Episode

2/12 Cliff Schecter: Democrats Have Two Great Choices & the Resentments of Marc Maron

February 12, 2016

Cliff Schecter reflects on how disheartening the 2008 Democratic Primary. Sam and Cliff gloat about the failure of Chris Christie. Chris Christie a failure of media vetting. Why Christie is the worst. Why John Kasich is a radical right and anti women candidate. Why the Republicans Party is all about resentment. Marco Rubio implodes and Sam and Michael called it. Who won the Hillary Bernie debate? How Clinton can sharpen her message.

Marc Maron joins us possibly from his bathroom. Maron describes the new phones set up in his house in anticipation of Obama’s visit. Was 2015 the best year of Marc Maron’s life? Maron reflects on the experience of getting somewhere. Will Sam and Marc ever work together again? Tension with Joe Rogan? Maron’s resentments and how Marc relates to Bernie Sanders.

Hillary Clinton’s confused foreign policy stance and your IMs.

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