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Election Tuesday: Mark Debates Todd Feinburg

September 14, 2004

(.mp3 broadcast )
Last Sunday, Mark was a guest of conservative radio talk show host Todd Feinburg on Feinburg’s show. Today Todd returns the favor. Challenge Todd or Mark with your calls this “Election Tuesday.”

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  • Mr. Ooga Booga June 15, 2005 10:27 am

    Bridget–if it isn’t one, one-night-stand it’s another isn’t it?
    Promiscuous Voodoo
    Do the voodoo,
    do the voodoo you do so well,
    do me and I’ll do you;
    we’ll feed each other’s ju-ju.
    We can mutually masturbate our minds;
    you masturbate me and I’ll masturbate you;
    we’ll bring our bodies along for the ride.
    Exorcise your demons with me, and I’ll exorcise mine,
    we’ll ignite the white candle
    and make love by the light of its flickering flame,
    and, when the moment comes upon us,
    we’ll exclaim our passion
    with each other’s name.
    Then we will part
    and never see each other again.

  • Skip September 17, 2004 2:18 pm

    Here’s another quiestion to ask the cons:
    If it is so important to establish “democracy” in Iraq (and the rest of the world), why were the republicans fighting Jimmy Carter tooth and nail when he tried to use the lack/reduction of human rights abuses in a country as a metric for its foreign aid?

  • Mark Levine September 15, 2004 12:51 am

    These were great questions. And I’m sorry I didn’t read them until the show was concluded. I’d like to save them for next Election Tuesday and address them with my Republican guest then. So stay tuned!

  • Mark Levine September 15, 2004 12:50 am

    The archive is up and I have removed the comments related to technical problems. Thank you one and all for letting me know, and again I apologize. Sometimes the problem is so severe it can’t be corrected on air. I’m using a new system and have narrowed the problem down to three possibilities. I will do extensive tests prior to tomorrow’s show.
    If you find problems with this archive or any other, please send an email to [email protected].

  • Skip September 14, 2004 2:39 pm

    Here are some questions for Todd and Mark:
    What is more treasonous, the outing of Valerie Plame or the lack of a response from the DOJ?
    In his farewell address to the nation, should Eisenhower have warned us against the growing military-industrial-media complex instead of just the military-industrial one?
    Is Cheney’s Office of Special Plans (in the Pentagon) the real source of the so-called WMD intelligence?
    In real numbers, how many dead civilian Iraqis is acceptable in establishing a “democracy”.
    Why isn’t Dubya’s name on the PNAC June 3rd 1997 Statement of Principles while that of his younger brother is?
    Should Pat Robertson be charged with terrorism or treason against the US when he publicly suggested that an atomic bomb be placed in the State Department? If I remember correctly, Newt Gingrich made a similar statement. Should Newt be on death row too? A priest was jailed for joking about bombs in an airport.
    Why is the GOP pushing for these paperless election machines while privately asking its own members to vote with absentee ballots?
    What do you now say about the truth of the Swiftboat ads against Kerry?
    I would like to hear some comments on this:
    This declaration was made by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel L. Jackson, America’s senior representative at the 1945 Nuremburg war crimes trials, and the tribunal’s chief prosecutor. “We must make clear to the Germans that the wrong for which their leaders are on trial is not that they lost the war, but that they started it. And we must not allow ourselves to be drawn into a trial of the causes of the war, for our position is that no grievances or policies will justify resort to aggressive war. It is utterly renounced and condemned as an instrument of policy.”
    Please comment on this one:
    Hermann Goering, who became second in command to Hitler, said during the Nuremburg trials: “Of course the people don’t want war. But after all, it’s the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it’s always a simple matter to drag the people along whether it’s a democracy, a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to greater danger.”