Episode from the podcastQuite Frankly

'9/11 and Hillary's Stools' 9/9/16

Released Saturday, 10th September 2016
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In this episode we start off by doing a little reflection on the upcoming Anniversary of the September 11th attacks, and ask whether or not any of that unity we felt on the ground would even be possible to achieve again in the vicious political environment we’re living in, fifteen years later. On Monday, we will be taking about 12 minutes out of the normal broadcast to watch a short documentary, narrated by Tom Hanks, on the “Boatlift” evacuation of the southern tip of Manhattan; so, we will commemorate the events that changed the world forever by zeroing in on the good people on the ground. When you think about it, it’s always the good people on the ground that has to suffer, isn’t it? The good people on the ground are often the sacrificial lambs in acts of terror, collateral damage in wars they didn’t cause, or pawns in political debates which serve no purpose but to lay down cover fire for the real crooks.

Then we analyze a couple of memes that got us laughing, and then right into #HillarysStools and the rumors that not only can Hillary fall at any time, but her campaign is secretly trying to have the debates be seated so she doesn’t have to stand for hours.

Social Justice College degrees, side comments, and all of the other seasonings that make our nightly discussions so fun…

Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/U3tjhxi5nr8

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