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Tonight's show thanks Greg our top story tonight the White House announces that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Joseph cards and I have will not be tried as an enemy combatant.
Our all star panel will discuss the fallout from this decision including -- possible impeachment of President Obama.
Plus -- the search for the worst pulled ever written come to an end some say yes but others say yes.
And finally Reese Witherspoon arrested for disorderly conduct at Atlanta meaning high now assume the role of America's -- Greg you always -- America's sweetheart.
But not officially until now not officially not actually knock -- the columns on the excellent congratulations I could go away let's welcome my -- Six deaths that Wesley -- -- -- sweats Earl -- its author and political commentator image in Lloyd Webber latest of his public what are diaries.
Police are sharp he could probably complete this sentence aids daily caller senior editor Jamie wants -- he's -- the -- -- -- VE book of the lizard king.
It's my -- -- sidekick -- salt as repulsive as ever.
Andy has more knowledge in his pinky -- I have in my whole bomb.
Sitting right next to me John Bolton former US ambassador to the UN and Fox News contributor is also the president of red -- congratulations on that.
-- before are we -- the first story.
Let's start with something a little light in the reason why I always love Fox News channel's Mike Tobin because he doesn't take any -- Check him out during this live shot.
Ten seconds later the second explosion goes up according to the FBI.
At the location where he dropped its -- of that where he dropped to the where he dropped his knapsack -- I think we needed a little levity there.
And that is sad that was an amazing he didn't even he didn't stop the BJ's did -- that's why we love you Tobin.
Dead and the kids in bed one week after the Boston Marathon bombing that surviving suspect is lying in the hospital in serious condition a gunshot wound to the net.
On Monday the White House announced that Joseph how are AKA human garbage.
Will not be tried as an enemy combatant in response to calls -- GOP lawmakers to consider that option for Intel.
Here's Jay Carney.
He will not be treated as an enemy combatant we will prosecute this terrorists through our civilian system of justice under US law.
The United States citizens cannot be tried not tried rather in military commissions.
All right can I see that -- -- -- thing again all right nevermind but a leading Republican senator says there's a legal option to declared Joseph -- AK.
Face an enemy combatant.
Under the law of war there is no right to legal counsel.
When your being questioned for national security purposes so I hope the -- -- administration.
-- I'll allow us that option exist in our law and they have a very bad track record here.
All right I see Mike -- again.
Ten seconds later the second explosion goes up according to the FBI.
At the location where he dropped his -- of -- where he dropped the where he dropped his knapsack shepherd.
That's the only bright spot in this -- ambassador okay is -- a mistake.
Not to label him a combatant can't we still interrogate -- yes look there's a fundamental conceptual choice that has been made here by the -- treat.
The these criminals -- is through the criminal justice system or you treat them as enemy combatants.
And it's because there to fundamentally different.
Things at work if you think they're simply like.
I jumped up case -- bank robbery brand it's for the criminal justice system if you think this is part of an ongoing war against the United States.
It's completely different paradigm and tried to mix the two together which many people do.
That hurts us both in criminal law enforcement and in the war against terror and yet in effect and the fact is we know that terror creates a new battlefield which is up at marathons whether this -- this is a key point many people have said but you know America's not the battlefield it's somewhere overseas.
The finish line of the Boston Marathon look a lot like a battlefield in the past the cops who face these guys have as they tried to flee the Boston area the terrorists -- made the whole world to battlefield we we didn't want that but they have made it that -- yet I mean the fact is because they don't have a stated they don't have.
An actual army.
What they do is they recruit an army in the United States so that it's a different kind of war yet yet the fact is we have lots of precedents in this country going back to Abraham Lincoln at least.
Who presided over the killing of a 100000 American citizens on American -- without the slightest bit of due process -- even the presumption of innocence even though they were.
Traitors to the country that that is the fact -- it doesn't mean that the president can act with unlimited authority he has to act.
Within the constraints of his commander in chief with -- Imagine what you make of this -- is going to be convicted no matter what so why not -- -- like an enemy combatant and get the information.
I'm I guess I have mr.
Monty view of America forgive me I just got my green color red -- to get that that's what you what I mean it's not.
FD audio anything to fair's fair yourself things can get back they take -- -- then the terrorists win.
And if you compromise dual core democratic bodies in America -- -- liberty equality for old and that terrorists win.
Why can't Roscoe is on the by putting an enemy combatant and he's going to get prosecuted in the -- -- chemicals and accept -- that red -- of doing so I think having.
-- -- -- the right more than fifty Tyrus being since nine elevenths would -- it.
Good way and then you upload your brilliance -- bodies is.
America what do you -- -- do you buy that it's it's compromising values -- that we do it out of fear or is there actual practical reason why we called an -- -- to get information about -- I think -- -- have a practical reason but actually there was a corollary to FDR's Davies and there's nothing to give of yourself unless -- Japanese citizens in America.
States over -- an intern -- to this point until the war is over.
Yeah I don't compared to that but I I think that the the number one goal this point is to make sure there's not an ongoing threat to the United States from terrorists abroad might be may or may not be connected to this.
My understanding is that you can interrogate.
You can can can I make an enemy combatants interrogate them and cannot use what you get from that in their trial I don't think it's necessary and right that we plenty of evidence and then allow a civilian trial that take place but we should try to make sure that we know what's going on.
I think one alternative I think is having a Mike Tobin buildings -- yeah.
I think I think he'd probably be the most -- that was incredible -- it but it's.
I just president say it may be his heart and target is nineteen -- -- -- going to be interrogated annually by the high value detainee interrogation group.
-- -- -- I think -- I think that not I don't know where he's been read my husband does -- -- he's -- and I got.
They tried it he couldn't even see it only -- -- -- -- -- and -- -- intelligence information you want from a guy like this takes weeks and months to get -- somebody and I'm not talking about enhanced interrogation unit name.
They should've taken this guy to Guantanamo Bay.
Playing looked at that right Caribbean sun for awhile and then he would've started for me.
-- I want to get to build first question I wanted to go to this Lindsey Graham talking about how the right FBI didn't know that -- -- Milan went on a six month overseas trip because.
Well his name was misspelled.
He went over to Russia.
But apparently when he got on the Aeroflot plane they misspelled his name so it never went into the system that he actually went to Russia.
They'll see your way you this happened -- all the time consults with a T cells without a.
Yes this is enabled you to travel almost everywhere it's I looked -- its console that enabled me to -- solely on the funds Snooki might be -- I -- distant related Charles and -- -- -- out.
It was a -- just got to the -- that talking points.
He could have gone to any one of his beloved Sunday shows these are solid track Lindsey Graham -- -- more Sunday shows they insult import music -- -- -- the Sunday shows.
But he had to keep going into the classic thing a lot of content conservatives do which is -- -- -- talk about much -- constitution and laws and gets in the way of some inaccuracy about enemy combatants in this act and -- and he doesn't.
Did he did just that what does it.
How the constitution -- -- -- this Supreme Court as recently as 2004 work has said that it's perfectly permissible to declare an American citizen.
An enemy combat if -- -- Al-Qaeda and those guys had some -- -- other Muslims name in Chechnya if it's even that.
And there is -- -- -- Supreme Court decision it's as you can challenge the designation so the president can't.
With complete unlimited discretion name and it made you an enemy combatant he should be fun I at least politically.
That could big -- there I don't know -- -- -- -- oppose the.
Kind of that I think the middle ground approach here is that.
You have to try to military tribunals you can you neighborhood enemy combatant to interrogate him under the provision that anything you gain from that will not be used against him in the right the victim doesn't look like we need that in economic body of evidence but what we -- we can be used in front of foil plots that are -- -- still out there protects against the United States -- Is he can't top what we did have a 148 hours with pen and not even all that something -- frankly didn't really need more than 48 hours for -- -- -- I guess that's.
The little idea how.
How did you get.
I -- you questioner ambassador -- what can people that we're talking to avoid.
Well I think I think he's probably end.
Some kind of bad condition.
You got like -- -- I think you're only allowed a certain amount of time in there it's look it's a limited exception I'm sure what they were asking him was do you have.
Other people who cooperated in this are there other people out -- that's what the public safety exemption to reading -- rules for -- to prevent a possible imminent.
Example further violence.
And from his condition being what was I don't think they got very much -- and if they had it would have been in the indictment if before we go to what can I am.
I take a look at Mike -- one more time and place.
I'll just stared quietly at the viewers waiting for you -- -- that -- ten seconds later the second explosion goes up according to the FBI.
At the location where he dropped its place of death where he dropped -- the where he dropped his knapsack shepherd.
Please don't do that.
I love that all right.
I want to move on and talk about terror tots as I call them that it's people expressing sympathy.
For Joseph hair -- his name is or point -- are -- to conspiracy theories that show he might be innocent.
First separate the fine folks on social media who started the -- -- -- tag these freaks include ran in 88 teenage girls who think -- -- -- hot.
But I'm mostly info wars linking conspiracy nut bags led by twenty year old alleged rapper -- -- alleged rappers 99% of them.
Aren't really that good.
Try cross late.
Who -- things like.
I will be -- posting a video that shows the eight year old boy.
That was sent to die -- explosion but yet he gets up and walks away -- well.
That's from may not on the tweet also.
-- bombs are huge how the hell can they fit in.
WT -- -- cross the truth.
By far the best and by best I mean worst terror tots.
Is musicians last -- Amanda Palmer the former Dresden Dolls singer compose a poem for the terrorists.
And really the only way to do it justice is to hear excerpts of it as read about the -- -- robots.
Please you don't know how to stop picking -- your fingers -- You don't know how little you've been paying attention until it looked down your legs again you don't know how many times you can say you're coming.
Until they just stop believing you you don't know how our -- make the act of taking a handful of oxygen in his until -- hold your hand under the water in.
You don't know how many Vietnamese soft -- to order.
Yes in any -- rolls -- -- a little bit more.
You don't know how precious your iPhone battery time -- Until you hunting in the bottom of demand.
You don't know how to get away from the parents who.
What you don't know how it's possible to feel total compassion and -- moment and total disconnection and the next moment.
You don't know how things could change so incredibly fast.
And you don't know how to make something must -- instructions.
Are on the Internet and what you don't know how to make sense of this massive train.
I might actually made it worse so I'm not sure Jamie are these people does not jobs or just something deeper going on here are -- need.
Black she's not deeper it's probably less deep I need to feel important or special what I think there is a need there but -- Remember live in the greatest country in the world but there is a segment of the population who are just insane you often find them and comment sections you know unfortunately this segment.
Most of them subscribe to their leader -- this Alex Jones figure this crazy radio host who likes to think that these things happen because there's some diabolical plot by our government to do this or that.
So they they think that everything happens is done by the American government to do you know -- some crazy mission yeah I just hope I don't but I think he's he he stops that's tough because it's making him a lot of money.
I don't think he actually believes in it because a lot of it's crazy image -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah well I never heard this woman and I wish I'd never had never heard of the -- but but I think we you know when you look at the tail end of the bell curve there are people who do this sort of thing and all I can say is I agree with -- it shows the greatness of American society.
That she'll be able to commit sin by writing another poem yes that's you know bill you -- write poetry to mainly about fun things and doing stuff.
As I don't -- -- -- Vietnamese not crawl is afflicted.
Yeah I want -- and what how do you have sort out how would you grade her on her overall.
Style still -- -- -- doubt that they had been a long time since I had took English.
And robotics -- little gravity and you leave that we have not arrived at.
It was just I you don't know fill in the blank over and over and over again and -- think you could the better she needed more time.
But it came out -- -- -- -- really did it was at its bit painful anti look forward to not reading more of her work.
By the way you know it's really probably.
Most upset about this right now as -- North Korean president.
You know what happened it.
Any -- -- has he done anything since this is probably and screaming threats that no one's paying attention yeah or -- up to escalate that -- -- -- has since moved into -- -- and you have to get some attention to that night.
I predict -- -- -- -- every backpack trigger fears of attack.
US officials and counterterrorism experts say the Boston bombings have exposed the limits -- -- heightened security in the wake of 9/11.
As the Washington Post reports it's impractical if not impossible to defend against small scale plots carried out by unknowns relying on devices made from common ingredients -- targeting public gatherings when journalist.
Who has reported on how societies react to terrorism says.
Who will -- to a new era.
The -- of the -- -- the era of these suspicious package that was named my bar.
Well you know obviously under the slogan -- see something say something but I think that's honored theoretically by most people and train stations are hard ball games are marathons I think we're moving into the a new error.
Actually -- the I call the -- of the suspicious package.
Which is who moved from now on and we're gonna see this over and over again when you do see something at the next marathon somebody leaves -- -- -- it's gonna.
-- -- response that didn't happen before.
I was I was saying before -- -- -- that was the name of my game are that I never opened next to the mosque suspicious packages.
Anyway but that's the story not for here or now -- ambassador what should we do should we never leave the house quietly -- under our -- I'm strongly considering that.
Outlook and and this goes to what I think is that is the basic mistake of the notion that we have to worry -- -- suspicious packages.
And -- constantly defensive mode if if that's the way we perform if we just increased searches -- airport start searches it train stations.
But we will always be vulnerable and I think in in this Boston tragedy we have to look.
At the international implications and I don't buy the argument that they were just radicalized yes the -- I want to know.
Where the money came from I want to know where -- international support was why the elder brother went back to Russia.
Will we should be continuing to take the battle to the terrorists overseas the best defense is a good options.
If you see something say something -- but just expect to pay.
Says one in twenty million -- studies are saying that an American is going to be killed by terrorist attack one in five million -- an American is going to be killed by lightning and won in 191000.
Shots and an American is going to be killed by car accident yeah.
So yes of course we have all these things we'll have to live on life's not I can't I'm not -- -- at least -- Bombed by the IRA you know these threats all the time we just thought on the things so on at some levels -- common -- -- got his drank more.
This this is all true but I guess the real threat is that if they use weapons of mass destruction those numbers go up exponentially and that is the real -- that -- that they team up over the state -- get a weapon of mass destruction exploded in a city.
So I think that threat is serious and really -- that if the numbers don't seem to show right now because -- -- me and.
And significantly in the days of the IRA terrorism Britain has led by Margaret Thatcher and we are led by Barack Obama.
I don't really get a record so far.
Yeah well five dead in Massachusetts and four Americans killed and then -- all unanswered at this point that's the signal to the terrorist.
That it's open season I -- So far that's a great record don't want anyone dead those of the realities of a war on terrorism I -- he's done a great job defending this country so I can't I have never understood that argument.
Well it's that the question is stability in the Middle East where the Arab Spring has turned badly wrong.
The loss of how -- influence in Iraq but because of the policies -- he's pursued.
The withdrawal from Iraq to withdraw from Afghanistan the unwillingness to take on the war on -- the unwillingness to go after.
Countries like Iran and North Korea they're pursuing weapons and -- If -- most Americans are gonna say I want out of Barack I want out of Afghanistan.
And I don't see what the negative repercussion.
I got to wrap this up because scintillating conversation ladies and gentlemen coming up what's the best way to settle disputes with other UN diplomats ambassador Paul discusses his new book grow a mustache like this -- call me what apparently is a jerk but.
-- tough talk but first.
Whether it's grown stronger than -- movement now but Elliott somebody -- options.
-- harassment stop for a Carrot Top cops.
But the New York police department has sent an anti bias message to sergeants and lieutenants.
Warning -- that red heads are people too hard to believe and must not be discriminated against.
The New York Post reports that no lawsuit has ever been filed against the city but officials claim.
Sick claim alleging unfair treatment over ginger locks would be supported by law which stars bias against employees based on race -- -- Sandra.
Red heads would be included in that criteria since they're found in higher numbers within Britain in Ireland that.
Since cops say they've been ridiculed for their -- color but a lot and added he enjoyed.
The good natured jabs we asked -- -- head to can't comment.
-- How can you.
Make fun of that you know you can't.
You can't aren't.
What you said your version of can't -- kids.
Had this hatred of red heads -- -- as you call them that it's it's originated in England I live there you guys are brutal to -- -- Customer you've got pronunciation -- -- -- yeah yeah.
And that kind of wells got hit nation.
-- -- has yet -- I am threatened.
Now they get kind of bay lightning he told her voice to go see Pomona -- right sting has -- back -- -- -- yet.
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She -- red -- it turns -- -- moved in next to me involved.
Hello because they blacks of its new deal something in the senate no -- for the game is also a flat and that's.
Let down not even greater glass started to serve you and LT the reason there's a bunch of in Ireland and England because that's the only climate vacant land at -- -- -- -- -- to be a puddle.
Ambassador I know that you've been following story for years.
-- Well since I'm that mostly Scottish and my my mother always used to say my hair was not read it was all burn wood who's much more distinguished than I had yet.
I have to say I feel a certain sympathy for them.
Because they are discriminated against that now I understand it's because it's appeared to -- I knew.
They don't know what the thing is isn't it it Jamie isn't -- simply more about hazing.
I sun -- -- like you make fun of somebody just because.
Abraham I've never heard of anyone being like brutally it's.
Oppressed because it him.
-- -- we're not in full yeah.
Minnesota I saw a guy and I'm so if you're in a bar and their debut with the red -- friend.
All this and as people get drunk or they just are focusing their hatred hung them like.
One is that -- snack okay -- The UK got here in the they had gotten it here's my prediction.
If America and I don't think we'll look at America becomes a second rate country historians will try to pinpoint the date that began to happen.
And -- this directive that bit critical hate hit hit maronite I have on the records I -- red hat's.
I love them.
And I think that she's she's represented -- already -- everywhere exactly.
I think mark -- and brown oh definitely -- -- actual bomb just went.
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-- and I have won't be handled as an enemy combatant ambassador -- there's a fundamental decision need to be made here whether we treat these criminals and criminal justice system or in the military system.
Is it Jay Carney right though didn't congress and -- 2012 national defense authorization act specifically exempt US citizens from being treated as enemy combatants -- specifically precluded them from being tried in military commissions and and in fact.
I think that was a mistake but it was not constitutionally required and I think the most important thing now is whether we're gonna get information from this guy or whether or not and given -- -- administration's decision.
-- inserting into the criminal justice system I think the odds are not a certainty that the odds are he's never gonna say anything again other than a few things -- may want to say.
To turn his trial into a PR.
-- -- -- -- -- -- I'm not entirely sure ambassador's right I think they did specifically preclude us from treating US citizens as enemy combatants know and I know -- pretty well Lindsey Graham was the author of that division and of course the past few days he's been expressly saying he wants.
Turn entry does that make them.
-- Not very impressed us when to grant immunity because.
Is out of this -- I get another try here yeah.
Our image that you mention that.
Criminal court system has an excellent record of prosecuting terrorists and in fact your right federal courts -- convicted almost 500 individuals on terrorism related charges since not a lot.
Yeah that is besides this behind us little people of great CD research for cancer and they just really not -- -- -- arm and the Dana.
I thought on how to that's -- we can't -- house and get married but not days you can at least pretend that you looked into the stories for us is that Ali actually the ninth day did but this is a specific thing I -- -- -- but not to -- Carey night on Hannity and I don't I don't really when I debate and -- -- Will not argue with that -- Jamie meets you mentioned treating.
Him as an enemy combatant at first even though it could be used in court.
And he's had to do that if we don't really -- confession.
True but the same thing could be done as it appears it was done by invoking the public safety.
These -- general only for 48 hours my understanding after thirty -- a -- and a threat I think you have a longer period time that companies to get him in the front got to.
I would I just I.
I guess ambassador the deal is you'd want him treated as it do you would you want him tried as an enemy combatant or just treated as one and then eventually not.
Now looking the issue that designation as an enemy combatants not about what kind of crowd giving -- to Maureen as a Prisoner of War and if you look at the Geneva convention on prisoners of war they can be held.
For the duration of the hostilities you don't.
You don't try prisoners of war what they're guilty is being at war with you so you hold them until the war's over.
Out this war may go -- for a long time in which case -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Guantanamo -- may be -- a long -- isn't -- -- -- -- Okay so we have we have tried some of the people who -- in gitmo.
Yes well those are the the military commissions have been applied to the foreigners that we haven't read now.
But it would trying them for terrorism which is something worse than being an enemy soldier -- we have an American I get my.
Yeah we've had several would -- -- but I don't I think they would have been put through the military commission system.
I had this legislation not intervened did we end up letting them go.
We let a lot of -- go and it's a big mistakes and some of them came back to the battlefield in Afghanistan and elsewhere from Africa.
I -- government Tim McVeigh was tried in the federal court system and now he did.
And felt no need for me mutilating a language I don't I'm OK with trying in the federal courts.
Well don't look at the hang out a second there are some American terrorists who are not enemy combatant McVeigh was one of them you've got to make a decision in each case.
-- -- -- and the -- A radical jihadist connection.
I think justifies naming him an enemy combatant now.
He has the right as the Supreme Court is said to challenge that it's not a matter unfettered.
Executive branch discretion current program.
Catalyst yeah I -- you guys find out who knows -- Always happy to get other people's opinions ambassador Zalmay if we urge strikes -- yes I would of their that he truly is -- legally blonde.
This is one of many reasons -- America's.
If you truly walk the line I don't think.
Keeping in the basement.
Terrorist idiots Jamie said -- done these people that a segment of the population is just insane which -- is obviously true.
They're -- it didn't take a look at the free Joseph are -- -- our hash tag.
It's actually a lot of people on they're making fun.
Bash -- so that's at least that's sort of get disheartening and makes you believe in American Media.
Essential -- you believe a little lesson Twitter.
Greg I think Amanda Palmer did that annoyed a lot of people when she raised a whole lot of money on kick started -- make an album and go on tour.
Then she went on tour and she asked local musicians in various cities to play with her for free.
I knew there was something weird about it -- Yeah.
But the best thing about this whole thing is that she was getting bashed by liberals pretty hard -- -- she can't.
Sit there and play the whole though right wing nut jobs are coming after me thing.
I like the -- she's dealing with this it's like oh my god you Natalie said -- a conversation it's like -- homeless guy.
Taking a dump in the middle of the street going well he said raised concerned about creating a traffic -- -- he did.
All -- she's now she's not writing the column is not about just part of the poem is about every one.
We all gel.
Because we've all who has not been trapped on a boat when -- arrival battery dies yes that's it.
Stop everything you mentioned that and England where you lived through bombs and bomb -- for a long time that you just got on with it.
Yes and yeah I'm not sure why Jeffrey Goldberg thinks we're moving into this era this is suspicious package because -- I think we've been there since 9/11.
And but -- to your point.
As New Yorkers remember after that failed Times Square bombing there were like for days after right there of these reports -- packages times where was evacuated.
And then eventually we just got on with it.
And the reason I -- -- it's just -- -- that -- Giuliani said on this last week just basically you know what happened in Boston is a tragedy.
And -- -- when he talks about this lesson here.
And I don't.
Bob yeah I'm not I'm kidding.
That's only because he won't come on the -- yeah I'm still mad at him -- -- yeah -- come on the show Greg whatever you want then you -- minutes take what -- you because I have escorted out of the office again.
His Giuliani didn't see me doing that than the track.
And they really recognizes you from this we.
-- -- -- -- -- You did that.
Yeah all -- -- mr.
tough guy afraid to come on ran yeah that.
Yeah I went and did the five on Saturday.
Lose because like you -- -- -- a hard question there.
And -- -- city police told not really nothing I can add to that stuff but usually police told not to distributed intranet and cops couple points energy -- -- -- you would -- engineers -- -- Gaynor yes I have -- -- -- both the how can I -- -- is getting out of the way and maybe that's just me time and ambassador is -- your hair used to -- Auburn.
That's not my mother said -- must be true elegant look not not the mustache.
That used to be Auburn didn't really that was a while back while I can't picture that -- IBC called the red stripe.
-- -- -- -- -- How is this discriminates against -- -- -- as possible in a group filled with irishman.
I don't did you think it was this was a joke I I just I don't.
I'd like I'd get half of New York City cops have to be Irish right now I think there's so many quotas now for so many other favored minorities that red heads have been squeezed out so that so that you have you have to have positive.
Discrimination and allow the red heads to get back in -- and I finished at that.
I just -- Jamie shame on you for saying that if America becomes a second rate country it'll be because of -- Yeah so they're gonna go all out because -- horrible horrible they should be ashamed -- an apology to rented everywhere so I didn't associate myself with earmarks and -- we are out of time -- have to go.
All right thank you Annie Edison -- -- I hope that doesn't show what's the blog out of context.
But someone should -- that -- up and coming up like a river -- surely to the seat darling so it goes some things are meant to be.
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Lightning round image and there's bit of an online movement to get his job back should they rehire him.
Is the definition.
Of the British Tom.
Not picked it which means finished and in come to -- and yet the -- says -- I -- get his job back is he's actually now more famous and had at it would have been witness to her because he was taken field last.
Yes by the -- as we went and we actually looked it is real which no one would have looked that if he was is working in Bismarck but we looked out and yes it's -- -- You see you look at the real what we don't it's of course we aren't allowed to show.
Right we can show that we can't show his pride -- -- yeah.
Or is tired of sports names badly.
I this well or -- I would do I refuse to work lives and it's also why fox won't have you on any -- so iPod.
Tell -- they won't believe they were -- bad yeah.
You as Maria well let's -- look at -- -- -- united is what happens when you -- and state where there's more people and news station and actually watching.
It's North Dakota and you get what you pay for.
But you know what that's -- you got to start at small markets and move up that's how you make here.
Make your name ambassador clearly he wasn't ready -- over for that for airs at the states and small.
Throwing him into the fire like that well no I don't think so I mean look at Barack Obama who has caught on microphone with Sarkozy betting on prime minister Netanyahu that tottering the president -- did you have a rush explaining how he's gonna sell us out once he gets reelected.
You know if you get fired for bloopers on a microphone you don't realize is like why is this matter presence.
A way to bring it back to call -- -- -- could teach him a way to not -- Eagles I don't.
-- -- has ever that's.
Jamie we have the advantage here not being a live show should people who -- up on my TV get and when when we screw up while we -- and he was edited out.
Well I think this is -- the funny season ever seen as the world's worst -- first impression and it looks like his last impression.
I think -- -- -- kept them just because I think it would work well I want some brownie points but afraid I don't know where you go from here how far much farther down beyond Bismarck, North Dakota is there about to be for the minor -- I don't know but you know I gotta say.
We yeah I he'd kill myself -- Andy cannot talk because no actually he was -- we were on our first month on -- read I was seen as what we is.
That is the one thing they did notices that he -- hit the wrong camera and people but I think -- -- -- a -- as a joke initially I -- -- -- -- can't -- It says that had been -- -- -- that I just let -- when he said when economies is so you're from the city as what you see how things -- done it but his dad used to how things are done and that -- Adams coach he's brilliant question I don't think anybody's -- kid growing -- -- keep docket -- answered I don't West Virginia is on he's got he can't.
He was right I think he was trying to say that like you -- I'm and I'm I came from a big city and -- in this coming Illinois Virginia -- exactly that they didn't and now he's.
Got a lot of -- -- plus now is how does have a job ladies and this mark.
When winds of -- Kobe and they oil and Michigan worked an oil field that's surely they'll make more money isn't the fracking -- this is the best thing you know perhaps attracting capital yeah.
They would call it something else.
I got that -- about when to talk about something I swear also -- joy and hate Amanda Palmer says it's their favorite spot.
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Reese Witherspoon and that's a real name has apologized for her behavior which led to her arrest Friday night in Atlanta.
The actress was jailed still cute for disorderly conduct for refusing -- cops orders to stay in her car.
While her husband was on the right was taking -- sobriety test after getting pulled over drunk driving is bad people who according to the police report that one point yes the officer of course do you know my name.
When he said he did not she allegedly told him you're about to find out who I am.
On Monday she released a statement saying quote I clearly had one drink too many and am deeply embarrassed about the things and said.
She is still America's sweetheart for apologizing ambassador.
As president of the Reese Witherspoon fan club.
This must be a troubling moment for you who.
I can't tell you must know her well I know clueless now when I say it's I'm tired of bad reading or seeing Lindsay Lohan yes -- he's Witherspoon what are the other names of these others don't they have anything else to do apparently not against -- -- -- say they'll put what are the best movies ever election.
The great film image and yeah I have you ever tried -- do you know I am when you've been arrested for many things.
-- but I would I have done is that people that he seemed too good to be truthful with and race for the Spain.
-- and TV generation award in 2011 and stood up and said.
Basically I'm amazing is like being good and never had any mug shots and made it -- down and he does have the wells I saw this old body but right now except right taking half because she's been cool town.
He had eating glass houses and shot -- how does that go again.
What are people glass does this is not walk around naked yes or should they walk around naked I -- -- The naked yes.
Jamie accuracy you've seen all of -- films and how will this affect her next movie at the box office they'll do as well as the others but I think this.
Is it troubling example of American hypocrisy.
You know the Boston bomber Lindsey Graham goes on television says we should consider trying him as an enemy combatant.
But he's seeing a single senator suggests that vision try this is there's been president of the Tibetan that is I don't think so that is the strangest and most bizarre -- -- ever heard you can go to you -- it is -- -- -- from Hollywood I am the real careers when Ryan and luckily the -- rightfully be -- That morrow hello gang action and a half days that he looks Robert you always have a good bad guy yeah baby yeah the bad guy he would like the bad boy bad I would like bad boys -- -- 55 now isn't.
I think so -- these guys look not -- today's.
How come you don't young -- and I don't use -- pictures taken.
The thing that makes me mad about -- well there's a lot of things but.
There's only one time when you -- America's sweetheart whenever beyond I'm and I'm drunk and that was it seems like no I got that -- to many his music is coming like.
Do you know why that's the only time it's better to be drunk and -- that is your excuse.
I think she was completely sober and then in the bothers me is -- amendments in about fifty.
I and -- have not been taken out we've got the Internet we know you did it -- taken out next movie and they will forget about the what movie there were a couple early on had to but you intentions no.
What happened she did have a lesbian scene in that yeah -- yeah finish Indiana.
And oh yes.
We did yesterday it can probably in that area there's about three movies you can look about -- live.
I've learned so much -- just do my nose ambassador that was for you since they -- volatile.
I think I a you know if I weren't closing that would oppose him wrap up from TVs it really -- it was -- just -- -- -- comes -- tonight.
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I think years from now we're gonna look back and be ashamed of how we use network solutions -- -- there.
Years from now have to go back and as -- he's -- reruns of leave it yeah that's that's exactly.
What we're probably have to do have high tide Kelly -- -- one mustang got that.
What's going on any -- and for you what what I wanted to do well -- the show.
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