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[ ♪ theme ] >> stephanie: well, you are correct, chris. i cannot read any of this story about the former weiner communications director. did you read any of this, jacki? >> oh, yeah. she had some choice words. >> yes! >> stephanie: they don't seem so female friendly at that weiner campaign. >> have a little conversation with that staff. coming a little unhinged. >> stephanie: i wonder what could be going wrong? >> no staff around weiner.
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>> one of my favorite curse words are in that. >> can you say slut bag on the air? >> stephanie: you use the c word against me but that's off the air. >> cantankerous? >> yes, that's it. >> stephanie: he's gone on the same epic tirade against me but not on the air. >> you think she was a little angry? >> stephanie: ya think? all right. well, oh and a lot of people think he's still sexting. we'll talk about that as well. epic. all right. here's jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everybody. now that private first class bradley manning has been found guilty on 19 charges of giving u.s. classified information to wikileaks, the sentencing phase of his trial begins. while the military judge acquitted manning of the most serious charge, aiding the enemy, manning still faces the possibility of up to 136 years in prison. both prosecutors and defense attorneys will start calling witnesses today to testify as to manning's motives behind his disclosure and what impact his actions had on national
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security. manning's defense continues to argue that their client was simply naive in leaking information but harbored no evil intent. manning was trying to spark a conversation about foreign policy. meanwhile, the senate judiciary committee is holding a hearing today to ask some top administration officials about the united states domestic surveillance programs. number to officials from justice, the fbi, the nsa are all expected to appear. senators also going to hear from the top lawyer at the office of the director of national intelligence and a former fisa court judge. last week, the house narrowly voted down a measure to essentially shutter the nsa's secret collection of phone records but said of patrick leahy, the chairman of the judiciary committee has a bill pending that would put limitations on what the government can collect and beef up congressional and judicial oversight of such initiatives. the white house is going to declassify and publicize the secret order that told verizon communications to turn over
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phone records to the government. that will be declassified and publicized in time for this morning's hearing. we're back after the break. >> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you want. >> who plays kafka? >> who saw kafka? >> who ever saw kafka? >> (laughter). >> asking the tough questions. >> chris brown, i mean you wouldn't let one of your daughters go out with him. >> absolutely not. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me? >> absolutely! >> (singing) >> i take lipitor, thats it. >> are you improving your lips? >> (laughter). >> when she's talking, you never know where the conversation is going to go. >> it looks like anthony wiener is throwing his hat in the ring. >> his what in the ring? >> his hat. >> always outspoken, joy behar. >> and the best part is that
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current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv.
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this show is about analyzing, criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal, or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i'm given to doing anyway, by staying in touch with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. in reality it's not like they actually care. this is purely about political grandstanding. i've worn lots of hats, but i've always kept this going. i've been doing politics now for a dozen years. (vo) he's been called the epic politics man. he's michael shure and his arena is the war room. >> these republicans in congress that think the world ends at the atlantic ocean border and pacific ocean border. the bloggers and the people that of the day. i do a lot of looking at those people as well. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people, but somehow he thinks raising the
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minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them right? ♪ it's a beautiful day ♪ don't let it get away >> stephanie: oh, dear, that is quite a weiner stack. my goodness. they just keep making more. i think i've done my show prep and then magically, more weiner appears. in front of me. [ ♪ magic wand ] six minutes. >> everything you ever wanted. >> stephanie: wowee. 1-800-steph-12 toll free from anywhere. hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks in hour number three.
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>> dean obeidallah at 7:00. >> stephanie: talk about the fox ank they're interviewed the anchor and said you're a muslim, how can you write about jesus? >> he's a scholar. >> stephanie: it is what i do. i write about religion. this is my job. >> i have three degrees. >> it would be like a democrat writing a book on reagan. >> reagan was a democrat. >> stephanie: oh, fox. okay. that's adorable. >> do you need a high school diploma? >> stephanie: michael tomasky who i want to date and kiss and marry, his headline, anthony weiner probably sexting right now. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] >> pretty safe bet. >> stephanie: he draws your attention to how he answered the questions. a reporter said is there yet another woman's shoe about to drop in the campaign. weiner, i have no idea. >> oh, god.
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>> that's not exactly -- >> stephanie: there are people who i thought were friends -- oh, see? some slut bags, some random slut bags. >> and f'ing cs. >> stephanie: people i trusted when i communicated with them. who knows what they plight do now but none of it is new. it is all old stuff. i think i can win. >> mean the french? >> stephanie: question, there is no one you're sexting now? answer you can quibble about beginning -- >> oh! yikes! >> stephanie: he moonwalked backwards in his [ bleep ] what we're talking about is over a year ago. tomasky writes we can what? why didn't he just say no, of course not, i'm not a complete idiot. tomasky says i've been around
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these people a long time. when a politician doesn't say plainly and simply, no. the answer is yes. what happened over a year ago. there is all of the other stuff we're not talking about. it is happening right now. oh, dear. >> oh, my god! >> stephanie: meantime -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] this is just -- >>some. okay. that's from a song, by the way. that they cleaned up a version for the kids. it just says in awesome in it. kids say in, in awesome. >> on that kids bop album? >> stephanie: for that and little family friendly radio shows like this one. this is ing. here are the fun facts. mediaite -- okay. weiner communication director goes on epic tirade against former intern [ bleep ], slut bag [ bleep ], c word.
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okay. anthony weiner's communications director who is salty -- >> she is salty. and kind of hot, too. >> hmm. >> stephanie: went on one of the most unhinged tirades in recent political history against a former intern from the weiner campaign who wrote a piece for "the new york daily news." barbara morgan responded to talking point memo's request for a comment by going completely off the rails dropping almost literally every single profanity possible in this situation. morgan -- stupid interns like olivia newsy. >> stephanie: the former intern that wrote the piece. hang on. you can't say that word. slut bag. see if you ever get a job in this town again said morgan. he stopped interning for the campaign four weeks ago. when asked whether the claims were true, morgan suggested many of them were both -- those were the nice quotes. and we continue and we're walking.
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hang on. i better keep my finger over here. newsies daily news piece revealed a lot from the campaign. including how many of the interns were hoping to get close to huma abedin. who could push hillary clinton to run for president. she claimed that that's kind of ironic, right. they were using anthony to get to huma to get to hillary. oh, anthony. you're just a dope in all of this, really. she claimed that weiner called a bunch of female interns monica. and said one other staffer who quit was paid less than a third of what he was promised. morgan was not clearly about any of this. she tore into newsy's work ethic and called her a [ bleep ] as if he were to -- >> stephanie: if you were to swat a fly. >> huh? oh. rhymes with -- >> stephanie: a t word. >> rhymes with swat. >> stephanie: accusing her of sucking at her job. she wasn't good at setting up events. clearly there because she wanted
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to be seen like it was like terrible and i had to like -- she would not show up for work. for the four weeks she worked there, she didn't work weekends. of the 20 days, she probably missed five because she would not show up and not tell me she wasn't going to be there then she had the balls to trash me in the paper and be like his communications director was the last press secretary the department of education in new jersey. you know what? [ bleep ] you little [ bleep ] >> oh! >> stephanie: i'm not joking. i'm going to sue her. as it turns out, she thought this was off the record. morgan said she thought this was off the record. hashtag oops. morgan, in a moment of frustration, used inappropriate language in what i thought was an off-the-record conversation. a moment. quite a moment. a lot of t words, c words. barbara morgan, it was wrong and i'm sorry which is what i said tonight when i called and
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e-mailed olivia to apologize. oh to have been a fly on the wall for that conversation! oh, lord. i'm sorry. you're more of a t word than a c word. i don't know what i was thinking. i'm sorry. meanwhile, slut bag is blowing up on twitter. >> it is. [ explosion ] >> stephanie: all of you twitter heads out there. somebody tweeted what people don't realize is slut bag is a beautiful purse filled with tools of the trade like an actor's kit but more fun. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: someone else tweeted who is more likely to make a good slut bag? stand by for new york style -- "new york times" style cover on the slut bag makers of williamsburg and the potty mouth accessory. >> did you see that olivia changed her twitter bio? to slut bag t word and c word.
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[ laughter ] >> stephanie: at least she has a sense of humor. good to for her. >> stephanie: meanwhile, back here in california. in filner land -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] oh, boy. you mention this yesterday. this is hilarious. mayor bob filner of the filner headlock, his attorney asked the city council to pay his legal bills to fight allegations of -- and the city council voted -- >> they basically said f you. >> stephanie: f you slut bag. they decided to deny his request for taxpayers to pay his legal fees, blah, blah, blah. okay. oh, so i guess he has to resort to other things to make money. thank god he has a product. >> another long day in san diego city government. as a clerk, you've worked hard for the taxpayers. now comes filner time. >> come here, baby. >> you like older men?
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♪ if you've got a skirt >> care to sit on my city council? ♪ filner beer >> rocky mountain mike. >> stephanie: thank you, rocky might be mike. oh, dear god. weiner's sidney leathers was on howard stern. oh, dear. she had some -- she said anthony weiner is try busy [ bleep ] off to be mayor. i'm not sure what i can say? >> you can't say that. >> stephanie: measuring himself to be -- measuring himself to be mayor. you can't tell which is which. too many beeps this morning. the woman behind or in front
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of -- if you read the sext. the woman behind anthony weiner's latest lewd online conversations told howard stern he is too busy [ bleep ] to be mayor of new york city. sidney leathers told stern she became pissed off upon watching weern on the campaign trail insisting he had changed. i'm prove he's not changed. i was flattered he trusted me enough to send his [ bleep ] it is a way of saying i care. hey, here is a picture of my [ bleep ] check it out. >> when you can't send hallmark. >> send the very worst. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: and just completely baffled that someone so book smart could be so stupid in life. well, there's that. she also supplied some cringe worthy details behind their sexting relationship commenting on his penis side and various fetishes. that may be the one thing that stops men from doing this. people are going to make fun of your penis size. just saying.
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okay. when asked if she would consider doing porn, she told stern she was open mind and keeping her options open. >> among other things. >> stephanie: yes, clearly. she's keeping a lot of options open. >> stephanie: jim is just in hog heaven with this story. so that all happened. we all let it. so there. all right. 17 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> pull over. you're dwl, driving while laughing. it's "the stephanie miller show."
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♪ must be out of your mind ♪ you must be out of your mind >> is that jelly head beans she's talking about. >> stephanie: if you're currently sexting with anthony weiner, call me. 1-800-steph-12. howard stern only has so many hours in a day. come on. give me a call. 22 minutes after the hour. yeah, oh, goddard, another -- from political wire, he also said anthony weiner won't answer a direct question about whether he's sexting with women online. he had the same take tomasky did. >> computer says yes. >> stephanie: probably. julie in seattle says likewise, as for the e bimbos weiner is sexting with, they know he's married and has a baby and notorious for sending his
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[ bleep ] photos and he's busily engaged in ruins his own life and his family's lives and yet they still engage what whatever they're doing that makes bimbo a kind word for them. a better word for them would be slut. >> she's a slut. look at her! [ applause ] >> stephanie: that will be on newsbusters now. stephanie miller calls all women shuts. >> just the women currently sexting with anthony weiner right now. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] >> stephanie: yikes. even the first -- who can say six to ten -- >> six to ten, 30. >> stephanie: okay. her friend said that she said you know he's married. she said eh. this is tomasky saying anthony weiner probably sexting right now. everybody is talking about -- everybody's first talking about the slut bag. the aforementioned slut bag.
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>> the former intern. >> stephanie: went on a tirade who by the way does not appear to be a slut bag in this story. she was just a former intern. ironically. >> i wonder if louis vuitton will release a line of slut bags. >> stephanie: somebody is going to do some business this summer, just sayin'. everybody took to that press conference. he did not categorically deny that he's not still doing it. yes. let's see. as for the first question, the same rule applies, i have no idea means in all likelihood, yes. i have no idea whether they'll step forward and i hope they won't because i begged them not to. tomasky said he's probably sexting in the campaign van between stops. >> really? >> stephanie: hang on, i'll be right there. >> give me a minute. >> stephanie: see, i don't mean to be old timey but i've said, i can't imagine my dad doing this kind of thing. i mean, you know, during the goldwater campaign. >> playing poker maybe.
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>> poker? i just met her. >> stephanie: to finish a pork game but not this. you can wait for a second. we're almost done with this hand. >> would lyndon johnson have done it if he had twitter? >> stephanie: that probably, yes. my dad and goldwater might have won had there been twitter. [ laughter ] tomasky, interesting point, he says suppose -- because obviously as of today, he's staying in. not pulling out. >> emphatically staying in according to that video. >> stephanie: suppose weiner peters out. finishes with 9%, a dismal fourth place finish. let's assume huma stands by him. a consoling kiss on the podium. in that circumstance, can hillary possibly give her a spot in the 2016 campaign. my instinct says no. why give comedians the ammo. the clintons want him to get out. i know they're very fond of huma. you've got to wonder what's
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going on in huma's mind in terms of her future and career. >> none of it is her fault. >> stephanie: exactly. anthony weiner yesterday. >> i know that there are newspaper editors and other politicians that say boy, i wish that guy weiner would quit. they don't know new york and they certainly don't know me. quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> stephanie: the way we roll is not sending our [ bleep ] to everyone in the universe. that's not how everyone in new york rolls. just sayin'. mike in massachusetts, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi, mike. >> caller: hi, steph, how are you? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: material aside about oscar mayer weiner, last night i was watching the hannity show on fox. >> stephanie: i'm sorry. >> caller: there was a panel there that was interesting and alarming was the way they were attack his wife for being an agent of the muslim brotherhood. >> stephanie: that's back now.
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>> caller: now that she poses a national security threat giving her close links to hillary clinton with hillary's aspirations to the white house. how could the right-wingers get away with this stuff? >> stephanie: mike, what better way to have cover than to marry a jewish perv if you're in the muslim brotherhood? >> caller: it doesn't make any sense. i love your show. i just think that needs more exposure on you know, morning joe and more reasonable talk tv than the weiner's wiener. >> stephanie: thank you. i appreciate that. >> the "daily beast" has written an open letter to sidney leathers. please don't do porn. it is a loving letter, really. she says will porn be the next bet for sidney leathers? she told howard stern she's considering it and the guy from vivid entertainment says there is a deal on the table.
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already a deal bent over the table. not just on the table. bent over the table in [ bleep ] pumps. >> aurora stone is a former porn actress. she knows what she's talking about. >> like aurora snow. i think i know who she is. >> stephanie: a sex tape will follow you forever. if you should decide to be a teacher or stich public office, a surefire way to block office. this is good advice. any normal job will come with a gaggle of coworkers who have already watched your section capades. -- your sexcapades. are you ready for that? with would the money easily spent be enough for future backlash. most people have sent a sexy text or photo. it is out of bounds and that's where the line is drawn. so just -- a little cautionary tale. >> from a porn star. >> stephanie: exactly. i can say from my past at the itchy kitty, i agree. all you can do is this after
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that. >> that's right. >> stephanie: dolly in illinois. sad, sad little life. dolly? >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: hi, dolly. >> caller: i'm too old. can someone explain the charge -- i had my 60th birthday in november. if somebody sent me something like that, my face would go red. what is the deal with this stuff? >> stephanie: listen, i think so, too. i'm 51. i agree. and i still pity the woman that john boehner may be sending pictures to because i'm just saying, somebody is waking up to a tiny orange cheeto. >> they get hungry when they see that. >> stephanie: yikes. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show."
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>> in any event, we now go live to stephanie miller. let's see how much she's rocked by all of this. >> stephanie: i am rocked, that's for sure. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. well, the news cycles of course hold nothing but sex scandals, not for the kids. however, listener jordan's 2-year-old nephew, christopher, loves me. >> who's on tv? >> stephy miller. >> stephanie: close enough. close enough, christopher! [ applause ] >> he said he tried to get
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christopher to say other things but he ended up sounding like boehner after a few glass of merlot. >> stephanie: you mean like george bush as a [ bleep ] brennan is now a teenager. >> george bush is a dump truck? dump truck [ bleep ] >> stephanie: that's the best part at the end, the bad parenting at the end. they chuckle warmly. john in pennsylvania, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi, john. >> caller: hey, stephanie miller. you're totally beautiful. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: lavoie, you need to sound myself am i sounding like a g.o.p. tool right now. and of course -- >> huh? why? >> caller: oh, you have no idea what i'm talking about. jim, are you totally awesome. i want to see what weiner -- weiner needs to get out. okay. he is humiliating his wife,
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dragging down the democrats, he needs to get out. stephanie, as always stay amazing and beautiful. would you like to elaborate on your chris comments? i'm always happy to help people bash chris. how can i help you? >> caller: sometimes, more than frequently, chris will say something and it is like not overtly g.o.p. toolish but definitely getting there. >> stephanie: right. i think mostly just to irritate me or to -- >> like what? name one thing, john. >> caller: don't give me if you can't find an example, you must not be correct, chris. don't even go there, okay. stephanie's awesome. >> i would like to know what i said. >> stephanie: i'm awesome and you're a tool. >> what did i say, john? >> caller: stephanie, don't let him get to you because you're amazing. >> stephanie: thank you, john. thank you, john. i may hire him as my next yes man. >> yes, stephanie. >> mama's right.
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right again! as usual. absolutely, stephanie. >> stephanie: thank you. >> you're absolutely right. >> stephanie: and beautiful. >> you're right. they're wrong. >> leave me alone! you're lucky i even produce for you bastards. >> stephanie: oh, hush, hot dog head. check out that package of hot dogs in the back of your neck. >> i'm actually wearing a collar today. >> kim jong-un. >> stephanie: advice for you when you were at the gym. you don't have to lift the whole machine. >> now you tell me. >> stephanie: just a few weights at a time. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] >> just in general. >> stephanie: oh, boy. >> defending the nsa. attacking bradley manning. >> stephanie: oh! >> when did i attack bradley manning? >> stephanie: now i'm on your side. see how quickly i turn? [ buzzer ] >> the sentence yesterday was absolutely appropriate. >> stephanie: yeah.
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>> i'm just watching cenk talking about why bradley manning should go free because he -- >> stephanie: you can't let someone go free that releases that volume of material. >> he would have broken the law by not reporting what he saw because you're required to report -- and did he knowing that -- >> but you report it to your superiors, you don't report it to julian assange. >> stephanie: by the way -- >> stephanie: slowly i turn, niagara falls. [ ♪ dramatic ] jim, you can't -- even experts on your side of the issue said you can't release this volume of material in this technological age and go because he didn't hand it to bin laden. of course al-qaeda is going to see it. >> i was listening to what you were listening to over there with cenk. cenk is right. whoever committed the crimes should be prosecute and hasn't but bradley manning did break the law. >> but he also would have been breaking the law by not reporting it.
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>> but you report it to your superiors, not julian assange. >> he might have done both. >> but he reported it to julian assange who is not part of the chain of command. that's breaking the law. >> stephanie: right. okay. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] we just -- you just dragged me out of the weenie jokes. >> here we go. >> stephanie: now i love you again. >> i love you, too. >> stephanie: settle down. i'm such a traitoress whore. i have no loyalty to either one of you. i will turn on you just like that. >> if you ever figure out how to push these buttons, i'm out of here. i've come to terms with it. >> stephanie: you would throw me under the bus at the first opportunity. a military judge found bradley manning not guilty of aiding the enemy for his release of hundreds of thousands of diplomatic documents to wikileaks but convicted of multiple counts of violating the espionage act, stealing government property and other charges that can result in the maximum sentence of 136 years.
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>> i don't think he should get that much. >> stephanie: director of the project on government secrecy calls it a weighty verdict. the prosecution could count as a win but the largest significant of the case may be limited. he said the unauthorized disclosures that manning committed were completely unprecedented in their scope and volume, jim. most investigated journalism does not involve the wholesale publication of confidential records so the impact of these verdicts on work journalists may be confined. it is not good news for journalism but it is not the end of the world either. i think that's the way people read it. you know, again -- the whole thing with snowden. patriot or -- i don't think bradley manning -- i don't know you that call him a patriot. >> you have millions of people who have top security clearance, you're going to have leaks. >> that's a problem. >> stephanie: i mean what do you make of this part? stuck in my -- one of his supervisors testified that manning told her he had no allegiance to his country.
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she thought manning might be a spy before joining the military he tried to remove personal information from the internet in order to secure a top secret security clearance. >> that is a problem as well. >> stephanie: clearly, like snowden, i agree with you. i think you said that yesterday. greenwald is a jack a lope. i think he's used him. he took the job to do this. this didn't suddenly happen. >> greenwald is sitting cushy in his office while snowden is in the moscow airport sbarro. >> stephanie: and you can't even buy duty-free vodka without a plane ticket. i found that out the hard way. >> sbarro shouldn't come with -- >> stephanie: but anyway. look, i'm just saying you know, that's a -- that's a fine line, jim between going is this a hero or a traitor. i think that you can't -- like chris said, you can't release
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that volume -- indiscrim nate volume and say you can go now. >> he's not the only one doing it but he's taking the fall for it. >> stephanie: snowden is a different case. he specifically took this job to do this and i think, as you said, greenwald put him up to it. all right. all right. joyce in michigan wants us to leave chris alone because he is her eye candy. wrong tree barking dog for you again. >> rough, rough! >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: hello, barking dog, good morning. >> caller: good morning. they need to leave chris alone. he's eye candy in the morning. i don't care what he has to say. i just sit there and just look at him and eat it with a spoon. >> stephanie: you know what? i think just a melon baller. but you know what? it is probably better, if i could turn the sound down on him, i would enjoy him more,
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too. at least you have that option, joy. >> thanks. >> stephanie: let me laugh. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: it's true. you're pretty if i could just -- if i could just make you -- blah, blah ballparks, blah, blah, if i could just see your pretty lips move and no the have to hear what comes out. >> you can turn down your headphones. >> usually comes out as ow, ow, ow, ow. >> stephanie: then i can't hear all of the funny things jim says. >> after lifting the entire gym for several hours. >> my back hurts. ow!% >> stephanie: is there a way i can just not hear you. >> i can turn my microphone off. >> stephanie: because you add almost completely nothing. >> until you agree with me. >> stephanie: then you're a useful tool. >> good luck with that. >> stephanie: nick in l.a. you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome. >> caller: stephanie, isn't in the military, when you report something up the chain of command like victims of sexual assault, we know exactly what
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happened. >> stephanie: yes, when the head of the sexual assault unit is an actual assaulter. that's problematic. >> the civilian government finds out about it and tries to do things to ameliorate that. >> sexual assault unit. >> stephanie: i'm the head of the unit. >> jim wants to be a part of that. >> stephanie: frank in san francisco. >> caller: good morning. love you guys. going to miss you when you're gone. >> stephanie: hang on. we're not going anywhere. radio show -- because you're going to cause another panic. we're not going -- >> caller: i just called to say -- why can't our president pardon manning? >> he could. >> he could but he won't. >> i don't think it would be beneficial to do that because manning broke the law and possibly put lives in danger. >> caller: but wait, wait, wait. we wouldn't have known about all of the innocent people being killed without this. >> he went about it the wrong
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way. he should have gone up the chain of command. >> instead of going to julian assange. >> except we wouldn't have heard about it. >> you don't know that. >> caller: i hope he gets away with it. >> stephanie: you hope he gets away with it? >> caller: he's my hero. >> stephanie: frank, we know there are civilian casualties in any war. i think we know that already. i mean did you not know the nsa was spying on you? >> caller: look at valerie plame he's a free man today. that was a horrible thing. >> stephanie: that's wrong, too. nothing happened to anybody in that. >> caller: why is manning -- >> stephanie: they pardoned scooter libby. scooter libby should have gone to -- you know -- i'm just saying. ♪ libby, libby, libby, will go to jail ♪ ♪ he will take it ♪ scooter libby, libby, had the
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power ♪ ♪ hold on to the soap in the shower, shower, shower ♪ >> stephanie: okay. any way, outing a c.i.a. agent during wartime is treason. it's treason. that, to me was pretty clear-cut. pardoning him was clearly wrong. >> yes. >> stephanie: all right. now clean -- let's clean up the [ bleep ] the radio show is not going anymore. current tv is going to become al jazeera america in a couple of weeks. so -- >> which way is mecca? >> stop it! >> stephanie: we wish them well. we hope you'll tune in. we will. a lot of our friends will be joining them. they've hired a lot of great people. >> they put out a great product. >> stephanie: yes. but we are going to be somewhere. we will have another television outlet. we don't know yet. go to if you get on our e-mail list. >> we'll let you know on the air here. >> stephanie: we have various options we're considering.
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♪ ♪ big wheels keep on turnin' ♪ rollin', rollin', rollin' >> john fogarty had a sex change. >> stephanie: 52 after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. pardon me. >> are you okay? >> stephanie: nobody help me. okay. my tv buddy from cnn, dean obeidallah joins us at the top of the hour to talk about that unbelievable fox interview with the muslim author who wrote a book about jesus. how dare you! [ ♪ dramatic ] >> i was listening to part of that interview. >> wow! >> stephanie: big brains at fox news, not so much. >> computer says no. >> stephanie: why didn't they
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bring in one of their intellectual heavyweights like steve ducey? >> this was on >> stephanie: awesome. >> had to explain to her speaking very slowly, i am a professor of religions. it is my job to understand these things. and you clearly have not read my book which should be a prerick quisite to interviewing me. you are an f'ing moron is what he was trying to say but he was too polite to do that. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] >> stephanie: andy borowitz, weiner named his penis to the post telling reporters he was already make most of the major decisions anyway. in announcing the new appointment, he lavished praise upon his penis call him a tough hombre who cares about the struggles of ordinary new yorkers. after questioning the wisdom of naming his peen toys the campaign, he said look, he's gotten me this far. while mr. weiner's top decision
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to give the position to his appendage, the move reflected his headline grabbing members role in the campaign. his penis has been calling the shots for weeks now. one source said adding the clashes between former campaign manager and the mechurial -- mercurial body part. there was a power struggle between big danny and the package and danny lost. danny would try to talk sense to anthony but at the end of the day, the penis had his ear. it could be a filner transcript. could be anything at this point. [ applause ] >> oh, yes. i was going to -- >> stephanie: okay. if you're eating, i apologize. >> an eighth woman has come forward. >> filner? i just met her. >> stephanie: lisa curtain is her name and we don't know if it matches the drapes. the carpet. how many times do you think bob filner did that joke? well, hello, lisa curtain. >> does it match the carpet?
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>> do the carpet match the drapes? >> stephanie: somebody said about filner, he looks exactly like jack nicholson as the joker. i'm guessing -- >> why does he have so many toys? every dance with the devil by the pale moonlight, he keeps -- >> he keeps his toys in the slut bag. >> stephanie: i'm guessing he said things. >> and having a few drinks. >> need a few drinks to kill the bug that you have up your ass. >> stephanie: okay. lisa curtain. >> he then asked me if it could come off while i was in d.c. and if i would go out with him. i said i really didn't think so. and at that point, he pulled my hand closer to him and he reached over to kiss me. i turned my head at that moment and on the side of my face, i got a very wet, saliva-filled kiss, including feeling his
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tongue on me. >> blah! >> she would rather be killed by billy bass. >> stephanie: that made me do that. okay. all right. miles in texas says chris is his favorite part of the show. ugh! hi, miles. you must also enjoy the yule log. chris is pretty much the human version of the yule log. >> caller: i want to defend chris. you said he didn't add hardly nothing to the show. that is wrong, stephanie. >> that's right. >> stephanie: he adds a lot of annoyance. >> caller: i'm a little annoyed he didn't wear a t-shirt with something cool on it. your t-shirt is cool, stephanie. >> stephanie: it is also see-through. is she wearing a shirt today? >> she's wearing a sports bra under it. >> like a surfboard. like a strap down. >> what a coincidence, i'm wearing a jockstrap.
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>> stephanie: a female bob filner. hello, ken. >> caller: vietnam veteran on bradley manning. >> stephanie: okay. >> caller: i went through some of what he went through back then. we had admiralty trials for some race relation stuff from, you know, when we were in the dmz but that's separate from what i wanted -- the point i wanted to make. bradley manning is facing 136 years for going -- >> which he probably won't get. >> caller: which he probably won't get but the marines just released a convicted killer of a retired policeman in iraq, all of his squad members got 18 months. he got 11 years. he's out in five for dragging a guy out from his family, shooting them in the head in the ditch and leaving them for dead. that's all i gotta say.
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>> stephanie: he'll take no further questions. >> i don't think we know all of the details of what he just said. it is hard to comment on something -- >> stephanie: it is like the zimmerman trial. people go what about this? okay. that's a totally different case. >> that was wrong as well. >> stephanie: christine in california. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> that's a lot wronger than what bradley manning did. >> caller: hello, there. we've come to the point where there is a big difference between what the law says is right and what is really morally right. and the difference between this is keeping the status quo going but difference between the two is just so stark and so revealing. if there was nothing embarrassing and terrible to find, you know, the stuff that brad released, why are we so upset? it is there to find. >> stephanie: okay.
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[ ♪ theme ] >> stephanie: all right. hour number two. tv land, dean obeidallah, my cnn friend coming up to discuss this whole fox news interview with the muslim author. jacki schechner. >> yes? >> stephanie: are you going to get your slut bag at tory birch? that was an epic tirade. amazing he wouldn't have good judgment in hiring people. >> your communications director. certain things you know not to
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say. >> stephanie: she was communicating, that's for sure. >> that's for sure. >> clearly. she needs to tone it down and censor just a touch. >> stephanie: exactly. i haven't heard anyone without the t word that sounds like swat in quite some time. >> i often think when they ask them what's your favorite curse word, the c word is up there for me. i like that. when the b word isn't good enough. you gotta go to the c word. >> stephanie: all right. here she is. >> twitter is going to go nuts. >> stephanie: good luck. have fun! see you next hour. here she is. >> good morning. president obama is heading up to the hill this hour. she's going to meet first with the house democratic caucus and then head over to the senate side to meet with democrats there. he's likely to talk about his full legislative agenda including immigration, budget negotiations and the economy including the grand bargain. he announced yesterday in tennessee. the president says yesterday he is willing to drop corporate tax
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rates as long as it means more middle class jobs. >> obama: i'm willing to work with republicans on reforming our corporate tax code as long as we use the money from transitioning to a tax system for a significant investment in creating middle class jobs. that's the deal. >> in other news, when congress breaks for recess on friday, house republicans are going to head home with a 31-page recess kit called fighting washington for all americans. according to abc news, the booklet tells g.o.p. members to pay particular attention to women, asian americans, hispanic-americans, and millennials because nothing screams sincere outreach like having to be told that you have to speak to women and minorities. anyway, the booklet suggests getting together with all demographics. there is a specific plan in place also to reach out to young folks, the booklet suggests holding a higher education tour. it says to the member, put on school colors and have your picture taken and send that out
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>> they rhyme with a lot more than hug me. robin think. >> what rhymes with "hug me." >> stephanie: six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. this is hilarious. most embarrassing fox news interview ever which there ought to be a lot of competition for that, jim. here he is being interviewed by the dopey lauren greene. >> idea you write a book about the founder of christian fit you're a muslim? >> well, to be clear, i'm a scholar of religiouses with four degrees include, one in the new testament and fluency in bib leccal greek. the origins of christianity for two decades who happens to be a muslim. so it is not that i'm just some muslim writing about jesus. i'm an expert with a ph.d. in
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the history of religions. >> but the question is -- it still begs the question why would you be interested in the founder of christianity. >> oh, my god! >> because it is my job as an academic. i am a professor of religion including the new testament. >> wow! >> stephanie: spectacular. that's what i do for a living you -- >> how dare you! >> stephanie: all right. my buddy, my pal, who i'm on cnn with almost every night. 7:45 eastern. >> unless there's breaking news. >> stephanie: right. unless there's something more important than me which there almost always is. dean obeidallah who happens to be muslim. hello, dean. how are you? >> hi, stephanie. the show now is back to repeating at 11:00 p.m. new york time, 8:00 p.m. your time. so this week it is back to woo-hoo, back again. until there's big breaking news. >> stephanie: i cannot get enough of us. i don't know about you.
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>> i love watching the same show over again. more fun the second time. >> stephanie: not tonight. >> stephanie: we're off tonight. >> later today, they might say we need you. >> stephanie: we're like firemen. okay. >> the news is so slow, we need dean and stephanie. >> stephanie: you must have -- i mean when you saw this interview, it really was hilarious. >> i know riza and i e-mailed him. as soon as i saw it, i was like -- it started -- "buzzfeed" posted it and they termed it like the worst -- most embarrassing interview by fox news ever. riza, my friend. i was like oh, my god. it was unreal. now, there's been a benefit to riza, the book is now number one. barnes & noble. it was number two on "new york times" best-seller list before this interview. it was already building.
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this just pushed it over and made it viral. >> stephanie: he told our cnn buddy piers morgan, he was kind of embarrassed as he sat there. he seemed to have some empathy as he sat there listening. he normally finds it distasteful for academics to talk at length about their biographies but found it necessary to patiently explain to lauren. that's what was so great about it. he was so calm but he was -- >> that's really what it's about. it is funny. here's the hypocrisy. if anyone watches fox news, if you do accidentally because you're at the gym or hostage somewhere and you're being forced to watch it, anyway, they have on so many people like robert spencer, pamela gifford, who are not muslims who have demonized muslim. they never ask that question of them. you're not muslim so how could you demonize muslim. he's not demonizing jesus christ in any way. to them, they're not saying where's your credibility. they have a parade of muslim
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haters on fox news all the time. because that sells to their audience. there was a study two years ago which showed of all of the networks, fox news has the most negative view of islam. that's what they give them. they give them all the time. even fox news red eye, they had on, attacking huma for being a muslim brotherhood. no one challenges. on the panel. people do not challenge. they hate being spewed on fox news. that feeds the beast. that's what their people want. >> stephanie: by the way that, whole reattack on huma. how much trickier can you be than to marry a jewish pervert if you're trying to go deep undercover in the muslim brotherhood. >> it is genius. this is homeland stuff. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: this is good wife meets homeland. >> if that was the story line in homeland, no one would believe. really? anthony weiner, the guy who is the most anti-palestinian and now marrying a muslim woman? i feel bad -- huma, that's a
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whole different story. this thing with riza was amazing, he kept saying i'm a scholar. i have a ph.d. i speak many languages about the bible. greek. i have four degrees in studying faith. somehow, the fox news, somehow if you're muslim, you have to be anti-christian. that's the way they view. we hate christians which is completely -- >> stephanie: the funny thing is, you know, clearly, she didn't read the book because mediaite says for those curious, the conclusion about jesus was that he was a real political revolutionary who took on the powers of his time on behalf the poor, the dispossess and the marginalized who sacrificed himself for those who couldn't stand up for themselves. that's radical. right? >> typical muslim talk. >> it is really -- it doesn't end. but you know, after -- not only
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after the boston bombing. like a month ago, they had something on nigeria on fox news and the liberal guy, the guy who is the alleged liberal on fox was like we should not let more muslims in this country. he gets a high-five from other people on the panel. i'm not kidding. this is how ridiculous it's gotten. if fox news was around years ago when anti-semitism was part of mainstream, i have no doubt they would be anti-semitic and pro segregation. they just feed to the worst element of our society and thankfully, their viewers are dying off. >> stephanie: they would probably still be in black and white if they could. wouldn't even be in color just to prove a point. >> just white. >> stephanie: you know, what's interesting though, clearly, she just read the title because the title is zealot, the life and times of jesus in nazareth. as i explained about what the book is about, he doesn't mean that in a bad way.
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he means people called him a zealot. >> he's a political figure. but here's the other thing i think a lot of people don't know. in islam, jesus is an important, important prophet to us. he is as important as mohammed and abraham and moses. these are all of the major prophets of islam. mohammed -- if you're muslim, you know, mow hamed was the last prophet who gave the last word of god. but jesus is just as important. and i have friends who have come to shows where comics talk about moses in a negative way like smoking pot or something like that. muslims angered by that going how dare you make fun of moses. people don't realize the real practicing muslims, jesus, mohammed, moses are all on the same level. we don't worship mohammed in any way whatsoever. it is about god. the reason people get upset is they don't want you to worship mohammed. it is not that mohammed is sacrosanct. don't make him like jesus.
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just pray to god. >> stephanie: right. dean, i don't know if you saw the other -- really bad analogies edition that green quoted a critic, a muslim writing a book about jesus would be be like a democrat writing a book about why ronald reagan wasn't a good republican. he had a great response. he said it would be like a democrat with a ph.d. in reagan who had been studying history for two decades writing about reagan. he said i think the fundamental problem here is you're assuming i have some sort of faith-based bias. i right about hinduism and christianity and islam. my job is a scholar with a ph.d. is to write about religion. >> one of the preeminent muslim scholars who is catholic at georgetown university. everyone loves him. you're catholic. how can you talk about islam? i was at a function where he spoke. he's great. he's more knowledgeable about muslim than i am and i'm muslim.
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he's critical of terrorism. he knows the faith. no one says you can't speak on islam. if you're an educated person, you can. and there's flaws in your theories or views, you'll be held to task for it. he's like i encourage people to have an academic discussion on the issues i raised. >> stephanie: dean, i love the final little bit of dollop of journalism that lauren greene did on fox. she accused him of hiding his faith. even on several programs and never disclose that you're a muslim to which he responded his biography is on the second page of his book. >> his name is riza aslan. he was born in iran. is he hiding his faith? at one point, he became a christian. he was an evangelical christian in his teens. he found jesus then returned to islam, i don't know why. he made a choice to do that. he has a great respect for jesus. which is -- you know, this guy
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seems -- he's well-educated, well-spoken, wrote a great book. i'm glad it is becoming a big hit. weird to see this politicized. i don't see any other religion like this where there's pro and con on a political spectrum where conservatives are anti-muslim. go on twitter, there are people who say anti-muslim and islam. and tcot hashtag and conservative and tea party. so there are actually people -- imagine if you put i hate jews on your profile, i hate black people. you would never do that because in society it is not accepted. still on the right it is accepted to demonize muslims so fox news people defended this interview. people with a brain don't. i think the amoeba brain-eating creature they talked about on cnn last night, which i think ted cruz has -- >> stephanie: ted "an amoebaate my brain" cruz. >> i'm glad people are standing up saying this is ludicrous.
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>> stephanie: dean. great stuff as always. i'll see you right next to my box tomorrow night on cnn. he's in the box right next to me. love you, dean. >> love you, too. take care. >> stephanie: his web site -- >> >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: join the party. 1-800-steph-12
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stephanie miller show." 22 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12. roberta in philly on the fox interview of the muslim author. hello, roberta. >> caller: hi, stephanie. how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: okay. i saw riza aslan on bill maher last friday night. i had been familiar with him before. he had seen him on rachel maddow and chris hayes. he was talking about his book. i thought gee, that sounds interesting. i would like to get that book. over the weekend, i saw on "the huffington post" this video of the fox news interview so i watched that. i was completely atonnished that the -- astonished that the entire interview was about his right to write the book. i couldn't get over it. that was the entire interview. >> stephanie: he said i can't believe we're not having -- you can have an argument about what i wrote. we're talking about my right to write it? >> caller: i knew he was an academic. i didn't know he was so
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credentialed. that didn't seem to stop her. >> he's got four degrees. >> stephanie: he said you can't buy this kind of publicity. nicely done, fox news. diane in l.a. hey, diane. >> caller: hi. i'm also calling about the interview. and what surprised me was that i found out that lauren greene, the person who did the interview, actually has a master's degree in journalism from northwestern university. >> stephanie: oh, dear. >> caller: what kind of caliber is that school putting out of journalists? >> stephanie: or do you have to dumb yourself down to work with fox news? >> there are people who have worked with her at other stations that have said yeah, she kind of had to dumb herself down to do this interview. that basically a producer handed her some questions and she did the interview without knowing what it was about. >> stephanie: double for you. >> she graduated cuma -- >> stephanie: kordell in
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tennessee. hello, kordell. >> caller: hi, stephanie and the gang. you know what? i'm a muslim. and i've read lots of books. and there are so many christians writing books about islam and that's what got me about the interview. there are lots of christians writing books about islam and have no idea about it. it kind of threw me off. >> stephanie: exactly. atlas has written many a book. >> and she knows nothing about it. >> stephanie: exactly. all right. by the way, our friend dean obeidallah brought up ted cruz. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] he's hilarious. ted cruz on tuesday argued that president obama and democrats, not republicans are the ones trying to shut down the federal government because of course, they insist on funding a healthcare law that was passed in 2010 and upheld by the supreme court. ted cruz, why is president obama threaten doing shut down the federal government? why is he hitting himself?
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>> stephanie: last week, senator mike lee, republican of utah called on republicans to basically shut down the government. instead of fund obamacare. under no circumstances ted cruz said will i support a continuing rolls that funds even one penny of obamacare. in order to win this fight, we need to get 41 republicans in the senate to make the same commitment. the next step will be that president obama and harry reid will scream and yell why are they threatening to shut down the government over obamacare. as it turns out. this just in. government shutdown will not shut down obamacare according to a new report. congressional research service. the nonpartisan -- should report stating the law would still be in effect even if lawmakers shut down the government. so it is a bad plan. really pretty much every way around. it pointed to the fact the federal government will be able to rely on other sources of funding other than the discretionary appropriations and northwesterly agencies are
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allowed to perform certain functions. the individual mandate would continue. oh, ted! [ applause ] >> also, there were some polls. >> stephanie: not only do you look like the food critic in ratatouille. >> an amoeba ate his brain. polls have been be taken -- >> stephanie: karl rove poll. >> yes! that say if there is a government shutdown, people will blame republicans. >> stephanie: it will be a p.r. disaster. like all republican ideas, a, it will not work and b, it will be a p.r. disaster for them. >> so go ahead with your grand plan, mr. cruz. >> mr. amoeba brain. >> 10,000 amoebas inside my brain. >> stephanie: tom coburn said the strategy is a good way for republicans to lose the house. i encourage it. yes! go! >> where are the jobs? >> stephanie: shut down the government. >> glug, glug, glug.
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>> stephanie: mike lee did not return our request for comment on the congressional report on how his idea will not work. except to give the house back to democrats. okay. that was karl rove's crossroads gps poll. found that shutting down the government is part of a gambit aimed at defunding the implementation of all -- it would be a p.r. disaster for the g.o.p. they have no joke reverted to suggesting it's skewed. karl rove's polls are skewed. >> because they don't like the poll. they're saying it's skewed. >> stephanie: 64% of voters in the karl rove poll think that shutting down the government over obamacare would be a bad idea. only 24% believe such a maneuver is justified. the bad news is -- you know, it does show some negative attitudes about obamacare. they've done their job on that much. but as always, they tend to overstep and then that would blow up in their face. [ explosion ] you gotta go all the way! >> all in. >> stephanie: yeah. if you love an idea, no idea to
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love it halfway. you have to go all the way as frank sinatra said. >> when did he say that? >> stephanie: it's no good unless you love an idea all the way. ♪ all the way >> stephanie: jesse in montana. hello, jesse. 30 seconds, go ahead. >> caller: i just want to say that i'm almost 75 years old. and i get up in the morning to see you and those two handsome, wonderful men. the best men in my house any morning. and that guy talking about chris and jim, that ain't no good. >> that's right. >> stephanie: she thinks you're handsome and romantic! 29 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show."
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they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you want. >> who plays kafka? >> who saw kafka? >> who ever saw kafka? >> (laughter). >> asking the tough questions. >> chris brown, i mean you wouldn't let one of your daughters go out with him. >> absolutely not. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me? >> absolutely! >> (singing) >> i take lipitor, thats it. >> are you improving your lips? >> (laughter). >> when she's talking, you never know where the conversation is going to go. >> it looks like anthony wiener is throwing his hat in the ring. >> his what in the ring? >> his hat. >> always outspoken, joy behar. >> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> believe me, everyone takes the easy way if we can. that's why we tell fart jokes. knock knock. >> who's there? [farting sounds] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: that's funny. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. toll free from anywhere. we like to do one story a day that makes you feel better no matter how bad your life is. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] your job, your marriage, whatever. at least the dog has not eaten your ball. >> what? >> paralyzed man wakes to find his dog bit off his testicle. >> oh! >> at least he was paralyzed so he didn't feel it. >> stephanie: arkansas man.
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paralyzed from the waist down told police he woke to a burning pain only to find his dog chewing on a ball. >> so he did feel it. >> stephanie: he sleeps in the raw. was fully nude when he discovered his dog had eaten one of his testicles. [ applause ] >> stephanie: get it. >> he played fetch with the ball. >> stephanie: drop it! spit it out! okay. >> look like a chew toy. >> but he sleeps in the nude. >> stephanie: so he was asking for it. >> kinda. >> stephanie: wow. okay. karl writes steph, i'm shocked that fox news hasn't picked up on this bit of news to deflect the attention from zimmerman. two kennedy siblings violated law. et this it by rescuing a leatherback turtle entangled. it should be done by trained professionals like when someone in florida decides to do the job of a policeman or an emt.
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[ applause ] >> stephanie: my buddy, my pal, bobby kennedy jr., did you hear this? story of two kennedy brothers rescuing an eng tailed weatherback turtle had a happy ending. it could easily have turned tragic and could only be attempted by experts. max and bobby kennedy rescued a 500 pound turtle off of nantucket sound during july 4th weekend. >> i'm sure mitch mcconnell is very grateful. >> stephanie: mitch mcconnell sent a fruit basket because it was his cousin. the turtle. okay. robert kennedy said when we spotted the sea turtle in trouble over the 4th of july weekend, do what we could do to help free the animal. the action was risky. these are large, powerful animals. by the way, he and max are certified wildlife rehabilitators. >> is there anything that the kennedys can't do? >> stephanie: no. >> really? they're certified wildlife what? >> stephanie: that will be on fox news all day. because they were trying to help. but they're kennedys.
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>> what aren't the kennedys certified in? >> stephanie: bobby asked me to go falconning once. >> he's a certified falconer. >> stephanie: people with that kind of money use verbs -- >> summer, falcon. >> stephanie: antique, winter. >> vacation. >> stephanie: by the way, speaking of the whole zimmerman thing, i love this. somebody put this up on daily coast. imagine your daughter starts walking home from the store. a man is following her. he starts chasing her. she knees him or pepper sprays him or trips him and she's shot dead. she's the aggressor and he's justified for shooting her in self-defense. thank you. [ applause ] would necessarily be different if it is a boy or girl teenager. by the way, jim -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] i don't know if this can be proved or not. but somebody be else saying the same thing. of course the zimmerman rescue was a fake. what's even more unbelievable is more people didn't doubt it
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immediately in the 24/7 cycle of most made up news stories not to mention the source was a zimmerman friend on the same sanford police department that tried to get him away without being arrested or tried for pursuing and murdering a child. initial report was that zimmerman was coincidentally driving by. right near where he shot trayvon martin. just weirdly for a p.r. angle. he leaped out of his vehicle, fire extinguisher in hand to rescue the family of four. pulling them to safety. that was followed by the claim that the family rescued him planned to thank george zimmerman in a press event but they canceled due to threats from trayvon martin supporters. it appears they may have canceled it because they did not want to be part of a fraud when the story was not precisely true. what i'm reading in this piece is what did occur, an accident occurred when a car slid to the median. people called 911 which went to the seminole county sheriff's
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office before responding to the 911 call, the seminole officer, patrick receiptor, a supporter of zimmerman contacted him by cell phone to go to the accident to appear to be a hero. they provided the social media screen capture about him taking pleasure when someone else gets credit for something they did not do. again, that nobody -- no follow-up. i don't know if there is any way to prove that. >> the police report shows that this guy was there. >> stephanie: right. that's all we do know. anyway. all right. >> come on. you have to be a little suspicious. >> stephanie: just a tiny bit. >> and the press conference is suddenly canceled. >> mark mark o'meara has to go on tv. >> he wasn't actually there but in spirit, he was helping those people, using his psychic energy
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he's so awesome. >> i had to tee that one up. >> stephanie: thank you for that. all right. >> the dentist. there's something wrong. >> stephanie: all right. the president on the economy yesterday. >> obama: i'm willing to work with republicans on reforming our corporate tax code as long as we use the money from transitioning to a tax system for a significant investment in creating middle class jobs. >> glug, glug, glug, glug. >> stephanie: they're all apparently involved in the keystone pipeline. i'm glad the president said the thing we said yesterday. >> obama: keep on talking about an oil pipeline coming down from canada that's estimated to create about 50 permanent jobs. that's not a jobs plan. >> it is a plan to -- for environmental catastrophe.
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>> stephanie: for those 50 people it is. >> alberta is swimming in the stuff now. >> stephanie: fresh from having his relative rescued off of nantucket sound by bobby kennedy. here's mitch mcconnell. >> just a further left version of a widely panned plan he proposed two years ago, this time with extra goodies for tax-and-spend liberals. >> what is he talking about? >> stephanie: talking points are very moldy. really are. >> tax and spend. slogan from 1968. >> stephanie: right. okay. mitch mcconnell. >> back when mitch mcconnell was middle-aged. >> small businesses. it represents an unmistakable signal that the president has backed away from his campaign promise to corporate america that tax reform would be revenue neutral to them. >> stephanie: by the way, what is middle age for a turtle because they live a long time.
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>> 100. >> stephanie: okay. by the way, my good friend, michael tomasky of the "daily beast" wrote a piece called it's your moment, obama, don't blow it. the president is at last sounding aggressive about progressive policies namely enough to save the country and the middle class. it is not rocket science writes tomasky. my favorite presidential sentence in quite some time, uttered by barack obama, "the new york times" interview that we talked about. he said i want to make sure all of us in washington are investing as much time and as much energy and as much debate on how we grow the economy and the middle class after we spent over the last three years over how we reduce the deficit. of course, that's not going to happen not with this congress but if obama keeps up with the aggressive progressive posture, he could refrain about austerity and inequality for the past 30 years. that's right. it is because republicans never shut up about -- they think -- these policies do not work. the austerity policies. they just keep saying it and
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think it will -- anyway. tomasky -- because we're now in the age of sequestration and severe cuts, there is no broad recognition -- there is broad recognition that austerity has hurt the economy. take it from ben bernanke who keeps begging congress to do something to help the economy. fiscal is restraining growth. grand bargain talk is dead. he's pushing not only an agenda but an alternative theory of economic growth. obama may not get any bills passed but he can spend the next three years hammering home key points that will help shift the debate in ways that will be beneficial to president hillary clinton should that come to pass and who knows, maybe win one or two of the upcoming fights with house republicans. he says the first point, you grow an economy not by investing in the top 1% but by creating as large a goods consuming middle class as you can possibly build. he was saying democrats should talk about this. talk about how inequality is bad for the economy, growth and capitalism. >> and getting rid of the post office is a hugely awful idea.
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>> stephanie: yes. >> tens of thousands of people are employed by the post office. >> stephanie: he finish finishes by saying despite the practice of trickle down, the conversation proceeds from a set of assumptions that favor conservatives. there were assumptions that conservatives engrained in the public starting back in the '80s that spending less is responsible course and the inequality isn't an issue. blah, blah, blah that we need to worry about. these two assumptions of policymaking. in obama can get americans to rethink the assumptions, they will have done plenty of economic good. senator pat toomey, republican of pennsylvania. >> sometimes it just seems that this administration never missing an opportunity to miss an opportunity to grow this economy. >> stephanie: same old, same old. eric cantor. >> intrusive government regulations continue to hurt job growth and make your paycheck smaller. >> because they're demanding food safety. who needs that? uh-oh, i just pooped myself
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because i had some lettuce. >> stephanie: waiter, there is a frog in my kale. eww! i couldn't look at that. >> a frog. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] bagged salad mix is being investigated as a source of stomach bug outbreak that's caused hundreds of cases of -- you know -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] rumbly tumbly. >> stephanie: sorry about the carpet. >> nationwide. >> stephanie: diarrhea. yeah. >> i don't ria that lasts for ten pounds. people are losing ten pounds. >> stephanie: awesome! i just had kale two nights ago. chin scratch. >> as she runs out the door to make it to the bathroom. >> you don't want it on the ceiling. >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> didn't you used to have a brown carpet? >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show". >> announcer: join the party. 1-800-steph-12.
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♪ can i get a woot, woot can i get a woot, woot ♪ >> no, you can't. >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." 50 minutes after the hour. >> it brings tears to my eyes. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. oh, wow. did you see this? bloomberg's ban on big soda is unconstitutional.
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new york city mayor michael bloomberg's controversial plan to keep large, sugary drinks out of restaurants rejected by a estate appeals court on tuesday which said he overstepped his authority in trying to impose the ban which we agreed with. >> it is pointless when you have unlimited refills. >> stephanie: even i -- that is a nanny -- decision upholding a low ruling in march. the city council president christine quinn, candidate for mayor, opposed the ban. other democratic candidates including anthony weiner did not respond to requests for comment. >> because he's too busy tweeting pictures of his -- >> stephanie: not surprising he would not want to comment about a big gulp. at this point, there's nowhere he can go. okay. speaking of which, could you take your organ out for me? >> right away, ms. miller. >> stephanie: paul writes, another instance of you being wrong. steph, why is it everyone
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including the gays don't know how to push back on the god-destroyed sodom. what's her name? jan from ohio. you know. >> jan. >> stephanie: our breathy caller. anyway, she cited -- yeah, sod om is why the gays -- there is one and only one person -- why he destroyed sodom. chris got that wrong. sex with angels? >> john says that every time he's here. >> stephanie: she -- paul cites ezekiel 16:49, now this was the sin of your sister sodom. she and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned. they did not help the poor and needy. >> john fuglesang says that -- >> stephanie: we'll check in because i think -- that's what i thought. about promiscuity. >> john fuglesang corrects you every single time about the rape of angels. >> stephanie: has has
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mentioned before -- he will be here in just a few minutes, we can talk to him about it that angels are like nine foot tall light emanating beings, why can't you levitate to avoid angel rape? one would think. >> being supernatural beings and all. >> stephanie: he does flapping his wings enough to be able to levitate to avoid an angel rape which is almost as funny as t-rex. okay. all right. oh you can keep your organ out. thanks. interesting, we mentioned this yesterday. first pope ever to say the word gay. >> and the actual word gay. >> stephanie: i think he was talking about the gay lobby. he said is everyone in here -- >> is everybody gay! >> that's what the pope sounds like? >> stephanie: well, he was a little overwrought when he took office. he poked his head into the gay lobby and said -- >> is everybody gay! >> to which they said -- >> computer says yes. >> stephanie: pretty much.
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anyway, but where is this in "daily beast," were the comments revolutionary, the same old doctrine with a softer tone. just when you thought pope francis didn't have any more surprises up his sleeve, there he goes again. he softened the church's stance on homosexuality and the priesthood while stopping short endorsing gay marriage, he said something the pope has never said before. if someone is gay and has good will, who am i to judge? by any previous standard or measure, judging exactly is what a pope is supposed to do. apparently not so with pope frank. >> oh, franky! >> one scholar says -- >> stephanie: this is all about tone, not teaching. it has been part of the church's catechism teaching. never the homosexuality itself but the conduct of gay priests. this pope's popularity is in the message but so far, he's not made any changes to doctrine or discipline. so yeah, interesting to see over time. i think it is revolutionary what
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he said even. >> something's going to happen. the other shoe's going to drop. >> stephanie: yeah, he also -- because he -- the clothes and slippers he had to wear. would you look at what the moments have done -- look what the homosexualities have done to me. with this outfit. really? okay. >> i think he should take my advice and show up wearing chuck taylors. >> love the gays then kill them. >> no. you're out of your mind. >> stephanie: can i have some russian music. you have heard? >> yes. >> stephanie: the boycotting of the -- russian vodka boy tot. just say stoli. >> or. [ speaking foreign language ] >> stephanie: russian vodka boy got in protest. this was dan savage's idea. lgbt activist have decided to hit the country where it hurts. two years ago, a number of
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regions banned the propaganda to homosexuality minors under the age of 18. last week, four dutch tourists were arrested for breaching the ban. gay pride participants were badly beaten during demonstrations in petersburg last month. russian police arrested the people. the call for the boycott of two premium russian vodka brands, stoli and russian standard came from prominent sex blogger dan savage who was awesome on bill maher and wore the pinkest shirt i've ever seen. six bars in chicago have announced they'll stop selling russian vodka. >> we're not going to sell russian vodka. >> the problem with a boycott is though that the american commerce system in which boycotts work is not like the russian commerce system. the owner of stoli vodka in russia is a harsh critic of putin. and has been a supporter of lgbt
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rights in russia. >> stephanie: they made a statement on that. >> so it is a lot more complicated than just the feel good knee-jerk reaction of russia's bad, let's boycott a russian product. if you're boycotting stoli, you might be hurting the lgbt cause in russia rather than helping it. so you just have to think about it a little bit. >> stephanie: what we do know here in california, you know, we have no ban on the large, sugary drinks. there is -- however you feel about vodka. you can get filner beer here. >> another long day in san diego city government. as a clerks you've worked hard for the taxpayers. now comes filner time. >> yeah, come here, baby. ♪ it's time to be groped. >> do you like older men? ♪ if you've got a skirt, he's got the beer ♪ ♪ filner beer >> filner brewing company,
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san diego, california. [ applause ] >> stephanie: uh-oh. lindsay lohan is out of rehab. she's got a lift. she's checked it twice. the majority of her so-called friends will be cut from her life. >> sounds like she's actually going to go for it this time. >> stephanie: i hope i'm not on the cut list. she was inspired by a therapy session about toxic friends. 80 people are on the cut list. >> what about toxic parents? >> there on the cut list. >> they probably are. >> stephanie: fingers crossed i'm still on the friend list. >> it sounds like it is taking this time. i hope so for her. >> stephanie: that's it for this hour. sorry. hump days with hal sparks. >> i'm sure hal will be happy to take over. >> stephanie: next on "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ theme ] >> stephanie: all right. i think we all know that journalism standards around here with jacki schechner are very high. correction, lindsay lohan is not out of rehab yet, jacki. >> thank goodness you clarified that. >> stephanie: she's free to leave today but staying an extra three or four days because she needs a transitional period. [ ♪ magic wand ] >> i thought we were going out this weekend. will she be out in time for that? >> stephanie: jacki and i both hoping we're not on the cut list. even her skeptics think she's serious this time. >> i think so. >> stephanie: jacki and i wish her well and we promise not to be a bad influence.
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[ ♪ magic wand ] >> i promised we would go for like brunch. >> stephanie: paddleboarding with hot brie. she can join us. >> there is an extra groupon for her, too. >> stephanie: there you go. >> is that how you design your weekends through groupon? >> sometimes. >> stephanie: all right. here she is, jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning. as the senate judiciary committee is now hearing more on the nsa and its surveillance activities, glen greenwald is publicizing details of the agency's program on the guardian web site. using slides and information obtained from edward snowden, greenwald explained that it lets analysts search through vast data pace of online data. it claims he could wiretap anyone if he had nothing more than an e-mail to work with. u.s. officials said this is just not true. greenwald explains in today's piece that while an analyst may
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need legal approval to spy on a u.s. citizen, the technical capabilities exist for him easily to do so without any official authorization. related news, nsa surveillance documents have now officially been declassified. director of national intelligence james clapper issue being a statement saying release of the information is in the public interest. the main document that you're looking at here is a 17-page fisa court order from april that demands all call detail records and meta data from a provider whose name has been redacted. we of course know that is verizon. the order requires the nsa to adhere to strict measures to protect citizens' privacy. republican lawmakers are pressing new fbi director james to brief congress on benghazi sometime in the next 30 days. according to cnn, eight house and senate republicans are sending director a letter today or tomorrow asking why we yet don't know more about who attacked our libyan consulate last september. the investigation so far has been unacceptable and that fbi efforts need to get more aggressive.
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>> watch the show. >> only on current tv. >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. six minutes after the hour. cat has been waiting, waiting, waiting. i love hal. he reminds me of my speed freak friend from my youth that you invited for the guaranteed ride home. love to all of you lucky dogs. >> stephy. >> stephanie: what's that heavy breathing i hear? why, could it be? ♪ the hump humpty dance >> hump days with hal sparks. >> yes, yes!
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>> stephanie: yes. it is all natural. >> good morning, slut bag! >> stephanie: thank you! [ ♪ magic wand ] >> good morning slut bag. >> stephanie: that's so romantic. the former weiner communications director went a little tirade against former weiner intern who wrote a piece for the daily news and thus twitter has exploded. [ explosion ] >> hashtag slut bag. which has to be a new rap. hashtag slut bag. right? >> well, yes. >> stephanie: hey, listen, she was communicating. that was a lot of communication. >> she's a former communications director so she doesn't have to hold back which is always the fun part. when they no longer have to actually deal with the rules, you know. yeah. i don't actually technically represent him anymore so i just kind of let loose a little bit? >> like us not being governed by
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the s.e.c. >> stephanie: because are you a helper. you are a liberal helper. sexy liberal. i think you could make a fortune maybe mentoring these men as to what chicks actually dig. because, for instance, this is -- lisa curtain was the -- she's the eighth bob filner accuser. okay. >> he then asked me if it could come off while i was in d.c. and if i would go out with him. i said i really didn't think so. and at that point, he pulled my hand closer to him and he reached over to kiss me. i turned my head at that moment and on the side of my face, i got a very wet, saliva-filled kiss including feeling his tongue on my cheek. >> lisa curtain carpet. >> like steve martin in "the jerk," learned to kiss from his dog. [ laughter ] in all honesty, at a certain
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point, he's going to get help for two weeks. you need more than two weeks of help if this is your idea of making a pass. even if someone was available. >> stephanie: after the filner headlock. >> headlock. >> stephanie: my newfoundland -- like a giant washcloth. it would snap your neck. >> your other dogs do that, too. >> stephanie: no. >> yes, they do. staff -- >> stephanie: max is a very handsome and romantic. delicate thing. very sweet. >> tmi. slut bag. >> tmi. >> s luces -- slut bag. >> don't want to here of hear that. >> stephanie: the weiner will not pull out. we have anthony weiner yesterday. >> i know that there are
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newspaper editors and other politicians that say boy, i wish that guy weiner would quit. quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> texting pictures of your sha lonts is not the way you roll either. >> here's the rule because my girlfriend and i were talking about this last night. a woman she knew just got an unsolicited, open-handed video of himself. >> stephanie: so it was moving. >> yeah. >> stephanie: put in bionic sound effects to spice it up a bit? >> that would be art. this was not art. this was simply like hey, i'm right in the middle of handling this myself. you want to intervene? >> computer says no. >> here's the thing.
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i'm not the kind of person who sends junk pictures anyways, even in long-term relationships where i'm completely comfortable. >> stephanie: you're like do any screen capture. >> absolutely. it is all out there anyways. guys, do not send an unsolicited picture of your junk to someone who hasn't already been involved with it in person. secondly, don't send one that's asked for either because that's just for court. >> stephanie: did you see the latest? it seems clear from the way he answered the question that he is still sexting. are you -- he's like i don't -- not presently. we can quibble over beginnings and ends. >> hashtag slut bag. >> stephanie: the reporter said is there another woman's
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shoe to drop? >> well, define shoe. >> stephanie: he said i can't say. >> well, i agree with him in that regard because a, any of the ones he was -- that he had cut off contact with could come up now and it could seem like it was renewing the entire thing even though -- i get that. so that's technically a factual statement. >> stephanie: yes but there seems like a lot of slippery, well-lubricated loopholes. >> what did you call them? >> i will stand for women being called slut bags but not loopholes. that's horrible. because that not only affects women but taxpayers, as well. i'm horrified. >> stephanie: it seemed that -- you know. he left an opening so to speak. really nowhere you can go in this whole story. hey, more importantly, as i said, sexy liberal hal sparks could offer tutorial on what chicks dig. he's very into his sexy liberal
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self. michael writes stephanie, when will you be revealing the date for the last sexy liberal show of the year. last year, i enjoyed the show in seattle. i've been a loyal listener. always listen to the show every day. michael, you just wait there. because i talked to sexy liberal tour director roland. he said pretty soon, we're going to know. >> hal: oh, yeah? >> stephanie: we're both on a need-to-know basis. we're all going to know soon. [ applause ] >> i don't know. very exciting. >> stephanie: he's in abolish klum. >> roland is? >> he's in british columbia. not speaking of british columbia. britains keep getting body parts stuck in things. london firefighters say they have freed hundreds of people
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with body parts trapped in household objects in the last three years. including -- do we want to know why? >> stephanie: including 18 children with heads stuck in potties or toilet seats and 79 people trapped in handcuffs. >> handcuffs, sure. >> because somebody comes home quickly, the key drops down behind the bed, you have to pull the whole bed out to get the key. >> someone forgot the safe word. >> exactly. >> stephanie: you guys are just speaking -- >> you got a ball gag in your mouth. my safe word ironically enough is -- [mumbling] i don't find it is helpful. >> stephanie: he's speaking as a journalist. not from personal experience. >> no. i read about it somewhere. online. >> stephanie: my new safe word is sidney leathers. >> sidney leathers? >> stephanie: weiner's texting buddy. >> oh, yes, right.
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carlos danger's sidekick. they fight crime and fall in love. >> stephanie: used to be mizrahi. >> carlos danger. >> stephanie: london fire brigade speculated the popularity of "50 shades of gray" may account for it. >> don't swallow the key. >> stephanie: since 2010, london firefighters have treated 500 people are rings stuck on their fingers, nine with rings stuck on his penis and nine with a penis stuck in the toaster. >> why? >> oh, my god. >> was it plugged in? >> stephanie: why! >> all the knives were in the dishwasher. >> it is not metal. >> never stick anything metal in the toaster. well, this is the least metal thing attached to me. >> stephanie: i've got an idea. >> i can unplug the toaster. >> stephanie: nicely done, macgyver. >> i'm going to need chewing
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gum, some reynolds wrap and my penis. >> radioactive isotopes. >> stephanie: they helped five people with their hands stuck in shredders. perhaps not some of the brightest people in the world. >> i think i'm going to stick my hand in while it's still running. >> isn't it almost impossible to stick -- >> yeah. >> stephanie: london fire brigade advised people to exercise common sense and to keep the keys nearby when using handcuffs. >> from the masochistic corporation. >> stephanie: do not make your safe word -- [mumbling] >> one good point. hanging the extra key -- handcuffs always come with two keys. hang one right next to the bedpost. >> stephanie: i think you should make the safe word prince. >> or james mason. >> james mason. >> i'm sorry.
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james mason, james mason! >> stephanie: or william f. buckley politely asking to stop. >> stephanie: i would prefer if you would cease. >> if i say it three times, keep going. >> it would be preferable if you were to cease immediately. >> stephanie: that's too long. 17 minutes after the hour. >> hey! >> that's why you stick it in the toaster. >> why? >> that's breakfast. >> stephanie: mmm, mmm, mmm. >> it's not just for breakfast anymore. >> stephanie: that is crispy. okay. >> jam, anyone? >> stephanie: toasted penis again? 17 minutes after the hour. >> better than marmalade. >> stephanie: maybe we shouldn't come back. hump days with hal continues on "the stephanie miller show." >> it is a happening spot.
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♪ voulez vous couchez avec moi ce soir ♪ ♪ voulez vous couchez avec moi ce soir ♪ ♪ voulez vous couchez avec moi ce soir ♪ >> stephanie: oh, boy. all right. 22 minutes after the hour. anthony weiner, what have you done to us? 22 minutes. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] >> giving us christine quinn. which isn't a bad thing at all. >> stephanie: a man got a nasty surprise when he found his testicles had become stuck between two slats of wood in the
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deck chair. >> caught between two slats. >> stephanie: oh in croatia. >> former yugoslavia. >> stephanie: his testicle had shrunk in the cool sea. >> that was significant shrinkage. when he sat down, they slipped through the slats then as he laid in the sun, expanded back to normal size. he was freed after he called beach maintenance services on his mobile phone and they sent a member of the staff to cut the deck chair. >> no power saw! >> we can cut test values up or you can walk around with chair attached telling funny story for about six weeks until it falls off naturally like a leech. we have this all the time. here in croatia. >> stephanie: 911 calls i would do anything to hear. you have your what now stuck in where? >> he called beach maintenance services. they comb the beach with rakes
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to make sure -- >> no broken glass. >> looks we are sick of picking up bottles from you jerks. spend all time partying then get your testicles caught in the chairs again! one more time. i swear to god i'm going to swim out there with a rubber band. >> stephanie: a reality show with balls stuck in chair. [ ♪ circus ] >> with balls stuck in chairs. real balls stuck in chairs of new jersey. >> stephanie: probably took awhile because he had to get every guy who worked in -- come here. gout ta hear -- you gotta hear this. >> no more slats. >> we need the nylon chairs like they have in u.s. nothing gets stuck. it snaps but it's your own problem at that point. >> stephanie: dana in maryland. >> caller: good morning, you guys. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: how are you? >> spectacular.
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>> caller: we were talking the other day. i don't know why i get nervous callel your radio show but we were talking about what's going on in russia. i was saying how it felt like a personal hit because of my background. and i really meant to say more that is more of a human rights violation. >> hal: well, no question. >> starting to get a little more traction now, as you can see. and so my thoughts are, you know, do we ban the olympics? do we not watch? do we cancel trips? >> stephanie: that's punishing the athletes. just because well-known southern belle lindsey graham -- >> they're talking about lgbt. >> stephanie: lindsey graham said we need to boycott the olympics. >> people like johnny are saying no. don't boycott the olympics because that hurts the athletes. >> stephanie: that have been training for years. what the hell did lindsey want to do it over? >> snowden. >> the games aren't going to
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stop. they just won't happen in russia again. i think that's -- ultimately by boycotting it, you're not going to take away from the -- the games are going to continue. >> but if i were an athlete, i would think twice about going over there to compete if i were lgbt. >> hal: absolutely. again, it is one of those things where you may be protected -- and they've extended that to people but that doesn't make you feel better if you're going there and -- but how many -- i don't know. i'm not a fan. i certainly think -- >> stephanie: if they would lift the entire gym like you do. >> that is summer olympics. >> stephanie: there you go. might be be something people could compete in. well, we've been talking about the weiner scandal. [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] how one does say you're sorry to your wife for certain things. would you like to know how michael do you douglas made nico katherine zeta zeta-jones. >> i got throat cancer from countryel -- from kuhn lingus.
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>> can't make the wife feel good. >> oh no, she's saying that she has it or i got it from other women. >> it can happen long -- >> yes, it can. >> stephanie: a friend of mrs. douglas reported catherine was furious and mortified when the news broke her husband had said his throat cancer was launched because of hpv. he tried to back backpedal but e whole world was speculating on whether catherine had the virus. nothing michael could do was stop the whispers. he went to harry winston and bought her a stunning necklace for $40,000. [ applause ] >> nothing says i'm sorry like a large, bumpy object that everyone will stare at.
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[ laughter ] >> stephanie: if you can't afford that, might i suggest the bouquet at proflowers. the yikes, i'm sorry bouquet. and this is a weird thing. johnny depp had to apologize to his girlfriend because he's been on the road so much and guess what he got her? a $40,000 piece of jewelry. apparently that's the only way so say you're sorry. >> when you're in the doghouse. >> a diamond and platinum encrusted trinket. that's how much it costs, hal. anthony weiner better -- cough up. all i'm sayin'. >> sure beats emotional connection. i'm kind of an old school guy in that regard. >> stephanie: explore the root cause of what's wrong. >> you kind of give -- >> stephanie: so much easier. here is something shiny. [ ♪ hypnotic ] >> personality in connection.
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attention. anyways. >> stephanie: so new agee. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] >> i know. >> stephanie: psychological problems that might be causing the lack of connection? >> builds new lines of communication and fix the ones that were broken. >> stephanie: go to tiffany's. move along. >> take me to shiny bubble land. [ ♪ hypnotic ] >> is that what they call harry winston? >> he went to jared's. >> stephanie: anthony weiner did it so he can keep sexting. 29 minutes after the hour. more hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show."
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john fugelsang: if you believe in states rights but still support the drug war you must be high. cenk uygur: i think the number one thing viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. i think the audience gets that i actually mean it. michael shure: this show is about being up to date so a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. joy behar: you can say anything here. jerry springer: i spent a couple of hours with a hooker joy behar: your mistake was writing a check jerry springer: she never cashed it (vo) the day's events. four very unique points of view. tonight starting at 6 eastern. next on current tv. vanguard: the documentary series that raised the bar for excellence. >> we dive deep into the topics that we cover. >> and on the next vanguard: >>two people in the car were just mutilated. >> ruthless drug cartels have made murder part of daily life in mexico. >> that's her son. >> but with corruption in every leval of govenment, who will stop the violence? >> you must have a lot of enemies. >> a lot of enemies, yes. only on current tv.
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♪ >> how old do you think i am? >> i don't know. 29? >> wow. you are good at guessing ages. i am exactly 29. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." 34 minutes after the hour. hump days with hal sparks. >> hi, there. >> stephanie: 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. you referenced real housewives. the prostitution whore, not a slut bag. housewives of new jersey stars
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have been freed on a $500,000 bond. after making initial court appearances, teresa -- >> they say it both ways. >> stephanie: and her husband -- giuseppe -- >> juicy joe is what they call him. >> stephanie: surrendered their passports. >> don't judge. i watch the show. >> i'm not judging them at all. i'm judge ug for watching the show. >> i'm waiting for real housewives of kazakhstan. >> i watch fox news for nine hours a day. i'm allowed a little mind candy. >> stuff that's less factually based, concocted? less based on looks than not substance? are you kidding me? >> stephanie: he's waiting for a wheel slut bag. >> fox is the real housewives of news. even when we're talking about the men. >> stephanie: did you see the interview with the muslim scholar? >> genius! >> stephanie: it is awesome. >> which drove his book to number one by the way which is
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pretty terrific. and now brian kilmeade is afraid of big foot. apparently he's worried. >> is he really? >> yeah, apparently. that makes sense because he's -- the guy from anchorman is based on brian kilmeade. i think almost anyone can make that deductive reasoning judgment. >> stephanie: as filner would say, stay classy, san diego. all right. this is -- meg ryan's daughter, 8 years old, she was -- her 8-year-old daughter, daisy, they were having dinner at the deli where the famous orgasm scene was filmed in "when harry met sally" and they did not sit at that table. there was a sign at the table that says where harry met sally, hope you had what she had. as meg ordered, daisy peered at photos of celebrities on the walls and spotted the iconic picture of mommy and she said what are you doing in the photo.
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meg went bright pink and their waitress giggled as she said i'll tell you about it a few years from now. >> oh, god! >> i ordered the wrong thing. >> oh, god. >> stephanie: the french fries were soggy. >> oh! oh! >> stephanie: here is a fun fact. >> can we wait until she finishes, please? >> stephanie: sorry. >> oh, god. >> stephanie: now we have to start over. >> i'm okay with that. >> oh, god. yeah, right there. oh! oh! oh, god! oh, yes, yes, yes, yes! >> sorry. >> stephanie: you okay? >> yeah. >> stephanie: once a week, somebody drops in to the deli to reenact to ear cheers or jeers meg ryan's performance. >> you would expect it when you go there.
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>> i'm for it. you know what i mean. it beats going to the soup nazi and no soup for you. >> no orgasm for you. >> stephanie: hal, we've been talking about the pope being the first pope to say the word gay. >> literally. >> stephanie: to say who am i to judge. >> in an interview as opposed to amongst colleagues dealing with the fact. >> hey, are you gay? >> i just need to know. i'm picking teams for soccer later. you know, yeah, what is it? dolan came out. he's not changing policy on gays. bite my ass. >> stephanie: not in a gay way. >> that's what makes it exciting. >> i can't stand that. >> you don't understand, chris. if we let everyone be gay, where is the excitement for dolan when he's sneak around and pretending not to be gay? >> stephanie: it has to be hot. >> i'm in the process of alleging. you don't have to say allegedly.
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it is my opinion. >> stephanie: he's in mid allege. >> most of the people who are so adamantly so -- i hate gay people because i don't like myself kind of moment, yeah. i think he falls in that category fairly easily. >> stephanie: okay. >> larry craig was saying the other day -- >> what do you think of that? >> using an alternate name in a chat room, talking to dolan, that allegedly, that -- making this up as i go along. >> chase in the chat room says it is still the politics. it is still the politics. >> hold on. just hold on! >> stephanie: okay. speaking of religion. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] leah remini has left scientology. >> she won't shut up about leaving scientology. >> stephanie: they're probably -- she's being incredibly glib, jim. >> stephanie: she made headlines earlier this month for leaving the religion after
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reportedly facing years of interrogations and thought modification for questioning leader david. recently gave talked to "people" magazine. i believe people should be able to question things and people should value family and friendships and hold those things sacrosanct. no one is going to tell me who i can and cannot talk to. >> it is official. scientology is a real religion because people are leaving because they want to be critical thinkers. that's true of every religion. >> stephanie: nicely done. congratulations. [ applause ] look at you. >> mark of a real religion when people start looking at the book twice and go wait a minute! >> this is a lot of crap. >> good for you, scientology. congratulations! you're an all grown up religion. yeah! right up there with -- >> stephanie: we can take the training wheels off. >> now you have to start having -- is it religious leaders that disagree with the central doctrine?
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>> stephanie: we welcome scientology from the kid's table. >> protestant reaffirmation then one of your leaders has to break off and want to have eight wives that he beheads then you can form your church in the basement of some irish pub. their own version of stuff. your scientologist for jesus breaks off. >> stephanie: one thing we can all agree on. as robin thicke says the blurred lines song is a feminist movement. not anti-women, it is a feminist movement within itself. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> right! ♪ >> my favorite michael jackson notes. oh! ♪ hey, hey, hey >> stephanie: it is super feminist because it defends every woman's independence. that man is not your maker is right in there, robin thicke
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says. you're right to have sex with robin thicke, he said so himself on "the today show." savannah guthrie said do you get what people are saying? he says yeah, but i think that's what great art does. >> what? >> it is a catchy song. >> stephanie: you listen to the lyrics and it says that man is not your maker. it is a feminist movement within itself. susan b. anthony, jermaine greer, robin thicke, we thank these great warriors for all of their hard work. >> yeah. >> stephanie: it is catchy. i can't help it. i love it. because you know i want it. i'm a good girl but i want it. >> whatever happened to the old-fashioned come and get it songs as opposed to you're going to get it whether you want it or not. >> like the pointer sisters? >> baby come and get it. >> exactly what the pointer sisters sound like in my head. that's of what they sound like now. ♪ baby come and get it
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♪ baby come and get it >> stephanie: the subtlety of prince lyrics. that one. faces slam and your bodies jam. >> i knew a girl named nikki. i guess you can say she was a sex fiend. >> he leaves him at the end leaving a note and using him for sex just like the chick in little red corvette who i think is the same person. >> you mean it is not about a car. >> stephanie: i want to hear more about -- >> what? >> yeah. >> wonders if he had enough class in that song. >> for a woman who has used trojans in her purse. >> stephanie: okay. back to lisa and wendy. is the water warm enough? lisa and wendy. >> stephanie: they sound like
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lesbians that listen to too much funk music in my opinion. whatever. tell a couple of jokes. >> lisa's periods -- every 28 days she starts acting nice. >> purple rain. [ ♪ circus ] >> stephanie: are you pro toquing or anti? hal sparks? [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] >> i believe in right to twerk states. >> steph moved -- >> i'm not a pro at twerking. i'm definitely pro-am. you know what i mean? >> shall not be infringed. >> stephanie: miley cyrus, her transformation is garnering plenty of debate. it is not that deep. she just grew up, y'all. and she lives in a right to twerk state. that was a good one.
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i'm stealing that. [ ♪ circus ] >> yeah. twitter is a right to twerk state. as youtube. >> stephanie: i'm going to massage my knees. i'm doing it. 45 minutes after the hour. >> make the butter. >> stephanie: right back with the remaining moments of hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show." >> that is great radio. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." garnering the industry's highest honors for getting real and going deep. >> we go in and spend a considerable amount of time getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. >> people who want to live a racist life freely move here because they feel like they can. >> the impact of phillip morris in indonesia is devastating.
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i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. next on current tv. vanguard: the documentary series that raised the bar for excellence. >> we dive deep into the topics that we cover. >> and on the next vanguard: >>two people in the car were just mutilated. >> ruthless drug cartels have
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made murder part of daily life in mexico. >> that's her son. >> but with corruption in every leval of govenment, who will stop the violence? >> you must have a lot of enemies. >> a lot of enemies, yes. only on current tv. ♪ you run over there without a second to lose ♪ ♪ and what comes next, bust a
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move ♪ you want it, you got it. ♪ you want it, baby, you got it ♪ >> go ahead make your gifts now. >> stephanie: what are you getting me for my birthday. >> louis vuitton slut bag with matching slut clutch. >> stephanie: thank you. [ bleep ] thanks you. t word. is a minutes after the hour. remaining moments of hump days with hal sparks. all right. you had some thoughts on the bradley manning conviction. >> hal: yeah, i really feel like had he just released select -- the video of the civilians being shot and that's if he would have been protected under whistle-blower laws and actually had a better chance of dodging -- >> stephanie: that's what i was saying to jim. you can't let him go. >> hal: 700,000 documents. i'm curious to see how this
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plays out is that he gave all of these documents to wikileaks. wikileaks accidentally dumped all of it. at one point. they released it unredacted at one point on a server. it is all gone now. all of that stuff is available. and you know, there's been argument that both other crimes which should be -- i think, investigated have been revealed but also people who were helping deal with the taliban and providing intel are dead now. because of that. so the mix of it. that's why there's got to be a process. the problem with manning and even with snowden was that while going after these one elements where they should draw more attention to it and the public should know about these things, they seem to also include this kind of random dumping of stuff -- as if the pentagon papers came out but we're also going to bring true positions for -- >> stephanie: we're also going to bring geraldo to draw the true positions of vietnam.
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>> hal: that's the concern about it. that's why a our chain of command for whistle-blowers needs to be stronger. the patriot act needs to be repeal and direct laws have to be put on the books that deal with each of the segments so they can be more guarded. the patriot act is a big lump sum of laws. >> stephanie: i agree. >> hal: each one of the laws deserves individual scrutiny within it. >> stephanie: hal sparks, noted leo logian and -- theologian and angel rape expert. >> hal: i haven't done it myself. i've read about people who have done it in the bible. >> stephanie: this is -- paul wrote us, one verse in the bible where god tells why he destroyed sodom. has nothing to do with gays or sex. chris got that wrong. >> i was only quoting john fuglesang. >> stephanie: he quotes ezekiel, now this was the sin of your sister, sod om. she and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned. they did not help the poor and needy. >> sure.
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that liberal god of the old testament. interestingly enough, basically, the idea was that he had it. there was some last straws in there. the angel rape was one of them. >> stephanie: chris in yankton chiming in here. guys, regarding the -- i know john fuglesang sometimes says the story was about the rape of angels but i'm pretty sure he does for comedic and shock value. the story is about the city's violations of the rules of hospitality. two ain jells came to the house and the crowd hammered on the door demanding he throw them out so he could know them, ie, rape them. showing the citizens grotesquely violating the law while he defends his guests albeit by offering his daughters to rape instead which was lovely. >> hal: which god supports. gives them the chance to leave before he destroys the place. the same daughters he was going to chuck out to be raped later
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get him drunk and have sex with him and he fathers children with his own daughters. but that's -- >> so the old testament took place in kentucky apparently. >> kentucky ain't got nothing on the old testament, believe me. all though if you look at rand paul's hair -- >> stephanie: as i mentioned in sexy liberal, well, it is sort of an instructional video for how to avoid angel rape. >> hal: the process of raping an angel should be a difficult one. it is a nine foot tall light-emanating being with wings so at some point, a, i don't know how you get it sexually excited. that's like getting aroused by a spotlight. a light bulb. what are you, a moth? hey, what's up! and secondly, if you're an angel, i don't know. fly. just get out.
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you can actually move in and out of physical reality and time. you don't actually -- you're not affixed to the rules of human existence. >> stephanie: you're samantha in bewitched. >> gone. >> stephanie: you know you want it. >> hal: the element of jeopardy sometimes gets lost. especially when you're dealing -- when jesus took physical form, the argument would be that he -- you know, he was actually in jeopardy physically and experienced pain during his time as a human man. that was the whole purpose but the angels themselves, when they walked around were like super beings, you know. >> stephanie: speaking of -- >> and they wanted to have sex with your daughters, apparently. >> stephanie: speak of sacred texts, by that, i mean anthony weiner texts. [ ding ding ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: transcript of the press conference. this is why michael tomasky draws the implication anthony
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weiner is probably sexting right now. "new york daily news" column -- >> hal: i am right now. >> stephanie: question, is there yet another woman's shoe about to drop in this campaign? weiner, i have no idea. [ buzzer ] >> panties, yes. >> that was not a denial. >> stephanie: these are people who i thought were friends. people i trusted. when i communicated with them. but who knows what they might do now. but none of it is new. it is all old stuff so i'll be in this race for the next 44 days and i think i can win. >> computer says no. >> stephanie: question, there is no one you're sexting now? are you sexting right now while we're talking? >> yes. >> stephanie: answer? >> you can quibble about beginnings, middles and ends but what we're talking about is over a year ago. >> just say no. that was a yes or no question. >> stephanie: tomasky says i've been around this a lot. if the answer is no, just say no. >> hal: the behavior has
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stopped. do i think somebody might come out and put out more embarrassing stuff, i behaved in an embarrassing way. >> he thought it would stop before. >> that's true. >> we can't trust him now. >> depends on your definition of is. >> again, there is a difference. i think was it fallin -- might have been conan but the joke was they're comparing the clinton scandal to that and fallon is saying clinton was mad because he had the nerve to cheat in public or in person. whereas there is something weird about doing all of your cheating at this kind of odd mechanical arm's length which is more to judgment than actual sexuality. because we can't have -- here's the thing. we can't have an adult conversation about sexuality in this culture. we can't do it. you can do it in a parking lot after you've been at a bar all
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night. everybody joking around. you start getting real. you can do it in a conversation among friends like around the couch when it starts to get real but in politics, there's no way that a couple could come out and go we have an open relationship actually and it doesn't bother me. the only thing we don't do is we can't talk about it in public. >> stephanie: that's what somebody said the speculation was gary hart and his wife had an open relationship. but they couldn't say that. >> hal: if they had an open relationship and an understanding and they were a '70s couple. >> yes, they were. >> stephanie: hello. ice storm. >> that's what i'm saying. it is like single people getting elected. you know what i mean. super hard to do. >> stephanie: >> hal sparks on twitter. >> stephanie: get it. go. i love you slut bag. >> thank you, slut clutch. >> stephanie: see you tomorrow on "the stephanie miller show."
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(laura) in mexico, drug-related violence is at an all time high. in 2006, around 6,000 people were murdered. that's more than the number of people killed in afghanistan in the same year. >>the whole country is immersed in a fight between members of organized crime.


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