Bob Cesca Show

The Bob Cesca Show Presented By 3/7/17

Bob Cesca
Written by Bob Cesca

RELM_buttonThe Human Boil: New show title; Ben Cohen and Kimberley Johnson sit in; Republicans unveil horrible Obamacare replacement; Poor people are screwed; Key Republicans reject healthcare bill; Covering Trump's tweets; Trump lied about Obama and Gitmo detainees; Trump is getting his news from Doocy and Kilmeade; Mark Levin provides Trump's new conspiracy theory; and more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, Harry's Razors, the Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.

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  • Scopedog

    Glad to hear the new show, but dammit, still missing Chez (and always will). But Ben and Kimberley were awesome….can I just add that I’m madly in love in Kimberley (in a totally non-stalker way, of course!)?

    “The human boil”…I’m stealing that from Ben.

  • Brookmyre

    Enjoyed the show even though it was sad to not hear Chez…..

    I have to say I disagree with Ben on calling the GOP healthcare ‘plan’ Trumpcare. You are stuck with Trump for the time being and if the endgame is to have people keep their healthcare, and knowing that Ryan is almost completely out of sync with Trump ideologically, you should hang it around Ryans neck. Its unpopular on both sides of the aisle and if the Democrats can stay on point about the MILLIONS who will lose healthcare so Ryan can give tax breaks to the wealthy at the expense of the countrys most vulnerable, you can hang Ryan and give Trump room to move with a plan more in line with what most of the public wants. Trump throws Ryan and ‘Ryancare’ under the bus and suddenly the speakers job is potentially in play. You may not be able to get rid of Trump but you might get to keep some version of Obamacare AND get rid of Ryan…

  • Zero Dark Thirsty ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Great show great threesome!

    Now I have to say i strongly disagree that kellyanne kneeling on the sofa isn’t a big story.

    1) it was unprofessional, room was full of people (mostly men?) in suits for a signing or some sort of event.. totally unprofessional on so many levels.. it’s like not taking the job the presidency seriously

    2) isn’t see pushing 50?? is that how a middle age woman behaves?

    3) is it lady like? as a woman I’ll answer that.. it was tateless, unladly-like, classless and embarrassing to see.. she was in a dress too.. how fking crass and classless on so many levels

    4) it was the damn oval office! remember when they trashed Obama for the feet on his own desk? .. i’m sorry but i had no problem with that…long legs, sitting there a long time, he’s got to get physically comfy to sit there for long periods.. but she is NOT pres, it’s NOT her office.. it’s the oval ofc of the presidency and beyond disrespectful..

    it was just embarrassing on so many levels to see, as an American and as a woman.. it was disgusting..

    • ranger11

      It was like she was at a slumber party calling or texting her friends.

  • Michael B. Conway

    Levin sounds just Bionic Dan Bidondi.

  • Aynwrong

    As I’ve said yesterday and earlier to today, any sympathy I ever had for Trump’s voters is simply gone. They’ve watched the same unbridled madness thast we have and they’re clearly fine with it as long as it doesn’t hurt them. That is not the sentiment felt and expressed by patriots. They also voted knowingly to harm millions of families just like their families save one feature: SKIN COLOR! I’m all out of fucks to give.

    Mark Levin is a nasally barking dog. Nothing more.

    As far as the fact that Trump is being “advised” by the trained monkeys of Fox & Friends I think Charlie Pierce summed it best. I’m paraphrasing: Trump is the end result of the previous 40 years of Republican politics. Talk radio & Fox defines the current GOP. It makes perfect sense that R voters would vote for such a creature as Trump. The majority of R voters seem to be such creatures.

  • katanahamon

    The “Conway Couch Incident” actually was a big deal in that it exemplified the fact that the R’s have no respect at all for the office and institution of the presidency and government. They will tear down the institutions as fast as they can and as long as they can get away with it.

    Kiss healthcare goodbye.

    What about the abandonment of “the fairness doctrine” as the beginning of this whole debacle, and its reapplication or resumption is the only solution? A “constant stream of lies” will forever govern the “less intelligent” unless there is some kind of return to the truth being told.

  • Badgerite

    I think President POS still has a sad that Obama was, is and will always be a popular and well respected President. And an accomplished one. And of course there was that thing about the size of his inaugural crowd. SAD.

  • leemoder

    Welcome back. And you brought friends!

  • ProudLiberalAlways

    3-D chess in this White House? This idiot would have a life-altering challenge playing a game of Tic Tac Toe. He has no strategy, no actual plans, NOTHING. He’s a Moron!
    I’m really sorry Chez is gone, but I’m very glad you’re back!!