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The Jimmy Dore Show 7-6-12

The Jimmy Dore Show july 6, 2012

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This Week:

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HAPPY 4th of JULY! Steve Rosenfield starts us off by reminding us that even though our fate is in the hands of largely corrupt sociopaths, America is still the greatest country in the world! (as far as we know, we really don’t know much about other countries)

He's a large man.

Bill Oreilly , Mitt Romney and Chris Christie are on the phone and all  sit in and comment  on this weeks show!

Darell Issa is sure that Eric Holder has been giving guns to criminals to use in Mexico so that they can then pass gun laws in the United States.  Do you follow that ? Me neither. And even though his theory has been debunked by Forbes magazine,  he still hopes people don’t notice that he’s heading a political witch-hunt that amounts to nothing.

MIss USA: Hookers show how strong women can be!

Plus Miss USA contest happened, and yes there still is a Miss USA contest.  The new Miss USA thinks “Pretty Woman”  is a great example of movies that show woman in a positive light, and yes we make fun of it.

Look who's back, it's three time Emmy Award Winner David Feldman!

David Feldman, the prodigal son of the Jimmy Dore Show, is back and treats us to much hilarity.

With Frank Conniff, David Feldman, Stef Zamorano, Mike MacRae, Steve Rosenfield.

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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Yo Jimmy,
I would love to do one of your shows at Flappers.
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Hope u r well bro!
Randy Kagan

It is very true that college in America is too expensive, in order for me to amass the same amount of student loans (government backed in Finland) as the sister of our Texan exchange student did for one degree I’d have to study for 46 years and 7 months, that would work out well if I could do that as I’d be in retirement age when I got out.