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Options November 4, 2008: Electile Dysfunction '08!

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Artist Track
Bryce  Let the Mighty Eagle Soar   Options
Bruce Haack  American Eagle   Options
Cowsills  Love American Style   Options
Prince  America   Options
Grandmaster Melle Mel And The Furious Five  Freedom   Options
Lee Ranaldo & Guiliani  Drill Baby Drill!   Options
John McCain  Tooth Whistlin'   Options
Negativland  Our National Anthem   Options
John McCain  A Role Model for Women   Options
Shirley Q. Liquor  American National Anthem   Options
Alice Cooper  Elected   Options
John Cougar Mellencamp  R-O-C-K in the USA   Options

Listener comments!

  Tue. 11/4/08 12:04pm Ike:

  Tue. 11/4/08 12:04pm GP:

Dangit Liz..why do have to be on at the same time as JoeB?
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:06pm em2:

Belock will be archived. these special shows ought to be as well
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:08pm GP:

Thank you FMU archivist!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:10pm Liz B.:

Hey everyone, got any polling place stories?
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:11pm GP:

My wife got in in 6 minutes..only 4 other people there about 9:30 this morning..This is in Texas
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:12pm Bad Ronald:

Lines lines lines!!!!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:13pm Vicki:

Wish we could vote today in the UK as well - it affects us too!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:16pm marionfrenchie:

yeah! I wonder how much the result would be affected if everyone in the world got to vote for these elections...
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:17pm Kyle:

No polling place stories for me. I sent in my ballot a few weeks ago.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:17pm Lou:

GP...ditto...texas no lines
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:17pm Hatch:

Obama would win a lot more easily if the world got to vote, that's for sure.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:19pm monica:

just voted here in west chelsea. longest lines i've ever seen for an election in this nabe. obama and mccain cupcakes being sold nearby. for $4 bucks a pop! part of the sugar stimulus package. thanks for being a radio redistributor, liz!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:21pm JCityJensen:

Thank you WFMU for this special broadcast today!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:21pm dictater:

shoot you people crazy I voted weeks ago.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:21pm GP:

I think in Texas we had a TON of people voting early, so they expect the polls to be relatively light..we'll see....I'm going to stop on my way home.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:25pm Hatch:

My Italian neighbor who grew up in Brooklyn doesn't like black people either. Her latest excuse is that world leader's "won't take a black President seriously." But my Italian landlord who actually grew up in Italy loooooves Obama.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:25pm Brian in OR:

I dont think that's right -- a new VP is appointed -- see Gerald Ford.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:25pm ?:

Americas got nothing on Thailand when it comes to elections. We have an ousted ex PM who has been granted refuge status in england because he owns a football team who was replaced in a military qou, who turned out to be so unpopular that he took himself out of office for compromising his political status by doing a cooking show and was replaced by the ousted, hated, hunted former MP's brother in law, by an act of pariliment. thats good fiasco
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:26pm Webhamster Henry:

  Tue. 11/4/08 12:26pm em2:

Ford was appointed because Spiro had been ousted.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:27pm joe the curtain:

  Tue. 11/4/08 12:27pm Bad Ronald:

Man, tailand's got it all!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:29pm Jeff M:

Really. You were born in 1980. That's when I got my first car...
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:29pm Jim:

Nelson Rockefeller was appointed, too.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:29pm dicater:

plus tanks and amred millitai in the streets of BKK for seven months, now thats people power, aka PPP
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:30pm Parq:

Hatch and Liz know elderly Italian dudes in Brooklyn who don't like black guys? Who could have *imagined* such a thing??
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:30pm dicatater:

so was LBJ
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:31pm Brian in OR:

Wiki: "Section 2 of the 25th Amendment provides that "Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress." This would seem to apply when a pres dies and the VP moves up -- there is themn a VP vacancy. The succession Andy was talking about is if P and VP are incapacitated at the same time.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:32pm Listener_T:

The Speaker of the House is only next in line of succession for President if the VP is unable to succeed the President. The VP does NOT move up to the VP spot should the VP replace the President. The President would appoint a VP successor subject to approval of Congress, as happened with Rockefeller.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:33pm Jackson:

I wonder why it wasn't feasible to have the Electile Dysfunction programming be the on-air programming.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:33pm Listener_T:

Sorry that should have been Speaker
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:34pm Bad Ronald:

Can't be foulmouthed?
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:34pm dictater:

who wants it on air, this is uncensored
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:35pm Liz B.:

Thanks for the insight, everyone! Can't believe those $4 cupcakes!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:35pm em2:

thanks, brian and T. I had forgotten about that!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:35pm I need more cowbell!:

I mean... tooth whistlin'
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:36pm Jackson:

The voting machines at my polling place were electronic for the first time, I noticed today.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:38pm liars telling lies:

  Tue. 11/4/08 12:42pm em2:

Damn, that's Claude Denjean!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:43pm em2:

  Tue. 11/4/08 12:45pm dc pat:

ok, see you later.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:46pm ?:

John Tyler: U.S. senator and governor of Virginia

o Millard Fillmore: congressman (chairman of Committee on Ways and Means)

o Andrew Johnson: U.S. senator and governor of Tennessee

o Chester Arthur: Collector of New York customhouse

o Theodore Roosevelt: governor of New York

o Calvin Coolidge: governor of Massachusetts

o Harry Truman: U.S. senator

o Lyndon Johnson: U.S. senator (Senate Majority Leader)

o Gerald Ford: congressman (House Minority Leader)

VPs that took office in case of incapacity
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:48pm dictater:

I loved Ross, he was nutty, he was rich and he was right.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:52pm Jeff M:

We must avoid a holocaust of tooth-whistlin' and winkin'!
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:54pm Gozim in the AM:

Never noticed before what a rip/off of most of Quadrophenia this song is.
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:55pm ?:

its a Pallin-McCain tradition
  Tue. 11/4/08 12:56pm James Carville:

From the War Room! Awesome! I love this song
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:00pm Jeff M:

My profound wish (after an election result which doesn't continue to drag the US and the rest of the world down into the dark ages, of course) is never again to find myself waking up with "The McCain-Palin Tradition" or "George Bush for Our USA" repeating on an endless loop in my head. Damn that Ken!
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:03pm dictater:

Oh no, Im looking forward to the post McCain Palling victory riots. Coast to coast car burnings and white people running for their lifes in the streets, nice...
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:10pm dictater:

Whats so great about this election is that the regular black person (and most whites) wont get a better life, or more representation under Barrak then under McCain or any other candidate, but if he doesnt win the riots will strip every best buy, wal-mart, and rent a center from down town buffalo to the bueatiful streets of Balboa park.
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:21pm ?:

Ken for president!!
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:22pm dictater:

outside the US, it is Hi-Larious
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:35pm ?:

My special american consulor Johnny Holiday, amazing, she is amazing
  Tue. 11/4/08 1:40pm dictater:

I cant believe no one is sending messages, how are we ex-pats supposed to keep our finger on the pulse.
  Tue. 11/4/08 2:03pm ?:

Ken what the fuck, where is every one?
  Tue. 11/4/08 2:25pm Bill S:

Greetings from the "Red" (despite that 47% of us preferred blue in the last election) state of Miss'ssippi
  Tue. 11/4/08 2:36pm listener jon:

DJ Ken,
This might be the worst Obama song...not sure if you can play youtube vids over the air. Hockey Mom for Obama.


Still listening and will all day. Love the stream coming from electile disfunction.
  Tue. 11/4/08 2:46pm listener from finland:

You wanted to hear what people outside of u.s. think of this erecrtion-thingy (spell it rike the japanese do), well hope you vote for the new(er) guy, not the hank mccain...or we'll be fucked...not just you emercans, but all of us :)
  Mon. 11/10/08 12:47pm pat radio:

RTFO! Thanks!
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