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Thanks Greg our top story tonight give -- Justice Department go too far intervening phone records from the Associated Press.
Some say yes but others say maybe plus for all the latest in the overblown story about the honest mistakes made by the bond hardworking people at the IRS.
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Let's welcome our guests what's -- so hot that Oliver buttons are hot buttons I did and I would brook Goldstein founder of the children's rights institute and director of the law fair project neither of which actually exists.
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Foundation chairman also not sure of that exist and Kansas he's considered lawn furniture it's where -- aside -- Bill -- Bad his mustache holds a Ph.D.
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But a lot of my favorites.
Time I have to say I'm proud and -- everything is also the president other red eyes yeah.
That's the first two.
Long one game of the program still laughing about that DA and a few.
They were seeking to stop the leaking but were they too sweeping with their peeping.
On Monday the Associated Press a journalistic outfit not an exercise.
Rebuild -- the Justice Department secretly seize two months.
Worth of phone records from the phone lines.
The AP call that an unprecedented.
And some former attorney generals have agreed.
That the operation was highly unusual but the DOJ DOJ -- says -- -- was necessary to investigate where -- came from.
A -- that attorney general holder called among the most serious he's ever seen and that quote put the American people at risk.
-- white house Press Secretary Jay Carney can do something.
-- -- -- -- Add something to all the press reports.
He got out of but the news reports.
Yesterday on the road again that we learn about from the press we.
Have seen from the press reports the information about.
Attempts to -- phone records from the Associated Press our information comes only from press reports -- -- you know we had no knowledge of independently of any attempt by the just stormed into.
Subpoena phone records of the Associated Press beyond the press reports that -- Press reports may well at least he can reassure us that the president believes the press should be unfettered.
In its pursuit of investigative journalism.
The president is a strong defender of the First Amendment.
And it firm believer in the need for the press to be unfettered we need.
A the press to be able to be unfettered in its pursuit -- investigative journalism the press to be unfettered the press to be able to pursue.
Unfettered investigative journalism and unfettered ability to pursue investigative journalist and unfettered pressed the need for reporters to be able to.
In an unfettered way pursue investigative -- pursuing an unfettered way investigative journalism.
And be unfettered in that pursuit.
-- the body is bill.
There's something really underrated about being better -- he went to a club downtown and for four hours we were -- I don't think you understand what he's trying to say yeah we have to have an unfettered press if there are birds into the -- yeah.
That is they spend that goes against the very foundations of journalism can imagine all of.
Well that is serious right and I'm bad that we needed -- perhaps he would put the white in the White House in a bad way right.
Com ambassador now that we got that out of the way okay.
Here's the way I -- -- this I don't know this is a scandal are or not I'm not sure it could be a stand.
What happens scandal.
I think -- left should be going nuts over this because they -- they're supposed to go nuts over any kind of trampling the First Amendment.
I should be going next -- you because they're back in that way I can't go and that's because I feel like it would be hypocritical because I like the Patriot Act.
So maybe I'm a weirdo but -- -- I know these guys would chastise bush at the drop a bat so I wanna go after so basically I'm helpless I can't do anything.
Well that's much like the white house on almost any of the scandals we've seen.
This is less of an intrusion and then I think people think we're talking about wiretaps here we're talking about records of who.
What phone number called what other phone number on what date what time for how long and obviously what they're trying to do.
Is find out who called people in the government who had knowledge of the sensitive information was -- and it helps narrow down.
Their investigation now that said I think the impression is this is much too broad that they could've done more narrowly but I think there's -- a more fundamental point here.
The administration has said that it has conducted twice as many prosecutions.
As all of its predecessors put together I don't know whether that's actually not but that's certainly what they're saying.
And you have to ask why do you think this administration cares that much about national security I think the real question would be to look at -- they're prosecuting.
Which weeks they're prosecuting.
-- that they didn't prosecute any of the leaks about the killing of Osama bin Laden guest on and on and on so I'd like to know.
What kind of atmosphere of intimidation is created by the prosecution's -- there ideologically motivated and that is an intelligent answer Brooke.
Does that put people like -- in -- -- who like the Patriot Act that.
Hate liberals it doesn't actually does I mean.
I agree with the ambassador it's not wireless.
High -- warrantless wiretapping.
But it -- same effect it has this.
Chilling effect and I think it's so ironic that this administration is using the excuse of national security to go about doing what is essentially.
-- -- Collecting you know months and months and hundreds of -- to determine.
After the fact -- whether or not they rely on the relevant to put national security that you guys here's some funny I feel yeah I hope that's the people at home aren't hearing that it is a Justice Department -- -- And I actually -- I only got one of those birds and the big question.
-- going to look at -- I know.
In the -- -- that it -- Funny how so can we even if this is a scandal or not a scandal -- to -- -- -- mainstream media getting mad at President Obama.
It's like they're jilted lovers he what's -- supposed to do this to the eap.
Yet and it's it's a little weird I mean initially my my immediate reaction was let's take a look at the left.
Mean why aren't they apoplectic about this this is kind of a huge deal and patient care.
And it really is highly unusual the spectrum the broad spectrum of sort of time.
As well as sort of the unusual way that they went about observing.
All of these numbers -- calls that happening.
And this does come on the heels of something else pretty interesting -- ACLU makes a freedom of information request.
Related to whether or not the federal government has the ability to do these.
Warrantless monitoring of text messaging and of course they get sixteen -- is back that are completely re back.
Court which is I mean this is this is something we should all be concerned about and this is the predictable outcome.
Of a foreign policy.
Which is a domestic policy actually.
Which in which we've sort of given carte Blanche to the federal government to do all kinds of investigations.
With regard to war on terror and it's pretty much boundless in terms of scope.
And in terms of time this is -- pretty big deal and this is it's about the hard cases when it comes to civil liberties we have to care about it even when American lives her -- the rule of law is absolutely important matters -- can be.
Me -- -- said carte Blanche and keep -- English French -- yeah.
Dallas and this is an American show wasn't.
Yeah seize the day right I think the public Clark's -- at a -- when Wal-Mart I was just reading a teleprompter kid doesn't know until you're kind of -- expert on this because you -- constantly you're kind of a -- expert if you well what is your take on this.
Did you see I started off the show.
With one opinion but after listening to all of you good people and trying to change my mind.
The press should be -- -- follow yeah about all -- -- what was Mallard Fillmore the wonderful job in that cartoon was he not a member of the press and did not come with hilarious results and we what I came up -- big -- heard about it up and -- hard as well.
No well maybe that -- that's hilarious.
And Barrymore makes me.
Finnish -- it is and these duck right yes speaks at queen's English smokes a cigar yet acting weird again.
It is -- is that normal did it isn't normal -- -- don't even that -- -- -- enjoyed him I'm not the Sunday page for at least thirty years and that's what -- you'll never gets old does not like capping off days.
All right from -- scandal to yesterday's news the daily stop because this story got hot.
But -- IRS reportedly only added they're targeting -- Tea Party groups because stories started appearing in the press.
Documents show that in March at 2012 top officials including current acting commissioner Stephen Miller who loves -- I get a goal.
Quote discuss concerns with the media attention and the Tea Party applications.
Also other officials in Washington were aware of the agency's abuse.
More than a year before that challenging the -- claim that low level employees of the Cincinnati office were to blame -- late April.
The IRS was cleaning up -- act and it bureaucrat with a title.
Senior technical advisor to -- acting tax exempt and government.
-- division commissioner.
Was sent to Cincinnati not really important to the story just wanted to say is awesome title for more on today's developments let's go live -- -- dog.
-- -- call -- home might get minutes.
What are we talking about this -- yet.
So -- the rest stops started in the tea parties because not because of the actual behavior being bad but because people -- -- them.
Well because of their ideology and and you know this was -- on the New York Times and the guardian all published op -- Calling for the IRS to scrutinize organizations not because.
They allegedly engaged in fraudulent behavior but because their opinions we're different than that of this administration.
And also I find complete appalling is that you have it's not the Islamic Society of North America in Muslim Brotherhood front.
Operating with 501 C three charitable status gives Kara the Council On American Islamic Relations I have -- wanting to set lost it and now.
-- goes about it publicly bills itself as it has didn't make the national Iranian American council.
That just lost a lawsuit because -- -- -- -- lobby group that might be in violation of for a and the administration does not going after these group.
Yet you also left out KYSL.
The Americans -- many.
-- shoelaces and I'm going thank you don't ask now it was the American youth soccer associates well nobody wanted it has happened and what did it YSL growing up I was an Iowa has not -- it really drove these approve I was every year we want.
I was most improved every year that was so bad ambassador.
What is your take on this mess and have you ever been audited for your beliefs well I was audited for the first time in my life in the spring of 2010 so I'd like to know if this isn't coincidental president of red -- we need as it they know.
Headed -- -- that was a bad at this is a huge deal this is a huge deal and it's not that there's necessarily a smoking gun from somebody at the White House saying -- those Tea Party groups there's a culture here.
Who joins the IRS can any libertarians do you think work for the -- -- and they concede that if the president and his top advisors.
The establishment are saying the tea -- bad thing if they can serve up some of these -- -- that's the route to promotions so I think there should be a very extensive congressional investigation of the culture of the tyrants -- I think it's.
Did what scares me real is that it's so beautiful outside in the stories very complicated.
-- little odd but I think the thing is is these -- the people that are gonna run obamacare -- him MI right.
Sure they're the enforcers shirt and I I think what's important here is again it's perception that sort of move them away from the story and it shouldn't surprise anyone that it.
Government organization run by bureaucrats it's completely obsessed with sort of politics and perception and that is what's motivating their actions here they could not take steps.
To stop this activity when they had some idea that it was going on and that's a really huge deal this is this is a perfect example.
How power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
I -- little abuse power Eli makes me think that bureaucracy it's like it's like having the answer key in class in only sharing it with the kids that you like.
That's being -- bureaucrats nobody else if anybody disagrees with you don't like there's kids in class they don't get the answer -- -- you were told about the -- -- the Tea Party.
Back in 1987.
Why did she speak up.
Well twofold one the Tea Party -- exist in its current form man and sue for me to sound the alarm I would also had to convince me and I was able to time travel.
Even to this day Greg.
People do not believe me I can't let it has been a while going 21 -- lots ice it every time -- flux capacitor that -- -- got dish out some time traffic you can -- America by the way if you just look at his hairstyle you know he's from 27.
This is not a -- out of -- what -- yeah.
Coach talk about I don't know but I hated -- this kind of -- yeah.
Today I made that shows significantly -- This title senior technical advisor to be acting tax exempt and government -- division commissioner.
Is that title what's wrong with government about how about.
Administrative assistant to the assistant administrator of the administration have -- that one that was real that's a real title that was real exactly yeah.
Don't knock messed up my dad used to run -- graphics they would live on those business cards to.
That could he does include -- -- -- -- on titles like your dad ran a printing -- -- he goes -- Yeah.
More after six -- -- print jobs of the future I don't know what does he -- -- it is up.
I think that's why that always like he -- was a -- when I went in there.
Before there was run buckled but anyway let's move much Alex we got time for this from internal revenue to a kid's point of view.
Can you can't we pack heat with something sweet he asked the -- Several months ago Milwaukee based second -- aren't they all wrote Joseph Biden with a suggestion for making America safer.
Create guns that shoot chocolate bullets.
With a -- got the surprise of his life which isn't saying much since he's only seven.
When Joseph didn't say now on Monday little miles received a response from the president.
That reads dear miles a fitting intro.
I'm sorry it took me so buried -- -- you latter.
I really like your idea if we had guys that shot chocolate not only would our country be safer it would be happy here yeah jobless.
Good -- night.
Meanwhile there's been a development in another story we've been following tonight.
This goes on for days.
-- and it's the 24 hour channel now all I can be out what's -- the fact that the kid wants these evidences bullets or that Biden has enough free time.
Look like in the first point it's the one that's really bothered me this highlights the crisis in education.
Because chocolate bullets are not safe if there are not a very dangerous you could put someone's eye out yeah it would be very deadly to dogs they -- -- -- -- -- to learn about I don't think really doesn't I don't think Biden ran this by Mayor Bloomberg and I.
-- -- -- It it invisible invisible bullets trump chocolate moments this kid needs yet to be checked -- -- yes what does that mean.
That's an affront when gray yeah I had an abrupt com is should he be responding from letters from grade schoolers -- that beat his official duty.
Yeah I mean why not that he seems very good at it that like it did read this is a joke on -- -- -- I thought the seven year old was the super Smart and he was like you won't Terrell.
How about a bit.
Do you expect a good boy he loved chocolate I mean isn't brilliant.
-- VP -- didn't get it I didn't even see it that way I ambassador -- Liberals simplistic worldview works perfectly when that what it when you're actually corresponded with a -- greater debt it makes his right.
Well you know Joe's -- intellectually but at this point so what could go wrong I don't I -- -- kid -- great kids think like that.
But you shouldn't bill bill you shouldn't indulge a child because and you did he really does think that -- the bullets will work.
I think he's just happy he has a souvenir from our delightful and vice president of problem and I can count -- Republicans had to do their PR campaign.
What you're looking at -- seriously adorable story.
And -- -- response would be is it that's adorable if you make fun of by I didn't do so -- your old and something that.
Hey guys back this is a great story and this is -- the Republicans are locked and loaded region -- up like this is a great -- but I don't like the way he talked to the kid like a -- who was a good look at pure play -- party -- let's get right down to us is this enough to stop Hillary's campaign for the -- -- Kids last name Ben -- You might be honest and open and we got to take a break coming out what are the keys to diplomacy.
Ambassador -- discusses his new book.
I can do really is in my -- buggy did you think title but first.
The city was named to -- a redneck by some stupid real estate company.
I've been -- angry about a story since menu those split up.
Should we take pity on a redneck city but California real estate brokerage firm has -- deadly dead the most redneck city in the country.
Using criteria like the number of NASCAR tracks and wal mart's this Sam detail based company I'm saying that's why I'm from called my body know.
Also tallied the number of -- -- gun stores in country music stations in the percentage of the population who haven't completed high school for their stupid list.
After Atlanta the other -- city's -- Kansas city Oklahoma City Nashville Tulsa Oklahoma.
And as -- sixth place showing Bob Hoskins like I know he's not even -- city -- it's shockingly reaction has not.
-- wholly positive with one commentator on the company's web -- saying quote this is a totally useless -- article -- -- -- possible to believe that not.
Only is someone getting paid for this that it's published at all.
-- -- teaching you yankees manners is like teaching a pig to open a can of soda.
Well I guess you can't.
I thought was even looking.
I was busy ought to be out all right.
I did -- -- this whole think it's -- takes an up.
How do you just arbitrarily names CDs redneck base of the -- On their practice is why don't they just do.
A white what these guys have the balls to do the most urban get out for the most agents suburb what are they knew that.
Because you know the ball signed to pick on rednecks yet to deserve it or something.
Yet I'm pretty sure this cycle real housewives joke buried in your somewhere -- this I'm not Smart enough to figure out this is really really really stupid it is very.
Steve -- by the extent of my contribution to -- I thought it was okay ambassador do you agree in rural Americans -- the last group.
That is still safe to be and make product and are you OK with that because we have a lot of viewers out there there won't eat you up I.
I thought the redneck designation as a compliment I -- they're saying Atlanta is a great place live I was disappointed Oklahoma City didn't win because I think they clearly qualified.
Look that this is the sort of analysis that only on the left coast could you find something to say and -- Hey you know where I am from.
You disgust me I know is it what it is it was Brooke it was so little work.
Who thought it was really cool is probably never been south of San Jose California or even Milpitas for that matter or -- -- Carlos.
I'm just working my way down the peninsula but anyway I think I did it at.
Did -- at all.
There's a -- what I was looking for apartments I discovered there is a lot in New York State.
That made it unlawful for real estate agents to talk about the demographics.
None of the area.
And like he's a total desensitization.
To to making fun of -- people were the only you know safe group.
To make fun of because we're not gonna threaten to kill you -- but.
If it's ridiculous and I -- -- that the same line in California and -- -- right if you weren't just say.
This is -- heavily you know a -- an area heavily populated by Muslims are heavily populated by African Americans.
You'll be outraged and for Jews June yes don't say.
Bill and I'm glad I do -- in the build it.
See yourself at this Emmett Till California really had any right to be making fun of anyone right now.
Well I think Purdue's yes not saying that I'm in pure unadulterated -- for the past forty did yeah.
They had a good job cuts but we're only.
Person not angry about a -- -- percent of finest city.
Is -- -- they all turned lemons in the room giant win this as.
All southern places have done with the redneck games and honey boo boos and the -- dynasties.
They embrace this stuff they don't care.
And I think -- be aware this as a badge of and with that I'll retire to my -- and have my sweet -- and it -- to the -- back -- me.
I ask don't like the fact that they use stuff like NASCAR and Wal-Mart to create the idea of a redneck -- -- I get the press impressive it's a 24 year old of recent graduate.
Who is trying to be funny and did this stupid thing and I just think it's actually kind of negated.
And you know what I'm boycotting San Mateo for another three months about that but -- Tip -- -- shopping center.
Love -- yeah.
Starbucks typical -- shopping center.
And there's still an -- it's such a pretty good place.
Oh the gas and -- yeah -- 48 that's.
Bill that's that's the that's not a gas and zip.
That's about it about my hobo friends after they Afghanistan.
I don't get does it again yes it'd be more than gas and said I have kept coming -- -- -- militant threat iPods is not stopped.
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I -- get any problems so far -- we're gonna TVs and alleviate the -- can't get argument still angry about what.
I don't know I think you know I'm not I'm probably less than detailed -- -- OK I'm just angry time.
Probably get -- that -- are making even anger sorrow.
-- -- -- trivia god -- trivia note period now only important stuff thanks tax.
Yeah justice goes after the Associated Press ambassador you noted that the Obama administration has conducted twice as many prosecutions for -- has all prior administrations combined.
You -- you'd like to see -- ideologically motivated I would say not ideologically motivated but politically motivated.
Where basically it did help the administration they're all for it but if they think it hurts them then they go after.
I think that's entirely possible and that's why when you line them up look at who they have prosecuted.
And -- they haven't my my dad if you can find it pretty interest -- pattern that accepting you know this this that what is -- called the White House.
Press -- if it's.
If they're not lap dogs maybe they ought to look into that many -- like that.
Any -- just with look at the positive -- the -- -- -- all you have to do that affluent.
-- community -- your initial reaction was let's take a look at the left they should be apoplectic over this and they're not actually think for the most part this time they are.
Well yet know a number of them are a number of -- -- but there are certainly folks out there who are making apologies for the administration.
Granted all of the facts aren't out yet we don't know everything we're going to know about this story right.
There are a number of people -- immediate reaction was the start to explain away right what I -- on here I mean -- shirt and groups like think progress immediate matters but -- -- you know why would anyone take insert god -- and I agree and and I think that's probably not even the most important point here there is flat that was my first instinct.
Right that wasn't the right one -- I I accept your apology it -- -- -- on behalf of America I accept your dog wasn't -- better.
Yeah dirty dirty but except I think it's all the time -- 53 we get committed suicide over the.
Brooke I got a question for you.
Attorney general holder says the weeks that it's trying that the Justice Department trying to find in this case put Americans at -- call them like.
Some that most serious weeks he's ever seen in it is 800 years of being a prosecutor.
But the AP and responding to the Department of Justice they say that.
Assuming this whole thing is about the US foiling a plot to bomb an airliner based -- -- Yemen.
They held the story until the government told them that national security concerns had passed.
So what gives here.
Right but but let's give them their argument there's a major national security threat.
There are still rules or regulations but how you can go about collecting information when you have.
The greatest national security -- ever -- Islamist terrorists homegrown radicalization we currently face back.
It has to be narrowly Terrell Taylor Anthony signed up by a judge.
And that person has to be warm they have to be informed and I'm not -- that now.
I guess the Justice Department is claiming that there are special circumstances that they can cut their invoking -- for.
Them but there is it.
Mean that the laws the laws matter admin and not being mom's special circumstances -- very -- anything it was an after the fact aren't.
Clearly there's a provision I don't want to get in the weeds on this there is a provision where they don't have to notify them if they think that that will hurt there are investigation.
I don't think this means there's no remedy I think what happens is if eighteen now can show that the subpoena was -- the procedure wasn't followed it was over brought.
That I think the government is exposed to what's called a bit transaction which is a civil lawsuit for damages for violation of a -- -- rights.
That may come a little late but speaking of having an intimidating effect on future governments I think that could be significant.
Is that every hitter with no bid to -- now.
-- And he try yes can I point out that shows also on the dumbest people on the table but.
-- -- -- I'm minding my own and nodding solemnly which could be construed as Smart yeah.
I don't know about you that's my -- you'll have realized he did that hold.
Standard thing and that's what it also can -- -- another little little trick now when -- -- into.
-- that's -- I don't know and I know I gotta I gotta run I -- -- IRS latest -- -- -- the New York Times in the guardian.
Actually urged the -- to target organizations based on ideology.
I -- by that you mean it.
Or -- that support Israeli policies that the administration doesn't support those -- Among the -- you know -- the the organization every turn but it's also funny how great when they altered.
I forget what it's called they had that warning.
Science and -- alternate language to be those organizations that are advocating.
For content for the constitution.
Right to protect America.
Is you know counter to this administration's policy which in and of itself -- -- it.
Well what do you expect from a socialist Kenyan Muslim no you're fit and fat I mean it.
And I laughed because I know that was just sitting here I usually call a lady -- -- -- -- -- -- Neither the president the I think he's at -- You can million noted that the IRS did not takes steps to stop this when they first had a chance.
But this iris inspector general report came out Tuesday evening -- -- -- -- guess what ineffective management for the problems shocking.
Also nobody involved has been fired one of the people they're promoted.
-- great -- thing was getting and or an award of some kind what probably yes for the hard -- -- exactly you know.
Joseph Biden agrees we should have chocolate bullets.
Greg asked what's worse and I actually I forgot the first thing but the second one was that Biden had time to respond to this yes even vice president dude what -- in the afternoon.
So I -- this is all we should be doing yes exactly.
What -- -- Ambassador thank you for bringing up Mayor Bloomberg because I -- How inappropriate given the obesity crisis that this great nation is facing how irresponsible is it for the vice president of the United States to be promoting chocolate bodes well I think Bloomberg might be -- with small chocolate we'll let you know if they were if they -- small enough not to have those excess calories it might be okay with him but -- didn't even ask gamblers and I'm saying and that's why he should be impeached.
-- I don't know Bloomberg.
I'll settle for either one that the here's the worst part of this story the school's reading specialist who was sitting with the student when when it's -- -- the idea this is what she says she says quote.
He said if we -- chocolate bullets nobody would get hurt and nobody would be sad I'm going to start crying again because she was so insightful.
Yeah not the kids' fault it's the adults -- truly cares what color tablet and a seven year -- yeah.
I think you're limited seven you know now we're now yeah -- angry should ride in all seven girls out there you -- at a regular I think little miles what's his name is probably very adorable and I'm happy.
But we'll get it wrong but -- seven years old.
It's sending a tape of this show and see what he has to say event.
No no excuse I think that would be considered.
-- -- -- -- -- Atlanta's most redneck city in America or something.
The woman at -- -- that companies who wrote the she wrote a blog post on how they did this study.
She's a real -- -- worse she starts out by explaining.
How this -- about she's from Austin, Texas of course which right.
Hey I do what he's doing now India Vietnam vet that.
But then she says which is generally fine except like when you're talking -- foreigners and yep -- where you're from Texas and they say -- like George Bush.
And I love -- yet.
-- -- Ambassador you said he thought the redneck designation was a compliment but again this woman Natalie -- and she says quote now I don't use the term negatively at all.
This is right after she says quote regular people all over the country are surrounded by gun toting cowboy boot wearing country -- -- half.
That you know where the term red -- comes from its.
For the farmers that were out in the sun and their necks got red from from working outside that that is a term frank yeah.
Thank you because -- actually all up my -- to.
I didn't make -- about the hero considered got -- -- But also for designation that's not negative it's really they would use percent of population that didn't complete high school as one -- there -- things.
Anyway Greg I think we should call America to boycott will -- -- I I I agree there should be -- right -- should be our new project I am I'm behind it 100% are also kind of stupid of real estate agency to be doing this stuff.
Okay so -- real estate agency has just basically said.
That in those cities they are not going to have a successful.
Business there because other real estate agencies will point out brilliant work with them they're the ones that call you -- exactly I think this woman just didn't want to have to go to Atlanta I think definitely.
-- -- here is that they have the most embarrassing thing is that an illegitimate not a name I don't know if yeah.
Can change in it and I think -- -- I think she's in Atlanta.
Yeah she may be in Atlanta -- I saw him about a terrible all right coming up is walking for losers.
Brooke Goldstein discusses her new book I strapped internals of my feet and let them do the walking for me -- we have brought.
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It's this story big ally in the talk -- dot org doesn't want you -- hear.
Should they get slapped for exploiting that handicapped.
Well according to the New York Post which is owned by our parent company evil space -- -- New York -- have figured out a way to cut long lines at Disney World.
By hiring disabled people to pose as family.
The so called black market Disney guides Gaza 130 bucks an hour.
Or about a grand per eight hour day I did a map Disney allows anyone who needs a wheelchair -- -- -- -- To bring at this six guess to a special entrance at most rides said one model -- -- -- bound guide.
Through a company called dream tour -- -- that quote.
My daughter waited one minute to get -- to small world the other kids had to wait two and half hours this is how the 1% -- -- -- -- Mike got to -- quote he's just got to end up like.
-- -- Lightning round.
Brooke you're -- -- -- around that how you thought this was a genius idea because you hate children you're awful person.
Why any hire someone to sit in the wheelchair when it just by your own -- -- pretend that -- -- -- -- -- negative -- that's all paying.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't and she took it out loud at -- started because it's hysterical yet these aren't so sad.
It's bizarre and -- that's why I.
Question it whether it's real or not because fight that quote about the persons that that was -- purpose -- when you get perfect quote.
With that would it's not attributed to anybody and it's perfect likes they said that.
-- you know.
-- this -- waited a minute this person which two hours and op that's what that it's just so perfect.
But maybe it's real I could be wrong ambassador.
To what do you make it this is it Disney's fault for making lines so long that people to resort to this kind of craziness well I think one reason to believe the story is not actors do you think the Disney.
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A Tampa restaurant has received bomb threats -- serving lie and -- goes.
Taco fusion my favorite kind of fusion which specializes an exotic meats like Dieter bear zebra and Peruvian pool -- Bravely took the -- -- the menu last week after some -- roar.
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If they're not endangered why should lions get special consideration.
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And related post game wrap up thanks to ambassador as president of red -- do you have any plans to subpoenaed the Obama administration black -- I'd planned to subpoenaed the Associated Press but they got to -- -- -- now I don't know what to do I think red eyed viewers should let me know -- subpoena.
And I read -- viewers let him know.
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Look I hear you -- noted in event in Michigan.
Yes it was an absolute honor to speak to the friends of Israel evangelical group and -- again.
With Judy Shaffer who's president of heroes to heroes which brings injured American.
That's too is -- they have a wonderful rehab program they're next event is it's October the eighth in new York at the park east synagogue.
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