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05/27/2009

Video: 'Ed,' not grimly: Reasons to believe country, prez will move

by Jeremy Hooper Mike Rogers, Laura Flanders, Sam Stein, and one increasingly out-of-touch Michael Medved.  All this and the bizarre Olson-Boies marriage got some play on tonight's "The Ed Show":

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What a tool Medved is. He once said, flat-out, that he considered heterosexual relationships to be superior to homosexual ones.
If he was any more out-of-touch, he'd be on Pluto.

Posted by: Bill S | May 28, 2009 3:24:14 PM

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