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The clip Amazon Women on the Moon part III from Amazon Women on the Moon (1987) with Joey Travolta, Steve Forrest We now return to our feature... starring Greta Van Zandt and Lyle Talbot. There will be no further interruptions. This looks like the remains of some ancient culture. Steve, I said some things back there that I shouldn't have. Anyway, thanks for saving me from that dinosaur. Forget it. Hey, would you get a load of this joint? This throne is still warm. Where are you going? I forgot somethin' back on the ship. What? I forgot to stay there. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please stand by. We are experiencing techn... I demand that you set us free, Queen Lara. We are on an official mission from the planet Earth. Ha! "Planet Earth. " Is that what you call that pitiful ball hanging in the sky? You wouldn't say that if you saw Jane Russell or the Brooklyn Dodgers. Silence, swine, or you will suffer the same fate as your friend. I intend to file a protest in the death of Blackie! He dared to enter the sacred temple and steal the precious moonstones. But feeding him to giant spiders without the benefit of counsel... is not the way we do things in America. Boy, I never thought I'd be so miserable... surrounded by beautiful dames. Cut the gags, Butch. We're in enough trouble. What's she lookin' at? She acts like she's never seen a man before.
27 Nov 2011
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Greta Van Susteren played a montage of political statements on the sequester. From the video it is clear that the sequester cuts were a product of the White House. It is also clear that Barack Obama continues to get away with a bald-faced lie that the idea was something Congress proposed. Apparently, the Obama-media is still too upset that they weren't allowed to take photos of Obama golfing with Tiger Woods to care that he is clearly lying about the upcoming sequester cuts.
16 Mar 2013
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Sarah Palin Destroys Obama and his "Phony Scandals" on Fox New - 7/26/2013 - Tonight Greta Van Susteren explores why the president is calling the D.C. scandals "phony." In this sneak peek clip of the special, Greta talks to Sarah Palin who exposes that in her 2008 vice presidential run, she was forbidden from talking about Obama's relationships with both Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers, as well as his job experience. "I was not allowed to talk about things like that because those 'elitists,' those who are the brainiacs in the GOP machine, running John McCain's campaign at the time said that the media would eat us alive if we brought up these things." "What that got us, this kind of complacency and self-censoring of a campaign where we weren't allowed to tell the truth about who this candidate was -- Barack Obama -- what it got us was a list of these scandals," Palin charged.
9 Aug 2014
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