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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ why, hello good morning, current tv viewers. here we are pretending to be ready for the show that starts moments from now. i'll be taking this off, and this is a little bit see-through so we have that to look for.
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we have karl frisch ben labolt, and governor jennifer grandholm from great state of michigan. we'll talk about george zimmerman being arrested. and mike tyson did you hear about that? >> no. >> here now is jacki schechner. >> hello, stephanie, good morning, everyone. george zimmerman is now in custody, and he is going to be charged with second degree murder. he is going to appear in court today. the first hearing is at 1:30 eastern time. he is going to plead not guilty. and his lawyer is going to ask for a bond.
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the white house continues to promote tax fairness and in particular the buffet rule. president obama is going to meet with local tv reporters today in an effort to reach out to the states. and newt gingrich, who is still running for president wasn't kidding when he said he was going to focus more on the less-expensive social media strategy. he released clips of why people like newt gingrich. take a look. >> hello, america. >> hi, mr. speaker. >> remember this is for newt gingrich who is running for the president of the united states. chat about this and everything
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else online we'll be right back.
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someone wrote a great letter they are very concerned for rebecca and her state of mind. >> oh? >> yes, someone has to be. [ laughter ] >> so, yeah obviously, we have a huge show. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> george zimmerman charged with second degree murder today. >> uh-huh. >> this is a great story, he probably went a doedy in his pants, because now he'll probably need to talk to him. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> all right. the good news he is probably get endorsement for adult life out of that. [ applause ] >> all right. so and -- you didn't hear what mike tyson today. >> i didn't. >> not helpful. disappointed. >> disappointed!
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>> especially on the day he is arrested finally, and all reasonable people said good. and his mom was very touching just -- >> yeah. >> mike tyson said it's a disgrace george zimmerman hasn't been shot yet. [ buzzer sounds ] >> not helpful. >> can i just bite his ear off? just a little nibble. >> did someone have to ask mike tyson what he thinks really? it was like somebody from the south that called yesterday, and they said that's the thing where you do the face plant, and you are like thanks for making the stereo type of the south. i'm just saying, i bet ya some black people are saying thanks, mike. he also said it's a shame he wasn't dragged out of his house and tied to a car.
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>> oh, no. >> whatever! >> people that are not helpful on both sides of the issue, hello. >> i suppose he was wearing a hoodie when he said that. there goes the hoodie industry. >> we'll talk about the president's drive to get the buffet rule enacted. and we'll talk to peter welch. representative from the cute state of vermont. and governor jennifer grandholm! [ applause ] >> yeah! >> and i'll be doing "young turks" on friday. that's when they need a slightly older turk. they call me. and as promised i have a nearly see-through shirt on. >> are you going to wear that
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for cenk? >> i'll wear nipple tassels on friday. >> because that's totally what "young turks" wear. >> yeah. >> karl frisch, bullfight good morning, karl frisch. >> i good morning, i just want to make perfectly that mike tyson doesn't speak from the left. he has spent a career being punched in the head. >> exactly. >> good point. >> i love your tweets odds of santorum winning the race for the white house unchanged with exit from race. [ laughter ] >> it's true. >> i'm -- i'm wearing a see-through shirt. i'm sorry your tweets -- i'm not
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talking about his government teets. of all of your tweets that are so funny, and then it's the one about dexter your puppy. dexter meets a puppy at the dog park. >> yeah, and an instagram picture of it. >> yeah, the puppies love my dog for some reason. >> dexter is the cutest thing ever. >> oh, he tries very hard. i try not to let him listen to the program else it goes to his head. >> right. >> the letter yesterday, you feel you say a bunch of smart thing, and then like i love it when you do the crazy lady dog voice. all right. let's dive into the right-wing rule. sean hannity, attorney at law -- >> yeah. >> this has been my complaint from the very beginning is that
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we have members of congress that said he was hunted down like a rabid dog. you say he was profiled. no evidence for that. you have activists, a bounty on somebody's head. you have now so much surrounding this case, the special prosecutor said no influence whatsoever. >> there are recordings. >> yeah sean hannity is nothing if not stoic in his journalistic pursuit. [ laughter ] >> there is some discussion as to -- he fits underer this journalism rule. >> where is the gag order? where is the gag order? >> yeah. >> his lawyer friend bill o'reilly said where is the gag order? >> i keep waiting for when they
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will launch their afternoon court shows where hannity hands down the law in real-life cases. >> yeah, this is why people in mike tyson is not helpful. because then they go on his list. >> right. you begin to think that the new black panthers are just a creation of fox news -- >> a sketch. >> can we use them as are foil for every problem? >> yeah, exactly. they were going through james o'keefe's costume closet. >> yeah right. >> rush limbaugh -- >> top 1% pays 36% of all taxes. the bottom 48% pays nothing. and obama talks about fair vens. if we were talking about fairness obama would drag the bottom 48% not paying taxes and
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say your free ride is over. the country can't survive for w you sitting on your couch waiting in for a check in the mail. >> rush limbaugh should not talk about anybody getting up off of the couch. >> it is hard to spin this math and yet they are. >> ronald reagan said he supported what we have come to know as the buffet rule. the other thing to consider is that people that don't pay a federal income tax pays all kinds of other taxes as well. they pay a higher percentage of their income, by the way. >> that's where all of the money is, by the way. >> you know, i would pay -- you know like pay per view or some kind of service to watch rush limbaugh live on $20,000 a year.
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[ laughter ] >> there is a reality show. >> there you go. [ laughter ] >> where am i supposed to get my housekeepers vitamins. >> i don't understand the world without drinking adult beverages or oxycontin. >> we're in gave debt because the middle class is addicted to entitlements. >> oh, my god. >> those are the expenditures and it is a middle class that benefits. so when you see large numbers of middle class folks getting government checks, that's when things start to break down. >> tucker's father was an ambassador. that's how he got into the news business. and he has been canceled from
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every major network, except for fox. >> he looks like richie rich was modeled on him. and now peter johnson. >> no! no! not at all. >> they attack the class fair -- or enables the class war fair to continue forward. >> it does. it provides the dissatisfied for a target for their anger and rekrimre rekrim rekriminnation. >> oh. he is not [overlapping speakers]. >> i'm assuming just based on the complete lack of quality dee
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bait that that is from the five? >> yes you are correct. >> you are a connoisseur of right-wing draft. >> america's next most favorite canceled show. [ laughter ] >> to hear them you know, it's always go back to the white house they are trying to deflect blame. i don't think the white house has to do that much for fox. it is always going to be about the white house when it comes to fox. this is just about fairness and the stupid myth that if we just work hard we're going to be millionaires has been killed and put to rest over the last couple of years. >> all right. karl frisch remains in the side car. we have more, including dick -- >> oh boy. >> -- morris.
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give me a sec. >> announcer: call stephanie now. she is easy. >> okay. we're still up. >> oh, hello. [ recorded show playing in the background ] >> zimmerman is 100% innocent. >> yeah. >> and he knows that because -- [ indiscernible ]
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i think it's brilliant. me and stephanie miller in the morning what a way to start the day. >> -- press releases. >> wow. >> just because poorly written press releases [ indiscernible ]
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. >> i see what you were going for there. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> hi current. [ laughter ] >> oh, we're back. we were talking about a press release. [ laughter ] ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ always there to remind me ♪ ♪ always there -- >> this hour brought to you by solar world. go to solar to find
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out about the leader in solar parts. >> and hats. >> you do look cute in those hats. >> good morning, karl frisch. >> good morning. >> against to the frisch. prostitute toe sucker dick morris. >> obama is trying to get reelected the way he got elected by is by stoking the vote among black americans, minorities and young people. he can no longer do it by hope for change. >> he is trying to get people to vote for him, karl. >> yeah imagine that. [ mysterious music ] >> why is dick morris on fox news all the time if everything is not fear-based. >> right. >> we're going to see more and
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more of this by the way as the election heats up these notions that obama can only win if he gets all of those stupid african-americans and young people to vote for him again. >> that's highly offensive -- >> you are right karl. there is always a theme. that everybody who voted for obama is stupid and easily duped. >> latinos 75, 80% support him. women, young people, avenue can americans, the extremely wealthy they all support obama. >> he is missing the 2% of catholic women that don't use birth control that went with rick santorum when he left. >> yeah. >> richard land on cnn. >> it's a hard for people who
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are pro life and pro traditional marriage to understand how someone as an adult could have been pro chose and for gay marriage and then convert. >> i guess. oh know. romney is getting romneyed. [ laughter ] >> the big joke was did you hear the one about rick santorum getting out of the race. and then you realize the big joke was that he was in the race to begin with. >> exactly. >> nobody likes mitt romney. his own party doesn't like him and we don't like him. there is a reason why he comes off all awkward, and -- [ dog barking ] >> oh, dexter! >> dexter doesn't like it when i use that word in think mouse, romney. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> okay.
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karl frisch it's time to take dexter out to poo. i'm a dog owner. >> congrats on week 3. >> yes, they haven't canceled us yet. >> as far as we know. the cameras could be off by now, we don't know. thanks karl, love you. >> have a good one. >> love ya dexter. [ applause ] >> no one likes mitt because he has a car elevator. ♪ allow me to ask, it's a car elevator ♪ ♪ car elevator ♪ ♪ car elevator ♪ ♪ car elevator ♪ [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> to listener mike in raleigh. >> you don't get too many shadey references. >> you really don't.
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good morning, rob. >> good morning. i need some more ass cam. >> yes, well let me just turn the other cheek for a minute. >> this is a guys and gals moment. i know you are up her doing things you got to do but you are talking all of these sexy liberal ladies out there. is there some way we would have a site on the view or meet? >> you mean sexy liberal shows? >> sexy liberal shows -- >> everybody knows that's where to get sexy liberal strange. >> how about a computer site? >> high-strung sexy liberal tour director roleland has come up with that idea. and i think you are right we're going to do a dating site. >> oh, really? >> yeah. we'll get right on that rob. >> thank you. it's the only thing in the morning on tv is you. >> oh thank you sweetheart.
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i think the dating site is going to be big. >> slut, she is a slut! look at her! [ applause ] >> sorry no response. >> nothing but sluts going to the show. >> madison, wisconsin this saturday. those people worship satan, right, bill? bill. >> we expect those people to be commuting with satan up there in wisconsin. >> columbus just went on sale monday, and rowland says it continues his march to sellout. there is some confusion on ticketmaster, tickets go from 75 all the way down to $32. it's not just the vip price. ben labolt press secretary for
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>> mom packed your lunch box? >> uh-huh. >> 34 minutes after the hour. carolyn in north carolina real quick. >> hi, how are you? >> i'm good. >> the people that said we are stupid for voting for obama, they are stupid. i voted for him, and we will vote for him in november. >> go on girl. >> love you carolyn! [ laughter ] ♪ >> all right. ♪ it ain't a man's world ♪ >> she is fired up ready to go. ben is the press secretary for obama for america. good morning. >> good morning, stephanie. >> 2012 and i'm in. >> that's right.
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>> let lease talk about the buffet rule. the line so far is that it should be called the reagan rule. >> absolutely. i think it shows you how far the republican party has come in the past couple of decades. you have republicans out there on the campaign trail that said they wouldn't accept one revenue raiser for 10 spending cuts. everybody bipartisan commission says to reduce the deficit and make the sorts of investments we need to make you need to do both, cut spending and raise revenue. >> governor romney, the perfect central casting for the top 1% right? he will have to explain why he and the wealthiest of americans play a lower tax than middle class americans.
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>> this is the romney rule. his belief is that the wealthiest should pay a lower rate because they make their money off of investments. and the president's belief is if you are a millionaire you shouldn't make less that's simple common sense. >> 65% were in favor of all of the most wealthy pay equal taxes. >> that's right. we have seen this from the republican party over the past year. the president has a bipartisan job's act which would have created 2 million jobs filled with programs that democrats and republicans had all supported in the past, that governor romney wouldn't support. >> senator whitehouse said this
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is one of those issues where if the american people are back watching our chance of winning the vote is greatly improved. because we'll hit the same gridlock that we always do. but when you look at polls like that, how do you spin that? how do you go here is where we are against what 65% of america is for. >> it's a return to the policy that got us in the crisis in the first place. more tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires repealing wall street reform and letting ball street write its own rules again. we were told that if we passed those tax cuts for the wealthiest that growth would be unleashed. >> what kind of political gift was to have george w. bush
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expressing those thoughts a couple of days ago. here he is again with the same line, you don't want to tax the job creators. i ask everyone this. why hasn't anyone ever explained why the job creatored, quote unquote, had those tax cuts why were we losing 700,000 jobs a month. >> exactly. and the job creation in this administration is at a much faster rate than the bush administration. so these are the same policies that republicans have proposed for generations. but the fact is that broad-based prosperity has never trickled down from the top when we give them special tax cuts. romney would actually go above
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and beyond the bush administration and extend $5 trillion in tax cuts and make seniors and the middle class foot the bill. he never explains how he is going to pay for those tax cuts. >> i find it curious that he has refused to emulate his father in releasing all of their tax returns for several years. his campaign spokesman said just 2010 and 2011 that's sufficient. >> he set the standard of 23 years, he thought when he was being vetted for vice president that john mccain deserved 23 years of return so he could be evaluated. we know those returns are available. and he provided them to the mccain campaign. his own father set the 12-year standard.
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president bush set a standard going back to his governor tenure. >> well, if one had a suspicious mind, one might think gee, i wonder if it is even worse than the off-shore accounts? >> that's why there are so many unanswered questions here about whether he is paying the income tax by keeping his investments offshore. where he incorporated offshore in bermuda, and he is asking the american people to elect him based on his tenure as a corporate buyout specialist. but not sharing the information about his tenure there. >> we see this same play every time that the president is up against just unprecedented
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obstructionism. of course the bush era tax cuts are set to expire. how do you think or hope this will play out politically? >> you pointed out this has brood-based public support. it is something that president re -- reagan supported in the past. if they oppose things that the president proposed whether or not they had bipartisan support in the past. and i think we're going to see in november that that is a strategy that the american people reject. it doesn't put the country first, and the real way to ensure that we have brood based lasting changes is to recollect the president and elect a democratic congress.
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>> all right. ben labolt, thank you so much >> thank you for having me. [ applause ] >> if only he were well-spoken. >> you kind of have to be to be press secretary. >> yes, for obama for america. >> that was another case where the white house called. >> only because we are on tv. >> we're working on getting congressman whitehouse. >> the whitehouse did not call you. >> it was someone in a white house. [ laughter ] >> joe in chicago. hi, joseph. >> how are you doing? >> good, welcome. >> love ya. >> love you. >> answer me this [ inaudible ] with a 9 millimeter trayvon, and it was a little bit smaller than a 45 and he ended up
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falling on his face. >> that's the problem, joe, is i don't know -- i'm hoping this isn't going to just be a charade, because they don't have the evidence because they didn't do the investigation properly in the first place. we don't know. you can find out trajectory -- >> uh-huh. >> but that's what i'm afraid of. >> proximity. >> [ inaudible ] when i heard it. >> right. right. yeah, that's the problem. >> if he fell on his face it implies he was shot in the back. >> you would assume if she charged him, then they have more evidence than we know about. did they do a proper crime scene investigation? >> today we filed an information charging george zimmerman with murder in the second degree.
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he will have the right to appear in front of a magistrate within 24 hours of his arrest and thus formal prosecution will begin. >> he has been transferred to the country jail and is being held without bail. i thought she was impressive yesterday. >> she was very impressive. she is being very, very careful too. >> exactly. jim and i have the same questions about -- it just doesn't seem from what we have heard that proper crime scene procedures were followed. >> right. and everything stems back to the really, really shotty police work. >> that's what i mean. is there going to be enough reasonable doubt? >> absolutely. >> we'll talk about all of this as we continue. it's 45 minutes after the hour. >> what is the holy hell is going on here? >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ funk music all around, join the crowd ♪ ♪ hey hey ♪ ♪ people dancing all around it's the place to do your own thing, hey, hey ♪ >> wow. didn't need to her that song ever again. >> well, we did. 50 minutes after the hour we really should put a camera on rebecca out there. she is like hey, what is up 951. [ applause ] >> 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. >> i don't think she has ever
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said that. >> hey, george in phoenix, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, george. >> good morning, steph. >> i would like to be named the official union flight simulate for for the "stephanie miller show." >> nice. i want one for my house. >> could you get jim a flight simulator for his house? >> sure. i want you guys to encourage everybody to register to vote and turn out or we won't win this election. >> absolutely. hi, lee. >> hello love the show. >> thank you. >> i wanted to comment on some comments that hilary rosen made. >> oh, yeah. go ahead. >> here is the thing i don't think what she said was so untrue, having the governors and
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servants -- >> right. >> i won't even go there -- >> lee, i think as a rule it's generally good to have spouses and families be off limits so she was asked this about the war on women and she said his wife has never worked a day in her life. and ann romney tweeted back that i made a choice to stay home and raise five boys. rosen tweeted back and said please know i admire you, but your husband is making a point of that on the economy. >> rush limbaugh and neil dortch can say anything they want and o'reilly and all of these guys are quiet. no word nothing. >> right.
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he can call a private citizen that is testifying about her friend needing birth control and then get called a slut for three days. >> we just need to grow a pair as democrats and stand up to these guys. we -- >> we do. [ laughter ] >> on this show. >> don't you talk about my pair. my pair is big enough. i got it, lee. [ overlapping speakers ] >> i got it. hilary, i think make his -- she tweeted back, that obviously she is not saying that she doesn't admire ann romney. >> but she had a rich husband who could afford help. >> yeah i think her point was she has a rich husband. >> didn't you also have a nanny or something?
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>> yes. [ laughter ] >> okay. [ buzzer sounds ] >> yes. what is your point? >> my mom worked and she raised my sister -- >> whatever your mom is not better than my mom. my mom packed me carrots with dip. >> i don't know if that was your mom that packed that. miles in tucson go ahead. >> first off i love your show, and i met you in tucson -- >> oh. >> yes, i was [ inaudible ] i was probably the only black guy there. >> oh, you were the black guy yeah. [ laughter ] >> my point is why not start investigating the sanford police department for all of this because how come they didn't do their investigation. >> i guess we'll find out. mark o'meara that is his new attorney he hired within the
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hour. mark o'meara said all the i know is what i have seen on the news. >> yeah, he -- by the way he was a tv analyst during the casey anthony trial. i'm thinking george zimmerman watches a lot of tv. >> i guess we're lucky he didn't hire nancy grace. >> he thinks sean hannity is a lawyer. >> yeah, because he is on tv. >> is nancy there? [ laughter ] >> he said -- the new lawyer said he is troubled by everything that has happened. truly it must be troubling to not go into a 7/11 for a store. that's, neither can trayvon martin. he is the real victim. >> he'll never be able to shoot
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anyone again. >> we thank all of those people across the country who have sent prayers our way. we ask you to continue to pray for trayvon's family and this prosecute team. richard in nevada. >> yes stephanie about the black panther -- >> the new black panther party not the black panthers. >> oh, excuse me. i don't really know the difference -- >> they are not a party. >> yeah, it is a handful of people. >> -- wanted dead or alive. >> yeah, that was wrong. >> that was absolutely wrong. >> is that a legal thing, you know? what if -- what if i put up that somebody i didn't like you know, put up a poster like that? >> yeah, that was wrong. and i think any reasonable
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person on either side -- >> the black panthers condemned that. >> the real black panthers from the 60s. >> even though you and i say it is wrong, just as trayvon martin dying was wrong, i mean there's no doubt about that but what is done about it see, this -- this was the same new black panther party who was harassing voters. >> no. [ buzzer sounds ] >> that was a lie! >> okay. >> first of all they were hanging out in the democratic precinct. we're going to harass democratic voters. >> moron! >> they were protecting voters by harassment. >> see, this is what they do is get off on side issues. how is this central to this case? >> not at all. >> i saw scary black men on fox news. >> and their bounty on his head is invalid anyway because he has finally been charged with
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second degree murder, and it will go to trial. >> exactly. al sharpton said this is not a night for celebration. it should not have happened in the first place. i thought his mom just was speaking as -- as a mom. >> yeah. >> and -- do we have time -- this is sabrina fulton trayvon martin's mother. >> i just want to speak from my heart to your heart, because a heart has no color. it's not black. it's not white. it's red, and i want to say thank you from my heart to your heart. >> heart breaking. >> yeah. >> 58 minutes after the hour representative peter welch from the teeny tiny state of vermont -- >> and beautiful state of vermont. >> exactly. and jennifer grandholm in hour
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number 3. ♪ [ theme music ] ♪ hello current tv fans. here we are getting ready for hour number two. representative peter welch coming up. talking about out of control super pacs, and what he is doing about that. and governor jennifer grandholm, maybe you have heard of her from "the war room" right here on current tv in hour number 3. and we're going to continue to talk about the zimmerman case.
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and by the way mitt romney will have made up a new statistic about how many women the president has put out of work. 124.5%. >> everybody has loaded the liar cannon on that one. >> and he continues to say it. he stood there awkwardly with some women business owners and repeated it. right now jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everyone. today is the sixth anniversary of the massachusetts health care reform. president obama shows mitt romney talking about how proud he is of the new plan, and health care experts talking about how they worked on both the romney plan and national health care reform.
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>> i helped governor romney work on his health care reform before going down to work with president obama to work on that plan. jury selection starts today in the john edwards trial. the former senator is charged with six felony and [ mysterious music ] accounts related to how he handled or mishandled campaign funds in 2008. his former mistress is expected to testify. they expect the presentation of evidence to start on april 23rd and the trial should last about six weeks. the house has just passed a version of the bill, and connecticut will be the fourth
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this saturday. check the calendar for all of the upcoming dates. columbus as rowland says maybe sold out by saturday. >> nice. >> only doing one a month. that's it. [ applause ] >> okay. we have lots of -- governor jennifer grandholm coming up next hour. a big, big show. we have a lot of breaking news. we have to tell you -- the martins were just on the today show, some surprising comments by trayvon's parents. representative peter welch of the great state of vermont. good morning, representative. >> good morning. >> you have i was saying a tiny and yet beautiful state. >> it is beautiful. you have a beautiful spot out there too. >> yes, indeed. tell us about -- reforming the federal election commitment as it relates to these out of control super pacs.
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>> that's right. spending has been bad, and it has gotten catastrophically worse then passing citizens united. but do we want to have the federal election commission that actually shows up and does the job? it is not taking into account nominations the president has sent over. and if they are not going to do their job, that shouldn't stop you from doing yours. appoint people who will be willing to put their partisan guns at the door and basically enforce existing law. that would help a lot. there is an anormous amount of abuse, obviously in these super pacs, it's the campaign managers and operatives who go from one
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to another. and that can be stopped by the fec enforcing existing law. >> congressman, the recess appointments that the president has done that has changed the politics and the calculus in the senate. because, again, you can say oh that's unprecedented. but they are just trying to hold up everything. >> that's exactly right. it's very clear the republicans are fighting for failure. mitch mcconnell has said his goal is to make president obama a one-term president. and he doesn't have a rierth to do that in respect to taking up the responsibility of the senate to at least vote yes or no on presidential nominees. if he wants to fight him in the campaign fine, but if mitch mcconnell is going to prohibit, in effect the senate from tocking up on a yes or no vote,
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the president has to act. so we're really urging the president to do, i think the obvious thing and the right thing. >> well, you know, it's interesting, the citizens united, we were talking about polling, and 75, 80% of the people are against the citizens united yule -- ruling. and you are trying to mitigate the impact. >> yes, and have a cop on the beat at least doing its job. saying there is supposed to be a clear wall between the campaign and the super pacs. a second thing we can do is a lot of these super pacs are masquerading as social welfare organizations. that obviously makes no sense, so we have contacted the irs and said, hey, do your job. that doesn't require a new law
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it requires enforcement of an existing law. and we have these loopy billionaires out there, like the casino guy in vegas, and are -- and can writing checks for $25 million to keep basically a dead candidate on a pulse -- >> hasn't it been enjoyable to at least watch them whining about the super pacs during the republican primary. >> it is. we could have two strategies we could try to make them spending it all, but basically i think it would be easier to do what vermonters said where they passed a bill on corporatehood, saying hey there is a difference between a corporation and an individual as a person. >> it's three-pronged, right. you want a federal disclosure law -- there are reasonable ways to try to mitigate this
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correct? >> well, that's right. people are spending money on campaigns. they really shouldn't. but literally to have a major corporation write millions of dollars from their account, they shouldn't be able to do that but if they are going to do it under existing law, they should have to have their ceo go on and do a disclaimer just like a candidate does. why shouldn't the head of a major corporation say i'm chief executive officer of x, and i approve it. secondly they should have to get shareholder permission. anybody with any kind of requirement account owns some stocks. if you want your money in that company to be used to be reinvested or used to have a better product and i think most shareholders would strongly object to having the
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corporations using the shareholder money in effect on political campaigns. >> yep. representative it is really important stuff, and the vast majority of the american people are behind you on. and i'm stephanie miller i approve this interview. [ laughter ] >> thank you. bye-bye. you are in trouble now. [ applause ] >> all right. lot to do in -- let's see -- anne in los angeles you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, anne. >> hi stephanie. hi mooks. love ya love ya. >> thank you. >> this is the official enlightened girl of the chat room. it's true ann romney is very fortunate to be able to stay home with their kids and we all have to remember that they went over after michelle obama from day one, and they did not let up after michelle obama forever.
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i mean to this day, they are still after michelle obama. >> uh-huh. >> one simple little thing that says, you know, that okay ann romney gets to stay home with her kids and good for her, but she is part of the 1%. she doesn't have to worry about the money coming into the home. >> that was it. and it was part of the theme that ann romney said i don't feel rich. and it's like well you are. you are. please don't tell us you are in touch with the economic plight of most women in this country, right? >> exactly. but they went after michelle obama from day one. and we need to call it out when it needs to be called out. >> absolutely. i said on this show i think ann romney is the president. she is a very good spokesperson -- >> she is a lot more real than her husband is -- >> well, that's not saying much.
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>> that is a low bar. >> i am a real boy, there are no strongs to hold me on. >> bleuette. if i'm saying that right. >> stephanie, i agree, rosen didn't do anything wrong. he is the one that put her out there when he said anne will be speaking to the women for me. well now she is in it. so now when somebody makes a comment about it you are offended? you put her out there. >> yeah as the last caller said, a lot of women would like to stay home and not work. >> exactly. stephanie i want to say one more thing. i do love you. >> i love you back. >> thank you. thank you. ♪ i love you ♪ >> i think she only loves me
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because nobody has ever pronounced her name correctly. [ laughter ] >> annie in california. >> hi, stephanie. i was calling about hilary too. what she said was not a wrong thing. and i'm with the other two callers. i'm in total agreement. i'm also a stay at home grandma and it's hard work, but she got the help. i don't have the help. i have to do it by myself. >> that's right. i think what hilary said was making a point. do not talk -- they talk about first lady many, many times. and they also talked about the president obama. so i don't think anything she said was wrong. >> right. hey mori from new jersey. >> hello, stephanie. there is [ inaudible ] a great
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great -- antidote to the fox news situation. the ann romney situation, where people are trying to blame miss rosen. it is romney himself that has put her out there to talk on his behalf, therefore, she should be fair game. >> it just plays into the right-wing's ongoing theme. liberals don't respect women that make different choices. by the way i made this point several times who was it that criticized sarah palin for running for president when she had five children including a disabled child. okay. 17 minutes after the hour.
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i'll get started. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> what is it going to be about? >> me. what is more fascinating that. >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> whatever! >> it will be a funny look about politics -- >> whatever! >> are you going to show ankle on the cover? >> sure, why not. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> trayvon martin parents were on good morning america today. she said she believes it was an accident that george shot and killed her son. she said i believe it was an accident. it just got out of control and he couldn't turn the clock back. i think about our family and our lost teenage son. it's very difficult to live day in and day at. i'm sure his parents can pick up the phone and call him.
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we can't pick up the phone call trayvon anymore. and trayvon's father said he believes the police bungled the investigation. he said i think has the police department did -- done a tur row investigation from the beginning, george zimmerman would have been arrested. >> the martin family has been a lot classier than the zimmerman family. >> remember it is trayvon's family that are our constitutional victim. >> yeah, and then boy it sounds like they were a lot calmer and more respectful than a lot of parents would have
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been. here is angela corey. >> there has been an overwhelming amount of media in this case. but the state and defense are entitled to a fair and impartial jury. a lot of facts have come out. and when it comes to the jury they are instructed by the judge that they can't form a decision until they have heard everything. so it is regrettable that so many facts and details got released and misconstrued and the media has helped toning it down a lot and making sure people understand florida law and the process. >> the legitimate media. >> yeah. not talking to you, fox. doug in missouri.
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>> i love you. please come to the pageant. >> the pageant? >> yeah one of the fourth highest ticket revenue venues in the world. >> oh. okay. in branson? >> no, st. louis. >> all right. okay. go ahead, doug. >> i'm going to be your official attack dog today. because that guy that called up was talking about how the black panthers have put out a death bounty. has he spent any time going after these anti-abortion people? >> yeah, exactly. it's a fringe element that everyone has condemned. >> the real black panthers have sued the new black panther party. so they are not to be taken
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seriously. >> can they throw mike tyson into the lawsuit? >> oh, yes. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> not helpful. he said -- i think the biggest question is why did anyone ask mike tyson what he thinks. he said it is a disgrace that man hasn't been drugged out of his house and tied to his car. it's a disgrace the man hasn't been shot yet. [ buzzer sounds ] >> mike tyson made a career out of being hit in the head. >> yes people would not ask people who have been hit in the head repeatedly what they think about hot topics. >> 29 minutes after the hour. jennifer grandholm next! yay! [ screaming ] ♪
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>> thanks so much for coming slumming. >> honestly. >> i had great fun on your show and thank you so much for returning the favor. >> it would be so much to have you as a cohost. >> i think we are planning a muckety, muck. >> i love it. >> we are the cagney and lacy of current tv now. >> i know. believe me i know. it's not pretty. >> this is incredible that romney say 92% of women lost jobs during the obama, quote unquote, recession. >> 92.3% of course is the specific number he gives, but as you know this was rated as
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mostly false because he is selectively choosing his time periods. so everybody has called this a man-session, because men lost disproportionately the number of jobs, but that all happened before barack obama took office in the months before. but romney is acting as though the world began on january 20th, 2009 and that everything that happened since not withstanding the fact obviously the president overtook during the middle of the recession, didn't happen. so i think this selective timing just really adds on the pyre of bad things he has done on behalf of women. and yesterday this whole question from [ inaudible ] about whether she supported lilly ledbetter -- and the six-second pause -- >> yeah, i loved that.
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>> what now? >> yeah we'll get back to you on this press conference. >> it was the sarah palin answer. we'll have to get back to you. >> but they are the one that hosted this press conference so say how great he was for women. >> i know. i know. did you see that he enlists republican women who opposed equal pay bills to attack obama on his behalf. it really was incredible. mary bow know mac and kathy mcmorris rogers both of whom voted against the act. >> it's astonishing how he is trying to make up for lost ground by moving backgrounds. >> he supports pay equity but is not looking to change current law. >> right. and he never publicly came out
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when scott walker rescinded pay equity. after he said that he wouldn't resend it there were attacks on him. and they are putting him in a very, very tough position but he himself has landed square right in the middle of hypocrisy central. >> and lieutenant governor karen heely, she publicly condemned president obama for including screening for women. >> yeah, and then coming out publicly, saying if you don't
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believe there is a war on women go home and talk to your daughters, and wives, and sisters. they limit choice, limit contraception, it is -- i don't know, i just don't understand how they could have stepped in it so badly, except it is the far right. >> and it is mitt romney. so that's how. it is interesting -- again, first of all he keeps going out there with something that is called a bald-faced lie, and then keeps repeating it. this is the biggest gender gap we have seen in a while. >> women are not stupid either. it is a huge gender gap because they keep assuming they can pull the wool over women's eyes. so first of all deny what is going on in the states and then to pull out the selective number
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to make it sound like only women have lost jobs, because women know that their husbands and brothers, and fathers have lost more jobs. the women's jobs that have been lost are largely related to the public sector works like health care and teaching. >> i love that romney had the nerve yesterday to hold up the chart accusing obama of setting women back 20 years. it's president obama that set women back 20 years. it just doesn't pass the sniff test, does it? >> we're called the war room on my show, so we're constantly talking about what is going on behind the scenes in the war room of these candidates and no doubt because of that huge gender gap his advisors are
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saying you have got to do something about women, but the things they are choosing to harp on are hurting him. there's no -- you know selective numbers are one thing, but the fact that he has not had a sister soldier moment about the far right, that she has not had any courage to stand up to -- whether it's rush limbaugh or putting out a statement when that clinic was bombed. he has so many opportunities to stand up and say this is not right. but it is so clear to women and men that he lacks a spine. and that his advisors are completely clueless. and putting up ann romney is not going to work. >> yeah, exactly. it almost seems like you are questioning whether he has any core principals or not. >> the fact that politfact said
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he was the most lying president candidate by a long shot. state of vermont night live did a great bit about this -- was it this past week? but it's even more than just, quote, just lying. he appears to have no reason to be running for office other than hoping that he can win. >> uh-huh. >> and if you don't have another value, you are not worthy of the office. >> you mentioned ann romney that is the other big point you will be talking about tonight on "the war room," at 6:00 pm pacific, 9:00 pm eastern check your local listings. i think that hilary even tried to clarify, she said i admire
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ann romney, but a lot of women don't have that choice. >> i cringed when i heard hilary say that. because obviously any woman who has raised kids is working like a dog. >> that's right. >> so i just -- i thought that was very unfortunate, and causes the right to be able to have an issue to latch on to. i'm glad -- i hadn't seen the clarifying remarks, but it sounds like it is drudge up an old argument when everybody knows that people who choose to stay homework very hard. i am married to a fella who has stayed home even though he has his own consulting business but he chose to be with the family because i was governor, et cetera, and believe me he worked hard. and i'm totally grateful for having him there. >> yeah, i -- it is funny, we
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talked earlier, my 89-year-old republican mother stayed home and raised us -- you can imagine you worked all of your life and your daughter becomes a crazy liberal with a tv and radio show. [ laughter ] >> so i have the utmost respect for that too but i think the point more she was making was economic, that not all -- women or men have the romney's financial options. >> yes, and that point about not having the luxury of being able to stay home -- certainly single parents don't have the luxury of being able to stay home. and that's definitely true. i think there's a more important issue relating to ann romney. there was a point if he is sending out ann romney to be his voice to women, memo to romney, you don't need a translator. >> right. >> you need to talk to us
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directly -- >> closed captioned for the estrogen impaired. we just had senator debbie stabenow on the other day. being governor you aided emerging sectors like clean injury, don't you think one of the most damaging things is that op-ed romney wrote, "let detroit fail." >> yes, and that's why the election in michigan was has close as it was. because people like he stabbed us in the back. autos are in his dna. he was raised and born in michigan. this is part of who he is, and yet, because of his -- his opportunism, he chose to stab us
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in the back. if he can't stand up for his home industry and home base, who will you stand up for? >> uh-huh. >> yeah. >> that to me was one of the main reasons why i think michigan will be a solid blue state in november. >> i hope so. i hate to leave you on a tough question. what are your thoughts on the height of the trees in michigan? [ laughter ] >> it is probably the most true statement that he has made. >> uh-huh. do you love all of the lakes as much as mitt romney does? >> especially the inland ones? >> i love them more. [ laughter ] >> we really love the inland lakes. >> governor thank you for joining us in this current phenomenon frenzy. >> i have nancy pelosi tonight
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♪ steph steph baby ♪ >> i'm kicking already. i'm kicking. [ laughter ] >> it's the stephanie miller. >> what should i kick? you said kick it what? >> how is that neo-nazi group doing protecting all of the white people in florida? >> thanks but no thanks, schmedricks. >> say there are some nice boys with swastikas, here to protect us from the black. thanks for not being helpful. you join mike tyson in not being helpful. all right. this is the best headline -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> who sent me this meredith. romney squeezes out santorum. >> oh.
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>> what? really. >> are you sure that's coffee and not santorum -- >> about this story -- >> that's not a headline though. >> i believe it is. no, it was a headline. somebody sent along -- she also went along -- this makes you wish there was internet back in 1972. this was a button that says they can't lick our [ censor bleep ] ♪ i'm for nixon ♪ >> oh, boy. >> your spending is out of whack -- >> that's the 45 that lost the middle and slightly off center -- >> what was that called ? >> a record adaptor.
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>> sabrina in colorado. >> good morning, stephanie. closet democrat here in the redneck rifera, in western colorado. >> uh-huh. >> the republicans would sell their mother to win this election and any other election. they talk about christianity, but they are the biggest hypocrites. >> yep. >> in man kind you know? it they are all old testament. and i think the dems are most about the new testament. >> newt gingrich should have sold his mother, to help pay for his campaign.
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>> it's a 45-adaptor -- >> no it's the little thing that went in the center -- >> it's the flurn. >> maybe that's what you and your brother called it. >> karen good morning. >> good morning. it's raining here in san antoine know, but you guys are brightening my morning. i support what hilary rosen said because she told the treat. >> she had a point -- >> she just didn't say it well. >> yeah i know. you remember hilary clinton got in trouble that -- what does that mean, liberal women are
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dismissive of women who chose not to work outside the home. >> ah ann romney has a well think husband. >> she had help unlike most women in america raising children. >> exactly. let's go to karen in new york. >> hi i love your show. i love everyone on your show. >> yay! well, that's more than i can. treacherous bastards. >> the only comment taittive type of radio that you get when you get an balanced discussion. just give me the information and i can think for myself. >> looky there. >> all of our lives we have taught our children, danger stranger, and here you have trayvon martin and no one is talking about that. and i would like you to address that. and the other thing racially
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the republicans are so bent on some sort of racial clash. it's not going to go down the way they want it to. united the fall, united the raise, and this is how it's going to be. just as henry mcneil turner was expelled after they voted him in. it is all about race. why are we still having this discussion. >> i love it that they accused the president about making it racial. >> hi there in the chat room says it was called a spider. >> no. >> we have a very high bar that we have to meet in order to bring federal charges in this case, and so we are continuing in that regard. the fbi has been on the scene doing forensic things to try to build that case, while at the same time we're helping the
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state in its attempts to build a case as well. >> trayvon's mom. >> for the last 44 days it has been a nightmare. and this is coming from a mother's perspective. i have been up and down as if i was on a roller coaster. but i know beyond a shadow of a doubt that justice will be served. >> i hope so, jim. you are right. i hope that -- they have more evidence than we think because it will just be he said he said and unfortunately one of the hes is dead. >> yeah. >> what witnesses saw what? why wasn't the girlfriend interviewed. >> the sanford police department did a miserable job. >> yeah. all right 58 minutes after the hour.
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