The Left’s Palin Derangement Syndrome Diagnosed — on The Glazov Gang

This week we are replaying Glazov Gang episodes from our summer season that either sparked intense controversy or received massive interest and feedback. On this Glazov Gang, leftist activist Brandelynn Turner joined Dwight Schultz and Rob Nelson to discuss The Left’s Palin Derangement Syndrome — and mayhem broke out.  All three parts of the three part series, which deal with Romney vs. Obama, are below. Part III is the segment that involves the feud over Palin:

Part I:

Part II:

Part III:

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  • aspacia

    Glazov, "You can check-out anytime you want, but you can never leave" refers to cocaine addition.

    • semus

      I don't see your point. It's a simple sentence "You can check out anytime you want but you can never leave." a friendly way to welcome new people. I'm familiar with the song "Hotel California", I'm not sure it merits any deep analysis.

      • aspacia


        It is a reference to addiction, particularly cocaine. That is, once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic–you can never leave.

  • Mburu

    "This week we are replaying Glazov Gang episodes from our summer season that either sparked "INTENSE CONTROVERSY" or received MASSIVE INTEREST and FEEDBACK"

    i m only seeing one comment so far….so much for "massive interest" for this half-baked productions!

    • aspacia

      Generally, I enjoy Glazov Gang, but seldom comment on it.

  • Shane Williams

    Best show yet!!

  • Karen Fields

    Wow. Great exchanges and debate…..we need more like this!! Brandelynn adds a good controversial element for controversy.

    • semus

      I found Brandelynn sort of bigoted, arrogant, mean and insulting and not in a good way.

      • Karen Fields

        True, you are right, but I think it adds well to the dynamics of the show. Makes me wanna watch again.

  • Kristin L

    Rob and Dwight were right on when talking about public unions in part 1!!! I love this show. I wish there were more like this on mainstream tv. (But there's no way that is ever going to happen)

    • Karen Fields

      I agree Kristin!!