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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: what i am here. happy friday everybody. we have tracey pratt talking about some good stuff, david shuster, michael shure, and jacki schechner. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i round out the trifecta this morning. >> stephanie: right. and there is a health care question for you right out of the box. will you ask jacki if obamacare will pay for the upgrade for the
hoo ha 2.0. >> i have not heard. >> the chutes and ladders amendment. >> yeah, you have to pay for that out of pocket. >> and mouse trap is just off of the table. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: something to restore our vaginas to the magic they were supposed to be. >> my mind just went to hungry hungry hippo, that is probably not appropriate. >> oh, jacki! good morning everyone. the ap may have just discovered why romney is outraising the campaign. he is using a secret data-mining
company to id potential donors. there is no record of payment, it says it is illegal for a campaign to use corporate money or resources for campaign contribution purposes. businesses use analystics like this to help companies learn how to set up new stores or mail information to consumers. this looks to be the first time a political operation is using this kind of corporate strategy. and romney is bringing up bain capitol again. it starts with a nice plug for staples for all of your back to school needs. romney then writes his experience with bain translates and as president he would reduce and simplify taxes, repeal
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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> stephanie: i know, right, the >> are you okay over there? >> stephanie: i'm a little scramblely. why do you ask? it's not like we're live. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. happy friday everybody. >> happy friday everybody.
>> stephanie: i'm excited because we have such a big lineup. we have tracey pratt, massachusetts teacher on the obama recollection team. >> exactly. >> stephanie: she gave a barn burner of a speak the other day. the most interesting man in the world, michael shure and amy madigan. [ applause ] >> we cast the net live from that play because we liked all of them. and we nailed three. >> stephanie: right. >> well -- [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i ran into somebody -- field of dreams -- [ laughter ] >> that was awesome! >> she has done stuff since then. >> stephanie: i know but like when i ran into jessica lang hiking, and i go --
[ buzzer ] >> or if she had a show on tv currently at that point in time that you could have referenced american horror story. >> stephanie: i was refriending francis for some odd reason on the show. >> which was in 1982. >> stephanie: right, which was when my life stopped, because as you know i'm having a bad -- >> life. >> stephanie: yes. look it's another -- from columbus sexy liberal columbus last saturday. steph, from karen -- karen writes steph as usual i had a whole bunch of stuff to say to you at the meet and grope and when i met you i just freaked out and said nothing. i understand getting star struck in front of jessica lang or amy madigan. me? really? look at me. i'm a mess. i saw your live show from
columbus with jim and i flying there in the storm sing -- i have been listening for eight years now. oh dear. let's change it this little tutorial for bad parenting music. my kids were one, four, and seven when we were all listening. number one at first they don't listen at all and are preoccupied with toys, number two as they grow older they start to listen to the show but they don't get the dirty stuff, they just like the songs and like to sing along. ♪ you lying sack of crap ♪ ♪ you lying sack of liquid crap ♪ >> stephanie: wee! [ applause ] >> stephanie: number three they
go through a stage where they are interested in the political stuff, but still don't get the dirty stuff. they are curious about your interest in beavers. number 4 is the when they start to get the dirty stuff and they start to explain the dirty stuff to the younger children. my kids are 9, 12 and 15 yes, i have given up protecting the youngest child at this point. they now spend time writing bits from the show. they have more political knowledge than any child their age, and the first thing they find out when they find someone attractive is their political persuasion. [ applause ] >> wow! >> stephanie: still got lots of mail about hannity canceling me. mary writes hannity is a
[ censor bleep ] without the riot. [♪ circus music ♪] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. all right. let's see -- oh steven in phoenix. we have gotten a lot of these stories lately. >> okay. >> stephanie: it's a sad family story. politically. steph my mom passed away in 2010 when i went home to be with my dad and sister i discovered my sister had become a birther. >> oh, god. really. >> stephanie: i also learned that my sister had become prejudice. we certainly weren't taught to hate as kids. my dad passed away in may, and when we went to the funeral, we found there wasn't much to talk about. we rarely talk to each other and when we do the conversations barely last a minute or two. [ applause ]
>> stephanie: here is what i love because of the selection of paul ryan, there has been all these rash of articles comparing my dad to him. >> that needs to stop. >> stephanie: so now i have an army of liberals writing and complaining and defending my dad. which is awesome. [ applause ] >> dear sir -- >> stephanie: like your frat mom. >> oh, yeah. >> stephanie: because you know i have daddy issues. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: to me the compare stops that they were both in the house and i have explained why. >> i think paul ryan would have let [ inaudible ] go. >> stephanie: right, and i'm sick about the jokes about -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: the "stephanie miller show" has no information about whether ryan would have let him go as opposed to
interrogating him. my dad had a great sense of humor and humility. they came to him, and said -- >> and it was the very first commercial of a really really long string of commercials about american express. >> stephanie: yeah, there was a movie that said you must be a spy -- >> wow your dad was in an episode of heart to heart. >> stephanie: let me read a huffy letter. professor gould. [ laughter ] >> dear, douche bag. >> stephanie: no, this is very nice. no name calling. they must go what is with all of these liberals complaining about what i wrote about paul miller.
you have been warned. she even did research. >> she wikipediaed yeah. >> stephanie: yeah, janitor, i have said that hello, and elizabeth who owned a small hat shop. >> yes. >> stephanie: did you know i had a friend -- [ inaudible ] toddlers. >> well, they are shoe repair people. >> and little pies too. >> pies without a crust. >> yes. >> stephanie: do you mind? he served in the united states army during world war ii, and later helped prosecute criminals at the nuremberg trial. mr. ryan is a punk kid who never
served anybody. how in the name of all that is good and holy could you compare these two men! [ applause ] >> the name calling of ryan probably prevented that letter from being printed. >> stephanie: it was doing well up until then. >> the myopic gnat. >> she actually got a reply. >> really? >> stephanie: yes, i didn't compare their records i compared their [ inaudible ] you may find your anger assuaged. incidentally ryan needs a good-byeography good-byography. >> is it still available at
eight books. >> stephanie: yes, we may need to print more. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: i may write it out in long hand and send it to him. looky here she lives right next to the beacon, brenda. we received our sexy liberal tickets in the mail last week incent crying baby sound effects here. [ baby crying ] >> stephanie: tonight i was walking home and hit 75th and broadway, i looked up to see the marquee proudly advertising steph steph and the sexy liberal comedy tour. !
♪ hallelujah ♪ [ applause ] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. oh, by the way joseph writes ironic? i guess so. let me get this straight -- ♪ isn't it ironic ♪ >> stephanie: a bunch of climate deniers are about to get smashed at their convention. ♪ isn't it ironic ♪ >> they lopped off the day of the last convention -- >> stephanie: right, because god is a democrat. >> so we don't get hit with mass
turbulence experienced -- >> stephanie: right. hal experienced so much turbulence where everyone on the plane pukes except the guy who pooped his pants. >> stephanie: all right. 17 minutes after the hour, right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: highbrow, low brow unibrow. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
♪ this is the key that makes us wind up when -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ when you show up the girls all line up, and the boys all look but know they can't touch ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ wants to know what boys like ♪ >> stephanie: yeah uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." filling the void in yodelling in talk radio. >> someone has to. >> stephanie: yeah right. we're single handedly filling the void in taylor dane music. >> well. >> stephanie: hank you are on the "stephanie miller show" -- going once -- >> you answered line 3. >> stephanie: no, i didn't. >> oh hank is actually on line 5. >> stephanie: oh.
hi hank. >> caller: hello you know how these women are able to produce these secretions during rape but when committing rape, a man can produce a super seemen. so it's a battle between the fluids. >> stephanie: okay. that's gross. >> i just think i'm going to barf! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: yes don't need to amp up the war on women anymore. >> no, the amp on secretions. >> i have to have my balls go into a phone booth and put on little capes -- fight crime with super seemen. >> stephanie: it's friday -- >> on a similar note -- >> stephanie: oh jim is just perking right up. >> akin got --
>> todd not clay. >> yes. he got it from the nazis. they tested women who were ovulating and then sent them to the gas chamber, and then brought them back and found they did not ovulate. >> stephanie: that's awesome, jim. that sort of brought us down from the twin capes. >> we need more yodeling. >> stephanie: someone wrote an interesting piece -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: why students might believe todd akins junk science. if the school [ inaudible ] does voluntarily choose to include
some sort of sex ed they are required to use abstinence only. which i believe has been proven that it makes kids horny. >> don't do that. >> stephanie: that is bad! don't think about this. [ laughter ] >> you are thinking about it aren't you? stop it! stop thinking about that right there. look at it! don't look at it! >> stephanie: all right. studies report that abstinence has contributed to the fact that 70% of young people are misinformed. unsurprisingly states with the highest high pregnancy are the states that push abstinence as birth control. [ applause ] >> stephanie: hi ann, you are
on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: yes i flew from colorado to the sexy liberal tour in ohio. >> stephanie: yay, for you, thank you. >> caller: and i brought one of those vip packages but they kept saying let's wait until the room empties out. so i got a picture with john but i didn't get to meet you. >> stephanie: oh, i'm sorry ann. i'm going to colorado after the show. >> caller: great. >> stephanie: hang on and we'll get you sexy liberal swag or something. hang on. kathleen in north carolina. hi kathleen. hello, kathleen. hello, kathleen good morning. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: how are you? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: are you really there? >> stephanie: yes, i am. we're out of time now.
>> caller: oh, know. the committee the kitty number one these are the reasons that no one with any mind would ever vote for mitty and eddie munster. number one we all know about bain. >> stephanie: have you seen the latest stuff from bain? >> caller: oh, yeah, too much. this is a lifetime of research in front of us. second, salt lake city so bad that the prime minister of england said it's easy to put on the olympics in the middle of nowhere. >> stephanie: yes. particularly with a lot of government money. all of that socialism helps it go so much more smoothly it's like lube. what? it does. >> astro glide? >> stephanie: yes, socialist astro glide. >> the official lubricant of the
"stephanie miller show." >> stephanie: yes. i haven't worn that shirt yet. and why not? >> on tv? >> stephanie: yes. i'm already a severe disappointment to my family. >> would you mom know what astro glide is? >> stephanie: no that's the good news. >> but we just deemed it the official -- >> stephanie: you know what? >> what? >> stephanie: a bag of shhh for you. >> stephanie: yeah, new stuff has come out on bain. it getting interestinger, and interestinger. we have tracey pratt part of the obama recollection campaign as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ (vo) every news network will cover the convention. but only current coverage will
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> relax. this is just temporary. like >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> am i trying to instigate fights by throwing wine on people just to get on camera? of course not. i mean is wine throwing something that even gets you on a reality show? >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." 34 minutes after the hour. tracey pratt currently teaches fourth and fifth grade, has been on the obama campaign trail. good morning, tracey. thank you so much for coming on with us. the president gave a barn burner on education the other day. he said i have a question for
governor romney how many teacher's cuts are worth tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires. >> yes, president obama is putting reforms in place that are helping students achieve and strengthening our economic competitiveness, and all romney wants to do is have fewer teachers. >> stephanie: the president said that, tracey he said governor romney said that class size doesn't matter but why wouldn't we be listening to teachers who are actually in the classroom. mitt romney literally said larger classes are not relevant to student achievement. that goes in the face of almost every study that has been done doesn't it? >> yes it does. i have been doing my own homework about governor romney
and it doesn't appear that he nor his five children have attended a public school. they have attended very elite private schools which i imagine have very small class size . >> stephanie: and he said he would make the department of education, quote unquote a heck of a lot smaller. we have been saying this over and over tressy, i don't get when we started rooting for firing teachers. i don't get when they became the enemy, do you? >> no, and president obama has certainly been putting policies in place that are going to keep teachers in their jobs. he has instituted policies that have saved teacher jobs, over 400,000 teacher jobs as a matter of fact, and he is also putting supports in place where he can hire more teachers particularly in math and science, those
underserved areas. >> stephanie: the president said cutting back on teachers is the last thing we should be doing as a country. we should be hiring more teachers especially in the area of math and science. ryan and romney has called for deep cuts to education. how would that affect you? >> they are funding cuts would certainly affect us. they would cause teachers to lose their jobs, nationally we wouldn't have the support for resources that we need. president obama, on the other hand he's continuing to support us through the race to the top initiative and at this point there are 46 states that are invested in race to the top, and with -- we're working to raise our standards in these 46 states so that students can be successful.
he's putting more power into the hands of -- of local education -- local education and state education as well. so we're able to make some of our own decisions, and where the decisions aren't all top-down mandate. >> stephanie: tracey and part of this obstruction we have seen in congress, the president asked the congress to pass the federal jobs act, and to start hiring again. he touted the -- obviously he used some of the stimulus to shore up education budgets to make knew reforms for raise to the top like you were just talking about. but there are all of these things that are just stuck in congress that would help our teachers and students right? >> yes, yes, that's very true. and president obama believes that a good education is an
economic necessity for everyone. and it's a key for us to have an economy that's built to last; that we all -- everyone in this country has to have a good education, and in fact he wants to make us number 1 in the world in terms of college graduates. he believes in education from preschool through post graduate for everyone. >> stephanie: tracey i was just going to say it is amazing -- it seems like romney is part of this whole view of the top 1% versus 99%. for him to say we didn't need this money for pell grants just shop around for a cheaper college. i think it shows an lack of understanding of how the rest of the world lives. he seems to believe as the president said you should have as much education as you can afford, right? rather than what kids deserve.
>> yes -- >> stephanie: tracey can you hear me. >> can you hear me. >> stephanie: there you go. you are back. go ahead. >> oh, my goodness. first of all if i may speak personally for a minute if it weren't for pell grants, i wouldn't have been able to be educated. i a fortunate enough to have a bachelor and master' degree. if i haven't have that availability i wouldn't be a teacher now, so -- and i don't think i'm any different than most americans. >> stephanie: right. >> i don't have a family i can go to and just ask for money. >> stephanie: yes, and that is the tragedy that in the united states we are ranked so slow. the fact that we're not making education a priority i think the president spoke really eloquently to that.
as you sort of pointed out, not everyone has the romney family money to go to cranbrook. >> right. that's correct. and -- and through the race to the top grant, as i said 46 states are working on that. we -- so 46 out of our 50 states were invested in having students meet a higher standard and also the race to the top grant puts the resources in place for us to do that. so it -- it is a priority. teachers make it a priority. teachers believe in their students, and we work hard to make sure that our students succeed. >> stephanie: yep. how are things on the campaign trail? people fired up ready to go? >> yes, people are very excited. people are definitely ready to
go. it has been exciting just working and participating with the obama came plain throughout the summer. >> stephanie: well, thank you for take time with us and good luck in the fall with the kids. >> i'm already easing into work. i'm at work right now. >> stephanie: thanks so much tracey appreciate it. the phone was a little wonky. a little something -- >> stephanie: i was going to ask how is our children learning but -- often the question asked is our children learning? >> i just got a tweet from a right-winger that said mr. obama is either a liar spelled lier or a [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: and thanks for playing making our point
exactly. >> he don't know how to talk good! >> stephanie: i guess i'm on yahoo but whenever i hit a news story and you see the comments, it's like my hate letters. the letters are also, a, insane but b, the spellings -- what are you trying to say. >> you people dau -- day -- gak -- >> stephanie: brett welcome to the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: how are you doing? i have been letter letters in forward-looking here that said a lot of people on both sides have asked my reaction it probably goes without saying. $800 billion in new taxes, plus roughly another $125 billion in taxes. the 2010 estimates of the
individual mandate, employer mandate and other revenues are likely to go up further, but setting aside the specific issue of healthcare my biggest concern [ inaudible ] and the president [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: wow. >> the second letter from rick scott, i'm a disabled american i'm taking care of my autistic nephew, and he wants to change home health visits from four to three visits a day. office visits would be limited to two per month, and emergency visits will be limited to six per year -- >> stephanie: that's to put more money in rick scott's pocket. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: the perpetrator of the largest medicare abuse -- fraud -- whatever you want to talk it. not really sure how he got in the big house. oh here he is.
>> we have a plan in case there is a hurricane, but right now we're hoping that it continues to go west and then dissipates. >> stephanie: hum. much like -- much like paul ryan's budget. [♪ circus music ♪] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: try to flip flop -- [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. >> what is the plan? it is safe? is it safe? >> oh it's completely safe. but it's very dangerous. >> stephanie: chris is illinois welcome. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning, chris. >> caller: i am a new caller, i have finally left joe the morning show ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> stephanie: what are we going to do in ohio? >> stephanie: people are -- we were just there. we were in columbus and people
are even more fired up they are going to help people get registered, and i think it will fire people up to vote more than ever, and we'll see what happens in the legal avenue. >> interesting thing on daily coast, rush limbaugh confessions to republican election fraud. >> oh we that on right-wing world. >> stephanie: shhhh. that was a tease. we did that on purpose. remember in the go to meeting yesterday. >> it's fun, it's healthy it's good exercise the kids just love it! >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ (vo) every news network will cover the convention. but only current coverage will put you at the collision of tv and social media. we'll provide unsurpassed insight into the most buzz worthy tweets, posts and pontifications, from the entire social stratosphere including you.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ i can feel my heart beat every time you call my name ♪ >> taylor dane. >> stephanie: yep, here it is great dane. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. let's go to michael in chicago. >> what are you eating now? that just hit me? >> stephanie: turkey burger. hi, michael welcome. >> caller: i have a question about mitt romney's tax returns. >> stephanie: me too. i have a lot of questions. >> caller: yes, and i don't know if people have really talked about this, but the man has been running for president for six years and why did he not create five years of tax returns where he didn't take all of the deductions and didn't send money to the cayman islands --
>> stephanie: well somebody pointed this out. it is this sense of privilege. he never thought he had to release this. the help just doesn't get that uppity it around him -- who do you think you are. >> stephanie: president obama said i don't think i'm being mean. it's like this is something that has been asked about every -- >> it's outrageous! >> stephanie: here is an interesting story. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: there has been lots of speculation, mitt romney says in an new interview that one of the reasons he is distressed about disclosing his tax returns is everyone will see how much he and his wife ann has donated to the mormon church. some have speculated because it is not enough, or is it so much that people are going to be like, oh, my god. he said our church doesn't public how much money is given.
part of the down sides of releasing one's financial information is this is all public. >> tithing literally means 10% -- >> stephanie: yes, our contributions are a certain personal thing. >> we're just hiding behind the religion card. >> stephanie: exactly. >> how dare you insult miry i will gone! >> stephanie: no. let's dive into the right-wing world. [♪ circus music ♪] >> >> stephanie: oh ann coulter. >> this selfish swine todd akin is going to hurt the republican party. we're not only going to lose a guaranteed republican pickup seat, unless we stage a write-in, it's very possible that that would work, but it is going to bleed over into other races, and not everyone can be
expected to be watching sean hannity or listening to radio, or looking up the fec report to see that carol rove and the fec pulled at millions of dollars. >> stephanie: my sister didn't get the email that i had been canceled from sean hannity. and guess who she stumed on? ann colter. >> stephanie: claire mccaskill is now up ten points. but she says -- i don't know if i believe this. >> okay. >> stephanie: because she is urging todd akin to get out. >> interesting. >> stephanie: she said if you believe this i'm 29. >> when was the last poll taken? because i heard todd was up by one point -- >> stephanie: yeah, that was like monday or something. >> okay.
now that people have had a chance to digest it -- >> stephanie: i was like rasmussen says ten points. >> we meant 20. >> stephanie: exactly. tony perkins jim. >> no mother blood! no! momma says you have been a very bad boy! >> stephanie: not that guy. >> oh, the really scary tony perkins. >> i totally have rejected what he said as being inappropriate and he never should have said it. but it is what it is as i said it is a bidenism and now it's time to move on. >> stephanie: oh, yeah. you are right, jim has been getting it wrong almost as long as i have been getting that right-wing radio show host roger
hedgehog -- >> it's roger hedgehawk. one day we'll get tbone in here to tell you about the personal fight he had with roger hedge hog. >> hedgecock. let's move on. sean hannity. >> we begin in california yesterday the senator tolded planned parenthood supporters that both mitt romney and paul ryan are poised to become the, quote, top generals in a war on women. and maureen dowd who scolded anybody for dared to call paul ryan hip or part of a new generation, because according to her he is just a fresh face on a tall
tallban crede. >> they just wrote those things to make sean hannity's head explode. >> and it did. >> stephanie: have you heard that my listener saved he is a [ censor bleep ] without the riot. michelle malkin. >> now the republican party has gone along with the rigged game we call the presidential debates. we are having these so-called journalists who are part of the liberal establishment once again playing referee. why can't we have somebody who is honest about their biases be up there on the stage. why does it have to be the same homogeneous group up there? >> stephanie: why can't we have all fox people? i don't understand. >> yeah, that would be farrier and balanceder.
>> stephanie: all right. rush limbaugh. >> what do you think our voters are stupid? yes! that's why we try to trick them. it doesn't take much. >> stephanie: wow, that was kind of him endorsing voter suppression. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> him admitting to voter suppression. >> which, by think way is a felony in his home state of florida. i think it is. you may not induce or attempt to induce an individual's vote and it is a felony worth up to five years in prison. >> stephanie: wow. all right. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: all right. pardon me. i might need the heimlich. i just choked on a piece of food -- >> and it almost flew out of your mouth. >> stephanie: all right. good morning, everybody. jacki schechner i have another letter for you. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> oh, know. >> stephanie: as if we're not insecure about our hoo has, now they need to keep naming other species that have more magical
vagines that that we did. joe writes it appears akin is confusing women with kangaroos, they have the ability to freeze the embryo until food sources are plentiful, and they have three vaginas, and two uteruses. >> uteri. >> wow. >> stephanie: thank god jim had to go to the bathroom three vaginas at the same time would have made him explode. good morning everybody. we have to start on a serious note. four people have been shot either in or around the empire state building in new york city at 34th street and 5th avenue. the gunman has been shot and killed. we're still waiting on additional details including the
condition of the victims. authorities responded within minutes. as soon as we get more information, we'll share it with you. and mitt romney says one of the lessons he learned from his time at bain capital is that when you see a problem you need to run towards it. that's not exactly the direction the campaign was going yesterday. a staffer laid out preconditions for a press conference. the staffer said they could not ask the candidate about congressman todd akin or the issue of abortion. the campaign says this is not how it operates and they are look going the matter. and romney has a new excuse as to why he's not releasing more tax wrurns. ? an interview with parade magazine, romney says he is not interested in letting people know how much money he gave to
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of listening to you show when you announced the show at the beacon and immediately everythinged i was doing and purchased tickets for me and my husband. my mom is so excited she is dad with driving up from michigan to watch our puppy while we get our sexy on. [ applause ] >> stephanie: don't forget seattle, momma's big birthday show september 29th. it's time to get interesting. >> from current tv our good friend david shuster. >> stephanie: as if tuesday isn't exciting enough -- >> stephanie: friday. >> he is the most interesting man in the world. ♪ >> stephanie: good morning most interesting.
>> good morning my love. >> stephanie: now that you are engaged i love that you still call me that. david shuster this todd akin thing is just -- i think as the obama white house said hurricane todd has already hit tampa, right? >> i'm going to tampa on sunday and i had an epiphany last night, and she told me this is what i want you to do i want you to make sure you hotel is a couple of miles inland because i'm going to smyth the gop tomorrow like they have never been smythed before. >> stephanie: david shuster you are actively trying to make news busters now aren't you? yeah, hurricane todd was completely out of touch with the republican party. what do you think?
first of all is he going to drop out of the ticket? is the pressure going to become so unbearable, or is he in? >> i think todd akin is going to stay in. he has gotten some support with huckabee and others on the far right. i think the problem that -- is because the republican party platform that they passed this week said there is no exceptions for rape or incest. i mean it -- it reflects the akin platform. it is not only reproductive health and health care for women and immigration, and there is all kinds of stuff in there. and maybe they should have put -- i don't know some
rational people on the committee that is writing the platform. >> stephanie: yeah instead of transvaginal bob. so let me get this straight, your front runner is for exceptions for rape and incest but the official republican platform is not. and it is not just people like me saying this perversion of the republican party has moved so far to the right. >> yeah, there were three or four romney advisors writing this stuff, and any one of them could have stood up and said you folks are crazy. we're not going to allow you to hijack this convention. they could have said that and that would have gotten down to mitt romney some cover, but they didn't. so clearly mitt romney and his advisors are convinced he still needs to provide something to the far-right lunatics of their
party, and that drags mitt romney even farther to the right. >> stephanie: let me give you the fun facts of the platform. no abortion in cases of rape or incest, a solute -- a solute i tell you -- [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: wow, will it be like an olympic opening ceremony. no legal recognition of "stephanie miller show" couples, no women in combat no statehood, more guns for washington, d.c., no new taxes except for war. are they actively trying to lose every segment of the voting populous or what? >> well, their platform can now be boiled down to things that are essentially going against what the courts have said is constitutional. same-sex couples, i suppose you could have predicted that. but the idea that you would put something on the that there is no legal recognition for same-sex couples.
they cannot have the right to visit one another in the hospital, they can be discriminated in housing and restaurants, all of that is what the republican party stands for, and the courts have said that's illegal. what the platform stands for the courts have disagreed with. you have to give them equal legal status even if you don't want to give them marriage status. so the republican party platform is outside even what the courts would say. >> stephanie: right. and on the abortion stuff, obama officials said ryan's agreement not to contradict romney's position shouldn't insulate him from the attacks. yesterday he said he is very proud of the bills he has cosponsored with akin. >> yeah. paul ryan really wanted to change the topic and show
there's no daylight between him and mitt romney and said look what i did a couple of years ago i got caught up in the emotion, and i don't believe that anymore. he simply said i support what i did, and now leave it to mitt romney to decide what our position is going to be. well, that's a problem. democrats are going to be absolutely thrilled and excited about everything going on on the republican side, because there is this conversation on the campaign about what is romney's position and ryan's position on these things -- every time there is a conversation about social issues and same-sex couples, it is not a conversation about the economy. and that's why they are infuriated and terrified about what mitt romney is doing in this campaign, because they have said all along is the only way mitt romney can win this
election is if we can make it about the economy. and every day there is a discussion about something else is a good day for the democrats. >> stephanie: well, you know and i thought more tellingly when they asked ryan about the -- he just said i'm very proud of my bill -- of my pro life record. he said the ban on abortion with the exception of rape and incest is a step in the right direction. but at least if we know one thing, romney is a principaled man. he would never change his position on anything. >> well, a lot of people say paul ryan is a likable guy. he looks kind of cute, whatever. but when it comes to cheney was at least somewhat moderate on social issues and was a crazy man on foreign policy. ryan doesn't know anything about foreign policy, but there he is
going to be whispering to the boss, let's close these loopholes and make sure people who are raped or become pregnant because of rape or incest can't get an abortion. that's the direction he'll be trying to pull romney if elected. i think mitt romney doesn't really care so much about social issues, so he'll defer to somebody who does care which is his vice president. >> stephanie: david by the way, on the issue of whether paul ryan is cute if there were a blue-eye off david shuster would win hands down. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i would win in a landslide. >> stephanie: yes. there was a poll the other day -- that said among african-americans that it's obama 94 mitt romney 0. i have a feeling that the romney
campaign is heading that way among women. at least women -- unfortunately some women are so busy with their jobs and taking care of their families and all of the challenges that come at a lot of folks in life, maybe a lot of people don't have much time to pay at attention to the political campaign but anybody who has been paying at attention has the feeling that they are writing them off this fall. and maybe they are hoping that there are so many people out there that are so busy with other things that romney can count on them walking in the voter booth and having i don't know, no background on the issue whatsoever. >> stephanie: they appear to be in a bit of a white-knuckle a panic. paul ryan said i don't think women are going to take the bait on all of these distractions the president is trying to throw at them. yeah, i think maybe they will
eddie. >> and romney's position wasn't exactly courageous. it took them three days before he finally said akin out to get out of the race. he could have said the very first day, what akin said is what he said, and he needs to get out of the race. but the fact that he waited a couple of days it's hard to take it seriously. >> stephanie: yeah. >> romney disagreed because it became politically clear this was going to be a problem for him. >> stephanie: yeah it was like the strongest he could say to rush limbaugh was oh, that wasn't of used for sandra fluke, slut. what do you make of the missouri
poll that shows claire mccaskill up ten points? >> i'm surprised that it is even that close. there was a snap poll that one group did right after this which showed it was even -- sometimes it takes a couple of days for these stories to build and the polling to catch up. but i think claire walks away with this. however, having said that there does come a certain point where some conservatives think that todd akin has been piled on and i do worry there will be some conservatives who will come back around, and say i disagree with what the guy said but this is out of context -- it's almost like todd akin is becoming somewhat of a victim in all of this. >> stephanie: oh, yeah. >> he has received death threats, and that's is a
sympathetic progress. i still think claire is going to walk away with this race but missouri is not like a lot of places, and the conservative right to life movement is very strong there, and people think very differently so i think todd akin was a few points ahead of claire before this whole thing blew up. >> stephanie: all right. blue eyes. thank you, honey. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i'm not saying you need to get get out of the race -- i'm just saying some guys step on a bag of vipers. >> we're monitoring the situation going on outside of the empire state building. at least two people are dead including the gunman. as many as team people were
taken to hospitals in new york city. and law enforcement officials are saying it did not appear to be the actions of terrorism, it appears to be a disgruntled worker who worked inside the building. >> stephanie: all right. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: kid tested john conyers approved. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ [ doug's voice ] actually... [ dennis' voice ] an allstate agent can help do the switching and paperwork for you. well, it probably costs a lot. [ dennis' voice ] allstate can save you up to 30% more when you bundle. well, his dog's stupid. [ dennis' voice ] poodles are one of the world's smartest breeds. ♪ ♪ bundle and save with an allstate agent. are you in good hands?
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you haven't before ♪ >> stephanie: what is that for? jim was animated. he is danced more than he had ever danced. >> that's how they dance in the video. >> stephanie: i know. >> i was standing in the place where i work. >> and now you face north. >> yeah. >> stephanie: 25 minutes after the hour after that little -- you know, my fly boys. >> sure and your j-lo. >> stephanie: you were just saying -- way to go fox news they have been criticizing the president for leaks about the bin laden operation. so they just outed the guy who killed bin laden. >> yeah printed his picture, printed his name. just put a huge target on his back. thanks fox news. >> is this the whole swift bombing of obama thing. >> stephanie: yeah. shameful anti-obama swift vote
groups. this election season attacking the president on security grounds. the head guy is a birther. they were just saying this is so outside military protocol. but it's more evidence to me of how -- this obama derangement syndrome. they, quote unquote, has a long record of questioning the president's birthplace and calling him names like chief hussein obama. >> that's something a second grader would do. >> stephanie: yeah. in addition to being treasonist it's also fairly immature.
the president said i don't take these folks too seriously. this kind of stuff springs up during election time. oh, by the way -- >> here is the guy who killed bin laden, here is his address and phone number. >> stephanie: can i give a huge southout to my friend cenk. >> sure. ♪ let's here it for the boy ♪ >> stephanie: he destroyed [ inaudible ]. pardon me. you try to state with this much chardonnay -- >> it's a hard name to say, i'll give you that. [ mumbling ] >> stephanie: we were saying about all of the books and movies that crop up in election season that are just complete crap. author of -- [ inaudible ]
>> [ inaudible ]. he dated ann coulter at one time. >> stephanie: no, it was laura ingram. >> oh, okay. >> same thing. >> stephanie: yes, joanne from boston, chris mentioned that he dated ann coulter, chris like you is never wrong that's why it pains me to tell them he is. >> sorry. >> stephanie: all right. unleash the mooks so they can do their skit. >> to the right. pull my hair! >> stephanie: the whole reason they wrote that email. >> you get insulted if she has a -- you know. >> stephanie: so we were wondering where this all comes from. the president is angry and hateful and enraged! [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: the roots of obama's rage. >> oh, my god. >> stephanie: 2016 obama's
america is making the rounds to promote the film. cenk just disemboweled him. he went on tuesday night and confronted him with the facts which are -- you know -- >> liberal bias. >> stephanie: right. and asked him why he never complained about the george bush policies that exploded the debt. he said the u.s. military is now $695 billion china is number 2. and we're about six to one over our nearest competitor. i have to give you the rest of the facts from this because it's -- >> awesome. >> stephanie: yes. 29 minutes after the hour. that and michael -- another turk. >> woe! >> stephanie: -- joins us next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
>>who the heck does mitt romney think he is? (vo) this is joy on current tv. >>if mitt romney treats his magic underwear the same way as his tax returns, then he's been going commando for the past 10 years. >>since when do you get to say stuff like that on tv? >> listen, if you'd read your email once in a while, you'd know i have a new show. (vo) always outspoken. >> you think because this is an election year you can just say anything? >> hello! say anything, that's the name of the show.
♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> you look like you poured your makeup on the floor and rolled around in it. the transsexual at the makeup counter i frequent would beg to differ. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2. what happens during the commercial breaks you wonder? i sexually harass my underlinks. i ordered him to go to my party shirtless. and your friend -- >> you ordered me to order him to wear something tight. >> stephanie: yeah. now that's a six-pack paul ryan.
1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. steve in wisconsin you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi steve. >> caller: good morning. there is one thing that i wish i could feel a little bit better about, but don't. i don't think picking paul ryan was a true shot at trying to win. i think it's a litmus test. >> stephanie: meaning? >> caller: they are trying to see how far to the right the country has moved. >> stephanie: yeah, well, i think they are going to find out exactly how much sadly. i'm sorry i misplaced my turk michael shure at the top of the hour. anyway, let me finish by cenk -- ♪ let's give the boy a hand ♪ >> stephanie: the stuff going on, the ed klein book -- >> yeah.
>> stephanie: why would you believe anything in any book written by a guy that says bill raped hilary and that's how chelsea was conceived, and she is a lesbian, whatever -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: that guy. >> yeah. it's all conjecture. >> stephanie: yes. this movie -- and it's actually doing well -- which tells you this is a big market -- >> for lies. >> stephanie: for people that want to believe the worst about the president. this was the headline cenk destroyed [ mumbling ] >> cenk uygur and [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: yeah, you try it five times -- what was travis making at the break -- >> flirtinis. oh, i hit the wrong button on my
box. >> spaz. >> stephanie: they are like vampire facts -- >> what are you trying to say? >> stephanie: the defense budget we are about six to one over our closest competitor? because this is their big thing now. we have to have enough to blow up the world apparently 75 times over. >> yeah. [ mumbling ] ducked the question, he said first of all the spending has grown promiscuously under obama. the whole movie is about here is what will happen in 2016 -- [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: cenk pointed out the great majority was left during the bush administration. [ mumbling ] later tried to revise history by claiming bush never turned in a
deficit over 1 trillion -- >> that's a lie. >> stephanie: not surprisingly not [ mumbling ] friends. again, these are numbers anybody can look up. the federal budget was just over a trillion dollars for the carryover year in 2009 the deficit was 1.8 trillion which included mandatory spending that bush put in place. and the film by the way, partially financed by joe ricketts that guy that sought to launch a race-based attack on the president -- the chicago cub's guy. >> it sounds like something from a gangster movie in the 30s. joey ricketts! he didn't have enough broken glass. >> and viepers.
>> stephanie: dale in north carolina go ahead. >> caller: i'm a veteran 45-year-old father of four two of whom have autism and i don't know where my wife and i would be without government assistance and health care. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: and this is to illustrate how a stupid idea can have unintended consequences. this is going to effect not only how the world views us but also our immigration policy. what are you going to do with an american female who wants to [ inaudible ] are you going to give her transvaginal ultrasound making sure she is got noing enter to abort the fetus, and what about visitors, do you have
to ask them if they plan to have sex? >> stephanie: yeah. this republican platform if you read all of the details it's unbelievable. >> yeah. >> stephanie: paul ryan very crowd of the forcible rape bill he cosponsored with todd akin. he told one interviewer, rape is rape. he said he is very proud of his pro life record. clear contradiction that is easy to explain ryan wants to take credit for the most extreme anti-choice, but doesn't want to explain what he meant by forcible rape. whatever he meant by forcible rape, paul ryan doesn't care if you were raped no matter how his objective is to carry that baby to term. he is saying i'm not the top of
the ticket, but the ban for -- what do you call it rape and incest is a step in the right direction? so they are continuing their right-ward march. >> yeah. >> stephanie: mitt romney -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: the anti-abortion dr. whack -- >> yeah, he has a weird name. >> stephanie: who? >> dr. haaaarr. >> stephanie: no willky one of the founders -- who himself has been blinded by science said he had a private meeting act lost romney thanked him and said we agree on almost everything. he also had his support in 2008. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: that guy. all right. mason in ohio, you are on the
"stephanie miller show." hi, mason. >> caller: good morning happy friday how are ya? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: i feel like i'm lost in the twilight zone when it comes to this election. i don't understand how they can lie over and over again to their supporters and their supporters believe them. they know it is a lie. it's like inciting political panic, like yelling fire in a theater. it's just dangerous to do because now you have got these folks who are up in arms over lies. even their convention is built on a lie. their theme is we built that, and their first day of talking is going to be about that comment that was completely taken out of text. >> stephanie: right. you are right. it is a convince built on a lie.
maybe that's why -- >> you sit on a thrown of lies. >> stephanie: maybe that's what caused the hurricane. >> that could be. and it is being held in a convention center that has been built by -- >> the thrown of lies. >> stephanie: by public money. the president >> obama: they will run these ads, the economy is not where it should be and it's all obama's fault. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: the president talking about economics again. >> obama: they don't really have a plan. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> obama: and the plan they have got won't work. >> stephanie: guess who has now let the dogs out. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: the obama campaign, bill clinton. >> oh, the big dog. >> stephanie: yeah. >> the big dog is coming out to hunt. that dog will hunt. >> stephanie: he said obviously
president clinton has extraordinary experience on the economy. clinton will play a starring role at the democratic convention, formally nominating obama for recollection. this will make fox news explode entirely. clinton's approval rating in the latest gallup poll 66%. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> yep. >> stephanie: isn't that about where it was during the monica louwentski -- >> stephanie: yeah. i think people were impressed that he was still able to conduct foreign policy while in the middle of a -- >> that's multi-tasking -- >> now listen i heard -- no not you. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: you can't get
anymore to the right. [ laughter ] >> see what you did there, you made a political joke out of a sex joke. >> stephanie: we were talk about our friend does this hilarious bit about how most guys after sex get that bobblely baby head and he was able to -- >> conduct international -- >> stephanie: he's a big dog. didn't break stride. >> yeah. >> stephanie: and it looks like mittens may have -- is he actively trying to lose every segment. he may have missed off the tea party now. tea partiers compare mitt romney to a biting ferret. >> what? >> what the hell does that mean?
>> stephanie: mitt said the tea party people are like that ferret in the dishwasher. they will bite anybody. tea party, biting ferret. [ applause ] >> stephanie: with his record on animal rights i don't know that i believe that mitt actually rescued a ferret from a dishwasher. >> i don't think he knows what a ferret even looks like. >> stephanie: i don't know. >> maybe he meant parrot -- >> he knows what a german sheperd -- >> irish sheperd. >> stephanie: all right. 46 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie now. she's easy. 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪ be a part of our on-air and online coverage. >>now that is politically direct.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ oh, girls just want to have fun ♪ ♪ girls want to have fun, girls ♪ ♪ want to have fun ♪ >> just want to have intrusive transvaginal probes. >> stephanie: yeah. it's time the ingest estrogen into the fort my bff jacki schechner. it is pants free friday? >> it is also pants free friday. >> stephanie: oh and i have had a couple of flirtinis.
i was giving a shoutout to cenk who did a great job the other night with [ mumbling ] >> stephanie: i could say that jacki if i didn't have this many flirtinis and tomorrow we'll ve the tweet, so you can basically just seal gore's eye. >> yeah and we'll curerate the information coming through. because we like to fly by the seat of our pants. >> stephanie: that's right. >> but i'm excited about it. >> are you bringing the baton. >> all of the networks are starting to look exactly the
same. so let's see what we can do. >> stephanie: i don't know if you heard jim's suggestion that you bring your baton. >> you really can't let that go? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: nope. nope. including the costume. >> keep the dream alive. >> stephanie: speaking of innovative things on current, jacki schechner also does a thing called i'm not helping on current.com. >> not i'm not helping, you are not helping me. >> stephanie: listen i'll reading an email. explain. >> the idea behind it is there are often women who do dumb things or i call that tv networks or men who purport to be good pregnantive men.
>> stephanie: jacki and steph you are my only hope. >> we're like one person. >> stephanie: yes. steph and jacki i just saw the bill clinton commercial for obama, and reflexively threw my panties at the tv. i think i might not be helping. [ laughter ] >> there has been some conversation about romney and ryan being attractive -- >> okay. they are not joe biden -- or joe lieberman. >> stephanie: we are not female kangaroos with three vaginas. >> yeah, so the estrogen is a little lower. it wasn't clinton's attractiveness so much as his charisma. there is something charismatic
about bill clinton. it is different from says he is necessarily handsome but he is charismatic. i don't mean that in an internny kind of way -- >> stephanie: exactly. oxygen network, i remember once bill clinton visited the marketplace, and i saw an entire three floors of women clear out and run downstairs. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: i have never seen anything like it. i have a conspiracy snausage. >> okay. >> stephanie: she is fine. paul writes about my plan to take over current tv. i know what you are up to the john fugelsang spinoff you and the mooks quietly working behind the scenes to take over the networks. pretty boy is in on it too, isn't he?
yes. why don't you try buff up and wind down with chris and t-bone and i think a straight up nurse jacki rippoff, make it an afternoon soap opera, throw on sandy stripes, take a few calls. can't get enough from the one you love nurse jacki can help. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. see you at the top of the hour jacki. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: sheila go ahead. >> caller: i have a solution to the abortion contraception issue, have men take salt peter.
>> yes. >> i have a email have a listeners. and he can see jim's screen, and he says is jim looking up hair styles? >> no, this is the music festival we'll be playing at tomorrow. >> stephanie: you'll recall there is a camera right there. and were you looking up any kind of hair styles. >> no the woman who founded the whole thing is pictured prominently. >> i see. >> stephanie: all right. akin camp to declare mccaskill, why don't you drop out! [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> that's dumb. >> stephanie: their best hope of beating demand that claire mccaskill step down. >> yeah you stupid girl.
>> stephanie: let's see. the fact that claire mccaskill is only pooling at 42% after constant attacks of todd akin show how weak she is after a week like this. democrats should ask her to step down. >> okay. [♪ somber music ♪] >> stephanie: all right. we have us a turk ladies and gentlemen. >> we do. >> stephanie: michael shure whom we love -- >> he is the peter brady of young "young turks." >> stephanie: that's right. and then actress amy madigan when we return on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: documenting the apocalypse and then making it sound fun. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
"stephanie miller show." [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: oh hello current tv land. hour number 3, friday we are all topped up on flirtinits and we have michael shure and amy madigan who is awesome. >> she is awesome. >> stephanie: we were just checking if the camera contact anything embarrassing that jim may have pulled up on his computer. safe search on.
>> stephanie: and crunchy audio goodness from the campaign trail. and we have had a technical malfunction and we have no jacki schechner. >> i'm here. >> stephanie: you can toss to her you just can't see her. >> stephanie: i have another war on women story. >> good morning, everybody. we are expecting a press conference any moment now from new york city mayor, michael bloomberg about the shooting that took place this morning outside of the empire state building. ten people have been injured, four have been shot and the gunman has been shot and killed. we don't know the condition still of the victims that have been injured in some way. the ap is reporting that the incident is the result of a workplace dispute. but we don't have that independently confirmed as of yet.
this is typical in breaking news scenarios that we get confusing and conflicting reports, so as soon as we have more detailed information we can confirm we will turn that to you. ron paul it looks like won't be speaking nor nominated at the republican national convention next week. romney's lawyers have been working hard to apiece ron paul supporters. so far supporters seem to be pleased with how they have been included and seem to be happy with the party platform as it stands. cnn also reporting that the romney campaign is going to play a tribute video to ron paul at the convention on tuesday night. and new york's mayor will present the democratic platform on tuesday in charlotte.
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bag of vipers. [ applause ] >> stephanie: it look me a while -- >> bronx tail. >> stephanie: yes. >> no one there. no one in chicago. >> stephanie: click. that's the door locking. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. this is from audra, our basement promo gal. >> yes. >> stephanie: the bone finger singer. she is big pimping for mama. >> and they did the jim and pam jingle. >> stephanie: yeah. this is audra. ♪ from ohio ♪ >> hi gang i'm working at the state fair. [ applause ] >> i heard a woman screaming from across the street momma,
momma, momma! they love you with a passion here. >> stephanie: i love them back with the passion and a lot of tongue. i actually got a job at am 150 doing voice stuff. [ applause ] >> awesome! >> stephanie: okay. and yet another love letter. >> okay. oh luuuve letter -- >> stephanie: what did i say >> stephanie: we are so drunk. steph thank you for broadcasting via cable so my friend can have something to laugh about. this week's vaginal mesh dialogue had me blowing coffee out my nose. >> yeah, go to home depot, get
some door careen put it in a cone and just ram it up there. >> stephanie: okay. we're awaiting a turk -- >> we're searching for him. >> stephanie: we have a turk down. i love on current.com, they do recaps of the show. and chely wright was on -- country rocker and gay rights bad ass. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: chely wright predicts mitt romney will get 38% of the vote because he is an olympic flip flopper. and she said i don't think paul ryan even likes mitt romney. that's gay rights bad ass chely wright. i love that. rachel coming to new york city. stephmy wife and i are coming all the way from northeastern
new hamster. looking way forward. >> nice. >> stephanie: we were talk about the plane story where hal sparks -- there was turbulence and everybody threw up except the guy that [ censor bleep ] that his pants. so hopefully that won't happen. a passenger on a u.s. domestic flight dozed off wearing head phones and awoke to find the passenger next to her had his hands inside her shirt and the other hand in his shorts. he was breathing heavily, and repeatedly asked the woman to kiss her. >> he was just trying to give
her a transvaginal probe. >> stephanie: can you imagine just trying to get a little shut eye. >> it's not what it looks like. >> stephanie: oh sorry, i dropped something -- >> i dropped my peanuts down your bounce. >> stephanie: i thought my peanuts were in your shirt. i'm sorry. can you just kiss me -- >> well, since i'm already in there -- >> stephanie: i'm sorry -- get off of me! [ laughter ] >> and he was the pilot. >> stephanie: hey! [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: there is jim with the tip-in. >> i'm sorry what? >> stephanie: just the tip-in. >> just a fee. oh it's friday. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: carolyn in sacramento. >> caller: hi, steph. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: hi, steph.
hi hi hi. hi, caroline. >> caller: hi, hello? >> stephanie: are you okay can you hear me? >> caller: i can hear you. >> stephanie: okay. go ahead. >> caller: first i called you re and told you i was getting mail from the republican party and then i got a phone call from paul ryan's congressional campaign asking for money, and then wednesday i was checking my email, and i thought i don't recognize this name, luli akin. and the subject matter was i stand by my husband. so i open it up and it's from todd akin's wife. >> stephanie: oh. >> caller: asking for money. >> stephanie: you are kidding? >> caller: and i thought i'm not safe anywhere. >> stephanie: exactly. the war on women is in your mailbox now. >> caller: in my email, yeah.
>> stephanie: exactly. they cannot stay out of our boxes can they? the republicans? >> no, they cannot. >> stephanie: she was just trying to use the phone. >> i'm trying to use the phone! >> stephanie: hi. >> hi. >> hi. >> stephanie: how are you use. mudcat's jingle, which is one of our favorites. ♪ mudcat mudcat ♪ >> stephanie: steven writes the show is getting more and more like pee wee's play house with people trying to use the phone. >> i'm trying to use the phone! >> stephanie: hi. hello. ester this in texas. >> caller: hi, stephanie. here we go it's too bad that the hurricane coming to florida
isn't named after a female. >> stephanie: how is that? oh, was that the punch line? [♪ circus music ♪] >> caller: yes. >> stephanie: sorry. >> this hour is not going to fema broadcasting. >> stephanie: it is going to magically disappear from the cd. >> yes travis magically spilled a flirt-ini on it. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: high there. i see all of the republicans saying they want to cut the government. my first reaction is let's start with them. and also i thought -- i'm a former federal worker and we all had job descriptions.
and i want to know what their descriptions are like attack your fellow citizens. i have a couple of solutions, i think we should all mandatorily get books on ratty children so we know how to deal with these tea party types. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: and then give the republicans history books for 1800s because i don't think they are ready for the 1900s or 2000s yet. >> stephanie: yes. bush handed over $1.2 trillion deficit. and then paul ryan's budget doesn't -- it doesn't reduce the deficit, how can you run on that you are going to have a smaller government. it is going to balance the budget never essentially, so i -- all right. >> stephanie: oh by the way, paul ryan, we can't possibly cut defense or give rich people a
tax cut. >> we believe in the doctrine of peace through strength. strength means have a strong national defense. >> yeah, we have six times the spending of the national defense over the next closest competitor, which is china. >> stephanie: yeah, and can't remember what the others added up to. >> how many times do we need to blow up the world. >> stephanie: yeah. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: paul ryan tried to pin the blame for the budget sharely on the shoulders of president obama despite the fact that he voted in favor -- he claimed that he and other republicans, quote disagreed with the sequester then and we disagree with it now. he and 175 republicans voted for it. >> we disagree so stronger
we're going to vote for it. >> stephanie: we vote aye. what? [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> and now they are going to blame the sequester on obama. >> stephanie: yeah. who had a hip hop party. >> commie socialist. nazi. >> stephanie: it's 18 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> so who is responsible for these outrages? >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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