tv Liberally Stephanie Miller Current June 18, 2012 6:00am-9:00am PDT
[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: okay. happy monday morning everybody. current tv viewers jacki schechner, part of my girl gang. we went out friday night with my girl gang to see the movie. what did you think? >> i thought it was great. >> stephanie: it was awesome right. >> it was really good. things i didn't know about nashville and the social norms of nashville. >> stephanie: why would you? >> i played guitar so you would think with my guitar-playing abilities at the opening of the show, they would invite me down to nashville. >> stephanie: you would have been invited to play back-up somewhere. >> nashville is a completely different animal. i worked in country music for
six years and it is completely different from anything else. >> stephanie: and i also -- i picked up dinner and i caught jacki schechner. she started yawning before i did. i'm awake. you're awake. [ applause ] i wrote it off. it was not a $77,000 dressage horse like ann romney writes off but at any rate, here's jacki schechner, part of my girl gang in the current news center. hi jacki. >> good morning, everybody. president obama is now in loss cabe owes, mexico for the g20 a two-day meeting of leaders for major industrialize and developing economies. a post election greece had to stabilize its economy will be a priority. the center right new democracy party has won a narrow victory which means keeping the nation in euro. white house spokesman jay carney released a statement urging the quick formation of a new government. president obama is also taking a side meeting with russian president vladimir putin who will talk about the escalating violence in syria.
the u.n. has suspended its observation mission due to increased hostilities and is calling for the evacuation of innocent civilians. russia has long-time been an ally of syria and has not been particularly cooperative when it adoption to sanctioning the country. china has been difficult as well. tomorrow, president obama will meet with chinese president hu jintao. >> mitt romney's bus tour continues today with stops in wisconsin and iowa. in wisconsin, he will campaign with congressman paul ryan whose name often comes up when we talk about potential vice presidential picks. yesterday, romney made an appearance with boehner in ohio. he promoted romney as an ally of congressional republicans saying he is someone who could put the economy back on track. protestors interrupted boehner chanting for romney to go home. they stopped when ann romney took the microphone and started up when it was time for mitt romney to speak saying they are the 99%. join us in chat at
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the rude pundit eric boehlert to cohost right-wing world. and joy behar who is joining the current team is filling in for eliot spitzer then she has her own show in the fall. >> i just met her. >> stop it. buzz. >> stephanie: we did not coordinate this. we're both like big -- >> sorry! >> this is the first thing i grabbed out of the closet. >> stephanie: big goons. >> one of my rolling stones shirts in honor of the last tour. ♪ could be the last time ♪ ♪ i don't know ♪ >> i have a feeling they'll use that in some headlines. >> stephanie: whatever. he'll be back. so yeah, speaking of sexy liberal, oh, look, did you put that up. david, here is me in my sexy liberal shirt. rock on. >> there are several people who commented said david himself is such a sexy liberal. >> stephanie: handsome and
romantic. by the way, i got several of these. enrique says thanks for all you do to put the sexy back in liberal. tell chris to sdfu. handsome romantic. [ applause ] >> what did i do? >> stephanie: you always tell me it is irritating how i say handsome and romantic. all right. speaking of sexy liberal high-strung tour says oh dear goodness, by the way we keep getting requests for other cities in ohio. i'm sorry. no. columbus will be the only ohio date. tickets are almost gone. that's august -- what is it? >> it is trillionly located in the -- it is centrally located in the middle. >> stephanie: yeah. dayton cincinnati. august 18th. here we go. columbus coming up. >> hey columbus, we've got the cure for what makes you sick. >> threw up in my mouth a little
bit. >> stephanie miller and her sexy liberal crew are coming to the capital theatre on august 18th. >> sexy time for you. >> join comedic geniuses hal sparks john fuglesang -- >> fox news is like a mecca for people who hate mecca. >> and talk radio goddess stephanie miller as they help columbus rediscover its funny bone. >> who's laughing now, huh? >> i'll tell you who's laughing now. we are. tickets are a available at ticketmaster.com. or by calling 800-745-3000. this is truly the show that will put the ooh and aah back in ohio. coming to the capital theatre on august 18th. buckeye state you're going to love our nuts. >> you're going to love my nuts. >> stephanie: yeah, thank you. oh also, the ginormous barn that the pan tages in los angeles, almost 2,000 people
have bought tickets. almost gone for july. i would hurry and get it. [ applause ] guess what's happening today? >> what? >> stephanie: current tv crew is coming to my house to shoot stuff for the sexy liberal documentary. they're doing a documentary. you know what that means? >> the dogs will lick the lenses. >> stephanie: that could happen. but also, they're sending the smokin' hot hair and makeup call from current so you might want to stop by. say a hill -- say a little howdy doo. hello. is it a different day? a different story of disrespect for this president? since when, when the president's making a statement in the rose garden like this historic statement about undocumented kids, which by the way everything he does, that's not political. first of all, he was already ahead among latinos by 1,000 points. he did it like marriage
equality, it is the right thing to do. he had unbelievable obstructionism by republicans. he's been trying to get the dream act done forever. >> these kids are here by no fault of their own. >> stephanie: it took him hours. >> it took him a day or two. >> after taking the hardest line of every candidate. >> stephanie: this is very rude of him when i'm on my bus tour that isn't a bus tour because i fly there then i get on the bus. >> did you hear what an athlete my wife is? >> he said his wife is the athlete in the family because her horse got into the olympics. >> that would be the horse. [ applause ] >> congratulations to rafalca. >> stephanie: congratulations to rafalca who i'm sure watches. >> romney has a great twitter account. you should follow rafalca. >> stephanie: i've seen rafalca's twitter. >> tweet with hooves. >> stephanie: i'm not good at
deductions. ann romney gets a $77,000 a year tax deduction for her dressage horse which is how much higher than most people's average income? [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ] >> it is higher than most people's average income. >> stephanie: by a bit. [ applause ] >> stephanie: good for her then. i never gotten that when people say horseback riding is exercise? what is it for the horse? you're mostly sitting is what you're doing. >> how are they going to fly rafalca to london? >> stephanie: fill in your own plane jokes here. whatever. the president -- i had never heard this in my lifetime, the president's not even through his statement when he gets heckled by some dufus from "the daily caller." >> right. >> stephanie: apparently he didn't know this is the rose garden. ♪ i beg your pardon ♪ >> oh, wow. ♪ but did you know this is the
rose garden ♪ ♪ along with a press pass ♪ ♪ you have the nonessential horse's ass ♪ ♪ you have to think before you speak and not be such a geek ♪ ♪ i beg your pardon ♪ ♪ to shut the [ bleep ] up in the rose garden ♪ >> yea! >> rocky mountain mike. [ applause ] >> stephanie: there you go. big fu in the rose garden for you. i thought i had a bad weekend. tom in kansas city was the first to send me this story. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] follow this story in your only problem is wearing a green pashmina. >> a woman bites into calamari and gets a mouthful of squid sperm. wow, do i hate when this happens. >> especially you. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ]
>> stephanie: this is not what i ordered! by the way, you can stop sending me beaver hats, seriously people, especially one that looks like a construction cone. honestly. >> thank you but -- >> stephanie: i love you. thank you so much. >> but stop. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: south korean woman was enjoying a plate of calamari when she felt a painful patrioticking foreign body sensation in her -- >> mouth. >> stephanie: was later revealed 12 squirm had embedded themselves in her tongue cheek and gums. [ applause ] >> they're like sperm missiles. >> sperm spears. >> stephanie: they can come complete with their own ejaculatory apparatus. >> they're like little tiny sperm cannons. >> stephanie: she was
consuming par boiled squid. unlike its american cousin does not have its internal organs removed. most vulnerable to sperm explosions. [ explosion ] >> god knows what else. >> stephanie: that's quite a surprising lunch. >> if you go to fudge just get the normal meatball and sliced steak. don't get the tripe in it. >> stephanie: i like the creepy-crawlies. >> then you're going to get the squid sperm. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: i hear it is the protein. i've heard that many times. i couldn't get enough descriptions of this. she had to go to the hospital when she felt a severe pain and several "small squirming creepy-crawlies in her mouth." doctors found the squid had left 12 small white spindle-shaped bundle-like organisms in the mucous membranes of her tongue
and cheek. i hope no one is eating breakfast. >> not anymore. >> stephanie: the woman's mouth had essentially been inseminated. >> clean out squid before you -- >> stephanie: republicans will make a law against this. because -- [ applause ] >> stephanie: they're going to make sure there is anti-choice. whatever is going on in her mouth, she'll have to live with it. >> when you eath authentic asian food, you take your chances. americannizeed asian food is not asian food but this is. they think it came out while the woman chewed her food. squid have sperm bags. here is a fun fact. >> okay. >> i guess it wasn't louis vuitton. >> stephanie: this is not the first time a squid has tried to fertilize a human mouth. there have been several incidents in japan. several? really? where people have complained about the oral stings.
[ applause ] >> don't people in japan eat the one part of the blowfish that isn't -- that isn't like deadly to you? >> stephanie: it is like russian roulette. >> everything else in the blowfish can kill you on contact. >> stephanie: is it really that good? is it really worth it? >> no. it better do something for me. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: what do you have to [ bleep ] to get a blowfish around here. wow. so that happened. 17 minutes after the hour. off to a rollicking start on monday on "the stephanie miller show." >> suddenly, i'm not hungry for calamari. >> i got her number off the men's room stall. 1-800-steph-12.
♪ i need you tonight ♪ ♪ because i'm not sleeping ♪ ♪ there's something about you -- stephanie miller -- ♪ that makes me sweat ♪ >> stephanie: oh yes. it is "the stephanie miller show." rocky mountain mike said what? his bit was upstaged by fish. that's not true, rocky mountain mike. your bit was spectacular. [ applause ] >> stephanie: not every day there's a story about exploding squid sperm. [ explosion ] >> thank god. >> stephanie: 1-800-steph-12 toll free from anywhere. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] it looks like within the hour we
could have supreme court -- >> they said next hour. next hour. >> stephanie: we don't know what. could be healthcare, could be arizona immigration law. yada yada, yada. can i just say to the president yea! [ applause ] once again you know, this is the thing that kills me. political. when was the last -- he was ahead 60 something to 30 over mitt romney among latinos. so while you could look at it as political, it is the right thing to do. they've been trying to get the dream act done for how long? >> they've come up against republican obstructionism. president obama said okay this is how we're going to do it. >> stephanie: yeah. like nobody does. >> like south central does. >> stephanie: my point. the president. >> obama: they pledge allegiance to our flag. they are americans in their hearts in their minds in every single way but one.
on paper. >> stephanie: yeah. and so it took how many hours for mittens to have -- >> two days. because this happened on friday. mitt finally came up with something on sunday. >> stephanie: yeah. i love the headline. his hand forced by romney. etch-a-sketch on immigration. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] because this was -- he was trying to outdo everybody right at the republican primaries. president obama put mitt romney in a political box. somebody does put baby in the box. >> on the roof. >> stephanie: he circumvented a block with no other choice, romney finally started talking about immigration. a tee and then a hee. with no other choice, it is much different. quit flip-flopping already. you're kidding. anti-immigration rhetoric. it was a key component of his campaign. here we go. he took a time-out from his bus
tour in new hampshire to criticize obama. this is exactly who he is. he does not have one principle. >> he licks his finger and sticks it up in the air. >> stephanie: well, i can't use that but i can't say i'm for it because president obama is for it. so he tries to just -- some little mushy thing in the middle. he said i think the action the president took today makes it more difficult to reach that long-term solution because an executive order of course is just a short-term method. >> it wasn't an executive order. >> stephanie: it is leadership. that's what it is. it has caused you to have to talk about it. it will force them to actually do something about this. and -- >> but it is also a right wing talking point that this was an executive order. this was not a right -- this was not an executive order. >> stephanie: during the primaries, governor romney said
he would veto with self-deportation. the president remains committed passing -- >> some suggested it as a joke and romney took it seriously. that's marvelous. i like the cut of your jib. i'm not sure what a jib is. >> stephanie: paul ryan said it i love it. the president remains passionate about the dream act. he won't allow the children to get deported in the face of inaction. during the primaries if you'll recall, romney bludgeoned his opponents for suggesting that dealing with the children of illegal immigrants with as a noble goal. remember when rick perry told a florida debate audience republicans opposed to the version of the dream act didn't have a heart romney pounce and said my friend rick perry said if you don't agree with that, you don't have a heart. i think if you're opposed to illegal immigration, it means you have a heart and a brain. okay mittens. [ applause ] how is it going for you now? all right. the president.
>> obama: let's be clear. this is not amnesty. this is not immunity. this is not a path to citizenship. >> quite the loud bird. >> stephanie: yeah. rose garden always sounds like an aviary. republican heckling bird. meanwhile -- >> muslim, muslim. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: this would be part of the problem republicans having a little trouble with hispanic voter outreach. republican efforts to woo hispanic voters by asian children on the rnc. it has to be kind of familiar with what exact -- types of people you're talking about. >> they look brownish. close enough. >> stephanie: from gawker. the one unspoken rule of hispanic outreach sites is make sure the stock photos depict hispanic people. the g.o.p. needs the rule to be said out loud. the stock photo being used on the la latino site is asian
children. clearly labeled at the source. [ laughter ] that says everything you need to know about -- quit, get some pictures of this vaguely brownish people. >> what's the difference? >> stephanie: get something that looks like diversity and quick! nicely done. nicely done. [ applause ] lots more crunchy audio goodness from the president in the rose garden and mitt romney's response something as we -- >> it was something. >> stephanie: as we continue. 29 minutes after the hour. oh and pud pundit on -- and rude pundit on "the stephanie miller show."
>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> you mention work, she gets drunk. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 toll free from anywhere. monday everybody. >> rude pundit. muse muse. ♪ >> stephanie: good morning papa. how are you sir? i'm fine. particularly hilarious stuff this week. you say rude pundit awaiting the
arrival of death con [ bleep ] in reaction to the obama administration [ bleep ] for illegal immigrants meets criteria. you can start to just feel the eruptions. when he says something. you say death con [ bleep ] is the second highest level of outrage conservative reactions to anything republicans do [ bleep ] all the way up to death con lewinsky. >> actually shut down the functioning of the government. >> stephanie: in such a tizzy fit. the standard g.o.p. line, you predicted, the white house abrogated the rule of law. >> you must go through congress for everything but war. >> stephanie: yeah. it really is amazing how transparent it is. how completely the opposite of everything that happened in the bush administration is. >> the same people that went along with every time that bush issued an executive order had no problem with it. now, of course are just waving
their arms frantically over obama. >> stephanie: you said it best and most rudely if i may say so. you'll hear a lot about this, how the president should have worked with the congress as if that's remotely possible with this staff of exine -- incompetence and [ bleep ] >> i think that's the g.o.p. banner. bring your mothers. >> stephanie: yeah but you know, that's the thing. you go oh, he just did this for politics. as you say this is because he's been trying -- you know, in terms of the dream act ever since he got into office, right? he hit the same wall that he has hit on every other subject. >> the dream act was supported by 55 senators. i mean when the last time it came up for a -- a quote-unquote vote. it fell short of a filibuster proof majority but it had a majority of the senate.
and this was during the time when there was a democratic house. so if we had been living under the rational rules of operating the senate as we had for so long, it would have passed. >> stephanie: that's the thing. rude, it makes my head explode. like clockwork the republican pundits say he should have passed it when he had a democratic congress. we never had a democratic majority because of their obstructionism. >> well, we had -- the problem was for the first year, we had a -- we had a democratic congress but we also had ben nelson. so it was a majority minus ben nelson. >> stephanie: but you're right. >> when we had the 60 votes. >> stephanie: i don't know where i'll find the latest poll. 70 some percent of the american people are for the dream act. as you say right -- they'll have their hate-gasm. real people will say sure. >> most people are going to say wow, that's rational and
compassionate and you know what? hey, why not. you know what? these are probably friends of my children who hung out at my house. yeah, they're fine. >> stephanie: as you say the politics of it is just -- that's the icing on the cake that that's so good. because it makes mitt romney look exactly like the soulless, principle-free person that he is. president obama changed it. with the romney campaign focused on the economy, a romney bus tried to disrupt the speech by honking. as romney heads off on a magic bus trip. have a great time, mitt. guess what everybody is going to ask you about now [ bleep ] and shove your horn up your ass. i love that. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> i believe that was in an axelrod press release. >> stephanie: you were just paraphrasing. >> wouldn't that be great if axelrod said shove your bubble
blowers up your ass. that would be great. axelrod is the one to do it. >> stephanie: again. that's my take on it, rude. this is once again like marriage equality, this is leadership. the shorter version of president obama's statement is somebody's gotta get [ bleep ] done and imagine the convulsion of revulsion that would have vomited if a liberal reporter had interrupted the president while he was making a statement. once again rude, there he is just pure class. you know. he does not react. someone yells you lie. adam puts their finger in his face. never happened before. president's never been interrupted in the rose garden before. >> no. bush had to go overseas to have a shoe thrown at him no matter how bad we wanted to do it. that was at an actual press conference where people could ask questions. this was an announcement. and the press knows this except for the idiots and nut jobs over at things like "the daily caller" or the blaze who don't
understand that yes you're right. the president should always be asked questions. but a little bit of decorum here. let him finish what he has to say. >> house this nut bag get a press pass in the first place? >> i'm sure it was one of those we better make sure we don't get any an taggism on the right by denying their people. >> f that. i'm tired of being nice to the far right bloggers. >> they're not journalists. >> stephanie: raised money on you lie at the president during the state of the union. it is really -- rude -- you can't have a disagreement with the president. you don't stick your finger in his face on camera. >> the guy is a freaking immigrant. check the status of his entire family. >> he's an immigrant from ireland. >> the other thing was the way the president handled it, the look he gave this guy, i would have been thinking oh, crap, there is a drone missile heading for my house. >> stephanie: one of the teeny tiny drones on its way.
as you know, we're awaiting next hour and maybe on healthcare but supreme court rulings coming down. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> it is coming down today? >> some indications from the supreme court that some decisions would be made in the next hour. >> ah, beautiful. >> stephanie: could be. i don't know. obama care we don't know. as you posted, mitt romney obama's plan, nothing. worse than worthless because the policy becomes a cluster of [ bleep ] 2400 pages the conservatives can't get over. this is romney in a nutshell. an empty seat who uses business to accomplish something. in reality he's tearing down something for the sake of tearing it down like he did at bain capital and massachusetts. nicely done, rude. >> i really like to include things. >> you do it so well. >> stephanie: that's exactly -- you're right. that's why they're scrambling. that's all they've done. we're just against whatever the president is for.
now they're starting to see the provisions everybody is for and are becoming popular now they don't know what to do. >> didn't the "wall street journal" had an editorial that said republicans, you can't be against obama care and have nothing to back it up. a task for not having a back-up plan because people will want to say are we going to go back to what it was with all of the people lacking healthcare and booted off for pre-existing seasons. you go the ta love mitt romney's take on pre-existing conditions. if you had insurance you should be able to go on to other insurance. it is really just the wealthy people with pre-existing conditions. >> stephanie: $77,000 deductions for their dressage horses. >> rafalca is an olympian. >> mitt romney called ann the olympian. >> it must be her graceful gait. >> she bought the horse!
that's all she did! >> she's cheering? that's work. don't say it's not work. you are an elitist scum if you think that's not work! >> look at all of the owe -- au pairs we had to hire. great stuff rude pundit. thank you. there he goes. >> kevin in orange county, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi kev. >> caller: hey, gang. i want to talk about the immigration policy issue. i thought it was hilarious the way it all came down on friday. you knew the republican talking point for the day was obama is all talk and no action. and then he pulls in this policy and all of a sudden with very to change it real quick and say it is for political gain he's doing this. >> stephanie: they'll say that
about anything he does or says. apparently he has the audacity. >> caller: ronald reagan initialized his amnesty plan in 1984 when he said i believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down their roots here and lived here even though some time back they may have come here illegally. >> stephanie: that's why jeb bush is right. his father would not have made it through the republican primary. it is just a further testament to where the party has gone. now he's stuck. romney is stuck. that's the thing. we have it on tape. we can just like -- the president said. i think i'll just play the republican primaries on a loop on univision. and you know, first of all as disingenuous as i think it is to say -- we have our own version of the dream act. we have a brown guy.
rubio. we have a thing -- oh, my god. he could not have been clearer that he would veto the dream act. >> we have a picture of some asian kids. >> stephanie: we understand diversity. here are some kids of a totally different dissent. we didn't realize because that's how out of touch we are. >> did you see alberto gonzalez said this went against the oath of the president's office. >> huh? >> yes. that was rich. >> so rich, i need mylanta. >> stephanie: the torture czar. okay. >> wow. >> stephanie: he also said last week, rubio not qualified to be president. [ applause ] >> stephanie: unqualified toquen. >> why is alberto gonzalez poking his head up? >> stephanie: why is he talking? he got a big bag of shush. >> we can shut him up.
waterboarding. [ buzzer ] >> that's what he advocated. hey, if it's not torture. >> stephanie: "the stephanie miller show" is not advocating the award boarding. we're just saying. >> it is a good way of getting information from him. if he has more information let's use that. it is not torture. okay. just sayin'. >> stephanie: by the way, that gets you free -- if you say just sayin' right after it. exactly. >> i report. you decide. >> i'm invading poland. >> stephanie: there he goes. first nazi reference of the morning. [ applause ] have you seen a picture of hitler? all right. it is not funny. hitler with a little smile on his face on the phone. it just says nine. you hang up first. [ laughter ] >> that is really, really random. >> stephanie: 46 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show."
>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ >> the girl all the bad girls want too. >> stephanie: don't i know it. 51 minutes after the hour. darin in massachusetts. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi darin. >> caller: good morning, mama. good morning mooks. i like to be the official massachusetts angry black liberal if i could be.
[ ding ding ] >> stephanie: please. >> caller: i'm really upset with this -- the way they're talking about obama and this thing. every time obama does something and i love the way he blocked mitt romney into a corner with the dream act issue here. but the big thing is on the show, always the same thing. when you listen to the pundits it is always well, how is this bad for the president. every single time. accomplishment. and i mean if you listen to the pundits yesterday, you would think obama had said well, let's open the door and let all of the immigrants run through. i'm getting tired of it. >> stephanie: absolutely. i love the story in the "l.a. times" about romney's -- by the way it is like sarah palin and the actual bus tour. he flies and then gets on the bus. >> there are cameras. >> stephanie: did you see the plane? there is a plane that's been flying around saying it's romney's every millionaire
counts tour. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: for a campaign that recoils from all things spontaneous, it was a rare distraction. he was probably thinking can i send a drone yet or no? >> can we shoot it down? >> stephanie: also fitting on a day when president obama overshadowed -- romney's message immigrants who came to the u.s. as children. romney was with faced with a classic demonstration of how the white house can use its power. because i'm andrew shepherd and i am president. by-och. >> i don't think he said bee-och. >> stephanie: for hours, romney tried to ignore the news. finally after a rally with a ragtime band playing yankee doodle dandy. patriotic music. romney made a statement that stuck a radically different tone
from the hard-line approach. he said young people who come here through no fault of their own is a matter to be considered and should be served on a long-term basis. but he made no commitment to supporting any particular option. is that leadership? >> no. >> stephanie: what is your plan? same thing on healthcare. he's got nothing. right? new spokesperson yukon cornelius. >> nothing. >> after making his statement romney refused to take questions in keeping with his campaign's meticulous staging of events. i love this whole -- [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] the whole show business part. his ad team deployed six cameras to record it. one camera hovered over a boom hanging over a crowd of several hundred. a giant arc--like enhanced the sunlight. >> come on! really? >> stephanie: he just looked
all american. >> pretending it was sun from the planet colove. >> stephanie: romney paid tribute to america's farms churches and p text a members along with presidents -- who grew up in small towns abraham lincoln, device eisenhower, ronald reagan. just naming objects. little league players pta members. >> grass. >> sidewalks. chimneys. >> those chocolaty things. >> stephanie: chocolaty goodness over there. okay then. the president. >> obama: this is the president -- >> this is the president getting heckled by man monroe. >> obama: it is the right thing to do. excuse me, sir. it is not time for questions
sir. not while i'm speaking. [birds chirping] >> obama: precisely because this is temporary congress needs to act and answer to your question, sir and the next time i prefer you let me finish your statements before you ask that question. if this is the right thing to do for the american people. i didn't ask for an argument. i'm answering your question. it is the right thing to do for the american people and here's why. >> go about -- you drunken leprechaun. take your pot of gold. >> seriously! >> stephanie: he's a far better man than i. i would not -- he's just -- that is -- once again using the word unprecedented. that's unprecedented. [ ding ding ] >> reaction in the right wing blogosphere was mixed. people supported the president in this and then there were other people that supported this guy.
>> stephanie: they think it is fine. >> that will show him! ha! >> stephanie: he's the president of the united states in the rose garden. he's making a statement. wait until he's finished. >> immigration status. >> on cnn, what would tucker carlson think if someone heckled him during "dancing with the stars." >> stephanie: he deserved that. let me just say. >> same thing. he would have thought it was disrespectful. >> stephanie: janet napolitano. >> it was the product of really looking at what the results were of the on-going review of pending cases how we want to focus our resources for now and for the next coming year. >> stephanie: yeah. this is -- i have to say this really -- just watching the sputtering in the right wing blogosphere was worth all of this. okay so mitt romney on friday. >> romney: if i'm president we'll do our best to have that kind of long-term solution that
provides certainty and clarity for the people who come into this country through no fault of their own. >> stephanie: then they asked him would you repeal this. he wouldn't say. wouldn't commit. i don't know. >> wow, look at the trees. they're the right height. i love the lakes. >> stephanie: undocumented children of the right height -- >> oh beautiful for spacious skies. for amber something something. >> stephanie: he's the most awkward man in the world! [ applause ] 58 minutes after the hour. eric boehlert with media matters with some great tweets this week as usual to cohost rit wining world as we continue on "the stephanie miller show."
[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: yeah, hello current tv fans. >> is that how you play the guitar? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: that's how i play air guitar. i'm no jacki schechner. what can i tell you? >> nobody is. >> stephanie: nobody is jacki schechner. by the way healthcare geek are you at the stand by in case the supreme court ruling is about healthcare? >> sure, absolutely. >> stephanie: you're so perky and at the ready. >> it is my job. >> stephanie: all right. so we're awaiting rulings from the supreme court. >> they could come down.
>> stephanie: yes. okay. eric boehlert. that's a jacki schechner news speak. we have interview with joy behar and much more as we continue on "the stephanie miller show." here she is, jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everybody. new web video out from mitt romney today but more of the same when it comes to attacking the president on the state of the economy. and then just offering up some general promises of something else. [no audio] >> it has become a trend for the g.o.p. candidate to go after the president's policies being as vague as possible. on face face, he refused to offer up an alternative to the president's just announced changes in immigration policy. >> we'll look at the setting as we reach that. my anticipation is i would come into office and say we need to get this done on a long-term
basis, not this kind of a stop gap measure. >> on the economy, mitt romney is promising particulars for example he says he wants to cut taxes and spur growth but refuses to name the particularú loopholes or deductions he would eliminate in order to generate the necessary revenue. and on the same that president obama announced his new immigration policy, arizona sheriff joe arpaio arrested a 6-year-old undocumented girl travelling with 15 other people believed to be undocumented. the girl told them she was from el salvador and the sheriff's office turned her over to immigration and customs enforcement. arpaio says the fact that it happened the same day of president obama's announcement is coincidental but he also said the new policy will have no effect on his approach to arresting undocumented immigrants. as stephanie mentioned we're awaiting for decisions from the supreme court. we're not sure what those in particular will be. whatever we don't hear about today, we could hear on thursday. so all on stand-by right now.
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[ applause ] >> wow okay. >> stephanie: i don't know. i'm cranky and old. all right. but i'm not cranky now because you know who's here? eric boehlert doing the lord's work as usual. >> announcer: eric boehlert. ♪ hurts so good ♪ >> stephanie: right-wing world. >> i don't know what that means. >> eric boehlert from media matters. good morning eric boehlert. good morning sir. are you there? there he is! hi eric boehlert. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i loved your tweet about which is more pathetic "the daily caller" monroe heckling obama or not having the balls to admit he did it. >> wasn't that something? >> stephanie: what did he say? what did he say exactly? >> did he deny he did it? >> he mistimed his question. so there was my questions
there's nothing wrong with being inquisitive. there's been -- matt lewis from daily caller was on cnn saying of course the press should be skeptical -- i mean strawman after strawman after strawman. you stood in the back of a presidential white house press statement with your hands in your pocket yelling at the guy. that's what you did. and either you're going to stand by it and you're going to say you know, i'll do it again or you apologize. you have an ounce of dignity and someone at the daily caller apologized but this mushy middle approach of oh, well, gee i thought -- you know, i thought he was done talking. that's why i yelled at the president. mid sentence. it has been so embarrassing on so many levels and it sums up -- this is beyond obama derangement syndrome. the right wing media essentially views obama as a common criminal and this is the way you treat a common criminal.
and why anyone from "the daily caller" is invited to white house events is beyond me. >> stephanie: yep. exactly. love your other tweet. catholic bishops strongly support the dream act. in addition to richard land, evangelical leader. this is amazing. >> yeah. obama is supposed to be waging this war on religion, specifically supposed to be waging this war on the catholic church. who has been absolutely outfront year after year in terms of immigration reform and specifically in terms of the dream act. it has been the united states bishop but boy fox news didn't talk about that on friday. they talked about this egregious -- so it is obvious fox news uses the catholic church and uses there should they use bishops purely for political reasons and when it suits them they'll pretend that obama is waging the war on catholics. what obama is in step with the
catholics when it comes to immigration. flush down the memory hole. no one there to talk about that. >> stephanie: your earpiece. i gingerly tiptoe being that i'm speaking to you from a clear channel station. >> i was thinking about that when i was writing it. nothing wrong with -- go ahead. >> stephanie: $100 million contract. i have to say and i'm not just saying for this eric. we have -- this is a great station here. we have a great sales staff that brings me a new advertiser every day. just, you know, came to tell me by the way we're doing great here for beating the big heritage station. there is a lot of great stations around the country. look everybody knows the story. they replaced my show in san francisco on the current channel station with glenn beck. ratings went down 90%.
how do you get $100 million contract? how does that happen? >> this is interesting. we'll talk a little bit of radio economics. they did it with rush limbaugh when his contract was up. everybody knows the radio industry has been hurting because people are leaving in some form for their -- particularly on the music side for theipod for free digital download of music. radio has been struggling to keep its audience. here is rush limbaugh. his contract was up. there was no one on the landscape. none of the big players could match his clear channel contract so they gave him a 40% raise. glenn beck, his contract was just up. no one who can really match who clear channel is paying him so they double his contract. clear channel as you know, as everyone in the radio business knows, has laid off thousands and thousands and thousands of employees. >> my friends and coworkers. >> the last three or four years.
>> radio people on the beach thanks to clear channel. they're doubling his contract. >> stephanie: everything is so public but i mean that is true. that's why everybody knows that the public thing that there's so much debt on the company that some stations have to take shows that will pay to get on. we're not going to do that. it has created an economic climate in radio. you're right. that has not skewed toward fairness. >> the question is why would this company be so interested in overpaying for double, the salaries of its right wing radio talk show host? it is a legitimate question. >> stephanie: i had 90% higher ratings and as chris said, i would do it for half this. let's dive into the right-wing world. charles krauthammer. >> beyond the politics and the process is simply constitutional decency. this is out and out lawlessness. what's ironic is for eight
years, the democrats have been screaming about the imperial price, the bush administration, the nonsense about the unitary scwuf. this is out and out lawlessness. this is not how you govern. that's the first issue that should be on the table. >> stephanie: wow. it is out and out lawlessness it is the old west, eric. >> impeach impeach! i don't know if you're going to play the clip of limbaugh on friday. we're talking about -- krauthammer was talking about -- >> the nixon clip? >> we've got that coming up next. >> there we go. >> stephanie: let's listen to that eric. >> 40 years ago richard nixon was hounded out of office supposedly for his illegal actions. i'm telling you, whatever nixon did pales in comparison to just this move today. obama declaring amnesty for 800,000 illegals based on their
youth status. >> stephanie: wow. there it is. >> awesome. richard nixon was running a criminal enterprise out of the west wing of the white house. but this obama -- his move on the dream act pales in comparison to whatever nixon was "supposedly" doing with watergate. look, you know, of course they're upset. of course they're screaming lawlessness and imperial precedent. i'm pretty sure congress has had the chance to act on this for years and years. the republicans particularly in the senate, they will not even you know, address the obama agenda. they won't even give it the decency of debate. they won't do votes. this is eventually when you won't engage when the process won't work. this is one of the options the president has. >> stephanie: yep, i know. lou dobbs and bill o'reilly.
>> what makes this objectionable to me today among other things is he blames republicans saying he couldn't get it through congress. we can't wait. and completely distorts the reality and the record. >> that being said and we all know -- >> of course it is. we all know it is a political move. >> the point i've been making all morning is the president before this -- 30 in the hispanic vote over romney. doesn't that kind of tend to make that accusation fall flat? >> yeah, it does. there's probably no subgroup he's doing better. we were talking about u.s. bishops. they were talking about the dream act. i think in '08 they wanted this passed. they were just about to sign off on this and obama swooped in. this thing -- they wouldn't touch it. they wouldn't discuss it.
as they won't with virtually the entire democratic and obama agenda. if they're not going to do anything, like i said, the white house does have some options. so when they use the options you know, you can't freak out and pretend that obama undercut republicans. obstructionism. we've never seen anything like it. you can't sort of whine when people go around it eventually. >> stephanie: all right. eric boehlert remains in the sidecar. we continue from right-wing world. the supreme court rulings will not be on immigration or healthcare today. >> exactly. jack is i says they probably weren't going to do it anyway because the president is out of the country in los cabos mexico. >> stephanie: how nice. 17 minutes after the hour right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> that happens and we all let it happen. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show."
>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ ♪ dancin' in heaven ♪ >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 23 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12. toll free from anywhere. eric boehlert rejoins us to continue right-wing world. bill crystal on fox news sunday on the president's immigration announcement. >> i think it is a sensible policy. i think it would be better if that was the law of the land and i think the president is pushing the limits of the prosecutorial discretion saying we're not going to enforce a law in order to leave these people in the country but i think it is the right thing to do actually. >> stephanie: he also thought iraq was the right thing to do if you'll recall.
>> but yeah, it is interesting -- and then you have krum earlier saying this is an illegal act. so it just sort of highlights how radical some of the rhetoric gets when people like bill crystal will take a couple of steps back and say you know, this kind of makes sense. >> stephanie: i know. yet they don't want to give the president any credit. they have to say -- he supported everything the bush administration did. we were talking last hour about gonzalez. he says the president may have violated his oath of office. excuse me? >> this coming from alberto gonzalez. >> the torture czar. >> stephanie: all right. matt lewis of "the daily caller" on cnn defending the guy who heckled the president. >> he's an irish immigrant. he was at "national journal" for a decade. first of all, we should be aggressive when asking questions. there was going to be no question and answer.
>> where does it say you can't ask questions. it set yet but it is not constitutional. did he the right thing. >> stephanie: he did the right thing by interrupting the president. >> following etiquette. >> stand in the back with your hands in your pocket and yell at the president during a formal statement in the rose garden. that's do the right thing. he wasn't even taking notes. it wasn't even a question. it was a classic heckling. he was interrupting on purpose without even asking a question. >> stephanie: let's play it again just for people who haven't heard it yet. you decide. this is president obama in mid statement. >> obama: it is the right thing to do. excuse me, sir. it is not time for questions sir. not while i'm speaking. [birds chirping] precisely because this is temporary -- congress needs to act. and the answer to your question, sir, and the next time i prefer you let me finish my statements
before you ask that question is this is the right thing to do for the american people. i didn't ask for an argument. i'm answering your question. it is the right thing to do for the american people and here'sú why. >> there wasn't a microphone trained on him. do we know the exact nature of what monroe was saying? >> he was saying things like why are you letting foreigners in and how is it going to affect unemployment? but hey matt lewis says monroe is an irish immigrant. that makes everything okay. what was that? what was that about? >> stephanie: wow. eric, i keep saying -- >> he's not a mexican immigrant. >> stephanie: i try not to cry racism but i think at this point you cannot say there has not been unprecedented disrespect shown to this president whether you yelling you lie or sticking a finger in his face or this -- >> or mark calling him a dick and glenn beck calling him a racist and last week in "the new york times," they referred
to him as a crybaby. there does seem to be something going on here that we haven't seen before and yeah -- made the point over the weekend he does think it is because you know, obama is black and he's being treated that way. >> it is not time to interrupt your speech. >> who do you think you are? >> stephanie: there's always code for uppity, i think. >> you know what's interesting is no one asked carlson from "the daily caller" or monroe -- i would like to know how many times monroe talked to the romney campaign before the event. has he been in constant contact? we know the romney campaign now condones heckling. they sent their own people to heckle david axelrod at an event. i would be fascinated to know how many times they talked to the romney campaign before monroe went over and heckled obama because daily caller is not a news organization. it is a -- it is a partisan, political outlet.
>> stephanie: eric to close right-wing world, i know again subtlety is usually the way of the right wing. this is barbara espinoza, arizona talk show host. >> i call him a monkey and i call him -- i don't believe in calling him the first black president. i think he should be called -- >> i would have voted -- i had mccain -- >> i voted for the white guy myself. >> stephanie: there is a shock. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: she has a radio voice. [ laughter ] >> she went to broadcasting school. not hard to find that stuff. i saw that. i saw reference to that over the weekend. but you look at -- you know, i hate to play the comment section game but it takes four seconds to go on fox nation for any of the right wing blogs and you'll find the rancid racism comments.
it is the norm. >> stephanie: when whitney houston died. it is incredible. >> quickly the right wing media has made it okay. they've urged people to unleash this racist rhetoric and all of that stuff. it is now being seen as increasingly as okay. that's the way you talk about this president. >> stephanie: eric boehlert, great stuff as usual. we'll see you again next wing for right-wing world. >> okay. >> stephanie: there he goes. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show."
>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> are you a brainwashed far left loon who will use any means to disparage with those you don't agree. >> stephanie: 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12. the phone untille to free from -- the phone untille to free from anywhere. good morning christine. >> caller: good morning, stephanie and crew. i'm calling to be the official bird-watcher of "the stephanie miller show" today. the bird in the background at the rose garden was a robin. did you know? >> stephanie: i did not. how did you? >> caller: because i'm a birder. >> she knows it from the call. >> obama: it is the right thing to do. [bird chirping]
>> stephanie: okay. and i thought that you should know that because it has been brought to everyone's attention on all of the networks about the bird. and no one has said well, it is a robin. it is the first bird that we hear in cleveland in the morning and it is the last bird that we hear at night. so i'm so positive is a robin and so i'm your official bird-watcher of "the stephanie miller show." [ applause ] >> stephanie: it is a daily caller. daily caller heckler. thank you. okay. nora in chicago. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi nora. >> caller: how you doing? >> stephanie: hi, go ahead. >> caller: this weekend was fantastic. i was so amused and tickled by the frothing of the g.o.p. at obama's immigration announcement. i mean they were outpoliticked and they can't take it. basically obama did what rubio was going to do, propose legislation that never would have gotten through but obama did it.
and actually, it is actually going to help people in addition to helping him politically. to me -- >> stephanie: right. i think in this way it has something in common with the marriage equality. it is the right thing to do. i think what he envisions, a kinder more inclusive america. and most americans agree with him. i think on both issues. by the way -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] romney's top five comments on immigration during the republican primary just for those of you -- with short-term memory situations like me. >> turns out there are recording devices. >> stephanie: romney attacks governor rick perry for supporting the dream act. he pledged to veto the dream act. check. promised to -- romney promised to make life miserable for the undocumented immigrants they would self-deport. remember that? romney rebuffed an undocumented young woman brought to the u.s. at age 10 and had a 4.0 grade average after she informed romney of the grade point
average, he was ushered away by aides. that was awkward. romney consults the author of anti-immigration legislation. who now apparently is just an informal something. [ whatever! ] >> stephanie: that guy? you he was just a guy. >> there seems to be a lot of that vacillating between formal advisor and formal dude. >> smoking marijuana cigarettes behind the dumpster. >> oh, my god you referenced a current song. ♪ just somebody that i used to know ♪ >> that didn't come out in the '80s. >> mama listening to current music. >> we have to listen to the current music. >> stephanie: chris coal beck said the policy to not deport youth is deeply troubling. he wrote the laws in alabama and arizona.
he said the deferred action policy was illegal blah, blah, blah. it appears to be at odds with mitt romney's position who did not say whether he would reverse the president's directive. i believe bob schieffer tried to get it out of him on "face the nation." >> would you repeal this order if you became president? >> this is something congress has been working on and i thought we were about to see proposals brought forward by senator marco rubio and by democrat senators. the president jumped in and said i'm going to take this action. he called it a stop gap measure. i don't know why he feels they're the right way to go. >> what would you do about it? >> as you know, he was president for the last three and a half years. >> two years, he had a democrat house and senate. >> what would you do about it? >> he didn't answer the question! >> what would you do about it? >> stephanie: exactly. that's exactly it. just la, la, la, la, la, larks larks la. >> what would you do? what would you do? not -- what would you do?
if you were president, what would you, mitt romney, do? >> well, the president clearly -- >> stephanie: even more awkward for the most awkward man in the world. evangelical leader came up in support of president obama's policy slamming republicans who would call the move to amnesty. mitt romney and other leaders need to take a hard look at their own stances especially in regard to youth who haven't done anything wrong. providing help to kids is far from amnesty. people calling it that need a course in remedial english. he also encouraged mitt romney to embrace the president's policy. ♪ let's hear it for the boy ♪ ♪ let's give the boy a hand ♪ [ applause ] >> stephanie: representative michael, republican of texas. >> political pandering in an election year because he and all
of us know how important the hispanic vote is. >> stephanie: it is the right thing to do. i don't know, what 75% of americans are for it. >> he already kind of had the hispanic vote. he didn't need to do to this for political expediency. >> stephanie: barbara in illinois on "the stephanie miller show." hi barbara. >> caller: hi, stephanie. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: i've been loching you guys for a month now. i just had to call. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: the president finally did what i have been advising -- i tweet him all the time. i told him less jacki robinson and more sam jackson. come down off the stage and slap the snot out of that guy. >> stephanie: see now i wish the had the had said that. i'm going to smack the snot out of you in a second. >> barring that, i'll get -- >> stephanie: a little more
ving rhames. hi john. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, how you doing? the bush administration very effectively used access to the white house and access to the president and this administration is doing that. it just -- what really bothers me is it kind of gives the right wing press the football in these kinds of incidents because they're going to make up what they can. if that guy had not been there if they had better control over who was in the rose garden, none of this would have happened. he could be on his merry way. more brass knuckles are called for. >> stephanie: brass knuckles. the president always gives statements in the rose garden. what's unprecedented is heckling him before he's finished giving his statement. >> i don't think they should be giving press passes to firebombing far right bloggers.
they're not journalists. they're opinion columnists. they don't need to be at the press conferences. at all. >> stephanie: i agree. here is another -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] why obama's decision to stop deporting. oh no, mittens. it could benefit as many as one million undocumented students living in the country. it almost certainly will have tangible benefits. think progress did a piece on this. the cbo, the nonpartisan congressional budget office estimated the dream act would increase revenues by $1.7 billion over ten years reducing federal deficits by $2.2 billion. dream eligible students would generate between $1.4 and $3.6 trillion in taxable income. >> that seems fiscally responsible. >> over the course of their working lives. it would help raise wages for american workers as long as a cheap compliant pool of undocumented labors is available. employers have every reason to take advantage of laborers.
it was written in new york and prospect only when undocumented immigrants have the right to look at price. [ applause ] thank you, think progress. let's go to devin in michigan. hi devin. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, how you doing? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: a quick question because president obama has set a big precedence here. if conservative person is to be elected, it is going to happen. if they start stepping in and like wiping out -- i won't like the department of education and different things, is everybody going to be just as happy as they are now with the overstep of the constitution? >> stephanie: i'm sorry. take me back to -- what's your point? what's your point about the constitution? you think he's overstepping it? >> caller: yeah. he's overstepping the constitution. he's deciding not to enforce laws and the executive branches to enforce laws. whether you like them or not.
unfortunate -- that's the way our constitution is set up. whether you like it or not. >> stephanie: devin, it is not just a term that you throw out saying this is unprecedented. it is unprecedented. look at the number of filibusters that this republican -- they have blocked everything. he's trying to do. he asked them again yesterday to pass this. pass it. >> when the rolls get reversed, there will be a republican in there, the democrats will filibuster. >> no, they don't. >> caller: they don't? oh, yeah okay. they filibuster all the time. >> stephanie: no. >> give me an example. >> stephanie: google filibustering look and at how many times the republicans have filibusters. they have filibustered everything, even the ability to bring it to the floor to talk about it. you can't even -- >> caller: when george bush was in office, there was a threat to filibuster his nominees so -- >> stephanie: okay not to the degree that -- once again they
have filibustered obama's nominees that are not even controversial. they have admitted are not controversial. they've filibustered even bringing them up. a lot of judges have spoken out about this. the judicial crisis caused by the vacancies. they can't fill because they won't even -- >> and with this policy, families were getting ripped apart because of deportation. kids were being sent back to countries they didn't know the language of. they didn't know anybody in. >> stephanie: the president is standing up against unprecedented obstructionism by taking steps that are forcing them to leave. >> democrats do the same thing. they're exactly the same. >> uh, no. >> stephanie: okay. he's taking what steps are at his disposal to force them to do something. >> there were compromises reached regarding the bush nominees. compromises reached with the democrats.
republicans now will not compromise with this president. at all. >> stephanie: yeah. in fact, i will look it up and when we come back, harry reid did something on the judicial thing that forced them to act in the same way. in a way -- because they finally got so fed up with saying you're filibustering nominees. you even admit are not controversial just to hold them up. but anyway -- >> they do the same thing. with president bush -- they do the same thing. [ applause ] >> stephanie: imitates our right wing callers. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: on "the stephanie miller show" in suburban america this morning. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show" show.
>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ everybody dance now ♪ >> this is with somebody i used to know. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." >> spells it like -- >> stephanie: 51 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12. toll free from a anywhere. joy behar joins us in a bit and sexy liberal john fuglesang are both doing fill-in on current television this week. very exciting. >> john fuglesang from the pantages. >> stephanie: stop it. 1-800-steph-12. he comes on our network. we pronounce his name right. >> and he's a sexy liberal. >> stephanie: jewelny inland, you're on the "the stephanie miller show". >> caller: republicans are so upset that president obama uses
executive privilege regarding the young people that were born in this country. foreign national parents. how come nobody was upset when george bush tippy-toed into the white house in the middle of the night and removed habeas corpus from our constitution? >> stephanie: thank you. thank you. exactly. >> pretty much -- >> stephanie: here's the story i was looking at back in march. stalled judicial nominations. this is what they've been forced to do. harry reid announced he's moving forward with the stalled judicial nominees and dared republicans to stop him. i hope the republicans will appear to fill buster in a threat that obama will make recessed appointments. so it worked. you know. [ applause ] that's the problem. because they try to do it the nice way. and you know -- and then -- that's what i was saying. the president has tried and tried and tried with the dream act.
they won't -- exactly. some movie references i'm going to get wrong. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] these guys in a bar and they ask them nicely to leave and they won't and they're acting like tough guys. then they suddenly all of the doors lock and the guy goes now you can't leave. you see what i'm saying because you tried to be nice. then they come out. >> might be from dusk until dawn. i think it was herbie. >> roadhouse join. karl in nashville you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi karl. >> caller: now us can't leave karl. >> caller: the republican side including newt gingrich they're going to do everything they can. mitch mcconnell says that his whole thing is pretty much jam up the senate and make this guy
a one-term president and they have gunked up the senate with all of these judicial appointments and different places that -- do things that normally roll right through. they've been holding everything up and then now they want to complain about this. what i would suggest to the president and i think that this is just the first shot. you're going to see him use the executive order for a lot of things. and i believe that this is the first shot to the republicans. if they try to do this debt ceiling thing hello. tenth amendment have you heard of it? you know what? we're not going through the debt ceiling thing. we're going to shoot out with the executive order and the 14th amendment. >> stephanie: karl, you know what? the president and harry reid need to lock the doors to the senate and say now you can't leave. >> no, chat room, it was not beaches. >> i think it was breakfast at
tiffany's. >> madtown said it was boondock saints. >> stephanie: help me out here. [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: we need you to leave and they say no. then the doors lock and says now yous can't leave. then they come out with the cuffs. >> beaches. >> i love that. >> twins set out. >> that's how barbara hershey got that fat lip. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: sue in rockville, maryland. >> caller: i can't help with you the movie reference. >> stephanie: thank you for my pashminas. hang on a second. very sweet of you. she writes, it is a love letter. dear steph not to run slat in your wounds -- we want to comment on the pashmina fiasco. pashminas themselves not bad. the color was wrong i was
wearing and it was wrinkled. in case you feel the need to throw something on since you're an elderly shut-in we've set pashminas that are better for your coloring. >> i don't think that was me. >> it is sue in rockville. >> the whole d.c. fan club. >> oh, so the gang sent it. >> you know the nice thing is my beaver hat that was sent marvs the orange pashmina. >> no, steph. it doesn't match. >> they're all coming soon. that was very nice of that lady, the bird lady to call and identify the robin but she didn't identify the other bird that you could hear in the rose garden. you know what it is? >> the irish nitwit. it was a mockingbird. it mimics the journalist. >> stephanie: that's funny sue in rockville. you're funny. [ ♪ circus ♪ ] >> those don't match steph.
very different kinds of oranges. no don't. >> stephanie: flashy? how about that. >> the orange with the blue, that might go. >> stephanie: nice, nice. >> glad i thwarted that. headed that off at the pass. >> stephanie: as i age i'm going to wear a beaver hat and a pashmina everywhere. it will be my new thing. all right. oh, by the way i forgot -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] did you see michigan state representative lisa brown. she was banned from the floor. >> yes. >> for objecting to an antiabortion bill. apparently republicans think using medically correct terms is inappropriate. she said i'm so flattered you're interested in my vagina but no means no. here at current let's see. swear encouraging people if you want -- the story is picking up steam. take a picture of yourself holding a picture with browns quote or just the word vagina
and webcam yourself repeating it and share it on current.com. >> hey! >> stephanie: can i wear my beaver hat and have a sign? >> how dare you talk about lady parts in a discussion on women's reproductive health. >> stephanie: it is incredible. i was talking to a friend of mine who is a little bit older. she was saying it is incredible what's happening. she remembers having to take girlfriends to these back alleys. she had two friends that died from back alley abortions. you're not going back there. 58 minutes after the hour. back with joy behar, john fuglesang, much more as we continue on "the stephanie miller show."
♪ ready tho start hour number three. joy behar along with john fuglesang. we went out to see the chely wright film and my one straight guy friend who wants to be a lesbian. you were saying my designated driver moment. you know it is a bad design when the designated driver calls you at noon and says she's in a bar drinking vodka. >> i'm the designate driver. >> stephanie: it all worked out fine. i replaced jacki. >> yes. >> with your straight male friend who wants to be a
lesbian. >> stephanie: who is a much better driver and much less drunk. then we tried to get in a restaurant and they wouldn't let us in. we were saying that was our pretty woman moment. >> i told you to put your shirt back on. >> oh, dear. >> stephanie: i was like you made a mistake. huge mistake. because now it is all over current. we'll remember the name of the place and we'll talk smack about them later. in the meantime, jacki schechner in the current news center. >> who knew applebee's was so strict right? >> stephanie: don't you know who we are? >> good morning everyone. now we know from multiple sources we won't get a ruling from the supreme court. the next shot will be on thursday. we have to have something by the end of the month. everybody is preparing in case. they're showing the three possible rulings and all of the various political outcomes. support upholds the law. mitt romney continues to campaign promising he will repeal and then the house republicans will offer up a vote on repeal but that will go
nowhere in the democratically controlled senate. individual mandate is unconstitutional, the president and the democrats have to work to save what's left. republicans ramp up their attack on the insurance industry which has given cover to republicans by saying they'll keep the provisions of the laws and allows for the republicans to say nothing but repeal. the court strikes down a law in its entirety. the democrats go out and campaign on conservative members of the court being activist judges. the pressure is for mitt romney to offer up specific alternatives to help with our nation's healthcare crisis. in other news rielle hunter is out with a book about her affair with former presidential candidate john edwards set to be released on tuesday. it is a tell all. strangely enough she wrote it for her daughter so she would have a truthful public account of how her parents met. according to abc the book revealed edwards had other mistresses and details hunter's experiences of being the other woman. she doesn't say where they stand
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and then seattle in september. get it. go! okay. let's see. miss alyssa says stuff referencing friday's show, chris can suck it. i love -- it was one of the things that made me a steph infected lunatic in the run up to the 2008 election and the fart jokes and bell for smartest kid in class as well as your comedy fuglesang -- hal sparks, et cetera. you can do no wrong as far as i'm concerned. billy can shut the hell up and stop embarrassing everybody here in texas. >> i am not one of your fans! >> sorry! >> i don't care. it is not the hit i want to -- hill i want to die on. >> stephanie: i gave him part of my chicken sausage. >> you gave him a snausage. >> stephanie: question for jim
ward. for you. steve writes steph i was watching liberal sitcom called becker and role of a doctor who never understood because of his thick german austrian accent. his name is jim ward. there is a striking resemblance to jim ward. was this you? >> yes. >> i was on two episodes of becker. they wanted him to be vaguely slavic. i decided to go the other direction and talk a language that doesn't really exist. >> stephanie: sort of like the wedding planner? >> i was trying to figure out what german would be if the conquest had failed. >> stephanie: i don't remember the words now. >> stephanie: do the accent. >> there were different words. you can find it on my imdb page. >> stephanie: jim ward. >> i think i have a myspace
page. >> stephanie: wow, that's current. >> stephanie: jose says future husband for me. southfield from the detroit free press. southfield man recovering arrive accidentally shooting himself in the pen. >> oh! >> adjusted his gun. he may face charges of reckless discharge. >> he won't be having anymore reckless discharges. >> stephanie: probably a lot all over the place. >> son of a bitch. >> i just shot myself. >> you don't? no? >> you don't ever shove your gun down into the front of your pants. >> stephanie: probably not. >> asking for trouble. >> i don't care if the safety is
on. don't do that. >> stephanie: thank you, jim for that tip. not shooting your [ bleep ] off. thank you very much. >> if you still have a -- >> stephanie: kids, our friend joy behar is joining the current team. she will be filling in this week for governor elliott spitter. she's kind of busy. she has another little tv show orb something. [ whatever! ] she couldn't join us live. we talked to her on friday. here she is, joy behar. canned radio applause. we don't have a studio audience. >> stephanie how are you? you sound so up in the morning. what are you on? >> stephanie: can i be on rehab week on the view? >> do we have rehab week? we should have rehab week. also plastic surgery week with all of the people coming on with their nips and tucks. >> stephanie: i could do that, too, between you and me. >> what have you done? just between you and me?
>> i'm franken woman. when you're out here in l.a., i'll give you a peek. welcome to the team on current. more canned radio applause. >> i'm looking forward to it. >> stephanie: we're really excited. >> it is like a whole other world to be amongst liberals. everyone is a liberal. the other channels, i have to contend with conservatives here and there. not here. >> stephanie: you can let your freak flag fly here. >> i like that. >> stephanie: that's what irritates us about the mainstream media like cnn there's two sides of facts. there's wolf blitzer in the middle of everything saying we'll have to leave it there before the liberal gets a chance to make a point. >> they say that they're balanced but in fact they don't really go there do they? >> they're dying. they have no numbers at cnn. >> stephanie: they were stupid enough to let you go and now you're on current. you will be filling in every night this week for governor spitzer, 8:00 p.m. eastern, 5:00
p.m. pacific. you join us with your own show in the fall, right? >> in the fall at 6:00. at 6:00, 9:00 and 12:00. they air it again and again and again for those people who have missed it. the main thing with the current television is people have trouble finding it, don't they? >> stephanie: well a guy wrote me the other day that sat on his remote and found me by accident. so we always have that opportunity. you have to call your cable providers. go to current.com and people can find out what cable system. >> i know in new york city, it is 103. so what is it in los angeles? >> stephanie: where i am, it is 142. >> all different numbers. >> oprah winfrey tried to get the own child 100 across the board and couldn't do it. >> stephanie: oprah owns all of us. >> she owns everybody. we are her slaves. >> stephanie: i've worked for
her twice. >> was she fun? >> she was terrifying and yes very nice. she's open ra. i don't remember what the conversation was. i just said oprah -- something like that. we're so excited. i have to tell you we're really doing groundbreaking stuff here at current. this is what kills me about the mainstream media. they're so afraid of being called liberal that they overcompensate the other way and there aren't two sides of facts. >> there are no two sides of facts but you have to take it with a grain of salt when they say it on another channel. my show won't be all politics. i can't just do politics, politics politics. i'm not a pundit. people like us, i don't know about you but i consider myself more a fun-dit. >> stephanie: my show has been described as senator fart joke. so i'm with you sister. but it is exciting. we have a lot of exciting new shows. gavin newsom started a show here. the fact that you're coming is
going to bring a lot of publicity and a lot more eyeballs. we thank you for that. >> i will do my best. i still have that other show "the view" so i have to promote it -- >> stephanie: whatever. i've been riding your coattails forever, joy behar. keep on trucking. >> i loved having you on my show. >> stephanie: i loved being on it and i know you have to go because you have like 16 jobs like a jamaican. congratulations. >> it is great talking to you. i'm thrilled to be part of the team coming up in september on current tv. >> stephanie: yea for joy behar. there she goes. >> the interview with current tv was not current. >> stephanie: it was friday. >> she's busy. >> stephanie: all right michigan state representative lisa brown on the show tonight. who said vagina. why, no, you can't say that.
they were trying to ban her from speaking. because she mentioned her lady bits. >> in a discussion about women's reproductive health. >> that's a man's job. if we're going to have a hear about the j.j.s, only member will participate. >> joy would be on my side. i will only invite women. just katherine heigl and me. peggy in illinois, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, stephanie. i was calling for two reasons. i wanted to tell you it was the bronx tale. >> caller: the bikers walk into the bar and they started giving everybody a hard time. it was a mafia bar. >> stephanie: there you go. >> caller: serve them a couple of drinks and then they started to get rude and obnoxious and throwing beers around and they said well, now you can't leave. >> stephanie: now you can't leave. >> caller: they beat the crap out of them.
and not the motorcycles. >> you can't do that. >> oh, no. >> strangely, it was a musical comedy. >> caller: they sang all the way to the hospital. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. peggy in phoenix. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi becky. >> caller: hi, i want to be the official former congressional candidate of "the stephanie miller show." [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] i also wanted to say to that guy who was talking about filibusters. i'm sorry whenever the democrats wants to filibuster, how many times did we hear the nuclear option? they were going to do the nuclear option which would take away the ability to filibuster. >> caller: nuclear. they talk about filibuster, filibuster, no. the republicans are filibustering and why we haven't done the nuclear option, i don't
know. harry reid needs to grow a set too. >> stephanie: he did -- that's why he -- basically once the president made recessed appointments, it was a shot across the bow and it worked. let's hope this works the same way on the dream act. >> now yous can't leave strategy. >> stephanie: okay. somebody is laughing at me. hello, dr. black in philadelphia >> caller: so nice to talk to you. i used to listen to you all the time when i lived in west palm beach. i'm calling because the thing that's got me the most about this whole back and forth since 2008 which i think is basically racially based and foundationally about race is that people who are republicans know full well that they're lying and they do nothing say nothing and just go along and get along when the people who were voting for these
republicans wind up getting a bad end of the stick like out in wisconsin. they voted that man into office and then they shook them of their rights. and they still say they're republicans. it confuses me because americans are more intelligent than that. i'm a professor so i'm really confused because this is just basic 101 of everything. so maybe you can clear that up for me. >> stephanie: yep. cracking herself up. yeah. we talked about that. we'll talk about it more, the rose garden incident. et cetera. kids, no you that we're on the tv. you know what's uncomfortable for me? i was afraid the side camera would catch me sweating. >> under boob sweat. >> stephanie: a little bit. kids, if you have menopause symptoms like hot flashes and belly weight gain, i used to hear these commercials and think
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>> now yous can't leave. the president at the white house correspondents association criticized neil monroe for repeatedly interrupting president obama called it discourteous. thank you. didn't you know this was a rose garden? ♪ i beg your pardon ♪ ♪ but did you know this is the rose garden ♪ ♪ along with the press pass ♪ ♪ you've got to not be such a horse's ass ♪ ♪ we've got to think before you speak and not be such a geek ♪ ♪ i beg your pardon ♪ ♪ just shut the [ bleep ] up in the rose garden ♪ >> good advice. >> stephanie: rocky mountain mike shoots, scores again. tim in buffalo.
welcome. >> caller: how redoing today? >> i was listening to the tom hartman show friday afternoon. he had a guest on who was explaining that as your earlier caller was saying that this is the president trampling the constitution. his guest explained that what obama's done with the immigration policy, there's the law and then there's these rules that they have to follow. and that what the president has done is he's actually changed the rules. that's okay. that has nothing to do with the constitution and she said that's why good immigration attorneys stayed up on the rules. the bottom line is when liberals talk to conservatives, we want to talk apples. they want to talk oranges and you're left with a question mark over your head at the end of the conversation. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> caller: obama's not a dumb guy. he wouldn't do something like that if it was going to be a constitutional issue. >> stephanie: you would have to remove the constitution from george bush's ass where he was
using it to wipe his wipey. just saying. all right. let's go to rachel in west virginia. welcome. >> caller: i had a couple of comments about the rose garden silliness. first though, about a month ago i've been delighted. as to your comments that they ought not let bloggers and pseudojournalists in i kind of disagree for perhaps three reasons. first it makes the administration look good and open-minded and unbiased to let a wider range of folks in. and second of all if these nutters can actually get things firsthand, they might report accurately. maybe not. maybe. and third you know, folks can behave themselves. they need to be straightforward before they get their press passes and point the finger sternly and say look, these are the rules.
if you can't behave, you won't be invited back. >> stephanie: now yous can't leave is my point. hi billy in texas. >> caller: good morning, guys. you know, the fact of the matter is -- >> stephanie: billy must you cheat on me with every other host in progressive radio. do you get paid per show or do you get one blanket fee? >> caller: no, ma'am you're the only one that pays me. >> that was quick. that was good. okay billy i'll give you that one. >> caller: here's the deal. obama is too weak of a leader to lobby for the nuclear option for lobby to get his things passed the way he wants them so he -- >> stephanie: do you guys all mispronounce nuclear to give george bush cover there in texas? >> caller: i don't know. it is a mark of a weak leader to attempt to rule by decree. >> stephanie: like george w. bush did? >> he didn't change a law billy. >> caller: well, he -- he's
changing the application of the law. >> he only changed the rule. didn't change the law. that's not unconstitutional. >> a rule and a law -- >> no. it wasn't passed by congress. it is policy. >> caller: i'm not sure i agree. >> it is a policy. >> caller: it seems to me he's attempting to rule by decree. he's doing it for political reasons. >> stephanie: george bush did with habeas corpus. >> caller: why didn't he do this last year? >> stephanie: because first of all, people forget ted kennedy was not available to be on the senate floor. there was never an oh, you guys -- >> they didn't see al franken until much later. >> stephanie: he was not seated yet. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show."
>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> alcohol is my way of life and i aim to keep it! >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 toll free from anywhere. john fuglesang sexy liberal joining us in a few minutes. he will be filling in for jennifer granholm every night this week. sorry. so many new shows on current. it is confusing to grab on to. [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] so much magic. jeff in chicago you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome, jeff. >> hey stephanie. love your show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: listen every day. if you miss you in the morning they rebroadcast two hours of
your show at midnight here in chicago. last week we had a rare power outage here in suburban chicago. and my computer was fried when the power came back on. i had to replace the compute burt as we speak carbonite is downloading my files! [ ♪ alleluia ♪ ] >> stephanie: i appreciate the testimonial. >> caller: i'm a lifelong subscriber to carbonite just like i'm a lifelong listenerring to stephanie miller. [ applause ] >> stephanie: handsome, romantic man. >> i'm not going to say anything. >> stephanie: looky here. just like a kotex, mitt romney's tour bus has wings. in mitt romney, jet buses travel 500 miles per hour. he flies. and just gets on the bus. >> he's never been on a bus in his entire life. >> stephanie: what is this? is this the thing that little
people ride in before they eat those chocolaty things or something? yeah, he boards a chartered plane to fly to the next state. the campaign leased a multiple matching buses prepositioned around the route. even his bus tour isn't authentic. isn't that something? mittens on the campaign trail. >> in the days ahead we'll be traveling on what are often the back roads of america. >> sure you are. flying over them. >> what i call the backbone of america. >> stephanie: the plane is the one that said romney's every millionaire counts tour. [ ♪ circus ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right. mittens. >> i've heard of these back roads. i've never seen them myself. >> for so many americans the distance between their town and the city of washington has never seemed so far. the federal establishment has never seemed so hostile and so remote. so disconnected from economic
reality. >> stephanie: you moan like people who get $77,000 tax deductions for their dressage horses? >> and we congratulate rafalca romney. >> stephanie: who made it into the olympics. mitt says that ann is the athlete in the family. rafalca would be the athlete. ann writes the checks. sphf if there were an olympic sport of check writing ann would be olympic -- >> the president spoke of giving people a fair shot. i could not agree more. under president obama more americans are living in poverty than under any president in history. that's a tragedy not a fair shot. >> it is also not true. i just made that up. i pulled it directly out of my ass. >> stephanie: i don't care about poor people. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: mitt plans to you on
unite evangelicals, pretend he's rick santorum. he has a different speech for every group when he speaks to evangelicals. he promises to fix the economy by reinforcing the importance of the heterosexual family unit. >> he signed into law same-sex marriage in massachusetts. >> oops! >> stephanie: there you go again bringing that up. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: did anyone see this in "the new york times"? the father of one of the proponents in the prop 8 case, the male couple. we talk to chris perry. they live here in burbank. >> we've had paul on. >> stephanie: yes. his father wrote the most beautiful piece. we're going to talk to them. it is about family and love. [ applause ] >> stephanie: sorry. i'm having a thing today. >> a nervous breakdown. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: here's good news
for all of you heterosexual family value people. glenn beck is planning a music project to compete with the horrifying trojan horse that is glee. >> there is going to be a conservative glee? >> stephanie: a little more than a year ago on his fox show, now departed -- oh, dear -- beck said he decided the family values were doomed because there was no way they could compete against a show that well produced and toxic to their way of life. >> he's going to have a hard time getting a gay choreographer. >> stephanie: good luck with your straight choreographer. beck has a new music project that will sneak as many subversive messages of love. >> is this his first foray into scripted television? >> stephanie: i'll bet it will be fabulous. >> i'll bet he will run into a buzz saw of opposition much like most oppositions.
>> stephanie: hair and makeup. >> good luck with that. >> stephanie: good luck. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: oh no. again. lind slay lohan again cannot find water anywhere in los angeles. exhausted, dehydrated. she -- >> at 7-eleven, you can get all kinds of bottled water. they have an assortment. >> stephanie: she continued to bring drama receiving treatment for exhaustion and dehydration a week after she was -- [ applause ] she ran into the 18-wheeler in her porsche. cut her off. because as jim said -- >> 18-wheelers are notorious -- >> much more maneuverable than a porsche. >> stephanie: that made sense. the producers of the lifetime film summoned paramedics to her hotel room friday morning because she apparently was passed out. she was not conscious. >> miss drinking binges. >> stephanie: perhaps.
>> who's afraid of virginia wolf. >> stephanie: the incident occurred after she had completed an all-night shoot her publicity said which is why she was dehydrated and exhaust and unconscious. >> and drunk. >> stephanie: we don't know that. [ buzzer ] >> no indication. >> stephanie: maybe there was no bottles of water left in l.a. who knows. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] i have to get a writer for my sexy liberal tour. ski for nothing. what do i get? >> nothing. >> bupkus. >> you get nothing! good day sir! >> stephanie: thank you. madonna requested 20 phone lines in her dressing room. i don't even have 20 people to call. >> she has been traveling with a 200 strong entourage including 30 bodyguards, personal chefs a yoga instructor and acupuncturist. she has a portable dry-cleaner
and asked for her space to be decorated with lilies and roses clearly not hydrangeas. >> with their stems trimmed to exactly six inches. [ applause ] if there is a mistake made -- plus, the area must be draped in a special fabric. her team has removed the furniture and filled them with her own property so they ship her own furniture around the country to make it -- give it a homier feel. >> is she really worth any of that? >> no. >> stephanie: i can't believe i haven't lost my [ bleep ] my captain america underpants. >> why do i put up with this? >> one thing's straight. my entrance, lights first and then music and then the door and then the carpet! if a mistake is made, someone's head will roll. wouldn't you like to guess whose. >> madonna's english accent.
>> stephanie: my set is falling down already. here's news we didn't want to know. david hasselhoff declared he does not need erectile dysfunction drugs. said i'm the anti-viagra. i'm the hoff. >> he said i'm the hoff. [oh, my god! >> that would cause women to use female viagra. does he say that when he walks in the bedroom? >> after he eats a hamburger off the floor. >> stephanie: kristin in chicago, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi kristin. >> caller: hi, mama. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: can i be the official union with a giant blah rescue dog? >> stephanie: what kind of giant blah dog? >> about six months. >> caller: can i -- >> stephanie: a birthday wish from jim? happy birthday from who?
>> i'm sorry. kristin. ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ ♪ happy birthday dear kristin ♪ ♪ happy birthday to you and many more ♪ ♪ don't let him do that again ♪ >> stephanie: just a happy girl. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: speaking of family values, brothels enjoy popular sport against all popular parties including 66% of democrats and republicans. only 20% of the republicans support same-sex marriage however. a juxtaposition, the pollsters describe as an interesting take on family values. brothels have no legal restrictions on sexual orientation. according to the state's republicans, it is okay if gays and lesbians pay for sex, as long as they don't settle down and start families. [ applause ] >> stephanie: paid sex good. marriage no, bad.
because i'm singing phonetically. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." 49 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 toll free from anywhere. chris, i'm telling you they're coming right after the show. the sexy liberal documentary with me lounging around with a box of wine or whatever. i've just received some contacts about sexy liberal. seen by over 30,000 people. highest grossing political comedy tour ever. blah blah, blah. live comedy album. most downloaded on amazon.com. remain the number one comedy album for six weeks. [ applause ] you know why? because of sexy liberals like john fuglesang who joins us now. good morning. >> good morning, stephers, how are you and the mooks doing? >> you're in san clam fisco. >> my goal is to be in a different city every time i call into the show. >> stephanie: running from the show. >> congratulations on your successful tour. >> stephanie: yes, you have nothing to do with it.
>> very little. in spite of me, it's done quite well. >> stephanie: you're bringing your special magic to current tv all this week. [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] >> indeed, i am. i wanted joy behar to be my warm-up act. joy is going to be hosting governor spitzer's hoe at 8:00 p.m. and i will be hosting governor granholm's show. today is paul mccartney's 70 iter -- birthday and it used to be candlestick park and now it is at&t because that has more soul. if the signal drops out you'll know why. >> stephanie: that's at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. john will be filling in all week. he's going to be -- you're going to be filling in for me, for all of us in two weeks. >> filling in for all of you. laugh. [ laughter ] >> how come when you do it, it
sounds like charlie wrangle. >> stephanie: you're going to have to brush up your impressions, drink a box of wine every morning and get on steroids. >> i borrowed a little t-shirt from my little sister so i could look like chris. >> stephanie: let's go to john in asheville. you're on with john fuglesang. >> caller: how you doing steph? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: it seems to be a very good growing season here in western north carolina. i would like to be your official pot grower. >> stephanie: john, that's what i was going to guess is what you grow. >> caller: you could have figured that out i guess. >> we already have an official pot grower but i forget who it is. >> stephanie: see what did you there? wee! john fuglesang, what did you think about the president's
announcement on immigration? i just thought it was a the right thing to do much like his stance on marriage equality and it made mittens look more in. the authentic than he already is. he was saying he's not against the dream act. now he will avoid it. i enjoyed the press conference very much. i want to say that tucker carlson is the real journalism what tucker carlson is to "dancing with the stars." the dream act is an amnesty. if you think it is an amnesty you're thinking about what ronald reagan did. if you think this is amnesty and if you're angry about the dream act, you right-wingers have to take down the ronald reagan love dolls. that's exactly what the president did. this is a sinister plot of the president to allow babies who want to grow up and work and pay taxes to stay in this country and that's all it is. >> stephanie: we were saying first of all to say it is political during political season duh! >> of course it is. >> stephanie: number two, he was already ahead by 30 some
points along latino voters. he did this because of the unprecedented obstructionism and it is the right thing to do. the other thing is it makes mitt romney have to do that awful awkward pivot because he literally was the most far right on immigration in the republican primary, wasn't he? >> you're right. it makes mitt romney look like an awkward white man trying to dance at a show. of course it is political. the republicans are saying it is political. you know what bush did for seven years? he hiked up the military alert level to orange which was not positive for anybody. this is positive for so many people. it will be good for economies. it will be good for jobs. it is going to have more people paying taxes in america. and you know, in you want to be against this, again, you have to be against ronald reagan because he gave real amnesty. i'm really glad the president did it. i want to see monroe get deported to rierld for that --
to ireland for that job he took. >> stephanie: favorite right wing implosion over the president's announcement on friday. representative alan west. from florida. he alleges new obama policy on dreamers is a voter fraud conspiracy. he says this is one of those back door opportunities to allow people for the next five months to get the opportunity to vote. why is it being done now? do you really get a sense of what the american people feel. the dream act has been up for for debate for over a decade. some version has been introduced since 2001 and despite his insistence by the american people have not been heard polls show most americans support the dream act which goes further than president obama's executive order that he just -- >> which only proves they've been duped. >> you cannot win the white house without 40% of the latino vote. so game on, mitt. it will be an interesting thing what rubio does right now. >> stephanie: to me, is that the most offensive thing? we've got a hispanic guy that has some -- that's not too
ham-handed, is it? >> >> stephanie: did you hear about the rnc latino web site has pictures of asian kids on it. >> beautiful. >> it is labeled as asian in the stock photo. it is labeled as asian. >> mitt wants you to know he's in touch with the latino community and he cares about all hispanics. you're going to see marco rubio talk about how he's prodream act just like bush is to bush economics. we're seeing christie making a play. he thinks he has a shot at being vice president. i don't think you can have two northeastern moderates on the same republican ticket and hope to win. chris christie thinks he has a shot? he believes in climate change, gun control obama's education program, he doesn't hate muslims or illegals and he doesn't -- you know, it is like chris meet the tea party they'll love you. >> stephanie: i've been reading a lot about trying to go
for the youth vote with rubio or paul ryan. what about that whole campaign against the president's inexperience? really? >> that was a sarah palin argument don't. they don't have any ideology. it is about what has the job. they're going to stop believing what they believed last year. it is really, really sad. mitt romney is a true etch-a-sketch. he has no core values. all of my republican friends who spent the season hating this guy are doing what ann has to do, fake it for mitt. faking it for mitt. >> stephanie: you said etch-a-sketch. if only someone could have caught a romney campaign saying something like that. oh, someone did. john fuglesang did. my friend trish who makes that noise every time i say your name, she gave me a small etch-a-sketch to give you. i didn't have the heart to tell her that you get 27 of those.
>> it happened the other night in minneapolis after my show. it happened in boston with sexy liberal. i'm glad i can be part of ohio art's stock surge. >> stephanie: are you a one-man stimulus john fuglesang. i mean that in every sort of dirty way possible. we'll see you tonight on current and we'll see you on the show every day this week to talk about what you're doing. >> one more thing about my time at cnn. i had the honor six weeks ago to rodney king. he had all of the demons that were related to his addiction. he asked for forgiveness and he gave forgiveness in his life. he was uncommonly gracious and gentle man. >> stephanie: out of time, honey. we'll see you tomorrow on the show. see you tomorrow on "the stephanie miller show."