Episode 207 – The Clown Car Drives to #Nerdprom

The Tim Corrimal Show

Episode 207 – April 29, 2012

On episode 207 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined at the round table by Joseph (@Marnus3 on Twitter), Nancy (@nanmac3109 on Twitter) and Allie (@watergatesummer on Twitter) from the “Watergate Summer” Blog, host of The 99 Report Radio Show, as well as the author of the book, “Silent Fallout” which is currently available at Amazon.com.

On the show this weekend, we start out with introductions and the “All A Tweetie” segment. Then after a discussion about the White House Correspondents Dinner, we move on to the GOP Clown Car update where we recap the best moments of Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum from the 2012 primary race, Mitt Romney talking about student loans, John Boehner discussing the 2012 Presidential race and Jim Hightower on the latest with the GOP Super PACs.  Then after a message from our good friends over at BubbleGenius.com, we then discuss Tony Perkins beating the birth certificate dead horse again as well as an interview with David Axelrod about the impact of the GOP Primary on the general election.  Then we close out the show discussing Rush Limbaugh attacking Sandra Fluke again and the Governor of Mississippi stating that liberals just want to abort children.

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Music on the show:
Alex M – I Believe (DJ THT and Ced Tecknoboy Radio Edit)

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