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A giant bonanza of polls were turned loose for today's polling & punditry roundup with Greg Dworkin. And Mitt Romney kept the 47% flame alive by making a series of bizarre claims about editing, context, and "debunking," so yeah, we went there again. Also, the UC Davis Pepper Spray cop gets a pass from the District Attorney, leading us to an expansive discussion about the militarization of the police and the use of "non-lethal" weaponry against protestors. Oh, and Republicans in the Senate charge that if it wasn't for the Constitution, they'd totally nail Harry Reid. Stupid Constitution! Repeal Article I!

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  •  Sept 20th Show (0+ / 0-)

    David,

    I'm likely not your median (or even modal) listener.  I'm a male 64 y/o. farmer.

    I thought your show today was the best that you have done to date (I've been listening to the podcasts for 2 weeks).  I always listen to Greg D.'s segment.  And then I continue until I lose interest.  Today I listened to the end, and I wanted more.  The material on police procedure was great.  You were direct, stayed on topic (mostly) and didn't ramble off into (too many) odd directions.  And it was material that you clearly knew and feel deeply about.

    You are getting good at this.

    Thanks

    No, alpacas don't spit at you unless you piss them off.

    by alpaca farmer on Thu Sep 20, 2012 at 07:06:49 PM PDT

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