Rush Limbaugh, Name-Calling and Double Standards — on The Glazov Gang

On this week’s Glazov Gang, a heated exchange transpired over Rush Limbaugh, Name-Calling and Double Standards. Our three guests were: Jim Tooey, actor and producer, Evan Sayet, America’s #1 conservative comedian, and Sonja Schmidt, playwright and conservative political pundit. Part II of this three-part series is below. To see Part I, click here. To see Part III, click here.

  • Bamaguje

    What is America turning into when sexually loose women shamelessly demand in public that others pay for their immoral lifestyle?

  • Mikidiki

    This shambles gives a whole new meaning to 'Ho Ho Ho'

  • denis

    No Canadian family has ever went bankrupt because of a catastrophic accident or illness such as cancer. Many American families have. The cost in Canada- higher personal taxes. One of the problems with Canadian medicine is long queues for some treatments or specialized service which is the reason SOME people from Canada seek medical treatment in the USA. The cost of treatment in the USA is ten to thirty times higher than in Canada but if you can pay you can get prompt medical help which is terrific. If Americans were willing to pay a 3% tax on services goods- excluding food a universal health plan is financially feasible to all Americans as everyone would be paying a share of the costs. At the present time the USA medical care system is ranked 37 in the world, Canada is ranked at 30 and NUMBER ONE is FRANCE. Wonder what they are doing that they rank at #1.

    • mrbean

      Read the Frazer Institute report on waiting lists and the availabilty of specialists, MRI and CT scan machines and the fact that every province is now allowing limited private health care with the exception of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Why do so many people from all over the world come to the United States for Cancer treatment and elective surgeries. Why do the best and the brightest Canadian doctors after residency and nurses head south and Canada imports foreign doctors and nurse whose training is questionable at best. Oh yes you cannot sue the government in almost all cases for medical malpractice either.

  • tagalog

    Nice decolletage, Sonja!

  • DionPuckett

    Especially in the area of medical malpractice, it is very important to research the specialties of the prospective attorney not only because of the fact that the laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but also because effective representation requires knowledge of the technical medical aspects of the law. Thus a criminal attorney cannot just take on a malpractice case without proper preparation, and similarly, a New Jersey malpractice lawyer has a different experience and knowledge base than a medical malpractice lawyer does.