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[♪ theme music ♪] >> oh, god. >> stephanie: nobody help me. why are you looking at me like i just got here 30 seconds ago? >> you literally sat in that chair 30 seconds ago. >> i'm wearing my union hat. go union! [ applause ] >> stephanie: and i have a booked a new guest. >> since i am your bff i should be the first to know. >> stephanie: you are going to say squee in such a huge way.
>> i'm excited. >> is it dick morris? >> stephanie: no! it's going to be the liberal orgasm of a lifetime. chris, jim, and jacki, and then two huge celebrity guests on panel. i'll call you during the break. here she is with news jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. the obamas are giving their first joint interview since the election today. it is going to be with barbara walters. the president is going to sit down by himself first and then michelle will join them. afterwards the obamas and dog bo will give a tour of the white house. hundreds of people are already gathering at the state capital in lancing, michigan as the city prepares for what could be the largest demonstration in history. the legislature has now rushed
through right to work legislation, and governor rick snyder is expected to sign it today. police are on hand and limbed the number of people allowed in the common areas of the capitol. president obama said the right to work bill is not about economics and has everything to do with politics. taxpayers have now made a total of about $22.7 billion overall from the government's investment in the bank rescue. aig is now fully private again. and the british bank is going to pay the u.s. a $1.9 billion penalty for breaking u.s. sanction laws. they have transferred money through
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and new sexy liberal celebrity guest. squee. chris, jim, and jacki will open the show. >> i have been told to wear something tight. >> stephanie: it will be a liberal gasm. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: aim right? >> they are going to go ape dump. >> stephanie: two huge surprise celebrity guests. >> i'm going to go ape dump meeting the people. >> stephanie: this is where you say is it the president? >> is it the president? >> stephanie: it is not the president. he doesn't have to worry about getting reelected. why not doing the tea bagging demonstration demonstration. >> what hilary? >> stephanie: it could be. oh looky here kimberly sent us
a picture of her with the president. >> awe! >> stephanie: steph row c meet and grope. and yes, president obama does smell like cookies and freedom. that was one aisha tyler quotes. >> stephanie: yes. >> we laugh every single time. >> maybe she is doing a john boehner impression. >> stephanie: something like that. >> four years ago we witnessed the first inauguration of president obama. this time around stephanie miller and her team of two-term comics are coming to make this a party d.c. will never forget. on january 19th just two days
before obama's second nomination, the sexy liberal tour will perform live at the warner theater in washington, d.c. ♪ >> tickets are available at ticketmaster.com, and if you want to skip the fees stop by the warner. stephanie is going to do her thing before the inaugural ball. >> that means two things. >> the stephanie miller sexy liberal comedy tour. for more information go to sexyliberal.com. [ applause ] >> thank you kids! >> i'm guessing there are no tea bagging demonstrations at the inaugural balls. >> stephanie: excuse me? that will be another hot ticket. i got to get me some balls.
quick love letter. jim may have left too quickly yesterday. thank you for rebooking bucky the christmas beaver for a appearance. he was super polite serving as jim. he was listened attentively, and never interrupted you once for a hitler reference. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> gay dog knows the difference between hal's right and left ball. >> oh. >> stephanie: if max can work the phone even t-bone's job may be in jeopardy. >> huh oh.
>> doesn't have gal for a go to meeting with roland to book a first class extra ticket for bucky the christmas beaver. [ applause ] [♪ romantic music ♪] >> the beverage cart is not safe with bucky there. >> stephanie: stay right there. jim is notoriously unreliable. be at the ready. lots to get to jan schakowsky coming up at the bottom of the hour, to tell us where we're at with this gentle fiscal incline. and then julie bolcer to give us a take on doma and prop 8. the holidays the gifts just keep on giving. now rocky mountain mike has sent us the best of rocky mountain
mike. >> what? >> mr. bachmann now that your wife has left the campaign? as it affected you? ♪ i was born this way ♪ >> the primary hill billies ♪ well now it's time to say good night to bachmann ♪ ♪ stephanie miller ♪ >> this is the national mental health alert warning system with a sanatorium surge warning. ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ all in all we'll just be stuck with mitt in the fall ♪ ♪ squee ♪ ♪ no need to ask if the car
elevator ♪ >> i forgot about this one. ♪ transvaginal airlines something special in the air ♪ >> the turtle says -- >> our top political priority over the next four years should be to deny president obama a second term. [ laughter ] ♪ he's a birther, she's a birther, we're all birthers wouldn't you like to be a birther too ♪ ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ taking your health care away ♪ ♪ oh beautiful for spacious skies ♪ ♪ when you say [ inaudible ] you have said it all ♪
>> awe. >> stephanie: wow. [ applause ] >> stephanie: rocky mountain mike awesome! thank you, mike. >> if only i could hear it through both head phones. >> stephanie: you only have one working head phone? >> yeah. >> stephanie: somebody likes to drop christmas hints. the most timely one for me at the precipus of the fiscal cliff -- >> he called me a poopy head. >> here try this. >> norquil? >> in liquid or suppository.
>> stephanie: i'll give you whatever you want just leave this poor orange man alone. [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> the vocal impression is actually quite good. >> stephanie: obama? >> yeah. >> stephanie: nobody does boner like you do. boner meets foster brooks. jim, who said the mayans were right when they predicted the world would end in 2012. just banishing tribe. >> grover norquist. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no. [ inaudible ]. some day it will be the subject of a national geographic special. the experts will sift through the ruins at of the reagan library, recommend nanths of
rants by dick morris on fox news and scraps of an age chent tape in which a tall stiff man has forgotten about the 47%. >> mel gibson. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no that's also a bad guess. [ inaudible ] the republican decline will be traced to a stubborn refuse where black, brown, female and gay people count. the great civilization is not concurred from without until it has destroyed its from within. who said that? >> [ inaudible ]. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no [ inaudible ] from a lost civilization. lots to get to. it's hard to tell what is happening. it seems like no progress thus far. >> nobody is talk about what they are talking about behind
closed doors. >> stephanie: right. we speculated yesterday, the president is enduring a fog of spittel and bronzer -- [ mumbling ] >> it's not a tavern. >> stephanie: wouldn't that be something. >> yeah. >> stephanie: eight teen minutes after the hour. kids go to meeting essential for your business to be successful or mediocre like ours. >> well -- >> stephanie: still have to have meetings. i recommending go to meeting. it allows you to share the same screen making it easier to be on the same page at the same time. you can share whatever it is
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♪ see that girl watch -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- she is the dancing queen, young and free, only seventeen ♪ >> i don't speak english. i know what i'm singing, they are only random syllables to me. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: why do people not have an accent when they sing. i don't get it. >> i don't know. >> stephanie: twenty three -- minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. let's go to missy. >> caller: hi, we just have to get back to looking for the union label in the '70s they had the commercial look for the union label -- >> stephanie: yeah i remember
that. >> caller: everyone got together to support unions -- >> [ inaudible ]. >> caller: we have to get back to look for the union label. >> stephanie: jim, don't be droopy lots of things are coming here for production -- >> caller: yeah. >> stephanie: what is the company that just announced -- >> caller: i had another comment too. >> stephanie: yeah go ahead. >> caller: the mormon money going into -- you know trying to prevent people from getting married. i just want republicans to think of all of the kids of gay people think of their familiar list as normal and they need respect, and talk about if you don't want though government controlling your life it's nobody's business to little kids who have gay parents. that's their parents. >> stephanie: yeah. there are two people who have raised four kids together.
and when you see them together you think who could possibly not want this family to be a family. >> caller: they spend so much time reassuring their kids. life is fair and this is equality if you want equality you teach your kid that and then it really -- for the child of -- that comes from a family like that when they hear other people put it down they are confused. they just see it as not accepting. but mormons are brainwashed into giving their money to fight stuff like that. if they don't want government in their lives they should -- to each his own. snee thank you. all right. thank you. okay. ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ where our union soldiers [ inaudible ] ♪ >> stephanie: wow, wee!
chris you are entitled to make seven or eight more mistakes now. >> that's from the lady's international garment workers union. >> stephanie: yeah i remember that. the president railed against right to work laws that republicans are trying to pass in michigan arguing they are a race to the bottom. >> right to work for peanuts. >> stephanie: that's right. what we shouldn't be doing is trying to take away rights for better working conditions. everything state that has these laws, everything is worse. >> because nobody has any money to buy anything. >> stephanie: thank you. mickey, you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: i have a couple of questions, when a politician leaves office whether they are
voted out or retire. what kind of package do they get when they leave? and also why can the congress and senate can vote on their own pay increases but get give only a minimum wage to the american people? why don't we get to vote on that? why don't the american people get to vote on whether they get increase in wages. >> stephanie: yeah and some of the right-wing politicians don't even want a minimum wage. >> i won't pay it! >> stephanie: exactly. let's go to richard in houston. >> caller: hey, stephanie. first time caller here and i love your show. why do everybody seem so surprised when the right-wingers keep pulling these stunts? >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it kills me when i see people lined up in the streets, rain and snowing, and
they are protesting away -- these people do not care for us why have we started voting these people into office. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i get so mad seeing this ona daily basis. >> stephanie: that's the thing boehner is claiming a mandate for the house -- a million more people voted for democrats even for the house. it's because of redistricting, and he knows that. our caller is right. really did people vote to have them do the same thing other again. >> yeah. >> stephanie: we'll talk to representative jan schakowsky about it next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ (vo) this friday current tv presents a special event. >> nobody knows disasters like comedians. that's why for my upcoming benefit for victims of hurricane sandy, i booked the strongest, smartest comics i could find.
>> you are even more beautiful to me now, because it is the real you. >> this is it isn't it? this is the real -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> yes. >> stephanie: oh you don't want that. the president yesterday. >> obama: if congress lets middle class tax goes up economists will tell you that means people will spend nearly $200 billion less than they otherwise would spend. consumer spending is going to go down. >> stephanie: if only we had someone we loved from congress to tell us where we are now. oh look it's rocking congressman jan schakowsky. good morning congresswoman.
>> hello, stephanie. >> stephanie: it's hard to tell what is going on. the headlines are neither side giving ground. the president just won his second landslide. what do they not get about that? >> yeah he is only the sixth president in history that has won consecutive elections with a real majority 51%. >> stephanie: yeah. >> no, we're holding the cards, though stephanie. this is okay. >> stephanie: right. >> because -- this is not a sequel to the last time when they held us hostage and we had to give up more than we wanted to because we wanted to overt total disaster with the debt ceiling. this is a different situation, and the republicans one by one, it seems are starting to wake up and realize that -- you know, this is a really bad platform for them.
let's go to the mat for the richest americans, and then let's cut medicare and we'll threaten to complete financial disaster over the debt ceiling. that is wildly unpopular in the country. >> stephanie: yep. representative i want to get your take because obviously the white house has signaled -- and i understand the issues involved, but i'm wondering too, why don't we just over -- it's note really a cliff, right? because obviously that's where our leverage is is these rates will go up anyway and you can fix things in a couple of weeks with a new congress can't you? >> yes, that's right. but it would be better not to, you know, create the situation of having all of these things -- a lot of things expire at the end of the year. i mean it would be much better if like sensible people we would sit down before a deadline and
figure out how to do this in an equitable, in an equitable way. it seems as if the republicans in their caucus in the house of representatives, are unable to be sensible, and john boehner more than anything, the numbers that he is looking at -- that's the numbers that it takes for him to keep his gavel. >> stephanie: yeah. >> they are biting at each other right now. i guess it's like 17 votes and they could oust him and there are people wanting to do that because he is too weak kneed. i think that's the problem is the republicans are in disarray. >> stephanie: absolutely. and you are one of our progressive war records and what makes us nervous on our side is why are we talking about taking a rate that is less than 39%?
why are we talking about making concessions at thissing point? >> i don't know that the president is talk about medicare eligibility age. that would be a total disaster. >> stephanie: yeah. >> it would actually ending cost -- could end up costing us more to do that. >> stephanie: i agree. >> and certainly in terms of human health it would be really really a bad idea. i'm going to spend my week talking to my democratic friends to make sure everybody really understands how bad it would be and how unnecessary it would be to raise the age of medicare eligibility. but i agree with you i don't think we ought to settle for any number less than what it was under the clinton years. >> stephanie: that's right. >> that was the most prosperous time in the united states of america in recent history, and we don't need to do that. we don't want to start negotiating with ourselves here.
but first we have to have a significant call from the republicans that they are serious. i love when they say, oh the president serious. really? he put a very detailed proposal on the table. we are very serious about that. >> stephanie: i love how they are acting like they still have leverage in public. like they are holding all of the cards here. >> none. they really don't have -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> and the main card that they fail to hold is any support from the american people. >> stephanie: yeah. >> the vast number of americans say, yes, the wealthiest ought to pay more. duh. they also do not cut medicare. these will even tea partiers, they don't want the benefits to
be cut. >> stephanie: they are looking at the same poll you and i are that the republicans would take the vast majority of the blame. the polling couldn't be clearer. so where do they go from here. what i have heard is they are going to cave it's just a question of when. >> i know we're going to go another week. we were supposed to be out this week, so they extended it another week extended their own pain another week really so maybe they are -- they are trying to get there, but if they don't, then january 3rd or whatever that's when we are sworn in then we can actually get this done. this is not going to be the apocalypse if we don't get it done by december 31st. i don't understand why we don't
see that. tom cole who is my favorite republican, and a sensible guy -- no he really -- he really is a friend of mine -- >> stephanie: right. >> because he -- he gets it. he is a conservative republican but he is also very very practical, and pretty close to john boehner, so i don't know if that's in part kind of a message that -- from that sector of the republican conference. >> stephanie: right. you are talking about a lot of the republicans that are sayings publicly we need to give in on the tax revenues. >> yeah tom cole said come on everybody agrees on this. minimally we all agree that middle class -- up to $250,000 income ought to be taxed at this lower level. so, you know, let's go. >> stephanie: right. right. i mean -- we were talking about this before we had you on.
the one thing that makes me laugh is boehner claiming his own election mandate for a republican majority in the white house, when everyone understands redistricting at this point, don't they in >> oh absolutely. this idea that this was a status quo election. is he the only person that hasn't noticed -- i'm trying to end gloating. >> stephanie: i have made no such efforts, but you go ahead. >> in certain places -- [ dog barking ] >> oh, there's my dogs. they are gloating too. those are my dogs gloating. >> stephanie: what kind of dogs and what are their names? >> lucky and buddy. >> stephanie: oh that's so disney movie. >> and they are golden retrievers. >> stephanie: oh. okay. go ahead. your point was what? >> my point was, i forgot.
>> stephanie: lucky and buddy filibustered you. >> they are trying to minimize the fact that the president won the election that we made gains in the house; that the senate is more democratic, and that the american people are fed up with gridlock. they are fed up. >> stephanie: yeah absolutely. and the white house obviously was defending keeping these talking private. our interest is reaching an rag agreement and not trying to negotiate an agree through the media. i think that is right. >> the markets -- i don't know how sensible they'll be in we go to january 1st, but maybe that will be the kind of impetus that will bring the republicans to their senses. i -- it's true however,
obviously, if some real progress had been made i think that we might have heard something better or more explicit from the president that says we're not reading out details of the conversation, but the lines of communication remain open. to me that means they really haven't made any progress. so i'm glad that they are talking, but i -- you know we'll see this week. i don't know. >> stephanie: it means boehner still has his number but if the president answers and he is talking, talking, talking the president is like okay thank for calling. >> stephanie: representative you know one of my favorite memories of you, is you doing back spring down the street during the gay
pride parade. >> oh yeah. >> stephanie: are you nervous about doma and marriage equality? what do you think? >> everyone is taking bet of which or both the supreme court will uphold. i think doma will not be the law of the land when the supreme court is -- is done. that was a -- a bad mistake at the time. but i have never seen -- i have to tell you, steph -- an issue move so quickly. the culture wars are over -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> -- our team won, and the congress of the united states is unrepresentative of what the american people in general feel. i don't want to over state this. i know in some communities and even maybe in some states the majority may think -- may think otherwise, but the time is gone
when nobody -- when anybody can think they don't know anybody gay; that there's no gay people in their family. it's just incredible. >> stephanie: rob reiner was on with us yesterday, and said this is it. we are at the tipping point of this civil right's battle of our generation. so we'll see. >> what do you think? >> stephanie: i'm very positive. we talked to chris perry and rob reiner yesterday, and they were both very optimistic so i'm going to go with that. >> i'm going with you on that. okay. >> stephanie: all right. get your sneakers ready for next year's parade. >> okay. >> stephanie: congress women jan schakowsky thank you so much. >> thank you, stephanie. [ applause ] >> stephanie: love her. she was dancing, and she has these little sneakers -- it was almost gymnastics. it was quite spectacular.
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i don't know. >> yeah. >> stephanie: let's go to walt in new york. welcome. >> caller: hi, steph. really love your show and i'm encouraged to find your group so cheerful so early in the morning. >> it's an act. >> stephanie: yeah. go ahead, walt. >> caller: the right to work shouldn't that be the right to be a slave law? >> stephanie: yeah that's what president obama said yesterday. the right to -- >> to work for nothing. >> stephanie: yeah to work cheap. the president on the fiscal cliff yesterday. >> obama: we can solve this problem. all congress needs to do is pass a law that would prevent a tax hike on the first $250,000 of everybody's income. >> stephanie: it's everybody. >> even the rich. >> stephanie: even your favorite top 1 percenters. >> good heaven's that lunch money. >> that's the electricity bill
for mitt romney's car elevator. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: they held more negotiations yesterday, but neither side showed a willingness to give ground. the president said we make tough spending cuts on things we don't need, and we ask the wealthiest americans to pay their part. it's almost like a movie you don't need to pay attention to yet. >> yeah or i'll read the synopsis online. >> stephanie: i'll get the cliff notes. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: the white house spokesman said i can only believe the president will find something acceptable. what stage are they at after the election bargaining depression where are they? we need to let them get through that first.
it always comes out the same it shows the americans would blame republicans if the country went over the cliff. bob corker called for a quick deal. he said right now there is no question in my mind that the president has the slight upper hand. >> slight? >> stephanie: uh-huh. more conservatives said it most notably senator from oklahoma seem willing to let tax rates rise. it seems like boner is having his orange hand forced here. >> yeah. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: good morning. i happened to listen to mourning joe this morning, sorry. >> stephanie: i'm sorry for you. >> caller: said they these jobs coming back to america are great. they are paying 15 to $17 an hour. and i'm thinking you can't buy a
house or send your kids to college on $17. and in michigan people are saying they ought to let the unions go because people just need jobs. >> stephanie: it's what the president was saying yesterday. this should be a race to the top, not a race to the bottom. oh, she is done with me. >> she'll listen to you off line. >> stephanie: i always hang around too long. shut up chris. >> i have no reason to talk. >> stephanie: good morning, susan. >> caller: good morning. my husband is a union bricklayer in chicago. he works so hard. he lifts 64-pound flats all day long, eight-hours a day. he gets a decent wage.
he doesn't get his birthday off, a paid vacation if christmas is on a tuesday, he doesn't get paid. we make a nice wage but we're not millionaires. and union people built this country, not mitt romney >> stephanie: yep. >> they act like union workers are just greedy for more money. >> caller: and it's not true. and they about like they are dirty, like they are molesters or something. and that's not true. >> stephanie: susan, your husband is one of the other points we make when we talk about when they throw around this talking point about let's just raise the medicare eligible rate. try lifting bricks from the time you are 30 to 65 you can't.
>> caller: he can't. he walks like an old man. if it's too cold to work it's because the material is too cold to work not because of him. they put heaters on the sand and he watches it until the sand gets warm. >> stephanie: when that wind whips off of the lake and hits ya, when you are on whacker or whatever -- >> or when it is 102. >> stephanie: i came in buffalo, and when i was in chicago, i was like, yaw! cold. salt of the earth, susan and her ñrrenttv
>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ oh ♪ >> oh! ♪ everybody ♪ >> everybody, really? >> stephanie: everybody. >> really? >> because some people really probably shouldn't. >> stephanie: ow. >> okay. if you say so. >> stephanie: twenty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. >> some people give their dogs complexes with a fart machine. [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: bill o'reilly. >> we are living in a world that is rapidly changing. ruling of civility have diminished. some examples. supreme court is now going to hear the gay marriage issue. some of those who support
expanding the definition say those against it are homophobes. so you are a hater according to the haters. >> stephanie: okay. >> so he just negated his entire point by calling everybody who hates him a later. >> stephanie: right. exactly. by the way and it's marriage equality. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> we're never going to get him to say that. so don't hold your breath on that one. >> stephanie: just so make you say other like a monkey in a shearling coat. okay. matt barber faith and freedom radio show. thanks for getting this. >> no problem. >> the bully on the program intimidates people into silence, fear and avoiding the bully,
and when the righteous individual depends himself and punch the bully in the mouth, the bully more likely than not has a glass jaw, falls down on the playground and everybody says oh. that's the left. they try to push religious bigotry on everyone else. >> stephanie: wow, i did not see that coming. okay. the secular left. [ applause ] >> they are the bullies. >> right. >> stephanie: right. >> okay then. >> stephanie: right. >> that's just like those poles trying to defend themselves into the nazis. >> stephanie: oh jim! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> we didn't get a hitler reference there bucky the christmas beaver yesterday. >> his german is not very good.
>> stephanie: that was bucky the christmas beaver singing in german. it is the holiday, everybody. ♪ chestnuts roasting over fire [ inaudible ] growing a big nose talking points being told by big lies like fox and friends media hosts ♪ ♪ everybody knows the turkey like sean hannity, gets an audience that's white ♪ ♪ [ inaudible ] that what he says just isn't right ♪ ♪ they know obama's on his way ♪ ♪ he's going to take your guns
and give them to the gays ♪ [ laughter ] >> stephanie: oh. ♪ and every ghetto head is going to try to prove the president is just a kenyan spy ♪ ♪ and so i'm offering this simple phrase ♪ ♪ [ inaudible ] since '92, although it has been said many times many ways, we all know that you lose ♪ [ applause ] >> stephanie: yay! >> yay! >> stephanie: rocky mountain mike. and marry in an arbor. >> stephanie: brian has been
wondering is bucky the beaver caressing a giant sausage. no it's a candy cane! that's just dirty. here we go. >> wheel of idiots! >> stephanie: fdc filings were just revealed and [ inaudible ] gave $500 to the obama victory fund. >> oops. >> stephanie: he was an obama supporter as it turns out. >> did he do it just because his boss told him too? >> stephanie: i don't think that is going to be awkward in the fox hallway. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. right t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t (vo) this friday current tv presents a special event. >> nobody knows disasters like comedians. that's why for my upcoming benefit for victims of hurricane sandy, i booked the strongest, smartest comics i could find. my comedian friends and i will
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> i like you. i don't know whether to knock you on your kisser or kiss you on your knocker. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." thirty-four minutes after the hour. t-bone is funny. every time i bring similar something off of the printer, i'm like thank you, angel. he is like the angel in the matt damon and ben affleck movie. like an arc angel. >> i never saw it.
>> stephanie: it is good. becky in indianapolis. hi beck. >> caller: hey, second time i have gotten through. >> stephanie: the arc angel let you through. >> caller: i thank the arc angel. the caller earlier was talking about it was no big deal to get a 15 to $17 an hour job, i would love one of those. i was making $14 an hour which was really good money back then. the next job i got was $11 an hour. now the new job i have got, i get $12 an hour and i work third shift. the company's president got a 5% raise. and i'm scheduled to get a half of a percent raise.
>> stephanie: yeah. it depends on where you live. when we talk about a certain cost of living it is just different in a lot of place, but i hear ya. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: so we have been calling about the fiscal cliff claifen. the president yesterday. >> obama: i have said i will work with republicans on a plan for economic growth job creation and reducing our deficits and that has some compromise between democrats and republicans. i understand there's a -- you know, people have a lot of different views. i'm willing to compromise a little bit. >> stephanie: yeah. >> i worry about him talking about compromising. >> stephanie: i think he is doing the right thing, though. he is hitting the road like campaign style and taking -- and the polls are showing that it is working. again, just like in the election, the american people largely with him, would largely
blame republicans if this happens. he is building his case. he said it will be a hit you can't afford to take. and if anything, jim, the president has toughened his demand in the last few days. i mean it really -- that -- that i really think is true. because we have never seen this breed of republicans before that have taken that hostage. it shouldn't be part of negotiations of anything. it's money we have already spent. it's like you getting your mastercard bill and say no, i'm not going to pay this unless you do this -- you don't get to negotiate. >> yeah. >> and he said social security is a non-starter -- >> stephanie: social security doesn't add a cent to the deficit. and they are not going to get all of this done in the next two
weeks, they should do what is important and make sure that taxes don't rise on 98% of us. so boner, they have to drop that talking point, because if -- i can't say it enough a million more people voted for democrats than the republicans, even for the house. >> so! >> what is your point? >> stephanie: and yet the orange man will still be speaker. representative marsha blackburn said he will be speaker. eric cantor must have a bigger bitch face than usual this morning. >> oh come on. really? >> stephanie: all right. the president. >> obama: that is something i won't compromise on because i'm not going to have a situation where any wealthiest among us including folks like me get to keep all of our tax breaks, and
then we're asking students to pay higher student loans. >> stephanie: robin in arizona. welcome. >> caller: hi. i'm happy for the opportunity to talk to you and the two bears. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. go ahead. >> caller: and when t-bone took my call i said i wanted to speak about the right to work state recently in michigan. i moved from washington state to arizona. clearly i did not do my homework and my husband has lived here for quite sometime and at the time -- this would be nine and a half years ago, there were eighteen right to starve states as we calls them. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and now there are twenty four, and i'm really shocked -- i shouldn't be but i'm still shocked by what happened in michigan. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i didn't believe this is how though governor wants to
leave, to do something like this. and it seems like he is being very punishing. >> stephanie: that's what it seems like to me. is this just payback? it is just -- it seems to me like a lot of that is payback. gail in sacramento, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, gail. >> caller: hi it is gail with a g. >> stephanie: oh. >> caller: chris i'm the crna that wrote you about [ inaudible ] and more than you ever wanted to know. >> oh, okay. yeah. >> caller: the show is medically indicated to watch, it will be lower your blood rate and stress level. >> stephanie: oh thank you. >> caller: the reason they are union busting is about money. money going in from the two
bothers and this decreases our ability to fund presidential candidates. >> stephanie: yeah somebody was saying this morning, it is a way to get union benefits without having to pay. >> right. >> stephanie: did you see allen west, the former congressman -- >> he is still congressman right now until the 3rd. >> stephanie: killed very shortly. >> right. >> stephanie: he went on the lovely and talented mark levin radio show who said his opponent only won because he cheated. he said i'm not going away just because of a congressional race where he seems to have had to cheat to beat me. >> seems to. >> seems to to me so therefore he did. >> stephanie: listen to this. levin you are a national treasurer, you are way too important to have something like this happen to you, and off you
go. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: exactly that is exactly what can happen. yes, yes it can. west i'm a warrior and servient and spokesman for the public. he seems to have had to cheat to beat me. >> sure. >> stephanie: somebody speculated it seems like if he had any sort of evidence probably fox news would have run that 24/7. >> yeah. >> stephanie: some kind of something there. he wrapped up the interview by accusing the president of being a marxist socialist. oh allen southwest a skeeter. >> ah. >> stephanie: maybe skeeter pack can help him in the next time he
tries to run again. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: let's go to shirley in philadelphia. hi shirley. >> hey, how are you? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: i want to thank you for help me and my friend live through the last election. >> stephanie: oh thank you, shirley. >> caller: i will eliminated the word entitlement from my vocabulary, i call it my annuity. i want to replace food stamp and replace it with corporate welfare. it enables all of the rich in this country to pay their employees under the poverty level, app then food stamps are what you and i pay for, and they get into take all of the money home. >> stephanie: you know who is stuck in think craw is the
goldman sachs ceo who said we can't afford to pay these benefits. >> caller: yes. >> stephanie: and for him to sit in his cushy office and say it is not a problem to raise the social security age, is different than the bricklayer that woman called about. >> caller: exactly. >> in 2001 we told you about skeeter, people after officialed with obama derangement syndrome. skeeter's condition has worsened. we're now to announce the formation of sweeter pac, ged indicated to counter the effects of obama derangement syndrome.
we can put people with ods in rooms with newspapers books and other fact-minding information. won't you help? skeeter didn't build his condition by him self. please give today to skeeter pac. >> paid for my friends of skeeter. >> i have a girlfriend for skeeter. >> stephanie: who is that? >> fox news's suzanne winker who says women's nature is to be dominated by men. >> stephanie: oh dear. >> a man's place in the office his woman should simply surrender to his rules. >> stephanie: that's making jim hot. >> yeah. >> stephanie: she has some exceptions if they are cute enough he can throw all of his
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♪ ♪ nobody but -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- has it ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to, fifty minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. jim, because we're helpers, you were reading about fox news babe and what she likes. >> she says women are born toe
be dominated by men. >> stephanie: yeah. we'll send her to -- >> finding true right-wing love is a challenge. so that's why i called tea party happy. where you are sure to find someone as narrow mind as you. >> when i met sam at the firing range, it was just boom. >> there is no sufficient thing as nuance at tea party harmony. find that one person that is going to love you passionately for the gun-toting tea party nut you really are. review your compatible wing nuts for free and tea party harmony.com. [ applause ] >> stephanie: for those of you
watching current, you got to see the magical moment when we realized that jim ward and i have the same taste in chicks. he showed me the picture, and we were both like hum, pretty hot. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: let's go to deano in detroit. welcome. >> caller: first i just want to thank you guys for your support, i'm a union worker in detroit. i -- i just wanted to mention that as a union worker where i work at we have what is called is the 30 and 0. and what that makes up for is it gives us 30 years on the job. we get to retire with full benefits and pension. until the age of 65 then social security takes in. it actually creates jobs, because it gives my job to somebody younger, and i'm retired, and nobody is paying
in -- he is paying in to social security for that ten years until i collect it. >> stephanie: yep, absolutely. i was just reading a piece in the times which was a good point of why things will are getting better. a lot of kids are moving out and buying houses because interest rates are so low, and yadda, yadda, yadda, and that was one of the things he was saying is that an important thing about opening up the job market for those that are younger. and that's why i was thinking about that paul ryan line that he thought was so clever kids are looking at their faded obama posters in their parent's basements -- >> no they are actually getting out and buying houses. what does that mean for us who are entering our sunset years. >> stephanie: oh thank you for
including yourself. senator lindsay graham. >> his proposal that he offered to boehner is literally a joke. it raised taxes by $1.6 trillion and did nothing to save medicare and social security. >> i'll be on the veranda on the fainting couch with my mint jew ip! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. >> i don't think that's far from the truth. >> stephanie: one more. >> he is afraid to go into an meeting and say if we don't adjust the benefits for social security and medicare they are going to go bankrupt. >> stephanie: you with your cushy medicare and health benefits -- >> whatever! >> stephanie: senator bob -- >> my fingers and ruin my man cure! >> stephanie: i bet that was
lindsay graham's other job, laying brick. >> oh yeah. his hands have seen bricks. >> of gold. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: senator bob corker. >> once you give him the right on the top 2% it's actually much lesser tax increase than what he has been talking about. the focus then shifts to entitlements, and maybe that puts us in a place where we actually can do something that really saves this nation. there is a growing body. i am beginning to believe that is the best route for us to take to again shift the focus where it needs to be which is in entitlements. >> stephanie: there is not a crisis on social security or medicare, and you are not going to address in two weeks. >> exactly. >> stephanie: kevin mccarthy.
he is a whip, you know. >> the president says he wants tax rate because he wants revenue. republicans have already offered him the revenue. the president -- >> woe! >> that means two and a half to three times as many spending cuts as there is to revenue. >> idiot. >> stephanie: uh-huh. he is a human talking point. >> yeah he is the bad kevin mccarthy. >> stephanie: uh-huh. by the way, i have another round of, you know, guess the quote. who said the gop put up a candidate that no one liked or understood and ran a campaign that no one liked or understood a campaign that was based on keeping the surf held down mitt captured the imagination of millions and ran with a natural grace, there was very little
chance that the awkward billionaire would have ever been president. who said that? >> tom morello. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no. [ inaudible ]. who would have ever thought that blacks would get out and support the first black president. who would have ever thought gays would work against the party that treated them as subhuman and young people who ignored science and hectored on social issues and latinos would go against a party who expected them to self deport. who said that? >> [ inaudible ] [ buzzer ] >> ahhhhh! >> stephanie: no that would be maureen dowd. >> so close. >> stephanie: one last time [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: gun sales have
bergened with black friday's purchases setting records as the dead enders have rushed to arm themselves. the recently and restless hilary marched in and finished them off. >> dick morris. >> stephanie: no that was a really bad guess. maureen dowd. we have julie bolcer of "the advocate" coming up to talk about doma and the supreme court talking up prop 8 as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello current tv land. jacki schechner thank you for alerting me to this. orly taitz is asking the 80,000 people watching her youtube video to join her for a protest at the white house. >> yeah. >> stephanie: jacki i bet more than 80,000 people watched the video of the dog in the fart machine, and yet i don't know if we can get them together at the white house. >> i'm not sure there is anything to petition there.
>> stephanie: well, because they were too busy looking for the monkey in the shearling coat. >> stephanie: i think it must have been from the kids department. >> stephanie: i'm buying that for you for a christmas present so you can wear it to the d.c. sexy liberal in january. because you are that little. >> i'm not that small. >> stephanie: yes, you are like a little love monkey. >> oh geez. 70% of americans want the president and congress to come some sort of compromise on avoiding the fiscal cliff. only 18% of people say they still want each side to dig in their heels and stand on principle. both asking each other could you be more specific? aids say the president wanted boehner to offer up more issues
on the tax revenue, and boehner wants the president to be more particularly about spending cuts. states have until this friday to tell the federal government whether they want to set up their own insurance exchanges or do it themselves. the government has given conditional approval to six tait -- states who want to do it themselves. six want a state and federal partnership, and six haven't said anything at all. tennessee is the latest to say it won't set up an online marketplace bringing the total to 21. republican governor said he is not a fan of the care act but he is one of several republicans who just did nothing until now, hoping the law would be overturned. we're back after the break.
[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: oh yeah. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. six minutes after the hour. charlie pierce rescheduled for tomorrow. he is a sad. he has a sick today. >> not a sad. he had a sick. >> stephanie: well he has a both. he will join ugh tomorrow and said he has some great stuff this week. stephaniemiller.com, you are email us all there like james
did from kansas city. steph and the mooks -- talking about sexy liberal -- long time listeners from los angeles no station in kansas city for progressive talk since harry truman and the state that elected a dead guy. how about make kansas city the midwest spot for sexy liberal. didn't they protest once of our shows? which one was it? they protested one of the sexy liberal. and i brought [ inaudible ] for them, because i'm a helper. >> it's a new year and time for a new inauguration and the president of the united states is once again barack obama. ♪
>> and time for a new sexy liberal. a new sexy liberal show. >> january 19th inauguration weekend in our nation's capitol >> we have serious problems to solve. >> featuring hal sparks. >> i have a lot of liberal friends who love this country enough to vote almost every other election. >> john fugelsang aisha tyler >> and now more bourbon, bitch i'm thirsty. >> and the queen of progressive talk radio, stephanie miller. the long-awaited washington, d.c. stephanie miller sexy liberal show. [ applause ] >> stephanie: oh my god.
my guests are going to [ censor bleep ] their pants when they see the two guests i have on panel. >> i think we just dropped a hint. >> stephanie: that's enough hints. [ ♪ patriotic music ♪ ] >> stephanie: okay. bill in arlington, virginia writes steph, i have in the past occasionally voted for republicans and would do so again if i could find one who was even remotely and honest. today's version of conservatives must have barry goldwater and your dad shaking their deads. i got to meet barry goldwater on several occasions. he would not be welcome in the gop of today, for one thing he was his own man. i seldom agreed with him, but i
came to respect him. the republican party has become the party of snake oil and motor oil. >> hey! >> stephanie: it's a pity because we really need two parties to run washington. [ applause ] >> stephanie: this one is -- well not really a love better kind of a perv letter. >> oh. >> stephanie: randy. >> randy. get it. >> stephanie: he's randy. >> yeah! >> stephanie: you can't fool me stephanie miller. i'm on to you. this whole, quote unquote, lesbian thing isn't fooling me. i see the way you look at chris. it's the same kind of hatred of marriage, but not -- i have been known to say, [ censor bleep ] or i'll fire you. i'm not falling for it anymore.
you think making believe that you want to marry jacki schechner is all you need to make us believe you like the ladies. and also i saw you playing with your hair like i asked you to. that is so hot. >> okay. >> stephanie: that's the other way i know you like men because i'm a man, why else would you do it? >> that makes total sense. >> stephanie: by the way you look hot in black. do that and more and the hair thing too. [ applause ] >> don't encourage him. >> stephanie: it took me years to get rid of the foot fetishes -- >> what happened there? >> stephanie: they saw your hideous show --
>> they asked me to take your feet off -- i mean your shoes off -- i'm tired. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: just take off my prosthetic foot. >> it's a foot! >> yeah. >> but they asked you to take your shoe off and you obliged them. why? >> i don't know. >> oh. >> they didn't really have interwebs back then. >> stephanie: well tommy in columbus -- he has a lot of people noticing this white hot electricity between us. >> me and you? >> stephanie: you and me. >> oh god! >> stephanie: steph i have come up with a perfect solution mrs. stephanie lavoie. >> no! >> stephanie: steph and chris have been a couple for longer than most people stay married.
not because we want to. we need each other in such a horrible toxic way. >> and i need a paycheck. >> stephanie: he is one of my paid friends. >> exactly. i just have to show up at the occasional party, and i'm in good. >> stephanie: it is always so touching. we have to come or you'll fire us. you already know how to touch each other buttons and really piss each other off. >> that's true. >> stephanie: hal sparks could do the music for free. it would be the first gay wedding with it's first bark bark. rocky mountain mike can do the promos for free. jim ward could get to slow dance with melissa fitzgerald. >> okay. >> stephanie: he finds a
starting number of pictures online to send to you. >> she is a hotty. >> stephanie: she is smoking hot. and there she is -- steph and chris could take separate honeymoons and then jacki schechner with a couple of drinks in here could be a lot of fun. [ applause ] >> stephanie: oh yeah. slip a ruefy in there, and -- >> i don't think you need a ruefy. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: excuse me! jim, what are you saying about our news goddess? [ laughter ] >> jim? >> what? >> stephanie: all right. okay. this -- julie bolcer from "the advocate," coming up at 8:30. this is interesting. we play be -- this may be a jacki situation. in 2003 justice scalia saw gay
marriage coming. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: [ inaudible ] rule in favor of marriage equality one justice warned nearly a decade ago -- like i would be a bad thing -- that the court had already paved the way to do just that. anthony scalia! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> after you read this i'll tell you what he said yesterday. >> stephanie: okay. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: the court ruled that states may not outlaw sodomy. justice scalia knocked down the legal basis for outlawing gay marriage. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: oh no! he said today's opinion dismantels the distinction. anthony kennedy's majority
opinion does not involve whether government must give formal recognition to any relationship that any homosexual person my enter. retort? do not believe it! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: he accused the majority of taking sides in the culture war and signed on to the homosexual agenda. it's all legal ease, but it's interesting. ten years later, public opinion as shifted dramatically in support of marriage equality. this reasoning leads on pretty shaky grounds [ inaudible ] to same-sex couple. ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ >> but then he took a few steps
back yesterday. he said if we cannot have moral feelings about homosexually can we have it against murder or other things ? >> stephanie: oh yeah. you are a disgrace in a robe sir. >> yeah. >> stephanie: all right. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: now you are going to get it. here she is journalistic goddess jacki schechner. jacki i'm defending your honor. >> jim signed a non-disclosure agreement. >> stephanie: jim, what happened after momma went to bed at her last party? >> i had to leave early. >> stephanie: this is what happens when we mix work and play. >> i'm not sure what he is referring to but if i had a good time it would be good for somebody to let me know. >> stephanie: we'll just make up
some stuff this weekend when we go to our play. >> yes i'm looking forward to this. i haven't seen a lot of theater here in l.a. with the exception of the sexy liberal show. >> stephanie: i was not aware we had theater or a public transportation system. >> we have theater and yes, you can take the red line to -- >> she is trying to not actually have to drive. >> stephanie: exactly. all right. honey, whatever you do this weekend, i will not tell jim a thing. >> oh, that is so not true. >> stephanie: all right. honey. love you! [ applause ] >> stephanie: you know what i'm serving at our wedding. >> our wedding? >> stephanie: sodastream! [ applause ] >> oh wow. >> stephanie: made fresh at home in less than 30 seconds. about as long as chris lasts --
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>> hello, newman. >> caller: i love it because that's the greeting i get every time i walk in -- >> stephanie: yeah it never gets old. >> caller: i love that mirage music that you have indicating that republicans are trying to hypnotize people. >> stephanie: what do you mean? [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> caller: they want to raise the standard of living but if you union bust how is a person going to make an honest living? all it does is have a reverse effect. the less money people make the less money people have to stimulate the economy. >> stephanie: that's right. you are telesmartest boy in class. guess what you get? you get a pro flowers gift code for that! get the perfect gift this holiday season go to pro
flowers.com and click on the promo code stephanie. one a day for the best phone call. judy in dallas you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi judy. >> caller: hello. i'm a first time caller. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: and i'm from the wonderful state of texas. jacki schechner at the beginning of the hour mentioned that they had extended fixing obamacare, and of course our governor has already said no way to this and for a state that prides itself on independence, he is getting the government do it. >> stephanie: yeah isn't that something, judy? that is in the isn't it ironic file. because they hate obama so much and don't want to help him with now the government is going to run it which is what they are against. they are hurting their own people just to make a point.
let's go to dana in maryland. >> caller: good morning, everybody. i wanted to tell chris about the d.c. show. he did kind of give a little hint. he said i think i might have give ina hint -- >> stephanie: all right. we have two huge surprise guests on panel -- >> caller: yeah. >> stephanie: okay. get to your point. >> caller: okay. when you're doing right-wing world and i'm saying shut up and jim is saying idiot. it's really fun -- >> stephanie: it's mystery science insult theater. >> caller: chris you beat me to it with scalia yesterday. >> yes. >> stephanie: and of all the disgusting things people have compared homosexuality is that not the worst?
and he is a supreme court. >> caller: oh yeah. especially when the murder rates in this country are so out of control. >> yeah, and there is a huge difference. >> caller: exactly. and so it scares me and i was wondering if you guys are a little worried or feeling confident >> stephanie: i don't think anybody has any illusions as to how scalia is going to vote. >> caller: i just get a little nervous about those middlemen -- >> stephanie: that's why you need to stay tuned because julie bolcer is coming up at the bottom of the hour. i just dragged you into doing a tease. >> you did. merry holidays everyone. >> stephanie: you too. all right. julie bolcer next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ ♪ wow, i've never seen anything
♪ >> sex, lies puberty, betrayal relay races -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> reflects the drama of the human race. >> stephanie: pretty hot. dana in maryland worried about the supreme court, who better to join us now than julie bolcer of "the advocate." good morning jewels. >> hi good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. i'm sure you have heard what scalia said of all of the things i have heard gay being compared to, murder that is a new one. >> it is a knew one. unfortunately i don't know that it is the first time that someone has probably made that
comparison, but for someone on the court, i do believe that that is a first. >> stephanie: he is a disgrace in my opinion. i couldn't believe during even the affordable fair arguments, late rally they were talk points from someone you would hear on right-wing radio. >> uh-huh. very shocking comments yes. >> stephanie: but you have to wonder if they may be part of the way -- when you look at the way john roberts ruled because he doesn't want this court to be seen as hyperpartisan. now do you think this is going to play out? >> i would say that it is a moment probably that brings more apprehension for lbgt advocates than maybe on the surface. i don't know with other people that you have talked to that the feel is one of outright euphoria
and enthusiasm for the court to be looking at this question. particularly in the proposition 8 case. i think feel more nervous about that prospect than they may have been letting on and i think the comments from justice scalia give you an indication as to why. so there is a lot at steak. and adding those remarks into the mix serve to highlight the issues that exist. >> stephanie: one thing that is interesting, you know, the story i was just doing. in 2003 justist scalia saw gay marriage coming in the sodomy case. he said basically this opens the door to gay marriage and i think he is right. >> uh-huh.
and you also mentioned justice roberts. you do have to consider his concern for his legacy here. i think as he matures as a chief justice in looking down the road, there is the question of where is this court going to be in history with him as the chief justice. so reigning in those comments and where the court will be in history will be a concern for him. >> stephanie: julie i talked to rob reiner chris perry, and sandy steer yesterday, all of whom are really optimistic. where are you on it? >> you know, as i said you know i kind of -- i get a lot of information from the people i talk to. my feeling is the front feeling, which is the optimism and the
good face and the positive face, and the positive foot forward, but i think if we go back to when the case was first filed -- this is the challenge to proposition eight. there was a really significant internal debate with some legal advocates saying that is not the way we want to go. but in the meantime i think more progress has hand on the state level. so what was a hesitancy of having the court ever look at the question was tempered somewhat by all of the developments that have happened more quickly than anyone thought in the past year year and a half, and now they are still looking at the question. >> stephanie: yeah the too far, too fast argument is some made about roe v. wade and all of that. but this is happening at record pace, more so than i think any
civil rights battle. somebody made the point it was because -- more and more people obviously have learned that they know somebody gay, whereas obviously they were saying that the civil rights movement, you didn't suddenly discover someone is black. >> right. >> stephanie: but i think as you say they do look at politics, look at the same polling we have, and look at the arc of history, and say a kennedy has the chance to do the brown versus board of education of our time. >> sure. we don't know who voted to take up the proposition 8 case right? at least four justices have to be supportive of the coming on board. could it have been for liberal justices thinking that kennedy, the presumed swing vote might be with them or those opposed to marriage equality presuming that
kennedy might be with them. but i think that the court despite being above the fray as it were it interacted with the political realities and the world, so it is standoffish but it cannot help being effected from those around us. >> stephanie: not only it is repulsive what scalia said it makes no legal sense? i'm seeing less and less legal reasoning for ruling against equal rights aren't you? >> i think so. and i think what is most potentially chilling about the marks is you say regardless of what he may think, but what does that tell us about what he thinks and the fact he will be looking at these cases, and
we're talking in particular about the proposition 8 case. but then what does it tell us about what is going through a justice's mind when that kind of remark is said. >> stephanie: i think what it goes to is what we have stumbled on. with murder it is pretty clear what the harm is. they could not prove what the harm is here. right? where is the harm? >> it makes some people feel oogy. >> stephanie: right. is feeling oogy is ale basis? >> exactly. and that was a rational used in nevada when there was a challenge against that in federal district court, and the judge upheld the ban, and that has now gone to appeal and i think the people who want to uphold the constitutional
amendment have appealed to the supreme court already last week. and the ruling was people who are heterosexual couples may be less inclined to get, you know, married if they know that the institution is open to same-sex couple. >> stephanie: you sort of implied it julie, but you are much more hopeful about doma. a lot of people i have heard think that is a slam dunk. >> i wouldn't go far as to say that because with the court we have to be open to anything. when a justice makes remarks such as had happened recently so what they are thinking about what they will ultimately do anything can happen. it's only because of the two, federal appeals court rulings, and then i think -- you know one can also find it very interesting because the court will also be presented with
question of the level of scrutiny that laws that affect gay and lesbian people should be subjected to. in this case the judges in the second circuit said you have to heighten that scrutiny. you better have a very very strong reason when you have a law that discriminates against gay and lesbian people. so we may come to the supreme court weighing in on that very important question. >> stephanie: okay. i'm happy clappy is my normal state, and i remain happy clappy about this although that was after several phone calls to rob and michelle reiner. are we there yet? >> yes. it has been a great amount of work and as ted ohlson told reporters last week it is gratifying. >> stephanie: when i read his piece in news week the conservative piece for gay
marriage, that's where i thought we crossed the tipping point, and when i was reading this week somebody wrote the religious case for gay americans, roman catholics, protestants are for it now. >> yes. >> stephanie: julie always great to talk to you, thanks so much. and we'll check in as this rollings along. >> i think mixed feelings is what it is. >> stephanie: yes. [ applause ] >> you are entitled to life liberty, and freedom from oogy-ness. >> stephanie: is that an actual term? i think it may be. >> e-plus does oogy-dom. >> stephanie: we posted on my
facebook page because being ridiculed in every way is the same. in this case it was this britain has got talent thing. it's the overweight kid, and you can see the looks on people's faces, and then he has this unbelievable voice, and it was talking about not judging people. >> kind of like a susan boyle situation -- >> he doesn't found fat. >> stephanie: okay. his voice is -- he's seventeen. >> yeah and he looks like a stoner. >> poverati was no -- you know what i'm saying. >> stephanie: women called fat girls on restaurant receipt. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> nice. >> stephanie: nice. nice. gawker writes how much longer must be go on receiving
insulting nicknames on our receipt before congress does something. i got the bill i was like why does this receipt say fat girls. when she asked the manager for an explanation, he has a smirk on his face like it was funny. ♪ you are an idiot ♪ >> stephanie: in the words of tom kennedy, don't be a [ censor bleep ] it's christmas. all right. forty-six minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> it's a combination of low self-esteem, blow blood sugar, and mixing red wine with my dog's (vo) this friday current tv presents a special event. >> nobody knows disasters like comedians. that's why for my upcoming benefit for victims of hurricane sandy, i booked the strongest, smartest comics i could find. my comedian friends and i will raise money to rebuild homes and lives one laugh at a time. so
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hitting him in a bat. >> however, if we were to drawn that would be ironic. >> stephanie: there going the norquist! [ applause ] >> stephanie: looky here it is a hate letter from someone named jeff. hey, steph, i don't actually watch your show -- >> then >> stephanie: oh jeff you can watch again in ten minutes -- >> or you would not watch it for another three-hours. >> stephanie: we're incredibly popular thanks to people like you that don't watch but have thoughts about it. hey, steph, i don't actually watch your show it's just that the cable channel has your show sandwiched between two relevant show. kind of like you and lie have
your head sandwiched between your two but cheeks. he didn't even spell it wrong. i just wanted to say hi, and asked if you realized how much more productive if you would be if you laid on your back and let those pencil faced boy -- [ applause ] >> stephanie: right. run along now to some relevant show. >> all right. >> that was a waste of time. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: i just -- just for the spelling but wrong it was worth it. >> stephanie: you but cheek. jacki alerted us that orly taitz
invited 80,000 who watched her youtube video to come rally with her. 80,000 people demonstrating before the white house or capitol building can make a difference. >> just because 80,000 watched your video, doesn't mean that there are 80,000 people that support you. most of those probably were kind of pointing and laughing. >> and one guy might have been 50 of them. >> yeah exactly. >> stephanie: you thought she was hot when she was in here. >> kind of. >> in a . . . >> stephanie: i could tap that. >> oh god, now you are going to get a cease and desist. >> stephanie: she doesn't want to cease and desist. >> i don't think there is a woman out there alive who would like to hear i'd tap that.
>> stephanie: all right. jim, dick army? >> yes. >> stephanie: not you. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: he says tea party candidates lost 2012 because leaders of the republican party didn't stop them from saying dumb things. todd akin and richard mourdock lost because the republican party didn't teach them to keep their opinions on issues line rape to themselves. >> there is a problem that you need to school them. >> stephanie: yeah. they said stupid things on a subject their party's leader should have schooled them on. >> just don't speak. >> stephanie: i am curious if he is going back to his original name now. >> shwaunc -- >> penis air force.
>> stephanie: barbara waters is a bit of a trollop. gawker describes her as lady of the streets freak in the sheets. she started to share a story about her own forays into the world of the insanely popular novel "50 shades of gray." she said i can remember a time in college when things got -- and then whoopi goldberg jumped in. barbara said i would just pretend to be asleep i was not chained up. oh! now i need to know what she was talking about. >> it was very quiet. what are you doing? what is happening? >> please stop it no don't. >> no don't.
don't stop. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: what is it like to hear that voice in bed. oh, that's vary vary good. beyonce has signed a $50 million pepsi deal. in other words i get $0.50 to tell you how much i love sodastream. >> i think you got a free sodastream. >> stephanie: i did. and i'm happy to do it. it is a much better product. and more environmentally friendly. so take that beyonce. >> if you liked it why don't you put a ring on it. >> stephanie: i once cried to that song. you know your life has taken a wrong turn when you are listening to dance music after a break up.
>> ah. >> ♪ the candy man can ♪ >> stephanie: charlie sheen says lindsay lohan never thanked him for the hundred thousand dollars he gave him. >> really? >> stephanie: not a text nothing. he is lucky she didn't run him over. >> yeah, there is that. charlie pierce has been rescheduled for tomorrow. >> and hump days with hal. >> stephanie: yes. i would like to thank chris lavoie jim ward bucky the christmas beaver jacki schechner, and everybody at the current control center. we'll see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪