Sunday, October 21, 2012

This Week with George Stephanopoulos - October 21, 2012

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
Rep. Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL)
Matthew Dowd
Ralph Reed
Greta Van Susteren

Stephanopoulos: Hi Rahm

Emmanuel: hey Stephy

Stephanopoulos: OMG by an incredible
coincidence the race is exactly tied

Emmanuel: sure it is

Stephanopoulos: Romney says Obama
has no vision or plan for the next four years
which I must assume is true

Emmanuel: it isn’t dipshit

Stephanopoulos: what is Obama’s plan

Emmanuel: end the wars, invest in America,
and raise taxes on the obscenely rich

Stephanopoulos: but that’s boring

Emmanuel: shut up twerp

Stephanopoulos: but Obama has been a failure

Emmanuel: the economy was near collapse
and now we’ve added 5 million jobs

Stephanopoulos: but-

Emmanuel: we’re doing medical research
and building airport runways

Stephanopoulos: but-

Emmanuel: Romney will crush the middle class

Stephanopoulos: let’s talk about foreign-

Emmanuel: I will cut you bitch!

Stephanopoulos: President Issa is
worried that the Libyan civil war is
not entirely peaceful place

Emmanuel: Darrell Issa put freedom-loving
Libyans at risk and the people who did this
will be brought to justice 

Stephanopoulos: you mean Obama will go
after the terrorists

Emmanuel: is that what I said

Stephanopoulos: are we going to have
direct talks with Iran?

Emmanuel: when Bush was President
Iran had America isolated and now the
tables have been fucking turned motherfucker

Stephanopoulos: but direct talks-

Emmanuel: Obama’s steady leadership
has crippled Iran’s economy

Stephanopoulos: but what about-

Emmanuel: we need to strengthen our
economy here at home!

Stephanopoulos: thanks for coming Rahm

Emmanuel: screw you punk

Stephanopoulos: welcome Marco - is Rahm right
should we invest in America?

Rubio: no we can’t afford it

Stephanopoulos: too bad

Rubio: Obama has no plan

Stephanopoulos: Axelrod just said he was wants
to invest in infrastructure

Rubio: sure he wants to build bridges
but he has no plan

Stephanopoulos: Isn’t Florida’s progress proof
that Obama is doing a good job

Rubio: no because Obama is crushing the
American economy except in Florida

Steph: so why is the economy growing in Florida

Rubio: imagine if we repealed Obamacare -
then Florida we would be doing really really well!

Stephanopoulos: Obama says Romney has
Romnesia which causes flip-flopping and hypocrisy

Rubio: that’s fine but Obama never talks
about cutting Medicare

Stephanopoulos: does Romney support the
Lilly Ledbetter law - yes or no

Rubio: equal rights only helps trial lawyers
who help people get their rights unlike
corporations who can’t afford fancy lawyers

Stephanopoulos: it appears your earpiece stopped
working when I asked that question about
Lilly Ledbetter and is now suddenly working again

Rubio: mirable dictu!

Stephanopoulos: should we go to war with Iran?

Rubio: Obama hates democracy so Iran’s
leaders are building a nuclear bomb

[ break ]

Stephanopoulos: Obama won the last debate
but of course Mitt Romney still has the momentum

Dowd: no the President still has a slight advantage

Stephanopoulos: no no no stop talking!!

Reed: the second debate is irrelevant
- Romney is still winning

Stephanopoulos: thank you sir!

Susteren: women are turned off by all the fighting

Jones: of course the race is tied

Stephanopoulos: under the Laws of Journalism
it must be

Dowd: yes

Stephanopoulos: independents and women are
turning to Romney

Dowd: women may yet decide this election

Stephanopoulos: incredible

Dowd: this race is just like 2004 when Bush
lost the debates and then fell behind
and came back to win

Reed: yes but in 2004 no American was poor
because Bush had not yet caused a recession

Jones: the good thing about women is that
they can tell when a man is lying to them

Susteren: Obama’s had four years to fix
Bush’s mess - time’s up!

Wasserman: Romney thinks of women as binder-fillers

Susteren: oh well they’ve heard worse

Reed: Mitt Romney has been very clear
on not having a position on the Lilly Ledbetter law

Stephanopoulos: there you have it

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