Found November 13, 2012 on
Kissing Suzy Kolber:
Jon: WELCOME BACK TO GRUDEN TALK, THE TALK SHOW THAT DISCUSSES THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES OF THE DAY. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, WE HAD AN ELECTION LAST WEEK. BANDLEADER HERM EDWARDS, DID YOU VOTE?
Herm: WHEN YOU REGISTER TO VOTE, YOU’RE ELIGIBLE. BUT I’M NOT REGISTERED.
Jon: WHY AREN’T YOU REGISTERED, HERM? EVEN JERRAMY STEVENS WAS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND HE’S A FELON.
Herm: I GOTTA FOCUS ON COACHING FOOTBALL AND PLAYING STONE COLD JAMS. AIN’T GOT NO TIME FOR POLITICS.
Jon: BUT THIS IS STILL THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. THIS COUNTRY, I CALL IT LEVI STRAUSS BECAUSE THE COLORS DON’T RUN! SPEAKING OF AMERICA, OUR NEXT GUEST IS THE CHAIRMAN OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE, REINCE PRIEBUS. REINCE, HOW THE HECK ARE YA?
Reince: Well, I’ve had better days, Jon, but I’m glad to be here.
Jon: I HEAR YOU BROTHER. DIDN’T WANT TO SHOW MY FACE AFTER THE TUCK RULE GAME. BUT I WENT OUT AND GOT MYSELF TRADED TO A BETTER SITUATION ANYWAY. REINCE, MAYBE YOU SHOULD GET TRADED TO THE DEMOCRATIC PA...
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