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♪[ theme music ]♪ cucurrttv gogoododcurrrnrnttinvg.g. just blurt phrases from our psas randomly. we think we'll be in a radio show nursing home some day blurting out language that only we understand. debbie satbenow on the show
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today from the great state of michigan. and we have charlie pierce. he called ron paul a hilarious name that we'll talk about. there will not be -- having a grand jury in the trayvon martin case. we'll talk about what that means or not. and in the meantime here is jacki schechner with a current tv update. >> good morning, everyone. president obama hits the campaign trail today. he is heading down to florida to talk about the economy. he is going to give a speesh at florida atlantic university in florida. he is going to hone in specifically on the buffet rule and that millionaires and billionaires don't pay a lower rate than middle is class americans. the republican candidates are back up on the campaign trail today. mitt romney will do a rally in delaware and then head to pennsylvania.
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rick santorum's daughter bella is out of the hospital. he cancelled a couple of events this morning to spend time with her. by added an event this afternoon. we have newt gingrich who is in north carolina, and ron paul has a townhall at texas a&m. at least $40 million of your money is mowing lawns. abc news has a report out talking about tax payers bailing out freddie mac and fannie mae. the money comes up to about a half billion dollars maintaining vacant homes. fannie mae will tell you the reason why this money is good is houses will sell at a higher price down the line.
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♪ >> 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 ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. 6 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the toll free number anywhere. this morning consisted of what it normally does me asking for something i wanted like 8.5 seconds ago.
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>> i really, really appreciate that. >> my pleasure. no it's all right. we'll do it later. it's fine. we were also saying you can see it was a really light day yesterday for sound bites. and now we're on tv and we can't just have jim do them. and we can't just go mitch mcconnell said yesterday -- >> i believe that poor people ought to be turned into mulch. [ applause ] >> he might have said that. >> he was thinking it, i bet. >> people can see at that it's him and not an actual sound bite. >> port of the reason we're light in sound bites is congress is in recess now. >> yeah. >> they are playing kick ball? >> yeah. they are playing head's up seven-up. >> even the budget monster? i bet he is a poor sport. >> i won't go!
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i won't! i won't! [ laughter ] >> you can't make me! >> go to the kick ball game. stop it. all right. it was because yesterday was the easter egg roll at the white house. so this is what fox is going to fill in a slow news day with. fox. okay. let me see here. obama's image adorns basketballs at easter egg roll. they are going to turn this something scary and racist. >> is that really appropriate, though, be playing is basketball with the president's face. >> yeah? that just doesn't seem -- >> yesterday's white house easter egg roll the easter bunny -- sure a muslim would do just to throw you off.
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[ screaming ] >> assorted costume characters. this year also featured the barack obama memorial basketball. >> memorial? >> yeah, i don't know what that means. players used red white and blue balls emblazened with a portrait of the president. obama signed some of the balls. and posed for pictures with some of the professional basketball players. [ dramatic music ] >> uh-huh. the president also missed at least seven shots before hitting one. so you get the point, he sucks at basketball. [ dramatic music ] >> but he doesn't. >> well, he is clearly half white. [ fast-paced music ] >> that and if you have seen him dance, but any way -- you told some perverted story yesterday
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about your egg roll you used to go to as a kid. >> yeah, you rolled an egg down the line with your nose, and my mom said use your tongue. so i started licking the grass -- >> no wonder you grew up to a communist. >> i'm guessing that's the last time my mom said. >> i heard that from one dad once. [ buzzer sounds ] >> that's really unbelievable. the george zimmerman defense fund website. he would like you to send him money. i am the real george >> yeah. >> the other breaking new yesterday, of course, was after dismissing the use of a grand jury the special prosecutor must decide whether to charge him or
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not. people on both sides are spinning it as to what that means or not. >> well, the martin thinks this now allows for an arrest of george zimmerman. >> right. they may not need a grand jury. >> right. >> but didn't someone on zimmerman's side say we applaud her courage. huh? don't you think him putting up a defense fund assuming he thinks he is going to be charged. >> sure. >> or just send money to this paypal account. >> or he just likes flags. >> yeah, i don't get that. it is very patriotic. >> if you have a defense fund it implies you are guilty of something like shooting an unarmed kid. there was spray paint on a building that said long live
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zimmerman and that was a photo taken from a vandalized black culture center. >> interesting. >> yeah i'm sure that will be in the defense brief. >> yeah. >> did you or did you not vandalize? yep, and i would do it again. >> angela corey, said the case will not go to a grand jury. from the moment she was assigned she noted she may not need a grand jury. the petition should not be considered a factor in the final determination of her case in her office. the ap did note that only first degree murder cases require the use of grand juries in florida. so i'm not sure why this wouldn't be considered first degree. it sure looks to me, jim, like he was, you know stalking the kid with the skittles and then
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killed the kid. >> yeah. >> the lawyer for martins family said they are trying to have patience and faith through all of this. we want a public trial to show the system works for everybody. zimmerman could be arrested as early as this week. is this due to the website -- >> yeah, i think he knows the writing on the wall -- >> see what you did there? >> uh-huh. >> lawyers for zimmerman said if he is not charged, he'll speak out. i see. and also he's maybe afraid he might incriminate himself like the other people who have spoken for him with the confusing and sometimes inaccurate stories about what hand. so anyway that's the latest. >> he also complains he has lost his livelihood his job -- >> he is kind of whiny. >> yeah. >> trayvon martin lost his life. so there is that.
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>> yeah. >> sorry george. you took a life away. >> yeah. how great was rob reiner yesterday, everybody? [ applause ] >> we like to give the newbies a start. [ laughter ] >> we took a long time to explain the cameras, lights -- >> i think that kid has a future. >> we should have let him direct the control room. >> oh sure. >> who wrote on the live blog about the lighting now or something? >> oh, yeah, chris. that's long gone i'm sorry. >> that's all right. he said it looks like a what? >> like an early '80s -- >> some sort of eye-sere kleglighting. steph didn't they give you any pointers about how to handle harsh lighting. >> okay.
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[ fast-paced music ] >> sexy liberal off to wisconsin this saturday. we'll be at the barry more it has been sold out for a lock time. don't bother. >> that alan barrymore or his brother? >> no it was named after drew barrymore. >> what is the point of you two? [ laughter ] >> could you take your organ out for me chris? >> right away. >> this is rich. scott walker god has got a plan for me that may include higher office. >> wow! >> okay. >> wisconsin's governor scott walker believes, quote, god has a plan for us that may include bigger things than this job. i don't want this job any way, stupid, wisconsin. i'm supposed to be president. walker told the christian
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broadcasting network. [ applause ] >> god has a plan for you that may include -- >> prison. >> yes. let's hope prison. let's hope prison. [ applause ] >> i think you guys know where it might be. >> judging from all the irregularities. >> what does that take? god doesn't want me to waste my time as governor of wisconsin. he has bigger plans for me. 16 minutes after the hour, kids carbonite, carbonite, carbonite. i should just stop there. because if you don't know what i'm talking about, you don't deserve to know. >> we might have new viewers and listeners. >> a computer disaster it's not if it's when. someone could steal your laptop. >> someone? >> i refer to an underlink that
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>>just refreshing to hear. no other television show does that. we're keeping it real.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ >> it is the "stephanie miller show." yeah. 22 minutes after the hour. senator debbie satbenow of the great state of michigan combing up. 1-800-steph-1-2 the number toll free from anywhere. anybody truly can be on tv if you can just talk in sound bites and go this is what i think no grand jury means, and the jargon --
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>> it may help if we had lawyers calling in. >> yeah. here is the real george zimmerman very patriotic. >> uh-huh. >> apparently you hate america if you don't send george zimmerman money. i am the real george zimmerman. are there a lot of fake zimmerman websites. on sunday february 26th i was involved in a life-altering event -- >> you shot and killed a kid. >> oh i was involved in an event -- i think it ruined my career. >> and mistakes were made. this website's soul purpose is to ensure my supporters of receiving my full attention out any intermediaries. i have created a paypal account as i would like to provide an
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avenue to thank my supporters. >> by taking your money. >> yeah. >> are you sure those aren't con federate flags on there. >> exactly. >> i am not one of your fans! >> exactly. who is like oh good job. here is some money? so i can thank my supporters personally and ensure any funds provided are used only for living expense and defense fund. [ baby crying ] >> wouldn't you think first of all that's why there should be an an inarrest and actual investigation because who would blame an employer that would go that seems like that ought to be investigated before i hire you. >> yeah. >> sexy liberal tour director roland, the high-strung tour director --
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>> yeah. >> he says yesterday i think we had our biggest onsale day ever. hang on let me see this. columbus huge on-sale day. more than half the theater is already sold out in 24 hours. [ applause ] >> august 18th. hurry go to because then i'm done. mike in raleigh says i'm meeting with with scahand connie pick. >> get ready steph this sunday it's the ultimate stephanie miller experience. this sunday at the fort wane holiday inn. don't miss your chance to experience your inner moose. come join other stephanie miller
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collectors. >> what have you got there? >> i got an autograph. >> i got a tape of all of steph's old tv shows. but it's on beta. you want to come with me chris lavoie is signing copies of his book. >> sure. >> featuring last year's keynote speaker, jim ward. >> i keep telling her get a life. [ laughter ] >> i'm mike in raleigh. >> i'm tom hanks. >> we are not associated with the "stephanie miller show" or the sexy liberal show and is not real. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> hey marty. >> hey a little something on the recall walker. my mother-in-law, teacher of 48 years was at our local grocery store.
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somebody put an i stand with walker one of those rubber wristbands, flip it over made in china. >> of course. that figures. >> stand with walker, but make it in china. >> yeah. marty i don't know if you heard the story earlier but you don't have to bother with the recall because he is going to be president and then pope. >> oh yeah. >> he doesn't have to bother spending time with you badgers. >> i think it will be vertical metal bars. >> all right. thank you marty. see you saturday. yay, madison. >> how much time will these cigarettes buy me. >> that song "we will stand with governor walker." >> oh, yeah. >> governor walker supporters just cheesy cheesy cheesy. it's like that up with people
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reject. ♪ we will stand ♪ >> somebody did that for stephanie miller. we should play that on saturday. ♪ >> really? ♪ when we face an uphill climb, with a future not to bright there was one man for the time who was promising to fight ♪ ♪ he would stand up for a cause ♪ >> oh! all right. i can't take anymore. [ buzzer sounds ] >> bad jewelry and bad singing voices. >> yeah. >> it's comprised entirely of bob dylan. he was just the one off note. william in florida you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> good morning. i have a couple of things for you on the war on women. more women than men in the united states, more women voters
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than men in the united states. they control most of the health. >> i'm not sure that's true. >> they live longer more for medicare, and medicaid, uh-huh. >> more food stamps more rent and power subsidies. >> where are you getting these statistics from william? >> ma'am? >> where are you getting them from? >> i am just writing them down. i was in the medical insurance business for a little over 30 years -- >> so your point is there's no war on women. >> no, my point is both sides of the story should be told rather than just one side. >> that's the first one someone admitted that they wrote down the facts. >> yes. just making them up. >> enough said. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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is on the new news network. >>welcome to the war room. >>jennifer granholm joins current tv. a former two-term governor. >>make your voice heard. >>detremined to find solutions. >>that partnership in order to invest in our country is critical. >>driven to find the truth. >>how did romney get his groove back? >>fearless, independent and above all, politically direct.
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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. no other television show
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does that. we're keeping it real. ♪ >> thanks for the fun. >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> you were my best bitch. [ laughter ] >> it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. let's go to dan in new york. >> hey steph. i loved the detroit show. >> thank you honey. >> so i was down south a couple of years ago in a bar and these idiots were talking about the con federate flag and i said i think you should the con federate flag.
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i'm a liberal. and they were like really? and i said yeah but you should just use the last official flag which is the white one. >> and they probably didn't even get that, did that? >> oh, they did. i had to back out of the bar. >> all right. let's go to jim. >> i was curious about the zimmerman defense fund. what do they do with that money if he is never arrested? >> that's a really good point. that's why i'm wondering if he knows he is going to be arrested because exactly. >> unless he gets free money -- >> yeah, he just wants the money. but it really takes some kahunas, it's now like maybe you should have thought of all of this before you stalked an
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unarmed teenager. >> i'm on disability and i'm called the welfare guy. i get sent $100 a month hah they expect i'm some kind of living high on the hog kind of guy. >> that's a good point. does he give the money back if he is not charged? >> oh, hell no. >> hell to the no. i'm sorry but who would give to that, unless you are racist? you don't -- that's why there needs to be an investigation. because you don't know if this guy is guilty. >> there needs to be an arrest. come on he just shot a kid. what it happens all the time. send him money. [ laughter ] >> speaking of good causes we're going to be giving money again to the recall walker -- what do you call it? >> effort?
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>> no, we won't. i forget -- i'm sorry i'm blanking. i think it's wisconsin united. and we are going to give money and obviously the republican aid we got some of them so i think they did a show in honor of us. they will stand with me for sure. ♪ ♪ when you first heard this name throw with this governor not to bright, there was one woman so strong, that was showing us the light, with her box wine, and the jokes she tells, what a sexy liberal who's radio show is so smart ♪ ♪ we will stand by stephanie miller ♪
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♪ because she's really not that old, not as old as phyllis diller ♪ ♪ we will stand by stephanie miller ♪ ♪ because her show is well thought out, with very little filler ♪ >> i get it. thank you mike in raleigh. [ applause ] >> megan in chicago. hi, megan, welcome. >> good morning, stephanie. good morning, mooks. good morning. >> william in florida war on women. that was list on his etch-a-sketch? >> yeah. >> and my second question regarding the same topic. first there was no war on women, and then when the gop women came out and said yeah, there is, then obama administration
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started it, so which is it? >> they told me there's no war on women. they said what? oh, dang it. >> he was on a local radio show which i would like to give that a listen. [ music from deliverance. ] >> he doesn't know about the female members on his caucus. >> he has no control over his caucus. he said members of his caucus agree with him. he said there is no issue. [ mumbling ] >> senator kay bailey hutchison, from maine, i think would be the first to say, alaska we don't see any evidence of this except that they do.
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>> yeah, they do. [ applause ] >> the senior senator's -- as tom delay would say -- >> kay bailey hutch enson, the senior -- senior senior citizen -- senator -- >> yeah. he needs to go back to his ter rare um and talk to his little turtle family. >> he needs to go back to his turtle tunnel. >> and have a little chat. >> once the egg hatches, i will have a discussion with my fee meal offspring. >> the eggs that elaine chow laid? what that is his wife. [ buzzer sounds ] [ laughter ] >> speaks about the war against women, albright has some us in
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for donald trump, the world does not evolve around his penis. she explained to trump the whole world does not revolve around his anatomy, and she would have to use a magnifying glass -- >> you know what she was thinking? what would stephanie miller say? >> sure. huge! >> huge! >> hi kaz in syracuse. >> hi. i got a question. zimmerman did the policemen get the gun or give it back to him. >> i assume they gave it back to
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him, kaz, since they did not charge him with anything right? okay. we lost him. or he lost interest in me like most men. [ applause ] >> yeah, that's a good question. right? because how do you do ballistics tests and all of that. but i assume since there was no charge, there was no grounds to keep the gun. let's see what is going on in the right-wing world. ana navarro on the situation. >> the worst thing mitt romney can do is be insincere. we all know he is a wealthy, successful man. he has made his money. he doesn't need to apologize about it. he needs to embrace it except it and not be awkward about it. in america being wealthy is a good thing.
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>> sure. especially if he is sending jobs overseas. >> the last thing he should be is awkward. >> i'm the most awkward man in the world. >> otherwise he would come off as authentic in some way. >> yeah. >> that's crazy. >> i'm filthy rich and you are not. suck on that bitches. >> i believe he actually said suck on my gravel -- he said eat my gravel soup bitches. [ laughter ] >> okay. steve on fox and friends. >> the economy now working for the president as a campaign issue. the stimulus didn't work out so well. so in the last couple of months what they have done the democrats is they are invented this phony war on women. there is a war for women, because they would like to have as many women vote for their candidates.
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and it is working too. >> and it's working too! >> i read off the cue card unconvincingly. >> yeah. there's another poll we'll get to later, but yeah -- >> did he ask any women about the war on women? >> not really much like the hearing that did not have one woman on the panel. >> i think gretchen screeched something. but that's it. >> that is a liberal bias. >> peter johnson who's name is -- peter johnson, he is a legal analyst. >> yeah, i have heard. >> it seems to be kind of an mantra of the obama administration that constitutional rights go by the board to favor political rights, political expediency in an
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election year. >> it wasn't the right-wing justices, it's the president that is politicizing trying to get you people health care. i see. >> whatever! >> all right. >> all right. >> by the way his name is peter johnson. >> he is not a very good legal analyst. >> this stuff he did that is probably not lawful-ish i think. >> okay. all right. >> bless their hearts. >> bless their hearts. >> announcer: there's a tea party in her pants, and you are invited. call now, 1-800-steph-1-2 ♪
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♪ sweet home -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ where the skies are so blue, sweet home -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ -- lord i'm coming home to you ♪ . >> it is the "stephanie miller show." you know the best thing about this new tv show? my mom can check and make sure i'm eating okay. this is halibut and vegetables. >> it's not like you bring in danishes and burritos. >> yeah. she was very concerned about any back -- remember i threw my back out doing comedy. because i didn't do it right.
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meanwhile my 80-year-old mother has never broken anything. >> there was that was sky-driving incident. >> george bush, sr. sabotaged her shoot. or that time she cold cocked that guy in a bar, but that was not her fault. >> it was an accident. could have happened to anybody. >> john in kentucky you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, john. >> hi, how are you? >> good. go ahead. >> the comment the gentlemen just made about the con federate flag. the guy drinking his coffee right now on tv -- >> i believe you told the screener it was a black guy -- >> jim, how tall you? >> 5'10".
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>> he is not a short guy he is just sitting down sir. >> any way he made a comment. he needs to understand that that con federate flag also stands for all black americans that fought about died for the south in the civil war. >> have you asked a black person about that. why do you think black people are not fond of the con federate flag then? >> because they don't understand. >> so it's their fault. they are stupid for not understanding -- >> no -- if people would educate themselves they wouldn't have racism in the united states. okay. people keep it going. >> the economy of the confederacy was based on slavery. i doubt those guys were volunteers. >> a lot of them were volunteers. >> the vast majority of them
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were slaves, not volunteers. >> when you say the vast majority of them okay the rest of them that volunteers then you are erasing them from history, when you say that is a racist flag -- >> no. >> you are dishonoring those americans that fought for the south. >> all right. we'll see if any black people have a comment on that. >> why would they fight for that flag? >> because that was their side of the country. >> i see. their side of the country -- >> you where wrong. ♪ zipty do dau, zipty eh ♪ >> don't many mean to the little person that works with me. >> yeah, stop it! ♪
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♪ you drive us wild we'll drive you crazy ♪ [ applause ] >> current says the new tv show is awesome. because now we're getting visual insults. >> you should see the chair in the studio here. >> they are built with parts of other chairs -- >> rebecca is not used to the uh-huh. yes, the buff guy does have a big chest. uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> all right. that was awesome. [ applause ] >> okay. >> and the blacks who fought for the confederacy, i would love to see a show of hands if they are still around how many of you guys did that voluntarily. >> yeah call now, what is up y'all black people? do you love the con federate flag as much as john from kentucky say you do. sense some people may beg to differ.
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>> yeah, little bit. >> well it's because women just don't agree there is a war on women. >> all right. let's finish up right-wing world. >> why would a political party not want people to have to prove who they are to vote? >> you are missing the point. >> people win elections because they can't win them straight up. liberals are only 30% of the population -- oh no 20%. >> i wonder how obama won in a landslide. >> it was those black con federate war veterans. >> yeah. it was black fans of the con federate flag. >> yeah. because they loved it so much. >> laura ingram in for o'reilly. >> let's talk about what is clearly the core of obama's
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recollection strategy and it is to divide and concur and on this issue of women, he seems to be doing this to some effect. their poll say different things at different times, but there has been two or three polls that have come out that have demonstrated that mitt romney has fallen somewhat against women. >> hum. let's say. oh obama leads romney by 19 points. >> but it's something like 47 to -- >> yeah. >> i -- i don't remember exactly the number. but it's a huge number. >> yes it's larger than donald trumps -- >> huge! >> huge! >> it's larger than how jim looks on tv. >> yeah. hey, knock it off. >> can jim have a taller chair?
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>> we need a booster seat for you. >> i'm squatting. >> jim is at the kid's table. >> he is at the card table in the kitchen. >> i'm literally like a sumo wrestler stance. >> don't have a record to run on in 2008 and constantly accused of using scare tactics, but exactly what obama is doing now. >> yeah, that's exactly what he is doing. >> quiet over this short stuff. [ applause ] [ laughter ] >> marie in virginia you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> i have a question as to whether zimmerman has his gun. according to what i saw, it was given back to him that night. >> and they had no reason to take it from him. >> well -- >> well, they had a reason, but
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they didn't arrest him, so they couldn't have taken it away from him. >> they could seize it as evidence for the investigation. >> if he was arrested -- >> no, if there was going to be an investigation. >> that is key evidence. how you could dismiss it that night -- >> yeah, check the ballistics, and see if stories match up. check for powder residue on his hands. >> yeah. jim just did better police work there, despite being vertically challenged. >> hey, shut up! >> 58 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ hello current tv fans. i look surprised even though it happens at this time every hour. >> kind of. >> charlie pierce joins us. paul ryan is the someby-eyed starver. ron paul is crazy on the liberty. [ laughter ] >> and he has a great piece called talking the lugar.
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and how can we help president obama today. >> and you have called him a nay-sayer from time to time. >> and i as a key obama apolist say thing you. mr. ment, jacki schechner. >> good morning everyone. the fda wants big graphic warning labels on cigarette pack, while tobacco companies say the government goes too far. the new labels would go a lot further than the current ones do. they would wrap around the entire pack cage and they would have things like diseased lungs and even a corpse. anti-smoking groups say that congress gave the fda the right to the labels when they mandated them back in 2009.
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the case is likely to make it all the way to the supreme court. ron paul is still attacking other candidates. here is a new ad he is airing down in texas. >> let's get this straight. we're debating between a big-ceiling, debt raising, liberal, a moon callny guy, or a man with the plan to balance the budget. and president obama is on the campaign trail today down in florida. he is talking about tax fairness and the economy, and specifically pushing for the buffet rule which is to make sure that millionaires and billionaires say the same amount in taxes as the middle class. join us in chat
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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. no other television show does that. we're keeping it real.
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♪ i'm walken on sunshine it's time to feel good ♪ >> uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it this hour brought to you by go to meeting. my listeners can try go to meeting free for 30 days. charlie pierce from is coming up in about a half hour.
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1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere., -- >> and don't forget to go to, because there is a chat room there -- >> sure. i have a blog. >> and thing-a-majigs. >> we'll be in madison this saturday. that one already sold out. june in boston. july is the big show here in l.a. we just added columbus yesterday. it is on the way to sellout. so i would hurry. september the seattle show. my birthday show september 29th in seattle. and we'll have one more big announcement for october. right before the election but i can't tell you what it is. >> the announcement is going to be in october. >> no the big event will be in october. >> in october. [ thunder claps ] >> i don't even know about this one. >> no, i can't tell you. >> all right. >> sexy liberal on facebook --
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>> listen to me very carefully. put the candle back. >> all right. did you see -- [ laughter ] >> i just love the man on the run. he is a fugitive. he took time to update his facebook page to single. he is on the lamb avoiding police. but travis nickelson, or something, still had time to update his facebook page. this social media is just -- >> sure there is always time for that. ♪ >> i'm drowning but -- [ mumbling ] >> single. >> the 26-year-old escaped from officers in two foot chases yesterday. so he is athletic. >> i don't know how you have a chase with fewer than two feet. >> two separate chases. >> oh, okay. >> and a police dog was also
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tracking him. so he -- >> he loves dogs. that's on facebook. >> he has been convicted of five felonies girls. including domestic violence. >> what a dream bug. >> was he running away from his ex-girlfriend. >> no, he was accused of assaulting his girlfriend on march 28th. and on saturday he let his friends know he is now single. the change in relationship status was followed by a discussion between him and several females asking him to contact them and warning him to hang out. remember those girls that used to hang out the hernandez trial? >> yeah. >> somebody actually married lyle lyle in prison.
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>> great. >> there is a picture on facebook with him with a child. >> that reels in the chicks. >> don't you hate it when you get drunk and try to breastfeed somebody else's baby. police in south dakota have arrested a woman for entering another women's home and attempting to breastfeed her child a woman said a women entered her home and tried to breastfeed her two-month-old child. alcohol was a factor. >> of course. >> that's why. >> that's why. >> did she feel the kid looked hungry or it was maybe her own child? >> i know it wasn't even in a bar. it was in its own home. >> look at you! you have a baby. in a bar. >> she is lucky alicia
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silverstone didn't break in and try to regurgitate food into the baby's mouth. >> oh, yeah. >> maybe we just don't know what is weird but maybe some parents could call us. but blossom star. >> yeah. >> she is now a phd by the way. >> oh, really? i just remember the day they used to say a very special episode of blossom. >> she joined alicia silverstone, and she has a detailed description of how she breastfeeds her nearly 4 year old fred. >> fred. >> if he were 14 that would be a little weird. >> fred?
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>> three and a half four-ish. happily pointing out. it seems a bit sold to breastfeed. but a child who can almost four can walk run assemble simple puzzles and speak. meaning he can ride a tricycle up to his mother and ask for the spigot. [ applause ] >> i think it's a little old. i hope they don't walk through the mall and the child gets hungry -- >> yeah. >> it's beautiful when it's an infant but when it's a three year old. >> yeah. >> no. >> it's another peeping beer incident. >> oh, boy. >> newcastle, indiana, police say a deputy who responded to a complain about a peeping tom deer found the animal friendly
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enough to pet. the deputy said the deer was extremely friendly to the point subjects were able to approach the deer and pet it. other residents said the deer would sometimes bite and be aggressive. they will move the deer to another area. let's hope not sanford, florida. jean in minneapolis. hi jean. >> good morning, stephanie miller. official psychologist of the "stephanie miller show." >> boy, don't we need one. >> i wanted to respond to debbie satbenow's question about why though republicans are against the violence against women act. and to quote shakespeare me think the lady dot protest too much. we know the rate of domestic
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violence is just enormous. one out of three women is the victim of sexual violence in her lifetime. there is domestic violence every day in this country. so what do we know about the republicans backgrounds? >> yeah, i think the whole point is that things that should not be political are now. it just seems like things that are a no-brainer are unbelievable. speaking of psychological studies, jim this will shock you. ♪ >> homophobes may have an attraction to the same sex. >> really. >> i think i know what you did last night! >> yes. >> very reverent touch.
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>> golly, yes. it is more pronounced in individuals with an unacknowledged attraction to the same sex. >> hum. is it a? >> any republican currently serving -- individuals who identify as straight but in psychological tests show a strong attraction to the same sex may be intimidated by days by and lesbians. in many people these people are at war with themselves and are turning this' conflict outward. [ applause ] >> hey, meg, welcome. >> hey i just thought you ought to here another voice from kentucky. a lot of the confederate flags i
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see, and in my very limited research, i'm not an expert on the civil war, but what i found was the stars and bars was never a national flag. it was only flown during battle. it was only flown when people were being killed. >> right. >> and i just don't think enough people are aware of that. that is -- if you are showing your pride in the south, then you should be with the national flag, not the confederacy, which also in my opinion were people who took up arms against the united states, you know. >> absolutely. absolutely. yeah, a lot of obviously disturbing racial news including this case out of tulsa. two white men accused of shooting five black people in tulsa, oklahoma killing of three of them. the district attorney has this to say. >> certainly we will look at all
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of the facts in the case sit preliminary to determine what the motivation was behind this. >> at least one of the guys who's father was killed by a black person like a year ago or something -- >> that's what he said on his facebook page but he didn't use the term black person. >> yes. the council person. >> i think the person who committed these crimes were very upset. >> when racial slurs are thrown around you can't go this is not racial. and it obviously is. hi, mary kay. >> i am calling because i am a lifelong yankee and now i'm stuck in the south. and now have given me a new reason to live.
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>> oh, i wish i had one. oh, i'm kidding. go ahead. >> go ahead. i wanted to comment on the clowns about the confederate flag. i have never seen such huge 20 by 30 foot flags so many in my life that i actually ask people now when i come to their homes if there was an heirloom and they all say no. and then i ask them the other question, did you buy the flag new with confederate money? and they all say no. then i tell them that their flag is no good. because their money is no good. >> there you go. smartest girl in class today. >> someone in the chat room made the point that it was then and will forever be the flag of a trader. >> yeah, exactly. >> announcer: call the police call party line now,
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1-800-steph-1-2. [ recorded show playing in the background ] >> yeah. and we're still up on the -- >> oh. >> on current. so hi -- >> hello tv world. >> thank you current for all of the love you are giving us! >> thank you [ laughter ] >> especially is with short jim over there. >> suddenly i'm short. i had no idea. [ laughter ] ♪ >> can i go eat? >> you can go eat.
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i know this stuff and i love it and i try to bring that to the show. bloc >> hot! hot! hot! >> what is hot? >> the microphone. >> oh, poor me. >> courtney you are hot, too. >> you're hot. >> you're hot. ♪ [ laughter ]
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[ recorded show playing in the background ] >> hey, sit up straight. >> why? >> i don't know. when up boobs up, it's show time. ♪ ♪ ♪ my life would suck without you ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> this tv thing is really getting to you. did you just say chin up boobs out, it's show time? >> i did. >> my entrance lights first, then music, then the door then the carpet! if is a mistake is made, someone's head will roll.
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would you like to guess whose? >> what am i in catholic school? he actually just said sit up straight to me. "politico" has a movement of santorum supporters. >> what kind of movement? >> they are movement people who believe romney is an imposter. >> do they drive bmws? [ laughter ] >> i don't know. >> it's that time of year and you can't seem to rid yourself of -- lingers santorum santorum -- gosh if i could only get rid of this lingering santorum. singering santorum can ruin your spring. just take two frothanolo and
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your lingers santorum will away afor at least four years. in tablet liquid or suposatory. >> last week the only supporters who said santorum an edge were the one who thing abortion is the top issue. conservative strategy richard vigarey they and -- >> less the turn might! [ dramatic music ] >> lingering santorum. >> gary bower looks like he has it for sure. >> he has pancakes and running
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off of the stage. [ glass breaking ] >> he said -- >> i didn't think he would make that much noise. he is a tiny man, much like me. >> santorum has got to get access to a microphone. i offered him mine. he will say something like this we will not allow the establishment to shove romney down our throats. >> at least they are not shoving santorum down our throats. >> yeah. [ buzzer sounds ] >> rick, we're just saying please, we have a microphone. i agree you need to be free of the republican establishment. you need to be free of the republican establishment and the media types that say this race is over. for god's sake. what? too late? >> too late sorry. let's go to buddy in columbus. >> hello buddy. >> hey momma, i hope you guys
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appreciate the marvellous talents of the exotic and erotic rebecca. >> uh-huh. she is amazing. >> the southern states did not really start flying the confederate battle flag until the 50s and 60 when there was desegregation. and also the confederate constitution [ inaudible ] the idea of slavery. so all of these garbage of heritage not hate, southern pride. it was a traderous state to teach everyone about slaves. >> that's right. colleen, welcome. >> hi, stephanie. i was calling to respond to mr. kentucky the one auditioning for the deliverance theme.
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he needs to pick up a real history book. it would cure that dumbness. and stop listening to ma and pa. >> that's right. thank you. john go ahead. >> hey, stephanie. i lived in south carolina for almost 15 years, and i was in a bar one day, talking with a couple of good old boys and they were telling me about how the stars and bars were part of their heritage and then i told them that that flag wasn't put up until 1962. >> yep. >> so i don't know -- >> right. that's what our buddy just said. 29 minutes after the hour. charlie pierce is next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> you need more chardonnay and better chardonnay. >> don't i always. it 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. the president is in florida pressing for the buffet rule the warren buffet rule and as -- shockingly mitt romney not for that? >> no? >> uh-huh. [ applause ] >> wouldn't be able to afford enough car elevators. >> yeah, that would mean he would have to pay more than 15%. >> hi, stan. >> how are you doing stephanie. >> go ahead. >> you have a nice show. you got a really good show. >> thank you. i want to bring to your
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attention about why when black people walk down the street we act like we marked people. the situation in tulsa, the situation in miami, as soon as you see a black man you got the authorization to kill them. but people are getting tired of you just going to kill me and then get away with it. time is changing, and i'm going to tell you, stephanie, that tea party they are the ku klux klan in surprise. >> all right. >> stephanie you have a good show. >> all right you. >> no one has ever called this show nice. and i would like to mark the moment. >> i hope your mom was hearing that. >> yeah, right mom. >> oh, dear. >> oh, dear. [ laughter ] >> all right. it's our favorite time of the week. it's a tuesday. it's the author of video in america. ♪
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>> pierce >> charlie pierce, political columnist for >> this is so weird i'm watching you on television. >> yeah. hi, charlie pierce. >> hi. >> you come along with ron paul crazy uncle liberty. [ laughter ] >> that's pretty much what he is. he is everybody's favorite crazy uncle who every ten or 15 minutes actually say something that you go hey, crazy uncle liberty is right. it's true. rick overton was in, and he is like, yes, get out of the war legalize marijuana, i have human
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teeth in a car in my garage. >> your hawking a lugar -- >> that's not mine. [ laughter ] >> you see the tea party still swings a big stick in elections. as you say, lugger is only a moderate because the party went sailing off of the rails. >> richard lugar has been in the senate since shortly after george rogers clark died in indiana, i think. the guy has been in the senate forever. he was richard nixon's favorite major. richard nixon has been out of office -- he has been dead for a long time. but somehow over the course of his 137 years in the senate that's not good enough anymore. he is going life and death with this guy richard murdoch. >> he worked on securing lose
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nukes with someone named barack obama. [ dramatic music ] >> he also voted to raise the debt ceiling which everybody in congress does over lunch until the recent crew got in there. >> right. and as you say the republicans can't find room for richard lugar for another six years they really are lost. >> i think that's absolutely right. and yet it's a 50/50 race. >> rob reiner made this point, he was saying it is not just some of us saying this republican party has moved so far to the right. you can go on record somebody on tv was doing the thing about how all of this -- first of all was bob dole's plan. >> bob dole's plan! >> for the mandate -- >> stop stealing bob dole's plan! >> right. so improvably on issue after issue they have go so far to the right. >> yeah, capping trade was their
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idea. >> right. >> the economic debate is still really being argued on republican grounds of the late 70s and early 80s, because we -- basically because that's -- that's become set in stone. and there's a progressive budget out there which is at least as credible document as the zombie eye-starvers project. >> right. as your official obama app ol gist, did i ever think i would say a piece called how can we help president obama today? [ laughter ] >> we can tell him not to get too cocky. there is a tinny distinct upward polling, especially according to
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the gallop. but what you warn about charlie -- this isn't happy now. this is scary music now. [ dramatic music ] >> now it's about american cross roads -- >> i feel like i'm doing an old radio drama. >> people are running in with scripts. >> waiter the men snuck up on capone's hide out. >> oh, god! >> jim get your keys or something -- >> this is more production -- [ screaming ] >> maybe the company clock noise will you. [ wind howling. ] >> i was talking with a friend of mine at the convenient store and we were talking about ozzie guillen saying those things about fidel castro and getting in trouble, and i said i was tired about the american policy being hauled around with a bunch
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of cubans and i said and besides they shot the president anyway. [ laughter ] >> and suddenly i was considered jim ward. >> plus you were talking about trajectory and proximity -- >> that's true. >> let's talk about george [ inaudible ]. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> charlie what you warn about in the piece -- >> under the mixing boards. >> okay. i checked out. >> what you warn about the piece is if the super pacs because as you say we can look at polling and as you say the forced march to mittdom organized by karl rove, and ed gillespie they have $200 million you write at its disposal.
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and shows every intention of using every dime of it. as you say, because nothing says we feel your pain like $200 million of anonymous corporate money being put to work by the former officer of uss[ censor bleep ] up. >> while they are certainly coordinating what they are doing with the campaigns they are utterly beyond its control. i don't care how far romney wants to distance himself over what they do he doesn't have any way over what they are doing. they are unquestionably coordinating when anthony kennedy said they would never do because that would be wrong, but this is the guy who is deciding the healthcare decision right now, i just thought i would though that in. >> yeah. >> this is a real problem for the white house. the fact that there is this incredible wild-card out there
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now, and it's be run by people with no conscious. >> the president shouldn't fool himself the purpose of mesh cross roads it's to enable it lucratively until it resumes power again.% the opponent is involved in self interest. but as someone described it charlie it will be a sue mommy of money like we have never seen before. >> yeah. and that can't be good. >> what do you make to the march of mittdom. >> we has invited some of
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his -- his -- his small donny donors with the opportunity of going to fenway next monday for the annual patriot's day matinee game with he and his son tag, and some other women who has already won. but you get to go to the ball game with mitt on monday. so we're watching the construction of ordinary guy mitt. i saw mark hallparen, talking about why he can't understand why people don't know what a great guy he is. >> yeah. >> that will humanize him by naming various food stuffs at the baseball game. >> that's a hot dog. i recognize that. >> he is richard pryor's white
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people. [ laughter ] >> yeah. exactly. what do you think is going to happen in pennsylvania -- by the way we should wish -- the good news is santorum's daughter is out of the hospital. >> yes, we are very happy about that. and i think he is being very cool about not campaigning. >> romney's campaign pulled the ad -- >> yeah, but the ad is wonderful. [ inaudible ] todd called at it personal attack this morning. i don't think it is a personal attack to remind the voters of pennsylvania that they rejected this guy. . >> right. >> i did not realize that rick santorum lost his own county by 30 points. >> i know. >> that's really something. >> you have to applaud them like oh, they pulled the ad while his daughter was in the hospital but then it was like here is another ad. >> yeah. but i don't have a problem with
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that. i think that's a legitimate polling action. i think the it has reached the beach. >> you may do not realize this but newt gingrich is still in the race. >> he is. >> is this the first time that a person has actually admitted he is not a nominee but they are not getting out. >> yeah i think we're back on the book tour again. the newt gingrich and affiliated industries. all the callista and diamonds tour. this is remarkable. i think -- at this point i think all he really wants to do is get up and give a huge speech at the
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convention which will turn the entire universe towards him. >> yes and make his presidency of the moon more possible. >> his ego, is just astonishing to behold sometime. >> yeah. >> the guy has not won a primary in months. >> yeah. >> and he is not going to by the way. he is descending crazy uncle liberty in the polls. >> we're too stupid to understand his big ideas. [ laughter ] >> always a pleasure talk to you next week. [ applause ] >> a little celebrity snack and much more as we reach the waning moments of the "stephanie miller show." >> what is this the twilight zone? >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ no other television show does that. we're keeping it real.
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>>i'm a political junkie. this show is my fix. [[vo]]this former two-term ♪
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>> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ on this perfect day, nothing standing in my way ♪ ♪ perfect day ♪ >> uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 52 minutes after the hour. tomorrow hump day with sexy liberal hal sparks. >> yeah. flight that chair. >> that's right. hey, jill? >> hey stephanie. listen, it has been hard to get through. >> i know right. we have all of our new tv friends. >> i know. i feel like i heard you first. i have been listening to you for like seven years, since you had critter troubles. >> wow. >> i had squirrels -- well more
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prankster raccoons. >> they were pelting you with avocados or something. >> oh, yeah. anyway, go ahead. >> i knew you were a soul sister then. there is so many great comments about everything and i have a lot to say about things however, president obama showed to kill a mocking bird, a special shows, of course i had to watch it again, and really all of the listeners just watched to kill a mocking bird again -- >> i know it is a perfect thing to watch again. >> janice in houston. >> hi, stephanie. >> hi, janice. what is going on in houston? >> oh, girl the weather is beautiful. but i -- i just been dieing to talk to you. i have just been fascinated with your show, and i love the news that current tv and shows like yourself are doing.
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>> thank you. >> you know what stephanie i basically just threw my hands up in the air with my local news and -- you know, because i know they are only doing one-sided news. >> yep. >> and i love you guys. but you guys tell the truth. even you caucasians, that's just wonderful. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> that's right. we are politically direct. >> that's right. and we are talking liberally. >> yeah, right? hi i have a sign. >> in case you were confused. >> yes. >> speaking of journalism or not. brian grumble said he was embarrassed by sarah palin's appearance on the today show. now that the show is secondary to being popular. i think mike wallace was
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spinning in his very recent grave. john steward said you are pretending this appearance and it's just another way to taught your homespun nonsense unchallenged. >> i have plenty of gave i have toss galley. >> i'll bring it back to you next time. i'll gather that. >> i'll try to find you some and i'll bring it to ya. >> what is gavy tas. barbara welcome. >> listen i'm an 80-year-old woman, i saw my first democratic row cast when i went with my father to vote for roosevelt. and i would love to see you and jennifer grandholm do your
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three-hour show some morning. you would kick the crap out of those republicans. >> thank you, barbara. >> yes! [ applause ] >> i invite governor grandholm to come on with us for three hours. >> yesterday, stephanie miller and jennifer grandholm kicked the crap out of republicans. [ laughter ] >> all right. lady gaga has given her boyfriend a stray cat. that's a gift that keeps on giving, isn't it? >> brian setzer. [ applause ] [ cats howling ] >> not all stray cats are that way. my new cat boots was a stray cat and she is the sweetest ever. >> from the last time i visited oreo. >> and that's not a stray cat. >> she just doesn't like me. i have lost the battle with my
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cat allergies. lisa has had to move the cats back to her place. and now you guys come in covered with cat hair. mr. five cats over there. >> yeah, mr. crazy cat lady. >> and you! [ laughter ] >> speaking of pet lovers, the queen cuts up meet for her korgie, she offered to cut somebody's meat at a dinner party next to me. and she said there's no need for you to be embared, i cut up meat for the corgie. and she just gave camillea an award. >> yes. >> sorry we misspoke. we meant to say rank.
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as in what is that appalling odor? it is exceedingly rank. and we are not amused. >> i think that's the first time the tv audience has had the pleasure of the little man doing the queen. >> hey! >> don't forget hal sparks in studio all three hours tomorrow. hump days with hal sparks. >> he is not shorter than i am. >> i would like to thank the entire staff, and of course courtney and all of the folks in the current control room in culver city. hi, courtney. we'll see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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