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>> it's monday so you know it's true. >> we have a big, big show.
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we have representative john yarmuth. he talked about that in madson how jim ward is clearly the best impressionist in the country. you today on friday that mitch mcconnell said -- >> ahhhhh -- >> that he should make pour people into mulch. here now is jacki schechner with a current news update. >> good morning, stephanie, good morning, everyone. we all want now that mitt romney wants mothers to stay at home with their children as long as they are independently wealthy. he same that women who receive financial assistance should go back to work even if they have children as young as two.
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he would be willing to give more money to child work. this seems to be in direct contradiction to last week, when remarks were made about ann romney not understanding the real economic concerns of women. another video on line today that buzzfeed drug up of mitt romney running for senate where we talked about the realities of a two-income household and moms no longer have the luxury of being to stay at home. >> this is a different world than it was in the 1960s. now mom and dad both have to work whether they want to or not. >> we have new numbers out today about how much money the obama recollection campaign raise a total of $153 million in march.
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they released a new video saying it has 190,000 new donors in the last month. more stephanie coming up right after the break. ♪
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>>this is outrageous! [[vo]]cenk uygur calls out the mainstream media. >>the rest of the media seems like, "ho-hum, no big deal." we've have no choice, we've lost our democracy here. just refreshing to hear.
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no other television show does that. we're keeping it real. ♪ >> 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 ♪ >> great. we'll add that to the national debt. a bunch of columbian hookers we owe money to. thanks secret service. >> great. >> it's the monday show.
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>> there goes healthcare. >> thanks, yeah. >> because we have to pay some columbian whore. >> you don't want to stiff a columbian hooker. boy, i thought i had a weekend in madison. welcome to the wig month show. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. eric boehlert coming up representative john yarmuth who wrote a hilarious letter to mitch mcconnell. we don't know whether he did actually say -- >> i believe that poor people should happen to be turn into mulch. jim ward happens to be the best impressionist in the country, so sometimes you can't tell if he said that or not.
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>> it sounds like something he would say. [ applause ] >> madison how much does momma love madison wisconsin? it was the 1-year anniversary of the sexy liberal. it's off the hook. some of the money went to the recall scott walker campaign. it was a par and a tag. >> were drinks served? >> madison, hello? >> jim and i did the show from there years ago and they were drinking at 8:00 in the morning. i brought cheese curds home >> wow, did they stay fresh. >> it's really impressive how warm you were at the sexy liberal. >> some people say -- >> drunk. >> slutty? >> she's a slut look at her, a
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slut! >> jesse made a new tea bagging flag. here is a new and improved tea bagging flag. >> we will put that up. >> i sent to rowland for sexy liberal facebook. >> okay. >> all right. okay. so thank you madison, and what -- seriously you got to feel the energy there. the recall is coming up in i believe june. they are fired up, ready to go. because we were talking about scott walker telling the christian broadcasting network that he thinks god has a higher caller for him than governor of wisconsin. stupid governorship i didn't want it anyway. and we were saying saturday night we have a higher calling too it's called [ inaudible ]
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[ bell chimes ] >> and gay partners can't visit each other in the hospital. we're going to allow the koch brothers to visit him in prison because he is already used to being their beotch. you don't want to separate a koch from his sucker. >> no. >> yay. i'm sure we will have new pictures up. >> nude pictures? >> new pictures. >> you got my dander up. >> some might be nude. >> who could say. >> having the new show on current, it's bringing the trolls out. wow, welcome y'all on >> i didn't know those right-wing family values types could use such language. >> golly kids.
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we posted obama's top 50 accomplishments -- [ screaming ] >> and that made people lose their [ censor bleep ] minds. >> they went ape-dump. >> yeah. we'll go over some of that later, because i am prepared today, despite the fact that i am still -- >> drunk? >> yeah, on wine and cheese curds. i cut little things out of the paper. there is a -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> a clubbed called introverts united. they have meetings which apparently are somewhat quiet. while they are generally open during meetings there are sometimes awkward silents. must be short meetings. >> anybody have anything to add? >> no.
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>> okay. i'm sorry, i convened this meeting. it's a bad idea. >> it's my fault. >> no, no i blame myself. [ laughter ] >> did you know what lyndon johnson nicknamed his penis. >> yes. >> why? >> because i had a lot of time on the plane. >> jumbo. [ bell chimes ] >> that's correct. there is a guy doing a book on lyndon johnson -- >> and on lyndon's johnson. >> right. >> who did he tell that this information got public. lady is bird did she talk? >> you know who might chat at some point is my mom. because lyndon johnson played
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grab-ass with my mom. listen johnsonson kind of a perv. >> wow. okay then. >> she didn't see jumbo, i just think he was a little -- >> did lady bird come on to your dad? [ laughter ] >> i don't think so. i never heard that story. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> oh, heavens did you hear the latest news on the romney wars? moms on welfare should be required to work outside of the home or lose benefits. what? some people had the audacity to say that ann romney didn't understand the realities -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ]
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>> i take umbrage with that like it is difficult to decide how many dressage horses to have. yes, this -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> women who stay at home to raise their children should be given federal assistance for child care so they can have the dignity to return to work. >> i also like the idea that people who were receiving assistance, welfare assistance, have a responsibility of working. in my state we made progress in that regard, following the days of the welfare reform act, but when i was governor, 85% of the people on a form of welfare assistance in my state had no work requirements. and i wanted to increase the work requirements, i said even if you have a child two years of
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age, you need to go to work. and they said that's heartless. and i said no i want the individuals to have the dignity to go back to work. [ applause ] >> so his point is if you are too stupid to find a multi-billionaire to marry -- >> yeah you have to go to work. >> i want to see anne serving curlily fries at tgifriday. >> they have a lot of homes so there's a lot of potential areas to find a job. like if all of the curlily fries
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are taken -- >> absolute. she could go to an olive garden. >> she would be a car elevator mechanic. maybe she could go back to school. is there any money for that in his program. >> well, she does need to experience the dignity of work. >> yes! yes! how dare he rob her of her dignity like that. >> i'll cutting you off honey. you need to experience the dignity of work. [ laughter ] >> i'm buying another car elevator. >> maybe there's a job of hilary rosen's staff. [ laughter ] >> maybe hilary needs a nanny. [ laughter ] >> na na na na na ♪ >> i'm sure as a liberal she's apathetic and forgiving like that. >> sure. >> chantelle in jacksonville
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florida. welcome. >> hi, steph. my mooks. i have been a loyal listener since 2008. i think your impression of scott walker was spot on. i'm in the state of florida where our governor has basically given us a strangle hold and all of these people say romney is the best option. who else you got? >> that's it? republican 2012. >> really, you are going to go with that? it's like when i used to go on
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stage and people would go really are you going to wear that? >> all right. by the way, speaking of the tv, chris, i got the same number of emails you did. billions and billions of where did i get the t-shirt friday? the barack, one dog one vote? >> yeah. >> i have no idea. i'm on the road, people give me things, i don't know. >> i even did a quick google search. and i couldn't find it. >> i am on the road i'm frequently drunk, people give me gifts, i don't know. i don't even know where my pants are half he time. let alone a shirt. >> announcer: don't you wish your girlfriend was a freak like her? it's the "stephanie miller show." >> and we're still up on the -- >> oh no!
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>> yes. >> how unfortunate! >> i know! >> okay. >> look at you. >> look at me! [ recorded show playing in the background ] >> i pulled that right out of my ass and you pulled that right out of your ass. >> i know, we're kind of ass pullers.
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me and stephanie miller in the morning what a way to start the day. ♪ [ recorded show playing in the background ] >> all right. and we are hot! >> yeah, oh, yeah. woe, what? >> woe, what? [ indiscernible ]
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♪ ♪ one night in bangkok, can't be too careful with your company ♪ ♪ i can feel the devil walking next to -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ i get my kicks above the waistline, sunshine. >> you don't get enough murray head in cable tv. >> it's now the "stephanie miller show." why? because mitt romney gave me the dignity of work. [ bell chimes ] >> i need someone to travel with me, get my chardonnay.
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>> oh, yeah. that would save me a step every day. [ laughter ] >> as you guys know we have a number of high-paying positions here. >> you can have the dignity of working for no money. >> do you think we can get ann romney to paint the fence for free too? [ laughter ] >> no, i'm sure we could find a little cash. but she might have to lose a dressage horse or two. let's go to karl in nashville. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, karl. >> hi, steph listen i tell you what when i heard the mitt romney comments the only thing that come to mind is evil hypocrite. and it's amazing how these people get away with hijacking religion when there is nothing christ-like about them and then to hear about ann romney gleefully using, you know, the
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hilary rosen thing as an early birthday present. that lets you know where their mindset is. and me personally you know, the big thing now is to teach our kids about bullying and not let other people be bullied. and i would be hypocrite if i didn't come to hilary's defense and say, you know what you had a nanny as a child -- >> her point, karl was economic. and it was absolutely dead on. it's -- he is right. it's getting too sir to play -- >> wheel of right-wing hypocrites! >> these stay at home moms much differently than those backs by hundreds of millions in private easity income. poor women could be required to work outside of the home to
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receive assistance. even if you have a child two years of age you need to go to work. oh, that was just in january. >> ah. >> awesome. so the kids will have the dignity of being a latchkey kid. >> he said this is a different world, now mom and dad both have to work whether they want to or not. >> isn't that great? >> yeah. uniquely american. >> ann romney has a horse thing with a guide. >> yeah. >> so what is not awful that? nothing. nothing. [ applause ] >> i was reading a thing -- again i have entirely too much time on the plane. i have entirely too much preparation for the show. >> yeah, with we're not used to
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that. >> however, there is all of this titanic stuff. and he made a great point about that movie is about the 99%. i was in wisconsin you know, birthplace of the 99% movement -- >> and birthplace of cheese curds. >> yeah. uniquely american. but, yeah we were talking about that saturday night that that -- and that was crux of what hilary rosen -- her point was economic it wasn't meant to -- yeah. anyway, we were home with paul ryan. he is like don't worry about the iceberg. i have vouchers. >> and if you are in the irish band below deck i'll give you a voucher. how about a life vest?
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>> yeah. >> and scott walker is like the duchey rich guy. >> yeah. >> billy is always playing really creepy guys, but he is a really nice guy. >> lou in pennsylvania. how are you? >> hi, steph. i'm a former vietnam vet, and i just started watching your show and i think it's great. >> oh, thank you. >> it's so good to hear something for real. >> oh. a little too real at times, we'll see how it lasts. >> thank you, lou. >> thank you. >> right back with the rude pundit next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>>i know what i'm talking about and i love it and i try to bring that to the show. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> oh, all right. better. 34 minutes after the more. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. wolf blitzer, linda in washington, you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> hi, stephanie, i am so happy to be talking to you today, and i love your show. i was so hurt for hilary rosen to have to sit and listen to
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wolf blitzer talk to her like she was a 10 year old child. >> talk about the war on women. >> that's what i was going to say. that's the kind of thing that women have to face every day when they go into work. first you have to get the job and then be browbeaten by someone who has the power. and men still have the power. >> i felt like i was back in catholic school. i just could not believe his tone. >> i couldn't. and people are trying to take everything she said out of context, rather than listening to what she really said. >> literally he was like would you like to look in the camera and apologize to ann romney. >> we did play her apology. >> she said wolf i already
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apologized but okay. >> and he is like it didn't seem like to me. >> and so literally she was like okay. >> i'll have to throw you under the a bus and leave you there. >> i'm to go kick a hobo just to make my point that liberals suck. >> the media has such a like -- there are two sides to everything. we need to leave it there, before we let the democratic person say anything. >> yeah. just so show how not liberal we are. >> yes. let's get rude shall we? >> announcer: the rude pundit -- ♪
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>> -- pundit. >> good morning, poppa. >> good morning. >> that's why you always cut right to the heart of the matter. and your post is just oh [ censor bleep ] ann romney. [ laughter ] >> this is what also happens, right? it goes so over the top the other way this fake outrage, you know, in the media, right? >> right. there you had hilary rosen just basically misspeaking, which you would think that ann romney would be used to people misspeaking around her -- >> you think? >> i don't think mitt has ever apologized for any of those, and here is rosen being beaten in public for again what everybody is say, yeah she was pretty much right. >> yeah, nanny called into the show and said she has never
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worked a day in her life. >> doing dressage already makes anne -- and those top hats they wear while prancing around on their horses, oh, yes you are working so hard. >> anything that requires a paper hat, of course is real work -- >> you would hate to deny her the dignity of dressage. >> how easy is it to spot the hypocrisyies these day. >> between that and the degree in french. >> we're liberals and normally we love things all gay and
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french. >> we do. but if all she is use it for is to properly pronounce dressage, then you know -- >> is this the extent to our french? we are going to move on to -- [ speaking french. ] >> you write a great piece about this. it is everybody that piles on her, because it's just -- that's the sort of 24-hour news cycle. >> right. and this is one of those times when it is so aggravating with the obama administration responding to what the right-wing machine starts cranking out. as they did back during the -- >> shirley sherrod. >> yeah. >> just lay back a little bit and let them -- let them prance around and yell and scream and
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make themselves look ridiculous but don't validate what they are saying. >> rude, i actually agree with you on this as your official obama apologist. [ bell chimes ] >> but, again a lot of this is this news cycle. look at what wolf blitzer did. we're winning, quote, unquote the war against women by 20 points. and she did mistake her first sentence, don't you think? and it immediately made people able to go she is criticizing stay at home moms. >> she was talking about jobs and if there is anything that she has said that was even a little wrong is that ann romney has never had a job. but even if she said that, people would have jumped on what she said.
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being a stay at home mom not a job. >> but as you said ann romney has lived a privileged life and i think that was hilary's original point, was this is not the economic reality that most people face. >> there was a "new york times" report that i think came out today, i think that was saying that the majority of stay at home moms are actually women who did work, who many of them are women who did work who lost their jobs who decided you know what, screw the workplace, i'm going to stay home because my kids need me. they give an example of one woman who sold her car. she and her husband figured out how to cut back on everything and -- so she could stay home with one of her kids who is autistic. >> yeah. >> so there you go. that's -- i will say she works,
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but she doesn't have a job. and that's what rosen was talking about. she ask not facing the workplace every day or negotiate the workplace every day -- >> rude did you see michele bachmann on meet the press. she said women understand the economic realities better than her husbands because they buy the gas and groceries. ann romney has never filled her car with gas or shopped for grocery in her life. >> yes, what you are getting is that class's perspective on it and that's not what you form your economic policy based on that. and bachmann added on by the price of dealing with banking. what the hell? how many working-class people deal with the price of banking? >> except for the atm fee.
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2 bucks! >> i saw the sound bite of hilary and the cookies all weekend long -- is that what we're back too? >> yeah, just get over it. get over it. i know so many parents that would love to be stay at home parents. they would nothing more from their lives to be able to take care of their kids. either you cut back drastically on the expenses you have and live a pretty spartan life in order for one partner to be a state at home parent -- which by the way let's not get into the whole debate of how this has impacted stay at home dads. >> yeah. and again, part of it is generational, and -- in my mom's generation, they didn't have
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much of a choice and they had the luxury because as you said, to be a stay at home for the last generation is an indulgence that is primarily able to the privileged. >> yes. yes. [ laughter ] >> take out -- you know do some renovation on one of your houses in order to get a tax break on what that renovation gives you in order to make more cash. it's a non-debate and i love michele bachmann saying i thought it was shocking and insulting. >> oh, yes. shocking. shocking. >> yeah. >> who -- who can speak better to the sanctity of marriage. her husband has the dignity of work -- >> yes. just beautiful. >> he works a hard day at the office. >> if you are -- if that's your
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job, then -- then you know what that's not a job, that's a lifetime commitment -- >> yeah. >> to chasing the gay away. >> and if it is a job, he is not very good at it. >> maybe he is good with other people. maybe he is some kind of gay-chasing phantom. >> he is a people person. he is good at the outreach like ted hggart. >> what does he do? because he like to dress up as a vagina and go -- oh oh. >> how you tell. >> get the baseball bat. why did you do this to me! >> that washes the gay away. >> before we go part one
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tennessee gets even stupider. >> yeah the let's sneak creation threw the back door law -- >> are you still talking about marcus bachmann. >> no. >> you say the chemical origins of life, human cloning can produce controversy. it's a ball of retardation is the way you explain it. >> that list is in the law. that's what i think is so funny. that is just an alec-written law right there. and what other controversies are there? you know? after you get past that is there a controversy over -- i would guess for many republicans there would be a controversy over
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procreation. >> you say they will only teach the non-religious way that evolution is wrong, and how we were all [ censor bleep ] into existence by a masturbating sky wizard. [ laughter ] >> thank you. thank you. >> all you have to do is look at the milkiway -- >> you say the law is so backwards [ censor bleep ] it really is incredible in 2012. >> between and that you pile that on top of the bill that also got passed and signed that says that the ten commandments is a historic document that can be displayed at county courthouses, which i love that. i love that the ten commandments
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is an historic document. >> so is the koran. >> and they are changing their absence nans policy to say that there are gateway activities. hand-holding is a gateway to the sex. >> wow. >> yes. yes. so my palm is sweaty and growing hair -- [ laughter ] >> at least america is safe from the menace of hand holding. thank you republican. >> yes. yes. >> your rudeness especially rude and funny this week. >> and congratulations of getting the book published. >> the -- yes, enough viewers through in and preordered the book. so my bastard editors actually
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came through. >> see you next week honey. >> bye. >> announcer: for a good time call now, 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. ♪
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>>this is outrageous! we've have no choice, we've lost our democracy here.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ need to leave so i been trying all night long just to talk to you ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show," welcome to it, 53 minutes after the hour. veggie pot stickers anybody? >> no. >> america? america? >> too bad we don't have
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smell-o-vision. >> chris lavoie just said during the break, oh, my god, the women that cuts my hair is off for two weeks. [ screaming ] . >> you might not be able to see any scalp. >> yeah, you are cape fear. i'll do it with my no-no hair removal device. i'll do it live. >> do it live! we'll do it live! this [ censor bleep ] sucks! >> that's why i'll say about my haircut after you do it live this f-ing thing sucks [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] you know who has gym dansy, dick cheney is walking on his
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own three weeks after -- he just had to tell george bush about it. >> he was the furor in that. >> yes. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> yeah, he is some sort of robot. he walked without assistance and spoke for an hour and 15 minutes without seeming to tire since getting a new heart three weeks ago. he was at the wyoming republican convention. he said he thinks mitt romney is going to do a whale of a job. >> does he really talk like that. >> whatever! >> it's a giant blow hole is what he's saying. >> yes. [ heavy breathing ] [ heavy breathing ] >> yes, it's true like the wizard of oz i have benefited
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with what i'm told is a heart. i'll walk without an imperial walker -- [ laughter ] >> -- it also has enabled me to talk for an hour and 15 minutes without blinking or breathing. now if you will excuse me i have some catching up to do and if you don't like it you know what to do. [ heavy breathing ] [ heavy breathing ] >> okay -- >> i'm not done yet. [ heavy breathing ] [ heavy breathing ] >> there. >> okay. >> a very plenty galaxy. >> awesome. awesome. okay. thank you. he is the dick-bot. >> he is. >> he has just been reactivated.
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>> i'm just glad he had that government health care. >> yes. and i believe by the way that is jim ward, that is his job talking into a coffee cup. >> yes. >> and we have had that coffee cup -- >> this is the cia coffee cup. >> oh. >> thank god we don't have a secret service one. victoria secret service. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> we owe some hookers some money. okay. all right. kelly in honolulu wants to stand up for introverts. hello, kelly. >> hi. >> i just wanted to ask about your comments about introverts. i didn't catch that earlier. >> i just said i don't think that there was a group of
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introverts that meet. >> i don't know that either. >> that's probably because you don't get out of the house enough. >> that's probably true. >> they are probably short meetings right? >> no because i'm an introvert, when i have something really important to say -- >> well you can't be that introverted if you just called a national show and talked about being an introvert, am i right? [ laughter ] >> i thought about that before i called. >> she laughed in your face. >> she defought at me. >> as introverts will do. >> she is laughing really hard on the inside. >> eric boehlert joining us next for right-wing world on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ >> well, hello, current tv fans. i was just serving jim ward an hors-d' oeuvres, because i needed the dignity of work in addition to this job, as mitt romney feels pour women should have. eric boehlert joins us next and went have representative john yarmuth coming up who wrote a hilarious letter to senator mitch mcconnell about some inaccuracies in an editorial he
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wrote. >> a republican was inaccurate? >> yeah, exactly. but they write it in a very respectful congressional way. which is essentially this is why you are a lying sack senator. >> yes. >> you are a lying douche nozzle, and i mean that respectfully. [ laughter ] >> we also have talk about well-known varmint hunting mitt romney at the nra. now let's check in with jacki schechner. >> hi, stepny. good morning, everyone. president obama is calling for a vir rows investigation into reports of the secret service scandal that took place over the weekend, accused of misconduct including soliciting prostitutes and excessive drink. the president says he will not pass judgment until the
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investigation is complete. but all 11 members of the secret service have been placed on administrative leave. four congressional hearings will take place this week. this came to light after a news report that there would $823,000 spent on a conference in vegas in 2010. the gsa is like the real estate agency for federal buildings. the first hearing starts today at 1:30. and 32 victims of gun violence are holding a press conference on capitol hill today for the fifth anniversary of the shooting tragedy i have at virginia tech. all of the laws that have been passed since 2009 even though republicans will accuse
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because they need an elderly turk. they needed adult supervision. and i'll be doing governor jennifer grandholm's show on thursday night. which will be awesome. oh, by the way, meredith writes steph is it wrong for me to listen to the show on the way home and then rewatch on the tv. what is wrong with me? >> there is nothing with you. you just have a steph infection. it's all right. mario from chicago who calls all of the time. she was at madson sexy liberal saturday night. her forth show. >> wow. >> clearly she is do not experiencing the dignity of work.
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>> that's right. mike in raleigh sends us this. >> the barn owl says -- >> who let the doings out. >> he is hippo says -- >> she's a slut. >> the turtle says -- >> the top priority should be to deny president obama a second term. the chimpanzee says -- >> i would like to stay her all day, but i got to go to vegas -- >> the hyena says -- >> do it live! >> the sheep says -- >> we do not want it. >> where specific do you hear these things? >> fox news. >> awesome. eric boehlert from media matters for america. doing the lord's work as usual
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>> announcer: eric boehlert -- ♪ some on baby make it hurt so good ♪ >> eric boehlert from media matters, who we love. good morning, eric boehlert. >> good morning. >> looking at my weekend entertainment, which is eric boehlert's tweets. you say every week romney bows down to the nra it's a win for the white house. >> yeah. i mean -- you know obviously that had a lot to do with the hilary rosen controversy last week, and, you know, it's interesting that the right-wing media declared they were the winners of the war on women sweepstakes and they have democrats right where they want them. and, you know, they have been really loud in their objections even prior to hilary rosen's comments, so the war -- to the notion that the war on women is a fabrication, and the immediate
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yeah is just stoking the fires, and it doesn't exist, and as media matters pointed out, it is on an invention. is legislation all across the country that has to do with defunding planned parenthood with curving health care access for women -- >> governor kripkeeper in arizona just signed a really draconian abortion bill -- >> yeah. and they are all over the place. and the added irony of this was, a lot of these right-wing bloggers and talk show hosts were saying there's no war on women, and if there was one, the republicans had just won it. these are the same people that
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called called sandra a whore and a slut. >> by the way, hooch, my personal favorite. but as you wrote, fox incited herman cain to talk about hilary rosen. >> yeah, fox went bonkers. so they took this germ of a story which were the hilary rosen comments which there was a controversy, but at the end of the wake it was let's have herman cain come on and talk about well's rights. they kept trying to conflaet her comment into she is vice president or something. >> right. >> on fox they said someone who is perceived to be close to president obama. >> yeah, sure.
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>> that's half of democratic washington. >> yeah. >> there is no war on bitches. [ laughter ] >> and did you hear is unfortunate audio? >> i all thes like the idea that people who are receiving welfare assistance have a responsibility of working. in my state we made good progress in that regard following the days of the welfare reform act, but when i was governor, 85% of the people on a form of welfare assistance in my state had no work requirement. and i said even if you have a child two years of age. you need to go to work. and people said that's heartless, and i said no no, i'm willing to spend more giving day care to allow those parents to go back to work. i want the individuals to have the dignity of work. >> such good news for ann romney don't you think?
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>> that sheds some light of again where republicans are. on issues of moms and work and the whole conversation that ought to be taking place. poor moms who don't work have been the target of republican attacks for decades. so this notion that moms who don't work are just this close to sainthood just doesn't add up. >> and it goes to hilary rosen's real point. this is about economic inequality, which is exactly the point. as you say, mitten's tax recurrence must be astounding. talk about income inequality he is only releasing the last couple of years? i mean can you imagine? >> yeah, during the republican debates one of the most awkward moments every time it came up was his republican challengers
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would ask him about his tax returns, and he clearly did not have any answer in terms of why he hadn't released them, when he was going to release them will he actually release them. so that has been a legitimate issue since the beginning of the campaign, and i don't think one or two sentences from hilary rosen is going to change that. >> oh, i don't pay taxes that's for the little people. >> yeah, if he is running on his record of the businessman, what is he afraid of? >> well, it's interesting -- >> again this is part of the ongoing media debate or it should be, he's running on his record as a businessman, and he hasn't had a job for a decade. >> yeah. >> so again -- >> he only made about $20 million last year. it's hard to even live on that. >> and the speaking fees those just change -- that was money he
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found in the cushions. [ laughter ] >> by the way i eric i quoted your piece last week hurt feelings of the fox news candidates. [ baby crying ] >> yeah, it's funny because the campaign started and there was just a whole green room of fox, you know talkers deciding who wants to run? how could it be decided he wasn't going to run because he loved his fax paycheck? so the primary ends santorum and gingrich and payen are basically at war with fox news. and roger ails was saying gingrich is never coming back to fox. sarah palin never had a chance to be president.
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and rick santorum will never return to fox. once you are outside the tent you are outside forever, apparently that goes to the republican candidates as well. >> yeah. let's dive into the right-wing. here is a good idea. let's ask rush limbaugh what he thinks about the war on women. >> blabs was on tv today. i didn't see it. what they are telling me is that they ironed the curls out of her hair and darkened it a bit, and it looks -- it's a total makeover of debbie wasserman schultz in the aftermath of the hilary rosen controversy. >> not one to be talking about
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hair. >> that was some deep commentary. >> it was. but it shows about how deep his commentary goes about women. rush obviously has issues himself with women and powerful women. >> you think? >> hilary rosen makes a comment to debbie wasserman schultz goes to a hairdresser? >> right. that's easy to connect. >> that's how those gals talk. whatever. >> let's listening to the soothing tones of dana lohse. >> you want to talk about a war on women tony cats. >> obama hates women. if he liked women, he would buy michelle obama better clothes. i don't understand why he hates women so much. someone should take him out and question him seriously about why
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he doesn't like women or care about women. i'm serious about the clothing. what the hell is going on here? does he give a holy damn or not? >> wow! i missed the name of that guest. >> tony katz. >> oh wow. eric you want to start on that? >> and what is up with her hair? oh, my god. >> in a segment on war on women, dana lohse hosts a guest who ridicules michelle. >> some extreme misogynist. thanks for playing making our point exactly, dana. >> michelle obama has been the target of an unpressdented smear
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campaign. >> yeah. >> and what is this obama hates women. >> yeah. >> frankly if you go on the comment sections and read these blogs they are talking about how obama hates women, and his marriage is a sham -- >> sure. >> so to have this on dana lohse's talk show is really disgusting. >> you sounded like i winded you on that one. you can recover in the side car. kids i don't buy anything if it's on the interweb. >> we noticed. >> what is the place of going places. i hate those -- what do they call them? the parking structures in malls? no, i'm not doing it. >> as clumsily as you drive. >> yes. if you are not selling your stuff on line, you are missing a
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>> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ jump around jump around ♪ ♪ jump around ♪ ♪ jump around ♪ >> oh, boy. okay. i don't know -- you caught that during the commercial break, but that was heroing, cenk uygur that was me that just called and hung up. i was trying to text you. woe, you are my apple support. >> i got doning putting him in
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your contexts. and you said it was heroing. >> i was like it won't stop. >> eric boehlert remains in the side car, because i know how to operate the phone. >> the rule for buffet, for buffet to allow his men to be used in this fashion is disgraceful. i don't know why we gets away with it. i do know why, because the left-leaning media allows him do get away with it. and it's really gross. >> get away with it? >> offering to pay his fair
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share is gross? >> my hunch this might have come out -- after the gallop pull showed two to one americans support the buffet rule. >> exactly. >> so the people at fox is pulling their hair out saying how has an billionaire left us? i thought we were all part of this club where the goal is to get a 12% tax rate for billionaires. that definitely was a case of lashing out personally at warren buffet. >> yeah, exactly. megan kelly, fox show. >> we have [ inaudible ] who say there are real job creation numbers. and then we have others come on
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and say, no it is not real the unemployment rate is going down because people are giving up on the search. how are we supposed to know what is true? >> hum numbers are not real. >> that should be the fox news logo, right? how do we know what is real? [ laughter ] >> they spent about 22 hours of their day talking about what is real and not real. they are claiming the unemployment number isn't real and it is only real because everyone has abandoned the workplace. it's not economists or people who follow unemployment for a living. but the whole point is watching fox news is to be purposely mislead about things like the unemployment level. >> yeah. >> that's she is confused. >> so wondering why people confused is because of fox. >> i want to make sure we have
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time for sarah palin. >> we hear these claims from our president, heck nothing to work about, production is up. he plays semantics. god has created underfoot for us, for man's responsible use these untold trillions of natural gas and billions of billions of oil for our use. >> what? >> okay. only about 10 seconds to respond, eric. that's all we need. >> two things, one, so obama is rejecting god's gift to man, and two sarah palin has now been reduced to appearing on fox business. [ laughter ] >> that's right.
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>> we don't stop until we get answers that are truthful, serious, and not based on simplistic answers. >>we're here because we're independent. >> one of back magazines most promising clowns of 1958! [ laughter ] >> this is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it, 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. queen bee in tennessee, hi queen bee. >> hi y'all. >> how are you doing? go ahead. >> this is getting to be a habit with me. >> yes. >> i like it. i like it. [ overlapping speakers ] >> i have you on speed dial. >> what are you clarence
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thomas's wife? >> no. >> remember the magazine cover that depicted the president and first lady as pimp and hooker? >> oh, yeah. >> the first lady proved herself to be a lady by ignoring that. she rose above it and showed such poise. i think ann romney needs to take lady lessons from our first lady. >> yeah. exactly. all right. thank you queen bee. we were talking about the president calls on mitt romney to release his tax returns. >> i think it's important that any candidate for public office to be as transparent as possible. to let people know who we are, what we stand for, and, you know, i think that this is just carrying on a tradition that has existed throughout the modern presidency. >> i wonder what is in there,
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jim? i wonder if we would know exactly how many nannies ander is can'ts ann romney has? [ mysterious music ] >> romney accused obama of trying to create side shows. [ circus music ] >> joe biden. president obama and i believe it's simply wrong to have a system that is so riddled with loopholes and preferences -- >> yeah, the side shows. >> i'm not going to do the roger head hog thing -- >> talk. >> hum? >> roger hedgecock. >> i'm sorry. i keep getting that wrong.
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asked about public approval which is huge -- >> huge >> for the buffet role preibus said it's no more than a shiny object to detract from obama's record. i see we're idiots. >> yeah. >> so thank you. thank you for that respect. let's go to marlene in indiana. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hey, marlene? >> hi, steph. how are you doing? >> good. go ahead. >> i love your show. i love those guys on the show. especially the one with the white hair. >> oh, well, hello! >> but i don't know what ann romney's mother was doing in the 40s, but my mother worked constantly. >> yeah. >> and i want those democrats to stop apologizing to this lady
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ann romney, because i have five kids, and i worked all my life, and i mean worked. i mean the kids -- i had to count on my mother to help me, and my sisters helped me. i got five kids, and me and my husband worked until -- at 68 -- >> marlene, and by the way i stood up for ann romney to the degree -- nobody shows she might be a wonderful mother. we're not begrudging her. what we're saying is her economic reality is not yours and 90-something percent of american women. >> and where are you apologizing for what is freedom of speech? >> i'm not apologizing. i'm saying i think it is too personal to judge her as a mother. my mom had help, because we were a political family too, and she was a wonderful mother.
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that's when it gets personal. but it just -- anyway. >> what is with the hot white haired man -- >> i'm only gray from the front -- >> yeah, check that out. check that out. >> it's still veeral. >> well dave welcome. >> hello, steph. love you guys every day of the week and three times on friday. >> welcome. >> maybe you can propose this to a creationist that comes your way. if you google or look up any painting of adam and eve, why do they all have belly buttons? >> hum.
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hum. >> the world may never know. >> and we'll never get that 15 seconds of our lives back. let's go to shawn in kodiak alaska. howdy. what is doing in bear country? >> yeah, bear country. i have been sitting here listening to you guys. nobody has any right to make a comment about sarah palin unless they know her, and we do -- >> nobody has a right to make a comment about sarah palin. unless you know her? she was running for vice president. >> yeah, i think we have plenty of right to make a comment about her. >> we don't have a comment to make a comment about a public figure unless we know them. >> i was home sick tonight, and i am -- this is the first time i ever saw your show and you guys are cracking me up. okay.
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good. what do you think of sarah palin. >> i think she's wonderful. >> oh. >> what was that? >> nothing. nothing. why? >> because she is. she got a bad rap. >> in what way did she get a bad rap? >> they let her talk. >> oh wow. [ laughter ] >> you are just freaking her up there in kodiak. >> yeah, that's cold-hearted. >> not really. >> i think most people judged her to be not qualified vice president or president. you disagree? >> oh, yeah. absolutely. >> you find her well-spoken. >> yeah. >> oh, dear. >> really? all right. >> i think you are kind of hopped up on cold medicine aren't ya? [ laughter ] >> all right. >> you are cracking her up. [ applause ] >> maybe the bar is lower -- >> that never happens people who
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love me and sarah palin? that never happens. >> i blame it on the goof balls. when you are high on cold medicine sarah palin makes perfect sense. if you are high on nyquil and latitude, it makes perfect sense. >> maybe that's the key. maybe you should chug some complex whenever sarah palin is on tv -- and you'll be like that makes perfect sense. they are used to eating the word salad up there in alaska. joe in -- [ laughter ] >> she can see sarah palin's intellect from her house. debbie in seattle. hi, debbie. >> hi stephanie. >> hello! >> i wanted to ask you your
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thoughts on the war on women, specifically about the restrictions on abortions that a lot of the southern states have put on trying to get a free -- not a free, but a safe and legal abortion. i think it's more than that. if the right-wing had their way, they would want it legal for only white women to get abortions. because 54% of abortions are obtained by white women and girls. so i think it's a lot more insidious than they just want to take away women's rights. i think if they could go back and cheat -- prevent the whites from being a minority, i think that's where they are going. >> hum. that's a little con spirspiratorconspirator.
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the governor in arizona just signed another bill. there was a heart breaking story about a woman -- sometimes you have the medical knowledge -- and she was essentially forced to give birth to a baby that she knew it was going to die within minutes. >> and the new law also states that life beginning up to two weeks before conception. >> yes. >> the bony white woman finger that she shoved in the president's face -- >> life begins just after the first date. >> yeah essentially. >> that makes no sense at all. >> joe in seattle, welcome. >> good morning. thank you. i have heard you having to bleep yourself out a bunch and in my personal life i have replaced
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the f-bomb with boner. >> i don't give a boner. okay. >> yeah, and you get to make a political statement at the same time. and speaking of political statements where was hilary's bff. what she did was the equivalent of putting your hand in a garbage disposal to see what is stuck down there. >> she is good with words. i talk three hours a day, and you sometimes don't use the best of words. >> that's a boner. >> exactly. thank you. >> sometimes you don't use the best choice of flllornnnn -- like when you meant to say blllaaaa. >> or government. >> naaaa, or nuuuuu.
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1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. the well-known varmint hunter spokes to the nra, mittens. do you need to shoot a rodent? >> with a pellet gun, perhaps. >> i'm just saying rat poison. >> okay. >> i think he basically was saying the scary black man is going to take your guns in the second term. [ eerie music ] >> how many gun control measures have barack obama enacted? >> zero. >> that would be exactly zero. [ applause ] >> there is nothing about guns. >> he just lulls you into a state of -- >> who enacted a weapon's ban? several other -- who said the nra? i don't line up with the nra's views. >> w?
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>> no, mitt romney. >> oh? massachusetts. [ applause ] >> yes. several strict gun control -- >> oh. >> but that scary black guy will take your guns. [ eerie music ] >> scary white guy will take your guns away. >> i think obama should do a campaign ad like that. mitt romney wants to take away your guns. [ eerie music ] >> you will be defenseless against varmints. mittens. >> we need a president who will stand up for hunters and sportsman. >> oh. >> he has not, not said that he wouldn't not not take your guns away. ha! >> yeah. >> we need pat who will enforce current laws not create new ones that only serve to burden
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lawful gun owners. i will. >> oh. tripped yourself up there mittens. >> he inadvertently spoke the truth. >> i think you need to load the lie cannon twice on that one. the president has not created any new gun laws. ♪ lie, lie lie, lie, why must you be such a fat liar ♪ >> the right to bear arms is so plainly stated, that liberals have a hard time challenging it directly instead they have been employing every imaginable rues and ploy. >> yeah, in the interesting of creating a well-regulated militia. >> yeah. >> they always leave that part out. >> it's time to elect a president who will defend the
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rights of the american people. i will protect the rights of the second amendment of the american people. okay. our gun laws will not be ignored. >> i'm not going to be ignored! >> i know the president has browbeaten the supreme court. >> we have seen this president try to browbeat the supreme court. in his second term he would remake it. and we must not let that happen. >> yeah, we'll have wild-eyed lefty radicals like elaine that kagan. >> yeah. and newt double downed. he had another one of those big ideas. >> big stupid ideas.
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>> we told the nra that they are too timid, and if he were president he would push the government to expand gun rights to the entire world. now that will be trouble when he's president of the moon. >> guns on the moon. snakes on a plane -- >> and with one-sixths the gravity, bullets will just go zoom. >> what? >> newty is slowly going nuts. >> yes. >> i think we need a un treaty that extents the right to bear arms to every person on the planet. what? >> how about blind people? they should have guns? how is that going to work out?
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>> he also floated a sinister theory. [ eerie music ] >> he said -- let's see. let's take the hilary clintons head on, they represent a world in which the elite disarm the rest of us we are then helpless when evil reappears. what are you talking about you crazy bastard. >> he is making [ censor bleep ] up. >> maybe he should ask the police about everyone bearing arms -- >> everyone in prison? >> everyone on the planet. >> that would include people in prison, people that are mentally ill. jeffery domer. >> you know who is even crazier the president of the nra. here is one of the favorite
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things said at the nra convention. he went off on reporters and said i will not comment on the trayvon martin case without a full understanding of the facts, but accused the news media of not covering other violent crimes. he spoke to reporters who said you dishonesty is directly contributes to the classic american's freedom in our country. reporters are investor relations responsible. and he said right now there is a reporter out there that is writing that the nra and i am crazy. that reporter should think of what it must have september like on that faithful september day in the world trade center. >> shut up! [ dramatic music ] >> when if everyone was bearing arms we should have just shot those planes down. >> what an idiot!
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>> he said people should have shot the planes down -- >> their answer is always more guns. if everyone on the gun -- or on the plane had had a gun -- >> if only the north vietnamese had more gun -- >> people on the titanic had guns they should have shot that iceberg down to like an iceberg this big. >> unless it ricochetted and killed everyone on the deck. stuff happens. even children should have gun. and you are glad the people on the titanic died. >> 9/11, 9/11, 9/11. >> what? i have a headache. back with representative john yarmuth next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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