol and then after a while the story became oh, look at dan rather. >> yeah. right. >> the republicans have been awful to women, and now they change it they are against ann romney and motherhood. >> yeah, and they hate apple pie. >> and on the lighter side god
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bless her to secret service men, there were 11 of them and there was over 20 hookers. outnumbered two to one. [ applause ] >> all right. senator suzanne collins on the hooker scandal. >> i'm deeply troubled about how many people were involved. it wasn't just one or two, it was 11 and that suggests to me unfortunately a broader problem. >> a culture problem? >> a culture problem, and also i find it hard to believe it hasn't happened in other countries on other important missions. >> you are right. i would be surprised as well. >> yes. senator collins. >> i know some of the agents have claimed that they were just watching television -- [ laughter ] >> -- sure. >> some apparently have admitted to engaging prostitutes.
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>> the television was on. like 48 hours. >> like me knocking on hal sparks's door on sexy liberal. what are you doing in there? [ knocking ] >> yeah. it's the tv. >> all right. see you at the show later. >> say something tv like. [ knocking ] >> jay carty. >> the president has confidence in director sullivan. the director acted swiftly and is overseeing an investigation; that obviously needs to be conducted. >> obviously. >> yeah. >> well, you know -- if they are doing their jobs when they are supposed to be, i really don't care what they do when they are off duty. >> peter king said they shouldn't keep drinking -- >> yeah, that was the problem. >> i agree, i think there is a distinct difference between those two activities. was one you can cease the moment
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danger arises. your hang overdoesn't go away when you pull your pants on. anybody who has heard a car door slam -- >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> all right. i have no idea what you are talking about -- >> you are in the kitchen making pancakes -- >> sitting around reading magazines naked. >> yeah. she was on it. >> hilary clinton going out drinking, don't mind it. secret service. i kind of mind it. >> for one night if she was the secretary of whoop whoop, who cares. >> the secret service, stop or i'll barf. >> welcome deloris.
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>> good morning. >> i have two things i would like to point out, one about hilary rosen and wolfe blitzer i don't know why he hasn't been made to apologize to her the way he interviewed her. >> exactly for him to lecture her on air like she was a child -- >> it was awful. >> yeah. >> and i think he should be called down on it. >> yep. >> and the second thing is why hasn't though media been talking about what is going on in michigan with the republicans taking over the ben hurst area appointing a manager and you don't hear that much about it. our rachel meadow -- >> if it didn't happen on
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current, i didn't see it. [ dial tone ] >> what? my phone doesn't work anymore. [ laughter ] >> all right. mitt romney sought to inoculate himself against democrat charges he favors the rich. saying his yet to be disclosed tax returns will not benefit the rich at the expense of others. he said i'm going to keep the burden on the upper income people the same it is today. what? >> not at all? >> i know democrats will say these are tax accounts for the rich -- yes, yes, we will. >> no. he said no. no they are not. he's pretty easily provable they are. his own taxes will be cut in half. >> uh-huh. >> and people who are already dealing with high gas prices and feeding their kids will have to pay, more actually. >> romney also attacked a second
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concern that he has difficulty establishing rapport with the middle class. >> what? who said that? >> is this the most awkward moment you have heard yet? >> i thought there were people i know and paupers. >> his campaign arranged an outdoor event in pittsburgh -- >> this was awful. >> in which he sat eight area residents and he sat around a picnic table and talked about issues. romney guessed that a plate of cookies were from a local 7/11 bakery or whatever. >> local 7/11 bakery. >> i don't think he is accustomed to -- >> i don't think he is accustomed to -- >> could somebody on -- because they are driving through parts of the country he ignores most
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of the time. he is like where can i get a nice bottle of wine this is fish. >> yeah. >> they keep putting him in things that are designed to like -- >> right. >> and it just makes it worse. i know let's put him at a picnic table. >> and did you see the footage of that? >> everyone was sitting around the picnic table stiff and nervously laughing when he kind of cracked a joke. >> this must be from the 7/11 bakery -- >> we import our french pastry chef from the same place we got our au pair. how about you all? >> i often go there to enjoy the hot dog humidor. >> yeah, get this macaroons
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imported from paris, that anne has before dressage. anyone else? >> he let the au pair get them. you know what would go good with these polo? [ laughter ] >> 17 minutes after the hour. i get letters look at this one from joe. thanks for advertising carbonite. >> look at that. >> she says steph i got a subscription last year after hearing your ads, i haven't had a computer crash yet, but my computer is getting old, and now i know my back upfiles are there. i do everything on my computer and i can not afford to lose files. what peace of mind. see that peace of mine. that's what you are buying. [ applause ] >> plans start at $59 for the entire year. if you have one computer or
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