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Uncle Jay Explains: Oct. 18, 2010

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Uncle Jay Explains: Oct. 18, 2010

33 victims have been saved in the Chilean mine!   But oh, who will save all those victims in the Congressional House?  They don’t even WANT to be pulled out.  Uncle Jay explains!

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5 Responses to “Uncle Jay Explains: Oct. 18, 2010”

  1. Jay Says:

    I see that the president travels around to different cities to help out his buddies campaigns. However, who is paying for him to travel around the country in airforce 1? If it is us the taxpayers. I would love for someone to ask him that question. What gives him the right to use our tax money to travel the country when he is supposed to be working for us.

  2. Pat Says:

    Congratulations on your daughter’s wedding, Uncle Jay. I bet you were the life of the party!

  3. kathy Says:

    THX for your great news Uncle Jay. Funny stuff.

  4. Laura Wilson Says:

    Uncle Jay! Why is there a banner at the top of your screen for American Crossroads – a “new kind of nonprofit political organization dedicated to … limited government, free enterprise and a strong national defense.” I may have to quit subscribing to your videos and rip up my Uncle Jay T-shirt! Make it stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And it’s not so effective to make fun of the political ads when YOU RUN THEM on your own site! Last weeks video showed an ad for Art Robinson for Congress (or somebody else depending on what part of the country you live in) above it. Auuuuggghhhh!!!!!!!!!!!

    Uncle Jay replies:
    Art Robinson is running for Congress in Oregon, about 2,000 miles from Uncle Jay but in the state where you live, Laura. Google Ads generates the ads on Uncle Jay’s site based on the site’s content (news and politics) combined with the web-use history of your computer. Different people in different places see different ads. This is all your fault! Auuuuuggghhhh!!!!!!!

  5. Bob Cornelius Says:

    Uncle Jay, on your Oct 18th edition you state that the miners [in Chile] lasted 2 weeks. I believe that period of time was in fact a bit longer.
    Love your videos.


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