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September 15, 2010

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This Week on Midweek Politics with David Pakman / September 15th, 2010

Total Running Time: 60:00

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–NOTE: David and Louis misstated Christine O’Donnell’s opponent as Mike Pence, when in reality they were referring to Mike Castle…embarrassing mistake!

–Orly Taitz, birther, lawyer, dentist, and real estate agent joins us to catch up about where the birther movement is today, how she is defending herself from the Obama supporters who have acted out against her, and much more.

–Clips from our recent interview with Shirley Phelps-Roper, all of which is on our YouTube channel.

–Primary results, including Charlie Rangel, Christine O’Donnell beating Mike Pence, Rick Lazio’s defeat, and much more.

–Will Christine O’Donnell’s win save the Delaware Senate election for Mike Castle? Is O’Donnell a cross between Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh, without the political skills? Are the Republicans moving to the kooky right with the promise of Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell and Rand Paul?

–DC Mayor Adrian Fenty loses his re-election bid to City Council Chairman Adrian Gray, and we discuss why and why now.

–Will the Fox News channell-majority-sharedholder-funded mosque be a factor moving towards the general election in November?

–Phil Davidson, Republican candidate for Stark County Treasurer in Ohio gives one of the funniest campaign speeches in history, and we check it out along with the many song parodies coming out daily as a result of the comedic goldmine.

–Chris Young, Democratic candidate for Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, proposes to his girlfriend during a debate, sings along with a tape recorder during an interview, and answers questions that were not asked during an MSNBC interview in what might be even funnier than Phil Davidson.

–Is the fact that people paid money to hear Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin speak on 9/11 an indication that terrorist have won? Did we expect to see “9/11” and “tickets are available” in the same sentence?

–Of all the pertinent and important issues still hanging in the balance after 9/11, including catching Osama bin Laden, the effect on the families of victims, and more, Mike Huckabee decides to cover what happened to the Ground Zero cross on his 9/11 special.

–Right wingers are finally making the connection between media rhetoric and real life violence, but not n the most logical way, referring only to the Discovery Channel hostage situation.

–John McCain tells Chris Wallace that not renewing the Bush tax cuts for the right would be class warfare, and we agree that there is class warfare going on, but not the type McCain and many others refer to. We look at real wages and wealth inequality starting before the Great Depression and figure out exactly where the class warfare is going on.

–New station airing Midweek Politics in Oregon, audience emails about Midweek Politics and religion, bias on Midweek Politics, Hitler being Jewish, the Jan Brewer meltdown, and more.

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