Episode

6/13 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter

June 13, 2014

Cliff Schecter explains the shocking defeat of Eric Cantor, how David Brat has fused the religions of Christianity and Libertarianism, why Eric Cantor is such an A Hole, why Republicans will be in greater disarray, Elizabeth Warren to campaign for Alison Lundergan Grimes, Cliff’s pick in the Kentucky Senate race, the time George H.W. Bush resigned his position at the NRA, Iraq comes apart, the frauds and criminals that brought us the Iraq invasion, does it all go back to Iran Contra? Remember what Thomas Friedman and other wrote about the Iraq invasion, John McCain getting every single thing about Iraq wrong and why Iraq was patient zero for the crisis the the Republicans unleashed on America.

On The Fun Half: Scott Esk a A conservative Christian Tea Party Republican candidate running for the Oklahoma House says that it would be fine to stone Gay people, conservative talks role in beating Eric Cantor, debating UN intervention in Libya, the right’s delusions about foreign policy and your calls and IMs.

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