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>> so someone probably went up to the kiss cam and said put them on camera again. >> if you and i were on the kiss cam, you would gouge your own eyes out before you touched me -- [ laughter ] >> yeah, why do you think there is this much space between us. >> the definition of coyote ugly. >> wow. i bring your quiche and this is the thank i get. >> hi you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> i hope they continue to push
mitt romney's tax returns. >> i just think that when you have even republicans saying this is just so arrogant it's just -- i'm not -- i don't think anybody is saying it is illegal what he is done, it is just so stunning that he would say i'm not going to follow the standard that every other presidential candidate has. >> yeah and it seems like there seems to be a stronger cry from the right for him to release the taxes. >> my headline right here. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> george will slammed mitt romney for not releasing his taxes. even republicans are going there must be something -- >> being dead for sometime. >> he rose from the dead. >> zombie -- >> yeah.
[ laughter ] >> i got to have a go to meeting about that later. >> he breathes! >> oh, my god, we could release a fortune with that. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i have one more thing to say about mitt romney -- >> i just eat your brains -- >> and then chew your face off. >> let me pick your brain and then eat it with a crab fork. [ laughter ] >> what wine goes with brains? [ laughter ] >> lizard tongue. [ laughter ] >> if something is going to come out, get it out in a hurry will said. i do not know why he didn't get all of this out and tidy up some of his offshore accounts and all of the rest. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> again arrogance. he said romney is losing the
argument in a big way at this time. matthew doud said there is obviously something there, because if there was nothing there, he would have it. >> little bit. >> like just about everything. >> little bit. >> yeah. many of these politicians think i can do this i can get away with this. if he had 20 years of great clean it would be out there. but it's arrogance. mary madeline, she said this is a distraction. it's not what people care about it? >> computer says -- >> yeah, they care. >> yeah, they kind of do. >> they care that they don't have much left in their bank accounts. >> oh, clever. >> they don't care about his
taxes. >> yes they do. >> what people are speculating is that his tax returns may show that in some years he paid less than 14% of his income. >> oh, we were going to speculate one thing we have heard is in there -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> right. >> i still maintain that he made massive profits off of dealing illegal drugs. >> what? >> well that's what i have heard -- >> he just needs to release it. >> no, a republican said that as well. they said think what it is -- >> drugs? >> no. but he probably paid zero taxes. and that would look bad. >> yes, unseemly. >> yes. >> karen in florida you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hello how are you today? >> good go ahead. >> good. i was wondering if anybody
noticed the lack of slaps instead of referring to him as president obama they like to call him mr. obama. >> yeah that's true. it's just the basic level we used to show the office of the president, i think. >> yeah, he is not really the president because he is black. >> bla -- >> and right-wing bloggers bill o'reilly did call president obama chimpy mccoke spoon. however, a, he is not a -- >> yeah. >> so i just took care of that for you. besides it was funny. bud in seattle, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, bud. >> hi, how are you doing? >> good.
>> there is something i noticed in how mitt romney and all of his supporters and all of his crew try to manipulate or dodge or come up with all kinds of excuses kind of like high school. but part of the job is part of being commander in chief, and there's a war going on, and how do -- how does mitt romney respond to like a 3:00 morning phone call, they were calling for obama when he was running for president? so it's kind of like i wish people would talk more about like his methodology, how -- how he handles critical situations like he is doing with his taxes, because it's a reflection of how he would do anything else? >> jeepers who the hell is calling me at 3:00 in the morning. >> i'm just wondering why his
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i'm calling on behalf of my two rescue dogs, julie and detective doozel -- >> hi, detective doozel -- >> and julie. >> i'm going to call my next dog bob. okay. go ahead, deb. detective doozel has been talking to julie, and they were wondering about this because they said there are three things that bring someone down, and they were talking about politics, and they were talk about mr. romney and they said the first thing is money. and obviously he has lots of that. and the second thing detective doozel came up with was greed. and the final thing which we have yet to see is sex. >> oh well what does detective
doozel think is going to be sex scandal? >> he is not sure. he is working on the case right now. >> he is a real detective -- >> why do i sense this clip is going to end up on news busters later today. okay. we love you julie and detective doozel! [ applause ] >> they are handment and romantic. >> when i first got jazz i contemplated changing his name to paul. >> i like that. a cat named paul. [ laughter ] >> remember hal sparks's friend named her pomeranian barbara walters. and when she got last hal had to run through the neighborhood going barbara walters bad girl!
get over here. >> of course the dog has no problem saying woof. let's dive into the right-wing world. [♪ circus music ♪] >> brett hume -- >> they -- they -- they -- >> right. because we're trying to be helpers, i think his nuanceation problems are because of the sharpay-like folds. and we made two suggestions a clothes pen in the back or a shower cap, our neighbors have a bassett hound, and they put a shower cap on him when they take him for a walk so his ears don't
drag. >> they play a huge share of the taxes. way disproportionate for the size of the income they receive, but it's not going to be enough of this president who almost has an attitude bordering on contempt of successful businessmen. >> yeah, because successful businessmen -- >> jeffery is not a part of the obama administration. >> no, or what do you call it warren buffet -- >> he hates the president. >> okay. >> he throws that crap out there with absolutely no basis for fact. >> that's because he is a journalist. that's what they do. >> sure. maria and bill griffith on the closing bell. >> yes. >> when they do get around to hiring people, it's likely to be an explosion of hiring because they are probably dying to hire people if you give them clarity.
>> will that do it if president obama getting recollected? >> big question. >> so they are just holding it right now. they are dieing to have -- like the hulk busting out of his clothes dying to go on hiring spreeing -- >> right. but only if romney gets elected. >> yeah, not when the black guy is there. >> so it will be like a big colon blow. [ explosion ] >> yeah rush limbaugh. >> i think it is now be said without equivocation, without equivocation, man hates this country -- he is trying -- barack obama is trying to dismantle, brick by brick the american people. there is no other way to put
this. ruthless politician who despises the country. [ laughter ] >> based on what? >> even if you don't agree -- >> based on his associations with berndean[ inaudible ]. >> really? do you really -- do normal people really think the president hates america? >> people that listen to rush limbaugh think that. >> okay. >> one of my goldman sachs buddies tried that, he is like the president makes over $150,000 a year -- and i'm like really? do you really think that? and he is like no. let's ride this hill. >> yeah. >> when you have a face-to-face
conversation with a human, you -- really? okay. >> how can you legislate that exactly. >> no american will ever make more than a dollar -- >> because i hate america. >> because i hate america. >> sean hannity. >> you are going to hand this country right back to these progressives for another disastrous four years, and that will allow them to fundamentally complete their transformation of the united states. so you better fight hard, and you better know the stakes are high. because four more years of obama will end america the country as we know it. [ screaming ] >> almost as bad as the clinton years when we had a surpress -- >> they are getting a little drama queenie -- >> it is the end of the world as we know it!
[ screaming ] >> wow. get the lights on your way out. >> you need to talk to your friend sean hannity. >> i should just text him, really? >> give him a model of reagan that says, shawn, you are an idiot. >> just remind him how many times reagan raised taxes -- >> he doesn't like that. >> i know grech encarlson. >> he has said now that he won't apologize to you for apparently calling you a possible fell laughon? >> what? huh? [ buzzer ] [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> the president has never apologized for america -- >> well, he correctly pointed out, that he wanted to nationalize big oil companies -- >> but there was no apology --
>> no. >> gretchen carlson produce the f-ing tape on that. >> and the president did not call mitt romney a felon -- stephanie cutter said -- >> either he is a liar or a felon. >> and that's true. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> all you need to do is release the tack returns and went we'll know. release the minutes of the bane meeting. >> the question is were you lying then or are you lying now, and are you not in fact chronic and perpetual liar! >> pat carlson -- >> [ screaming ] >> this is where he reads letters and givings dating advice. >> i'm a christian she is a % muslim. people have told me to break it off with her. what do you think? >> no way. she'll want to her muslim thing,
and you will want to do your christian thing. and little be struggle and strife. walk away. >> wow. >> no way -- >> it's going to be all -- [ laughter ] >> and i think you should say good-bye to all of your jewish friend too. or they will get all jewishy on you. >> she'll be doing the backstroke of fire -- [ applause ] >> he is that guy at your thanksgiving table. >> yeah. >> i thought the baseball said les not ye judged? >> oh, grand pie did you sit on a pie again. >> alan in tennessee -- >> i saw the apple pie on the
seat. >> huh oh. >> grandpa are you sitting on the pie? >> i sure hope so. >> hi, alan in tennessee. welcome. >> hey, here is another black man that loves you. >> ummm. >> you do the verbal blackdown that james carville did with sean hannity last night. >> no, i did not. >> it was like chuck norris going after a dead fish. >> oh wow. awesome. >> sean hannity's head almost exploded -- >> well, facts to shawn they are like garlic and a vampire and garlic. [ explosion ] >> all right. 45 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> the combination of low
selfest steam, low blood sugar, and mixing wine with my dog's painkillers. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. >> i'm not prone to understatement, so explain to me why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa. >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. do you share the sense of outrage that they're doing this, this corruption based on
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>> milk shake brings all of the boys to the yard. >> that's a lot of yard. >> unless they are lactose intolerant. [ laughter ] >> ronnie in richmond virginia. hi, ronnie. >> hey how are you doing steph? >> i'm good how are you? >> fantastic. hope you are loving the heat. it is hot here in richmond. >> well, i'm not in richmond, but thank you, yes. >> what i would like to bring to your attention, i watch the news all the time, and it seems to me that the government is controlling what is put on to the news and they let us know what they want us to hear and a lot of things slip through the cracks that are never brought up. i'll give you an example --
>> like what? >> i'll give you a good example. >> okay. >> when -- when bin laden was killed, they sent the navy seals in there, right? >> yes. >> why didn't they just take an m-60 tank and there and blow the place up -- >> because they were detroy evidence -- >> and kill innocent people -- >> well, if they would have taken him hostage, and brought him home we would have got a lot of information from him -- >> easier said than done ronnie. why didn't you go and capture him? >> can you come again on that -- >> all right. i think first of all he is
confused. because his tv is in richmond i am there too. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i think he talks to the tv a lot. i think he talks to me -- >> another thing -- >> he is still talking to me right now -- >> i think he is trying to type something in the small box -- >> i bought one of them snuggies and they didn't fit right -- >> i'm probably responsible for that too. i sent him the wrong size. >> yeah. >> kathy you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, how are you? >> good. go ahead. >> if romney is truthful about being at bain for 25 years, that would take him to the year 2002, right? >>. >> yeah. and if you commit fraud or felony, you can't even become a school teacher. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> yeah, i get it, that
he's -- he accused president obama of running a campaign based on dishonesty. >> but? >> yeah, and he brushed aside suggestions from -- including a lot of other republicans that he would release more of his tax returns -- he went on fox and friends -- >> of course he did. >> yesterday. and he -- he was responding to [ inaudible ] and others who accused him of whining. didn't he say this can't bean bag or -- >> bean bag? >> yeah. of course if you are running on your business record people are going to bring up your business record. he said something. i'll find it. he slammed obama on running a campaign based on dishonesty,
and he said it won't have legs this fall. it could work in chicago, but not in america. yeah, i think it is. >> has chicago liberal replaced san francisco liberal? >> i guess yeah. >> there are a lot of conservatives in chicago. >> yeah, there are. >> and -- is it me or did he admit there is a lot of bad stuff in there. he said it would only give more admission to the obama campaign. [ explosion ] >> okay. then, there's nothing there, but if you see it it is going to be bad. [♪ somber music ♪] >> what did i just say, yaks? chris in oakland, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, chris. >> good morning. i would like to address something ronnie said the
reason they didn't send an m-60 tank in, that is no longer our number one battle tank -- >> why didn't they send general sherman in there? >> yeah. >> take him off to springfield. [ laughter ] >> but you guys caught what harry reid was saying during the disclose act debate about 17 bitter old white men waking up the morning after the election and realizing they just bought the country. >> yeah, go ahead. >> i think that's the only way is with the money that they are going to win this election. what really worries me is if that occurs, i think it will fracture this country even more. people will be -- there will be so many more people left with a
bad taste in their mouth. >> yeah. >> when they play his gaming -- i hope they don't realize it because if they do that means they really are corrupt and cynical and don't care about this country. >> yeah, exactly. and we had senator americaly on yesterday talking about the disclose act. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> mitt romney -- romney throwing stones from his big glass house. his bold new attack on president obama is the white house is a hot bed of crony -- >> wow. >> if romney wants to attack the president, he better put his anonymous money where his mouth is. >> yeah. >> here we go again. romney won't disclose his
bundlers. literally how do you throw stones from that house. and teresa heinz kerry -- >> john mccain ran for president, and released two years of tax returns. john kerry's wife never released her tax returns -- >> a, not running for taxes, and b, did release her tax returns, and john kerry missed 20 years of tax returns. >> yeah. [♪ romantic music ♪] >> isn't that interesting? >> like bobble head dolls. >> there are no journalism -- is no journalism that goes on over at fox. >> that's what we need a jacki schechner bobble head doll.
58 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> they're not american. >> stephanie: they're not [♪ theme music ♪] hello, current tv viewers. jacki schechner i can barely get to all of my hate mail while i'm sifting through all of your love letters. [♪ romantic music ♪] >> smoking-hot news godness is back, and she fits in like
another mook albeit an usually hot one -- >> awe. [ applause ] >> it's good to know i have won over the spanky fetish wine lover, paleontologist. >> suck on that ann curry. >> oh! >> here she is news godness, jacki schechner. >> good morning. democrats in the senate are trying to bring more transparency to politics. the nine votes blocked the disclosure act in the senate last night. they law would require that the names of anyone giving more than $10,000 be disclosed. harry reid will bring up the issue again, but it is largely a symbolic discussion.
we can't get much past the senate, but the son of george soros is trying another avenue to fight big money in politics. no irony lost in this scenario here, but jonathan is starting an action committee called friends of democracy, who will go after members of the house who are against campaign finance reform. he knows he can't compete on the presidential level but he says going after house members will be a good start. and if you are wondering what is in a name you might want to ask the dnc host committee, they are sending our fliers that it is the panther's stadium, but that
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announcement this week. >> would your boogady cheese have anything to do with it? >> maybe. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> last week we did the story about the 700-pound woman that has sex like ten times a day -- >> yeah, she is getting it more than you? >> yeah. nothing. have you watched tlc's strange sex show. >> i have come across it every -- ever once in while. >> you what? >> really, that's disgusting. [ buzzer ] >> i think that will short out your television. >> really? >> wow, i would hate to be your cleaning lady. [ laughter ] >> when. [ squeezy music ] >> they sound a 34-year-old man
who breastfeeds from his wife to cure his erectile dysfunction problem. >> really? >> james and michelle -- who for some reason want their last names withheld. they have been incorporating breastfeeding into their sexual routine a few months after their baby was born -- >> hum. >> he would like to point out the children get the first priority -- >> oh, good. >> i don't know if he takes a number in a deli -- >> number 42! >> jeff and michelle first submitted an application. they were hoping to be featured fora different fetish, vampirism. >> um -- um -- >> hum. >> does that mean what i think it means.
>> yes. he's a little bity. okay. the vampirism alleviated his erectile dysfunction problem, but they have to do it sparingly, because of scarring. >> wow. >> these kids are a couple of freaks. then they got the idea to experiment with breastfeeding. they thought it was a national transition. he said if his wife stops producing milk we will just go back to vampire. [ applause ] >> being single is looking better every day. >> yeah.
>> somewhat disturbing. >> not as disturbing as the testicle-eating fish. >> yeah. i'm sending that fish to orly taitz's dentistry, because that is weird. >> it needs braces and a little teeth white earning i think. >> yeah. >> you know what else is disturbing mitt romney singing. ♪ oh, beautiful, for tax loopholes, for my wife's dressage horse, for freedom for my mormon church to own the universe ♪ >> oh, boy. ♪ i also march to thee but don't expect a big cash check
accountants work for me ♪ [ applause ] >> yay! >> he hit the notes too well. >> yeah that was a little too on key. >> okay. mittens on -- not releasing his tax returns on fox and friends i believe, yesterday. >> the obama people keep on wanting more and more and more more things for their opposition research to try to make a mountain out of it and to distort and to be dishonest about. >> oh. okay. that's all the help that you get to see -- >> your dead said you should release 12 years at least -- >> as everybody has been saying boy, that seems to imply there is something really bad in there. ♪ >> mitt romney said the public will see two years of return and no more. we'll put out two years.
msnbc host there may be a couple of years he hasn't paid taxes, but it needs to come out now so he can explain it. >> there is nothing there and you can't look at it. >> mittens. >> we have every reason to go after him pretty hard, and i'm going to continue to go after him -- [ mocking laughter ] >> nervous laughter. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> romney rehearsed subordinization with vanilla beep. the intention is to change the subject from office the taxes and bain. a lackluster effort my fail.
mr. romney has reached decision his friends believe and he may disclose it later this week. >> they are saying it is tim pollenty. >> that's what i'm hearing. >> we just had michael mcdonald in here, and that's what he reminded me of in that debate. he said something critical of romney on the campaign trail -- and he is like -- >> they are like would you like to repeat what you said. and he was like -- nooooo. >> yeah rob portman and are the other things -- >> other things. >> sorry. [ laughter ] >> but they are saying he wants to avoid being upstaged. pollenty, some pundits would
stop the mistake of 2008. [ applause ] >> she was exciting that's for sure. >> most americans including independents do not blame the president for the slow recovery. so they are saying a really safe choice might not help him either. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> and speaking of malibu barbie she hasn't been invited to tampa yet -- >> yeah. >> no tampa invite for palin. [ laughter ] >> i love this story. a jolt of palin at romney's conversion seems unlikely. palin cannot be trusted to avoid the unrogue. >> to unrogue. >> that's perhaps why the romney
camp has not asked her to speak nor contacted her about attending. inquiries about a possible palin appearance. [ crickets chirping ] >> this is not a katie hawkins event, and you can't invite yourself to the big dance. >> lee in chicago, you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, lee. >> hi, stephanie. first came i'm calling. and i am one of those disgusting chicago liberals. >> there you go. >> i'm going to pray tonight that romney is definitely a registered republican and stays one. number three, geithner, remember when he was first appointed, and they were talking about his taxes were the biggest thing? now all of a sudden mitt romney
who is running for president, his taxes are just a distraction. >> yeah. >> that is the epitome of hypocrisy. >> exactly. somebody made a good point yesterday, when i bought my house i had to give them three years of tack returns. >> sure. >> i want to buy the white house. so. [ mocking laughter ] >> for that you need 20 years. >> yeah. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: i got her number off of the men's room stall, 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪ try it for yourself. lysol. mission for health. [ dennis' voice ] i bet he's got an allstate agent. they can save you up to 30% more by bundling your policies. well his dog's stupid. [ dennis' voice ] poodles are one
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ what have you done for me laically, oh, oh oh yeah ♪ >> yeah, uh-huh. silt the "stephanie miller show" -- >> by lately you mean the '80s. >> please call me miss miller. doris welcome. >> yes, thank you, stephanie. i have a theory as to why mitt will not release those tax returns, you see if he deducted business expenses in travel and things for his corporate meetings when he was not supposed to, to engage in business with bain. that will be like making a false statement to the u.s. you can lie to the american
people, but you don't lie to the irs. >> yeah. exactly. i was mentioning this earlier romney accuses obama of paying off top donors but won't release his own list. romney refuses to list -- release a list of his biggest backers, meaning there is no way to tell whether he would correct the problem that he is alledging of the obama campaign. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> the corruption claims have not held up well with fact checkers or voters. they are doling out political payoffs.
i don't know whether they are just desperate to try to distract at attention -- >> it is not working. >> yes the organization expressed shock and amazement. romney refused to name his top campaign raisers, commonly called bundlers. obama, george w. bush john mccain all named their bundlers. romney's refusal to release bundlers is really sticks his finger in the eyes of citizens who need this information to make an assessment -- >> mitt romney is securing big money from -- he should be careful about throwing stones from his big glass house.
and they are expected to block a vote on the disclose act which would require anonymous groups to disclose who is backing their political advertising. this is a confusing line of attack for romney? i maintain, jim, i think he is working for the obama campaign [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i think this whole thing may be staged. >> or maybe he is having a brain-related event. >> carol you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, carol. >> hi, steph. i have a question for anybody to answer. it seems the top 1% are the job creators, and the bush tax cuts have been in since, i don't know, six, seven eight years. >> yep. >> i want to know what these creators have been creating. certainly not jobs. >> yeah.
it's the question everybody keeps asking over and over carol, and republicans never answer it. they never answer it if they have these tax cuts now why are they not creating more jobs. they make it sound like we're talking about going back to eisenhower tax rates or even reagan, yikes! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> ikes! >> dave in wisconsin. hi dave. >> hello, stephanie, how are you? >> good, go ahead. >> two points one the issue of romney and his tax returns wouldn't you agree that people in those higher tax brackets have a team of accountants that are staying within the guidelines of the tax code, and therefore are allowing these kinds of deductions to reduce disparate taxes? >> yeah, nobody is saying -- first of all we wouldn't know -- but nobody is
saying he has done anything illegal -- but i think his tax returns would be a perfect example of what is wrong with your tax code. >> exactly. i was watching the bill press show, >> yes, i have heard of him -- >> he called him a tax cheat this morning. >> oh. and how can he see when nobody knows what deductions are taken or was he outside of the tax code that exists. everyone that is in those upper tax brackets -- >> mr. joe scarborough among others is right that he paid zeros some years -- i don't know anybody that thinks that is fair. >> that's not fair at all. >> that's all i'm saying -- bill press no one can control him. >> if you are taking advantage of the united states you need to pay your taxes. >> yeah. >> doug in north carolina. hi, doug. >> good morning, stephanie and
crew. >> hi. >> first theory why mitt is not having sarah at the convention do you remember when mitt announced that he was running for president, look at who showed up at the look at me on the same day -- >> just to be fair it's not hard to steal mitt romney's thunder. >> no. >> he is not exactly. thor. >> and sarah palin i'm running for president, send your money, just -- yeah she is such a fake. but talking about fakes, you know college dropouts like sean hannity and rush limbaugh whenever someone brings up romney bringing up his tax returns, they say how come obama --
>> yes. hello, kate. >> hi, how are you? >> good. go ahead. i just wanted to give you a little fyi when myth was here when he was our governor. >> uh-huh. when he left he had people go into the after after he had left to take down her curtains. >> really? >> honest to god. >> just saving money, huh? >> that's just a little tidbit of the way this mind works. they were custom curtains made for this office. >> i'll take the curtains off too. >> and then he beat up on massachusetts. >> that's a fine thanks they give for the lovely curtains they gave him.
♪ >> charlie pierce from esquire.com is next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >> this court has proven to be the knowing, delighted accomplice there she is ! hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, you need something powerful. you need lime-a-way. it's 4 times more effective at removing limescale than the leading bathroom cleaner.
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but right now -- ♪ pierce ♪ >> charlie pierce political columnist for esquire.com. ♪ why is everybody always laughing with me ♪ >> good morning, charlie pierce. i'm sorry i retroactively retired over the weekend i have never been on your show. >> what happened? >> i didn't have anything to do with it. i am a regular on the "stephanie miller show." but i had no responsibilities whatsoever, and i made you a hundred dollars. >> we paid you a hundred dollars? >> shhhh, chris, you know we have been hiding the money. >> awesome. >> i have a scam involving stephanie miller swag. >> as usual you have my favorite piece on mitt romney. contempt for the help why romney won't give it up. this is what this is all about. even republicans have been saying this.
it's arrogance. >> i'm not sure that there is anything -- you know in the tax returns that we don't already know or respect -- >> right. >> that can do him anymore damage than the endless speculation of what might be in there is doing him. he just doesn't want to do it. >> yeah. >> and he has dug in his heels and because the entire party he pur ports is out of his mind there is november in the party that can make him do it. >> i want to make them eat the pie. >> it's going to be blueberry pie. >> blueberry pie! [ laughter ] >> charlie so you were saying in your piece, how -- how curious is it that he is babbling about
teresa heinz carey -- >> he pulled out john kerry only released two years of his tax return -- and then in everybody stood up and said wait, we have them for the last two years. and it turned out his wife released some too. >> she did. she released two years and she wasn't even a candidate. >> it was a desperate bailout because his original thing turned out to be surprise lousy staff work. >> in the mind of mitt romney there is three kinds of people romney, his family and his help.
running amuck. >> you walk through mitt romney's life and you are behind the velvet ropes. it's like go to graceland. >> yeah, he says this is contempt. there are rules for the help which willard romney never had to abide. >> no. and he -- and he -- there's no reason for him to behave the other way, because this has worked for him his entire life. this all came up in the primaries, and he simply brushed it aside. he did the same thing in massachusetts when he ran for governor here. his opponent brought all of this stuff up. and the only person that actually made it stick was ted kennedy, because he had too much money to be outspent and too much power to be ignored. and what are you are seeing with the obama campaign is the same
thing. this is not an opponent you can simply buy off, bury under money or brush aside. >> yeah and even conservatives, though, name the -- they are starting to pile up -- >> the governor of alabama is my favorite. he called a press conference and said release the damn tax returns! i'm going to tampa, i want to have a good time. i don't want to fight over this. or it is [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] mart. >> a couple? >> teddy bears. >> yes teddy bears. he will not do it -- >> i -- i -- i don't know. who -- who is it out there that can make him do it? that's the thing. he is not going to listen to george will. he can hire george will to
polish his car. but reince prebus will go to him? who is the power that moves that is going to romney and say you have to do this? >> sheldoned a lson -- >> he is on romney's side on this one. >> exactly. he is the de facto head of the republican party, because he funds the entire thing. >> him or people like him, yes. >> right. >> most of those people don't think they have any right to make him disclose his tax returns. the only reason they are landing on romney now is because they think he is a lemon of a candidate. that's why they care. >> yeah. the other bad news you reported on for comedy is that ron paul's five minutes are up? >> yeah. >> as you say, they -- they have
put a final end to the golden dream in which crazy uncle -- >> bless his heart. >> darn it. he is going to be down on what they are calling channel side which is apparently where sarah palin is going to be have her event. >> yeah, we were just talking about that. you were talking about "politico"'s piece. i think you are right, the media only has one story line, and it is always close -- >> i do think it will be close, but the piece was written as though nothing has happened in virginia since 2010. you know the republican governor has -- you know wheeleded his magic transvaginal probe and make that disappear.
>> the legislators decided to stick the baby's probes up the hoo has of the women. >> they had the issue where they tried to buy the senate of virginia. the resulting 2010 were the outliers, but why "politico" would be surprised that the president is running strongly is beyond me. he is going to have to work really hard to win a lot of places he won last time. >> so what are you hearing tea-pa is the vice presidential pick? >> he is spending a lot of time with governor kenneth duepage today. [ laughter ] >> i don't -- as long -- as long -- the thing is as long as
he has other republicans yelling about it it will not distract, because that would stay on the front page. republicans eating their own -- you can't balance this. david brooks and joe klein are both attempting to bail mitt romney out on this whole thing, saying how mean obama is being to him. >> really? >> yeah. >> he said that bain acted like a personal trainer to the nation. petting the self indulgent folks out of the work force. >> oh -- >> this to me makes him a bit of a social you path, but i don't want for the "new york times." but anyway there is a little bit of a pushback -- wait he is acting like he wants to get reelected, how dare he! [ laughter ] >> yeah, exactly.
[♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> by the -- >> breaking news -- >> yes. >> mitt romney -- i mean, really they should just tell him to stop. stop trying to make it seem like you are connecting with actual humans. he held up the waiters and waitresses at the fund raiser last night saying the people serving refreshments aren't having a good year. >> throw them a copper or two. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> oh, shoe shine boy -- [ laughter ]. >> who calls dinner refreshments? >> if you are paying $50,000 a plate, i think you should get more than cocktail weannys. >> that's a good point. you should get dinner and dessert, not just refreshments.
i have this vision of one of the concession stands at fenway park. >> yeah, those are refreshments. >> pigs and blankets -- >> yeah, and then that thing at the drive inwhere they say five minutes to show time, visit our refreshment stand. >> yes. charlie pierce i love you honey. see you next week? [ applause ] >> oh, my. 45 minutes of the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> [ whistling ] that's a lot of zeros! >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show."
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>> wow. >> he said i said kiss my -- he gave me a pat down but made sure to go around my [ censor bleep ]. >> i found it amusing. >> he is an act for though but he has acted in some real things -- >> can you see the woman screening the extra -- wow! >> woe! >> pull over mister. >> he just doesn't take advantage of his gifts when he acts, if you will. >> i see. stunning. hello juanita. >> good morning. that's a tough act to follow. >> yes. sorry about that. go ahead. >> i wanted to say about the republicans, we started here with what my memory of their dirty tricks starting with the
trickle-down economics, and the mental institutions closing, and then came tax cuts, reregulations of banks stock markets, two wars haliburton started by dick cheney and then we had banking failures and foreclosures, and then bush getting on tv with bernanky saying he had to control of all of the money. >> yeah, i hear ya. >> chinny's energy meetings one thing they put forward is you can't look into fraccing. >> how can you do something that dangerous to the earth and not regulate it. >> yeah, so he could make ga
gill gillions of dollars. >> the president. >> somebody helped to create this unbelievable american system we have that allowed you to thrive. >> yeah. >> and mitt romney is going to fix that. [ mocking laughter ] >> if you have roads and bridges -- if you have a business, you didn't make that happen. the internet didn't get invented on its own government research created the internet so all of the companies could make money off of the internet. >> and then the right-wing said it was the defense department that made -- >> that is part of the government, duh. brett hume said that. >> the president yesterday on governor romny. >> i want to give tax breaks to
companies that are investing right here in ohio. [ cheers and applause ] >> that are investing in hamilton county. >> what a commie. >> and mittens responding. >> this is a tough time for the people of america, but if you are a campaign contributor to barack obama your business may stand to make billions of dollars or hundreds of millions of dollars in cash to the government. and i think it's wrong. >> what? >> that is such a curious line of attack. >> how weird. >> weird. >> hour friend debbie wasserman schultz, offered mitt romney they need to put on their big boy and big girl pants. >> i love her so much. >> mitt romney is running for the united states and he and his team leadership need to put on their big boy and big girl pants. they are running the most
secretive campaign in american history, either he is lying, which could be a felony, either he was or wasn't the owner of bain. they make it sound like this is so outrageous and unfair of the president -- >> they are public records. of course we can use it. over and over again. >> she said it can't be both. if he is the soul owner, he needs to be held accountable for the decisions made at that time. and she talked about his tax records. and she said we're going to hold him accountable for that. >> the question is were you then or are you lying now, or are you not in fact a chronic and habit call liar! >> hi tony.
>> stephanie. i'm a ross perreault supporter, when i was serving in the military, mitt romney was over in france working on mormon missions. the man is a coward and has no guts. and i have one other thing to say, if you have ever heard of this club you have need to look it up. it's called the boeheim an club. it has been going on since 1871. it is all republicans. and i got invited to that in 1977, and it is a trip. all of these deals that these republicans are making are going through there. >> yeah. i found more offensive the thing he said about his sons none of
them have served because they are serving a higher purpose getting them elected. >> incredibly offensive. >> all of these punks after 9/11 -- how are you serving your country? well, i'm staying here and making money for himself. >> that's what george bush said. >> yeah. >> hum? >> all right. 58 minutes after the hour. very exciting dave -- all i can remember is mudcat -- dave saunders joining us next to talk about polling. >> don't talk about polling. what is a mudcat? >> we'll continue. 58 minutes after the hour. it is the "stephanie miller show." ♪
[♪ theme music ♪] hello current tv world. oh, for god's sake more jacki schechner love letters. i just thought i should read win that was not about your smoking hotness and about your brains. jenny rights steph, i want to suggest a new program with jacki schechner doing a review of the healthcare act. she would be perfect to get the world out there. >> apparently my check to jenny
cleared. good to know. [ applause ] >> well played. >> we're going to do that next week we're calling to call it ask the health geek or something like that. but it's a tribute to your brain this time and your greekiness. >> that's even more special. >> here she is. >> special. that's a good word for it. >>ment. yesterday it was any day now when it comes to mitt romney announcing his pick for vice president running mate. today the consentous seems to be not so fast. the tradition is a candidate announces the week before the convention. conventional political advice is announcing close to the convention is good because it
maximizes political and media impact, because more voters are paying at attention. arguments for romney bucking system say it will help get attention away from his tax returns. the romney campaign is a hitting a little bit of a bump today. first there was the obama campaigned a showing mitt romney singing "america the beautiful." >> oh, beautiful, for spacious guys, for amber waves of grain ♪ >> the romney team tried to fire with musical fire when it relieved the president singing a
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wine it is now card board-eaux. [ applause ] >> there you go. sexy liberal coming up. get tickets. go. and they have cute chick shirts like this. >> yeah, burn out shirts which you have to wear something underneath. >> uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> we are very excited, i have never had dave "mudcat" saunders, and we had the candidate in virginia, wayne powell call -- he heard us talking about him. he called in. he had madeline snow on talking about him last week, and it looks like it will be a close race against ereic cantor. good morning, dave. >> [ inaudible ]. >> i love your voice so much i would just sit in a hammock with
you for hours. >> i have admired you for a long time, and i have been mad at you because you have never had me on the show before. >> oh, we would love to have you on. >> we have a close mutual friend in chely wright. >> oh, she is awesome. you would think eric cantor would not be vulnerable but the polling is looking pretty good right? >> well, to beat anybody -- you can't beat anybody with nobody. we have a good candidate. when i first met him i thought, you know, what a great horse, and our politics are very simple, and wayne's politics follows mine and that makes it just wonderful but he is a basic, you know, expanded jacksonian democrat. he believes in social justice for all people including gays and women, and economic fairness for all people and that of
course includes the hard-working middle class, and we're going to shout that message and let people know who wayne powell is and at the same time we're going to hit eric cantor right in the month. [ laughter ] >> mudcat talks tough. that's what i like about him. wayne powell was a colonel in the military right? >> he is a retired military intelligence officer in the army. the great thing about him, i think is his blue collar upbringing. he understands what we face right now. he understands that everybody in america knows we have a coin-operated government and he wants to do something about it. he is a patriot from the word go. he was raised in a shadow on churchill and richmond which then was a very very blue
collar neighborhood in the shadow of st. john's church. and he's a true patriot. on the other hand, you know, cantor's people have been on us because we questioned their patriotism. of course we are going to question that. here is a guy who bet against the united states of america by shorting u.s. treasury bills. i mean, give me a bake. he has a d rating from the iraq and afghanistan veteran's administration. he voted against the new gi bill who lets these heroes at least have a shot at the american dream. and then the bank bailout. he was the first one to step up and say we have got to bail out his big banks, and then he gutted the most important portion of it, was they had to
lend the money back to individuals and small businesses, and he gutted that part. and now the big banks are even too bigger to fail. >> and he just been sort of the face of this obstructionism and arrogance. and they are going to do this again on the bush tax cuts aren't they? >> they send out an e-blast last week, and all they talked about is how he is the most anti-barack obama person in america. yes, we're in a red district it's plus-12 republicans in that direct, but it's virginia red. and what that means is that -- virginia red was proven when mark warner got 60% of the vote in this district in 2008 running as a democrat.
and that proves that virginia red will vote read white and blue before it votes red. >> yeah. >> this is about the country. we're starting a battle out here they hope will resinate all over america. we're getting great help from you, and the media is talking about it. ed schultz going after it last night against sheldon adelson. and the battle is here in virginia. >> as a woman, i think you have gotten some help from bob mcdonald there. he really has overreached with the -- when your nickname is transvaginal bob around the country, you know the war on women is real. >> of course it is real and i call him sodomy bob over something he said years ago. he had this bill in when he was in the legislature that said that before you get -- become a
judge in virginia you have to sign an oath that you had never committed sodomy, so some guy from new port news asked him if he had ever committed sodomy and he couldn't recall. [ laughter ] >> i had forgotten where my car keys were plenty of times, but there are some things in this life i'm just not going to forget. [ laughter ] >> oh, god i love you even more -- >> he has helped us. but who is really helping us is eric cantor. he doesn't show up in the seventh district. the other day madeline went up to cantor's booth and said where is he? she just said why isn't he here in and we have a video on it and we'll get y'all a copy on
it. but he is never here. the district believes -- he has a 37% approval rating in the district. to you have a 41% recollect and 43% replace. but at the same token, he has got all of the money in the world, and he will be rolling some big rocks down the hill on us. and we can't throw pebbles back up. and everybody needs to go to cancantor.com. and if you are tired of the government, hell, let's fight the guy. democrats -- it's wonderful to hear from so many democrats all over, you know, the country and especially californians -- i mean the people from california responded and a lot -- a great deal of that is because of you that don't want this coin-operated government that we have got. >> you and i both loved the
"politico" headline the democrats play hardball. it's about time. >> yeah. absolutely. >> what is your sense of the whole tax return and bain issue with romney? >> well, you know, the -- there's a subliminal message there to -- even the blue collar workers -- the deal is that mitt romney was in charge of a company who took advantage of other people's misfortune, and all of us out here, especially where i live and where i came for two days -- you know to see my daughter, but in the appalachian mountains of virginia. people have taken advantage of our misfortune. here is mitt romney who took advantage of somebody's misfortune. greed has taken over our
government like never ever before. and mitt romney and eric cantor are the poster child. >> yeah. where did mudcat come from? >> i tell everybody a different story every time i get asked that question. [ laughter ] >> but mainly it was from a baseball player -- and i got it playing little league baseball a guy camed jim mudcat grant who was a very celebrated pitcher, and i liked his pitching style and tried to emulate him. plus at the same time as a coach i used to get up and catch mudcats -- so it just all came together, and i got it -- and i used to cry when people called me that, because i didn't like it. but all of a sudden i said what the hell -- >> embrace it. >> i could talk to you all day
and pour you on my pancakes. my sister in her family give in virginia -- >> jerry farwell doesn't live down there anymore. >> no. mudcat what a pleasure. come back again real soon. >> any time. cancantor.com! >> absolutely. and we put a link to that up on stephanie miller's facebook page. >> eric cantor's bitch face just got bitchier. >> what is not great about him? >> i know, right? >> that is making me feel confident. >> hampton roads -- >> he did have a little hampton
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