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♪ pour some sugar on -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ in the name of love ♪ ♪ pour of sugar on >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show." charlie pierce coming up after the bottom of the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the number. wayne in ohio welcome. hi, wayne. hello, wayne? going once going twice? chris in chicago you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> it is the official french teacher. [ speaking french ] >> all i can say about gordon is [ speaking french ] >> yeah, because there have been shifted added to most of the
plants. they are going to mitt night shifts so they are hiring totally new workers. so i don't know what he is saying. >> yeah, he doesn't know what he is talking about. deb in california. >> hey there love. my love affair has not died. and it has beens a least a few months. [ romantic music ] >> well, there's one. you know my husband and i cried when you broke up. >> oh deb. >> we are know we love each other and we didn't want you to have some perfectly doting cool-ass chick. >> that's all right. we will continue our three way. it's magic. >> right on. i had seen, jr. on the jennifer grandholm show. may i read about a minute's worth of it. it's about solyndra.
>> why don't you paraphrase for me. >> he talks about that we give all of the subsidies to the richest industry in the history of the world but if you took away the subsidies they couldn't complete with wind and field, and we can no produce electricity less expensively than oil and coal. solyndra failed because the chinese are investing over $750 billion in their wind and solar. >> that's exactly right. >> the chinese cease this as the arms race. we are the ones who destroyed solyndra, the congress who would
not give the subsidies to the up and coming technologies of the next 100 years. >> yes and no one is smarter on the environment than bobby kennedy, jr. and send your love out to him, his wife committed suicide. >> yes, we were in shock over it. i love rfj, so i can't imagine. >> and a tragedy for the kids as well. okay. let's go to beth in dallas. hey, beth. welcome. >> hey, hi mommy. hi mooks. how are you doing? >> good. >> the tireless people at bain i know it is hard work creating so many jobs but they are still at it. but they have now obtained
american lines. they have cut 14,000 jobs outsourcing, hiring back at lower salaries -- >> yeah. and that's a good point that no one has made this morning is about retirement funds as well. not just what they are doing to workers presently. but as the president said not the point. the point is to create profits for bain. >> that's right. >> monroe in chapel hill north carolina. hi monroe. >> hello, hello. >> hi. >> i was just wondering if i got a little wanky geeky with some of the north carolina numbers. >> go ahead. >> we have 9.5 million people living in the state, and only about 6.5 million of those are registered voters so if you look at the like 1% -- 1.2 or 4
million that voted for amendment 1 you are only talking about less than 16% of the state -- >> right. >> -- so the rest of us, what have we got to do. >> that's right. somebody sent me this from the news and observer there. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> that's what they were talking about. this one is saying d blah blah blah, 61% -- or 21% voted for amendment 1. just one-fifth of the registered voters. so that's something that -- at least a silver lining to look at. 29 minutes after the hour. charlie pierce has some great stuff as usual on cory booker and much more. as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> i love -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> everybody does! >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. terry writes i am fairly confident i can rig that fence to be a vibrating fence instead. [ applause ] >> hi, josh welcome. >> hi, steph. i just wanted to -- you asked earlier what the difference was
between homosexual and queer. >> right. i just wanted to give you the version i have been taught. while homosexual is you are attracted to a person of the same gender, same sex. queer is when there is some other factor that is your determinant for who you are attracted to. like my girlfriend for instance, she is attracted to masculinity but doesn't care if it comes in a man or a woman. >> oh. i doubt the pastor understands those distinctions. >> no, one pen size fits all. >> i just know they can't reproduce. >> where do they come from momny? okay. let's check in with our tuesday pal. there is only one man that understands that's pierce.
♪ >> charlie pierce political columnist forest year.com. ♪ why is everybody always laughing with me ♪ >> good morning, charlie pierce. >> hi we have been visiting the cracker factory in north carolina >> yes, we have. >> pastor homo pen. >> great piece on the cory booker brouhaha. here comes the headline bain financial industry gave over $565,000 to may your cory booker. >> curious. because the entire system has been rigged by john roberts. you make sure the country's actual owners are clear by showing how much of a ho you are willing to be. he is having a hard time walking this back isn't he? >> nauseating is a hard word to
walk back in so many ways. and the equivalence between that '5 the jeremiah right stuff is just preposterous. >> they picked up the criticism and flew it with like a crow that found a gum wrapper. >> when i can get a laugh from chris lavoie in like la jolla. >> yeah right? >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> i think i'll turn on current tv and see if he is sitting on the sidewalk. [ laughter ] >> but, you know, you say in this -- the same piece i have come to the conclusion that the only hope forprogressive policies in the foreseeable future is the tea party people stay neoistic, and paul ryan was on again portraying that he is
an actual thinker. repeat after me, not pat [ inaudible ] are interested in either saving medicare or improving medicaid. they don't believe either one to be legitimate functions of government. >> yeah, i just -- i don't -- i don't see the -- the possibility of these guys having changed their minds on this. this is what got them elected. they just don't want to say it because they know it is an electorate loser. when newt gingrich talked about letting medicare die on the vine, he wasn't kidding. that is a strategy. >> yeah. and whenever you try to pin these guys down they go i'm not going to negotiate on the tv. >> yeah. >> john boner stopped by, i have
never been shy about leading, but leaders need followers, it's hard to keep 218 frogs in a wheel barrel long enough to get a bill past. >> frogs in the wheel barrel is one i have never heard before. >> yeah. >> and especially when one frog saysal len west and the other part is lions who eat everything they see. >> yeah. >> this is his spin on having a completely uncontrollable caucus. >> i think they are controllable. nothing is happening in the country that they don't want to have happen. >> yeah, but is that going to be strategy -- >> i can't do anything with these people? >> exactly. >> you are lucky you have me, because otherwise these people one would run amuck. >> and what is going to happen
with this debt ceiling thing? >> i think they will play it out to the end. i stopped using the phrase i can't imagine these guy would -- like they wouldn't light themselves on fire in the middle of the house floor at this point. >> yeah, it's just exhausting because it seems to me they lost on that even politically last time. >> yes, and it doesn't seem to bother them, so ether they believe they are not losing politically or they don't really care. >> yeah. >> charlie you have to clue me in. the indian wars and elizabeth warren's problem. tell us what is going on. you talk about the boston herald said it's probably too late to abandon warren over this scandal. >> yeah, and i speak of a former
employee of that fine publication. apparently at some point or another repeating what i believe to be family lower which is pretty much the same thing as macuvia did, elizabeth warren claimed like 1/4 cherokee. and it is a really ugly sub text. and frankly i haven't met anybody in my life from oklahoma who hasn't claimed some indian ancestry. that has her been her, she has not handled it well. she keeps trying to change the subject. he is had a really bad interview with chris matthews about it who was trying to throw her a life raft. she has to realize what the subject is all about, which is
to somehow unmine her credentials which calling her a liar. >> yeah. >> this is the last great battle of the indian wars up here. >> yeah. by the way you sound like you have 218 frogs in your throat this morning. >> yes i need john boehner with a very tiny wheel barrel. >> or perhaps you need a turtle tunnel [ laughter ] >> there is something grim and nasty here that the republicans ought to recognize, i mean it's just -- here we go again right? >> yeah. >> it really is just kind of an ugly affirmative action story, that has no basis in fact and yet it seems to be hurting her. >> it has enough basis in fact to have legs. it -- you know, i don't see any
polling data one way or another to say if it has any effect on the race. you have local democrats talking about how wary they are, that doesn't happen with republicans. >> yeah you are right. marco rubio, that was different in that he totally misspoke. >> yeah, but even so if it's something your parents tell you your whole life, i sort of give people slack for that. but this is the power of nonsense and to ignore it unfortunately in this country, we write strange ideas of what the real ideas are. >> and it is getting a lot of attraction in the twitter versa, and blogger world.
>> exactly. >> sarah palin needs a map again, princess dumb ass. she has found another quirk for which she is unqualified for now. if you are keeping score at home, you say anything that has to do with the travel industry, up to aaa trip picks. she called from kansas to support a candidate in texas. >> wow. >> when spain owned half of the continent it was probably a legitimate things. >> i heard some of the calls, hello, texas, i'm sarah palin. >> oh, bless her heart. >> charlie pierce go get some
lossen lossenges. >> i have an old werthers with a dog hair on it. >> fine. wonderful. >> charlie pierce love ya. [ applause ] >> 44 minutes after the hour right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: kid tested john connier approved. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. >>the award winning series "vanguard" new episodes coming soon. only on current tv.
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indict private equity. we're getting into a ridiculous point in america. if you look at the totaltive of bain's record, they have done a lot to support businesses to grow businesses. >> and hitler loved animals. [ buzzer sounds ] >> see what you did there, jim. >> and hitler built the autobahn. >> now he has been back pedalling. the gop of course quickly sent out an email do you know what obama does with people who stand up for job creators he silences them. that's right the obama campaign pressured booker in to taking back his words. sign a petition, i stand with cory booker. >> oh, my good. >> i stand with corey. so booker responded last night, he said that slogan had me and
my entire staff really fit to be tied. >> i used the word nauseating because that's how i feel, i believe that mitt romney is not being completely honest with his role and record even while a business person. >> okay. okay. yeah, as kelly said that's kind of a hard word to walk back from. >> he has talked about himself as a job creator, and therefore it is reasonable to examine that record and discuss it. >> yes. >> i am upset, i have been taken out of context. mitt romney would have come out and said -- like obama did, the citizens united is going to hurt our democracy. the negativity on our side has
got to stop. he would say i stand with cory booker. let's stop the super pac money. >> yeah he is the one that drew the analogy between the reverend wright attacks. and even mitt romney says so, and bain capital which is he running on. he said that had me and my staff fit to be tied. of course they are, they are republicans. that's what they do. that's why you don't go on "meet the press," and give them ammunition. i'm very upset about being used by the gop this way. i agree with david axelrod who just said booker is wrong, period. let's go to kevin in indiana. hi, kev. >> hi, steph. >> hi. >> i love you guys. >> thank ya.
>> but not in a queer way. >> or a homosexual or lesbian way. >> or a electrified fence way. >> yeah. >> these job creators have been getting tax cuts for years and years now -- >> and they have been creating jobs in china. >> yeah, but see i'm not paying them to create jobs in china. i am paying them to create jobs here. and they failed. so basically they are fired and i want my money back. >> yeah. tommy said free range lesbian, do they taste like chicken? [ buzzer sounds ] >> oh, my god. >> hi, well to the "stephanie miller show." >> i am going to meet you guys in boston. i have tickets for your show. i'm excited.
and number 2 i wanted to make the comment about the pastor with the electric fence. it is ridiculous this man is talking this way, because there are heterosexual families that have children, and by his own admission he is saying we are going to destroy them because they cannot reproduce. >> yes. >> these people are so tied in a knot -- >> he is more of a big-picture guy. >> a big picture. a big fence. electrified. [ "deliverance" music ] >> gill, good morning. >> good morning. i want toe say two things about the electrified fence pastor. that would be the best-decorated well-run island on the planet. >> right? >> and him talking reminds me from a line from "designing
women" when mary joe sayings there is a patron st. of homosexuals named st. francis of a lezzy. oh, there you go. [ whacky comedy music ] >> eddie mann -- >> one time dixie of designing women. >> yeah. dau. >> dau. >> julia. >> right, sure. kevin in orange county you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi kev. >> hey, stephanie, lay, chris, hey, jim, hey jacki. >> everybody settle. ?ñ
there you go. look a you you clever little minks. >> michael in new york. you are on the "stephanie miller show." michael in new york. hi, mike. >> hey there sexy momma. >> hey now. >> let's analyze mitt romney's corporations of people. none of them have a penis or a vagina, if corporations are people, why don't you show us the birth certificates the same you are harassing president obama for his -- [ audio lost ] >>it's a little bit of magic. >>connect with "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at facebook.com/stephaniemillershow and on twitter at smshow.
♪ [ technical difficulties ] financial trouble. yesterday we figured out that he had $4.8 million in campaign debt. now it appears his private ventures have some serious money problems too. the gingriches are likely to lose an outstanding settlement in bankruptcy court. that settlement would have been newt's share from the sale of his health care policy center, which makes up a large portion of the gingrich's net worth. newt gingrich decides to run for president, he then sells his stake in the health policy center, the center loses membership because it loses newt, and then newt can't get money from the sale.
>> like let's see here. oh, aaron did. steph, as a graduate of oregon state university it was nice to see you wearing a beaver hat the other day. what is your connection to the university. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> there is no connection i will just wear anything anyone sees me. >> nice beaver. >> thank you, i just had it stuffed. >> no connection, just immature. >> a listener sent that to you. >> yes, and so i wore it. >> it was a nice hat. >> i will put on or take off anything that anyone asks me to. that's just how i am. [ applause ] >> slut. >> she is a slut look at her, slut! >> thank you. uncle duky says hi steph what
does the computer -- computer say noes computer says no. >> it's from nbc. when can i purchase my dog be good hat. >> from the bad dog freda store. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> watch you daily on current tv. >> currently on -- >> yes on current tv >> in boston when i get home from work, thanks to my trusted dvr keeps me sane. >> those of you who are counting on keeping you sane, good luck. [ applause ] >> jim's impersonation of george ford was amazing.
>> that wasn't gerald ford. >> all right. every now and again, we have our good friend right-wing world tool rich gaylen on. some mornings he returns our calls. good morning, rich. [ romantic music ] >> wait a minute, i'm still licking. [ laughter ] >> why was a right-wing tool lick himself? because he can. >> that's right. how is the tour going? >> fabulously. >> good for you. everybody talking about corey booker this morning, you have been a strategist for a long time, there are sometimes when you just bury your head in your hand. as david axle rod said he is wrong on this. >> david axelrod thinks he is
wrong. but it is one of those things that happens -- and it happens generally speaking when campaigns are sort of -- you know, when they have sort of run off of the road a little bit, these things come in sequences. just stuff goes wrong, and then they get straightened out and forget about it. this isn't going to be the end of the campaign -- >> yeah. >> obviously it takes the obama campaign out of its message road for two or three days. >> you know there is something wrong when the republican candidates in the primary have made the case against bain capital better than obviously the surrogates have. >> mitt said that he was surprised that the obama people are doing it not because it's -- you know what they are saying means right or wrong, but he newt tried to do it and it didn't work. so why would they do something that they have already seen doesn't work, but this is where -- obviously they have
polling that says -- >> yeah -- rich but isn't there a difference in a republican primary. it doesn't work on republicans who see any attack on any type of capitalism has bad. the democratic electorate and the general electorate, that does resinate. >> yeah, you are exactly right. it is designed to get the democratic liberal -- and i use liberal as a point on my chart -- but the liberal base ginned up and say this is what we're fighting against. it's the occupy movement of 1%. >> i wouldn't say we are as ginned up as rick perry. >> yeah, and how did that work for him? you are making my case. >> you are making mine. i know you are, but what am i? [ laughter ] >> glue. >> what is that? >> glue.
>> no, as the president said when mitt romney is running on this, i mean it absolutely is fair game, you can't say this is dirty politics that nauz at it anybody. >> anything is fair game as far as i'm concerned. but i think what -- people who actually knew about this stuff, and i'm not one of them i don't understand business, hence i'm on the phone with you. >> you are very frisky this morning. >> a little licking goes a long way. >> don't i know it. [ laughter ] >> but it's not bain capital per se, it's the perceived attack on capitalism in total that has some of the obama's people a little bit nervous. >> the president made very clear
he of course is not attacking all capitalism. it is fair to look at these companies that they have highlighted in some of these ads. how does mitt romney have the gal to say solyndra solyndra but all of the companies you bankrupted at bain those don't count. >> i think there is a lot of difference between using your personal money to back a business, and using my personal money to back -- that was -- i mean -- >> take that up with george bush who started the process for solyndra. >> but they didn't make the deal or change the terms of the loan -- >> all right. >> the sound of radios clicking off all across the country. >> just when we were getting along so well. >> lick this. >> lick this. [ laughter ] >> go rich.
>> wow, rich came loaded this morning. it's hard to say how that is going to play out as the campaign rolls along. >> you are right. this is only may. people are paying attention sort of looking through one eye. there is a lot going on in the country and the world. and right now, these are like two heavyweight boxers in the early rounds, they are just throwing jabs to see how the other guy reacts, and i think that's part of what is going on here. >> yeah, it's maybe flinch time. >> that's right. >> mitch daniels said that -- let's see he said he delivered his most forceful rejection of the presidential nomination saying he would disconnect his phone if romney called him. who is going to be the vp? >> if i had about a quarter i
would bet on the by [ inaudible ]. biden was elected when he was -- to the senate when he was 29 years old. he turned 30 before the congress convened, so he could get sworn in. but he has been there for 40 years, he knows where every cobweb is in hide-away office, and time after time he has gone up to capitol hill to smooth ruffled feathers. he'll get things done if somebody needs tickets to the white house box at kennedy center. whatever. he knows how the place work. the president doesn't and frankly doesn't want to. and romney finds himself in the same position. he doesn't have many pals on capitol hill and somebody like
portman who was a senate, u.s. trade representative, and the senator from ohio by the way, i think would be a very useful choice. >> it would be a big-f-ing deal. >> yeah, and he is trying to go with the boring white guy. >> unlike who? barack obama who went with the boring white guy. >> joe biden is many things but he is not boring. >> i love the fact that the white house calls when biden speaks, and they have to clean up after him, they call him joe baumes. [ explosion ] [ laughter ] >> are you pro or against electrified fences for lesbian. >> no, i'm a pro gay marriage guy. >> good for you. ♪ >> how do you think it will play out in the general? >> i don't think it will do much either way. when you look at the top 15
issues, there is some people for whom that is a game changer on one side or the other, and they will vote in favor of that but overall it will have a very minor impact on voting behavior but i think as a right that -- i think it's a very big deal in terms of human rights. >> you better watch out you might find yourself behind a electrified fence. >> yeah. >> i'll be back there with some really smart people so that's okay. [ laughter ] >> rich gaylen you are a delight much to by chagrin. >> yay! [ applause ] >> julie in portland has a question? >> regarding the electrified fences probably the first couple that should go through that
would be mary cheney and her wife. >> huh oh. >> i figure if you are going to have an electrified fence, let's make it equality here. and that worked really good in world war ii with the japanese americans that we actually had to pay them. >> yes. i'm looking forward to my lesbian reparations. okay. 18 minutes -- girl has got to make a living. 18 minutes after the hour. kids we tell you about carbonite all the time. there is a better way to backup do it automatically online with carbonite. set it up once and your company's files will be backed up continually. like computer condoms, they are on all of our computers here.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ that's what i like about you ♪ >> i don't like her. >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. 23 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. someone tweeted me. bain bankruptcies did cost taxpayers money. bain rated pension funds and then the people had to be paid by taxpayers. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> yeah. >> okay. terry writing the letter of why i am exactly like hitler. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> because breitbart said romney was just like hitler. scott walker will win. i'm a retired uaw worker and sent scott worker some money.
>> oh, wow. >> did you give back all of your pension and all of the money you earned by being a union member. >> well played, sir. you call yourself a progressive, isn't that what hitler was? >> no. >> no. >> and part of two ♪ you are an idiot ♪ >> and somebody said hitler was a marxist. >> yeah. >> caught your stupid show by accident -- >> stupid. >> you stupid. >> it's stupid. oh, boy. >> that never wins well for me when people catch my show by accident. i'll make sure that never happens again. i think you are watching terry. by the way i'm a tea bagger, whatever that is. i was thinking you could explain it. >> yes, i can.
if you go to sexy liberal on facebook, you can see the first interracial three-way tea bagging demonstration. >> she is not tea bagging -- >> no. that is just a little something extra. >> she is power something. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> i -- i saw the video, i -- you know. >> all right. [ laughter ] >> let's go to chris in chicago, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, chris. >> hello. hey i love when newt gingrich self grandizing himself. >> when has he ever done that? >> yeah. there's a reason why he is truthfully talking about bain didn't work for him, because he is newt. if he is saying it didn't work for him, so it won't work for obama, he has to remember that obama is the candidate on this
side, but newt was the candidate on the other side. so it doesn't matter what he said, because nobody wanted himnyway. but it's really hard for him to justify saying don't do it because it didn't work for me. >> yeah, any attack on any kind of capitalism doesn't play in republican circles. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> who thinks this kind of capitalism -- who thinks it is all the same. bain capital more than doubled its money on gs industries. even as the steel manufacturer -- they cut over than 1,750 jobs shattered a vision that has been around for hundreds of years and then went into bankruptcy. >> he destroyed a company and then profited from it. >> yeah. it's all the same? >> whatever! >> hum. >> matt in chicago would like to know where the lesbian pen would be located?
>> yeah, where will this electrified fence being, because if it is around palm springs, and the government is paying for my cosmos, i'm all for it. [ whacky comedy music ] [ laughter ] >> there are lesbian scouts right now. >> yeah all corners of the country. >> lesbian triangle. >> yeah, of the gay-verse. >> barry in illinois would like to be in charge. hi, barry. >> you would like to be the lesbian wrangler. >> i would like to see the one that gets to interrogate that mitt fellow. >> that's right. >> tag them and bag them. >> i would just have to give them a thorough interrogation. >> of course. >> but that electric fence -- >> i don't think this preacher meant to make a nation of men hot over this -- [ laughter ]
>> that was not his intention. okay. rene in colorado. >> yes jim. >> we should probably play that again. >> are we running out of time? >> yeah. >> we'll play it when we get back. rene in colorado real quick. >> hey colorado for sexy liberals. whoo! two things first i wanted to mention i say a chart on the north carolina voters who voted for that amendment, and it appears most of those voters were in the really uneducated counties, and those who didn't vote for it were of course in the more educated counties. but i'm concerned about the people who didn't vote because if it was that small of minority who turned out to vote how do you get the rest of those people out there to do what is morally right. >> that's right. let's hope this activated thinking people. it really was only about 20% of
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♪ >> if there's one way to get the proof out it's -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> stephanie is inside the electrified fence. >> yeah. >> that's circuit party music. >> oh, boy. it is the "stephanie miller show." 34 minutes after the hour. this is -- oh it's pastor what is his name, charles worley. who i hope against hope is not any relation to joanne worley
who i love. >> i figured a way out -- a way to get rid of all of the lesbians and queers but i couldn't get it past the congress. build a great big large fence, 150 or 100 mile long put all of the lesbian in there. fly over and drop some food. do the same thing with though queers and homosexuals. >> different fence? >> and have that fence electrified so they can't get out. and in a few years they'll die out. you know why? they can't reproduce. oh. >> he is a problem solver. >> so you need separate fences for the queers and homosexuals. >> that's what i'm wondering -- >> because any two of those groups could potentially
reproduce -- >> they could reproduce if forced. not on the fence. >> who would serve as gay herding dogs probably like yorkes. >> yeah, chihuahua in a purse. >> move or i will bite your fabulous footwear. >> oh, boy. >> oh looky it's facebook stock. >> what? >> it's tumbling. [ explosion ] >> all you need to know is consumer facebook is the crappier facebook, and now it has become even more annoying. what if facebook created anal gorism this automatically inserted facebook into people's
pupils. what if? [ applause ] >> am i can my marijuana music, please. [ marijuana music ] >> did you happen to leave your 8,000 pound marijuana stash floating in the pacific ocean. >> that's where it is! >> i spaced it! >> 180 bails of marijuana found floating in the water -- ♪ 180 bails of marijuana ♪ >> awesome reef and reefer. >> reef reefer. >> yes. 8,000 pounds of marijuana was recovered. a street value of $4 million. >> wowza. >> catch a weed -- a wave and $4 million of weed. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> you have got yourself a party. [ laughter ] >> ruth in florida, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hey, ruth. >> hey, momma.
just wanted to say i love your show, first time caller. >> thank you. >> i have been watching you since day one. i would like to be the official tree hugging al gore loving environmentalist of the "stephanie miller show." [ bell chimes ] >> there you go. >> corey book whatever is nauseating about that is he is accepting campaign funds from bain capital himself. >> yeah. >> and he has the nerve to get on meet the press and, you know, say that he is nauz at itted by what is being discussed. and that's the pot and the kettle if i ever heard. >> i think the nausea set in when the check cleared. >> yeah, that seemed to pass suddenly. speaking of nauseating cheney to host romney in jackson hole. >> right here the lesbian pen?
>> no, it's not -- >> what? >> it's not near the electrified fence. >> no, the black hole and the universe that dick cheney has created. >> i see. >> because he is evil. romney spoke out in favor of torture, and john mccain blasted romney for refusing to say that water boarding was torture. last year romney said he is the kind of person i would like to have as vice president. now dick is returning the favor. [ applause ] >> the big fat fund raiser for fellow water border -- >> is he suggesting soda boarding? >> no, no caffeine. >> steph the sew plan knows used to love to get ahold of businesses so they could help themselves to the goodies and
then collect on the insurance money that came from burning the business to the ground when they couldn't collect any more debt. >> so romney is the good fella. >> yes. but the end result was the same. [ applause ] >> kevin in chicago. thank you. >> do you have a [ inaudible ]? >> i used to do one. >> it has been a while. >> he has been kind of out of pocket -- >> yeah. >> what am i some kind of clown? >> that's not james kendall. >> stephen in chicago hey, stephen. >> good morning, stephanie with your fine ass self. >> i'm talking about danger danger when i taste brown sugar stephen. >> i work for the railroad -- >> all the live long day? >> excuse me. >> no, there are laws now, not
all the live long day. >> when the auto industry shut downs just for christmas, we notice the slowdown in our business. but i can point out a bunch of ancillary jobs. i don't know if you guys remember from 2008 all of those rail cars out east that were set around just idol because of the rail cars that transport automobiles. they were idol. also the auto plant -- the auto parks. we transport a lot of auto parts. and not to mention the people who build the auto cars -- >> yeah. >> there are so many jobs that are associated with the auto industry, and for them to say that only a couple -- not that many jobs were saved is totally untrue. >> yes exactly. jim who said hello texas i'm sarah palin? >> oh god?
>> tina faye. [ buzzer sounds ] >> no, sarah palin said it -- >> julie ann moore. >> no, we're done. that was sarah palin in a robo call to voters in kansas. [ applause ] >> yeah well. well nay have a-s in them. >> yes. also to most u.s. americans i don't use a map. [ laughter ] >> okay. wowy [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> trying to stop billionaires from paying taxes makes you a nazi. after the facebook cofounder avoided some $67 million in taxes by announcing its american it is anship. they introduced the expatriot
act the bill would make citizens subject to tax -- >> there you go. >> sounds fair to me. >> governor norquist said this is compared to naziism. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> he probably just pledger sized it and transferred it from the original germans. >> because the nazis implemented taxes on the jewish that tried to leave the country. >> when mr. breitbart.com write a screechy blog saying [ inaudible ]. >> i'm guessing never. >> never. >> rachel in maine you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, how are you? >> good. >> i am male to female. i had surgery in 2009 and i am still in love with females, so
does that make me lesbian -- >> you need a whole new pen of your own. >> jump in. you are with us. >> there isn't anything sweeter than a nice woman. >> you need privacy. you get your own pen i guess. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] . >> let's ask the pastor. >> she is the t of lbgt. although if you include the b inside the pen as well they -- they can multiply. because they are bisexual -- >> what about the lbgt blts what about that? >> they are just tasty. >> okay. let's go to dave. do they keep adding more % letters? >> yeah. >> hi, dave. >> romney is trying to act like andrew carnegie that smith
family built that steel mill. his family built that business they made a living, they had 750 people working for them and romney and bain capital came in there, paid themselves big high salaries cut everybody's wages, and stole their pensions and that's how to run a country? >> absolutely. thank you. you are the smartest boy in class. your tan mom -- >> is she still in the news? >> yes. >> really? >> uh-huh. that and much more as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: eke, i just spewed on my dashboard again. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. >>the award winning series "vanguard" new episodes
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♪ i'm going to soak up the -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ going to tell everyone to lighten up ♪ >> talking to you cory booker. [ laughter ] >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. bill in l.a., you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, bill. >> hi, everybody. i have two things for you. >> awe. >> first off i know where right-wingers lick themselves. it's in order to get the taste of koch brothers out of you. [ whacky comedy music ] >> oh, you scamp you.
that will be enough. >> in the "washington post" article, kathleen parker disputed that there was a campaign issue by trying to make reverend jeremiah wright racist. he planned to hire an african american spokesperson. >> see we got a black guy. [ applause ] >> see. they don't even get how racist that is? >> right. >> you might want to get my vomit sound effect ready. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> okay. >> breitbart awars to honor, quote unquote, journalists. [ vomiting. ] >> the heritage foundation partnering with the stern for government integrity, slat -- [ vomiting ]
>> having, quote unquote, pioneered a new media resolution that transformed journalism and the political landscape and sees to find to carry these torch for freedom and truth. [ vomiting ] >> do they realize what breitbart does is not journalism. >> yeah. >> propaganda -- >> it may be analysis -- >> now that was nauseating cory booker. >> yeah. >> jake in pennsylvania you are on the "stephanie miller show." hey, jake. >> what is up? >> not much. what is up? >> all of the candidates are willing to accept millions of dollars in donations and super pacs can collect millions of dollars in donations and everything like that, but nobody is able to collect millions of dollars to pay down the debt and deficit. it just doesn't seem very logical to me -- >> no. >> i think a candidate would
actually win like other everybody in the nation, if they just said i'm not running the campaign, all of my donations are going to paying the debt and deficit. >> thank you, jake. very good. i just saw in the wake of cory booker stuff. senate wins big judicial fight. they agreed to have a confirmation note on the nomination of the judge for the 9th circuit. it ended the minority streak of preventing president obama from placing nominations on the court. >> wow. that would be nice if that were reported somewhere else besides pregnantive media. >> yeah. >> tanning mom, leave her alone. >> leave her alone!
you are lucky she even performed for you bastards! >> yes. tanning ma'am wants people to know she is not the leather faced lunatic that the media has made her out to be. [ coo coo clock chimes ] >> she said i'm so which i'm tan it just feels good. >> you are not tan, you are charcoal. >> yes, someone needs to tell her it's a scorch too much. >> john boner is like -- she is the perfect color. >> that is a first degree burn right there. >> that's saddle bags. it feels good. oh, boy. let's see here. pink and carey heart dis'd chris brown for lip syncing at the awards. pink said one day if i lip sync
i hope i do as good as him. [ applause ] >> you know why i did this story, because i'm going to see her in june. >> are you going to meet her? >> and i'm going to raise my glass, yes, i am. >> did you pay extra to meet her. >> yeah, security. >> same room. >> yeah, i'll be getting fancy and dancy. >> oh, god. >> usher has testified -- testifying that his ex-wife threw food and worst of all spit on his boyfriend. >> oh, dear she is a freak in the street. that's not right. ♪ we want a lady in the street but a freak in the bed ♪ >> she has it backwards. >> that was ludicrous.
>> yeah, but it was an usher song. >> i'm just saying. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] [ laughter ] >> what would diddy do. >> he probably said can't say on the radio. >> arseno hall kicked ass on the celebrity apprentice. >> madonna wishes she would be president. >> well, she should get rid of that phony english accent. [ fun-facts music ] >> jim, how many callers a day does it take to look like a
dying french prostitute? you didn't see that coming did you? >> no. >> 500 calories according to anne hathaway, and you have to gargle with egg whites. >> gargle? >> they are making a movie out of it? >> yeah. she is going to win an oscar because she has to shave her hair. accent, bad haircut. that's all you need. she is filming the musical lay miserables. she has been gargling with egg whites to help her voice, and she is on a die of 500 calories a day to look super thin. >> of course you could potentially actually die if you carried that on too long. >> you could. this is what is next for me.
[ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> are you ready for [ inaudible ] and danny bonn due inch teaming up to -- >> what? >> yeah, they are pitting gregg brady and danny together on the sci-fi network. they are battling booing foot after the harry beast is discovered in south dakota. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> all of my worlds magically come together. [ romantic music ] >> that's it for us today. i would like to thank executive prodouser, surly associate producer jim ward and courtney and the gang who are drinking heavily because it has been a technical day in the current tv room. >> big hugs. >> big hugs to you guys.