Mitt Romney says he loves Michigan because the “trees are the right height”, and we wonder if we even have to write a joke for that.
Benjamin Netanaju has been aching for a war with Iran ever since Israel developed a nuclear weapon, and now he want to attack Iran before they get their own nuke. Benjamin, who like to be referred to as “BeBe”, calls in to call me naive and dismiss Americans concern about war. Thank god he’s funny or else I might not like that guy.
Christians, well it turns out that they are a very, very selective group. Even if you get baptized, call yourself a christian and go to christian church your whole life, chances are if you are a democrat you still are not a Christian. Yes, its true, just ask Franklin Graham, he’s the son of the gifted orator Billy Graham. Well he’s not so gifted and so he needs to slander his political opponents to get attention.
And so does Mr. Integrity himself, race baiter and religious bigot, Rick Santorum. He says he’s “takes pres Obama at his word that he’s a Christian”, but he still likes to pretend that he doesn’t in front of racists.
Rick Santorum’s Sweater Vest is with him 24/7 and knows him inside and out. Well, he also has lots of secrets about what it feels like to be wrapped around Ricks skin, and what its like late at night when Rick is wearing nothing but the vest. The answer just may surprise you, or will it?!
The Rants are top notch this week as Steve Rosenfield breaks down the republican primary dilemma of a having to choose between a guy who can’t win and a guy who nobody likes– that can’t win. Plus Paul Gilmartin stands up for peace in the middle east and against the war mongers in Israel.
Originating from KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, The Jimmy Dore Show is an irreverent and humorous take on today’s headlines and hypocrites. The program skewers politicians as well as the corporate mouthpieces which make up today’s mainstream “news media.” Each and every week, The Jimmy Dore Show provides the unvarnished truth with a twist of funny.
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