Episode

3/4 Cliff Schecter: the GOP Goes Full GOP & Judy Gold Hates Trump

March 4, 2016

Cliff Schecter explains just how demented the Republicans are. The Seder/Schecter theory of Republican politics. How each Republican can be made to pay for not allowing a SCOTUS nomination and nominating Trump. The temperament to be President. Mitt Romney positions himself for a run. Why Jim Webb might back Donald Trump. Will the Kochs back Gary Johnson. (14:15)

Judy Gold hates Donald Trump. Mitt Romney is the school principle trying to get control of the school. Judy Gold also really really hates Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz did something really disgusting at the GOP debate. Will Republicans ever get over the anti Gay bigotry?Meditation may not be working for Judy and Chris Christie is the worst. (52:00)

On The Fun Half: Donald Trump lets everyone know he has a big penis. Chris Christie was not kidnapped. Donald Trump owns Bill O’Reilly. Donald Trump turns  it up on the clown fascism. Why not reckoning with torture and drones set the stage for Trump. Labor leadership and corporate boards.

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