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This Week on Midweek Politics with David Pakman / March 17th, 2010

Total Running Time: 60:00

MP3 Podcast: Available with entire Midweek Politics Archive for Members

This Week’s Topics:

–Congressman Joe Sestak (D-PA) joins us live to discuss his campaign to replace Senator Arlen Specter as Senator from Pennsylvania, healthcare, his job offer from the Obama administration to get him off the campaign trail, and more.

–Mike McHugh, Christian homeschooling advocate and marketing director for joins us live to discuss why a Christian homeschooling education is his preferred method, and it gets heated with David Pakman when discussing whether an education based around Jesus is a good idea.

–The hilarious but creepy Vatican gay sex scandal continues, this time with gay prostitution transcripts, and it becomes clear that the Catholic Church is morally bankrupt and irresponsible.

–The Chief Exorcist of the Catholic Church explains that the devil getting into the Vatican is a contributing factor to the incessant pedophilia and immoral practices of church members.

–Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and his history of off-color remarks.

–The Eric Massa scandal, including Massa massages, groping and tickling male staffers, refusing to address his sexual orientation, and more.

–Glenn Beck thinks the government is trying to increase slavery through the 2010 census.

–JD Hayworth compares gay marriage to bestiality, but cannot seem to understand that animals are unable to sign marriage contracts.

–Republicans are drumming up support to put Ronald Reagan’s face on the 50 dollar bill, an example of conservative obsession with idolizing Ronald Reagan in much the same way they criticize the perception of Barack Obama in the same light.

–A GOP fundraising guide is found, and it includes funny suggestions about raising money through the use of fear, tchochkes, and ego-driven appeals, as well as much more.

–Rush Limbaugh says that if the proposed healthcare reform is passed, he would go to Costa Rica for medical procedures, a country that has the same nationalized healthcare that Limbaugh is so strongly against.

–Congressman Patrick Kennedy gets himself all wound up in on the floor of the House with regard to media coverage of politics.

–Audience emails, including angry and positive emails about the recent interview with Shirley Phelps-Roper of the God Hates Fags Westboro Baptist Church.

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