Stern Wants Trump to Resign

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Rack

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Stern is in need of attention and he's getting it...don't feed the guy and he goes away until he needs money and then boom...another controversy.
 

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Stern is in need of attention and he's getting it...don't feed the guy and he goes away until he needs money and then boom...another controversy.
Is he coming to the end of that God awful contract (for Sirius shareholders)? Talk about someone who's best days are way behind. That jackass peaked in 2007.
 

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Well I guess Trump will need to resign then. :derp:

Stern is just butt hurt that Bloomberg couldn't buy his way onto the ticket and the Dems have yet another lame duck candidate.
 

Jostate

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A Jewish New Yorker who works in the media industry doesn't like the Republican president?

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marshmo

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I'm kind of on the fence about renewing Howard this December.

He seems to be getting more and more political and his show is not where I go for politics. It's like a musician getting political when all you want is a song.

Interviews and replay of older stuff are what keep me around. Also, Sal and Richard's phony phone calls are gold.
 

CocoCincinnati

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I've come up with a handy flow chart for people when it comes to political talk.

Is the person a celebrity?
Yes--->I don't give a rats ass what they say.
No--->I'll listen to their opinion, if I have the time.
 

StillwaterTownie

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I've come up with a handy flow chart for people when it comes to political talk.

Is the person a celebrity?
Yes--->I don't give a rats ass what they say.
No--->I'll listen to their opinion, if I have the time.
Ah, too bad yes means Trump. At least yes doesn't include Reagan, because he had moved on from being a celebrity to the governor of California.
 

StillwaterTownie

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Since Trump is your president, that would make him a politician wouldn't it?
Nope. Surely, Trump still denies being a politician. But then he lies a lot, or simply believes as true what he is wrongly informed about. Actually, Trump supersedes as a politician. He is just a big act, much bigger than Reagan. America surely deserves better.
 
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