Episode 265 – Right Wing Reaction

The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 265 – September 15, 2013

Peace Sign with the word

On episode 265 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined at the round table by Joe (@Marnus3 on Twitter), Sarah (S_Cosgrove on Twitter) and Dee (@DAbitty on Twitter) from the “My Little Bits” blog and she’s also a producer and writer for the Public Access TV Show “View Point with Kris Pierce” at http://www.ne-viewpoint.org.

On the show this week we start out with introductions and the “All A Tweetie” segment, then we begin the political discussion with Joe giving us a Clown Car report about Michele Bachmann, Steve King and Louie Gohmert in Egypt featuring another fabulous song by our great friend Rocky Mountain Mike (@RockyMntnMike on Twitter).  Then we discuss the news about chemical weapons and Syria last week including a clip from Hillary Clinton.  And after another hilarious commercial from our great friends over at BubbleGenius.com, we discuss the President’s speech on Syria and the right wing reaction trying to link the situation back to Benghazi.  And then we move on to a discussion about crazy right wing radio hosts spreading misinformation about gays and women, Pat Robertson’s revival spectacular in Las Vegas and Vince Gill calling out Westboro Baptist Church protesters on the street. And we close out the show with a hilarious rant from Sarah about Ann Coulter.

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Music on the show:
Kara Square – Too Depressed for the Ukulele (Featuring Friends)




  1. Another awesome show! Thank you for playin’ “Too Depressed for the Ukulele (Featuring Friends)!” Mighty kind of you.

    I love hearing you laugh, Tim. The discussion on Syria was great. I’m definitely a pacifist, but now better understand why military action should at least be considered. Sarah had me cracking up at points. Everyone was great!

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