In today's monologue entitled A Bad Weekend for Liberals, Andy points out several things that definitely worked in Mitt Romney's favor this weekend. First, he blasts Obama for saying that business owners owe their success to the government during his speech in Virginia. Anthony Weiner is actually hoping to run for Mayor in NYC. Kerry Kennedy crashes her car while high on drugs. And Jesse Jackson, Jr's mom tells the public he's heartbroken. Andy takes your calls and talks about the low election turnout expected in 2012. Young liberals are less motivated than they were in 2008, which Andy points out could also bode well for conservatives.
Mike Walker of the National Enquirer calls in for his weekly Entertainment Report. Today they cover Tom Cruise's letter to the National Enquirer, Brad Pitt's mother, Mel Gibson gives relationship advice, and Dr. Phil goes berserk! Next, Mercedes Schlapp comes on to discuss the latest in 2012 politics. They talk about Obama's speech in Roanoke, VA, Romney's V.P. picks, and Hillary Clinton gets tomatoes and shoes thrown at her in Egypt. Mercedes points out that perhaps it's time for us to reassess how much aid we give to Egypt, if that's the kind of respect they show to the Secretary of State.
Dr. Larry Rosen joins the show to talk about his book iDisorder. Dr. Rosen is a Psychologist and writes all about the psychological effects of technology in our society. I definitely think I have an iDisorder! I unexplainably have to have my phone in eyesight at all times abd the sheer and utter panic that I feel upon realizing I left my phone at home while driving to work cannot be healthy or normal. Andy takes call on whether or not Joe Paterno's statue on Penn State's campus should be removed. Producer Miranda comes in studio to give the Bizarre News of the day! A crazy lady kills her ex-husband with a pot of boiling water because he cheated, a man pulls a gun on his girlfriend because she broke his bong, and someone spread tacks along the Tour de France Route. I chime in to wrap the show with the Daily Poll.
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