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[♪ theme music ♪] what? don't look at me like i just got in here -- >> you just got in here. >> i'm fine. i was out in the other room me pairing. good morning, jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> jacki schechner is always well prepared and well-dressed, why can't i be more like jacki schechner? >> yeah, but i would like to wear my sweatshirt and baseball hat to work? >> yes, but you have integrity.
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>> what does that make you? >> a dope in a hat. we have willie nelson on the show today. >> how did you manage that? >> he is driving his environmentally friendly bus here. >> will he be bringing the gonja. >> shhhh. good morning jacki. >> good morning, everybody. president obama has five events in portland, oregon and seattle washington. he comes off of a speech to veteran of foreign affairs yesterday. he said mitt romney cannot take over foreign policies.
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he will then take off on a trip to israel and poland. it's mitt romney time to comment on his involvement in bain capital. that is leaving an impact on voters, or not. at least a third of voters say that all of the attacks they are seeing on mitt romney's time with bain is having a negative impact. and the majority of them -- or almost half say the respondents have a right to no a candidates financial history. if you take a look at the gallup poll that was released last night, 63% of those respondents
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said he would make a good candidate. we're back with more after the break. stay with us. ♪ let's talk about it. >> announcer: radio meets television. the "bill press show."
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that do be brothers. >> oh, god. >> i think i'm going to start being a radio buker. >> we're this close to '70s songs and -- >> we did songs for a whole summer. >> in producer land it's the stretch -- stretch all summer. >> and i think it was smack dab in the middle -- in between presidential elections, so that summer was nothing. >> yeah. >> the bad news is we have had tragedy this summer the good news is there are still republican idiots around to say stupid things about it. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> you mean like goemer. >> no, today is russell pierce, no relation to charlie. >> yeah, the arizona author -- >> russell pierce claimed the
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shooting victims lacked the courage to stop the murders. >> yeah, it was their fault for getting in the way of the bullets. [ sighs ] >> yeah, and not being manly man enough. he said where were the men of flight 93. really? is this what we have come to in america? >> that's not the america i want to live in. i'm sorry, russell. >> our good friend jason alexander jumped into the gun-control craze. ♪ let's hear it for the boy ♪ >> maybe he should air lift that guy into afghanistan. >> yeah, since he is so manly. do i have one of my men's songs -- ♪ i'm a lumber jack i sleep all night, and i work all day ♪ >> all right. this early in to the show the
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"stephanie miller show" apologizing is not suggesting that russell pierce will thrown out of the back of a -- >> well, with a parachute. >> oh, the "stephanie miller show" withdrawals the apology. we are all for that because he can prove his manliness. >> and a pocket knife. >> somebody at news buster were like, oh! dammit! see, the left is just as bad! >> did i tell you the little behind the scenes story i had with russell pierce? >> no. >> this little kid answers the phone, we would love to speak with russell pierce. hold on. [ screaming ] >> then you hear a toilet flush very, very loudly. >> did he scream like the f word
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for gay men! [ screaming ] >> the radio! >> that's a family with class. hey, look at this log! [ laughter ] >> get a load of this. [ laughter ] >> that was my encounter with russell pierce. [ farting sounds ] >> okay. you know what i'll call back. [ laughter ] >> wow. >> he is a manly man, he was log rolling. ♪ i'm a lumber jack ♪ >> he was just dropping the kids off at the lake. [♪ circus music ♪] >> that's it, we are officially having too much fun. >> poop humor coming -- >> not everyone has that story. >> yeah. i have been holding that one for -- gosh ten years now. >> you had to let that out. [ explosion ] >> i was backed up.
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>> it was backed up, i needed colon blow. [ laughter ] >> yep, i bet they are manly. >> yeah, big manly -- >> yes. no small ones. >> for russell pierce. >> you were so rugged. [ sighs ] [ laughter ] >> i don't even want to know. huh? corn? [ laughter ] >> when did i eat corn? [ laughter ] >> all right. >> anyway. so that happened. >> you have had that happenen when it feels like you have eaten glass? [ screaming ] >> it's just sharp -- >> when did i eat glass -- >> i bet he eats lightning and crapping thunder. >> he eats nails. >> oh, my god! [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> and then his correction was
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even worse. >> oh yeah. >> though the alleged gunman at the theater was armed to the teeth able to fire off 60 rounds in the first minute -- >> throwing tier gas canisters -- >> thank you. and a cup just in case. because he had a lot of manliness to protect -- >> absolutely. >> he had more body armor than our troops have. >> he thinks one of the guys should have been able to take him down. why wasn't anyone packing? and they are a bunch of wuss. he criticized the people in the theater for a lack of courage and not being armed. he said all that was needed was one courage/brave man.
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here was the original -- would you like to -- i -- i guess i need fun facts. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> okay. >> had someone been prepared and armed, they could have stopped this bad man for most of this tragedy. >> most. >> yeah. he was two and three feet away from folks. i understand he had to stop and reload. where were the men of flight 93. someone could have stopped this man. lives were losted not because he had a bad weapon but because known was repaired to stop him. >> yeah, and the terrorist on flight 93 had a box cutter. this guy had a semiautomatic weapon. >> and by the way there were a lot of heros in there. >> yeah. >> people that held their fingers in someone's wound rather than running away. >> but they didn't kill anybody
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so they weren't very madly. >> they don't crap as big as i do. >> yeah, let's not bring it back to this. >> i would have just crapped on him. that would have stopped him. [ laughter ] >> and i'm here his cable isn't manly enough to carry current. [♪ circus music ♪] >> hey! [ laughter ] >> had they been prepared lives could have been saved all that was needed was one courage -- >> one courage? >> yeah. he was exposed last week about rating race it hate mails in his state. when pierce was called out, he walked back his earlier statement saying that he meant gun control laws were entirely to blame and not the victims
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themselves. so it's not the wuss in the theater. >> right. it was that it didn't allow the shooter to have more guns -- >> yeah, there were toddlering in there that were not packing clearly. >> wow. >> here is his whiny -- not even a retraction -- [ baby crying ] >> didn't take long for the arizona republicans to try to mischaracterize my comment as some sort of attack on the victims. all i did was lament that so many people should be left disarmed and vulnerable. a lot of them could have had guns -- >> right. >> they don't take ak-47s to the movie. >> let's go to the movie and i'll get my glock. >> that's not the kind of america i want to live in. >> yeah.
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>> let the rocket launcher strapped on the toddlers and let's go. anti-gun rules create a sense of safety by posting a sign that says no guns. when the only real effect is the madmen have guns but those trained to handle a firearm couldn't stop him -- >> he had full-body armor. >> in arizona -- yes -- he has done special things in arizona, that's for sure. >> uh-huh. >> in arizona we pass laws to free our people to they can protect themselves and their loved ones. that's russell pierce's america. where everyone brown goes to jail, and everyone is packing all the time. [ applause ] >> can i just say speaking of what he was doing when you called, that's what he would have been doing in the theater --
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[ farting sounds ] >> yeah. >> he has a doughy pant load. >> did you see him? yeah, right. okay, rambo thanks. he would have done such a do do in his pants and when he ran out of the theater his feet would have hit his butt just like a girl. >> that's how i ran when i was a kid. >> that's my point. >> i know. [ applause ] >> now you bringing up painful childhood memories. >> and they have a picture of jan brewer when she was about 12. >> she was an evening clutch. >> sure. >> kids we will want to freeze that segment in carbonite
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ fight the power ♪ >> why bother doing show prep when the only important thing is to move though monitor so people can see my [ inaudible ] setter. >> that wasn't an issue when we were just radio. >> people don't object to vying jacki that way. >> yes they do. >> and i'm barely a journalist. 23 minutes after the hour 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. let's go to charles in south
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carolina. >> good morning, how are you doing? >> good. go ahead. >> i was just wondering, i have hear, you know the republicans and -- running the campaign go after obama for not doing a lot in three and a half years, yet i have heard his campaign saying it would take eight years to fix the problem of the economy. and i was thinking out is there any way you can bring up that point on our radio. >> we -- i think we do every day. but i could be wrong. you can't miss another minute. sue in rockville, maryland. good morning. >> good morning. i have two important things to tell you. first of all calling russell pierce half-wits is a slack to
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hall-wits. >> wa wa. >> and rest in peace sally ride. she was one of the first quietly gay -- >> i did not know that. >> so take the chick fill a guys and get the hell out of town. >> that's right. >> you opened with russell pierce taking a giant --
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>> yeah, but he -- >> all right. let's -- okay. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> jim a lot of people are having a really bad week. but it could be worse, you could have a 160-pound scrotum. >> you don't even weigh that. >> i weigh way less than that. >> you are half of scrotum. >> oh honey. wesley has 160 pound, six feet in circumference -- >> wait, there are so many
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questions. >> i know and no answers. ♪ let's here it for the boys ♪ >> he needs to drain that swamp. >> yeah. >> what was the pop-on in the 70s -- >> poe go sticks -- >> no, the big ball -- >> it is a combination poe go stick and sit and spin -- >> no, he is talking about the exercise ball -- >> no, it is a big ball. he likens it to a very very juicy thanksgiving turkey. he waddles every holing his bits in place -- >> well the other third portion of that is obscured -- >> his home health-care worker
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passion, that's her real name describes the -- well, what do you call them -- the berries have grown over the penis -- [ screaming ] >> yeah. like a ball avalanche -- >> but the berries are usually below -- so it would have to grow up and then down again. >> the mind bogles. now you got to see this right? >> okay. maybe i don't. >> i have got to see it. he suffers from skroetall limb foe deem ma. he needs surgery. and there is a title that reads dr. goldensteen has offered to find a surgical team but wesley remains hesitant. >> does he not have the funds?
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>> yeah. i don't know how much can it cost to get a ball reduced -- >> well, and he could be call callcifed -- >> perhaps i would help you with that hump. >> what hump? >> this is analogy i can finally make. this is like the blob. this will be pouring out of a movie theater soon. >> we have heard a lot in this first half hour, haven't he? >> i think i'm going home now. i can't top this. >> you would miss willie nelson -- >> jacki schechner is a health care expert. would that cover --
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>> this is the bill press show. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> wow, i would experiment with that girl. >> too small. >> that's me for two weeks in college. [ laughter ] >> how do you let it get to 160 pounds -- >> the ball sack? >> yeah. >> i should not have talked about a 360 pound scrotum in the show this early, because i sense it will just hang over the show for the rest of the morning. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> in my thought bubble.
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>> do not bring up the ball sack with willie nelson. we don't get big names that often, and willie nelson and his beautiful wife annie are coming on the show today. and we are auctioning off their tickets, because they can't make it, so go to -- >> yeah, and there is a banner ad on the right side and it said bid on the tickets. >> yeah, and the money goes to his bioliberal -- he has been a sexy liberal before i was a twinkle in my dad's 160 pound -- [ buzzer ] >> never mind. let's go to cindy in georgia. hi, cindy, welcome. >> hi. >> hi. >> how are you? >> good. >> your show has saved my
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sanity. >> oh, dear. >> seriously. my husband and i relocated from urban southern california. we're progressive liberal democrats to semi rural georgia. >> oh, dear. >> i cannot go to the doctor anything with faky fox news on as loud as possible and a couple of weeks ago my husband and i discovered your show, and it is now practically a morning routine for us. so you can add sanity to list of accomplishments. believe me it is warranted. >> all right. go ahead. you had thoughts on the colorado are tragedy. >> yeah, the main thing is i have been hearing a lot -- this is always going to generate the
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gun-control, nra, knee-jerk reflex type of thing, but i'm starting to see a lot on internet and cable about why the heck can't we control the freaking ammunition. >> yeah. that's what people don't realize. it's the magazines that were banned under the assault -- this guy got off 60 -- in a minute. >> right. >> before the gun jammed. >> and the other thing is i'm not anti-gun. it has a place. it wasn't in my apartment in san diego. however, a pellet gun out here to keep the squirrels out of our garden is appropriate. big deal. but even in a hunting culture, you are going to shoot a deer with 500 rounds and then eat it. >> exactly. >> what are you protecting your garden from? >> we have squirrels,
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moles -- oh, my god you are bill murray in caddy shack. >> we have one groundhog and a fox. >> you are going to get that in georgia. >> so far the deer have only eaten the tomatoes and one cyan pepper. >> why can't we all be armed with cyan peppers instead of guns. >> right. >> that was a russell piercian night in the forest. [ farting sounds ] >> what the hell? my ass is on fire! >> at least i don't have a 160 pound scrotum. he is going to bring it back every -- >> see what you started? >> we're having a ball today. dan in virginia. hi, dan. >> hello. if you built the business alone, then you don't need government tax favoritism.
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pay your freaking taxes. that's my thing. to me, instead of trying to explain it, you should come back -- >> i'm missing your point sometime. >> when romney -- i'm taking what romney -- this little stunt about you didn't build it and coming back with -- instead of trying to explain it and apologize for what you actually meant, you come back with you take it on to the tax issue, if you built the business alone, then you don't need tax favoritism. >> i see what you are saying. [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> i have a quote from the winter of 2002. >> the winter of discontent. who said you olympians however know you didn't get here solely on your own power, most of you all olympians stand own the shoulders of those who lifted
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them. we have already cheered the olympians let's cheer the coaches, parents and communities. who said that? >> willard -- >> no mitt romney. >> i would have bet it was a 160-pound scrotum that said that. >> well, that was closer than his guess. they have been pushing this quote over and over again, and everybody knows obama was talking about roads and things that help you with your business. and he keeps saying over and over again if you built a business you didn't build that. mitt romney said during the opening ceremonies of the winter olympics. romney agreed with obama as recently as last week saying i know you recognize a lot of people help you in business the bank, no question your mom and dad, the fire, the police a lot
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of people help. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> and so a drunken blogger -- >> yeah. >> he said the exact same thing last week. >> yeah. >> god! 160 pounds. okay. [ laughter ] >> he is six feet in circumference. >> ken in new york you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, ken. >> hey, stephanie, guys. the official craft brewer up here in the adirondacks. >> ummm, beer. >> we'll send you some. one come on mitt romney. the guy that romney picked to showcase in his ad. >> yes. >> received over a million dollars in regional development authority and government grants. >> oh, heavens. >> yeah, how about that. but rusel pierce -- russell pierce was from kansas -- >> now we know what the matter
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is with kansas. >> yeah. exactly. and dodge city is in kansas and wyatt erp cleaned up that city by taking away all of the freaking guns. >> yes. there is a fun fact. >> if wyatt erp was in aurora, there shouldn't be an a shooting. >> well said. kathy in minnesota. hi kath. >> i just read on the bi-line here in denver that since the murders, gun sales have risen sharply in colorado. >> oh, yeah. >> it's hard to take. love the show. >> thank you. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> the original goemer? >> yes. >> you will never guess what he said about his colorado shooting
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remarks. >> what? >> it was taken -- >> -- out of context! [ applause ] >> he apologized if he offended anybody. for you oversensitive idiots he suggested the shootings were the result of ongoing attack on the judao christian -- [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> his comments were taken grossry out of context. he was also kind of in the -- traveling on piercian territory. it was so easy to be unarmed. michael bloomberg called the congressman nonsensical. [ laughter ] >> buddy in columbus. hi, buddy. >> hey, steph.
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chris, jim jacki. >> jacki. [ laughter ] >> and always i would like to give a shoutout to the stephanie campaign manager for the barack obama stephanie cutter. >> oh, yes, future wife stephanie cutter. all right. go ahead. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> i have something serious and something stupid. after 9/11 we changed our constitution, we changed the way we flew -- >> we changed our right to privacy. >> we did all of this and we get one more incident of gun violence, and people go nope. we can't do a thing. we have more people die every year because of gun violence than died in 9/11. >> somebody mentioned that
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yesterday. and you sanit the michael moore movie, but pick any country, canada, and they look at us like is it at least not time for a discussion. is it a combination of mental illness, guns -- >> yeah, we trashed the bill of rights after 9/11 and now we can't touch the second amendment. >> and i'm willing to bet you that guy was schizo friendic. >> yeah, fine line between brilliance and insanity sometimes. alexander lashed out at gun -- he argues the second amemberment lays out the right to bare arms not for private citizens riding patriotism.
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>> yeah well we already have the well-regulated militia, it is called the national guard. >> yeah, diane fine just made this point. is there a reason normal citizens should be armed like the military. >> george washington didn't want a standing army. >> and i wrote a poem for jacki schechner. >> all right. >> it's called getting clean with jacki. >> would you like to do that for us now. >> yes please. >> could we have love music. [♪ romantic music ♪] >> it would be fun to take a jacki schechner because that way you could get up close and inspector, but no matter what she would have to respect her
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even though i might pop a little [ whistle ] >> wow, thanks for calling. and once again, the "stephanie miller show" apologizes to jacki schechner. >> i hit the wrong button. you do that all the time? >> i do not. [ farting sounds ] >> we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: for a good time, call now, 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪ globe. >>dc columnist and four time emmy winner bill press opens current's morning news block. >>we'll do our best to carry the flag from 6 to 9 every morning. >>liberal and proud of it.
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jeb bush says republican party a disgrace today and jeb bush is absolutely right! let's talk about it. >> announcer: radio meets television. the "bill press show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] ♪ ♪ well, i talked about it talked about it talked about it ♪
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♪ talk about, talk about, talk about -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ won't you take me too funky town ♪ >> it will cost you. >> yes. pardon me, was just completing my list of apologies, jacki. >> she sweeted that she needs to shower. >> don't that. >> now tommy -- now that's in his thought bubble. >> and spank tank -- >> no, don't say that. [ buzzer ] >> oh, my god! [ laughter ] >> add something add something to the jacki apology list. all right. 1-800-steph-1-2. let's just pretend this hour didn't happen like a 167-pound ball sack, which is useless and just -- >> in the way. >> yeah. of real journalism. >> i'm not senning this to the
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museum of broadcasting. >> like the hippity hop. >> yeah. oh, my god we near '70s toys now. what was your favorite dangerous '70s toy. >> is it raining where you are? >> they did have really dangerous toys in the '70s -- maybe that caused his 160-pound scrotum later in life. i put a dart in my own head, but that was because i was spazzy. slip and slide remember that one? dane cook calls it slip and bleed from the anus. >> and shrinky dinks.
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shrinky and third degree burns. >> okay. >> yeah you have rocks under your slip and slide. >> yeah. that's always fun. clark in california welcome. >> good morning, stephanie. how are you? >> good. >> good. good. i watch you guys pretty avidly in the morning, and this morning i was rather annoyed at some of the comments you guys made about the aurora shooting. you stated that maybe, you know, nobody should have done anything and the guy had four guns -- >> i didn't say nobody should have -- we were saying that russell pierce -- don't you think it is outrageous to essentially imply that the audience was cowardly -- >> not so much cowardly -- >> that's what he said. >> i think there were people that have honor in their
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lives -- >> right, and there were heros in there. >> people that through themselves over their girlfriends -- >> yes, i understand. if it took one individual to redirect the fire -- >> who are you or russell pierce to judge what you would have done in a darkened theater with a heavily armed guy in body armor -- >> he didn't have body armor -- >> so you are also blaming the people for not being armed? >> not at all, i'm just saying that there are certain things that people should do -- and i'm not saying that -- >> carry ak-47s to the theater. >> no, i don't even know how he got in with a gun that large. >> he came in through the back door. >> oh, wow. >> yeah. >> and that's pretty much what you are saying these people should have done to protect
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themselves -- a handgun is not going to protect you -- >> -- got up and tried to tackle him or something -- i wasn't there -- >> well, you likely would have gotten shot -- >> that's okay. as long as he redirects it towards me and you know -- >> so you are braver than any of the other guys in the theater -- >> no, i'm just saying life is not as important as the individuals that have the life. you know what i mean? i have seen a lady at a protest run over three people so she can get to work. well, that choice made it so she was arrested. people panic and i was just -- i was just really really -- >> so people are wrong to panic when there is a heavily-armed man firing them in a darkened theater. >> no, if you are firing off
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that many rounds with that kind of gun, i'm sure the theater was pretty light. >> clark, i'm not -- okay. i'm -- i'm missing your point then. >> i'm just saying that -- you know, people should have done something -- >> okay. >> one or two people if he is in there for a minute and he is firing round after round after round -- >> yes that's because he has an automatic weapon. they fire 60 rounds a minute -- >> and tear gas. >> somebody should have or could have done something. >> but who are you to judge that? what are you saying? >> i'm a person just like any other citizen -- >> but you are saying if you were in there, you would have -- >> you are better than anybody else in that theater -- >> i'm not saying that. i would do whatever i could to stop an individual like that. >> okay. well, there was chaos in the
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theater -- people were doing what they could to save and help the people that were -- >> yeah. >> all right. >> okay. >> can i just conversationally that was a 160-pound scrotum sack. [♪ circus music ♪] >> what you should just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things i have heard. at no point were you even close to anything that would be considered intelligence. >> i would have used my super power -- >> i would have climbed to the ceiling and shot webs at him -- >> the "stephanie miller show" apologizes for those seconds of your life -- >> and i believe he giggled in the middle -- >> he did. >> 58 minutes after the hour.
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right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ [♪ theme music ♪] oh. all right. chris. cue the apology music. i need to write this on a scroll. it's getting longer and longer jacki? >> yes. the "stephanie miller show" wishes to apologize for the guy with the poem that wants to take a shower with you. >> yeah, i feel a little icky. >> yeah. >> we apologize for thinking about it. >> we apologize for everything that just happened in the last hour. however, given your health care
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expertise, would the 160 pound ball sack be covered under obamacare. >> was it is a preexisting condition? >> it was. >> oh, so it could be covered. >> bet you never thought about that question did, you health care queen. all right. here she is. >> things i never thought i would talk about. good morning, everyone as the romney campaign and the rnc continue to go after the president on the you didn't build that remark. the president has fought back with the we didn't say that campaign. here is stephanie cutter in a new web video, debunking the
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distortions. romney claims the president told entrepreneurs they didn't build their own businesses. he didn't say that. >> she goes on to say every time romney and his supporters twist the president's words, we need to call them out. this notes a notable strategic difference between the romney and obama campaign. unfortunately one way the two candidates are remarkably similar is their refusal to talk about gun control in the wake of the aurora, colorado shooting. both campaigns see the issue as a political loser. the "new york times" reports that support for gun control is at an all-time low according to a poll released last october. cnn point togher surveys saying that more people believe many
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return starts now. >> tick tock! [ applause ] >> and there are all sorts of really cool bars and restaurants in that area. >> yes, we will be parting before and after. there's a good chance you will get some sexy liberal strange. >> just go right next door to the frolic room. >> is that part of the "stephanie miller show"? >> it is not. it's an historic bar. >> all right then. so we were saying -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> speaking of jason alexander. it's amazing how people go insane when you say anything about, hey, how about gun control? [ screaming ] >> commies!
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>> he has released a long tweet using twit longer. >> yes. >> obviously a lot of people backed his argument and then some just called him dumber than george castanza. >> he said it is a military weapon. why should it be in non-military hands? >> yeah, the only function that gun has is to kill people. >> yeah jason alexander warned of absolutist. who swear allegiance to unelected officials -- grover -- to obstruct every act of -- he goes on to equate these absolutist as
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terrorists, as they believe, quote, they hold the only truth. he finishes by saying there is no excuse for the lack of regulation surrounding assault rifles, and while stricter laws will not prevent every tragedy, we have certainly not ours any favors -- >> don't call me a terrorist, i'll kill you! >> how about this guy in court yesterday! [ screaming ] >> wow. yeah. we were watching it -- is he on something or off something? >> yeah. he was dazed -- his head was bobbing, his eyes were opening and closing -- >> nobody in the court system could say whether he was medicated or not, but by looking at him you could kind of tell he was out of it. >> yeah, something going on
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there. >> his family -- their attorney said yes they do stand by him he was their son -- he mom tried to correct the statement when she said you got the right person, but she said she was referring to herself. and when they were told there was no audio recording she corrected the statement. the president yesterday talking about the tragedy -- >> i hope over the next several days, next several weeks and months, we all reflect on how we can do something some of the senseless violence that ends up marring this country. >> so senator lautenberg of jersey is reintroducing the assault weapons ban -- >> it's not happening, yeah. >> senator finestein yesterday.
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>> it's the big clips, 100 rounds. you cannot get to him to dislodge the gun because he can fire so rapidly and so many bullets. >> thank you. >> i would use my spiedy senses and come to action grip and i -- and -- >> seriously how many arm-chair geeks are there like the guy that just called and russell pierce. >> uh-huh. >> i would have stopped the rotation of the earth. it's like she said it best. that's part of the problem. that's why you can't disarm them. this is a military weapon. >> yep. >> senator frank lautenberg will advance legislation to ban the sale of magazines that allow more than 10 rounds of ammunition. it is likely not to go anywhere.
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like the arizona shooter that hit gabby. you can't say there's no correlation at all. senator diane feinstein argued weapons of war don't belong eon the street. >> we have to come to grips with what is sold with the average person in america. these are weapons that you are only going to be using to kill people in close combat. >> she said this is a powerful weapon. this is a man who planned, went in and who was purpose was to kill as many people as she could. senator ron johnson of wisconsin. everybody gets so, like
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complete would infringe on americans -- what jim constitutional rights! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> constitutional rights that have a 100-round clip. >> you can't keep these weapons out of the hands of sick individuals, and when you try to do it, you restrict your freedom. so what, we shouldn't even try? >> yeah. wow. >> yeah, you couldn't stop hitler from invading poland. >> that's right. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> hitler had a 160 pound scrotum. >> and the right-wing will make the argument that [ inaudible ] should be armed with handguns -- >> right. sure. >> there weren't enough guns exactly. >> try using that against a tank. >> steve in missouri. welcome, steve. >> hi good morning. my previous employment i worked around the areas i would patrol,
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and they did extensive training and guard-room scenarios with lights flashing, and the light bars going on in the back. just so they can go into a situation like that and take control. where a person like me if i got my conceal and carry, i have no experience in that. >> right. >> and i have no gun control at that point i'm just pointing and clicking. and if you have ever been in a room where gunfire is going off, the muzzle blast impacts your body and head in such a different way, and the acustics it just rings and rings, and i guess my point is the average person can't control their weapon in that scenario. >> steve, you make a good practical point. there is a guy that just called last hour, the russell pierces
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of the world, it's because they have these high-capacity things it diminishes logically anybody's ability to disarm a guy like that. are you kidding me? you are going to disarm a guy firing 60-rounds a minute? they are defeating their own argument, aren't they? >> right. and the other thing, this guy has a mental illness, and he is going to have no problem pulling the trigger. i would have a problem pulling the trigger. >> and if you are a responsible gun owner and theater, in a dark theater, you are going to be afraid that you are going to hit someone that you shouldn't. >> absolutely right. >> people are running, screaming, confusion, smoke -- >> tear gas. >> exactly. all right. 17 minutes after the hour. much more as we roll along on
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ since the day i been born ♪ >> tommy was saying to jacki -- not in so many words. >> yeah. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. let's go to andy in wisconsin. welcome. >> hey first of all when that guy said the solution was to stand up and eat bullets.
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when [ inaudible ] called in i thought you still had him on the line. but this whole theory of more people packing heat, i'm just wondering if i jump up and pull out a gun, why do all of the other people know i'm a mass murderer or their savior. >> yeah, when the police arrive -- >> yeah, which one to you shoot? >> and there's always the white cowboy hat, black cowboy hat thing -- >> oh cleverly chosen another cowboy hat just to throw things off -- >> and the chief i trust him more than i trust that moron -- >> and carolyn mccarthy made the same point when her husband was killed, she said if you talk to police it would have been worse if more people had been armed on that train.
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let's go to philip in san diego. >> good morning. looks like i'm going to be going up to l.a. on the 28th. >> hooray! see you there. >> see you there. okay. go ahead. >> and i love the fact that some of the money will be donated to the trevor project. the guy last hour, i'm really sick of these people being brave. tear gas goes off, the first reaction is to go down on the floor and crawl and stuff, and all of the speculation about the shooter, he is this he is that. there is only one thing that is certain to me. he definitely was not gay, because a gay self respecting person would not dye their hair that way. >> good point, phil. but the other point is i think -- goes to senator feinstein's point. he conducted a military operation with military equipment, the tear gas and all of that was meant to obviously
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confuse and make people unable to see -- >> you can't see obviously. >> obviously. and, you know, they are right. what do you need an assault rifle for, but what blows my mind after all of these tragedies, that we have had, we have had a number of them over the years, columbine, virginia tech, the shooting of gabby gifford, i don't understand why there is not a database that tracks these people who buy this sort of ammunition. they track pedophile types and keep an eye on them to see if they are a danger to children. so why don't we have a tracking system in place to say this is a red flag. this guy is buying 6,000 rounds of ammunition perhaps we should look at it and nip it in the bud.
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plus an assault weapon ban, i don't remember what the report i saw this week, but there was a report 60% of killings in in assault -- when the ban was in place, went down 60%. >> yeah. there isn't some system in place where you can buy 6,000 rounds of ammunition -- >> and not draw attention to yourself. >> exactly. >> i saw a story where a reporter was buying massive amounts of ammunition. and not a single check. >> yeah. shawn you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, shawn. >> hi, stephanie. i just have a quick point before i get to my main point. was anybody aware of his employment status? >> he was in school -- actually he just dropped out. >> i actually heard he was
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unemployed and collecting unemployment. >> i hadn't heard that anywhere else. >> so if he just dropped out of school, he obviously wasn't employed -- >> that's the problem is unemployment insurance, right? >> yeah. yeah. >> is your point no one should get unemployment -- >> no absolutely not. >> then why did you bring it up -- >> i think the point is someone else may have been footing the bill -- >> that's what i'm trying to get people to think about -- where is this money coming from? >> but you are assuming he is on unemployment insurance -- we don't know that -- >> go to your next point. >> as soon as you go and put regulations on anything -- i can come up with a few examplings
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the prohibition of alcohol, the prohibition of marijuana all types of pharmaceutical drugs -- >> okay. in moderation those things are not designed to kill you. guns are designed to kill you. >> can i finish please. >> sure. >> as soon as you make the -- the point to regulate any of these things, you can't just make them go away. they don't just go away -- >> nobody is saying guns should go away. >> so if you put a restriction on assault weapons the assault weapons wouldn't go away -- >> we shouldn't make it harder to try to get 100-round magazines? >> i think if there were 80 people in that movie theater who had weapons, the first person sitting next to him would have taken him down. >> i see. so you agree with russell pierce -- >> yeah i'm not quite --
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[ overlapping speakers ] >> no, that's not at all what i'm saying. >> kind of -- >> kind of, and i'm saying everybody has a civil responsibility to bear arms a civil responsibility to flex their muscles -- >> everyone should be forced to carry a gun -- >> do you really want to live in a country where everyone is carrying an ak-47 on the street. >> i think it would be a lot different world -- >> that country would absolutely suck shawn! [ applause ] >> that would be afghanistan. >> yes, i don't want to live in afghanistan, shawn! >> it reminds me of the chris rock show. bullets should be $5,000 apiece. >> yes. >> 29 minutes after the hour right back -- >> with charlie pierce. >> yes! on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>> on "the stephanie miller show" in suburban america this ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> honey, i have been called way worse. shank, tramp, white devil. i liked that one so much i put it on my license plate. [ laughter ] >> i am working my way through the meanest hate letter i am ever gotten. >> oh, really? >> i guess current -- pass this on to the nag and her two empty testicles. that's referring to you two, i guess. or mine. >> i thought we were you 160-pound testicles. >> wow. >> he's a helper.
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>> i bet the thinks everyone should be armed. >> i think so. i guess this brings out people's emotions, this whole gun debate. >> all right. >> there is only one man that understands, ♪ pierce ♪ >> charlie pierce political columnist for ♪ >> how is your 160-pound scrotum doing? >> fine. how is yours? [ laughter ] >> were we talking to you? >> interesting way to get into the interview? >> well, yeah. did you hear our first hour when we were talking about the guy with a 160-pound scrotum. >> wow. that's a grand ball. [♪ circus music ♪] >> and that thread has permeated the entire show. >> i have a feeling that is
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going to stick. >> it's our favorite headline, it would be worse, you could have a 160-pound scrotum. >> how do you get out of a car. >> it's the little things you don't think about -- >> how do you find the stick stiff. [♪ circus music ♪] >> chris lavoie stat in on a really bad news day last week, and did a really good job. >> thank you. >> and jacki schechner >> and john fugelsang. >> and chris lavoie pulled the hooters music out -- >> really? >> oh, yes the hooters. >> as i said i enjoyed the show much more without me in it. it was delightful. i was watching at home while monitoring max. >> how is max? >> he is much better. my listeners keep sending
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terrifying letters, about my dog -- [ screaming ] . >> -- you are probably killing him! >> yeah. i happen to be a universal done for to if max needs more blood let me know. i see max and i sitting on the same table with our paws out. >> playing poker. >> the longer we can avoid talking about politics this week -- >> mister, i'm like the girl trying to have a talk with you, and you are just putting it off. >> i'm a lot better at it than i used to be. >> i love your piece things in "politico" that make you want to guzzle anti-freeze. bachmann is the only one telling the truth about this thing. >> oh, wow. >> my -- what really makes me
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want to guzzle anti-freeze is they found a democrat who is proud that he disagrees with the president on a number of issues. >> he believe he vacations on martha's vineyard to observe rmanom. >> yes. apparently many muslims some to martha's vineyard every summer for religious reason. >> he was present during a private briefing in her office. and bachmann simply privy to information that you and i don't have. it was sobering some of the information this individual was sharing. and you say you don't know who this individual is but i suspect he is wearing frank gaffney's underwear. >> do you think there are people
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in the national security apparatus who speak only to michele bachmann. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> enough republicans have gone on record against her. including ed rollins -- >> that's right. that's her former campaign manager. >> now we agree she is [ censor bleep ] -- >> yeah and i wrote this last week. i borrowed the line from chris rock, what do you want a cookie? >> yeah. >> plus four male congressmen signed that letter including loui gomer, the dumbest human ever. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> i particularly enjoyed -- as i said to you before, you do a better round up on the sunday shows than anybody, but meet the press was making me insane this weekend, but go ahead. >> the funny shows were all
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about aurora and there was nothing funny about it except watching them tap dance around trying to discuss gun violence without discussing guns. >> right. and your man chuck todd -- >> the swiss voting? >> yeah, saying they are swift voting romney. >> yep. >> that's -- that's one of the reasons why i think chuck todd should be happy that john kerry is a very nice judicious fellow and didn't save any weaponry from vietnam. that is absurd. that is making sure your are going to get your phone called returned. >> yeah. as jim said yesterday, there's a difference between a bunch of lies, and you can agree or disagree on the way bain did business, but it's not lies.
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it's what he guy did for a living. >> you are absolutely right. and it is remotely not the same thing. there was a piece by tom edsell in the "new york times" where he compared the voter suppression efforts to obama campaign's commercials on bain capital they were both examples of voter suppression. >> charlie i have got to say we have been having a discussion all day about gun control, and i thought you made such great points in here, that how did this happen that the debate has been shut down. you can't stop these people. and as i you say, if satan showed up at a gun show in colorado he could buy any weapon
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he wanted to. >> yeah, i wish i was optimistic that anything would change, but i don't think it is. i think we're already halfway down the track that we go down every time these things happen. and poor carolyn mccarthy gets to be on tv 24 hours a day, and then we bury the dead and we don't talk about it anymore. >> yeah, like you say -- i was saying my favorite moment is when -- and i think you point this out too, david gregory says it's really a bipartisan thing. and the look on her face is like, yeah uh-huh. >> okay. and you're -- and you have been hosting the show for how long and watching him for how long? no. why people don't realize what a great story -- why people in my business don't realize what a great story there is beyond me.
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you have one political party that is out of its mind. >> the important thing always is defining what a conservative view of life is. tough break, america, the world is a broken place, so we have to expect from time to time that a lunatic will shoot up a theater. >> that's what the entire conservative movement has become. this closed system with its own media, science, and facts, and now it's own beauty pageant, because apparently beauty pageants have a liberal bias. it's a terrarium now. it's ronnie mcdowell in that twilight zone where he opens his front curtains and realizes he is in a zoo. >> you say it is going to bitter
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because gun lobbying has managed to buy half of the government and scare the [ censor bleep ] out of the other half. >> yeah, and i'm not sure what the solution is. if you go to the nra website, you will read stuff that is not attached to reality. and when this organization is that attached to our government is frightening. if one of these things every couple of years isn't the solution, i don't know what is. >> and charlie as usual -- >> we're locking up you know, muslim misfits so say the wrong thing to uncover fbi agents who have less chance of doing any damage than i do. and yet this guy can go on the internet and order 6,000 rounds of ammunition and the people who are supposed to put up the
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red flags are deliberately stuck. >> yeah. if we all go to our normal positions on this we're never going to make any progress. and you said we also have a situation where we have a lot of 20 year olds who are not living in -- who are living in this under institutionalized world, lonely, and a hunger for fame. >> unfortunately i didn't say that -- >> well you quoted, and said we look out for all of the people who are drifting between the cracks -- >> i didn't say that either. >> but i like that you point out that that is part of the conversation too. >> yes, this has always been the refuge of people who don't want to talk about guns.
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let's raise taxes and do something about mental. sorry, can't do that. we'll deinstitutionalize things again, because that worked out so well. it's not like our entire political process isn't hamstrung on all of these issues. >> it just gals me that we gutted the bill of rights after 9/11, but every time this kind of thing happens is we can't even discuss the second amendment. >> yeah. >> we talk all the time about -- we have this ongoing national debate, and it is a pretty good one about what limitationings we want to put on the first amendment. can you arrest a guy for going to a gee hady website? we don't argument about the fact that there are no limitations on
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the second limitation. >> yeah. >> and the caller that called before i came on i don't want to live in sa mollia. >> all right. we'll talk to you next week. >> can we talk more about 160-pound scrotums. >> absolutely. >> announcer: welcome to the party barn. may we take your order? it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >>beltway politics from inside the loop. >>we tackle the big issues here in our nation's capital, around the country and around the globe. >>dc columnist and four time emmy winner bill press opens current's morning news block. >>we'll do our best to carry the flag from 6 to 9 every morning. >>liberal and proud of it.
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♪ give me that sweat that funk that stuff ♪ ♪ give me that sweat, that funk that sweet, that funky stuff ♪ ♪ say what ♪ >> you ho! 51 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. see heavily redacted my latest hate letter. is awesome. from bob. >> okay. >> oh, he wrote me at current. this is nice. i'm not going to read most of it -- >> no, this is interesting. >> no, pass this on to the nag and her two empty testicles -- >> did he call me the f word? >> lots of times. >> i'm sure he did. >> stephanie all you do during your show is look into the mirror and the monitors. bob, first of all i don't have a
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monitor or a mirror -- [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> you look the ugly self victimized -- spelled wrong -- >> piece of [ censor bleep ] that you are. >> i'm guessing that bob is a gun nerd. >> get back to looking at yourself in the monitor. >> don't have a monitor. would i show up looking like this if i cared about how i look. >> we don't even get current tv in this room. [ laughter ] >> chefny oh the c word hag. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> that's me. >> it's like c-hag only different. wow. no matter how much you look at yourself, it won't change how you look you look as womanly and attractive -- and then there's some things about you two that i can't read -- >> i would like to know.
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>> i'll give it to you after. >> when you eat you look like a peasant. >> there a slam. >> a sloppy drooling peasant. [ laughter ] >> you eat like a cow. okay. you are anything but feminine. way to go current, an entire network of self-frtious. >> what does that mean? >> like you are frightening and fritious -- >> victimized -- also spelled wrong. >> complainers and whiner it will go over good -- >> go over well. >> can't spell or conjigate.
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>> wow. [ applause ] >> what an elitist that guy is. >> [ inaudible ] of the world, untie. >> that would be dyslexics. >> all right. bob. thank you, bob. me over here a c-word hag, sloppy drooling peasant. >> i can't wait to see what he said about us. >> no, you don't want to -- hum. let's go to railroad -- >> two fat homos? [ buzzer ] >> hello? >> hello, rd. >> how are you doing? >> good. go ahead. i come from lubbock, texas, and it's about as red as it can get here. and my husband is a lifetime member of the nra, which is his
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right, but right after this tragic shooting the next morning, 5:00 the phone rings, it's the nra calling us trying to get money out of us. and they are telling us not to politicize us. >> they call all the time. they send letters all the time. they want money all the time. they are a scam organization. >> and furthermore what do they need money for? they have just about every lawmaker in pocket? >> maybe to buy ammo -- >> listen, they are scams. they are a part -- i think they are a big, big, big part of the republican party. >> yep. >> and they are just -- they are ridiculous. they are shameless and -- you know -- i don't know what else to say about them, but they
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disgust me. >> thank you, rd. good point. now we're -- >> did you see what we should change the name of the show to -- >> no! >> the -- >> no! don't. don't. okay. i am not going to give it more credence. i can't share anything with you. [ laughter ] >> my god, we're going to get into such a scuffle, give it to me. [ laughter ] >> marianne in michigan you are on the "stephanie miller show." welcome. >> hi, stephanie. thanks for taking my call. i just wanted to make a quick retort to -- i think his name was craig in california regarding the whole scenario in the theater. >> yes. >> the interviews and coverage they listened to over the weekend and that day, the victims and survivors that were interviewed said initially they were really confused because they thought it was part of the show -- >> yeah they thought it was a
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publicity stunt. >> exactly. and this guy -- they showed on -- they actually showed invoices -- for him to say he only had a vest on, no he didn't. even the cops said he was totally dressed exactly like they had except his gas mask was dish. >> yeah, the chief made a good point that had his gun not jammed the police would have been out gunned. >> exactly. >> so these armchair heros going i would have done this and somebody should have done that it's like -- please. >> it has a rang to it, what he suggested we change the name of the show to. >> let's just go with c-word hag, sloppy drooling peasant show. >> yeah, that rolls off the tongue. >> we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show."
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tt [♪ theme music ♪] good current tv fans. jacki schechner as my crisis counselor, and news woman, i am having some self-esteem issues this morning, in that you receive love poems and letters, and i get hate letters calling me a sloppy drooling hag. >> but my love letters require restraint orders. >> that's true. unfortunately jim's thought bubble just cannot be repaired this morning when we started with a 160-pound scrotum and
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ended with you in the shower. >> it's just one of those days. >> thank god we have set aside some time for serious news. good morning. >> good morning, everybody. the federal justice department is taking a closer look at pennsylvania's new voter law that requires that people show voter id in order to turn up at the polls in november. they are finding out whether or not it is discriminatory against minorities. at the same time a group of civil rights organizations are filed a case in state court. in preparation for the trial, the state has filled out a form and signed it admitting that there have been no investigations into or prosecutions of voter id fraud in pennsylvania and the state is not likely to offer any evidence showing there is going to be voter fraud come november. all of this begs the question why change the laws in the first
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place? well, because they can disenfranchise minorities who vote for democrats. tom corbett signed the law back in march. and the republican house state majority leader openly admitted the new law would allow mitt romney to take the state in november. joe arpaio is going to take the stand defending allegations that he engages in racial profiling against hispanics. he calls himself america's toughest sheriff, saying they have been discriminated against. they say arpaio's office conducts sweeps focusing on dark-skinned people. they aren't looking for money, they just want arpaio's office to fess up to what it has done
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you can email us all there. chris lavoie -- also called other names. jim ward -- >> also called other names. >> please call me the c-word hag like bob did. [ applause ] >> probably the worse hate letter we have ever gotten -- >> he was kind of repetitive -- >> yeah got it. >> how can you accuse somebody of being a peasant when your spelling and syntax are that bad? >> yeah. that was awesome. the pantages show. almost sold out. and we have some surprises on panel, and in the audience. [ applause ] >> yeah. celebrities who are just showing up for the show. >> two big celebrities opening the show. >> who? >> jim ward and chris lavoie.
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[♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> well. >> yeah. here is another unsolicited testimonial. the official granite bay grandmother. i had to take my lexus in for service, and since i was the first one in the waiting room i changed the television from fox news to current. [ laughter ] >> and an older white man -- >> oh, boy. >> walked in looked at the tv and said [ censor bleep ] s-word. >> oh, boy. >> did i change the channel? heck, no. i made him watch you. after an hour of him pretending not to be watching. i caught him out of the corner of my eye nodding his head. i think i turned him from the
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dark side if only for a moment. [ applause ] >> if you could just force feed people current tv -- >> yes. >> if you watch even just for a little bit -- [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> you will agree with something this sloppy drooling c-word hag peasant says. and by the way i'm not the drooler. that's jim over jacki. >> yeah. >> let's dive into the right-wing world. bill o'reilly on the gun debate. >> the truth is criminals will always get guns always. so why -- why do fools want to take the guns away from law-abiding citizens who want protection. authorities can't product us. they react after we're shot. the second amendment is there for a reason.
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the founding fathers firmly believe that americans should have the right to protect themselves. >> carolyn mccarthy made the best point. she actually said the actual number -- i think she said the police were there -- i think in 90 seconds, and he had already gotten off -- i don't even remember -- 90 rounds. >> uh-huh. >> the police can't protect us when the police get there in 90 seconds and the guy can still get off 90 rounds. >> yeah. kudoses for the police department. >> yeah. i heard people in aurora have been walking around randomly hugging cops. and had his gun not jammed the police might have been out
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gunned. >> yeah. >> rush limbaugh. >> obama had to say my daughters go to the movies what if they had been in that theater? this is an ego maniac. >> he said the same thing mitt romney did, i'm a husband and a father. >> yeah, god! >> yeah. >> but when he says it he is a egoadvertise. >> yeah. >> okay. dana lohse. lohsing without dana lohse. >> looking especially at some of our foreign policy has been handled. hilary clinton essential i will siding with the muslim brotherhood in egypt and her said essentially the female
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version of the muslim brotherhood. why is our government becoming so close with a group that has been so hostile with the united states, fought against the united states and is a very oppressive regime that is -- >> so the president is a muslim? is that what you are slightly insinuating. >> wow! buy and buy -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> i think we got this earlier. there is the story of -- where is this? what do you call it his or her opponent, someone might actually beat michele bachmann at this point, because some of the republicans have backed away from her and these crazy comments about all of this stuff. yeah -- >> if she were an islamic, you know, whack job would she marry a jewish guy?
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>> well, that's her cover obviously. >> and did she just make up the muslim sisterhood? i don't think that organization exists. >> in her mind it does. >> okay. >> bachmann's battling quest reached the muslim infiltrate fors could be the final piece. jim graves -- first of all he has money and momentum. he said it definitely has cemented people in the middle that says she is really out there. ed rollins her former campaign manager, he was -- he was particularly -- he basically came out and said she is a liar and she's really gotten crazy, and this is ridiculous. >> wow. >> he said a lot of republicans say this is the straw that broke the camel's back. yeah. and by the way he said i would be what she describes as a job
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creator. >> right. >> when you have not just mccain, but boehner, on the house floor -- >> she is absolutely nuts. >> uh-huh. talk about extremists? >> and charlie pierce says what you want a cookie? all right. sean hannity. >> he had the house in [ inaudible ] for two years. he had his agenda adopted. everything that he wanted -- >> nope. >> -- and he also said he predicted his administration would be at 5.6% unemployment. when does he get responsibility for his plan that he implemented for those people that are suffering in this country today? >> oh, god. >> boy oh boy. >> he is starting in negative numbers. if you are above zero you are already ahead of the game. >> first of all never had control of the house and senate. >> yeah. >> most economists -- a lot of
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them say they should have been bigger. that was the most they could get out of this kind of congress. >> yeah. >> whatever. okay. >> the [ inaudible ] graph. look it up. >> thank you. greta on fox news. >> i would have said you know you are taking this so out of context, this is i meant. but he hasn't so it's safe to assume he did meant it -- >> what is she talking about? >> obama's statements being taken out of context -- i think he has said that. >> yes. >> he was so clear what he was saying. >> yeah, small businesses. >> oh, yeah he was paraphrasing elizabeth warren. she talked about you didn't do it all yourself. you had public roads that we all
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paid for. the cops to protect your facility. >> yes. bill o'reilly. >> this is a vital election president bush is an -- let's say he is a prestijous republican. >> he has to be true to himself. >> no, he has to be generous to the country. if mitt romney asked w to do him some favors and it would be fund-raising. would you go here, speak to this crew. >> great idea. >> he almost has to do it. >> yes. >> absolutely. >> yes! once -- for once bill o'reilly and i agree. george bush needs to be out there every day. [ patriotic music ] >> he should be the face of this
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campaign. >> how awesome his two terms were. >> it was awesome. i had a lot of power. i could have blowed stuff up. just pressed a button and boom! shock and awe. shock and awe. >> matt tweeted me and said what, you have never heard of the muslim sister hood? >> yeah it's the breakaway feminine sec. >> she is a lohse load. >> all right. 17 minutes after the hour. kids go to meeting, what can we say this summer you and your team probably working from different locations. i know we are. current is like everywhere. >> second octopus. >> yeah, san francisco -- new york it's culver city. speaking of glamorous places. that's why we recommend go to meeting. you can meet on line -- not that i wouldn't like go to culver
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ get on your feet ♪ ♪ get up and let it happen ♪ >> oh, yeah. ♪ get on your feet ♪ >> do not [ censor bleep ] gloria estafan. this is from mike in texas. he has an ar-15, you have a glock 9 from wal-mart. you are disoriented and don't
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know what is happening. he is focused and know exactly what is happening. finally how many people get caught in your cross fire you have five concealed compadres firing at the guy. you have got to ask yourself do i feel lucky? well do you, joe bob? [ applause ] >> very good. >> claire -- claire in madison. hi, claire. >> howdy long-time listener. >> thank ya. >> kind of an oxymoron here. i'm a democrat with 15 guns. >> wow. >> that's fine. >> i wanted to comment there is a legitimate use for what you call an assault rifle. i have been hunting with the family for years, and we have the largest family-owned apple orchard. millions of dollars worth of
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trees, and the way he hunt for deer, it's also pest control. and we have with about 18 guys and gals a couple of years in a row we shot 60 deer. and the dnr here in wisconsin has this chronic wasting disease program where they give you four tags a day, during the ten-day season, so if you filled each tag, that would be 40 deer you can shoot legally. >> right. >> so i have been using up to -- when i bout an ar-10. that is the larger caliber, deer caliber version of the assault rifle in quotes and i had been using a world war ii german mouser that my dad brought back from world war ii now that's a weapon of war, but that's what we have been using -- >> this is literally the deer hunter. this is very frightening. >> go ahead.
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>> 7.9 millimeters. >> the thing about the ar-10 -- i'm disabled so i sit up at the head of the valley and the rest of the gang they drive the whole valley and that's hard work. and drive these deer out where i'm waiting for them and it's impossible to hit more than one deer with a bolt-action rifle. now with the semi automatic i have hit or three at once. and i have a ten-round clip which works well. >> okay. claire, i get your point. but isn't there also a difference between a ten-round clip and a 100-round? >> i have no problem -- i have got no problem with the clip capacity ban. my 20-round clip that came with it is impractical, it jams so i
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don't even use it -- >> all right. claire i get his point but i think even he is saying you know -- and that's all this is is a -- the magazines that are these huge capacity magazines. >> sure. >> oh, here is not breaking news to anybody. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> chris christy was rude during an interview. >> oh, that's unusual. >> no one again is allowed to talk about any kind of reasonable gun control. because then you are politicizing -- >> whatever! >> politicians want to get gun control laws on the books like new jersey has, but they are not allowed to push for that? okay. >> the judge in the james holmes hearing yesterday. >> you are currently being held on a no-bond hold. >> yeah. >> i would hope so.
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>> the district attorney said no case is a slam dunk. >> i would say there is no such thing as a slam dunk case. we're still looking at the enormous amount of evidence, and we would never presume it will be slam dunk. we will work very hard on this case to prosecute it just like we would any other case. >> that's a district attorney who is being cautious -- >> until the trial it is alleged -- >> absolutely. >> this is going to -- you know the death penalty debate is going to start again -- they have the death penalty in colorado but only one inmate has been executed since '77. and i think they said they talk to the victims before they make a decision. the holmes family attorney. >> the family wants to reiterate that their hearts go out to the victims and their families.
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the holmes family would like to maintain their privacy. so at this time we will not be discussing james or his relationship to the family. >> okay. yeah, and we were saying sort of that curious story yesterday that the mother -- i guess -- she changed her statement -- because abc news reported she got the right person, and she said she was referring to herself -- >> i'm sure the lawyer advised her -- >> yeah. and it also looked a little weird that they asked if there was a audio recording, and when they were told no she came out and changed the statement. all right. annie and willie nelson yay! >> can't wait. >> next on the "stephanie miller show"! ♪
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> if you were any other woman on earth i would be turned on right now. [ laughter ] >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. kids, sexy liberal saturday night, l.a. it's the pantages and our good friends, annie and willie nelson brought tickets and they cannot go, their son is having a concert, and so they are auctioning their tickets off, and the money will go to their organization -- hold on let's see if i can operate the phone system -- >> i got it. i got it. >> all right.
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okay. there we go. hello, annie and willie nelson! good morning! >> good morning! >> hi, guys how are you? >> well -- >> well we're good. we are big fans. we watch y'all all the time. >> i am so excited to hear that. and more excited that you are cheating on randy rhodes with me. [ laughter ] >> i have never gotten to meet you guys and i hear her talking about you guys and i'm like why am i not friends with annie and willie nelson. willie you started farm aide. talk about how you started all of all of this stuff. >> and before he starts luke's concert that same night is in benefit for farm aid. >> oh, very cool. >> 25 years ago, we did our first farm aide and we thought that that would be all that
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would be necessary, and the folks in washington are so smart once they figured out that the people wanted to help the farmers, we knew they would help, 25 years later, we had about 8 million small family farmers at one time and now we have about half a million small family farmers. >> and in between picking up your seven grammys -- >> please don't make his head any bigger. >> well-deserved grammys. >> you produce your own brand of biodiesel fuel. >> yeah, we have been using biodiesel on the buses for a very long time. and it's something our farmers can grow, and we don't want have to go around the world finding
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oil. >> it's which is a mouthful. >> we put a link to it on stephanie's fake book page. >> right. a if you google sustainable biodiesel fuel, you come up with our organization. and the reason we needed the biois because the fuel has already been vetted and it is sustainable. >> and how come randy rhodes gets to be on the cool bus with you, and i have never gotten an invitation. >> you are always welcome. >> just don't tell her. girlfriends can get hostile. >> spicy. >> she is spicy. >> willie tell me about the new album, "heros." >> yeah it's got a bunch of my
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friends on it, a bunch of my hero heros, really. >> and your son. >> and my son lucas and micah, and jamie johnson, and a lot of my buddies. >> and the one i don't know why that just caught my eye immediately was roll me up and smoke me with snoop dogg. >> yeah, that's our theme song now. >> yeah, it's the anthem. [ laughter ] >> that's awesome. >> i wonder what that is referring to? >> well, you know. >> so willie have you always been political? because like i say i didn't realize you literally are the original sexy liberal. >> well, since getting involved with trying to help the family farmers, and september 22nd our next farm aid is in hershey,
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pennsylvania. if you don't mind me sneaking in a plug. >> yeah get it, do it. >> and how can you not be political if you are human. >> yeah, this republican party has moved so far to the right, and i think most of us are more in the center. >> yes. well, there is that fringe that they represent. which makes me curious, doesn't it seem strange that obama and romney are neck-to-neck when the majority of people don't feel that way. >> yeah, and in the romney thing it's like which carbon-based life form does he appeal to exactly? >> right. >> i tweeted the other day that he was the double bubble boy, because he actually grew up in two bubbles, the bubble of
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wealth, and the mormon bubble. >> yeah. >> so how do you connect in his defense? >> yeah. and we have been talking about this tragedy in colorado. and i think how do we get to a place where we can't even have a debate. the debate is over on any kind of gun control. >> because we have been kowtowed to believe we can't, but we can. >> yeah. >> it's ridiculous to have a gun out there that anyone can buy bullets for that will shoot 100 times. that does not make any sense at all. >> yeah, i -- i was mentioning earlier chris rock's bit that we should have bullet control, where bullets cost $5,000 apiece. >> there you go. >> and i asked the question then why can't we have -- if our aim or right is to compete with the government who by the way is us, then -- we have control over that, if we take it but if that's the goal then why can't
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we have nukes -- >> yeah. >> because they are not legal. well, then let's make these not legal -- >> shut up! >> yeah. >> it's so difficult to have that conversation. >> you know what has a nice ring to it, senator annie nelson. >> yeah that will happen because i need another job. i have taken out the recycling and the garbage while we're talking, and if we could go to meeting to maybe give birth. >> that's right. tell us about your talented son. >> okay. this record should have been called nepotism. [ laughter ] >> they are all on it -- there are three of them on it but it's -- he is really good.
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i used to think. okay. it's just me i'm a mom, right? and that's how i feel about my kids, my dogs whatever. and then i go into the shows and go in his audience and see the reactions and they actually -- he has got an amazing show. he is really good. he is channelling all like really good music when older guys -- you know, the classic kind of musicians go to hear them they are in tune because they say oh my god, somebody is finally bringing real music. >> scientists may decide one day there grammy-winning sperm. >> i want to respond because what i want to say can't be said. but hell yeah. >> hell yeah. this is like -- in this year of mitt romney and the whole top
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1%, and 99% debate we were saying you guys just bought your tickets. if we would have known we obviously would have comped you. and you just bought these tickets. and obviously because of your son's concert, we are going to auction them off to raise money for your organization. >> that's right. on the right-hand side of the page of there is a link. >> and they are sweet tickets. >> thank you for doing that. and i'm glad we're doing it because local is really national security. >> right. >> but i -- i forgot about the trevor project so i'm making a donation to the trevor project. >> oh, thank you. thank you. >> i forgot about it. >> that's okay. we pick a different sexy liberal cause in everity we're in. and all of our friends at the
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trevor project -- the only 24-hours hot line for gays. >> it's amazing. >> everybody wins. see sexy liberals everybody wins. >> that's right. >> there you go. annie and willie nelson what a pleasure. i'm going to call randy rhodeses almost the second we hang up. >> i better send that buffer email. >> thank you so much. >> have fun on the 28th too. >> we will. >> whoever gets the tickets enjoy them. >> we will. we'll put a cowboy hat in the seat. >> yeah, and don't channel in too much because unless you have a license you can get arrested. >> all right. talk to you soon. >> tom brokaw renewable, sustainable, biodiesel.
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>> yep. >> to benefit his fuel organization. is there anybody who has ever had to go on the road that this song doesn't play in your head? thank god i can stumble to the pantages from my house. ♪ on the road again ♪ >> yes. and he wrote "crazy." >> the biggest jukebox hit of all times. ♪ let's hear it for the boys ♪ >> it's not the singer that gets all of the money, it's the song writer, so willie -- >> sustainable diesel. >> willie can afford the vip tickets. >> that's right. [ laughter ] >> by the way.
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we have had a lot of armchair vigilantis calling in today echos russell comments -- >> yeah. >> i americaned a marksmanship twice in the army. if i could transfort myself to that theater my 20-year training would have told me something not to take that shot. [ applause ] >> thank you. blaze in new york you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, good morning. what does one wear with a six-foot scrotum? >> with a 160-pound scrotum? >> extra large sweat pants.
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>> just curious. check this out. i was just thinking gun control and all of that how come we can have these shootings, you know, how can you go back to littleton and columbine and -- and the whole nine yards, it's just tragic, and nothing just kind of -- everybody says it is so sad and then we move on. but you get six eight baseball players that do steroids we have congress at hearings. >> very good. thank you. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> chick-a-fill is in trouble now -- >> chick-fil-a is now in trouble -- >> chick pea on the side -- >> listen i don't have to be
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encouraged to do nell -- >> it's the one impression you do that is still alive. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> what? >> all right. you don't think i'm current? >> well, on current tv. >> in a facebook note the jim henson company which currently offers toys announced they will no longer partner with the fast-food chain because of their anti-gay policies. >> come on gang, we won't let rudolf join in any reindeer games. >> they wrote we have notified them we do not wish to carter in with them anymore. and our ceo has ordered our profits from them be donated to glad. [ laughter ] >> stick that in your 160-pound
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scrotum. >> right. mike huckaby to the rescue. he has organized a chick-fil-a appreciate day. chick-fil-a and their god-given right to oppose gays -- oh boy is this from mike huckabee's facebook? >> yep. >> i have been insened by the assaults on chick fill a. it's the great american story -- >> uh-huh. >> i ask you to join me in speaking out on wednesday at chick fill aappreciation speech.
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gather round people, eat your chicken proudly -- eat your chicken proudly look to the sky and shout to the heavens, hello, world, it is not bigotry it is christian. >> mike huckabee and family they are a little softish -- >> which christmas are you referring to. >> they might want to stay away from fast-food -- just saying. >> how about that palin family? [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> they are sort of -- >> hill billies. >> some of them called somebody a -- you know, f word. this is precious --
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[♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> i bet palin wrote that hate letter. little palin calls her aunt the f word. >> precious. from the mouths of babes. >> and stupid too -- >> as in stupid f-word -- >> the apple does not fall far from the -- >> ddddday -- >> in that family. i'm doing a terrible job disciplining trip. giggling when he calls his aunt the f-word -- the show runner there that trip's bleeped expletive was [ censor bleep ], and not [ censor bleep ]. >> it was the four-letter f
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word -- >> either way much better parents. and thank god she is giving president obama parenting advice from time to time. >> yes, the obamas really appreciate that. >> and willard says the movie was crap. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> he will not be prosecuted? and he tweeted wait until you hear my version, much more pg, but the theater would make a terrific racquetball court. [ applause ] >> hum. >> okay. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> john travolta -- >> just airing it out. >> yeah, taking it out for a walk for air -- maybe he has an 160-pound scrotum. >> i think we would notice. he has been in a few films. >> john travolta took his wife on a gay-cation.
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>> yeah why would you go to mikanos is known to have a famous lbgt status. and you can get a gay massage there. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> listen, i don't have time for marriage counselinger for everybody. people. i'm busy reading my hate mail. hal sparks tomorrow. jacki, courtney, everybody in the current news room good-bye everybody. see you tomorrow. >> bye! ♪ rrentt
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