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Episode #781: Worst People Possible
First Broadcast: 11/20/17
One of the worst people in the world right now is Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for Senate in the upcoming special election in December in Alabama, a man who was apparently so desperate for teenage pussy when he was in his 30's that he allegedly telephoned a high school student to ask her out on a date while she was in trigonometry class, among many other things. Also bad: Trump's administration lifting a ban the importation of elephant parts, despite the fact that elephants are an endangered species, and probably not coincidentally hunted by at least one of his sons. And maybe even worse: The proposed GOP tax bill which would lower taxes on corporations while raising taxes on the 99%, repeal (once again) parts of the Affordable Care Act, tax graduate students' grants as if they were income, and declare personhood for fetuses in an attempt to ban abortions. Can we move on to 2018 already?

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