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n newsom show. with special guests: >> i'm lance armstrong. if somebody put my back into a corner, i'm coming out swinging. ♪
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>> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ so we can get off ♪ >> he who's name shall not be spoken, george bush obama's predecessor. >> he who's name should be spoken karl frisch hello, karl. >> i have some breaking news. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> oh, hello. >> the plan would do exactly what john mccain would not let us do. the plan, which is awaiting approval, calling for running commercials, linking mr. obama
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to insinary comments by his formal spiritual advisor. here is my question if it's okay to talk about reverend wright, why can we not talk about the mormon faith. >> that's funny you should mention -- >> -- until the year i was born. >> that's so funny that you should mention that. can i have my fun-facts music. >> sure. >> no man knows my history, the life of joseph smith. want to know more about joseph smith, who got arrested. you wonder how people became to believe joseph smith, and how he believed them when he said the garden of eden is located in
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missouri! how about the crooked tail that joe said that god was telling him to marry multiple women, including teenage girls. so please pick up, the life of joe smith. >> i tried. i ordered that on amazon but i didn't have the appreciate glasses to read it. >> we have no idea what his preacher says because we are not allowed in temple. >> yeah, they talk about how the president mentions his christian faith and the right-wing going crazy. mitt romney talks broodly about christianity, but he never talks about his mormon faith. >> i was listening to his
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comment yesterday, blah blah, blah, marriage one man, one woman. i'm like are you kidding me? your religion preached multiple wives, and teenage girls. and there were breakoff sects that did that in his own family. if we are going to talk about jeremiah wright, then we have to talk about the presidents of the latter-day saints. he has answered the question about his church not allowing black people into heaven until 1978. >> well, there with no black people that were qualified before 1978, as you know. >> they believe that was there were white people here before jesus ascended into heaven. >> yeah.
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>> but there are scores of other questions that he should have to answer if we're going to be talking about candidate's faith. >> you know what else is rude to mention, that george bush's grandfather was a nazi. [ alarm sounding. ] >> i meant george bush's grandfather was a nazi sympathizer! >> jacki schechner need to raid glen's video vault. >> all right. rush limbaugh. >> what is there about what obama has done that we want compromise with. all the democrats call compromise is us caving in our principals and going with them. the democrats don't care to compromise. >> dear god in heaven. i mean really?
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really? >> the budgeting process starts in the house of representatives. and rush limbaugh's version of compromise is when you go for flash fried over deep fried. >> all right. sean hannity. >> president obama's policy switch, the anointed one is now feeling a backlash from one of his supportered. >> that would be the elected one. >> hum. i don't. i must have missed the backlash. >> yeah, you know who is on the wrong side here is mitt romney. what occurs to me -- you keep on hearing these republicans that are trying to soften the way they talk about gay rights in this country by saying look good people don't disagree about marriage equality. i'm curious what those protections are that they believe in. >> it means if you are going to
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get beat up, get beat up in the right state. >> i see. yeah. >> i think what he was trying to do there is obama is the real flip flopper, certainly not mitt romney. [ mysterious music ] >> i thought the israelis should have struck about three and a half years ago, so every day that goes by just increases the risk that our intelligence may be imperfect that iran could be a lot farther along. >> every day that we don't have a nuclear war is a sad day for me. >> yeah tick tock tick tock. >> that's john bolton who is arguing that israel should have gone after iran when the new president was just about to take office. >> yes. >> okay. i understand. >> that's who mitt romney is listening to most. >> all right. karl frisch love ya. >> have a good one. >> all right. 29 minutes after the hour, right
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back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>>(narrator) gavin newsom, lieutenant governor of california, and former mayor of san francisco is coming to current tv. >>every night on cable news networks everyone's focusing on what's wrong. i want this show to move past that. i love creative people, and with all the vexing problems we have we need creative thinking. >>(narrator) with interviews with notables from silicon valley, hollywood, and beyond.
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>>at the end of the day this show's simple. it's about ideas. ideas are the best politics. ideas can bring us together. >>(narrator) the gavin newsom show. premiers friday at 11 eastern/ 8 pacific. only on current tv. ♪ >> stranger things have happened in medicine i once tried to clone a chicken, the result ended up being -- >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> and now that chicken has a radio show. >> oh, pluck me. excuse me? our side is funnier. ♪ na na na na na ♪ >> some virginia representative said on cnn that sodomy is not a
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civil right. and somebody wrote back the supreme court disagrees with you so [ censor bleep ] off. >> not blowing a double. >> he makes me giggle. okay. let's go to scott in iowa. welcome. >> hi, morning. >> good morning. >> yeah, about john boehner -- >> yes. >> -- don't he realize he is going to hold the country hostage again, and him and all of the other representatives are going to keep pulling this crap. you are up for re-election in november. and people don't forget this crap. >> yeah, i think they are thinking short-term memory is as bad as mine. >> sorry, were you talking. >> hi, katherine, you are on the
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"stephanie miller show." >> i want to let everyone know if you don't fight for everybody's rights who is next? we should stand up and fight for everybody's rights. >> thank you. thank you. everybody has very short comments this morning. and then will take no further questions. >> time for more hitler references. >> yeah. sue go ahead. >> i have to laugh every time fox news brags about their ratings. i think they don't know they are a train wreck and that's why people watch them. >> oh yeah. >> everybody time somebody says somebody bad about president obama on tv i feel i am abused as an american. they are bringing everybody down. and it's very depressing.
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>> it's fine -- obviously that's america, we have always criticized presidents or the policies, but it has gotten to such a low -- >> uh-huh. >> -- bar -- >> it's desperation, and i'm very proud of jeremiah wright i think he says what millions of people want to say, but we have been kind of programmed not to speak out because -- you know it's a mind game. if they try -- >> sue i don't think -- >> -- to make you feel guilty -- >> yeah certainly president obama does not agree with everything jeremiah wright has ever said. but as we just said then why it is fair that mitt romney doesn't have to explain he doesn't agree with everything joseph smith said, or a lot more [ coo coo clock chimes ] yeah, that's the problem. it has gotten to a personal low. racist in some cases, and mostly
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based on untrue stuff. like for instance you knew this was going to happen [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> the family research institute they have a pastor. and you know news week put on the cover the first gay president. enter paul cameron! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> and you are? >> expert on homosexuality. >> how expert is he? does he do skads and skads of research on his computer in the basement. >> he is an expert on homosexuality. and he said on the voice of christian youth radio show that his -- the declaration on the front of news week lends credence to the fact that the
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president has at times presidented with him in homosexual acts. >> oh, boy. >> i know many christians who have gotten into homosexuality. >> for research. so they can get on his staff at some point. >> so to speak. >> he then wanted to explain the homosexual movement. he said the long-term girl is to have every little boy grab his ankle ankles, and every little girl to give it a try. they will not rest until every one of our children gets the chance to try homosexual acts just like the president. >> oh, my god! >> christian youth program. >> i understand hitler has a youth program. >> really?
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>> yes. [ singing in german ] [ laughter ] >> who else did hitler put in the concentration camp oh, yeah homosexuals. >> what? [ dramatic music ] >> can i have conspiracy music, please? >> sure. >> there is a batty birther movie that is taking birthest -- it's dividing the crazy into all -- >> different sects of crazy. >> yes. they would like to support any conspiracy about the president -- >> he is both communist and a nazi. >> yeah, he is a muslim with a crazy christian preacher. president obama's father was a communist journalist nearly four
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decades older than his mother. it underlines that the president is ineligible as commander in chief. >> right! [ laughter ] >> dreams from my real father -- a 90-second film -- >> really? >> narrated by an obama impersonator. barack obama, sr. was encouraged to marry the mother. the film disclaimer states that it includes, quote unquote, recreations of probable events as an attempt to provide a cohesive understanding of obama's history. using that disclaimer the filmmakers assert that obama had a nose job, and his mother posed
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for naked photos when she was five weeks pregnant with him. the film has been favorly reviewed by [ inaudible ] who wrote an entire argument that president obama's birth certificate was a fake. >> that book came out -- the -- like -- two days after obama released his birth certificate. >> right. but the suggestion that obama was really born in hawaii has some conspiracy here that rests upset. [ screaming ] [ censor bleep ] >> she is troubled because it undermines the theory -- >> let me finish! let me finish! >> i'm a loyal dentist! let me finish! it understood mines the theory that obama's father had to be a natural citizen. kids.
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kids don't fight. you are all equally crazy. >> please fight. >> trying to kill the case by making up an american citizen father! she writes who are they working for? >> oh, god! >> now they are working for the president! >> everyone knows obama is really malcolm x's illegitimate son. >> let me finish my son conspiracy theory! [ applause ] >> you know who else wasn't born in america? hitler. >> that's awesome. oh, my god. >> that's awesome. all right. let's go to mary beth in chicago. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi mary beth. >> hey, steph. i'm from the south side, sox fan, and i heard the rick it's
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family was behind the funding for theed a regarding jeremiah wright that may be coming back. the rickit's family is from nebraska. and when they came to chicago, they really put out there that their sister was gay, and they were very warmly embraced by the city, but they also -- first thing they did was ask for funding from the mayor and the city, you know public funds for their -- the rehab cubs park and wrigleyville. >> okay. >> which they did not get, thankfully too, but, you know, this whole thing on jeremiah wright is so, so ridiculous. >> we are like again? >> yeah. and i have attended the church.
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it's a very -- shout out to the theological mook. and it's like a very welcoming, inclusive church. so i don't know -- >> yeah. >> i think it's interesting that the rickets like to play the field, and once again they are trying to divide sox and cubs. >> yeah, divide sox and cubs. how dare you? >> the far right bringing up reverend wright again, completely opens up questions to mitt romney's religion and his particular church. >> yep. thank you. please and thank you. >> you have asked for it. >> 45 minutes after the hour right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> sweet lady gaga that is good. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>> announcer: "stephanie miller show" -- ♪ watch what you say, they'll be calling you radical, liberal, fan at call liberal ♪ >> 49 minutes after the hour. have you ever noticed how much romney is just like hitler? [ laughter ] >> that's what i have to do because -- oh it's it's brightbart's site, the headline is current tv stephanie miller compares romney to hitler. because i do that every day. because the word hitler was said in the same 10-minute block. the right-wing said it doesn't matter what romney does ever. and i said this stuff happens in the past. and i'm like okay -- so i didn't say romney is just like hitler
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but now i did. so news busters has a clean clip as they say. >> yeah. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> i have now delved down into the comment section. >> don't do that. that's the stinky bathroom of the internet. >> i'm woman enough. i like how it spirals down. the first comment is where does that leave obama now? they are doing the first thing they claimed i did. immediately obama was mow. he is both mow, and stalin. >> okay. ah -- um. mow and stalin were not liberals. not by any stretch of the imagination. >> nick writes -- coincidently that's almost the same as the murder rate of the communist
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party to date. 130,000 murdered that comrade mow-boma, someone else writes includes tyrants and traitors. >> what is with these moon bats. they dish it out at the rate that defies the speed of light. >> how is comparing obama to hitler racist? >> i didn't say it was racist. >> i don't think it is. >> i think jim has pointed out, how do you think hitler would like being compared to a black person. >> he didn't consider them human beings, black people. >> hitler and obama, really? >> yeah. >> what was the mormon's
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churches position? >> the mud people. can easy our right-wing trolls are a lot smarter than their trolls. and what do they offer, chris -- >> horflung. >> even horflug is spelled wrong. >> james scores again. he says that's because you can't really compare anybody to hitler except for hitler or maybe dick cheney. [ explosion ] >> oh, my god! >> you know what the first comment is your mother should have had an abortion! >> i thought they were against abortion. interesting. >> dick cheney expressed his support for gay marriage. yeah, that's why it didn't take any courage. >> right. >> or having to pander to voters without second-guessing himself. and yet you drip balls treat him
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like he is human. >> that's because he is a war criminal. >> he can't believe the country for fear of being arrested and put on trial. so there is that. >> yeah, and he allowed himself to be reelected based on this gay-bashing campaign while he had a gay daughter. that took a lot of courage -- >> don't ever read the comment section of brightbart again. >> hi, jean. >> good morning, stephanie. i am thrilled that the right-wing has opened the discussion about mormonism as well as the president's christian beliefs. because i think we need to have mormon education time every day now. and i'm going to kick us off. >> good here is jean with mormon fun facts. >> first of all the mormon
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church believes in multiple gods. they believe every manufacture is going to be a god in the after life and rule over his own planet with at least a hundred wives. >> that's better than a hundred virgins. >> newt gingrich just switched to mormonism now, because he is a little fickle with the wives. i'm catholic no i'm not. oh, my god, i get a planet? >> second of all the book of mormon written by joseph smith despite that nobody else ever saw the golden tablets, but the wrote the book of more mons and the mormons believe that over the bible. this should make the heads of evangelical christians spin -- >> i have an old jenny cream ail
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can from 1978 can i start my own religion. >> you can. >> why not a religion based on beer. >> ummm, beer. >> you have to be qualified to translate what it says on the label. >> i have something metal from upstate new york. >> okay. and another fun fact. people like to say that polygamists are only part of the break-oif sects, but there is an estimate that there is somewhere around 10,000 polygamists in the united states. you can go to salt lake city on any given day and typically see a polygamist family there. >> colorado city, arizona is full of them. >> i have been out hiking -- >> and when they go to wal-mart they make sure that other people with the children so they won't
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flee. >> the founder of the republican party, lincoln was accused of being an atheist, and he was a very faithful man. refused to use the term christian, because he did not want to be associated with all of those white ministers who used the bible to support slavery. so here we have a party that would have lincoln turning over in his grave today. >> you just brought up something that should close the argument forever with black people. they keep saying the black people aren't for marriage equality. if you say it in the bible so is slavery. >> right. >> ladies and gentlemen, i -- [ mysterious music ] . >> -- have a jenny cream ail can from 1978. please join me in my new religion. ♪ beer, beer, beer ♪
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♪ i could really use a beer beer, beer ♪ >> i can translate what is on german beer bottles. >> who doesn't like beer. >> st. pallially frauline. >> that sounds like a -- >> i worked in the -- i worked in thefest house of bush gardens in virginia. ♪ zigga zigga ♪ >> come join my religion. alan grayson joins us next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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theme ♪[ theme music ]♪ there she is jacki schechner on guitar. [ laughter ] ♪ >> there we go. [ laughter ] >> she's -- that's the sound of republican wife -- what was his name, gary scoin. you know how this happens, she caught him in the basement with a couple of hookers, and hit her
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with her kid's guitar. >> that's about how tone deaf i am if i try to play music. >> i know you joined my beer religion when you were at my house last weekend. >> i'm also recruiting here another the news-plexo center. >> it is already cocktail hour for you, since you have been up since midnight. [ laughter ] >> we will get ready for future and former congressman, alan grayson. >> there is new census data out today that show that minors make up more than half of the births. it marks a milestone that experts are calling and an important tipping point. we have to pay more attention to
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things like education. the economic success of our younger generation a more ethnically mixed generation will become essential. nothing is scheduled for the president today, but tomorrow he is kick off four days of meetings with world leaders. the leaders will start their talks tomorrow at camp david, and president obama and these leaders will travel to chicago. he is going to urge europe to focus less on austerity measures and more on steering growth. one obama advisor says they expect a lot more promises than actual follow through, and when they hit chicago there will be another wave of occupy protests to meet them in anticipation of the conference. they have buses arriving from
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new york, los angeles and other cities across the country. the occupy chicago website has all of the details. we will be right back after the break. current tv. >>every night on cable news networks everyone's focusing on what's wrong. i want this show to move past that. i love creative people, and with all the vexing problems we have we need creative thinking. >>(narrator) with interviews with notables from silicon valley, hollywood, and beyond. >>at the end of the day this show's simple. it's about ideas. ideas are the best politics. ideas can bring us together. >>(narrator) the gavin newsom show. premiers friday at 11 eastern/ 8 pacific. only on current tv.
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7:05 am the sexy liberal website. i think the tea bagging demonstration has a billion hits on it now. >> yes. >> like a gillion. >> yeah. i can't help myself once i start i go into the comment section on the brightbart site -- >> the toilet section of the internet. >> stephanie miler -- >> did they correct it? >> no. comparing mitt romney to hitler. obama is a disciple of karl marks. stephanie is foundering as a dos democrat boat -- boat -- marxists -- palocians and anarchists they chose the
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poison kool-aid and now they scream as it sucks the life out of them. [ screaming ] >> wow. >> hitler was on the extreme right. >> alan grayson quotes george soros in his newsletter. saying you have to grow your way out of a recession. it's time to face the grayson, ladies and gentlemen. ♪ >> and now it's time for congressman alan grayson to face the grayson! >> here he is. hello, mr. sorosian. >> i saw that comment about you wanting to be a rush limbaugh wanna be. what is it about rush limbaugh that you would least want to be? >> to only have his figure. [ laughter ] >> but george soros made a
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really good point. you included a very helpful grasp by the way in your latest posting about this. about how we have gotten out of recessions. >> now that you are on tv you can flash it on the screen. >> or there you go. >> don't keep moving it. >> nobody can read graphs anyway. >> the graph is unemployment rate job losses after each recession. what you see is that of the many, many recessions that we have experienced the job losses were gone -- just gone within two years with only two exceptions. it took about three years to recover from the job losses in the bush 2001 recession, and we're still not there after four years in the current recession. the other recessions look like these if you chart the unemployment rate. ours looks like an l.
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the jobs go down and they stay down and then gradually drift back upwards. >> and we're still 4 percentage points under peak employment that's about 5 million jobs. >> that's right. after four years when every other recession recovered more quickly. we went down with jobs -- unemployment decreased as roughly the same rate but there has been very little recovery. >> you say why is this recession different from all other recessions. you say it's the austerity fetish. >> that's right. the government took it upon itself to make this a number one priority. and even then the economy managed to recover. now we're hearing we have to cut, cut cut, cut. and the "wall street journal" said recently if we had not cut
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public service jobs the unemployment would be at least one point lower. >> and you say you think that's an underestimate. because obviously there would be a ripple effect from that as well. >> right.% the great thing about public employment in this country is you can't outsource it very easily. we have outsourced our troops to afghanistan. but in general when you hire somebody to do public works in this country, teaching, fire fighting, whatever it might be those are u.s. jobs so all of the money you paying to those people benefit the local economy. >> mitt romney and everybody else has been talking about the prairie fire of debt yadda, yadda, yadda. not only was he 47th state out
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of 50. and he was number one in the nation for debt creation. his own economic plan would add more than $10 trillion to the national debt. they had the nation's highest per capita debt total. where do these guys get off former and future? >> well, that's an interesting way to put that question. but i'll leave it there. [ laughter ] >> yeah, it really -- i was reading another thing, i thought if mitt did such a great job as governor, he is not even bothering to campaign in massachusetts. the fact he can't win in massachusetts probably won't even try illustrates again, how far right he has had to go in this primary right? >> there are two different perceptions about the way the country should be run. one conception is we're all in it for ourselves, trying to get
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as much as we can out of each other. tough love and tough capitalism. and then there's the conception that every once in a while people need a helping hand and it's good for everybody. the fundamental reason why we have had a good recovery and we're getting away from the conception that we have held for decades. this goes back to the end of the great depression when people realize that public works is what pulled us out of the recession. and economists have known for 75 years this is the way it goes. if debt were the problem, the government would not be able to borrow money for 10 years at 1.7%. 1.7% for ten years. debt can be a problem. in greece, the rate the government has to spend to borrow money is over 20%. that's a problem. but we have over 20 million people who can't find a
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full-time job. that's our problem. we're not going to solve that problem unless we focus on that problem and push aside the other problems that distract us. >> as you said it's time to end this man-made disaster. it's time for jobs. and this is the same argument paul has been making. >> the sad thing about it is we are such a powerful country, that at this point the worst thing we experience is what we do to ourselves. an unnecessary war in iraq or leafing millions of people out of work. there is plenty of money. the money is in the wrong hands. we have a trillion dollars on deposit right now with the government paying interest to banks not to lend. a trillion dollars. the fortune 500 companies have a trillion dollars on deposit. that's going nowhere also.
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we have a half a trillion dollars trade deficit. china is very happy, they have huge growth every year because they manipulate our currency to the tune of half a trillion dollars dollars a year. these are all mad-made problems with mad-made solutions. >> you must be having a flashback in congress, here we are again with boner threatening to obviously let us default again if we don't get these cuts. how do you think this will play out this time? >> the president has learned that he could, as he put it call their bluff. and i hope that that is a lesson that sunk in. they have no way to force the president to do anything. boehner controls one-half of one third of the government. >> uh-huh. >> and that's not good enough to force anything on the rest of us. >> that's only when he is
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sobbing into his rob boy after having lost another battle with the tea baggers. the u.s. chamber of commerce running this fictional ads against you. you are not even the nominee yet are you? >> not officially. but it's true here it is six months before the election -- they started running the ads exactly six months before the election, and they are just lying, lying ad. politifact said they are liar liar pants on fire ads. what they are saying is that obamacare is going to put 20 million people off of health insurance, when what it does is put 30 million on to health care. if they stuck to the truth what would they have? nothing.
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>> they would have nothing. former and future -- >> wa-hoo! nothing. >> how do we help our congressman with guts. >> you can go to our website, and make contributions so we can correct the errors being blasted out on the airwaves right now here in orlando. >> after all of this unbelievable obstructionism. that's our only hope isn't it? getting a congress question work with. inbleweding a billion alan graysons if that is required. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] . >> isn't one enough for you, stephanie? >> no.
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thank you, honey. >> talk to you later. >> he is a scamp. >> 17 minutes after the hour right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >> i know. i know. i'm sorry. [ inaudible ] >> no, you are not. >> and we are still up. >> we are? >> yes. i am eating asparagus. >> and terry vega loves your food. >> does he really? >> that's his religion. [ laughter ] [ recorded show playing in the background ] >> and we're off.
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>> coming back. >> ah. ♪ [ recorded show playing in the background ] >> announcer: stephanie miller -- ♪ jump around jump around jump around ♪ >> ow. new variation on chair dancing. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 23 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. jim in madison, welcome.
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>> just to pile it on the mormons a little bit, if anyone is looking for an interesting half hour of mock-u-mentury. "south park" has a terrific episode. >> you should be required to see book of mormon before you vote in this election. just saying they brought it up. >> i have questions about romney's preacher that i would like to ask, but no i'm not allowed inside his temple. >> can i have comedy music, please? >> sure. [ whacky comedy music ] >> we set off the right-wing moron alert. the headline is current tv's miller compares romney to hitler. which i didn't. i said everything happens in the
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past. i was just digging down in the comment section. how do a [ censor bleep ] ho like stephanie miller get all of the press? [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> well, thank you. >> and they spelled your name wrong? >> the first page is like 8th grade and the [ censor bleep ]. look at the bleeps 101 says wait she is not bad looking, most libs -- libs -- >> most are so ugly that when they sit on the beach cats try to bury them. [ whacky comedy music ] >> oh. >> i'm sure that cracked the
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klan up. >> there are more people reading this than are listening. oh wow, you better tell that to glenn beck. and then is this the best you have miller? can't get it up anymore, miller? wow? >> oh, my god! >> if i had a [ censor bleep ] -- >> that hurts. owe. >> if i had something to get up which i can't anymore, i would be really mad. there's a little gender confusion going on on the brightbart comment section. soros there it is -- who is paying to keep these trained monkeys on the air. >> where is the soros money? >> i get nothing. hum. all right. >> and they think that we have like a daily conference call with george soros, and al gore
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and all of that. >> here is what you are supposed to think. >> i would like to get a little bit of that soros sugar if i'm going to keep getting accused of it. trained monkeys, why i ought to -- [ monkey sound effects. ] >> mr. romney since it is your first day here at bain capital. there are a first things you should know. >> whatever you say, professor. >> the games at bane are mainly due to pain. >> let me see if i have that right -- >> now you try it. >> the games at bane are mainly due to pain. [ laughter ] >> i think he has got it. by george i think he has got it. >> why thank you. ♪ and how is the bain game
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played ♪ ♪ with pain with pain ♪ ♪ ♪ the games at bain are played by the gamers ♪ >> i think i have got it. [ laughter ] >> mike in moving boxes, moving from raleigh. hey, larry in pennsylvania. >> hi, steph, when i was 18 i had my haircut too. >> meaning -- >> but it was by the united states army. >> yeah. >> it wasn't too long after that, that i got an all-expense-paid vacation to that tourist trap, vietnam. >> oh, yeah. >> so it's just a matter of perspective, or social status. >> you get a free boat ride to the vietnam. >> yeah. >> yeah, mitt was too easy for
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that -- >> yeah, he had more things to do, more important. >> yeah. >> jeff writes did you hear about mitt romney's now salon. he started a group of salons called gang bangs. [ whacky comedy music ] >> john and pam, my favorite threeway in ohio. >> hi, steph. >> hi pam! >> hi, chris. >> hi, pam. >> and hi, jim. >> hello. >> i have one thing to say and then i'm going to allow john to talk. you have listen, you ain't never got irate on your program -- >> oh, that's right. wait, we have to finish this after the break. the john and pam show coming up right after the break on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> she backs up mediocre looks with a horrible personality. [ laughter ] >> it is the "stephanie miller show." now that we're on tv, you can't just portray me as a drunken slag. look at all of this prep work i have in front of me. but first it's the john and pam show! >> hello, stephanie. i'm going to talk real fast but it just upsets me that anybody dare call you irate. they want to see irate, they
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need to come to this old heifer's house. >> thank you. >> and there ain't to monkeys in that studio. >> thank you, we are actually highly trained chimps. >> well, then i must be the ringleader. >> there you go. >> here is my husband. >> here is john and now it's the john show. hi, john. >> hey, steph, hey, jim, hey, chris. >> hey! >> i think the gop with old turtle face and old boner, the definition of treason is the offense of trying to overthrow the government. it sounds like the little things they are trying to do -- because turtle said he is going to drop obama from day one, it sounds like they are trying to do a little bit of treason. >> it's -- it smells treasony
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with extra treason berries. representative judy choo yesterday. >> let's call this bill what it really is. not the violence against women act, but the open season for violence against women act. >> and good morning, congresswoman thank you for taking time to be with us. >> what a treat. now i hear the band is going on tour. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> get your tickets. >> there you go. >> get your tickets at the l.a. show. >> i know it is close by. >> july. there you go. congress woman this is stuff -- that you always go how can this be partisan and it's hard to believe how they have watered down this bill. talk about that. >> it is an amazing time we live in. we assume by now that every woman in america should be protected from violence by her
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partner. it is so disappointing that this majority has once again put its rigid eye deology, front and center. and this time it is at the expense of battered women and their families. >> they have stripped out provisions passed in the senate version of the bill. and so now among other things the house version will let abusers know that their victims called out for help. and in addition to -- what aim thinking of, tribal communities, correct? and these are obviously places where people are very prone to this kind of violence, right? >> the very communities of particular vulnerability, you said it exactly right, stephanie, those on reservations, those who are
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immigrants, who don't have the protection of law, and are so fearful, because they need that protection, that they will not be deported should they report domestic violence. those on reservations where it has been unclear whether or not someone is abused by state citizen who is a part of a nation, who is a native american, we want to make sure these special protections were there. they were all stripped out. college students a very vulnerable population to date violence, and violence of every kind. and lbgt victims right at a time when we want to affirm the right of people to have relationships, we are seeing that the -- their protections are being ignored in this law. >> well, your colleague, representative sandy adams -- republican from florida said this yesterday. >> this is a victim-centered
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bill, as we look to reauthorize, vawa, he want to make sure not to politicize it. >> that's why over 300 organizations, including evangelical churches service providers, law enforcement, u.s. conference of mayors all of these organizations have stood together opposing the bill that we actually passed yesterday in the house of representatives. and they are -- the bill that we voted for flies in the face of the bipartisan senate bill. the -- the national organization for women, human rights campaign, planned parenthood, all of the folks who supported the bipartisan senate bill which actually got 68 votes that's the bill we should have passed yesterday. >> obviously, as i said the
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white house has issued a veto threat. how do you see this playing out? >> this will go to conference next, and this is why i'm glad to be on your show highlighting the fact that we want to get a good bill in the conference. this affects all families. it affects every one of us. write to your senator, write to your members of conference so they push for a conference-clean bill that the president can sign. do you know stephanie this bill first came to light in 1994, and guess who was the speaker of the house then? newt gingrich. >> yeah. >> it is clearly a bipartisan history, and we want to make sure that this is the tradition now in our country. we affirm that every woman in america needs to be protected from violence. >> it seems like since the president has come out for instance, in favor of marriage equality, it's almost like they
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are going out of their way to have these anti-gay agendas. tell me about the other bill the administration is calling it a licensed bully bill. which contains a military license to bully provision -- >> we're doing this through the military authorization bill. we are stripping at protections against bullying, against violence, against marriage equality in the -- in the authorization bill. that would mean that no gay couple could ever get married while they are serving in the military. this flies in the face of what we are putting into place now. >> yeah, and i guess they need to get through this stuff so they can hurry up and shut the government down again. >> that too. >> are you as intrep day house as i am about this. it looks like we're doing the same thing we did last summer.
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>> john baner is threatening we have got to have the cuts equal. here we go again. >> i hate to say the tea party is controlling the congress of the house of representatives but it's looking that way more and more and that's why as this is an election year this is an imperative time for people to get out and vote. >> absolutely. thanks so much for your time as always. >> thank you, stephanie. [ applause ] >> she wants to be seen at a sexy liberal. >> i know, right? >> no, right? has a remember of congress every appeared before? >> yes, alan grayson. >> he wasn't a sitting member -- >> was he standing the whole time. >> hey, girl. >> i was calling about jeremiah
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wright, he took care of lyndon john in the navy, the man has seven honorary doctorates. and he took our church from 87 to 10,000. >> you can take ten seconds of any moment -- for instance i just compared romney to hitler yesterday. >> and he preached for 36 years, and that's all you got? >> yeah. >> and my thing we got to [ inaudible ] so adam and eve must have been black, right? >> yeah. all right. gangsta mic drop. >> oh, boy. >> hi, james, on reverend wright as well. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> getting back to reverend jeremiah wright is more of a problem of what somebody says
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versus what somebody does like george bush and dick cheney destroying so many families costing this country billions of dollars, and a war that they lied about? >> yeah. >> nobody even talks about that, and it blows me away because they act like george bush doesn't there for eight years, and all of the damage he did to this country and the world. >> who? >> oh, you mean obama's predecessor. >> nobody talks about what somebody says versus what somebody did. >> well, we do. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> here is what we needed. coming this summer for $24.95 george bush will share his strategies for economic growth. [ laughter ] >> the biggest economic collapse since the great depression happened on his watch. >> that one is funny.
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[ whacky comedy music ] [ laughter ] >> okay then. you run with that, and see -- yeah go. >> as think progress reports, under his watch growth and investment gdp and employment all posted their worse performance. it was the worst of any cycle since at least february 1945 and household income growth was negative for the first cycle. bush presided over the worst recession since the great depression. >> but you can find out his secrets. >> and you can get this free brazilian power crystal. >> call now! >> i can't wait to hear hitler's tips for racial harmony. >> oh, there you go again! [ buzzer sounds ] >> this is the hitleryist show
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way, i lost my sister to alcohol loss i had to watch her memory loss. and i see it in john boehner -- >> speaker of the what now? >> yeah, well, if you had to deal with an uncontrollable caucus like that. it sounded very threatening to me, but he said i'm not threatening default. when he called yesterday for equal or greatest spending cuts to increase a future increase in the debt ceiling. that's exactly what he threatened last time. i'm not threatening -- what i'm trying to do is encourage people on both sides of the isle and on both sides of pennsylvania avenue -- [ evil laugh ] >> he has always been so bipartisan, and we have always been at war with east asia and to be honest with the american people to begin to tackle this problem in an adult manner.
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i see. okay. the president's carney yesterday. jay carney. >> the president's point was we should not hold the united states hostage to one party's political agenda. >> yeah. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> he will not let congress hold the country in hostage again. obama hosted the born and other top executives for lunch? and brought a piece offering he brought sandwiches. what kind of sandwich goes with scotch? >> any kind. >> boner asked obama what his plans were to deal with what he called the largest tax increase in history. he is talk about the bush tax cuts expiring the way they were designed to. >> right. sure. >> okay.
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yeah. the -- carney said the president made clear we're not going to recreate the debacle we had last august. senator kent conrad -- >> their proposals would take us right back to the failed policies that brought this country to the brink of economic collapse. >> that's become the talking point. the president's predecessor, somebody said in the chat room earlier that mitt romney won't say george bush because it's like beatle juice, if he says it three times he appears. [ romantic music ] [ laughter ] >> miss me? [ laughter ] >> yeah, romney said i find it incomprehensive the president can come do office and call his predecessors -- george bush, george bush, george bush. [ laughter ] >> i'm back. [ laughter ]
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>> evil shall not be named. >> he should call his predecessor's irresponsible and done nothing to fix it. >> despite all kinds of obstruction set in his way. >> if you are look for a description of the problems we face, it's this, duck and cover. [ mumbling ] >> all he has to do -- >> i just have to go back in my shell. that's what i do. >> and he is covered. you can't see him. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> guess what would violate the boner's debt ceiling plan? the budget monitor's budget paul ryan. >> so what is your point?
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>> isn't that wonderful, eddie? >> isn't that wonderful, eddie? >> i won't go! i won't i won't i won't! you can't make me! you can't! you can't! >> looky here these charts are so pesky for republicans. spending taxes and deficits are all lower today than when obama took off. think progress look what you did. found facts and figures. before the president has even taken oath to take office, more fun facts, taxes are lower than they were on inauguration day. cbo protected total tax revenue would amount to 16.5% of the gdp this year. the deficit is lower than on the day the president look office.
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this year's deficit expected to come in at 7.6%. >> you say that like it's a good thing. [ applause ] >> as we recall the president -- he shall not be named -- beatle juice beetle juice, beetle juice -- by the time obama was sworn in we had a $2.3 trillion surplus. >> you are welcome, america. >> it's like that worst exever come doing the door. [ screaming ] . >> welcome virginia. >> oh god we are so screwed. >> right? >> you were talking about the breitbart comments which you have more forty tuesday wading
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into that muck everything they ever accuse liberals of is always projection. >> yep. >> so they just assume that everybody has somebody who tells them what they think in the morning. >> yeah. >> the lack of self awareness is either hilarious or disturbing depending on how early i start drinking. >> thank you. >> you don't need to be told when to start drinking. >> no. i'm on my own little socialist anarchist schedule. but what i do i know i am just a old [ censor bleep ] crap head. got i miss eighth grade. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ [ theme music ] ♪ hello current tv fans. just sitting here with wolf blitzer thinking about what it was like to work with that hot hot news woman, jacki schechner. >> i wanted to leave her there, but now she is at current tv. >> just wait until people find out i get my marching orders from stephanie miller. >> right? right?
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you take my orders because i'm just like hitler. >> you haven't mentioned hitler enough -- you really should bring it up a couple of times. >> i think i will. we have crunchy audio goodness from joe biden. >> that was a fiery speech he gave yesterday. >> speaking of fiery. >> hot and fiery jacki schechner. >> here she is. >> good morning, everyone. we simply cannot afford the $1 trillion it would cost to extend the bush tax cuts. the president would extent the cuts for those making under $250,000 a year, as stephanie discusses. however, house speaker john boehner would like to extent them for everyone. he cannot pay the $1 trillion
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bill by borrowing more money and the president will not accept cutting funding in medicare or education. jim tankerssy write about the ted conference. the best talks and performances are posted online for free. he is a million millionaire who proclaims that rich people like him don't create jobs, but middle class consumers do. these are some of the slides he shows as he strongly advocating taxes the rich. he said his talk was too political to post online. but it is difficult to tell how it could be called partisan when the words republican democrat
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we set up a the right-wing mormon warning. which one? >> the one dana lohse is in charge of. >> stephanie miller compared romney to hitler. >> did not. >> you said the words within the name 10-minute chunk. >> discussion with a right-wing caller about all incidents in the past. hello joe in l.a. he would like to defend me. >> no, i want to say how wrong you are comparing romney to hitler, because the nazis believed in evolution and the republicans don't. [ applause ] >> thank you for that. did you get that news busters. tony writes steph our good friend kathleen has a good point about mormons and polygamy. if they would have had to marry 45 years old instead of 18 year olds, there would have been a lot less polygamy.
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somebody kj a guy. hi, steph, a red man. yep, a help proclaimed ditto jerk. he means red state. >> fine. >> who has decided to apply for political asylum from your. rush limbaugh probably smells like a hockey player's locker on the other hand i recently saw your show on tv and you are not the fart-firing wrench i envisioned you as. you are so hot. so much hotter than the very elusive, but sought over three boobed [ censor bleep ] native babe. and still have the attorney tattered stained magazine to prove it. [ applause ] >> that's the kind of proposals i get. that guy.
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>> no wonder you are a lezzy. >> drunk mom hit 100 miles an hour to make it to her kid's birthday party. problem solver. >> absolutely. >> she hit a 100 miles an hour in her suv while trying to make her child's birthday party. [ applause ] >> she is a good mom. >> who cares get there on time. problem solved. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> gay-dar, science says it's a real thing. a study published by the public library of science claims people are correctly capable of judging sexuality just by looking at their face. they were able to accurately judge though men and women's
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faces 50% of the time. doesn't mean they are wrong, 50%over the time? >> yeah. >> i just hate you, and i hate your ass face! >> 50% of the time. >> oh, dear. julie -- i really do -- i love just the pictures of mitt romney events. momma, my mitt romney crowd estimate google alert keeps going on at the hilariously undertaken mitt romney events. they should be mocked every mini crowd on the way. mitt won't go on any media except for fox news. no wonder he has that giant family the only way to draw a large crowd. and here it is.
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mitt spoke at the hotel in downtown des moines. his remarks to a crowd of 250. and it always looks like a hostage crisis. >> yes. >> what i have done in my life to deserve this? why? meanwhile the joe biden people rather peppy. >> romney and his friends believe they can help those at the very top. the rest can defend for themselves, and the rest will turn out around. you saw what happened, and what this philosophy brought us. you saw it. the last time this philosophy was in play which was eight years before we took office -- the last time this was in play, you saw what happened. a lot of you are still living with the consequences of that philosophy that caused this great recession. governor romney not only wants us to bring back -- he not only
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wants to take us back to the future, he wants to double down on those failed policies. >> he said mitt romney just doesn't get it. that's the message he drove home to the crowd. my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy dreams. >> i recent the fact that they think we're talking about envy. this job and wealth envy. that we don't dream. my mother and father believed that if i wanted to be president of the united states i could be, i would be vice president! my father and mother believed if my brother and sister wanted to be a millionaire, they could be a millary! my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy dreams! they don't get us! they don't get who we are! [ cheers and applause ] >> the crowd seems to like vice president biden. >> yeah go joe!
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♪ let's give the boy a hand ♪ >> that was not a golf clap like you would mind at a mitt romney event. [ affected laughter ] >> 40,000 new manufacturered jobs in ho-- romney and his partners bought a steal mill and walked away with millions of dollars. they always have to say romney is a nice guy. >> not really? >> but he doesn't get what is at the core of all of this. i love how they try to play gotcha. he wasn't still at the head of bain. he put in all the policies at the steel mill. >> i had nothing to do with it. i was in the kaymen's counting
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my money. >> it's just like hitler starting world war ii. he wasn't there -- [ buzzer sounds ] >> hi, dana lohse. >> i think i'll invade poland. that would be a lark. >> yeah. this is what happened time after time with this bain story. thigh bought the steel company and the dote increased to $533 million. and then they walk away with $12 million? what world is that not vulture capitalism. let's go to john in florida. >> hello, stephanie. how are you this morning? >> good. go ahead. >> hello, jim and chris. enjoy your show. we had romney down here in florida, and i'm about 40 miles northeast of them, and there is
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supposed to be 12 to 1500 people there, and i have only seen about a hundred there. [ crickets chirping ] >> he ended up talking about his niece. he said my niece, and it was supposed to be about his friend. so he can't even get his stories out. >> the rom bot is malfunctioning. >> then he went over to st. pete and was supposed to have a private fund raiser over there. and then he ended up going over to miami yesterday evening. and they shut that plant down over there in miami. they lost all of their jobs over there. but he won't take no questions or anything because i guess he is afraid what the people are going to ask him. >> yes because that would make the most awkward man in the world more awkward.
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>> here is a charming anecdote about my niece cousin neighbor -- >> something. [ affected laughter ] >> human entity close to me in some way. >> entity that doesn't match his eyes. [ affected laughter ] . >> i never brink. >> okay. 17 minutes after the hour. kids i get unsol listed testimonials. gary writes a cautionary tail. hello it is a unsol listed testimonial. dear steph i used to, and after a few rounds of adult beverages, i decided to make up a new pass word. >> oh, no. >> did you write it down. >> the next day sober me
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couldn't remember the drunken pass word that i had set. >> is it flung or flig. thank you stephanie. gary. >> why, thank you, gary. [ applause ] >> oh, please and thank you. [ mumbling. ] >> after you. oh, no, you first. thank you. >> carbonite has a back upplan that is right for you, i promise you. and prices start at just $59 a year. woe. >> woe. >> we all have it here on all of our computers. do it now. type in my offer code stephanie for my special offer., offer code stephanie. find out what everybody is talk about, carbonite. 19 minutes after the hour on the "stephanie miller show."
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1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. jim, who said of the boner mr. speaker, i like it when you cry, you give knew meaning to passionate conservatism. >> that was bill clinton. >> that's right. [ applause ] . >> i think he was needling the boner. >> dana -- in maryland you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, dana. >> hi, good morning, stephanie. >> good morning. >> good morning, jim and chris. how are you? >> good. >> i don't know why these people don't glow in the dark. timothy johnson, he is an exvice chair was convicted of a felony for beating his wife breaking her nose, breaking furniture over her back, breaking her toes, sent her to the hospital. he pled guilty and he was one of the douche bags that signed
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the vawa yesterday. >> yeah, i heard this story. >> i don't know how they are allowed to sign. >> and i guess he voted against gay people -- because they don't have family values. >> yeah and i don't understand why somebody with a felony with domestic -- >> although he did propose the bitch had it coming act. >> yes. charles good morning. >> good morning, steph. i got a couple of things i have to say real quick. first of all i am a black man, but the thing is i have changed my thinking on gay marriage as well. okay. i think that first of all, we have so many people that has given up their life in combat and it's even written in our constitution that we have rights to our freedom right?
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>> right. >> and i believe that hey, it's your choice. if it's a moral thing. i go to church as well. i believe -- if we all believe in jesus christ and his teaching is that we should love each other, you know, as ourselves, and he gives us the right to choose how we want to live then guess what you have the right to choose who you want to marry, when you want to marry them but, you know, if there's -- an after life, and you have to deal with that consequence, then that's your -- that's what you have -- >> i think the bottom line is -- we literally have to leave behind the it's in the bible. because then we have to reenslave black people and start stoning people that eat shrimp -- >> and jim needs to get himself
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a con cue bien. >> a shrimp eating concuebien. >> i need an oyster eating one. what? did i just say that. >> i have to comment on the this reverend wright issue that keeps coming up. isn't it funny how president obama is a muslin and he is in this christian church. which is it? >> yeah. anything -- it doesn't matter if it makes sense. anything that makes the president look bad. >> or look like another. >> yes, other, exactly. [ mysterious music ] >> different is bad. >> josh you on the "stephanie miller show." >> hey steph. i would like to change my title
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to multi-talented private chef. >> oh moving on up. >> and my wife and i buried my father-in-law, and in his last couple of years, i just wanted to let you know how big a part of his day you were every morning. >> ah. >> he got caught up in the fear machine right after 9/11 and i introduced him to the "stephanie miller show," and you made him laugh every day. >> oh, yay. >> i need to go before i lose it. >> thank you, josh. i appreciate it. it is tom hartman and all of those fart jokes that probably did it. [ flatulence sound effect ] >> he is so zany. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show" "stephanie miller show." ♪
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it's go time. >>every weeknight cenk uygur calls out the mainstream media. >>the guys in the middle class the guys in the lower end got screwed again. >>i think you know which one we're talking about. the overwhelming majority of the
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country says"tax the rich, don't go to war." >>just wanted to clarify that. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller -- >> if you will excuse me, i was supposed to be drunk an hour ago. >> ah-ha. >> getting them young. indoctrinating them as we do. isn't that right, miranda. ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho i'm walking on sunshine
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well i'm going to feel good ow ♪ >> is that good? >> yeah. >> oh, little pumpkin. [ applause ] >> i believe that's on our facebook page. we don't know how young miranda is because none of us have kids. >> she is 32. >> i bought a t-shirt for my friend's kid who was three, i was like how big it is -- >> what do those things do? >> i don't know. >> do they enjoy pee knuckle, whiskey? >> i don't know. >> oh, duck and cover. >> yeah. >> mitch mcconnell said something about a simple three-word phrase for what demes do in the face of our problems, they duck and cover. >> that's right. mike in moving boxes. ♪ there was a turtle named
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bert ♪ ♪ and he knew just what to do ♪ ♪ duck and cover ♪ ♪ duck and cover ♪ [ laughter ] >> thanks to mike in boxes. [ applause ] >> did he know he was quoting a turtle? bert the turtle. >> he actually said turtle puddle. >> turtle tunnel. >> okay. ron all doe in wisconsin. hi renaldo. he is in his truck. [ speaking spanish ] >> tom in lincoln, nebraska. hi, tom. >> hey stephanie i want to say how unfair it is for you to compare mitt romney to adolf
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hitler. hitler loved his dogs! [ whacky comedy music ] >> see what you did there. >> he did try out the cyanide capsule on blundy before he took it himself. >> yes. much like hitler -- >> while he was invading poland. >> much like hitler was not there until the very end of world war ii, mitt romney pointing out yesterday that he wasn't technically there when that steal mill went bankrupt. >> the problem of course is that the steel factory closed down two years after i left bain. i was no longer there. [ affected laughter ] >> so that's hardly something which is on my watch and of course they also don't mention a couple of other things. one is that we are able to help create over a hundred thousand jobs. and he has no problem going out and doing fundraisers with bain
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capital and private equity people. >> hundred thousand jobs where exactly? >> i thought they downgraded it to ten thousands -- >> dozens of jobs somewhere. >> maybe a baker's dozen. >> this is what they don't when they don't like the numbers -- [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> scott walker disregards official jobs count now that it shows wisconsin losing the most jobs in the nation. disappointed -- disappointed! >> disappointed! >> ah! don't like these numbers. disappointed that official data shows that his state was the worse, that would be worst, ladies and gentlemen -- when scott wanker decided to release his own numbers.
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>> that's like that lady that pulse the numbers out of her ars -- kathy -- >> drrrrr -- >> no. no. >> i say to the republican lead ership, take off your lace pansies -- >> oh look at what is in my ass along with colorful scarves. >> 60,000 votes in my computer. [ romantic music ] >> how did cat hair get on that? [ laughter ] >> walker has no problem touting the statistics last year when it showed that it was adding jobs, but now -- no, the numbers are wrong. >> when i'm president i'm going to actually take responsibility and lead. >> oh ack!
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that think progress they are some scamps, he was the worst in the nation in debt, and 47th in job creation while he was the governor of massachusetts. >> he has a sucky record. >> that's why he is not even bothering to campaign in massachusetts. mitt romney. >> like looking out across the prairie and seeing a fire in the distance, at a stage like that that you don't say i'm going to go to bed and maybe somebody else will take care of it. you look for someone that says i'm going to take responsibility and fix this, and put it out. >> hum. >> and that somebody is not me. >> not me. since i was the worst in the entire country. i had forgotten the fun market yesterday the three states that did worst in job creation were all hit by hurricane katrina. >> oh.
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>> it's official george w. bush has become -- don't say it. >> do you know what that refers to? >> yeah, it's the lord of the rings. >> oh my god. stephanie. harry potter. >> right. that's what i meant. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> lord. >> one frustrated old man! [ laughter ] >> ask someone that leaves their house. i don't know. diane back me up here. [ laughter ] >> you guys leave stephanie alone this morning. she has enough stuff. listen. >> right. you are lucky i even perform for you! [ laughter ] >> that's right. at least she doesn't wear antenna with album numb foil on her head so she can hear mitt romney. listen, i want to be the official oldest teenager of the "stephanie miller show." [ bell chimes ] >> yes. >> all right. then. and i'm mad at mitt romney
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because he took away all of the kb toy stores because he went in and raided them took their money, and turned them into bankruptcy. come on all these family value people, and he took away our toy stores. >> that's right. and he is leaving us with misfit military toys. ♪ we're a couple of misfits ♪ >> the boat that doesn't bloat. >> the wagon with square wheels. >> the tank that shoots jelly. >> the aircraft carrier made of ice. >> i think the point that diane made is leave me alone. you are lucky i can even perform -- all right. >> who? >> brittany fan. let's go to jerry in california. you are on the "stephanie miller
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show." hi, jer. >> good morning, momma. i love you. >> thank you. just a couple of things of all-american mitt romney, you hear about bain capital, but you seldom hear that he got the majority of his startup money for bain capital from rich families from el salvador during their civil war. some of them were funding death squads during the mid-'80s. he was promising he could make better use of their money. >> it is high time we have a president that will stop this spending and borrowing inferno. >> i'll get money from right-wing terrorists! >> leave her alone!
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you are lucky that she even performed for your bastards! >> better late than never. >> hello mike. >> i hate to rain on your new religion -- >> based on a can of jenny cream ail i found in upstate new york in 1978. >> yes, they just announced the genesee brewing can that they will going to produce some more jenny cream ail. >> oh, no. it will be better than beer sex. beer goggles. mitt romney >> this president is comfortable with trillion dollar deficits. i'm not. this president is comfortable in cutting the military.
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i am not. i will stop that. this president is taking your dollars and investing it in some of the little businesses of their campaign contributors and that is wrong -- >> i will pledge in your drinking water. >> every business will have a complete success just like it was when bain capital took over. [ mysterious music ] >> only in this country [ affected laughter ] . >> because i enjoy firing people. [ affected laughter ] >> mitt romney stable of boring white guys pushes back. in a "politico" item an unnamed republican official said his running mate will be an incredibly boring white guy. it's the anti-palin. >> sure. >> whatever mccain did, do the opposite. so rule out any vice president possibilities who can be seen as risky or unprepared.
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>> christine oh donal is waiting for a phone call. >> yes, why not. >> guys and gals -- >> they said the idea is to go whiter and more boring than mitt romney, they will have to replace him with a piece of paper that says this page intentionally left blank. >> yeah. >> so that was just a human blank. >> this page intentionally left blank. [ laughter ] >> 46 minutes after the hour. back with celebrity stack and the remaining moments of the "stephanie miller show." >> it's really weird, but it is also the coolest thing i have ever heard in my whole life. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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busters -- >> romney speaks french and hitler invaded france. interesting. >> we are making betty in chicago giggle. >> yes, you did. i wanted to remind you in europe the neo-nazi party is own as the far right party, and in this country, the tea party is the far-right party, and therefore, they are the same as the neo-nazi party. so you are right. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> the tv just screamed. [ screaming ] >> i'm sure she has minions like that husband of hers likes to use the n-word in jokes. >> jeremy stein has new thoughts. >> oh, he is a birther. >> uh-huh. >> he has returned to facebook
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to offer a few more of his thoughts. he addressed george clooney's obama's fund raiser. he said he should be familiar with acting, he has been acting he was born in hawaii! [ dramatic music ] >> since his dismissal stein has lost his own weekly radio show. >> is that one of those weekly weekend radio shows. >> stephanie miller is sarcastic. >> why, thank you, mark. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> all right. let's see -- oh, this -- did you see -- >> stephanie miller one of the most popular and funny liberal radio hosts in the country -- >> thank you, mark. [ laughter ] >> he meant that to be ironic. >> you think? it's hard to tell when mark
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lavit is being sarcastic or not. >> i'm be sarcastic. >> here is another story of the president being handsome and romantic. he was giving david beckham a hard time about his age. i said half of his teammates could be his kids. we're getting old, although you are holding up better than i am. it's a big thing to be that hard on the court and also have his own line of underwear. [ applause ] >> it is so different when mitt romney talks. [ affected laughter ] >> i'm laughing. [ laughter ] >> ken in california on mittens. hi, ken. >> hello there stephanie. good morning to you.
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>> good morning to you. >> i just had a thought, so many people use the term vulture capitalism when referring to bain. and to me that's like he is picking the flesh off of a corps. and i like the term vampire capitalism. because that's like sucking the blood out of a living entity. >> exactly. he is like a twilight movie with an old middle-aged white guy. betty white has come out in favor of president obama. she went to the zoo to see harmonica playing animals. >> what is that part. >> elephants don't really have lips. don't you need lips to play an
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harmonica. >> they probably do it with their trunk. >> really, they play it with their nose. >> for-god's sake i don't know. >> i would like to know about this. this is intriguing. >> she also visited the smithsonian, where we sent yesterday's show because it was so teller to discuss her career and long-time passion for animals. she is awesome. >> elephants are the symbol of the republican party so they probably hired them to play for them. the anti-fraccing movement getting a star-studded performance in new york. mark ruffalo i once attacked him in a supermarket. >> really? >> yeah. >> you know he is in the biggest movie in the world. >> he is handsome and romantic,
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and i just told him i enjoyed his work, but that's not what the restaining order read. but anyway. they are talking about there is a study out by the university of buffalo that said regulator in pennsylvania have improved the industry in the last several years, and prevent major environmental impacts. they said it is too simplistic and notes the tie with the industry. >> yeah, the epa is being a little kinky on it -- there is some poisonous stuff, but i wouldn't worry about it. >> alec baldwin's mother is hosting an event because he thinks the fraccers are ruthless little pigs. >> your sink is supposed to be on fire. it is normal. [ nbc "nightly news" theme ] >> and ellen degeneres will win
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the mark twain prize. >> hum. >> all right. john travolta's -- this case seems a -- he says his client is willing to settle for $250,000. >> huh. >> the first accuser got the date wrong -- >> settling for that amount of money seems like a shake down to me. >> yeah. a happy ending of a different kind. [ buzzer sounds ] >> there was another accuser that alleged the actor hugged him and offered him $12,000 for sex. he is notoriously a good tipper but who needs to pay $12,000. i get it for 11-5 usually. that's it for us. i would like to whole thing, we'll see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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