tv Liberally Stephanie Miller Current July 25, 2012 6:00am-9:00am PDT
[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> stephanie: so jacki schechner and i were saying to al gore last night at the current cocktail party how much we hate name droppers. >> yes, you told me to cut that out. >> i was telling stephanie miller i didn't like when she namname dropped names like al gore. i thought that was a little much. >> stephanie: al gore has done a lot of things around the world. >> don't start with me. >> stephanie: i'm throwing this out to people. jacki schechner in the middle of moving from miami in in a middle of
a million boxes and doing a spectacular job. i like a really good friend, i got as a house warming gift an unpacking service yesterday. they sent a couple of gals for four hours and she said no. i said to al gore. is that rude? if i have someone break in and have them put everything away, is that a crime. he said is anything damaged. >> i want to put away my own stuff. this is not a house warming gift, which is incredibly generous, whatever i'm right. you're wrong. that's the bottom line. >> stephanie: oh sorry. it's whatever, persnickety cat lady. in the newsroom, jacki schechner. >> there are things i don't want people to see. good morning, mitt romney is in london where he's going to attend ceremonies on friday. the meanwhile, the super pac is
out with a new olympic theme ad going after mitt romney for outsourcing investing overseas. >> the cayman island where romney keeps millions to avoid u.s. taxes. you got to say this about mitt romney. he sure knows how to go for the gold. >> the ad mention romney sending jobs to china and india and mentioned burma where the olympic uniforms were manufactured in 2002 where mitt romney was head of. it was a push and the action is trying to show people that romney's policies would be bad for a middle class. it's an online push and tv push. this is going to ad in ohio, florida, and virginia while the olympics are on television. while he's abroad, his campaign is going on for him. we are back with more after the
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[ singing ] >> what is this unholial keyholy alchemy. >> stephanie: we're doing a switch-a-roo. freaky friday. hal is throwing out the first pitch at the baseball game. >> did you feel that steph. >> stephanie: i did not but he caught himself shaving. >> it's a 3.8 center at marina del rey. >> stephanie: you would think i will notice if my bed moved. you know what i'm saying? the cob webs move. >> it's been awhile. >> stephanie: but i was partying with al gore last night.
>> i got there right after you left. i came straight from the airport and everyone left. you left, al left, it was me and cenk uygur's two-year-old. u. you are so gullible. >> no, he might be in different circles now. i don't get invited to these things. >> i'm gullible? >> stephanie: really? how did i get gullible. >> al gore showed up at the current tv show party. >> stephanie: he's handsome and romantic. >> did he do that? >> stephanie: tell him to dial it down. he's exactly what you think he would be. he popped out his iphone and showed the ice melting in green land and some pictures, i'm like i know. right? >> he's a lot of fun at parties. it's true. >> stephanie: and i even brought
up the scalia thing just the bush v. gore thing. i felt like strangling him. >> you can do that if you're scalia and your skull is in a lock box. >> stephanie: we had a great conversation about, i guess he brought up global warming because we were talking about when did gun control. i said you probably don't remember this, but under bill clinton, and we had the weapon ban, and now it's is subject you can't even talk about. >> that's the democratic party's fault. the focus group did not care as much. i think they're wrong. there are a lot of people on the conservative side as well. we saw with bill chris toll who said people should have access to handguns, hunting weapons but not automatic weapons. it's true that most crimes in america occur with handguns and
not automatic weapons. >> stephanie: we have armchair heroes like russell pierce who said it's the coward in the theater who were sadly unarmed. >> these patriots who were members of well-regulated militia. >> stephanie: yes, the heartbreaking story is all the heroes that were in that theater. who was it yesterday jim the guy who called and said, my spidey sense would have told me what was happening and then i would have used my kung fu grip. >> and when everybody pulls out a gun to shoot the guy with the gun. >> stephanie: yes, that's a good plan. martin in la jolla said it's idiotic to say that guns would have taken him out. he was covered completely, and
they will not have taken him out unless they hit him in the face. it takes a lot of training to create the discipline to react. thank you. >> we all should have conceal weapons. i want to protect my family with my own canceled weapon. >> stephanie: don't tread on me with my nuke. >> that will show em. >> stephanie: yeah exactly. >> other countries don't have these problems. our countries don't have these problems. >> stephanie: some people are problem solvers. and dick cheney had a good idea. >> you mean shooting people in the face. >> stephanie: he's very good at shooting people in the face. >> well, with buck shot. and loyalists had to apologize for it. >> sorry i got my face in the way of your buck shot. >> stephanie: i'm surfing the
sexy liberal wave in this time. >> i game to get ready for saturday night. >> stephanie: nearing a total sellout. george writes, merry christmas in july july. i got my tickets for this saturday. i've been waiting since last december when i got them for a christmas present last december. i get four seats back, i hope that counts as the meet and greet. yes, it does. they're giggling like a school girl. plugs left and right and bringing his sensei, who is our big fan. >> it will really be a special show. >> stephanie: two huge celebrity surprises on the panel and we can't talk about it.
oh, my god. do you remember how i almost exploded when aretha franklin was comeing to the show. [ screaming ] >> and we couldn't say it. because when she came in the lobby it was in somebody look a picture and tweeted it and her laugh could be heard. she brought an entourage of 11 people. bought all her ticketsment. >> stephanie: this is the sexy liberal thing. these are all 1%ers. half the time they bought them. >> well, he can afford it. >> stephanie: i'm saying it's unusual. people always ask for. >> especially in los angelesment the celebrities on on the panel paid for their tickets. let's see if they are got their money's worth.
>> tom sawyer our guess recruiter. >> hey. >> stephanie: wow, nothing but net around here. john fugelsang. >> it's been quite a week. i loved filling in for you two weeks ago. the staff was great to me and everyone was very kind. i'm sorry about the crystal that i broke, you can fix that with glue. i'm sorry with the sofa in your office. >> don't look at the black light in your office, that's all i'm saying. >> stephanie: and since i'm in my name-dropping phase. could i have music. guess who i just did it to yet kate walsh from fabulous actors from gray's anatomy. >> what did you do. >> stephanie: i'm explain the story. first of all she's a big obama girl. i had dinner at hers house this past weekend. she wasn't there but i'm friends with her business partner who had a bunch of people. i had a big picture of her with obama, and oh, she's an obama girl. i go hiking and i run into my friend and her hiking.
i said oh, my god your house is beautiful. i mess party went well and the furniture, i think the glue is working. she has a delightful sense of humor, it turns out for me. >> risky business. >> stephanie: the glass egg, is everything okay? i glued the glass egg back together. >> there is a crack in the egg. >> stephanie: i'm very disappointed in you. and when kate walsh is disappointed in you. >> is she coming to the show? >> stephanie: i don't know. i'll find out. >> where is her house. i'm find out. >> stephanie: that would be nice nice. i don't remember. she mentioned there is a great piece in "vanity fair" on romney's accounts the cayman island stuff and all that. so i did my opposition research. [ ding ding ] >> we read from that story on the show.
>> stephanie: how would i remember. i have another fine american vet. [ patriotic music ] >> stephanie: up love when veterans call or write in because they know it's a total load of crap. these guys, i would have. it's guys who have never been in the fire fight. >> that's awesome. >> stephanie: his name is drake. i'm a retired army veteran. i own many guns. i used to be a member of the nra. i used to competition shoot and i've been in combat and i've been shot. it has left me paralyzed from the mid spine down. >> oh, my god. >> stephanie: the military does not even use hundred-round drum magazines. that's considered high capacity. civilians should not have access under any circumstances. the quote/unquote brave guys who say they should have jumped him clearly never have been in a fire fight. the callers who say they would have shot the attacker make the
point that greater restrictions need to be placed. too many gun owners have very little common sense. it's even more difficult when you're being fired back at. drake, thank you for your thoughts on that. [applause] >> mm-hmm. i all trust the guys who have actually done it as opposed the guys who are all talk. >> i saw it on tv. i know how it's done. >> stephanie: in the video games, i always do good. >> yeah, i always win in the games. i caught that guy yesterday. >> thank you for being here on friday. >> thank you. your two guys here. they were wonderful. to come in and i was just the december embodied voice. i think on fridays what i want to do-- >> stephanie: now you're the voice of god. >> i want to make a prop of up of a brain in a jar for you. that will be the corner and it will light up whenever i'm talking. >> you brought me a normal brain brain.
>> that will be cheaper than a psych can to times square. but when the whole story broke and i'm grad your dog is okay, but these two guys were such pros and courtney, your director, just kept the show moving. >> stephanie: and jacki schechner, persnickety cat lady doesn't want people to touch they are things. >> what kind of stuff does she got that she doesn't want to see. don't touch the boxes. they're vibrating. >> i don't know if i would want an unpacking service. >> stephanie: i knew you would take her side. everybody likes jacki better. 18 minutes after the hour. >> i do. >> call me, jacki. >> stephanie: call my. 18 minutes after the hour. we're bag with bargain things. john fugelsang. >> announcer: you can't turn her off, not in the middle of turning her on. it's "the stephanie miller show."
[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: yeah, it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 23 minutes after the hour. it's hump days with john. >> huh? >> jump days with john. >> i like it, i like it. i don't know with it means but it sounds good. it sounds dirty. >> stephanie: hal sparks is throwing out the first ball which is different than the 165-pound ball. the guy with the 160-pound
scrotum. did you hear that story. >> i didn't quite hear that story. >> it permeated around the morning. >> the 60-pound scrotum. was there a guy he met on craigslist inside of it? [ laughing ] >> stephanie: of all the things we for sure jacki schechner with, we're trying to get her to answer questions as our journalist and is that considered cosmetic, is that pre-existing? >> i'm sitting in this chair and it's unpleasant now. >> stephanie: sorry. i was going to say you're going to crush that legs, but that guy can't. >> he can't do much of anything. i never understood that. we can say the word ball. >> stephanie: apparently. >> hears the thing. i don't really understand saying you got a lot of balls. like that's supposed to be masculine. if you had a lot of balls, you could not even walk into a bar to get into a fight. what's the matter, you walk like
a wuss. >> i have a lot of balls man i'm sorry. >> stephanie: if you have chuck-e-cheese ball jumping in your panned, you could not get a lot of done. >> i love to hear hal queer as folk hal sparks. >> it was set in pittsburgh. >> it's their lgbt. >> stephanie: they're probably introducing him from lab rats on disney. the guy who forgets was on queer and folk. he's now on a kids show now. >> i don't think that's going to be-- >> that's the coolest thing to happen to pittsburgh since the deer hunter. i think it's awesome he's there. >> stephanie: gary from new york. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi gary. hi gary. >> no, you answered the wrong line. >> stephanie: how did i do that. >> you need to answer six. >> stephanie: parting shots with al gore. gary, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning. stephanie, good morning,
everyone. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i was in the marine corps, and i was an infantry man. i used to be cqb. i can tell you explainly all these people who keep saying if more people had been armed in the theater have lost their minds. >> stephanie: yes, yes. is there a way as a former marine that would not lead to more carnage. >> a bunch of men running around in the dark full of tear gas and all of them arms. >> caller: notice that i'm still here talking to you. i used to be the guy walking into the room with the gun. so if i'm still here, all those people who were inside the room who aren't still here, who has the advantage in that situation. >> stephanie: i was told people could barely see-- >> i never see an example of it
working. >> plus this guy probably had better body armor than you had as a marine. >> stephanie: let's go to tom in new york. welcome. >> caller: hey, steph, i want to give my mother a shout out in the chat room. >> stephanie: hi mom. >> caller: and you know, the nra has done a good job convincing gun owners that they represent them. but what it really comes down to the nra represents gun manufacturers. >> stephanie: did you see the headline, the huge line on guns in colorado. of course they start fear mongering right away. the government is going to take it away. >> stephanie: also take a look at the nra disclose act. what does that have to do with gun owners. where are they for armor, and no one talked about that. >> i didn't go on the nra site but over the weekend there are
two articles that they're going to take your guns away. >> stephanie: fast and furious. that's not a crazy conspiracy theory but a proven fact, the obama administration hoping for gun control, what? >> when you were away, this was an article on the fast and fast and furious, everyone needs to read. it's essentially that the republicans were arguing with everything. want more violence? throw more guns at it. that's one time that the republicans and right wingers do not like gun pro live ration. >> stephanie: ron. >> caller: i'm glad i discovered your program. >> stephanie: me too. >> caller: it's like you had marines calling in before. i served in vietnam. i was in the marine corps for nine years. i was a rifleman in combat. >> thank you for your service. >> caller: when you're in that situation, you're afraid.
you're afraid every day things going on all around you and things like this. this guy comes in with full body armor. his hope was to step outside and shoot it out with the police. >> stephanie: that's what somebody was saying. that's why they're speculating why he told the police with the booby trapped argument. he was expecting to be killed. >> his rifle jammed. thank god for that. the body count would have been higher. he left the radio blasting really loud and hoping that someone would walk in and trigger it. >> i don't get that. >> stephanie: because people were speculating that he thought he was going to die in the shootout. 29 minutes after the hour. back with more hump days with with journal jump days with with john. next on "the stephanie miller show."
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getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. >>the award winning series only on current tv. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> wow she just never shuts up. [laughter] >> stephanie: that's what they pay me for. this is the stephanie miller. welcome to it. sexy liberal john fugelsang in the studio with us all three hours. we'll do a switcheroo. hal will be in on friday. high-strung roland. [ screaming ] when i get something all in caps you know you need to hit the air raid siren. >> did he go all full meaning on you. >> stephanie: get ready this--this is what happens. we get the sexy liberal crazy craziness right before the big shows like the l.a. show this saturday. >> it's an important
announcement. >> stephanie: i got e-mails from people who said that this were only six seats left. this is because they're googling sexy liberal effects that comes up as scalping site. >> don't do it. don't go to scalping sites. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: go to www.ticketmaster.com and type in sexy liberal or go to our facebook or twitter. >> or sexy liberal.com. >> stephanie: he said we can't be sure if they're actual tickets. it breaks my heart when people get suckered. >> if you want to buy from a scalper, they'll be outside of the show and selling them. >> stephanie: don't get taken in by scalpers, at the give our proceeds to the different sexy liberal causes, the prefer project. we're almost sold out. the problem is when you google it it says its completely it would out.
and you can only get tickets here and we have a low, low price of only $1 million for these tickets. >> yes, if you work for a scalp scalping site you're going to have a room in hell with mussolini, bernie madeoff. >> stephanie: particular by when we're trying to do some good. >> the trevor project. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. >> this happens at every great show. it's a sad reality of the business. it would be nice if it didn't. only go to ticket master, or go to the theater box office, you can do that as well any time. >> stephanie: gina in illinois. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi, gina. >> caller: hi, how are you. >> stephanie: good. >> caller: my question is what if there were more than one person in that theater packing. they would think that the other gunman was working with him and that it would have turned into a circular. >> stephanie: can you imagine the chaos? you wouldn't know what the hell is happening?
how would you know who is the good guy or the bad guy. >> reporter says people without gas masks shooting through the tear gas, who do the cops target when they arrive. >> stephanie: exactly. yes, yesterday this was the armchair hero who called in yesterday. he writes, i think what he was trying to say in the action movie he saw the hero took hum out. also when the video games and guys are shooting, he takes them out. why not do it like a video game. >> i would like to point out that the suspect was allowed to buy 6,000 rounds online and tommy chung went to jail for selling bong. >> no one has been killed by a bong, i'm pretty sure. >> it overheats shatters, cuts an artery.
>> i never had that problem jim. >> stephanie: trying to pull out a bail of cheetos at costco and it crushes you to death. >> unfortunate bong incident. >> stephanie: rose in wisconsin, hi rose. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i love you guys so much. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i just don't understand what has happened to the american psyche that some how the availability to get your hands on guns and own as many guns is possible, no restrictions is the gold standard by which we judge our freedom in this country. i don't get that. what about privacy and one person, one vote and all the other things we cherish about this country's freedom. so many other free societies in this world don't have their freedom wrapped up in the idea of acquireing guns. >> so many other societies? all other societies in the world. >> caller: yes. >> stephanie: a lot of people made the point a lot of these people these gun nuts are
describing? it's somalia. if that's where you want to live, everybody has a gun and there is no government regulation of any kind. >> chaos, i love it. >> stephanie: yeah exactly. yeah, i don't know which stories made me cry more, but oiy, he was struck by a caller who implied that the guys from wussies. >> because they took a bullet for their girlfriend but they did not fire back. >> why are you politicizing a strategy. i got that all day friday. why are you politicizing a tragedy. folks, when you have politicians owned by the nra. and when bills are written by alec and it's written by the nra. when the nra gets the assault weapon ban lifted under george w. bush, it's politicizing.
we're not trying to politicize a tragedy. we're trying to stop the next one. it's america everything is politicizeed. >> stephanie: people saying, where are the brave men with guns. women who advised because of boyfriends, four of them. of the 12 people killed, four of them made the ultimate sacrifice to save their girlfriends. now they're dealing with coming together with their grief and the sacrifice. one said, she held me down and said shh, it's okay. he blocked the bullets that would have hit her. he was my angel but he was my angel every day. >> we don't want to take anyone's guns away. we want to make it harder for deranged people from getting
6,000 rounds and make it harder for them to kill other humans. you can make the argument. you're not in a well regulated militia. you're in completely non-regulated militia. fully automatic weapons are restrictedel ignorance prevails. it's great that we can we own grenade launcher. my neighbor has one, i better have one as well. >> stephanie: john larimer said, he took me to the ground and he knowingly shielded me from a spray of gunshots. i feel strongly that i was saved by john and his ultimate kindness. how dare the russell pierces of the world who say where were the brave heroes in there.. how about the woman who was
wounded is giving birth. he's in critical but stable condition with a bullet wound in the eye. the medical bills are mounting. she does not have medical insurance, and bills are rising. >> he has no health insurance and you can help save his life. it would be great to see a lot of people chip in. there are other countries who don't have insane act of guns and have insane acts of affordable healthcare. >> why do you hate america. >> i don't hate america. i love americans. >> stephanie: from touchdown jesus in notre dame, hi rich. >> caller: hi, i'm a vietnam vet, and i got to say to say to all of these nra wanna-bes.
when you're in a room with tear gas, you are coughing like you just inhaled your cigarette you ain't seeing nothing. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: second, to the yahoos who say where were all the heroes? let's see here be, four of the dead two active duty military, two veterans, and two active duty in the hospital. you know, i am so sick and tired of these wanna-bes walking around like they're somebody. it makes me want to throw up. >> it's really disgusting the judgment then at these poor people, at these victims why didn't they do anything. first of all the theater has a no weapons policy. >> stephanie: but they were unarmed. >> you saw the gun violence problem by having more guns--it doesn't work, america. this is what you didn't like about fast and furious and it's still going on.
>> stephanie: by the way. >> funny stuff, by the way. >> stephanie: whew, whew whew, we're saying speaking of caleb and health insurance this is the stuff. [♪ "world news tonight" ♪] the congressnal budget office believes it will lead 3 million people who would have been covered by affordable hair will be uninsured. the new projects jugs the renewed effort to increase ten year budget deficits by over $100 billion. this is one of the things that just makes no sense on this whole fiscal conservative arguments. those are just numbers. over $100 million. >> but they're not conservatives. they never have been. they say they were conservative to get real conservatives to vote for them. reagan raiseed taxes 11 times. why if you're a conservative would you trust your money with this party that promises you one thing and governs like the worst
stereotype democrat and romney is no different. >> stephanie: we'll get to the fiscal cliff tax bush tax cuts whatever--john, you mention this all the time. but the fun facts are just-- >> please. >> stephanie: just are not so fun. the national debt rows 190% under reagan. 52% under george bush. 86% under bush 2 and problem has presided over 45% increase in the national debt. i mean, it's just-- >> a lot of that is paying off the iraq war. >> stephanie: that's what i mean. this really breaks it down. blah-blah-blah. they talk about the debt cell ceiling, 11 such votes took place when george w. bush worked on a spree of fighting wars and the national debt doubled on his watch.
>> and president obama with be lower if the republican would have allowed the tax cuts to expire the way jerome bush planned for them to expire. >> stephanie: this is just out of the l.a. times. >> i would love to get posted on "the stephanie miller show" website. >> stephanie: i think we can do that. >> i would do. >> i think that would be wolf. slowest growth of government spending send eisenhower. >> stephanie: we should post this. we'll talk more about it when we get back. it's serious. they're playing chicken with the economy. it's called the fiscal cliff. our elected representatives our republicans friends seem determined to plunge us into financial catastrophe for the sake of political gain. >> this is why congress has a lower approval rating that chlamydia. >> stephanie: 46 minutes after the hour. we'll be back am more jump days with john. >> oh come on, you got to admit this is cool. >> it's "the stephanie miller show."
[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: boys, don't fight you're both pretty. both movie versions are good. >> we're talking about which version of "charlie and the chocolate factory" is better. that's very important. >> i wouldn't recommend renting the porn version. >> those everlasting gobb
stoppers. >> stephanie: you're almost as creepy as the creepy guy who posed as a goat. did you see the pictures of this guy? >> no. >> stephanie: he was dressed as a goat in a herd of goats. he was spotted by a hiker who said it was real creepy. >> i'm sure the goats were not fooled. >> stephanie: on the advice--maybe they were. on the advice of a friend, utah utah's mystery goat man has revealed he's not another guy wandering in the mountain dressed as a goat. he's testing his goat-themed hunting disguise, that's what he is all about. >> does he slather himself in goat urine to disguise himself. >> stephanie: coyotes are no longer scared of people. >> it's true. >> stephanie: i'm coming down. he's just standing right there. as i started to go buy he started to go in a crouch. and i thought now i need to carry a gun.
great, i look like prague because i'm brightly covered and moving quickly. i decided to call russell pierce on my cell phone. >> i would have asked that coyote for his papers. maybe he doesn't belong here. >> who brought the punch and food. >> stephanie: me. >> oh, my god. can i just say you can smell that through the radio. >> yeah, that is-- >> oh, my god. >> stephanie: i made salmon. >> you have cold salmon. >> with 18 cloves of garlic. >> stephanie: do the sean connery. >> this whole thing smells like a whorehouse. >> i thought it was stephanie what she's putting in her body. that wow, my pheromones are leaving the building. that's just insane. >> okay, someone in the chat room said there is nothing wrong with garlic. yes there is. >> i put so much garlic on my
pizza that my breath could signal a rescue plane in the forest. >> stephanie: it's my sister's salmon. >> it is meant to be served cold in a room with no windows? >> mitt romney can smell that on his fake road trip of europe. >> stephanie: pipe early days stripping at the itchy kitty. >> oh, oh. >> stephanie: now kids, now my assistant is great. you put dijon mustard and george juice and garlic. >> how much? put in a bunch. >> that's great in the privacy of your own home. >> stephanie: basil, and you put it in the blender. you cook it in that and then you pour the rest of it over it. >> your house has windows that you can open. but after it's been sitting in a tupperware. >> marinating in its own juices. >> stephanie: extra delicious today. >> that's great, stephanie.
you just set off the smoke alarm in the building. >> stephanie: whiney mooks. importantly. >> i posted this on your facebook page. >> stephanie: the economist said this unfortunately this is a new normal in washington. we've hit a high level of political dysfunction. this is normal news article. it is not a partisan analysis, but they just talk about as we talk about it. it can't be said enough, the national debt nearly doubled and george bush's watch. >> that was freedom debt. >> stephanie: all this rhetoric about the president being a big spender, it's not borne out by any fact. as we talked the debt rose under president reagan. >> the last guy did a die and
dash. >> stephanie: much more so, the main difference they don't like to pay for it. they would rather barrow for others. now that the g.o.p. has ferociously politicized the process, borrowing is made to seem unamerican. and tax cuts that have already been handed out. never mind that the government estimated $1.3 billion in extra borrowing costs just last year. that is answer american. >> look, if you like the george w. bush facebook page. if you liked it, you don't ever get to complain about debt. if you liked the ronald reagan page, you don't get to complain about deficits. >> stephanie: senator harry reid. >> republicans can drop their record-breaking run of obstruction, gridlock and delay. since 2007 senate republicans
have mounted 84 filibusters against legislation received more than 50 votes. >> stephanie: he went on to say what they can actually do. senator harry reid. >> we're sitting here, and we're running out the clock because they have forced us to do so. >> he sounded angry. >> stephanie: yes. >> i'm sorry you to hear me say this. >> and when he gets angry, he turns into bill bixby. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: mitch mcconnell wants to slow things down. >> the democrats believe the president's rhetoric they'll vote for his proposal, and he'll work to get their support. now my guess is democratic leaders won't allow a vote on the president's plan. >> huh? >> stephanie: oh please. and mitch mcconnell one more time yesterday. >> and on the other side practicing what could best be
described as thelma and louise economics. >> stephanie: ha ha, ha. >> let's just march the whole country off the cliff and see how that works out. >> this is the guy who wanted to shut down your government. republicans, this is why your party is a joke. this is j the g.o.p. is historically turning into the whigs. >> stephanie: this last ceiling fight is when the estate party support started plummeting in the polls. >> slow steady, i don't think we need to speed up on this. >> i have to ask mr. norquist if i'm allowed to say that first. >> stephanie: 58 minutes after the hour. we're back with more jump days with john. on "the stephanie miller show." >> stephanie: yes, or the [ ♪ music ♪ ] i'm going to be on with the governor tomorrow night.
she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." tt [ ♪ music ♪ ] rr[ en♪tt♪ m mususiciccu rr♪en♪tt ] ] >> stephanie: oh hello current tv fans. well, we've been playing a fascinating game show all last hour. what is in jacki schechner's boxes that she so rudely turned down our house warming gift of unpackers. jim ward's mind is reeling with what is in jacki schechner's boxes. >> jacki i wouldn't want anything rifling through my things either. >> stephanie: everybody stuck up for you. everybody likes you better. >> here's my argument. it's not going to feel like a home unless i can make it a home. >> exactly. >> i want to make sure that i know where everything is and i
can put things in their proper place. i'm anal about it. >> stephanie: just makeup stuff that will make jim happy what kind of lingerie oh,. >> stephanie: something that vibrates. >> the lingerie for the pillow fight that we have with our girlfriends. >> sure, that's what i want to hear. >> stephanie: oow, i'm going to get a pillow--here she is per nickty cat lady, jacki schechner. >> we still don't do not have access to mitt romney's taxes. that does not stop people from digging into the facts if romney still was working with bain capital. there are reports that he made several trips between salt lake city where he was heading up olympics meeting with
with them. he met ten times dealing with large documents tied to bain ten years after he left. we're getting ready for a tax cut showdown in congress today. the senate is going to hold a vote on the democratic extending cuts for couples making $250,000 a year. they're not likely to get the vote. the republicans have their own bill that gives tax breaks to the wealthiest 1%. and they ignore certain tax breaks for low and middle income families both are accusing each other of marching the country off a cliff. come january we don't know the solution.
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be in on friday. >> i'll wear hal's clothes if needed. >> stephanie: we'll be in l.a. for the sexy liberal show. >> you mean there are tickets left. >> stephanie: do not go to scalping sites. go to www.ticketmaster.com or sexy liberal show or twitter. >> for the box office. >> stephanie: in are very few tickets left. >> if you google it, you'll get a scalper don't buy reputable tickets. >> don't get tickets made in china. >> don't do that no. >> stephanie: thank you for all your cards and letters about max, my dog, my handsome and romantic. he was in the emergency room. that's why john filled in for me friday. he's doing much better. but stop freaking me out. [ screaming ] stop writing letters. >> you know what it could be. >> stephanie: my poor vet.
what about this, what about this. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: did he go to medical school. >> you're like that patient who checks web md. >> stephanie: max had a major seizure. we don't know whether he ingested something. all of his blood work is coming out fine. we don't know if he ingested something or if he has epilepsy. >> i'm glad he's on the mend. and maybe this will make you think twice about the meth lab in your basement. >> stephanie: oh, my god the jerky treats from china. [ screaming ] i might have gotten those treats. don't die. [ screaming ] >> black walnut mold. [ screaming ]
oh dear. >> stephanie: i'm deciding whether-- >> the bird flu. >> stephanie: i'm deciding to wait. he does not have bird flu. >> swine flu. >> stephanie: he's doing fine. >> small pox. >> stephanie: i don't know whether to do the mri. because it would see if it's a neurological thing. >> they could fit your dog into a hospital to do the mri. he's a massive dog. he was cloned, you could put a saddle on this dog. i had to pull my arm out of its socket. >> stephanie: when i get people to help walk me, i said walk, but hal said it's more like the iodid rod. >> it's like billy crystal i'm on vacation. i'm glad your seemingly large dog is on the mend.
>> stephanie: thank you. and john fugelsang, i have not heard this, wow, it's the person a day the louie gommert. >> there are those of us who are criticized from the right because we want to save american lives. when you're at the firing range you might have to reload more often. >> stephanie: i never heard of this guy. >> no, you're missing out. >> stephanie: he seriously tweeted this. i said, i hope the girls whose boyfriends died to save them were worthy of the sacrifice. what an ass. seriously. >> you forgot the second syllable of that word. what an ass-- >> stephanie: i can't believe you're talking about this while wounds are still fresh. you can say stuff like that? what's the purpose.
>> if they were worth the sacrifice. this guy is still going to have a job at wall street journal after these men gave their lives, i hope these girls were worthy of the sacrifice. [ ♪ "jeopardy theme" ♪ ] who said, frankly one of our political parties is insane, and we all know which one it is. they have descended from the realm of reasonableness that was the work of conservativeness. who said that? bruce bartlett, ronald reagan's reagan's-- >> a great guy. he's the best guy to talk about how reaganomics has not worked. >> stephanie: looky here, i wonder what he has got to say. [ ♪ music ♪ ]
[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: good morning billy in texas. >> caller: hey steph you really just disarm me with that song. >> stephanie: that's why i do it. >> that's clever. >> stephanie: it's hard to get back to you're talking point. >> caller: have you ever wonder idea there is not a lot of gun debacles like that in texas? >> stephanie: why there are no gun debacles in texas. >> oh, there have been mass shootings in texas. >> caller: stand by and admit. every time one of these knuckle heads dye their hair in orange and pink we symptom them. >> stephanie: it's hair color. >> caller: let's not go there. >> you do preemptive violence. let's hurt them before they
might hurt someone else. >> caller: vigilante. >> it is a vigilant any thing that you're talking about. >> caller: really, really? >> stephanie: that's grounds for assault if someone dyed--what are you, the mitt romney of texas? >> caller: would it have been better if we vigilantized that guy or he shot everybody up. >> are you just making stuff up, or do you really go and beat up people who you think might hurt people down the road. >> caller: of course not. >> what are you saying, billy. >> caller: no, no, i'm playing the same game that y'all play. >> what kind of game? violence. you're talking to the anti-violence people. >> caller: the guns are not the people. >> the access to the guns is the problem. the bullets. >> stephanie: the preemptive to the violence. wow, he just disarmed me. >> thank you billy.
>> you take them fellers with red hair and beat them up before they get out alive. >> billy you contributed nothing. >> stephanie: he just did that to me preemptively for something that i'm going to say tomorrow. >> the good, the bad and the the incoherent. >> the good, the bad and the thar. >> stephanie: thesarah palin's kids. the apple did not fall far from the--der. >> age i the only one who notice noticed that fred willard was arrested exactly what sean hannity was doing be poor fred willard. >> what is barack obama asking him to do? he's asking them to go against their political interests, their philosophical convictions and
raise taxes in the middle of a recession which is not what is recommended that you do. otherwise he's saying the he whole thing is going over the cliff. this is more like rebel without a cause and the two of them heading to the cliff, and the first one out is the a chicken. >> it's bush's tax increase. >> stephanie: i was going to say, the recession was caused by the bush tax-- >> it was supposed to happen two years ago. obama has cut your taxes, right wringers. this is bush's plan because bush gave all the surplus money to the rich folks. where is the money lobowsi. it's all over seas and it's not in america any more. >> i love when you quote the big lowboski. >> stephanie: and i will a
different pollock entirely. i really am. >> i think grievances, slavery bad treatment of native americans, third world countries, to shape his economic thinking. >> you mean he has a conference. >> it's not necessarily noble. he gives the bad things about america far too much weight, leaning to his desire to redistribute wealth without correcter historical grievances. >> that was such a leap. >> now zero specifics about what the hell he's talking about. feeling bad about slavery and indigenous people. >> stephanie: killing and taking your land, that's generalized. >> that's poor taste. >> stephanie: bad form. >> give the indians small pox makes him want to raise taxes. >> what? >> stephanie: bad behavior. >> asking people who could easily pay a slight tax increase of 3% to pay a slight tax increase of 3%.
>> slavery was just a general sense-- >> stephanie: just rude. >> sorry for genocide of african-americans. our bad, but get over it. but does he need a smaller jacket. >> stephanie: 17 minutes after the hour. kids gotomeeting. that's how we get this ramshackle operation together. he happens to be here. >> but he's never here. >> i'm never here. >> he's usually a brain in the jar ♪ never ever there ♪ >> stephanie: just an disembodied voice but i can see him when i gotomeeting let's you meet face to face no matter where you are. it takes just a webcam and a click to collaborate and group in hd video. you can even join from ipad and on the go. just download that free gotomeeting app. my listeners can try it free. you'll never go back.
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yes, sir? >> if a girl does go home with a guy and he puts this song on, and it's probably not a real girl. [ laughing ] if you go over to your buddy's house for a beer and he puts this song on. that tells you what is up. >> stephanie: skeedaddle. see ya. >> men are so funny. men are always funny. >> stephanie: monica. >> get back to the ideal oh logical objecttive this was not to create temporary social nets for people in trouble. this was to create a way of life. this is to create a culture of victimhood and dependency which is what we have. >> who is this mindless twit. >> and what socialist country has this, one that has higher
standards of living, lower mortality rates those are the victims. >> stephanie: talking to you mom. >> we're more patriotic than she is. >> and her sister is matter to alan combs. >> everything she says is so breathless. >> stephanie: she's trying to ward us. >> they found someone who made rita cosby more delightful. >> obama's whole philosophy is upside down. it does not comport with the american experience. he has not been taught the american experience. he has been taught to resent it, and he has no idea what it is. he cannot relate. >> stephanie: oh cary, kenyan muslims. >> rush limbaugh is a liar. he's a liar, a racist and a sexist, he is all those things. i can prove it with an abacus and an etch can sketch.
god help you if you put any restrictions on the second amendment. >> stephanie: lars larsen. >> this guy went on a worldwide grovel tour where he did the most shameful thing. go to foreign countries and disparage his own country's records and said we'll make amends. we got rid of a bad guy or two or three or 50 or 60, and this is the white house and picks names off a list and blows people up around the world. and he says he has got to make apologies for president bush? this is a joke. i think most of the world's leaders look at president obama as a joke. >> lie go to politcofact number two lie of the year, that president obama was apologizing for america. he was not apologizing for america. but lots of americans have had
to apologize for bush. >> romney plans to embark on a trip that will take him somewhere that president obama has avoided while in office, that is israel. as an brand new rnc ad points out this cold shoulder to the israeli people is one more thing that is trumped on his list like golfing-- >> come on, you're going to go after him for golfing when bush-- >> stephanie: and fundraising. no republican presidential candidate has never fundraised. >> good that the democrats are fighting back. no they're not. that's your best friend, sean hannity. >> stephanie: hi, carl. >> caller: hi, steph. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: you know, it's amazing the hipo christians on the right want to put up stumbling
blocks, but they don't want to put any blocks for crazy people getting 6,000 bullets for their guns. and how all these telephone guys well, i had my gun in that movie theater, it would have been a different story pilgrim. but here's the thing. if i bring one of my weapons to the movie theater, and three or four more people do the same thing. and then they start shooting back. in the dark i don't know who is shooting. i'm going to shoot at every and i'm not going to distinguish from this guy and that guy. what the hell is mitt romney speaking to veterans when he ran away from vietnam, and why this coward aborted it, what the hell was he doing. >> thank you for that point.
>> this is mitt romney. >> the vietnam thing alone, if you're a veteran. >> stephanie: what was he doing? he was criticizing our current-- >> this is what mitt romney. i started my own web series, i'm going to post it on youtube. >> and it's on stephanie's facebook right now. >> thank you chris. it's mitt romney versus mohammed ali in vietnam. he was opposed to the war. he didn't want to go, and was stripped of it. mitt romney supported the war. even though his dad was against it. he supported the draft. >> of other people. >> he supports the draft. he didn't go. he went to do his missionary work. and his missionary work consisted of living in a castle. >> stephanie: you make it sound like the hard scrabble time that he described it. >> he had stained glass windows
and a spanish chef and he went around france trying to convert french people to mormonism and try to get people in bordeaux from drinking wine. they criticize bill clinton for being a draft dodger. bill clinton's number was never called. you have george w. bush, dick cheney, phil graham, rush limbaugh, mitt romney, men who supported the war in vietnam supported sending other people but avoided going. they are the hypocrites, bill clinton is not. >> they wanted to fight the war down to the last negro. >> well put. >> stephanie: 29 minutes after the hour. "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> i need you all to act like normal human beings. [ booing ] >> i know, it's going to be hard. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the number toll-free from anywhere. john fugelsang flew in from new york for sexy liberal. go toticket masterwww.ticketmaster.com don't go to the scalping spots. go to www.ticketmaster.com or sexy liberal. >> my dad calls it the pantagess, you going up to
wilshire and then you're over at the panteges. >> stephanie: yes, try any of those with sery. she's trying to keep the sexy liberal tour director and i apart. she will not--even now because she's such a control freak i have to mispronounce it exactly the same way she does. even when i do that now she. [ bleep ] >> she still mocks you. >> stephanie: this is the way she says it, i do not have a number for roland. >> i think you just say call roland. >> stephanie: she means, you mean call roland. >> i asked her what she thought of mitt romney and she said it was too mechanical. she meant too angelo saxon. >> stephanie: did you see this story? >> this is a good one. wow. >> stephanie: romney adviser says obama obama does not fully
appreciate our anglo saxon heritage. >> this tops everything that has come out of this campaign. >> oh my goodness, he's black. >> stephanie: remarks of racial insensitivity. >> ya think? >> stephanie: ya think? president obama was better placed to understand the depths and ties of america. we're part of an angelo saxon heritage and he feels that the special relationship is special. >> the special relationship is special. >> stephanie: the white house didn't fully appreciate the shared history. >> obama has more royal english blood in his veins than romney does. >> stephanie: that's not even a dog whistling.
>> and it's more anti-colonial anti-colonialism. if you celebrate the fourth of july you're anti-colonial. >> caller: good morning. i think it's interesting that the guy from the wall street journal made comments about the girlfriends, and living proof of how adaptable the human being human body actually is. i didn't know you could teach other regions of your body to speak. is that considered normal discourse? we have become so petty. >> stephanie: dave, i know, you know what i find depressing, almost after any tragedy when you read a story and you read the comments, and you think, oh my god who are these people. >> read the comments on daily beast who prove darwin is wrong. in this guy saying it on
wall street journal it doesn't matter offensive to women or the dead his comments are. the fact is his site got more hits and his page got more hits. >> stephanie: speaking of racism. i was talking about this of a whitney houston's death. fox nation, the "n" word every other word. good another dead crack head n word. wow. >> caller: the conversation has turned into a group of poorly he had educate junior high students. there is a total inability to say i'm wrong. one of the hallmarks of adult behavior of those who recognize i made a mistake. i shouldn't have said that. that was a bad thing. instead it was well, you misunderstood me. you're so busy looking for fault. you went after that. no one would think less of someone who actually admits that they made a mistake. they find them much more
appealing, much more realistic. >> stephanie: yeah, yep, absolutely. good point. >> very good point. bush has admitted no mistakes. >> stephanie: yeah yeah. >> eight years of awesomeness. >> speaking of bush's biggest mistake, yesterday mitt romney told hannity that saddam may have had the weapons weapons of mass destruction, but shipped them away, moved them so they would never be found. you know, saddam's real evil plan was to build these weapons hide these weapons have these weapons ready to go, and then ship them out of the country so he could get killed. not use them, but get killed. that's why saddam had the weapons. >> stephanie: we mentioned before the break that you have now joined my favorite airlines, screaming baby airlines. >> yes. >> stephanie: the news for me, this weekend things sexy liberal, i can stumble to the fantasia from my home. >> you have that rickshaw.
l the male shirtless men. >> they have these guys who carry her. >> stephanie: i will be carried like madeleine khan by shirtless hunks. who has got a baby. so you took the baby? >> well, yeah, mom is not doing great, so i brought henny jack down to visit mom. and the trip down was pretty much the deepest pit of hell. really, i thought well, he usually goes to bed at 7:00 so i'll get a flight at 7:00 and he'll sleep the whole time. oh, no no, no. silly breeder. >> stephanie: oh breeder. >> actually he was great. coming back was fine. here's the secret. number one. >> get him drunk. >> yes pour vodka down his throat. >> not even. if you want your-- >> stephanie: this is a non-participant bad advice show.
>> they can't handle the pressure. their ears are too fragile. so gummy ears for their ears. and the bottle. he was a little fat angel the whole way down. >> stephanie: i'm going to try that. where am i flying next? columbus? >> if you need help conceiving, stephanie, let me know. >> we'll get her a passcy fire dipped in maple sir up. >> as the air increases, it's less within your head and it push them in and get them very hard to get them out. >> i'm talking about the gummy kind, not the foam kind. >> stephanie: i'm going to use air plugs, and i think i'll wear a diaper on the plane and a pacifier. >> that won't call attention to yourself. i'm wearing one now.
>> this is your captain speaking speaking. welcome aboard screaming baby airlines. if you're sitting knicks to a screaming baby, a screaming baby will be issued to you. [ screaming ] >> we'll be flying at an altitudealtitude of 30,000 feet. in the event of a water landing or screaming baby is also a floatation device. once again, thank you for flying screaming baby airlines. prepare the count for burping. [ screaming ] >> horrible little parasites. >> stephanie: diane. >> they give nothing. >> stephanie: you're on "the stephanie miller show." hello, diane. >> caller: hello, how are you today? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i'll a little nervous. i never called in, so be gentle with me. >> stephanie: don't be nervous. it's just us. >> caller: anyway, i was calling because i'm thinking about that
off the cliff with the finances and the taxes. >> stephanie: fiscal cliff yeah. >> caller: i'm just thinking wouldn't it be fun to let it go over the cliff and then let the republicans scramble and have to do something. >> stephanie: i do think we're in more of a bargaining position than we were in last time? don't you think? >> caller: i agree. >> stephanie: who was it patty murray had a great idea. let all the tax cuts expire. the next day pass the tax cut for the middle class. >> exactly as bush intended. this is bush's tax increases. these were designed to go by in 2010. >> stephanie: the president on the campaign trail. >> obama: governor romney was at it again knowingly twisting my words around to suggest that i don't value small businesses. i believe with all my heart it is the drive and the the ingenuity
of americans who start businesses who lead to success. >> stephanie: he talks about romney knowingly twisting his words. >> and it's true. >> stephanie: to suggest that i don't value small settle business. we all tolerate a certain amount of spin. those are games played in political campaigns, but when folks omit in entire sentences what you said and they slice and dice, they go over the edge. there is a choice here. and mitt romney doing it again. >> romney: they think business is an enemy or business is getting a free ride. there is a sense that some how you're the bad guys. >> the climb here was barack obama ricked off elizabeth warren. >> stephanie: now what do you call it, they have a new slogan. we did build it. you know. >> yeah, we did. >> stephanie: romney's campaign adopted you did not build that line suggesting-- >> you didn't build the roads that brought goods and services to market.
>> but it's not market. obama never said it was government who did all this. society. the republican party the right wingers always want to blame society when something bad happens. they don't want to credit our common society when something good happens like a successful business. that's all the president tried to say. i did governor spitter's show, spitzer' shows and i'm proud of the president doing these commercials defending what he said. >> stephanie: in the wall street journal poll, obama up six points. both candidates seeing negative ratings increase to all-time highs. romney's score a score that no other republican g.o.p. has ever shared. i think more importantly in the 12 battleground states the president's lead over romney is
8 points, 49% to 41%. he's a rich dude. >> i'm pretending to like you. i want you to do the same for me. >> stephanie: his negative, no one has ever been elected with. >> we had newt gringrich and santorum honest about this. and romney spun them into owe believe i don't know. mitt romney blitz them with money. this is why citizens united hurts conservatives. the only way it will get overturned is if our republican realize this because you're stuck with this loser. trust me, you put this guy in the white house you're paving the way for elizabeth warren in four years. >> stephanie: when we come back, ride ride, sally ride. >> wow yeah. >> mitt romney would not have
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already know what reasonable you are. >> hum. >> stephanie: and we do the ceremonial process of painting on hal sparks pants before the sexy liberal show. it's quite a procedure that john and i go through. >> mm-hmm, yes. >> stephanie: and then after the show, we turn off the lights and get them off of him. for the groupies. >> i need a lot of help with that. >> stephanie: a lot of extra help on the road. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. sherry in mississippi. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi sherry. hi sherry, i got her. hang on. hi sherry. >> caller: good morning guys. i'm such a fan of your show. thank you so much for bringing sanity back to my mornings. >> stephanie: aah, thank you. >> caller: i just want to men's something that i never heard and it makes me crazy. you know the logic that everyone uses that only criminals have guns? no, i beg to differ.
i think the guns who makes someone a first-time criminal. look at nearly every case you hear friends and family say what a great guy the shooter was how this was never any sign of mental illness or any dysfunction until that moment. the other thing that makes we crazy, men's obsession with the second amendment to have the gun to protect their castle. well, it seems to me there are far more families being killed by those same men. i'm in south mississippi. it's a monthly occurrence. it's as if the victims' families never get outraged. you never see them on tv or creating a platform to vent their rage. but you see he's nuts that you've been talking about all week it if everyone had more guns, it would go away. i don't understand why victims' families don't become outraged. >> because the constitution is a
sacred document that except for the church and state part, we don't like. i support the second amendment i support the militia, but to when the government comes after you, they say when the government comes after you one day you'll need your guns. what are they talking about? they mean shooting soldiers or cops. in their fantasy land, who are they killing soldiers or cops. who do you want to kill. >> stephanie: howdy ken. >> caller: i'm responding to billy. i don't know if he was trying to be funny. it was in the 1960s when the guy in the watch tour at the university. >> stephanie: there has never been it any gun violence in texas?
>> dallas. >> stephanie: that's what he said. >> caller: can i do a little quiz. who with is the last massachusetts government elected president? calvin coolidge. >> stephanie: thank you for that fun fact. >> speaking of one termers. >> stephanie: i forgot to mention this hour is brought to us by go to meeting. my listeners can go try gotomeeting free for 30 days. go to www.gotomeeting.com and type in the promo code stephanie. did i mention ride sally ride. i'm just saying, i only came out a couple of years ago and i understand she was a very private person and she did not want to be defined like that. for anyone to say how dare she to come out posthumously.
that's why you have to respect people. she's a hero and know another kind of woman. >> the first woman in space. the only astronaut mentioned in that billy joel song. she chose to come out in hero bit aware.herobituary. >> stephanie: and she was private about having pancreatic cancer. some people are private in different ways. just the headline offended me. was sally ride staying out of headline. this is recently departed astronaut was the first woman in space and her her her obituary revealed she was the first gay one as well. she left a final mark on american history in the
obituary. i didn't know this until sue called in from rockville. i was like, oh really? nobody knew she was gay. >> she was survived by her partner. >> stephanie: she had been married in to a guy in the 80s. who wasn't. i'm sure i was i don't remember. >> i wasn't. >> stephanie: yeah, she was survived of her partner of 27 years. with that simple statement said the writer of buzzfeed came out some voiced disappointment that she did not voice her sexual orientation. should this role model come out she came out as a woman scientist and brilliant and at the daily feed but she had a chance to expand young lesbians, and she was an absent heroine of
the gay rights. >> let's judge her by today's modern standard. let's forget what it would have been like in the 80s. it would have been in the hide lines for one day and it would have been a stigma. >> didn't >> abandoning the gay rights, no lying about who you are is the traitor to the gay rights movement. not being who you are. if you decide to live your life the way you really are, it's your business to come out with it. >> stephanie: i lit a match under this. 58 minutes after the hour. we will be right back on "the stephanie miller show"." [ ♪ music ♪ ] i'm going to be on with the governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." v
[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> stephanie: oh here we are hello current tv, and just last night jacki schechner and i were laughing that rich person cocktail party laugh with al gore. ha, ha ha, that's so funny. i thought he was delightful.s, he was lovely. >> stephanie: had you ever met him before. >> no, that was the first time i ever met him. >> stephanie: i was a geek. i said hi, mr. vice president. he said call me al. i couldn't do that. >> didn't you get your picture taken with him. >> stephanie: very groupieish. we had cenk taught the tiny
turk. >> his son is adorable. >> i missed you stephanie al, i got there in time to meet the little turk. >> stephanie: you know, it's going to be like me menudo. they'll go on and on forever. >> it will be embarrassing when the little turks call get middle age and call themselves young. >> the president is going to be in new orleans. he has got two fundraising events and then he'll speak to the national urban league. it's the first time that he has addressed the civil rights organization. mitt romney was invited to speak but could couldn't because of a scheduling conflict. he did attend the naacp conference in houston. that the president declined and sending the vice president instead. the government watchdog group is saying $81 million was spent on the scott walker recall
election last june. the governor beat his opponent tom barrett by seven points. that sum was more than doubling the record, $37.4 million spent on the original gubernatorial race in 2010. and governor walker is offering mitt romney advice this morning saying he should spend more time on the road and less time behind a podium between now and november. in an interview this morning walker said that people don't just want to vote somebody out of office. they want to confidently vote someone in. this election should not be just a referendum on president obama. he believes that romney has the capacity to show more leadership and defy the stereotypes that he is unrelatible. even though mitt romney is abroad for the following week, tomorrow two presidential vice president picks will campaign on his behalf on iowa. that would be bob mcdonough and we'll be back after the break. see you on the other side.
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>> stephanie: linda, jay and linda write steph love your wife. my wife and i thought we were republican christians until we found there is 1% and many churches teach fear and hate. can't we do as much for our fellow americans in need. we strife to show the love of god in our daily lives. we fall short but we keep trying. jesus would not own a sword or an assault rifle. i once belonged to a proud and deverse g.o.p. now as a humble child of god, i don't think my politics have changed. >> we talked about jesus in arms last week because we had a couple of callers call in and say jesus was pro arming yourself because of the one passage where jesus was really saying-- >> stephanie: they like the kick-ass jesus, rambo jesus. >> they're going to say you did any way. we have two swords and jesus said that's enough. he's not pro weapons.
jesus was the one who said when the government sent their soldiers to arrest him and execute him by the state he was the one who told his followers if you live by the sword you'll diely the sword and discouraged violence. >> stephanie: jesus did not talk about swords. he was busy talking about how much he hated homos. >> wait, he never did that. >> stephanie: see. >> i keep adding adding on twitter to point to me the panels in the bible where jesus talked about homosexual. >> jesus had no problem with same sex relationships. >> stephanie: oh, i didn't know that. please tell mama that story. >> any time you want. >> stephanie: this is hilarious. have you heard of the mitt guest campaign. romney's bad policies on lgbt rights. joining forces to produce mitt gets worse.
it seeks to worn warn lgbt americans about the victory of romney and provides the means for voters to push back against romney's message of i will tolerance. he's no massachusetts moderate. he's as far right on this issue as any candidate we've seen. the first issue features gays and lesbians from massachusetts. >> let's watch that at chick-fil-a. >> the muppets pulled out using muppet toys in their happy meals at chick-fil-a. we have hand puppets have more-- >> but puppets have. >> yes, we have hand puppets that are more humane and evolved then our right wing christians. >> stephanie: we were talking about sally ride before the
break. the headline was sally ride an absent member of the guy rights movement. oh you came out too late. you should have done this or done it that way. another writer said, no she was not absent. ride has contributed enormously to gay rights. her coming out is a great gift. now it's clear she was not only the first american woman in space but the first gay or by sexual person to fly in space as well. >> not clear about that. >> stephanie: she said, sally ride american hero. this is what a lesbian looks like. ride did not think it was anyone's business but her own. another writes, why don't we let people live their lives without sticking our noses in their bedroom. >> not everyone is comfortable being an activist. that's a fact of life.
>> stephanie: and one could argue again that was the way she wanted to do it. >> yeah, being gay does not mean you give up your right to privacy or the right to enjoy your privacy. >> stephanie: yeah exactly. >> i supported you all those years you were a coward in the closet. [ buzzer ] >> and you let people suffer. >> stephanie: leave me alone. you're lucky i even perform for you bastard. >> she's dead. she cannot come out and defend herself. why don't they attack the living celebrities who waited so long to come out. >> leave me alone. you're lucky she even performed for you bastard. you're lucky that britney would lip-sync for you in between her terrible fake marriage that makes a mockery of heterosexual marriages. leave her alone. she has a career to destroy. >> stephanie: i liked that right to the end until she kicked me out of the closet with her giant cowboy boot. >> you're lucky she even auto
tunes for you. >> stephanie: all right, nancy in oregon. you're on "the stephanie miller show" show. hi nancy. hi nancy. nancy. nancy. >> hello? >> stephanie: oh no. okay, sue in rockville. >> she's being fancy in dansie. >> stephanie: exactly hi sue. >> caller: unfortunately for me people who tell you how you have to live your life whether they're telling you when you should or should not come out or be honest about your own private life or tell people in a movie theater how they should shoot guns are no different from each other. they're all quarterbacking after the would have could have should have club, and they're useless to me. i want to share with you my brother-in-law who trends right wing, fox news watcher secret vet, goes to his marine corps reunion every year. i told him about mitt romney going to france and being a draft dodger.
hehe said, are you kidding? is that true? i said go look it up. quit listening to fox news. and then he said, well obama didn't serve. >> he was three. >> caller: i had the great pleasure of looking at him and saying you're right. he was seven. then he said to me, what do you mean? i said, you realize that our president is only 50. he'll turn 51 in august. he looked at me and said, i didn't know that. i said, stop watching fox. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: oh, my god. >> check out my new video. i lay it all out. it's on youtube, it's called mitt romney versus muhammad ali. it's all about what a real hero does in vietnam and a fake loser who is for it. >> stephanie: by the way julian sends me a headline. could the drought cost obama votes this fall? is there anything that obama is not responsible for? >> why?
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: ride ride, sally ride. go sister. 24 minutes after the hour. thank you very much for that. 1-800-steph-12 the number toll-free from anywhere. you're on "the stephanie miller show." i would like to be her girlfriend. my girlfriend is a rocket scientist, seriously. >> one who has ridden on a rocket. >> stephanie: you say, my girlfriend is a rocket scientist, you could say well, mine is.
welcome, this is billy's yin to his yang: i want to scare billy really bad. >> stephanie: billy needs his yin nangs. >> caller: governor perry does not want people to know that texas has gone purple. >> stephanie: really. >> caller: the last two election cycles have voteed blue. >> really, houston has? >> stephanie: no wonder he's cranky and irrational. >> houston has an openly lesbian mayor. >> stephanie: what. [ screaming ] >> caller: and the simple fact is dallas and houston is expected to go blue this next election cycle. that's over almost 10 million texans. >> treater. >> stephanie: that's awesome. we were in austin and had an amazing time. well, i know.
>> austin. >> stephanie: it's austin-ites that keeps the other right wingers out. >> i got family in san antonio. they're cool there too. and ana richards was governor. a state of sanity. >> stephanie: molly eye advance. >> jim high tower. >> stephanie: does bush cancel them all out. >> that's awesomeness. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: how are you? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i was very upset for this thing about this poor caleb guy. i would like to see a whole bunch of people going to the hospital and going to the offices of the nra with a bill in hand for this guy and anybody else who cares they are going to get stuck with, along with the police chief for aurora for the bill that they're having to pay for, and give it to the nra. they can afford to pay all of these bills without batting an eye. >> stephanie: that's a very good point.
i'm sure they'll come forward on that won't they. nancy in oregon, oh, we got her back. hi nancy. >> oh no, really? >> stephanie: phil in boston, hi phil. >> caller: hi, mama, how are you. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i would like to say hello to the mook, especially john, i think he's great. >> thank you. >> caller: you guys, let's go back to the event that kind of gave clinton the political% capital to get the large capacity clip band. i think we all remember the horrific bank robbery that happened in l.a. >> exactly. >> caller: and the site of all those dead and wounded police officers and their crews are being riddled with bullets over and over again and nobody could seem to stop these guys. i think it's horrible, but i think there will have to be another event like that. >> didn't we just have one? >> caller: i'm talking about this was on everybody's
television everybody's nightly news, everybody saw this with their very eyes. i think it really was--it provided the political capital to do something. there is something about hearing about something like that this, well, you see it. i just have a feeling that it's really going to take something more horrific than this to shame the right to do something responsible. >> stephanie: how many of these is it going to take? really? we have sitting congresswoman of the united states shot in the face. >> caller: ii know, i know, mama. >> stephanie: a six-year-old blown away. >> guns don't kill people. people who can buy 6,000 rounds off the web kill people, stinking liberals. >> stephanie: hi, wes. >> caller: hi, how are you doing. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i want to be official mental health therapist. >> stephanie: oh, that's deeply
needed here, clearly. >> caller: second of all recently romney was talking about the president being an obstructionist. it's weird coming from a guy who hides his tax returns and we don't know how much money he has offshore but the president has to produce his birth certificate? >> that's why i say i want to see mitt romney's worth certificate. that's the deal. can i lay something on you. >> stephanie: 20 seconds. >> i'll say it after the break. >> stephanie: 29 minutes after the hour. >> that's what we call a tease. >> that's what i am, kids. >> stephanie: tease aarrg. jump days with john. >> i'll tease you later. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> a new ad we will play for you
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>> what's the matter. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> she's just one of those girls who has a peculiar hitch. >> stephanie: that is great. >> welcome to the similar symphony. >> stephanie: ecclesiastescal mook. >> yes, my child. approach the bench. >> stephanie: this is the sin of your sister. they did not help the poor and needy. >> jesus. >> stephanie: it's ezekiel 15:49 the one and and only verse. >> where is the passage about
gay men. the sin of sodom and da gomorrah, they were not kind to strangers and immigrants in their town. >> didn't they try to rape angel angels. >> they said throw those two guys out there that we may know them. the hero comes out and say fleas don't rape these angels. take my two daughters and gang rape them. >> what a guy. >> stephanie: angels, like nine feet tall with wings you could escape. >> they're call messengers in the bible. and then lot goes on to impregnate his two daughters and use this story that being gay is wrong. and that sodomy--it has nothing to do with sodomy. >> stephanie: i wound up the ecclesiastescal. >> i could go on this all day.
the heterosexual. >> that's the thing. i could talk about this all day. >> stephanie: so busy about how we should have a lot more wars and a lot less homos. >> big on preemptive war. >> stephanie: the president yesterday. >> obama: when your commander in chief, you owe the troops a plan. you owe the country a plan. that includes recognizing not just when to begin wars, but also how to end them. >> how to end them. >> stephanie: here is mitt romney, of course the republicans once again playing chicken with the fiscal cliff and all of that, and the president has said he has tried before to get a deal. it's not that he wants these military cuts to take place. he wants a deal that is fair for everybody. but here is mitt. >> romney: today we're months away from an arbitrary across across the board reduction in cuts.
here impair our ability to meet and deter threats. the president has chosen this moment for wholesale reductions in the nation's military capacity. when the biggest announcements in the last state of the union address on improving our military was the pentagon will start using clean energy, then you know it's time for a change. >> stephanie: green energy. >> can we break down the lies. >> i don't think we have enough time. >> when these cuts go into place over a period of many, many years, it's not all at once. >> stephanie: we only have enough nukes to blow up the world 24 times. >> we'll still have a larger military than the next--bigger than russia, china game and france combined. they're going to create more aircraft carriers to be a hedge against china. we're doing exactly what mitt
romney. it's strengthening our position in the pacific ocean. >> stephanie: this is the version of you must vote republican or the terrorists will kill you. >> romney: the attacks here at home is a politically timed retreat. >> stephanie: same spin on dick cheney. >> again. >> stephanie: if you vote the wrong way terrorists. >> this is a guy. >> stephanie: just saying. >> this is the guy who dodged the vietnam war. supported other people to go. his father in nixon's cabinet was against it. he was for it. and mitt romney protested in favor of the draft. not just in favor of the war. most of these right wing douche bags they supported the war. mitt romney publicly supported the draft and then avoided going. >> stephanie: and fear mongering. >> romney: rapidly adding to military capabilities. some with intentions very different than our own. the regime in iran. >> yeah, that's a big threat to
us. >> speaking of dog whistle politics. most of iran's population is under the age of 30. their revolution is going to happen on its own. the guys who run iran, the clerics who run iran, they talk tough and they send out ahmadinejad and say get people behind us. do you think the guys who run iran want to be wiped off the face of the earth themselves? they don't want to die. they're a bunch of tough-talking losers. >> stephanie: and we have our weapon acdc, heavy metal has been legalized. an iranian nuclear scientists said they were under attack of acdc on malware so take that. yeah, take that. >> it was thunder struck.
>> thunder truck. >> stephanie: ow don't make us go to wizard because we will. we will go to wizard if we have to. ♪ wizard ♪ >> here, here. >> what is this you're playing. [ guitar music ] >> thunder struck. i didn't know you were doing the story. >> stephanie: it's called audible in the radio business, my friend. [ singing ] >> excellent. >> stephanie: def con two. >> i love that song. >> stephanie: oh jeez, boys, and their heavy metal. >> that's not heavy metal. >> stephanie: mitt romney. >> romney: if you don't want america to be the strongest nation on earth, i'm not your president. >> stephanie: oh please. >> romney: with his cuts to the military. >> mitt, shut up. >> stephanie: mittens, yes john. >> may i now say one thing? okay, here's the thing with mitt romney. during the vietnam era, he was only into doing missionary.
when he was governor of massachusetts he was into multi positions. on wall street he's into the group thing with no protection. in church he never likes women being on top. he broke up with bain but still got to be friends with benefits. and yet when it comes to his financial records the man won't put out. >> stephanie: john fugelsang, i think you wrote that in advance. he did not just make that up. >> mitt, you can't stand up for main street when you're on all fours for wall street. >> stephanie: i'm sorry, there was another three-point shot at the buzzer. >> i could do that for hours. >> stephanie: let's go to douglas in florida. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi dog. >> caller: --hi doug. >> caller: how are you doing. >> stephanie: good. >> caller: john, you're the best radio. >> i have two jobs, one involves wearing a leather mask and the other involves covering for
governor spitzer. >> billy wilder said if you're going to tell people the truth make it funny or they'll kill you. >> stephanie: this is only self preservation for us. >> there is that. >> stephanie: we've been talking about this off and on in terms of the issues and all that if if we don't get the voter stuff straight. wisconsin republican senator believes voter i.d. will help romney win in a close race, yeah if they can keep more people from voting. in wisconsin the new voter i.d. law could make a difference. >> so it's easier to get 6,000 round of ammo than to vote. >> stephanie: yes, they helped to pass voter i.d. in wisconsin and it could be a boon for the electoral process. they're admitting it. where was it, chris, the philadelphia. >> yes. >> stephanie: republicans said voter i.d. is going to allow governor romney to allow the state of pennsylvania. >> and voter fraud is not a problem in this country. >> nope. >> stephanie: approximately.
>> election fraud. >> stephanie: lack government issued voteer i.d. >> this is how you keep old folks and poor folks from voting. >> stephanie: right now it's been blocked in state court. this is going to be the big fight, whether this is reinstated or not in time for the election. >> i always say it's not liberal versus conservative, it's aristocracy versus democracy. it's rich people who don't want poor and working folks voting. that's what it's all about. >> stephanie: michelle bachmann and louie gommert called john mccain numb nuts. i think he could rip his head off and. [ bleep ] his neck. >> i heard. >> stephanie: yes. louie gommert. >> a bag of ass. >> louie gommert is a bit of a doey pantdoughy pant load. >> stephanie: mccain quote/unquote numb nuts when
michelle bachmann suggested that huma was working on behalf of the muslim brotherhood. >> or the muslim sisterhood. >> you know the far right wing muslims love women. >> stephanie: sellerseveral have condemned bachmann. he said, i wish some of these numb nuts would read the letter before they make morible accusations about the horrible accusations that they're making, what? >> dumb is golden. >> stephanie: they said we can't even penetrate the egyptian government. >> that is so funny hearing michelle bachmann talk about deep penetration in the hauls of congress. she talks like she's very happy in her marriage. >> stephanie: yes. ♪ buffing it all over ♪ >> stephanie: bumone muslim hood
leader hadn't heard them. they had not heard of her. the muslim brotherhood cannot even penetrate the egyptian government. yes, indeed, having assumed the presidency in political upheaval the brotherhood leader is grappling with domestic problems and battling for executive power. but apparently they've already infiltrated our government. thank you. >> who is not running for mayor of new york. he said he will not be running for mayor of new york. but i hope he runs for public advocate. if you're listening anthony. >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. >> and moonlighting for the muslim brotherhood that is. >> stephanie: squeeze that in. >> come back on "the stephanie miller show." >> it happened and we let it
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: yeah. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: mm-hmm. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> good song. >> stephanie: 50 minutes after the hour, stephanie miller. leslie in minnesota has a fund fact about dr. sally ride.
she wins the in the nasa program in 197. homosexuals would not have been give security clearance. she probably would not have been able to do what she did with her life. she may not have come out to herself until she met her partner. >> and mitt said, sally ride says she inspires for her travel in outer space. >> stephanie: joyce on they very subject. hi joyce. >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: this thing with sally ride. what difference does it make that she was gay. >> stephanie: it does not make a difference. >> caller: it takes nothing away from her brain power.
it takes nothing away from what she did. >> exactly. >> caller: you know, she chose to live here life the way she did. that's nobody's business but her own. >> stephanie: thank you. i agree, yes. indeed. all right. >> amen. [applause] >> stephanie: by the way, guess who else is moving on up to heaven to be with sally ride. sherman hemsley who played george jefferson. i loved that show. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> first played george jefferson on "all in the family" and then got the spin-off. it would have been allowed. it's so much more conservative than the 70s. the jeffersons is still to eveny to be on primetime. >> richard rupert had a tweet. for 30 years he looked like he was 50 years old. when he started the jeffersons,
he was only 03 years old. >> wow. >> it's great to see them with carroll o'connor and their relationship. >> stephanie: such a brilliant show. >> i got to meet isabel sanford. >> stephanie: i got to interview isabel sanford after she had a couple. >> i saw her on fox news with her after she had a couple. we hadwe were on a panel together. she was awesome. >> stephanie: a gal after my own heart. what is happening with the jackson. >> the brothers have a reality show. >> stephanie: i love that it's called the unity tour. that's too funny. i don't know what is happening. >> it's not unity until they have rebby and latoya on stage with them. >> stephanie: isn't it rebby paris and janet jackson got in a fight, and all the jacksons are kidnapping each other.
i don't know. catherine jackson released a statement saying that her children ambushed her grandchildren, paris prince and blanket blasting through her security. and then they did something really--just terrifying as they separate teenagers were their cellphones. [ screaming ] i guess paris has been tweeting a lot. >> oh dear. >> she has been tweeting about the situation. can i just say. >> stephanie: apparently the jacksons have been conspiring for three years to kidnap catherine. it's all over the will, i guess. >> whose will? >> stephanie: michael jackson's will because he didn't leave anything to his other siblings or his father. >> because they had so much money left over. >> stephanie: so they're contesting the will. >> the kids are in the middle of this because it's their money. >> stephanie: yep, yep. >> i think this is a plot by the jackson family to keep us talking about them. it's not going to work. we in the media will not discuss
you. >> stephanie: oops, too late. we fell for it. all right decorating a club with naked pictures of his mom. >> oh. >> stephanie: okay. it's called bootcy bellows. it has pictures of his late pin-up mom brenda, including bondage pictures. >> that's a very cool way. >> stephanie: that's her burlesque alias. it's dancing puppets. i love how he thinks that puppets are the weird thing. >> not his mom in bondage. now we have to go to the club and see for ourselves. >> stephanie: speaking of weird. the london olympics. >> yes. >> stephanie: mary poppins will fight voldemort as they struggle to include more random british things in the ceremony.
in addition to nine geese, all the fun fax you need. it will feature mary poppins fighting a voldemort probably because someone suggested it as a joke but they can't scrap the act now. >> this is very american, these olympics. >> stephanie: the voldemort appears as a hundred children will be wheeled out on hospital beds to perform a bed dance. >> what? >> stephanie: and they'll be on giant beds and frolick with characters from 100 dalmatians in kruella deville. and voldemort's arrival will come in with creatures who feed off happiness. and it will be scaring the strategy. >> can i politicize this? a brood or a gaggle.
>> stephanie: and unconfirmed reports speculates there will also be bubbles. >> and copyright infringements. can i say to our republican friends, if it wasn't for anti-colonial sentiment, we would be part of this right now. thank god for anti-colonialism. >> stephanie: maybe i don't understand the angelo saxon in it either. >> you're too poolish. >> stephanie: the ban on large sodas is expected to pass. >> there will be no obesity in new york. we're all in better shape because we walk everywhere in new york and we don't drive. >> stephanie: we have a huge obesity epidemic, and it's working. he's right on gun control. >> and he's a republican. i will say in fairness, yes he is. >> not any more. >> he was elected as a republican and then he bought the election as a republican. in fairness when he began the
cigarette ban i thought it was an infringement of freedom but now it's nice to come home and not smell like smoke. to go to a comedy club and not smell like a marlboro box. >> stephanie: yeah, go to www.ticketmaster.com and go to sexy liberal.com to get your sexy liberal tickets there. we'll have big celebrity surprises. >> we're bringing power to this show. if you go to this show you'll be around people who think look like you. >> stephanie: thank you, john. we'll see you then. >> we'll see you tomorrow on the sexy liberal show. [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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