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September 22, 2010

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This Week on Midweek Politics with David Pakman / September 22nd, 2010

Total Running Time: 60:00

–The iPad for the giveaway is in the studio, and the days until the giveaway are ticking away.

–Midweek Politics is now live streaming and taking phone calls, but it will likely be  a while until the phone lines start lighting up regularly.

–Don’t Ask Don’t Tell is deemed unconstitutional by District Court Judge Virginia Phillips, but the actual Senate vote on repealing DADT is delayed.

–David Pakman’s message to anti-gay activists: You can’t stop gay marriage legalization and DADT repeal. Move on to something else.

–The Hawaii Family Forum is given a $20,741 tax bill for excessive lobbying against gay marriage that overstepped their non-profit status, and we think many churches should have their tax exempt status revoked.

–Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association compares gay sex to domestic terrorism.

–We talk about the recent Lady Gaga video on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and discuss whether recutting her video in a funny way is offensive.

–Cenk Uygur interviews Congresswoman Sharon Cooper, who randomly throws out an underhanded comment at Barney Frank and his partner “or whatever.”

–In a story too good to make up, Bishop Eddie Long, anti-gay activist, is sued to coercing young men into gay sex.

–Producer Louis is thrown under the bus by Aaron on another radio show, and we discuss the attacks that were made.

–The absurd things we know about Christine O’Donnell are expanding exponentially, and we look at some of her greatest hits, as well as her alleged gross misuse of campaign funds for personal expenses, and whether charges will soon be coming down.

–Sarah Palin suggests that Christine O’Donnell speak through Fox News as opposed to the lamestream media, and O’Donnell does that, including in one of the most softball interviews in history with Sean Hannity.

–Former Florida GOP chair Jim Greer admits that the Republican Party is racist.

–A man who burned pages of a Koran on 9/11 is fired from his job at New Jersey Transit, and the ACLU is backing up his right to burn Korans. We discuss if he could be fired, however, for inciting violence through his actions.

–A political ad that Fox News does not want you to see, because it shows Chris Wallace actually making a Republican look bad.

–Fox News claims the New York Times is protecting Imam Rauf, while they protect their major shareholder Prince bin Talal by not mentioning that he is funding the so-called Ground Zero Mosque.

–Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert plan the Rally to Restore Sanity and the March to Keep Fear Alive, respectively.

–Midweek Politics expands to Sweden with a new affiliate.

–Audience emails about  Christine O’Donnell, the recent Orly Taitz interview, Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin charging people to see them speak on 9/11, and more.

–On the bonus show: David’s story about once giving Rush Limbaugh a standing ovation, behind the scenes hijinks with Orly Taitz and Shirley Phelps-Roper, much more.

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