The Jimmy Dore Show: Forget The Lesser Evil

“Forget the lesser evil, and fight for the greater good.” — Jill Stein

Published on Sep 27, 2016
Reviewing Jill Stein’s promises on issues in America, we can see a greater need for a third party that does not have a voice large enough to gain attention.

Jimmy Dore breaks it down.

Part 1 ? https://youtu.be/0o9_8IrQdSg
Part 2 ? https://youtu.be/aXeBrY_DCLU

Subscribe Here ? http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c…

Full audio version of The Jimmy Dore Show on iTunes ? https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-…

Join our community by liking, commenting and sharing to help us reach a wider audience. Keep it positive!

Strong independent media depends on your support. Here’s how to contribute:
? Become a premium member ? http://www.JimmyDoreComedy.com
? Use this Amazon link to do your shopping (Bookmark it!) ? http://www.amazon.com/?tag=comedylink…

Jimmy Dore on Twitter ? https://twitter.com/Jimmy_Dore
Stef Zamorano on Twitter ? https://twitter.com/stefanezamorano
Phone Guest ? Marc Van Landuyt
Produced/Edited by Arno Bolbolian

ABOUT THE JIMMY DORE SHOW:
The Jimmy Dore Show is a hilarious and irreverent take on news, politics and culture featuring Jimmy Dore, a professional stand up comedian, author and podcaster. With over 5 million downloads on iTunes, the show is also broadcast on KPFK stations throughout the country. It is part of the Young Turks Network– the largest online news show in the world.

  1. #1 by Richard Warnick on September 29, 2016 - 3:30 pm

    “People are clamoring for other choices,” says Green Party candidate Jill Stein

    Prior to Monday night’s presidential debate showdown at Hofstra University, Stein had held a “people’s debate” on campus to protest the stringent standards that prevent her from participating in the televised debates.

    “The people’s debate took place before the debate,” Stein said. “And this was essentially a demonstration. It was a gathering with hundreds of supporters who came out to say, ‘This is not OK; this is not acceptable,’ at a time when the establishment candidates are being rejected at unprecedented levels, the most disliked and untrusted candidates for president ever. And people are clamoring for other choices.”

  2. #2 by Larry Bergan on September 29, 2016 - 3:47 pm

    I heard Jimmy Dore’s radio program a couple of years ago. He has some really good impressionist’s that call in. One calls in pretending to be a slightly drunk Tom Brokaw. Hilarious!

    I still have to vote for Hillary. This is just too serious this time.

    • #3 by Richard Warnick on September 29, 2016 - 4:29 pm

      Yeah, but Hillary is guaranteed to get 0 electoral votes out of Utah. Why not vote for Jill Stein and help the Green Party get to 5 percent of the popular vote?

      • #4 by Larry Bergan on September 29, 2016 - 7:07 pm

        Dammit, you don’t know that Richard. I say dammit in a nice way here, but a lot of Utahn’s don’t like Trump. It may be Mitt Romney’s speech, but I like to think it’s because we’re waking up to the Republican hi-jinks. Predictions are nonsense this year, and I don’t think the polls are reflecting the Sanders supporters. There has been talk of a Clinton win for a long time here.

        Did you watch the governor candidates, televised debate, (I’ve posted it here)? The audience is always told to be silent, but they couldn’t help themselves when Weinholtz called Trump a joker at the end of his very tough critique, (just after 40 minutes in). Definitely the applause line of the night. I was bursting with anticipation, as the stage went right to Herbert, who had to explain why he was voting for Trump. Herbert’s been in politics too long, he didn’t even flinch before saying Trump’s name. Herbert has always taken his marching orders from the top. I think his “Healthy Utah” plan is just a way for him to look like he fights for Utahn’s.

      • #5 by Larry Bergan on September 29, 2016 - 7:43 pm

        If you watch the little press conference I posted right after the televised debate, you’ll notice that Weinholtz was asked why he didn’t mention Hillary by name while, very nicely, condemning Trump and he said he didn’t realize he’d done that.

        Might have been a little fib. :)

      • #6 by Richard Warnick on September 30, 2016 - 8:13 am

        I stand by my prediction. OTOH if you are right and Hillary wins Utah, it will be such a landslide for her nationally that she can well afford to let the Green Party have a measly 5 percent.

        It is better to vote for what you want and not get it than to vote for what you don’t want and get it. –Eugene V. Debs

        • #7 by Larry Bergan on September 30, 2016 - 8:55 pm

          You’re forgetting about Mitt Romney, who will have an effect here and probably nowhere else.

          I can’t believe what a nut Gary Johnson has turned out to be. He said we don’t need to worry about global warming, because the sun will eventually envelope the earth anyway. Wow.

          • #8 by Richard Warnick on October 1, 2016 - 12:38 pm

            I’m factoring in Willard and Evan McMullin too. A majority of Utahns will vote for Trump. The reason is they hate Hillary more than they hate Trump, and Trump will appoint right-wingers if he wins.

            There’s an excellent article in the latest issue of High Country News (not online yet). Money quote:

            “Polls show that 56 percent of Utah’s Mormons dislike Trump, but even more are turned off by Clinton, with 84 percent giving her an unfavorable rating in one recent poll.

            Clinton will have a tough time capitalizing on Trump’s weakness in Utah. ‘A lot of Mormons will still vote for Trump,’ says [Sven] Wilson [a long-time Republican], ‘but most will do so holding their noses.’

            Steve Densley, a Salt Lake City-based attorney and registered Republican, calls Trump a ‘vulgar, devious swine,’ but he says he will vote for him nevertheless… ‘We can’t always count on Trump to act like a conservative, but we can count on Hillary to act like a liberal.'”

            Of course we know that Hillary is a Tea-GOPer in disguise, but the Tea-GOPers don’t. President Obama has the same problem, he just can’t get credit for his right-wing policies!

  3. #9 by The DNA tells the tale on October 3, 2016 - 5:09 pm

    You guys are flippin’ high..on crack! This is what’s up..Good luck supporting the psychopathic murderess..lol..It’s a Trump landslide coming..

    http://www.proudcons.com/breaking-julian-assange-releases-proof-hillary-planned-to-have-him-killed/

  4. #11 by Larry Bergan on October 7, 2016 - 5:59 pm

    Very Funny!

(will not be published)


%d bloggers like this: