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-- -- still it is a Bill O'Reilly in the Miller time segment tonight let's get right to this age of Southern California joining us now from Santa Barbara.
Our millionaire Geraldo on top -- talking about Al Gore and Al-Jazeera and you say.
Boy it must mean you shouldn't get too deep without gore he's a bad guy.
Ethnically speaking -- makes John Edwards looked like sir Thomas More at least Edwards was just don't horn dog.
This guy's an absolute genius internationalization.
Imagine the Rube Goldberg in contraption he is put up inside.
That -- little pea pod he calls his brain case to be allowed to think that he got the vanguard of the green movement can do business.
-- big oil like this how does gore sleep at night it.
Other than you know eating a bag of donuts and -- himself up to an idea of you who would know running up and sugar coma.
He's an MD hack he's such an -- -- I'm surprised he didn't become our president.
And you know at this point I would say -- go seek absolution from Oprah that's all you got left.
When did you and this is a serious question.
When did you decide that he was a bad guy.
Well I hadn't.
I think -- he made this much -- off a heartfelt cause I don't like guys who profit from being a profit.
I think gore was quite frankly in his youth.
Kind the Eloise at the Willard hotel and hotel -- you know in DC is always lived in the wake of his old man he was tranda.
You know carve out on his Sony got his head handed don't when he ran for election -- the people -- -- back he's gonna say Florida.
I'm gonna say it was Tennessee the people who know him best knew that he shouldn't be allowed near that presidency.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Good -- I'm glad he's rich but if he thinks we haven't noticed he's a big -- who's completely full of it I don't know -- couldn't vote.
All right now last -- we had a discussion about welfare recipients a few of them not many a few here in New York.
I really -- at the -- well.
They did -- -- I don't if I can and the work they did -- Freedom of Information Act and it came up with a few people.
Using of their welfare cards and strip joints and gambling places and those places aren't.
-- -- that we brought on Jimmy McMillan who knows the streets to say this go.
Seriously think somebody's walking to a strip club just because they wanna get some of their welfare benefits and then walked out I think -- Well I I I'm a former stripper and are doing you are former -- stripper here in the United States or some other country in the United States and meet former stripper -- and I'll -- a 100% of them -- are welfare recipients well it.
Did you tell these it to strippers -- welfare recipients don't you get in cages they are they they need our money endure because they have someone babysitting their children so do when they get off from work they may help to get money from baton sheet.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- thank god it's only what did you say three or four people in the entire country Dylan and 78 he would not give New York.
Would -- I just read that narrowly Magnum lured that many of our residents -- -- now you're telling me this Ming the merciless cap was a stripper.
He is definitely I got Kelly you look there's woody I'm telling you know this pages to dale lull -- this guy as a stripper.
And I don't -- I had an error and bad -- and his belief systems in front -- the car right mood Sergio who can't spend food stamps and credible on these LA it's the American way this country's going to -- G string in Jordan Iraq.
Think I knew you know load up on board Jim I tell you -- it right I wouldn't say I don't want to get a -- -- is why it is they didn't know -- it's.
Thought his stuff.
Talk about setting up the table on my guy whoa what that cats like 8000 where -- -- -- it at the garden of being -- and I wanted to know is it.
Was it Molly your -- -- -- that you don't well where was I.
I don't know I don't know where he would come up out of his seat at that point much like a Jack -- -- -- Yeah I ordered the -- -- open.
Our -- congress and a new poll.
People prefer cockroaches.
And the actual -- but -- it.
Here's what people refer to congress root him out bad lies go to class to be he's got -- exit threads.
-- -- -- -- -- Eric.
I can understand the headlights -- her coach and I think all of our -- -- forever.
Friends back at the top U kidding hope people -- Ahmad.
That is brutal listen I don't think much of congress that does say they're vulnerable slid perhaps that's good you don't pay.
You know some friend Jimmy stripped of the grand opening -- -- -- -- our.
And professor a now all of -- it.
-- let's face -- congress people aren't the brightest people in the world out of the 535.
There's probably 35 good principled Smart people we -- got up that.
And aspire to the rest of them weren't Smart enough weren't good enough and sports and -- -- -- to musical instrument to be in congress was their last jets having sex.
Guys -- I disagree I think about half of them are our pages and noble but there are only -- -- Now the vote or you have the person out of 3535.
About having one half I -- half lengthwise and sat them down and -- -- is is included -- is not just the house.
People have no regard because they they realize that.
Most soon or many of the represented is on the hill -- all of our first Miller like Jimmy is Jimmy is looking -- while it's not they're not like.
It is to be Billy have you ever seen any real wood cuttings Jimmy stripping a -- off large have not seen anything.
-- has a point in history that would cutting was -- develop enough.
We might be able to -- -- together they kept the sheriff's together during that cold water how horrified they wore -- Jimmy struck.
-- Dennis Miller everybody I'm not responsible.
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