Audio: Susan From Glendale, CA On Rush Limbaugh Show (Updated w/video)

I missed the first part of  this epic call from Susan in “left coast la-la land” California, earlier today.  Her impassioned voice  caught my attention about halfway through. By the end of her rant, I was in tears.

Rush says she speaks for millions…

Take a listen: mfile.akamai.com

And she did it without a teleprompter.

That liberal rogue, David Kahane linked to it on Facebook.

UPDATE:

Here’s the video:

Part one:

Part two:

Part three:

UPDATE II (Jan. 19, 2010):

Linked by Susan in Glendale on Big Journalism, thanks, Susan!

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73 Responses to “Audio: Susan From Glendale, CA On Rush Limbaugh Show (Updated w/video)”

  1. Mal Says:

    What a cretinous rant. I love the smug “didn’t need to use a teleprompter” line – one can easily tell.

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  2. Mal Says:

    25 years of uncritical listening to fatguts’ bile would definitely have to shrink her braincells somewhat. Baseless stupid fear.

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  3. nicedeb Says:

    I love the smug “didn’t need to use a teleprompter” line – one can easily tell.

    Can you?

    You’re gonna pick on a conservative mother of seven from CA, are ya?

    How about our current resident of the Oval Office?

    I know, I know…I’m raaaaaaacist for posting that.

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  4. Sparky Says:

    Mal and all other libtard trolls will quickly slither back under the pile of feces they reside in the year 2010. Anger, push back, back lash..whatever you want to call it, it’s coming baby, 2010.

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  5. geoff Says:

    I love the smug “didn’t need to use a teleprompter” line – one can easily tell.

    I doubt that anything comes easily to Mal. Any specific objections, Mal? Or is it just another substanceless name-calling session?

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  6. JaneLovesJesus Says:

    I loved the teleprompter line :) It is harder than you think to do an unscripted monologue that long.

    Lest anyone doubt that she speaks for many, please note the #1 book on Amazon AND the #1 book on Barnes & Noble …? GOING ROGUE!! And it isn’t out for another 7 weeks.

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  7. the slob Says:

    i heard her this afternoon. I’m going to have to watch it on my rush 24/7 acct tonite & see how Rush was reacting while she was going on.

    I gotta admit – I sounded sorta like her when I was calling all the Blue Dog dems a few months back. Except I didn’t ask respectfully that they stay out of my healthcare business I DEMANDED THEY STAY OUT.

    my son runs upstairs after the 2nd call asking me what’s wrong and who am i yelling at….hahah

    We can’t ask that they do their jobs – we have to DEMAND THEY DO THEIR JOBS. LISTEN TO US.

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  8. JackStraw Says:

    Have you noticed a correlation between Barry’s descent in the polls and clowns like Mal becoming even more shrill and panicky? My favorite part is that these chuckleheads who support failed collectivist policies seem to honestly believe they are somehow intellectually superior and can’t understand why the world constantly rejects them every time their discredited philosophy rears it’s ugly head.

    It would be sad if they weren’t so despicable.

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  9. Mal Says:

    Jackstraw, pseudo-intellectual extraordinaire, I actually don’t care whether Obama’s polls are dropping. I don’t live in your country so it doesn’t bother me – though I wonder if they are dropping because of the white house’s pathetic, namby pamby advocacy of a decent health care system for all US citizens. Further, no ideology could be more discredited than the mad social conservatism that you and your mates here espouse. Failed collectivist policies – which ones are you referring to? Oh and nicedeb? If you are an idiot (and this woman is!) then I’ll call you one – conservative mother of seven (or six) or not. You have no qualms about attacking people (powerful or not) in the most vociferous terms possible. Stop being a hypocrite. You don’t like it? – then don’t have comments on your site.

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  10. geoff Says:

    You don’t like it? – then don’t have comments on your site.

    Well, in the best of all possible worlds, the comments are actually interesting and contribute to the discussion. They’re not normally a forum for pinheads to yell nonsense at the regulars.

    But we’re here for you, Mal. Just tell us what’s bugging you today.

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  11. Mal Says:

    Ah thanks Geoff! Still using O’Reillyspeak I see!

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  12. nicedeb Says:

    Stop being a hypocrite.

    Ah…the new definition of hypocrite…disagreeing with Mal. Thanks for helping us frame the debate.

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  13. geoff Says:

    Ah thanks Geoff! Still using O’Reillyspeak I see!

    Could be. Does he speak like this? I don’t watch any of the pundits, so I’ll have to take your word for it.

    Well, that’s not true – I’m not likely to take your word for anything.

    Still waiting for a specific complaint instead of name-calling.

    And waiting. And waiting. And waiting…

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  14. Mal Says:

    Geoff, I did write that with a smile, mate! I too, am waiting, waiting, waiting for a political argument about policy sans name calling – lost cause I think. Perhaps when you start putting up actual arguments about policy (other than the usual conspiracy theories and name-calling) we might have a shot at it?

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  15. Mal Says:

    “Stop being a hypocrite.

    Ah…the new definition of hypocrite…disagreeing with Mal. Thanks for helping us frame the debate.”

    Do you actually read your own blog, Nicedeb?

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  16. nicedeb Says:

    I write my own blog, and I would never write anything like:

    25 years of uncritical listening to fatguts’ bile would definitely have to shrink her braincells somewhat. Baseless stupid fear.

    about some powerless person.

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  17. geoff Says:

    Perhaps when you start putting up actual arguments about policy, blah, blah, blah

    Sorry, Mal – it’s like you don’t expect me to remember all of your errant past statements. Bring me something concrete, and hopefully at least vaguely related to ND’s post, and if I’m bored enough I’ll talk about it. But your track record is atrocious. As in this thread, where you haven’t made a single point.

    And waiting. And waiting. And waiting…

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  18. Mal Says:

    “Thanks for helping us frame the debate.”

    Debate? You put up some inane conversation from an overpaid shock jock and you think that is adding to some kind of sensible debate? if you didn’t have “libtrolls” or “pinheads” or whatever else silly name you want to call people who disagree with you dropping in to see what you’re having a good old frothing fit about occasionally you wouldn’t have any kind of argument. That would be just too, too boring! On the other hand, perhaps that is what you want?

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  19. geoff Says:

    You put up some inane conversation from an overpaid shock jock

    Still waiting to hear about the inanities. Just sitting here waiting to hear about them. Just waiting…

    It’s funny how libs always use “overpaid” as a pejorative.

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  20. nicedeb Says:

    I sense that you found Susan from Glendale’s passion unnerving. Multiply her by the millions of people in this country who are alarmed by what this administration and the Dems have been doing for the past nine months and you come up with an astounding number of very riled up Americans.

    That’s how I would frame the debate.

    You’re retort will be predictable. We’re all racist cretins who don’t know what’s good for us. We’ve sort of noticed you don’t offer anything here in terms of real debate, Mal.

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  21. Mal Says:

    Ok – let’s look at least at one issue that this woman is talking about – “They are the party of abortion. They are the party of euthanasia. They are trying to wipe out senior citizens who are maybe not as useful to the Democrat National Committee as they should be, we’re not contributing enough to them.”
    1. I understand that under certain circumstances abortion is legal in the US and has been under both Republican and Democratic administrations. So – are Republicans also a party of abortion? If you don’t like the idea get out, pre-select and then elect people who will get rid of it – hopefully not forgetting that those who will no longer have access to abortions may well need tax payer funded programmes to help them. Unless of course you think it is appropriate to throw them to the wolves.
    2. The whole argument regarding euthanasia and senior citizens is a complete lie. A precise reading of any of the bills before your congress or senate would show this to be the case.
    This woman’s rant is precisely that – a frothing foaming rant.

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  22. nicedeb Says:

    Let me help Mal out. She said there were 2 million at the 9/12 rally in DC, having gone herself. No number has been proven, but that number is certainly a high estimation. She used some exaggerations and hyperbole during her rant. Media Matters has probably already sifted through the whole thing to point out her errors.

    I was impressed by her delivery and passion, and felt like she was speaking for many of us- hence the post.

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  23. Mal Says:

    Nicedeb – no I did not find her rant unnerving – I found it stupid. It does not add to serious debate about policy – it’s precisely what Limbaugh trades in – useless, distracting bilge. As to your argument about the millions who support this kind of foolishness masquerading as debate, I point out to you that there any many millions who also do not agree with you. You have an electoral process – instead of carping and making up conspiracies perhaps your time and energy would be better spent aiding those who you agree with in getting elected.

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  24. JackStraw Says:

    >>Jackstraw, pseudo-intellectual extraordinaire, I actually don’t care whether Obama’s polls are dropping

    Of course it bothers you. It’s beyond obvious.

    Liberal doctrinaire is being repudiated around the world. Look at the latest elections in Europe.

    Your idiocy rises up like acne whenever conservatives get lazy or greedy and forget the truth of what built their countries or what put them in office and that’s when your silly 2nd year in college lunacy gets traction.

    Fortunately, it doesn’t take long anymore for those with the least bit of understanding of economics or basic free market sanity to repudiate the idiocy of collectivism in all it’s varied shapes.

    Obama is a one term president, Mal. His ideas, know that they are in the public square, are defining him. Deal with it.

    Moron.

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  25. geoff Says:

    I understand that under certain circumstances abortion is legal in the US and has been under both Republican and Democratic administrations.

    Finally a concrete point!! I doubt that this point could be steeped in more ignorance of American politics. The same is true of Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and the Iraq War. Just because it exists does not mean that a party supports it. The GOP has consistently opposed abortion.

    The whole argument regarding euthanasia and senior citizens is a complete lie.

    That is certainly an extreme interpretation of what is undeniably a truth. The desire to provide the treatments with the highest payoff means that those treatments with lower payoff will be neglected. And that leaves seniors at the end of the queue.

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  26. Mal Says:

    Hyperbole and passion do not an argument make! (hmmm there I go getting all passionate!) Neither do conspiracy theories involving marxist, fascist, nazi, liberal takeovers. If I understand it correctly, yourself and most of the people who post here are happy with the status quo. What then do you say to the tens of millions of americans who are not covered by insurance companies or at risk of being dumped by them? Do you just tell them to go to hell? That’s a fairly nasty brutish conservatism you subscribe to, if that’s the case.

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  27. geoff Says:

    A precise reading of any of the bills before your congress or senate would show this to be the case.

    We’re worried about the implementation, not the text. The bills do not say that treatment will be denied, but that committees will be formed to grade treatments and specify coverage. We’re worried about the committees that the bill creates, not the text of the bill itself.

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  28. Mal Says:

    Geoff, are you telling me that every single member of the GOP has been opposed to abortion since Roe vs Wade – so why hasn’t it been legislated against? I know I might be hard pressed but I reckon I might be able to dig up a couple of pro-choice GOPers.

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  29. geoff Says:

    What then do you say to the tens of millions of americans who are not covered by insurance companies or at risk of being dumped by them?

    1. The number of uninsured Americans has been greatly distorted, to the point of rendering the number useless.

    2. Insurance does not equal health care. Millions of people choose not to have insurance, and simply pay their medical bills as they arise. There’s risk involved, of course, but assuming that risk is their right.

    3. What do you say to those who want insurance but can’t afford it? I say that health care cost issues should be addressed directly, rather than the indirect (and hopelessly optimistic) approaches suggested by the administration. I say that we ought to cover kids up to 18. And then I say: tough darts. Insurance against a catastrophic health condition is not a right.

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  30. geoff Says:

    Geoff, are you telling me that every single member of the GOP has been opposed to abortion since Roe vs Wade – so why hasn’t it been legislated against?

    I don’t even get your point, here. What party in the history of man has every enjoyed 100% support on every issue from every member? Certainly both parties elect people who aren’t completely aligned with all the planks of the party’s platform. That’s how we end up with RINO’s. But the GOP’s platform is quite clear.

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  31. Mal Says:

    Geoff, If you are worried about the implementation – shouldn’t that be what is argued about? Not gross stupidities about euthanasia? What is your worry about the committees? Their composition?

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  32. geoff Says:

    Geoff, If you are worried about the implementation – shouldn’t that be what is argued about? Not gross stupidities about euthanasia?

    Euthanasia is the reductio ad absurdum argument against a federal committee providing ‘guidelines’ for insurance plans and health care choices.

    What is your worry about the committees? Their composition?

    Their power, their agenda, and their propensity to grow.

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  33. Mal Says:

    If the GOP’s platform is clear – why wasn’t abortion proscribed under Reagan or Bush? I agree with you on 100% support on every issue, but these were presidents who had great support from their political colleagues.

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  34. Mal Says:

    “Euthanasia is the reductio ad absurdum argument against a federal committee providing ‘guidelines’ for insurance plans and health care choices.” Certainly is. Absurd, I mean.

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  35. geoff Says:

    why wasn’t abortion proscribed under Reagan or Bush?

    They weren’t even close to having the political cachet to tackle it. Not. Even. Close. Not even close enough to broach it. That’s why we have the balance of powers – the Legislative Branch doesn’t just do whatever the Executive Branch wants. Congress would never have passed an anti-abortion bill, so the Executive Branch never pushed one.

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  36. nicedeb Says:

    Um, Mal…you don’t understand American politics *at all* if you can ask with a straight face if The Republican Party is also a party of abortion.

    I mean if you have such a dull understanding of something that elementary…..we have a LONG way to go with you. Good God.

    Abortion became law through the Supreme Court. The President doesn’t have the power to overturn Roe V Wade.

    The Dems have a pro-abortion plank in their party’s platform, the Repubs have an anti-abortion plankin their party’s platform.

    Dems tend to support euthanasia, Repubs tend to be pro life.

    You don’t know the back-story to the euthanasia fears which are quite legitimate.

    A VA publication “Your Life Your Choices” that was created by some lib group and used during the Bush administration until he found out about it, was brought back by the Obama administration. The pamphlet was characterized by the WSJ, as “The Death Book for Veterans”and encouraged seniors to opt for euthanasia so as not to be a burden to others.

    A Center for Comparative Effectiveness Research has already been set up, creating a bureaucracy through which federal employees could determine whether any treatment is “comparatively effective” for any individual based on the cost, likely success and probably the years left in life.

    The so called death panels was detected in wording in HR3200 that those 65 or older would be required to undergo mandatory end of life counseling…

    Sarah Palin’s well worded hyperbole drew attention to this requirement in the bill, and it was taken out.

    Susan’s rant gave you a composite of what many believe we are dealing with.

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  37. Mal Says:

    Must go – beautiful sunny day outside. Thank you for the civilised argument, Geoff. I do mean that though I know you wouldn’t take my word for anything. Cheers.

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  38. geoff Says:

    Certainly is. Absurd, I mean.

    But not beyond possibility. By “euthanasia,” BTW, it’s likely that she’s referring to the “slow motion euthanasia” mentioned by a Senator, who was criticizing the likelihood of marginalizing seniors under the plan.

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  39. JackStraw Says:

    >>Hyperbole and passion do not an argument make!

    So then I guess you are ready to repudiate the leftist mantra of global warming which is demonstrably false. Right?

    >>If I understand it correctly, yourself and most of the people who post here are happy with the status quo.

    Then you would either be a liar or an idiot. I’m not willing to cast aspersion, I’ll go with both.

    >>What then do you say to the tens of millions of americans who are not covered by insurance companies or at risk of being dumped by them?

    These questions are getting easier. I’d say, study hard, work hard, get a job and pay for your insurance just as you do for everything else in life. That’s what the rest of us did. This is America. The most free country on the planet. Unlike Australia where an Aborigni will never have power, this is a different country. And we don’t need your preaching.

    But you have no right to health insurance just because you are an American anymore than you have a right to auto insurance or a house. You have to work for all of that. And if you don’t like it go to Australia where Malkie will pay for all of that for you.

    >>Do you just tell them to go to hell?

    No, Australia. Aren’t you paying attention?

    >>That’s a fairly nasty brutish conservatism you subscribe to, if that’s the case.

    Conservatism is brutish you ijit. It’s the most egalitarian system ever know.

    Work = earn

    Do nothing = don’t

    Can you be any less informed or uneducated than Mal?

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  40. Mal Says:

    Not yet, though. Nicedeb – “I mean if you have such a dull understanding of something that elementary…..we have a LONG way to go with you. Good God.” This sentence encapsulates everything I said earlier. Insulting hypocrisy.

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  41. nicedeb Says:

    Mal, if you’re gonna come here and be insulting, DO EXPECT to have insults thrown back at you…especially if you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about.

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  42. Mal Says:

    Jackstraw there are thousands upon thousands of scientific articles out there regarding global warming. Nowhere near as many by its opponents. The arguments against have not won the day. You are a wilfully ignorant fool.

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  43. nicedeb Says:

    I am not going to sit here and be Miss manners with someone who started off the thread saying:

    What a cretinous rant.

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  44. Mal Says:

    Nicedeb – I quite enjoy the insults actually – if only because it spurs me on to insult back. I know as much and more about politics as you do, my dear.

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  45. Mal Says:

    By the way – I was referring to the woman on Limbaugh’s show. It was a cretinous rant.

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  46. nicedeb Says:

    Not American politics, apparently.

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  47. Mal Says:

    Well, I’m certainly learning!

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  48. JackStraw Says:

    >>Jackstraw there are thousands upon thousands of scientific articles out there regarding global warming.

    Wow. It must suck to still believe in a religion that has proven to be a fraud.

    But then, you’re a liberal You don’t do shame.

    http://dailypundit.com/?p=36244

    All of your so called scientific data has proved fraudulent. Get ready to reap the whirlwind.

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  49. Mal Says:

    Ah, Jackstraw, what are you on about? The point I was making was the argument is not settled. As yet, though, I’m not going to take the word of a few political pundits and (very) small group of scientists over the vast majority of scientists (no I’m not talking about green political groups), until there is a vastly larger group of scientists arguing that global warming isn’t happening. And what is this whirlwind I’m supposed to reap? Am I going to be put up against the wall and shot? Death to liberals, eh?

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  50. JackStraw Says:

    Mal

    In case you are too stupid (not ignorant, that would imply a lack of information, not the ability to learn) let me make it as clear as I can.

    The hockey stick graph you dopes used to beat anyone into submission who dared to disagree with the religion of global warming is a fraud. The data was cooked. Worse, prophets including algore knew it. The preyed upon morons like you who would repeat their stupidity.

    And now you are left holding your schwanz. algore has his millions in bogus carbon trading. What do you have except a limp schwanz and an enormous case of stupid?

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  51. Mal Says:

    Jackstraw what a fountain of crassness you are. I’ve actually never beaten anybody over the head with a graph! And no amount of dick jokes directed at me are going to convince me that somehow you’ve got it right over most climatologists. Incidentally, aren’t you a little off subject – I thought this thread was about the silly rant above.

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  52. JackStraw Says:

    Mal

    No witty comeback? No attempt to prove that the fact that temperatures around the planet have actually gone down over the last decade is actually indicative of nothing?

    You’re a useful idiot, Mal. You have no idea what you are talking about and you are clearly unable to think for yourself.

    Your own country has a horrendous human rights record as befits a country of criminals and yet you have the audacity to come on here and talk down to us?

    Global warming is a fraud. Anyone with a basic high school understanding of history and physics understands this to be true. I have just given you a link that proves what most of us knew intuitively and now you know as fact. Your side lies when facts don’t substantiate your beliefs.

    Go take care of an aboriginie you ponce twat.

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  53. Mal Says:

    Jackstraw,
    1. Unlike you I’m not a blinkered unquestioning patriot. I am quite aware of my country’s abysmal human rights record, though I doubt whether you are of yours.

    2. So you are saying that you, with your high school diploma, are better qualified to speak on this topic than a climatalogist, geologist etc etc?

    3. “Go take care of an aboriginie you ponce twat.”

    And you don’t think I should talk down to you? Actually Mr Straw I work with Aboriginal people in a small outback town in Australia. I’ve a good mind to speak in terms that they would of you, but I’m mindful of that might well be a little to much for you, so we’ll let that rest.

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  54. JackStraw Says:

    I’m not nice like Deb or geoff, mal. And I don’t like you.

    You’re a dishonest piece of crap. All you do is perpetuate the lies of the left and toss insults. You have never made a substantive argument for your cause because you aren’t smart enough to understand how to twist nonsensical lefty crap into a cogent argument. You are that dumb.

    As long as Deb decides to allow you to spew you garbage, I’m going to pound you every time I see you.

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  55. Mal Says:

    Unlike you, eh Jackstraw. The feelings mutual, by the way. You are an amoral, anti-intellectual dogturd who can’t string two words together without making a fool of himself. Pound away, you dumb bum, I’ll chop you up.

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  56. geoff Says:

    I’ve actually never beaten anybody over the head with a graph!

    I highly recommend it.

    I work with Aboriginal people in a small outback town in Australia.

    I’m sure they would benefit greatly from conservative principles.

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  57. Mal Says:

    Well, actually Geoff in certain other parts of Australia, they have. So much so that the current government kept some of those policies in place in that territory. See – I’m not completely opposed to conservatism – just not the looney conspiracy type. Should I beat Jackstraw over the head with a graph? At the moment I feel like doing it with a tyre iron. Sorry shouldn’t talk violently.

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  58. Sengine Says:

    95% of all Republicans are 100% Democrat and 95% of all Democrats are 100% Communist. With that being said, both parties are equally responsible for the present mess.

    Rush needs to beat up the Repubs more than he does.

    As for the lady, she is absolutely correct in her anger and anyone who disagrees with her needs to go die in a fire because you are part of the problem and you are an enemy to the Constitutional Republic.

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  59. Mal Says:

    “…anyone who disagrees with her needs to go die in a fire because you are part of the problem and you are an enemy to the Constitutional Republic.” Yep that’s right – burn ‘em at the stake! That’s what they deserve, those wicked commies!

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  60. Edward Richardson Says:

    This woman needs to get a blog and Fox, Hannity, Beck, they all need to get her on their shows.

    Wow. Who is she? She has to have a presence on Google showing us who she is.

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  61. We are all Susan from Glendale « Bent Notes Says:

    [...] Nice Deb offers the call in both audio and video versions. [...]

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  62. Mal Says:

    For the benefit of climate change denier Jackstraw and anyone else out there:

    http://www.desmogblog.com/nrc-exonerates-hockey-stick-graph-ending-mann-hunt-by-two-canadian-skeptics

    While this is an old report now (2006), these paragraphs are still relevant:

    The report was done at the request of Representative Sherwood Boehlert, the New York Republican who is chairman of the House Science Committee, who called last November for a review of the 1999 study and related research to clear the air.

    In a statement, Mr. Boehlert, who is retiring at the end of the year, expressed satisfaction with the results, saying, “There is nothing in this report that should raise any doubts about the broad scientific consensus on global climate change — which doesn’t rest primarily on these temperature issues, in any event — or any doubts about whether any paper on the temperature records was legitimate scientific work.”

    Of course, going on his rhetoric, Strawman won’t allow any of this to change his point of view. But then, what would you expect of someone so ignorant.

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  63. Nick in Gettysburg/Auburn Says:

    (Sits watching Mal and Jackstraw go back and forth, his head going left and right like he is watching a tennis match. Takes a bite of popcorn) Hey Deb, do they always go at it like this? This is actually kind of fun.

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  64. JackStraw Says:

    For once, you are right Mal, your report is old. How about you look at something current.

    http://www.climateaudit.org/?p=7168

    Now this hasn’t received a lot of attention, yet, mostly because the liberal press has a hard time ever publishing anything that challenges the lefty religion of global warming but it will get out. The bottom line is that the hockey stick is a lie. The data was cherry picked to prove a theory instead of letting the data prove the truth. Worse, the “scientists” who developed the hockey stick theory that has roped in dopes from Al Gore to you, refused to release all the data for peer review.

    But now it’s out. There is no such thing as man made global warming. The hockey stick is as mythical as your childish tire iron.

    Moron.

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  65. Mal Says:

    The second link I put up was more to the point. A response to the one you’ve just posted – mentions all the rest of the data, not just the “cherry picked” tree ring stuff. You resort to your usual rhetorical strategy of name calling in the absence of any real argument. Climateaudit hasn’t disproven anything yet – a lot more argumentation to go. As realclimate has said: “If he (Steve McIntyre)wants to make a change, he has a clear choice; to continue to play Don Quixote for the peanut gallery or to produce something constructive that is actually worthy of publication.” The peanut gallery – that’s you.

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  66. JackStraw Says:

    Shorter Mal-

    I just got pwned and am trying to find some way to keep pretending the made up theory of man made global warming isn’t a fraud I was dumb enough to believe.

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  68. » Saving Pvt. Treptow: ‘Susan from Glendale’ and the Conservative Jedi Give the GOP a Heart Transplant - Big Journalism Says:

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  69. Jason Says:

    Notice how these socialist Euro-weenies love telling us how crappy and cruel we are, even thought their entire existance is because of how much the USA loves freedom?

    Europe would already be owned and operated by the USSR if it wasn’t for the USA.

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  70. Dan Says:

    Yes, we need less patriotic passion like Susan shows us here, and more intellectual Harvard and Yale grads running up 12 trillion in debt and creating complex methods of gaming the system.

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  71. Susan Swift Says:

    Thank you NiceDeb for preserving my call to Rush and making it available on your website.
    Susan in Glendale

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  72. nicedeb Says:

    You are very welcome. Thank you for expressing the concerns of millions of Americans, so passionately and so eloquently.

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