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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ oh good morning, current tv fans. we're just sitting here awash in mitt mitten. [ laughter ] >> look, rick overton is with us for three hours.morning. >> mitt at a conference call
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reaching out to the young american, and there was a 77-year-old senator on the phone. oh, you said the white house called? >> the white house called. >> just a day in my life rick. we're going to have a conference. >> an inch i just can't scratch. >> and now to scratch your news itch. here she good morning, jacki.. >> good morning, stephanie. good morning, everyone. mitt romney is going to be taking a break today. >> tonight is the beginning of the end of the disappointments of the obama years. and the start of a new and better chapter that we will
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start together. >> newt gingrich said he would drop out of the race if he didn't win delaware or at least come close. and he lost delaware. he said he will continue to carry all of the meetings he has planned. ron paul is going to keep campaigning until tampa. and rick santorum says he will support the gop nominee, but he is stopping short of actually endorsing mitt romney saying the two need to talk at length before he does. michelle obama and ann romney have something else in common. a new poll says they are both more popular than their husbands. this is not unusual, but it is unusual for a candidate's wife
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to be more popular than the candidate himself. more stephanie after the break. we'll be right back.
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mitt-bot, join me. look who is here rick overton. >> what am i doing here? hey, good morning. >> here all three hours in the studio. >> hooray! >> he is trying to get the kids, you know behind him, mitt is so hip and cool as it is. >> oh, yeah, forget about student loans. >> there is obama connecting hey, check this out i'm president. [ laughter ] >> i'm the freaking president! >> i know, right. [ cheers ] >> from 8,000 people. and here is the perfect contrast, mitt romney has a conference call, and he has a 77 year old senator on the call with him. >> damn kids get off milan! [ laughter ] >> and then you are referring to
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romney is talking to a bunch of kids and he is like i hope you shop around for the cheapest college, and then i hope you don't expect the government to help you with that. [ laughter ] >> hard to tell why he's not catching fire with the kids. >> have you heard dees on new hit. [ laughter ] >> let me tell you another charming story about my dressage horses that you can relate to. >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> oh that's not it. >> okay. ♪ >> hello. i'm a dressage horse. ♪ ♪ a horse is a horse of course of course, and no one can dance with a horse of course unless of course that horse is owned by
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mr. mitt to say we would all like to endorse the famous mr. mitt. mittens can yak and yak and waste your time of day, but he has a horse who don't mind if they look gay, you have never heard of a dancing horse? well listen to this -- i -- i'm mr. mitt that horse is just the right height my friend ♪ [ applause ] >> thank you, mike in raleigh. >> outstanding. >> here he is last night. >> the campaign may have worked at a different place and at a different time but not here and not now. it is still about the economy
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and we're not stupid. >> and we're going to find the sound bite he used a couple of weeks ago. the economy is getting better. oh, did i just say that? provably the economy has gotten better under obama. romney you can't get around that. governor of massachusetts 37th and took them to 47th in jobs. and what does he have left? he saved the olympics? yeah with government money. >> in french. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> what was the primary yesterday, chris? i don't know a few states. >> it was new york connecticut, delaware --
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>> sure. >> yes. oh, that's right it was delaware. [ dramatic music ] >> last standing for newt gingrich. >> and he lost by 30 points. >> he said if it is a squeaker he'll continue, and he hasn't dropped out yet, so that's what he meant. >> it's only double digits. >> newt said he was going to go campaign in north carolina and think about things. >> yeah. >> that's where callista is going to go when she leaves him. >> he said he is facing the future of his campaign on delaware. >> right there, delaware. >> yes, he is -- if he does poorly -- which there is some dispute whether 30 points is poorly he will reassess with
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supporters. oh, get howard dean ready. his spokesman did just yesterday a win in delaware guilds grassroots momentum going into north carolina. it could be the beginning of a chain of wins from north carolina, >> yaw! >> who is with me? [ crickets chirping ] >> is it over? it's not no. >> did you say over? nothing is over until we decide it is! was it over when the germans bombed pearl harbor. hell know. >> germans? >> forget it. >> it ain't over now. that's when the going gets tough, the tough gets going. >> don't you feature his
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campaign office like that. just crickets. [ crickets chirping ] >> i'm going to have my face surgically loosens. >> loosen a screw in the back of my head. [ quacking ] >> the campaign is over loosen the screw. >> she is only in her mid-40s, but she looks like she is in her 60s. she looks like she is on one of those high velocity rocket sleds. >> yeah. >> when she comes to rest instant shapay. she looks exactly bike brett hume. campaign from 60 to 0.
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her face just falls like a souffle. all right. time for the next wife newt. we'll keep our eye on that. they are hinting this week he could drop out. oh, the suspense. it's killing me. joel in madison you are on the "stephanie miller show." hey, joel. >> hey i want to talk about the student loan forgiveness thing. >> yes. >> as a person who can't go to college and the only reason i couldn't because i couldn't afford to go a hundred or $200,000 in debt. i don't necessarily think it is the way to fix it. you knew when you took out the loan, you should pay it back. >> so you are in the mitt romney camp? >> no, not at all. but i do like the fact you call him mittens. >> that's what mitt is saying.
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>> just don't go to college. >> but to me -- it's irresponsible to go to college. first of all he had sanatorium say it is snobby. the president is snobby to want you to go to college. >> we don't want a bunch of snobs who won't listen to my propaganda. >> the guys is with three teeth think the guy with seven teeth is a snob. >> yeah. >> look how that worked out for barack obama. see what he did? went into debt, just paid those off eight years ago, what has he made of himself? >> it just stands in direct correlation with wanting to be a republican. >> yeah. >> the most awkward man in the world, married to the most awkward women in the world. they have been doing the
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touchdown dance over the hilary rosen comments. >> sure. >> so they are trying to milk this for everything it is worth -- even though they were caught being gleeful about it. >> right. she said it was a birthday present. >> she said i love the fact that there are women out there who don't have the choice and must go to work. i love that. that's so precious. oh, my god, that's uniquely american. >> yeah. >> i love forest fires, and bridge collapses. >> country club laugh. oh, that's so precious. >> you want a job, why don't you clean the muck off of my dressage hooves. >> yes she has four hooves
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that's four jobs! [ laughter ] >> talk about a birthday gift to me. the difficulty of mother hood. oh, please. >> you have to hire all of those nannies and au pairs. >> do you know how hard it is to find a good au pair. >> it's so difficult remembering my children's names when i have been away from them for so long. >> dressage the competition is fierce for those au pairs. ann romney said, literally -- >> they are lucky. >> she said i love the fact that there are women out there who don't have a choice and have to go to work and raise their kids. thank goodness we value those people too. >> oh, my god. >> a little easier for her.
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[ applause ] >> yeah. >> which car do i go shopping in today? >> hum. >> those people. that was pretty close to you people, wasn't it? >> yeah, the little people. >> i value her she is $0.98 worth of raw minerals. >> thank goodness for the hard scrabble poor. it's so charming. i have only read about it in novels, but -- >> i have read about easy scrabble. >> i saw little match girl once outside the surf where mitt and i were eating, and then my dressage horse ran her over. >> she lit her last match for warmth and then she died. [ laughter ] >> let's go! [ laughter ] >> 18 minutes after the hour off to a rollicking start.
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rick overton. >> yay! >> hey! >> kids carbonite online back up. i was thinking yesterday everything i have in my computer someone asked for a financial document, and if i lost it all i would be sca-rewed, two syllables. all of your files are backed up automatically and continually. no matter what happens to your computer you can easily get back all of those files with just a few clicks. carbonite has a better back upplan for you. >> it's a bar-goon. >> yeah, right. >> you wouldn't even have to hire an au pair to do it for you. >> we have poor people back ours
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up by hand. >> in long hand. [ laughter ] >> get started today with my special offer. 30 days free offer code stephanie. 19 minutes after the hour. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> subscribe make me a bpn. >> this is too good be real. of course it is real. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ [ electricity crackling ] [ gasping ] so get allstate. you could save money and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ dennis ] dollar for dollar, nobody protects you from mayhem like allstate.
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>>i'm a political junkie. this show is my fix. [[vo]]this former two-term governor is ... ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ give my life ♪
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♪ yes i give my -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ you got to get up to get a get down girl. >> let me write down that down. >> only a white person has to write it-write it down. >> it's not addressed to you. >> no. >> 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. the website. you had to break up a fight on stage the other night. >> buddy was on stage. i don't use marijuana but i do believe in others using it. so i went to do comedy at the event to help legalize marijuana. so they -- the guy was on stage, and this dude from the audience jumped up and started fighting with him. and we had to sit him down and explain, man, you are doing a marijuana event. that's not the energy we're
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trying to promote here. >> don't bring meth to a marijuana event. >> hello. >> rick overton, we were just talking about the president on jimmy fallon. funny. [ bell chimes ] >> but mittens not funny in anything he does. >> but he thinks he is. because he laughs at everything he says. >> so i'm in a denny's right -- >> it helps him have some sort of human experience. >> yeah. >> to be able to relate to normal people. >> yeah, i do a lot of the working class humor. >> conservative comedians do jokes. >> brad stein. >> yeah he can't get through his own show -- [ laughter ] [ mumbling ]
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>> what? >> he gets over excited and socialist [ mumbling ] what is that? oh [ laughter ] >> it's like a premature comedic ejaculation. oh, oh i'm sorry. sorry to make you sleep in that. sorry. >> that's their version -- they have taken every comedy course on what a comedian does. >> it said this in the instructional manual. yeah this is the problem they are so awkward the romneys, that they don't even know they are awkward. ann romney actually said -- it's like they are trying to approximate something that looks like authenticity. i love the fact there are women out there that don't have a
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choice and must go to work and still raise the kids. it's just the wording -- well they don't love it. >> everything seems so coached. i would love to be in the training session. here, let's go back to empathy again. here is sad puppy. nothing. okay. we'll come back to that later. okay. >> starving child? >> starving child photo? >> nothing. >> nothing. okay. >> they probably did think the little match girl was comedy. [ laughter ] >> in the restaurant we were just ordering the flaum bay. [ affected laughter ] >> they don't have an irony gene. >> the connection, the correlation. right. >> here is lisa in rackville, maryland. >> the yahoo who called earlier that it is only irresponsible to
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not pay the money back. it's about paying double on the interest. >> there you go. >> for crying out loud are we really going to live in a country where only rich people get to go to college and have children. >> yes, that's what the romneys mean. >> and if you can look up that nightmare of a women virginia fox said. she is a nightmare. >> yeah. >> lisa -- >> she said matthew sheperd was part of a robbery or something, in front of the poor kids' mother. >> yeah lisa makes a good point. it's irresponsible to go to college? >> he didn't go to college, so no one gets to. >> i guess we should just all live outside because it's irresponsible to have a loan of any kind. >> me me, me.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> okay, you little bitch, that's it. you want to [ censor bleep ] with me? let's go! >> 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. that was sad you were just reading a synopsis of the little match girl. >> yeah. we weren't making fun -- they don't screw around. it's really dark. >> rick overton pointed out that was back when people were human. and that was supposed to be a change. >> she was lighting the matches to keep the vision of her
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grandmother alive, and then when she lit the last match, she froze, and passers by found her the next morning. [ affected laughter ] >> that's a wonderful story. >> her carbon footprint is terrible. >> it was an era of grease moneys. they would be given a tin of grease and run up into the machines and if a kid slips and falls into the gears, grab another kid off of the street. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> and your point is what? >> i call that a win-win. >> yeah, job creator. kid destroyer. americans on the street. >> wow. so last night mittens said it is the economy and we're not stupid. yeah. unfortunately he just said this.
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>> of course it is getting better. the economy always gets better after a recession. there is always a recovery. >> oops. >> can we just cancel the election? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> he needs to stop talking now to have any success. and he does not take my advice. every group he decides to reach out to, like the kids -- >> yeah. >> steph stop giving him good advice. let him go. [ laughter ] >> we're comics here. >> he is reaching out to women. oh, president obama ahead by 20 points. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> come on kids get on the mitten train. >> we lost cain we're losing santorum, we have got to keep the gold in the part here. >> that could be impossible. >> no, mitt. keep going. >> keep going. >> stephanie in -- just look at
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him like a parent watching a child in the pool. oh. oh, that's good. oh, yeah. stephanie in illinois you are on the "stephanie miller show." welcome. >> hey, i just upgraded my cable to see you on current -- >> yay! ♪ >> thank you. >> it's worth it. >> go ahead, steph. >> i just figured out the republican plan. they want you to be scared. they want you to be stupid. and they want you to be sick. and mitten has already started on the be stupid thing. because after he is in there four years with no education, everything will be too stupid to know anything anyway. >> yay, hooray! let's keep everybody stupid right? michele bachmann?
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yay! >> otherwise who is going to vote for me? >> blink, blink. >> mittens talking about normal families. >> for every single mom who feels heart broken when she has to explain to her kids that she has to take a second job and won't be home as often, for grandparents who can't afford to gas to visit their grandchildren anymore. for the mom dad and who never thought they would be on food stamps. for them i have a message, hold on a little longer. a better america begins tonight! [ laughter ] >> oh mitt's america has begun. >> that's like george bush's help is on the way. >> we have too much of a surplus, and the rich are paying too much tax, i'm going to get rid of that. >> there it goes. [ explosion ]
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>> was that him trying to approximate some sort of empathy -- >> i remember when he sat the boys home, ann has gotten an eighth dressage horse so mommy will be in europe a little bit more. but we got you a second au pair. here. don't say we didn't relate. >> who are you again? >> are you flurm -- >> god i told that au pair to get name tags. >> you are you? you all look alike. [ laughter ] >> kathy in california you are on the "stephanie miller show." welcome. >> hi kat. >> hey, steph, listen -- i'm taking you off speaker now. >> oh, thank you. >> was a little mad when i first called.
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i just want to say -- >> would you like time to crank up the fake outrage again here. and go! >> i just can't believe that -- that lovie said what she said. i can't believe that she thinks that any of us wanted to get up take our kids to day care at 6:00 in the morning, and then rush to work and then worry about them all day. we just love it. >> look at you, you are so plucking. i love that. are you one of those moms? [ affected laughter ] >> yes, and i feel love getting up early in the morning and going to work. i do love my job, but the point is that nobody wants to leave their children. none of us wanted to do it -- >> [ affected laughter ] >> oh, that is so norma ray.
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>> 2012 is the year we start believing they can do these things. this is the year i just instantly believed they could do it. they are absolutely capable of this. >> uh-huh. oh, go ahead. you might as well hit my mitt romney music again. ♪ >> ann romney, person of the people. ann romney -- >> yeah 17 people. >> yeah. >> she shopped privately -- you know who can't relate to that when they shut down a fancy store just for you. [ affected laughter ] >> sorry everyone else. [ laughter ] >> security. >> i'm going to try that today. i'm going to go in a store and say can you shut this down so i can shop privately. everybody else in though wine barn! get out! ann romney shopped privately at
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the posh [ inaudible ] store. >> what? >> it's too exclusive if you ask me. >> in palm beach. -- oh, it was closed for four hours for her to shop. >> oh, my. >> somebody wrote this surely is in stark contrast with the image of every day folk. miss romney looked nothing like the struggling homemaker while shopping in a private store where the prices start equal do a week's pay of a working woman. >> can they shut down the tube sock section of target for me. >> someone shut down ikia. >> who will shut down? >> yes shut this sucker down. >> the store is full of shutdown
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people. is that okay? >> shut down the ralph's? >> no one here feels really alive. >> next time i go to vaughn's for their wine sale. all of these people -- >> 20% off if you buy 6. >> right? >> i know. [ laughter ] >> jody in orange county. hey, jody. >> hey steph. love the program. >> thank you. >> i have a question about this guy, mitty. we have a man who hides offshore who he doesn't have to serve in the military, he hides his money everywhere -- >> if he thinks america is so great, why doesn't he put his money here. >> he is talking about a better america. we were better from the beginning. and you have your five little offspring who don't serve for his country -- >> he explained they are serving a higher purpose getting him
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elected. >> i'm looking forward to a better switzerland -- america. >> does that annoy anyone else he is always talking about investing in american? why is your money in switzerland? >> i'm a job creator, it's not there. someone is doing this over in switzerland. that's thanks to me. >> hey, joe. >> hey, stephanie good morning. >> good morning. >> i think we're having the wrong conversation when we are talking about student loins. california is the home of some of the finest universities in the world, right? >> huh. >> there was a point where a student can go for free for essentially the cost of books. >> right. >> the slashing of corporate and individual income tax rates has forced people to have to pay. so that's the conversation we ought to be having. secondly if ann romney is such a
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great mother why didn't she take that one son with the bad teeth to the orthodontist. >> oh! >> he is envious that the dressage horses have better teeth than he does. >> all right. [ buzzer sounds ] >> it comes with the territory. >> it's the rich white man's overbite. >> i can't possibly, you know. >> you stay in the penalty box, joe. >> yeah. no kids. you don't attack kids. no mothers no kids. >> yeah. >> kristin wrote about colleges not supporting higher education is a terrible idea. thanks to romney for destroying the university of california college system. more and more people are priced out of college. this leads to waves of less talented, less deserving students in college. >> yes, it's mitt's new america. >> it's a new switzerland.
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we're not stupid. i mean i'm not stupid. >> the "stephanie miller show" would like to apologize. we don't target the children and we have no information whether tagg has ever eaten an apple through a picket fence. >> he does have bad teeth though -- >> i apologize to the substation nature of that -- >> i apologize for the nature of my apology, you couldn't understand it through my horsey teeth. [ laughter ] >> jolly good. >> they are rich they are supposed to look like that. >> what? >> otherwise how can they do that? >> you can't be a member of our family without an overbite. >> you can't have under anything -- >> so freaky looking. okay. 46 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie
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it's rick overton's fault, i am spilling coffee all over myself. >> just like i planned. >> i'm laugh-taiting. >> yes. >> due to your hill lairty. >> i'm honored and lactose tolerant. >> good morning, randy. >> last week on thursday, msnbc they reported there was a powder like substance in the secret service -- >> yes, and it turned out to be cocaine! [ dramatic music ] >> cocaine is out of your system in three days. you can snort cocaine and it is out of your system in three days? >> do we know that for a fact? >> yes. >> hum. >> and another -- >> i don't know that i would take that as fact. >> then maybe that's information you better look up.
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why don't you think our baseball players, that's the choice of drugs for them? >> what is your beef? >> marijuana is in people's system for 31 days. those people have to go to jail and prison for that and we allow our cops to come in and break people's doors down, and shoot 10,000 innocent children a year for search and seizure on marijuana. >> yeah. but you are saying the secret service people belong in jail -- >> no, i didn't say that, ma'am. i'm just saying why should we test somebody that the drug is out of their system in three days -- >> randy quick google search says that reports show that cocaine stay in your body for two to three days however that is definitely a misconception -- so you were wrong, randy. >> how do we know which tests they are getting then -- >> oh. >> instead of a dna test.
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>> all right. >> well, look we can all agree it's ridiculous to bust kids for pot without bringing this other one in as a connector somehow. i see the connection you are making to say it is unfair and we all agree. it is unfair to be busting these kids. >> absolutely. >> to bust pot heads is like hunting corn with a shotgun. >> however i don't want the secret service guarding my president to be doing cocaine, you know, in a foreign country. >> you were saying hookers and blow kind of go together. >> especially in columbia. >> you seem to know that. like you tried pets one time and said, oh no? you want blow? okay. >> doesn't coke make you a little jumpy? [ laughter ] >> makes them -- >> oh, sorry. >> go to a high-speed happy
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place, it will be over with the secret service soon. >> dan in detroit. hi, dan. >> hi, steph. i think one of the reasons that the media -- not all of the media, obviously, but a lot of the reason that the media, you know doesn't call mitt romney and other people on the staff is that they are [ inaudible ] who want to be part of the deal. they want to be invited to the country club. >> yep. yep. we were saying the media's whole interest is in making at it close race even if it is not. the president -- i thought it was my imagination has received twice as much negative coverage as mitt romney has. and he is mitt romney for god's sake. >> just normal coverage ought to be bad. yes, he gave his speech yesterday. [ romantic music ] >> a better america begins
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tomorrow. that's today. it has already begun. >> it looks a little cloudy to me. >> and he started in new hampshire not one of the states that voted yesterday. i guess there was magical symbolism in that. [ romantic music ] >> obama is leading mitt in new hampshire. >> a better america starts the day after -- no, the day before -- >> yeah. mittens. >> you have given me a great honor and solemn responsibility. and together we are going to win this election. >> yay! yay. and here he is being authentic. >> are you making more at your job? do you have a better chance to get a better job? are you paying less at the pump? >> what is a jom? >> yeah, and when is the last
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time he has ever been at the pump. oh, jeebs is the limo filled with gas yet? >> can you please fill the limo with petrol. >> our cars don't run on gas. our cars run on the tears of the american people and children. fill the tank up with children's sorrows. >> the sorrows of the homeless. >> little match girl tiers. >> filled with crushed dreams of those who will never be able to afford college. [ affected laughter ] >> please stuff your crushed dreams into the tank of my car. >> voom voom. >> mitt romney has begun to pivot, otherwise known as -- lie.
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>> yeah. >> you fully moved on to the general election when mitt romney began to pivot. that's what they are calling me. >> i'm an airport sock. . >> he said in the press conference yesterday he was opening to studying marco rubios dream act alternative. and i don't even know what a republican alternative to the dream act is -- >> nightmare act. >> yes exactly. but they are going to cover it. they are not going to say he is a pathetic flip flopper. they will just say this is the way we always pivot in the general. >> after that etch-a-sketch thing, he has to somehow incorporate that into his own thing. that's what they do. >> sure. sure. 58 minutes after the hour. right back with representative gary peters next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ oh, hello current tv fans. i'm just getting ready to eat my leftover sushi freshly washed with leftover radiation. >> we're looking at the radiation maps -- >> yeah, you guys are a couple of geeks. representative gary peters coming up. it was his bill about lowering student loans. >> that's right. >> and we have rod stieber who
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is president of -- >> rod styinger. >> he is once came on to stephanie. >> yeah, he was asked me on a date. i said aren't you dating elizabeth taylor? [ laughter ] >> we were unpolitically correct together and our eyes met across crowded rooms. >> apparently he has a type. [ laughter ] >> all right. so much more to come in the current tv newsroom. good morning, jacki. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everyone. the federal court is taking a look at the relationship regarding immigration. at issue is arizona law that allows police to ask people for their papers. the obama administration is challenging the law on the grounds that the federal government controls the law not the states.
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senate democrats say if the high court upholds the arizona law, they will push for a floor vote in congress on legislation to invalidate it. president obama continues his college tour today at the university of iowa. he is also going to hold a round table with five students who received federal loans and who wouldn't have been able to go to college without them. the president has been calling on his own leaner years to show he can relate. >> michelle and i we have been in your shoes. when we married, we got poor together. i'm the president of the united states. we only finished paying off our student loans about eight years ago. >> and today is one tea day or the day that students get a trillion dollars. occupiers from the occupy wall street movement will be holding
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>> good morning. good morning crew stephanie. i love your show. god bless you guys. i look forward to it every morning. >> thank you. >> i wanted to talk about sister ann this morning. she don't know really what it is like being a mother at home. >> really what are you basing that on claudia? >> on myself. i couldn't go to high school because i was brought up in the shop in the 60s, so i was able to move -- when we did get out of school but not with a good education, which moved to the north, and my husband got hired at a factory, and i got hired at a hostile. and i thank god for people who
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try to help people. we just wanted an opportunity. and god blessed us the opportunity. >> good for you. >> and my son has graduated now. >> good for you. >> i worked full-time. i went to school at night. i had to be at work at 6:00. there's nothing wrong with peoples -- >> so you are one of those snobby elitist that wanted your kids to go to college then? >> yes, i guess so. >> my husband and i didn't have peoples to help us. >> all right. thank you claudy, honey. [ applause ] >> wow! >> snobby elitist. >> whatever! >> all right. the president talking to college kids yesterday. >> five years ago congress cut the rate on federal student loans in half. that was a good thing to do. but on july 1st, that's a little
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over two months from now, that rate cut expires. and if congress does nothing, the interest rates on those loans will double overnight. >> what is your point? >> it's funny we had someone that would con sponsor a bill that would fix this problem. it's representative gary peters. good morning, representative. >> good morning, stephanie. >> obviously you are a cosponsor of this bill to fix the problem. tell us about it. >> i'm working very closely with joe out of connecticut to get this bill moving, to take it happen as the president mentioned, interest rates are going to be doubling on july 1st to college students going from 3.4%, to 6.8% which just adds additional debt on to students. and as you know it's pretty tough to get through college right now for most kids if you don't take out a loan.
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and the loan amounts continue to go up, and have interest rates double at a time when you can get a mortgage rate at around 4%. and treasuries are at 2% interest. to have that go to 6.8% on top of loans is unconscionable. this should not be a partisan issue, but unfortunately we have not been able to get republican support here in the house. we have signed up 139 cosponsors. it continues to get momentum. but we have to get this passed. >> it's funny, we had someone call last hour, and they echoed this republican talking point it is irresponsible to take on this debt. this is what we're talking about. we're talking about getting a reasonable interest rate.
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>> that's right. >> yeah, absolutely and, you know, the fact that folks have taken on debt if you think you can just go to college and have someone pay for it, that's not the reality for most kids in america. we had the chair of the subcommittee on hire education, representative fox who said she has no sympathy for students who take out loans because she worked her way through school back in the early 60s. but that's not the reality today. today students need to take debt if you are a working class family, and you should not be gouged on the penalty. people aren't asking for a handout, they are just trying to move forward to get the education to be successful. >> how out of touch did that seem with mitt romney saying i certainly hope you are shopping
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for a cheaper college or don't expect the government to help you? it is someone who is just so intrinsically out of touch. >> absolutely. and that is what is happening even in state universities across the country. states have been cutting back on their support. as a result of that, the cost of college has been shifted on to the backs of students, because the states have been cutting back. and it hits disproportionately those students from middle class families. and they are just saying give me a decent interest rate a rate that is a market oriented interest rate which is 3.4% right now. and they will pay back the interest. if the government has to borrow the money, we can borrow it. if we're borrowing at 2% and giving it to the student at 3.4, that's still a positive for the
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taxpayers. and we all agree without a college education today it's very difficult to have a middle class lifestyle. >> the president seems to shockingly speak much more authentically to the kids. >> i -- i didn't just get a policy briefing on this. michelle and i. we have been in your shoes. we didn't come from wealthy families. >> yeah. i loved the part where he said check this out, i'm president. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> i just paid off my loan eight years ago. but it is the reality that most american families are going through. >> there's no question. and student debt has been increasing. most students have to take out loans, and they know that their future is tied to getting that education, and we should be supporting young people who are saying i want to go to college work hard. i have the ability to do it and if we cut back on the ability
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for young people to go to college, we'll lose the race against the chinese and indians and other countries around the world. we're competing in a very competitive global environment. our edge is education. and we have great educational institutions in america and people have to be able to take advantage of it. >> so the president, you know, talked about these republicans as you said being against this. and once again using it as a bargaining chip for offsetting budget cuts. >> here they take this hostage and last week we passed -- i think it was $42 billion tax cut or multi-billion dollars tax cut for millionaires basically. half of that tax cut went to millionaires. but when it comes to a middle class kid just trying to get a regular interest rate on their loan, republicans want to throw up all sorts of barriers.
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it's unbelievable. >> congressman am told you have to go because you have important congressional business. what could be more important than me, but -- >> very few things stephanie. >> exactly my point. thanks for this bill, and thank you for taking time for us. >> thank you very much. >> well, speaking of the children -- [ screaming ] >> i believe children of the future, as you know particularly debbie's child ♪ i believe that children are our future ♪ >> in oklahoma. hi, debbie in oklahoma. >> hi, stephanie. love your show. it gives me something to laugh at in the morning, which is the republicans. >> yeah. >> i was watching my current tv like i do every night and my grandson came in and saturday down and watched it with me. and he said you know what, nana i'll be 18 before the election.
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i will be voting for obama. i was so proud. >> yahoo! >> and he made his own decision. i never told him which way to go with everything. the boy listened and made his own decision. >> it's not like you say sit down and watch current. [ suspense music ] >> and i have another daughter who has been overseas in iraq and afghanistan. she got her college degree through the gi bill. and i guarantee the republicans will want to take that college degree out of the gi bill. >> yeah, socialist slacker. >> yeah, my god! because they spent years sending their kids overseas. you don't deserve for us to pay for your college. get a job! >> yeah, rock on nana! it's your birthday. no dessert until you finish
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grandholm. [ laughter ] >> all right. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> the president talking to the kids. >> that's basically a tax hike for more than 7 million students across america. >> yeah. basically. there's nothing they won't fight, the republicans. you just think this is a no-brainer. and it's -- no. >> live with their parents for the rest of their lives. >> yeah. and the republicans are trying to spin this as, you know, kids not paying their fair share or as -- you know, getting a free education. when it couldn't be further from the truth. >> yeah. >> just want to give him a shot at education. >> who do these people think they are? >> it's like the same people that do while there's someone chasing a butterfly in slow motion across a field -- >> yeah, ask your doctor if death is right for you? >> yeah.
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>> uh-huh. >> thank. so eat up. >> uh-huh. i'm going to have to give out my recipe. >> what is that >> it's my mom's recipe. [ inaudible ] >> shrimp tomato's and peas. >> uh-huh. >> all right. did you buy that or did you make it at home? >> i made it. >> awe it is better than fried sauerkraut?
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>> announcer: "stephanie miller show" -- ♪ >> 24 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. rick overton fan mail for you. julia said i was headed to bed until i saw rick overton for all three hours. hilarious man giggle. there should be many smart sensible people out there tracked -- yadda, yadda, yadda. >> i told you. i learned that in phoenix.
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>> yeah, hi y'all. speaking of handsome comedians like rick overton. the president on jimmy fallon. >> now is not the time to make school more expensive for our young people. [ cheers and applause ] >> you should listen to the president. or as i like to call him, the presy of the united statiy. >> you can win dinner with ann romney. if you donate $5. mitt romney is giving you the chance to share a meal with my lovely wife. the subject line is lucky you. we can watch little match girl
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die together. [ affected laughter ] >> waiter where is my pino. you have 48 hours left to win a chance to be that lucky person. >> and that's not where it ends, then we head off to the hotel [ buzzer sounds ] >> and off you go with ann and a couple of columbian hookers and some blow. >> i'll just be sitting here in my magic underwear and smoking jacket. >> you it could be your turn. >> isn't at it little weird to raffle off your wife like that? >> that's the way the mormons roll. >> there's more where that came from. >> julie on ann romney. >> hi, stephanie thanks for taking my call. first time caller.
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>> oh, boy. >> i wanted to point out the difference between michelle obama and ann romney. ann romney shut down a store for four hours, and last year we saw michelle obama slip on a pair of sunglasses and go into a target. >> yeah, exactly. all right. the president talking about -- to the kids yesterday. >> this country has always made a commitment to put a good education within the reach of all who are willing to work for it. that's what makes us special. >> yes! >> that's what made us an economic super power. >> yes! >> that's what kept us at the forefront of business, and science, and technology, and medicine, and that's a commitment we have to reaffirm today in 2012. [ cheers and applause ] >> 2012, i'm in!
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yes! >> i like the perky girl in the front row. yes! yes! [ laughter ] >> all right. >> just second your kids to a boarding school in switzerland, what? >> cindy in michigan. >> last night the president mentioned on fallen that groundhog day was his favorite movie to rewatch featuring rick overton. >> yes. >> he has an inin the white house. if he showed up he might get in. >> when someone won't remove their white gloves before reaching out to me i might begin to think that they think i'm icky. >> he might get poor on him or something. >> i'm testing you for dust. >> i could wake up every morning with a cher song and you rick
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overton, and my life would be perfect. [ humming ] >> lou in silver spring maryland. >> hi, stephanie. i want to thank al gore for putting you guys on and bill press. >> you're welcome. >> al, thank you. >> i'm just mad because i want to know why the hell no one is talking about this but you? >> what? >> when hilary rosen made a comment, everybody went crazy. this lady is as phony as a $3 bill. the only thing she does when she gets up in the morning is making sure the nanny is getting the boys out. and the boy is 30 years old now, stop calling the boys. [ laughter ] >> that's right. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie
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>> here you go. >> you saute -- >> germany. >> green pepper onion, in a little olive oil -- >> okay. >> right? and then shrimp i just got a bag of frozen shrimp whatever and frozen peas -- >> and wok fry it? >> no just a pan. and stir it up. >> your mom made that up out of leftovers. >> oh, and curry! my mom is watching going, stephanie, curry. don't forget curry. my mom has always been a total
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rebel. >> your mom made that out of leftovers it's like my mom's tuna wiggly. >> what is that. >> it is tuna and noodles, and some sort of cream sauce. >> your mom's recipes suck. my mom's recipes are good. >> what is the wiggling part? you after you ate it? >> no, that came from the egg noodles. >> that could be it. >> you are a boy. you don't know how to make things. >> what? >> let's go to bb in columbus. >> i'm feeling a little wiggly
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myself. ♪ i believe in miracles ♪ >> i have a question about the sexy liberal tour -- >> the sexy liberal coming to columbus -- >> oh you are all over it. >> bb are you drunk? >> no, but i intend to be very shortly. >> awesome. awesome. >> you have to have a dream and hold on to it. [ applause ] >> my people. my people. all right. let's dive into the right-wing world. shall we kids. steve hayes on the president. >> you have these sessions -- this women and the economy thing which speaks to a particular part of the base that he needs to fire up. now you have these youth rallies all week, which remember one of the central tenants of the occupy wall street movement was debt forgiveness. this is speaking to that group. he is going around -- it's almost like we're in the santa
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claus phase, where he is giving gifts to all of the people he wants to vote for him. >> he just wants people to have a fair interest rate. >> not a gift. >> they can even turn santa into something bad. >> yeah. >> yeah, right. have you checked the book? that's one of your guys. >> yeah. >> all right. rush limbaugh on the president. >> looky here what a coincidence, barack obama just talking to the students that interest rates on federal student loans will double if congress doesn't act by july 1st. word for word what sandra fluk just tweeted herself. and she is represented by operatives inside the white house. >> what? >> he'll do something to wipe out student loan debt forgive it or whatever.
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you wait. >> is your point the president is a student loan slut? is that your point, rush? [ applause ] >> she's a slut look at her! >> who needs the supreme court when you can just go around them. first health care and now planning to bypass the supreme court on immigration. is that how it's supposed to work? >> they pick them out by memos they get from large corporations. most politicians are supposed to be front door receptionists for large corps now. >> exactly. brian fisher from the american family association. >> yes. >> and family means not the gays. >> exactly. >> the real issue for the social conservative base is where does governor romney stand on the
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issues of marriage and human sexuality, and this i think is an alarming signal for the governor to send. it was right after he was endorsed by the national organization for marriage and others, and then governor romney picks as the face of his campaign on national security and foreign policy a man who is not just a homosexual, but a homosexual activist. >> oh! >> that's a great concern to people in the evangelical service. >> he is working on what? [ screaming ] >> on activation. >> he working on -- >> okay. >> he is also a catty homosexual. >> that's my favorite part. he is such a catty gay. >> evangelicals don't like gays
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because they don't manufacture more evangelicals. which is ironic because they certainly manufacture a lot of gays. >> yes. richard grenell. he has had a colorful life on twitter. [ laughter ] >> he is like paul lind on twitter. put on a necklace. [ affected laughter ] >> awful! oh, that neck! >> he is the secret square. [ laughter ] >> no doubt. >> now he has scrubbed much of his online presence. deleting over 800 catty tweets. and now this news this morning, he has been business illy editing his own wikipedia page. now it's looking supper. >> the cat's back in the bag
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again. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> i can fix you! ♪ i will try to fix you ♪ >> glen beck at a san diego church. is that where he is working now? >> yeah. >> the scarey left is a genie in a bottle and they have come in and been uncorked and given free reign, and while everybody is paying at attention to ted nugent, nobody is paying attention to the real dangers in america. and they are pushing, pushing, pushing. they want conflict. they want to burn america down to the ground. >> don't genies give you wishes. >> yes master. >> she was hot. ♪ >> i had a huge crush on genie. i love would she would shake her head and go daaaang.
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>> they weren't as good of sound effects as the bionic woman had, but still i know what you mean. >> why is she going to slowly. >> tucker carlson. >> the naacp is a totally discredited group. >> hum. >> it represents virtually no one, it is bankrupt literally and morally and i don't know why we pay any attention to what they think. >> and in case you haven't noticed. they are black. >> okay. >> black. >> okay. all right. >> all technique no substance. [ applause ] >> that concludes a -- >> the ncaa is a defunct organization -- what? oh, that's the other one. >> hi barbara.
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>> i really don't think the republicans want to win. they got almost every screwball candidate in the world into those primaries. i think they want the democrats to be fully blamed for every bad thing that happened. and that we had amnesia as a population and then forget about bush. when you hit 2016 that's the election they want. >> i have heard that in some quarters. >> and i don't want mittens to win. and he didn't pivot yesterday, on the education thing. what he did was he said the tag line to that was, but i don't know how we're going to pay for it. that's going to be the answer to not doing anything dee sent in this country. >> exactly. >> a number of college graduates that can't find work or only
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find work well beneath their skill level. i fully support the effort to extend the low interest rate. >> he has actually left and came back, oh, by the way, me too on the student loans. [ laughter ] >> yeah, because he knew he was getting faced by the president. >> exactly. donna in oklahoma. >> hi, stephanie. i'm nervous so i'm probably going to screw this up. >> don't be nervous. >> i have a conspiracy theory on why the gop republicans would like to keep america stupid and uneducated. by keeping america uneducated and stupid they have an endless supply of bodies for the military, an endless supply of save labor, or slave labor work. to keep privatized prisons full, which keeps them rich. and uneducated women, let's keep
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them down -- >> i'm kind of agreeing with what you are saying. you might want to reword that to not stupid -- >> uneducated -- >> they are corralled by circumstance into a situation that's like a funnel and there's no way out except through that other opening. >> yeah and donna, you are right on the chick part i don't know where i would be out god and my husband. [ laughter ] >> i thought you were married to jesus. >> yeah, that's it. 46 minutes after the hour. we'll be right back. >> get thee to a nonery. >> announcer: i got her number off of the men's room stall. 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪ wants to hear. until the truth reveals itself.
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attack on women that perhaps the majority of the population woke up? >> idaho is not known as approaching act i.v. you had hundreds of women show up, thousands signed petitions. they made their voices heard. what happens is that now, the legislators are running scared. very similar laws have passed quietly in other states for the past 10 years, really in the past two years have intensified. pennsylvania a similar law was shelved, idaho this proved to be political poison. women are paying attention and having their voices heard. >> thanks for
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coming in. >> the aclu considers a demand that to get a job you have to let an employer open your private mail, the senate wants to make it illegal to hand over a password to your facebook account.
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♪ i believe in miracles -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ -- you sexy thing ♪ >> who wants one of my balls? anybody? >> melon ball? >> um, fleshy. [ laughter ] >> this is the "stephanie miller show." david benner political strategy extrordanaire coming up at the top of the hour. and the president of the young democrats of america. rick overton live in studio with us all our. the president on jimmy fallon last night, talking about the secret service scandal. >> the secret service -- these guys are incredible. they protect me. they protect michelle. they protect our girls. our officials all around the world. 99.9% of them every day they are putting their life on the line,
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and they do a great job. so a couple of knuckle heads shouldn't detract from you know, what they do. but what these guys were thinking, i don't know. that's why they are not there anymore. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> i love he used the word knuckle head. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> yeah. i love this republican senator grassley has fished out the real problem. columbian prostitutes could have been russian spies. what? what era was that where every villain was a russian. >> yeah. >> in 1984 5, 6 -- >> six yeah. so here is the situation. now most female russian spies have wound up being prostitutes
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to make a living. >> yeah. >> kgb is wrapped up you got to get a little side work. >> i suppose it's better than east german hookers. >> yeah, not a lot of call for that. they are better at javelin. [ laughter ] >> grassley surmiced it could well have been russian spies. >> is he living in a bond movie? >> russians? god he's old. >> yes. >> watch out for japanese guys in boller hats. >> yeah. >> reporting directly from octapussy. what? three more secret service being forced out of the agency. two others have been cleared in the investigation. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> meaning they didn't pay for
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it? >> they got a neighbor kid who's urine is for sale for like $500 an ounce, some billionaire across the street is pulling up in a ferrari. the whiz kid. >> hey. john welcome. >> hi, stephanie. i have a couple of things to say this morning. yesterday shawn hanley was talking about all of the poor people can eat rice and beans. >> yeah. he apparently has lots of poor friends who eat rice and beans. by the way he is about to sign a new contract for around $10 million a year. >> yeah. >> eric holder is taking john edwards into court when he ought to be taking bush and cheney
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into court. dick cheney has a new heart, he can stand to be in prison now. >> oh, dear. >> my mother just said oh dear. >> your mother still loves dick cheney. >> oh, yes, war criminal. hi, aaron. >> i wanted to chime in about the student loan issue. i'm a full-time student. i'm a father of three children under the age of five and a human services worker, which means i make exactly nothing. >> yeah. >> but i'm a full-time college student so i can continue my career in human services to i don't know, maybe help people. and the fact they want to try to double my interest rates when i'm already knowingly going into a field that isn't going to pay a lot. all i'm trying to do is feed my family and help people outside of my family.
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>> yep. >> and they want to make that more difficult, that just fuels the fire for folks like myself -- i'm 34 and starting college very late in life, but it fuels the fire for folks like me to get out and get active, and show these republican and conservative folks what they are really up against. >> yep absolutely. the president by the way. i thought he was great yesterday. obviously he can relate but he basically was just saying look. they are trying -- the legislation is to stop interest rates on student loans from doubling. he just said i didn't just read about this or get talking points. and he said he and michelle didn't come from wealthy families. when we married we got poor together.
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[ romantic music ] >> that's so romantic. and then mitt romney said what young americans want and need is a new president. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> can i get a -- [ affected laughter ] >> speaking of scientologists paula from noho rice and beans are what members of the c-org get to eat when their are naughty. >> oh, my. marcia. >> hi, stephanie. i'm a new listener. and i'm totally enjoying your program. >> thank you. >> i just wanted to tell you that i am a democrat in northern alabama, and here is the equivalent of -- of being a gay, because you have to be careful with your opinions that your boss might not like what you are
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saying. and i just wanted to say something about mitt romney. if mitt romney worked to get elected, he will be the combination of the 1% running our country. >> yeah. >> that's what we need a president totally on the side of the rich. >> yeah, he is central casting for the 1%. my dream is that you can watch current tv with the drapes open. >> i do do that. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> take that alabama. >> you know how current's logo is a flag. >> yeah. >> she should fly a current flag above her house. >> yeah. like the jolly roger. arrr. >> people flying their confederate flags go what the hell is that? who is current? >> david bender is next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> good morning everyone. i'm jacki schechner with a current news update. leave it to newt gingrich to stretch out the inevitable. he now says he will suspend his campaign in a week. he is expected to make the announcement at an event in d.c.
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on tuesday. and rick santorum and mitt romney will finally sit down together. that will be a week from nighed on may 4th. santorum has yet to endorse romney for president. homeland security secretary is testifying this morning before the senate judiciary this morning. addressing the secret service scandal. >> the director has the president and my full confidence as this investigation proceeds. the investigation will be complete and thorough. >> the secret service has now dealt with all 12 agents involved. nine have been forced out. one stripped of his security clearance and two have been cleared. last night was a good one for progressives in pennsylvania.
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two representatives have lost their state. both of the men -- holden and all themeyer voted against national health care reform, and have now lost their jobs. that leaves 23 blue dogs and five are planning on retiring. about 2,000 protesters are planning to show up in detroit at a shareholder's meeting. they say ge paid really what amounts to a negligible tax rate in 2010. the message through these pro tests is clear. we want you to pie your fair share. today is also one-t day, the day
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with his little bonbon. >> the website. you can email us all there. al len says i generally get all of my information only from the steph staff. [ applause ] >> i also bought carbonite and everything else you insist on pedalling, and now i have to buy current. damn you! [ screaming ] >> here is another one. virginia beach has cox. >> excuse me? what?
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>> and cox suck because they do not carry current. when i get down there i promise to write to cox to carry current, and maybe then we can have a happy ending. so all listeners who have cox, please help me and contact cox to get current. >> geez, i just woke up. >> if cox does not feel like they want to carry current tv, you can try direct tv. >> yes. >> both major satellite carriers do carry current tv. >> all right. oh, hey, looky here. david bender everybody our pal. ♪ return to bender ♪ >> yay david bender!
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>> yay! good morning, david bender. good morning. welcome to our etch-a-sketch moment. >> yes, we are awash in mitt dom. >> i'm still trying to clean it off. as we know this is the day -- it was john fagelsang who illicited the truth, which is so rare in politics, that they will shake themselves -- you have to look forward to watching mitt and ann shake themselves off to try to pretend none of this -- it was ground hog's day, rick overton. none of this happened. and next week we'll hear newt gingrich suspend his campaign -- >> by the way, so he is going to get out but not until tuesday? >> not until tuesday. >> what is that about? >> it takes time to total up all
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of your bills. there is a huge debt -- and remember how this works. the way it works is that the degree to which he endorses myth, enthusiastically -- he is going to do it this way. he is going to say. we're very proud of the campaign we have run. we have run, because mitt romney wouldn't be the true conservative he is now if i hadn't been in the race. >> frankly i made him the man he is today. and if you just tuned in -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> -- that is the breaking new. he will suspend his campaign on tuesday. >> and that is exactly how this works. all of the hamburgers that were paid for my romney donors -- tim poletti got out of the race early. he had maybe a half a million
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dollars debt, and myth has much more. and all of that has been paid off by supporters of romney. >> so students shouldn't expect a fair rate for student loans, but he is going to pay for newt's race. >> if you want your student loan erased, endorse mitt romney. >> exactly. boy, that's going to be the most awkward endorsement ever -- >> yeah. >> if newt gingrich had any shame, you are absolutely right. it would be. but since he -- that gland was removed years ago, this will be easy. he will be triumphant in defeat. he will say i am the one who turned our party back to its core. mitt romney is now a worthy successor to ronald reagan
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because of me, and maybe rick santorum. and that's how that will play out. >> are you underestimating the threat that ron paul still poses? >> i love his suits, i really do. i want one myself. it -- ron paul interestingly is the only one who said both -- both santorum and gingrich have said they will support the nominee. ron paul has not said that. so he could keep going right past the convention. >> awesome. >> who knows what that means. it is just really one of the more curious little herald stat season moments i have ere seen. >> here is the boner yesterday. >> there's a two in three chance that we win control of the house again. but there's a one in three chance that we could lose. and i'm being myself frank.
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>> he is frank lee now too. >> yes. >> 18 members are retiring or seeking other office. democrats have at least 22 seats open due to requirement or seeking other office. debbie watson schultz said boner knows that means they are vulnerable. >> but it has always been true. those tea party republicans -- those elected in 2010 had no idea what they were doing. it -- talk about waking up you know and looking at sonny and cher, they truly had no idea, and they have governed that way. they have nothing to run on, which is why you are starting to see tiny little things possibly trying to come out of the house so they can go back and say we did something. but they -- that republican class is as vulnerable as i have ever seen. they need to flip 25 seats.
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i think there's a very real chance that the house goes back. the problem, of course is the senate. where it is 2 to 1 up democrats over republicans. >> right. >> so wait until you have a mitch mcconnell as majority leader. >> oh, god. >> gack. >> a very slow-moving senate. >> my head is retracting in my suit. >> a lot of lettuce. >> yes. >> help me on i'm on my back. >> david couple of things i thought were hopeful and surprising. president obama highed with romney in arizona. >> yeah, those states are -- colorado nevada -- again, we're looking at a latino vote. because mccain who had a home state advantage that probably neutralized it, but arizona
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might have been deployed four years ago. all of this depends on a very specific strategy. they either have to increase their percentage not very much of the latino vote for romney or they have to depress the vote. and one of two things is going to happen. that's what they are trying to do, because they know if the president gets the same three-quarters of the latino vote, which he is currently getting, if that holds, he wins the election. >> yeah. we were just in wisconsin with the sexy liberal. wisconsin saw the largest decrease in employment in the last 12 months. he promised to create 250,000 new job in his first term. they dropped nearly a full percentage point. and we are seeing this in other
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republican-lead states. >> and yet we are trying to cost them one more job so who are we to talk? >> yes. >> but so many of those jobs and let's be honest about this. the job loss in this country. there would be job growth across the board were it not for public sector jobs. those horrible firemen and policemen and teachers and sanitation workers, all of those people who do those terrible public service jobs those are the ones that scott walker and his people are scrubbing. >> yes. the largest percentage decrease is in wisconsin. and walker said we saw a net increase in jobs this year incorrect, of course. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> by we, he means something other than wisconsinites. but win to the spring states
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ohio lost 95,000 jobs. chris christie saw his state lose 8600. and wisconsin dropped 4500. >> posterity is for the little people. >> yeah. is this an indication that the president is leading in swing states? >> it's not. but i just talked to a very very senior advisor to the president who says all of these polls right now -- and this is the thing we need to be worried about, because we're sitting here in april, and if the election was held today, the president would win, but it is not going to be held today. and all of those swing states will be close. >> it will come down to independents, i suppose as usual. >> yes, and how much of our base turns out. remember, 2012 again, it's young people who turned out over 65%
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to the president are at any enthusiastic level they are at today because a lot of them can't get jobs. they are saying it doesn't matter what i do. that is a big deal. so you are seeing the president hit these college campuses and talk about student loans. apparently romney -- i won't call this breaking news, but he is telling people privately, because he has only one decision now to make. this is not -- you know where to give his next speech or what dressage horse to dress. >> yes. >> this is who is he going to pick as a running mate? >> right. >> and the two he most wants to pick are either marco -- wait for it -- rubio. or chris christie. >> oh wow. >> chris christie cream. >> those are his choices. and those are two very crucial
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states. florida and new jersey would be in play. >> wow. >> he is not going to win new jersey. >> that really wouldn't please the base would it? if either one of them are chosen. >> if it comes down to independents, it might help. and if we're talking about latinos, it could help. >> all right. david we have to run -- >> run! run! run! >> wow. [ applause ] >> that would present some lighting chances with chris christie. >> oh, stop it. >> yeah, you are in my light chris from every angle. >> no you are blocking the sun. [ laughter ] >> stop it! >> seriously. okay. 19 minutes after the hour. >> y'all are mean. >> if you have a business and you are not selling your wares on line you need to sign up for big commerce now do it.
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jim ward on air guitar. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. jim, time for a guess the quote. who said i love the fact there are women out there who don't have a choice and they must go to work and they still have to raise kids? thank goodness we value those people do. >> ray davies. [ buzzer sounds ] >> no. that was well-known struggling homemaker ann romney. >> dressage horse -- >> dressage horse rider. >> i'm sure there are other struggles in that household that we just don't know anything about. >> see there you go. >> what? >> i'm sorry that -- they told me these would be magic and -- [ laughter ] >> for some reason the spell isn't -- >> it's not magic. [ laughter ] >> all right. this is for squeezy as well. steph, i get the show on current, dressage has been a repeating topic, and it makes me
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hot. back when i was 20 i dated a women who did dressage horse riding, and she had incredible control over her thigh and pelvic muscles. as a rider she had to appear to be stationary so she is using those muscles to instruct the horse how to remove. >> uh-huh. >> she explained she felt great power with such a powerful animal between her legs. >> oh, boy. >> kagel exercises anybody. >> hello, i'm a dressage horse. [ laughter ] ♪ a horse is a horse of course of course and no one can dance with a horse of course that is
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of course unless the horse is owned by mr. mitt go direct to the source and ask the horse he will tell you the same thing that were forced to say we endorse mr. mitt ♪ ♪ he has dancing horses who don't mind if they like they're gay ♪ ♪ you have never heard of a dancing horse ♪ ♪ well listen to this ♪ >> i -- i -- i'm mr. mitt. that horse is just the right height my friend. >> the perfect size for dressage. >> i am constantly amazed by the talent of mike in raleigh. >> yeah, he is awesome. hi, gail. >> hi. i had an observation, when mitt romney was giving his victory speech last night, there was a man sitting behind him who was
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clearly very uncomfortable -- >> even more uncomfortable than mitt romney? >> i thought he was the guy holding the strings. >> yeah he slithered out of his seat. i have been listening since 5:00 this morning, and i think i'm the only one that saw it. but he slithered out and then reappeared a few minutes later, but he was uncomfortable and he had his head behind. he didn't want to be seen on tv -- >> i think it was an rep tillian alien. >> yeah. i'll have to check the videotape as they sa. rod schneider is the president of young democrats of america, and he joins us next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> >> you have got a lot of nerve, honey. [ laughter ] >> hello. i'm stephanie miller president of bitter old childless shut in loser democrats of america. thanks for tuning in. rob snyder is are the of the young democrats of america. hello, rod. good morning. >> good morning, stephanie. we'll make you a honorary
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member. >> thank you. rod is it me or does the president seem more comfortable with the young people than mitt romney does. >> he has been our president since 2008. the reaction to the president on jimmy fallon was incredible. nothing but the president slow jamming to the news. >> yeah. >> i can't see mitt romney doing that. >> and i loved him talking about student loans at the university of north carolina with the tar heels, and he is like can i get an amen! and it's like amen! and you try to imagine that moment with mitt romney. did you see he forgot and then came back to the microphone oh
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yeah. that student loan thing, me too. isn't it most telling when you see mitt romney saying i hope you are shopping for a cheaper college or i hope you don't expect the government to help you. >> you got anymore good news pal? >> yeah. >> it's a remarkable contrast between the two campaigns. a few weeks ago a college student asked mitt romney in chicago what is his plan, and he literally said shop around. that's his answer. >> that's the pointer sister's plan, shop around. >> yeah. >> president obama has made this a top issue of the campaign. he is treating young people like a legitimate voting block, and a powerful political voice, and i think young people are responding very well it to. they take him seriously and at
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his word that he is fighting for them. >> a lot of students say the same thing. they are not asking for a handout, asking for a fair interest rate is what they are asking for. it's like when people say social security is an entitlement. yes, it is. we paid for it. >> yeah, and obviously the rate would double and we're talking about young people struggling to get back on their feet after this recession. and you have mitt romney talking out of both sides of his mouth. he endorsed the ryan budget just a few weeks ago. and he supports the congressional reasons on that. and yet at another date he has said something different. the president has made this very clear and made this a top issue
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that this has got to be dealt with. so, you know the president and top democrats are taking this seriously, and i don't think mitt romney really is. >> these are the kind of letterings i'm getting this morning, i have become an elitist who wants her child to get an education. thanks for the handout republicans. i mean -- right -- go ahead. >> yeah. on top of that. i mean it's also interesting because not only, you know kind of shop around and leave young people to have to look for -- try to make ends meet to pay for their college and loans, but at the same time romney and the republicans want to repeal a health care bill that just got young people health care for the
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first time. and essentially their plan is to repeal that too. it's no wonder young people are not responding to mitt romney. you know, the republicans want to go in the opposite direction from the progress that obama has made in the last couple of years. >> rod you hear a lot on tv that there's an enthusiasm gap, and the kids aren't going to vote again. what is your take on all of that? >> i think that there's -- young people are dealing with the recession like everyone else. so you are in a different place than four years ago as far as the economy. first and foremost people want to have a job but when you get down to it, and now we have a choice to make. the republican primary was interesting for all of the wrong reasons. talking about -- you know, banning contraception and all of this whacky stuff, and it's
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remarkable. some of the turnout in the republican primary was like 2 or 3%, and there's a reason for that -- >> when i was young in the 60s, that would have been a weird conversation to have. >> yeah. we now have a clear choice. it's romney versus obama, i think young people are now taking a look at the situation and thinking oh my gosh do we have a president we kind of like -- we actually really like him, and -- >> look at the alternative. >> yeah. >> i hold you personally responsible for the kids getting out and voting -- [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> and if they don't, my friend -- i'm looking at you -- take you down to chinatown. all right. thank you so much. >> thanks a lot. >> he is a lovely young man. >> what we didn't tell you is he
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is 55. >> he is not. mitt romney's conference call reaching out to the youth and he has a 77-year-old republican senator. he speaks the kids language. >> you whipper snappers, get off of my lawn. >> what kind of a sex game do you end up naked in a duffel bag dead? >> that's just a little more than auto erotic asphyxiation. >> that's for people on the go. a traveling sex game. >> when you don't have time to stop for your sex games. a british code breaker had complained of fiction before his naked and decomposing body was found inside a padlocked duffel bag. they think he actually could have locked it from the inside.
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you want me to get maked in the gym bag and then lock it. >> yeah. >> i'm game. what are we going to say in think. think. sex game. yeah by golly. >> good cover! >> wow. that's a persuasive sex partner. >> you are going to love it man, trust me. >> david seconds us this story. peter slipper is in trouble for sexual harassment. with that name he never had a chance in life to be anything else. he is a peter slipper. [ laughter ] >> oh, boy. >> you are what you do. >> all right. jerry in detroit. >> hey sexy mother-f-er. >> oh, yeah. oh, dear. >> i hope you come to down again. >> oh right. yeah. >> listen, i want to respond to
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tucker carlson's comments about the naacp. >> yes. >> i think his comment shows a lot of fear on the part of white conservatives, about the legitimacy of this organization. they don't want to believe african american's grievances at the time. they want to deny and say they are a fringe group. and maybe the only one who is fringe is tucker. >> there you go. guess who else supports the president, the former soviet leader. he said i will support him. and there are still vested interests who want another cold war, and arms race and they will not succeed. [ applause ] >> ruskys behind every bush.
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>> what were dolph's parents thinking? i'll show you. >> i'll show the world. >> wow, obama's is the most corrupt government in history. >> this from mccarthy. >> he cleverly invented a car alarm. >> yeah. >> he has called the obama administration one of the most corrupt in history, and now stepped it up and said it is the most corrupt in history. >> wow. >> you mean the most black. >> he has previously said on rush limbaugh's show that president obama is one of the most corrupt president's in modern time. >> based on what? [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> i'll tell you. he walked that back and said the
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government not the president himself. so he was asked again about the comment. and he said i meant to say the spending habits of the obama administration had a corrupt effect. yeah, that was bush. [ applause ] [ bell chimes ] >> 1 trillion in stimulus this president asked for plus a huge expansion in health care and government it has a corrupt effect. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i see. >> i'll give the president one thing, though. he has never stolen a car. >> no. nor defrauded the insurance companies. >> daryle and his other brothers daryle. >> exactly. and i think he takes steroids. >> not the president -- >> daryle. >> i'm just saying can't we
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1-800-steph-1-2. comedian rick overton live here in studio. if you are here in los angeles you can see him live. >> this sunday on hollywood boulevard. i'm doing my one-man show. if you are on the audience, you are the aliens, and i'll answer questions, you submit words. and i'll have to interpret them. and the u.s. just assigned mozlan otlanto be the aid leen advisor. [ applause ] >> he was on the other side of the boat. >> yes. >> and you were writing for him
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so therefore he was funny. >> oh. >> oh. >> and speaking of former snl -- victoria jackson -- i don't know what to state about that. former snl-ers who have got right-wing. john lubbock said he volted for the president, and he went off on him. >> this whole scene with obama saying the rich don't pay their taxes is [ censor bleep ] bull [ censor bleep ]. and i voted for the guy and i am an democrat. what a [ censor bleep ] hole. first they say you are dead broke, you can do anything you want, go for it. so you go for it and you make it. and it's like [ censor bleep ] you. >> i think he's kidding. >> i don't think he is.
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>> we're not saying [ censor bleep ] you. we're saying pay your fair share. it's him saying i don't want to pay my fair share. >> yeah. >> that seems like andy kaufman kind of thing -- >> if he looks at the numbers, yeah, you do pay some taxes -- >> that's what mitt romney keeps saying. you are just jealous. >> yeah, they assign everyone else their own crappy motives. you are just jealous. you are just petty. you are just a petty stalker. no, you are describing you. >> yeah. fortunately i was distracked by chris brown who i didn't think i would hate anymore. now he is selling puppies? >> oh. >> you know how many dogs are killed every year. that's why i'm very in to
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rescue. chris brown is seen posing with a puppy, above a list of pets all of which are priced at a thousand dollars each. >> i am not one of your fans! >> i would like to beat him with run of rihanna's umbrella ella ella. >> i think we just named all of the romney daughters. >> sneed o'connor has canceled >> this is sad. >> she announced her split from therapist after 16 days of marriage. her latest album is i be me and
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you be me. oh dear. calvin klein's exboy boy arrested for coke possession. >> shocking. >> calvin's client special male friend -- >> calvin klein's euphemism. >> arrested for cocaine possession after -- following an altercation with another man. he was busted at 4:58 a.m. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> no good comes from a call after 3:00 a.m. >> unless it is you and me. >> yes. >> he resisted by flaying his arms in the air. that is so gay. >> stop it! >> stop it! >> bachmannesque. >> something tells my marcus is familiar with that.
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>> cuff this! >> can i pitch one more thing? >> oh yes. rick overton. sunday also public citizen event -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> -- a lot of great comics will be there at the writer's guild, sunday at 6:00 p.m. and come on down for public citizen. it's ralph nader's original organization. >> all right. get it if you are in l.a. mitt romney is even flip flopping on the gay. he just named a catty gay as the head of his security. however, he will deliver the commencement at anti-gay university. >> liberty huh? >> will they allow the catty gay on campus. >> they forbid openly gay
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