The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 205 – April 15, 2012
On episode 205 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined at the round table by Joseph (@Marnus3 on Twitter), Don (@OTooleFan on Twitter) and Helen (@LiberalChik on Twitter) who co-write the Tomfoolery with OTooleFan Blog.
On the show this weekend, we start out with introductions and the “All A Tweetie” segment. Then Joe Baur of the Mildly Relevant News Video Blog shares the latest news on the war on women. And then we move on to the GOP Clown Car update where we discuss Rick Santorum’s statement about the University of California not teaching American history courses right before he drops out of the race. And then we discuss the Obama campaign calling out Mitt Romney on his less than factual statements about the President and Joe Scarborough saying that “nobody thinks Romney is going to win.” Then after a word from our good friends over at BubbleGenius.com, we then move into a discussion about pundits and politicians going on TV and continuing the 2008 strategy that the President is a socialist and denying the GOP war on women. And then we discuss Allen West’s statement at a campaign rally where he accused the Congressional Progressive Caucus of being members of the communist party. And we close out the show with a hilarious sequence of clips with Pat Robertson warning people about demonic possession.
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