Cenk and Michael Shure tackle “Romney politics” and figure out what has Democrats so obsessed with telling the truth. And why is the Obama campaign jumping on the Big Bird bandwagon? Is that a winning strategy? Then Cenk digs into The New York Times’ latest on a “cancer lobby” trying to block a report on the harmfulness of carcinogens. Plus, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein talks to Cenk about campaigning.
Cenk interviews Dr. Jill Stein, the Green Party’s candidate for president, about her progressive platform. “Instead of bailing out the banks, we should be breaking them up,” Stein says. watch video
Cenk talks to Zach Carter, who co-wrote an investigation into Bain & Co.’s consulting work for tobacco companies in the U.S. — and in what was considered, in 1992, a very open market in Russia. watch video
Cenk breaks down the newest polls, some of which continue to show strong numbers for Mitt Romney in the wake of his strong debate performance. watch video
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