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The Montel Williams Show 

A daily, one hour talk show hosted by Daytime Emmy Award-winner Montel Williams, a highly decorated naval officer, actor and motivational speaker.




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Montel Williams ...  Self - Host / ... 3,602 episodes, 1991-2009


Starting in the same year as Jerry Springer's talk show, Montel Williams aimed for the same audience, although using far less explict tactics to draw in viewers. While trying to remain racy, yet dignified, the show failed by not being as extreme as Springer, but also by not being as serious or relevant as Oprah Winfrey. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Response to your show on 1-29-08 Political candidates
29 January 2008 | by raz8391See all my reviews

I liked your show today. It showed how little the university people have researched the candidates. I was pleased on how many wanted to be active. I don't care if the candidate is a woman, black, white, red or yellow, the important thing is what their plans for the country are. I know you are a vet and hope you understand this, the USA cannot afford another incomplete conflict. We are becoming a saber rattling joke. We haven't really finished anything we've started since WW2. We had trouble convincing our allies to help this time. I'm afraid if we don't finish this one, how will we get help next time? The Koreans showed the world how to beat us and everyone has used it since. Don't wear uniforms and they won't know who to shoot. It's tragic that people will stand by and watch their families erased because they are to cowardly to wear a uniform, but that's what the norm is now. I guess I'm just a simpleton because most of the problems have simple solutions. 1- Immigration, Take away the reason to illegally enter and they won't come. Enforce the laws we have and fine heavily the employers. No jobs, no illegals. 2- The war, Since we started it, finish it. 3- The economy, We have to make something. Good jobs for the masses only come from manufacturers. If we import everything because of price, how do you expect to buy it? The unemployment figures are a joke. They take them from how many are on unemployment benefits. When they run out, it doesn't mean you have a job. 4- Welfare, Limit it to 4 years. Give free education and daycare at universities and trade schools. This way every citizen really has the opportunity to enjoy the American dream. 5- Taxes, take a fixed percent of everybody's income including companies. You make $10.00 a year, you owe $1.00. Maybe then we can actually own something in this country. Now you don't own anything. Oh, you can buy it, pay sales tax on it, but if you don't pay property taxes on it, the government will take it. You don't own your home, car, furniture, or even your dog in some places. We fought for independence from England, but even there they won't take your home from you as long as you live in it. The USA is the best country in the world. I don't think our founding fathers would be happy with the direction it's now on. These are straight answers to problems, they may need some tweeking, but they are solutions. Why can't we get the same from our candidates instead of a dog and pony show. I don't want to elect a thief ( the white house silver). Or a person that wants change without a plan for it. Or a person that pardons criminals(illegals). Or anyone that doesn't have a firm idea on how to repair our problems and still keep our liberties that so many have fought and died for. Candidates, just tell us your plan and let the people decide.

Thanks for your show

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15 September 1991 (USA) See more »

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