The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 264 – September 8, 2013
On episode 264 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined at the round table by Francie (@Francie57 on Twitter), Paddy (@PaddyK on Twitter) from “The Political Carnival” Blog and Justice Putnam (@justiceputnam on Twitter) from NetrootsRadio.com and http://www.dailykos.com/user/justiceputnam.
On the show this week we start out with introductions and the “All A Tweetie” segment, then we begin the political discussion about Secretary of State John Kerry’s appearance on all five Sunday Talkers about the situation in Syria and the President’s decision to seek authorization from Congress before taking military action. Then we discuss our thoughts about Congressman Alan Grayson’s position on Syria as he spars with Alex Witt on MSNBC as well as a clip of a Syrian woman speaking with Sen. John McCain at a town hall meeting in Arizona. And after another hilarious commercial from our great friends over at BubbleGenius.com, we discuss a CNN clip where Ted Cruz bashes the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with a lot of falsehoods and misinformation. And then we move on to the topic of religious leaders who advocate or inject politics from their pulpit including a clip from Matthew Hagee falsely claiming that the 1st amendment separation of church and state was put in place solely to keep the government out of religion and then Pat Roberson shares his thoughts with us on pornography. And we close out the show discussing an incredible clip of a question and answer forum where Australia’s Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, explains to a pastor why he changed his position to support Marriage Equality.
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Music on the show:
Kara Square – Lucky