The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 222 – August 26, 2012
On the show this weekend, we start out with introductions and the “All A Tweetie” segment. And then we kick off the 2012 Election Update segment starting with GOP Senate Nominee Todd Akin’s “Legitimate Rape” statement and how it dominated the press all of last week. And then we move on to Paul Ryan’s statement about his foreign policy credentials being that he voted to send people to war and his hypocrisy from a 2002 video touting why stimulus funding were needed for the economy and jobs, but now he’s flip flopped on the issue. Then we discuss President Obama calling out Mitt Romney in a press conference about his campaign of running on lies. And after a hilarious message from our great friends over at BubbleGenius.com, we discuss President Obama’s comments on the Todd Akin “Legitimate Rape” scandal as well as telling the audience at a campaign rally not to boo when he mentioning the GOP, but to vote. Then we discuss how bad things must have gotten for Mitt Romney that he stoked the debunked birther issue with a “joke” at a campaign rally as well as the Obama campaign video featuring Republican women who are fed up with the GOP war on women and are voting for Obama. Then we close out the show with the Dave’s Legal Corner segment featuring Justice Scalia on Fox News suggesting that hand held rocket launchers might be protected under the Second Amendment and Dave’s take on that considering Justice Scalia’s opinions on past rulings.
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Music on the show:
President Obama: “We’ve Come Too Far to Turn Back Now.”